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Fifth census of Canada, 1911.

Canada. Dominion Bureau of Statistics.

Fifth census of Canada, 1911.

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Published by J. de L. Taché, Printer to the King in Ottawa .
Written in English

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  • Canada -- Census, 1911

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    LC ClassificationsHA741 1911
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    Open LibraryOL17339442M

    - NOTE: Could not locate her in the Census of Canada. - Census: On June 2, , An widowed, was living at 20 Dufferin St, Sault Ste. Maria, Ontario with her youngest children: daughter La single, book keeper, son Ir Hoistman, son Ashley 12 and daughter Florence NOTE: The transcription of this document Alt Name: Annie Irwin. This is, indeed, the book that I so longed for, in those far-off days when I wandered, heart hungry in the woods. ERNEST THOMPSON SETON, Chief Scout. Headquarters Boy Scouts of America, Fifth Avenue, New York City. June 1, {xiii} CONTENTS. A surname can mean many things to different people. In my search to find out the meaning of my surname I discovered its meaning varied from England to Scotland. Here is what I have found. To the English Firth means living on or near scrubland, wood, woodland, or forest. The middle English meaning of Firth is an estuary or wide valley. P.H. Reaney in his book A Dictionary of English Surn.


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Using the age category makes Canada look relatively good since older children were more likely.