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Re: Grand Mother

Posted: 12 Nov 2012 3:33PM GMT
Classification: Query
I had trouble finding them on 1901 but here they are.

1901 census Bruce Mines Algoma

PERRY
Philip, 34, 24 July 1866, England, immigrated 1884, miner
Sarah J, 32, 15 July 1868, Ont
Harriet, 12,1 Mar 1889, Ont
John, 10, 28 Feb 1891, Ont
Philip Chs, 12 June 1893, Ont
Sarah Jane, 5 Oct 1899, Ont

They were transcribed under the name PERCY. I sent in a correction.

Harriet died 8 July 1901, burned to death.
A Mabel Mitchell, aged 8 also burned to death 8 July 1901.
Sarah Jane Perry was informant for both.

Found this marriage before but didn't know if it was Philp and Sarah or not but am pretty sure that it is.

Philip Charles Perry,22, b England, living Michipocoten, miner, s/o William & AMelia Perry, married Sarah Jane Ericks, 20, b Canada, living Michipocoten, d/o Thomas and Ann Jane Ericks, 11 May 1887 at Port Arthur.

The name Ericks sound like Horricks.

1891 census Mountain, Vancouver BC
PERRY
Philip, 25, England, miner
J Sarah, 22, Ont
Harriet, 2, Ont
J William, 2/12, BC

Annie Jane Perry, b 11 Feb 1888 Thunder Bay, d/o Philp C Perry and Sarah Jane Herricks.
Annie Jane Perry died 3 April 1888 of convulsions. Thunder Bay.

Philip Charles was b Northfield BC 12 June 1893 re BC Vital Stats.

WW1 Attestation Papers for Philip Charles Perry, b Vancouver BC 12 June 1893, steelworker.
Next of kin: Father Philip Charles Perry of Johannesburg Transvall South Africa.
Signed up Sault Ste Marie 4 April 1916.
# 755081
He was 5'8", fair complexion, black hair, gray eyes.

No record of John William in the war.
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J_miceli71 12 Nov 2012 4:10PM GMT 
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