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Subject: Re: [CAN-ONT-YORK] MONKMAN looking for obit
Date: Sat, 21 Nov 2009 03:42:22 +0000
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See: for the 1911 Canada Census at Ontario / Bruce North / 54 Southampton / page 12 showing William Monkman, his wife and three children.

There is no marriage registration prior to 1924 for Florence Monkman but you might attend at an LDS Family History Centre as they would have microfich up to 1927.




> Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2009 21:00:46 -0500
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> Subject: [CAN-ONT-YORK] MONKMAN looking for obit
> I am looking for the death date and, ideally, an obituary for F[Florence]
> Robina Monkman.
> Known facts: daughter of William Hay Monkman and Elizabeth Fletcher, born
> in Bruce County 1908 and attended public school there.
> Living and writing in Toronto in July 1945.
> After that????
> Do not know if she married or had children. Or siblings.
> All help appreciated.
> Please Note: Until recently, I thought her parents buried in Peel Co., but
> that turned out to be a false lead. If someone has a link for their obits,
> we might find info on Robina.
> Anne
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