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From: "Debbie" <>
Subject: [Ont] Treatment by Listowners
Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2001 14:58:07 -0500
References: <3AA66F53.7E82BBD0@home.com>


Muriel,
Your treatment by the Peterborough, Haliburton, Simcoe, Winnipeg and
Manitoba lists is deplorable.
Their short sightedness is very apparent and probably more than a little
self-serving!
Debbie

----- Original Message -----
From: Muriel M. Davidson <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2001 12:26 PM
Subject: [Ont] Sacked Again!!! Listowners do not like the CENSUS word!


> To all members of the following lists:-
>
> How can one be fired or sacked from a non-paying job -- at least
financially?
>
> I have spent many hours working to get the messages out to researchers and
> those who wish to see the 1906, 1911 and later census records released for
> family research.
>
> Some listowners do not like the word CENSUS -- it is regarded as
"political",
> but do not understand when laws have to be changed, we must resort
> to our highest governmental systems, the House of Commons and Senate.
>
> Some laws will have to be changed -- possibly these have been
misunderstood
> over the years -- that is the reason census has had to go to Parliament.
>
> Census records will always remain the mainstay of genealogy, our rightful
> history records and the history of the country. We need these, due to
some
> denominations keeping "sealed records" -- even baptisms of children in the
> church records do not give the "family grouping", siblings, other
data --not
> the money earned as the financial picture has changed over the years.
>
> I am one of the fortunate ones -- my grandfather left me a copy of what
> he had given to the enumerator in 1911 -- total yearly profit was
$1,500.00.
> However, he had added notes about his sister dying from creeping paralysis
> in 1909 -- the church records verified that.
>
> I also have my grandmother's records from the 1901 census -- she lost two
> little boys between 1891 and 1901 -- my father's brothers.
>
> Perhaps now you understand my interest, other than Senator Lorna Milne
> is a true and long-time friend.
>
> Today's sackings were from:-
>
>
> Previous sackings:-
>
>
>
> Should any person from these areas wish further census information, please
> contact me - I will continue to help listers of those areas.
>
> Muriel M. Davidson <>
> Co-Chair, Canada Census Committee
>
>
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