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From: "D O'" <>
Subject: Re: [ONTARIO] Frederick Bailey NAGLE died 24 April 1925 Thunder Bay, Ontario
Date: Sun, 4 Sep 2011 06:48:15 +0000
There is 1901 & 1911 Canada Census which you can find for free at www.automatedgenealogy.com
The 1901 Canada Census for township of Paris, county of Brant south shows:
Nagle, Frederick born England December 16 1856; arrived in Canada in 1840
>" Ida Ann, wife, born Ontario June 3 1865
>" Edna, daughter, born Ontario April 5, 1887
>" John, son, born Ontario August 1, 1891
I did not see this family in the 1911 Canada Census in any Province. Perhaps they returned to England? You would have to check the Ship's Lists for that info. http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/passengerlists/index.htm
The 1881 Canada Census at LDS Family Search gives the family of Ida Ann Shipman in Paris Town, Brant North, Ontario. Frederick Nagle is also in that Census for the same community and living with the family of William Elkinton.
> Date: Sun, 4 Sep 2011 14:12:05 +1000
> Subject: [ONTARIO] Frederick Bailey NAGLE died 24 April 1925 Thunder Bay, Ontario
> Hi All,
> I am new to this list and to research in Canada, so I am looking for any
> ideas of what areas are open to me for research.
> I am from Launceston Tasmania Australia so a little far away to do anything
> I have recently found a reference on Family Search to the Death of Frederick
> Bailey NAGLE at Fort William, Thunder Bay Ontario aged 70 with parents
> listed as Henry NAGLE and Johanna MURPHY. There was also a marriage of
> Frederick NAGLE to Ida Ann SHIPMAN 1 July 1886 at Hamilton, Wentworth,
> Ontario. I am trying to find out if this could be the Frederich Bailie NAGLE
> born to Henry Bailie and Johanna NAGLE in 1855 in London England. As the
> ages match and the spelling difference could be from hearing the name
> verbally rather than it being spelt out this sounds very much like it could
> be one of my missing relatives.
> How do I go about finding out if this Frederick was born in England? If he
> had any children?
> What access online is there to census records 1880 - 1920 for Canada?
> What access is there for Civil Registration indexes or Church indexes
> Any other ideas would be greatly appreciated.
> Bye Karlena
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