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Note    N896         Index
On the birth registration for his children, he is shown as a carpenter.

Here is his family in 1881

Census Place:Nissouri West, Middlesex East, Ontario, Canada
Source:FHL Film 1375905 NAC C-13269 Dist 167 SubDist F Div 2 Page 27 Family 118
SexMarrAgeOriginBirthplace
Jacob NEARMM59GermanOntario
Occ:FarmerReligion:Presbyterian Canada
Elizabeth NEARFM51IrishOntario
Religion:Presbyterian Canada
Mary NEARF23GermanOntario
Religion:Presbyterian Canada
Charlotte NEARF17GermanOntario
Religion:Presbyterian Canada
John NEARM15GermanOntario
Occ:SReligion:Presbyterian Canada
William NEARM12GermanOntario
Religion:Presbyterian Canada
Edward NEARM10GermanOntario
Religion:Presbyterian Canada

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Note    N897         Index
Her MI says that she was 85 when she died.

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Note    N898         Index
I am taking her name and approximate date of birth from the 1901 census. I may be wrong, because I may have the wrong Frank Golding.

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Note    N899         Index
Herewith her death notice courtesy of Helen Dunn:
Allely - November 17th 1952 at her son's residence late of Jerrettspass Annie widow of George Allely funeral tomorrow (Wednesday) November 19th at 2.30pm to Mullaglass Churchyard

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Note    N900         Index
His birth registration as sent to me by Helen Dunn reads as follows:
Index reference - 1910 (June quarter) - volume 1, page 797 - Newry
Robert John son of George Allely, labourer & Annie formerly Black - born 27th May 1910 in 70 Boat Street Newry - birth registered by Mary A. Medcalf, Daisy Hill Dispensary Newry (now the site of Daisyhill Hospital)

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Note    N901         Index
His birth registration as sent to me by Helen Dunn reads as follows:
Index reference - 1911 (Dec quarter) - volume 1, page 679 - Newry
Frederick George son of George Allely, labourer & Annie formerly Black - born 11th December 1911 in 91 Canal Street Newry - birth registered by Ellen Kernaghan, 20 Barracks Street Newry (present at birth)

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Note    N902         Index
His birth registration as sent to me by Helen Dunn reads as follows:
Index reference - 1911 (Dec quarter) - volume 1, page 679 - Newry
Frederick George son of George Allely, labourer & Annie formerly Black - born 11th December 1911 in 91 Canal Street Newry - birth registered by Ellen Kernaghan, 20 Barracks Street Newry (present at birth)

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Note    N903         Index
Helen Dunn says that he was a regular visitor to her grandparents' home.

She found the family in the 1901 census as follows:
1901 Census - Location Hogarth Street Belfast

Henry Wright - Head of house - Boilermaker - age 40 - Married - born Co Down
Elizabeth Wright - Wife - age 39 - Married - born Belfast
William Wright - Son - Boilermaker - age 18 - Not married - born Belfast
Rebecca Wright - Daughter - Machinist - age 16 - Not married - born Belfast
Robert Wright - Son - Telegraph messenger (GPO) - age 14 - born Belfast
Edith Wright - Daughter - age 7 - born Belfast
Henry Wright - Son - age 5 - born Belfast
The family were Methodists

As well, he appears in the 1911 census as follows:
1911 Census - Location, 19 Moyala Street, Belfast

Henry Wright - Head of house - age 52 - Boiler maker - born Co Antrim
Elizabeth Wright - wife - age 50 - born Co Antrim
married 30 years - 10 children born alive - 5 still living

Rebecca Wright - Daughter - age 26 - Seamstress - unmarried - born Co Antrim
Edith Wright - age 17 - Seamstress - unmarried - born Co Antrim
Henry Wright - age 15 - born Co Antrim

Margaret Matier - Grandmother - age 80 - widow - born Co Down

Family Methodists

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Note    N904         Index
The only information that I have re him comes from Jean Carter.

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Note    N905         Index
Her existence and her relationship with William comes from Jean Carter.