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She is listed as an unmarried domestic in 1891.

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In 1901 he was living with his father and mother in Hawkhurst and was single.

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In 1871, she was with her parents and siblings in Croydon. I cannot find her after that. I don't if she married or died.

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I believe that I found her working as a servant in Croydon in the 1881 UK census in the home of Thomas Froggatt, gentleman.

Since typing the last sentence, I have found her marriage. The most interesting fact was that one of the witnesses was a Peter Piper. Putting aside the joke, I can only guess that he was a cousin.

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She is shown as a widow living with her son Samuel and his wife in 1871. It looks as if her son Henry and his family is living next door.
In the 1851 census, she is shown as being born in Salehurst, Sussex.

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He was unmarried when living with his mother in 1871. He may have never married.

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He was with his father in Calgary in the 1911 Census, with his wife. I have no idea what happened to him.

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[Foster Tree from Bonny.FTW]

query of:

Salem Foster, son of Salem Foster and Sophia Campbell, and Mary A. McLaren, daughter of Andrew and Helen. Salem and Mary
were married Jan. 17, 1871 in Ontario. I am descended from the Campbellline.

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[Foster Tree from Bonny.FTW]

Mary A. McLaren, daughter of Andrew and Helen.

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[Foster Tree from Bonny.FTW]

b about 1876

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[Foster Tree from Bonny.FTW]

b about 1873

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He came to Canada in 1904. He became a rather famous journalist here in Canada. In 1980, the APF (Association de la Presse Francophone) established the Fondation Donatien Frémont which awards 12 scholarships a year to Francophone post-secondary students from outside Quebec heading toward a career in communications. The purpose of this initiative is to support the training and education of skilled employees for French-language newspapers outside Quebec.

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According to the Ellis Island entry, he arrived on November 7, 1906. He said he was going to live with a cousin at 1415, 11th Ave. W. The cousin's first name is illegible but the family name is Legallet. I know from the San Franciso city directory for that year that Georges and Celina. Georges was the foreman of Legallet-Hellwig Tanning in San Francisco. The president of the company was an Arthur Legallet who seems to have been part of a dynasty which I am guessing was started by his father Dominique. But whether Georges was Justin's cousin or whether his wife was, is unknown.

Justin first appears in the 1910 US census living at 1514 10th Ave. South in San Francisco. He arrived in the US in 1906. He was a lodger. he was single. He was a laborer in a tannery, as were the other seven men living at that address.

He appears in the 1920 US census as living at 1550 Thomas St in San Francisco. He is a roomer there. He forty years old, is single and is working as a laborer in a tannery. He came to the US in 1906.

In the 1930 census, he was living at 1711 Newcomb Ave. in San Francisco. He was still a lodger and single. He was working as a tanner in a tannery.