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She was a servant in Mirror Village (Red Deer), Alberta in the 1921 census. She was working for the Stumpp family. It sais that she came to Canada in 1913, so she must have come with her parents.

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He was the twin to Horace.

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Her name on the marriage register says "Cavin" but others have her as "Cavanagh".

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According to the Ancestry website, he came to Canada in 1871. I should be able to find him in the 1870 US Census but cannot.

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With some help, I finally found her and Robert in the 1925 Iowa State census After that, it was relatively easy to find her and Robert in various censuses. In 1900, she was living in Minnesota with Robert and three sons (I cannot read the first son's name) and it says that they went to the US in. I wonder why?

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Dad says that she was a school teacher in Winnipeg which is where they met when R. J. was working on a dam. I believe that I have a picture of them standing in front of a house numbered "781." Dad says that they lived together in Vancouver later on and that she had a son from a prior marriage. The fact that she was a school teacher is confirmed by a photo of them in front of a building that John has labelled "Martha's School Cottage", taken in October 1929. There is another photo of them taken in Septembere 1930 on which John has written "Romancing Days, Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba".
There is a picture of them taken at Bowen Island, B.C. in September 1936. So I have to wonder what happened between 1936 and 1938?


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Birth: Jul. 13, 1925
Calgary
Alberta, Canada
Death: Aug. 12, 2004

Died at the age of 79 years. Only child of Leonard and Mary Smith who predeceased her. Survived by cousins and friends. Leonore received her early schooling in Calgary, moving to Vancouver with her parents and entered UBC. The family have been long time residents of West Point Grey. At UBC she was affiliated with Alpha Omicron Pi and graduated in 1949 in pharmacy. She practiced her profession initially at Hudsons Bay Co. and later at Canada Safeway. She was a member of the Canadian Pharmaceutical Assn. and the College of Physicians of BC. Leonore was a devoted and dedicated member of Christ Church Anglican Cathedral where she was actively involved. In addition to her professional career she had a love of music and arts and achieved her BA in Fine Arts from UBC in 1972, always maintaining her interest in paintings and music. Her love of her dogs was always prominent and she received joy from their company. Leonore has many friends with whom she shared her love of a generous nature. Funeral arrangements through Kearney Funeral Services. At Leonore's request a Graveside Ceremony at Garden of Reflection, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Friday, August 20, 2004 at 3pm.

Published in The Vancouver Sun on Aug. 18, 2004


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In the 1891 census for St. Marys, he and his son Wallace were shown as blacksmiths. He a widower; therefore Barbara had died by then. I have found his second marriage to a widow, Maria St Clair in 1892.

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They came to Canada in 1909 with their eight children, arriving at St John, New Brunswick on March 20th.

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Her obituary is likewise on-line: Mrs. Garrett Drew, 80 years old and one of the oldest settlers of Leavenworth County, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Goff, near Potter. Mrs. Drew had been living with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Goff, since the death of her husband eleven years ago. She is survived by two sons, Mont Drew of High Prairie and John Drew of Potter and six daughters, Mrs. Joseph Soupsiet, Mrs. William Goff and Mrs. Charles Goff of Leavenworth, Mrs. Renalla, of Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. William Timms of Kansas City and Mrs. Robert Goff of Potter. The funeral will be held at High Prairie this afternoon at 1 o'clock. Burial will be in the High Prairie Cemetery.
Leavenworth, KS Times-October 27, 1910
(Contributed by Thomas Hotchkiss)