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QU, Bonaventure 143, Paspebiac j-1 Census Canadian Federal 1901

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FatherQuebec Census Canadian Federal 1901
MotherCAN, QC, Cté de Bonaventure Locality
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family were English, spoke English as their mother tongue, and were Roman Catholic; Principal=John Whittom, Spouse=Marthe Lebrasseur, Child=John Thomas Albert Whittom, Child=Helen Jane Whittom, Child=Philippe Clifford James Whittom, Child=Camelia Alma Whittom, Child=William James Whittom1 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family were Roman Catholic and spoke french as their mother tongue; Principal=Philippe Joseph, Spouse=Angélina Joseph, Child=Ambroise Joseph, Child=Théodore Joseph, Child=Marie Joseph, Child=Louis P. Joseph, Parent=Rosalie Joseph, Sibling=Rosanne Joseph, Sibling=Isaac Joseph, Sibling=Hubert Joseph [Sr.]2 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family french and Roman Catholic; Principal=Edouard Joseph, Spouse=Véronique Loisel, Lodger/Boarder=Laurent Horth3 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family french and Roman Catholic; Principal=Napoléon Joseph, Spouse=Esther Joseph, Child=John J. Joseph, Child=Thomas Joseph, Child=Laurent Joseph, Child=Véronique Joseph, Child=Georges Joseph, Child=Imelda Joseph4 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family were French and Roman Catholic; Principal=Benjamin Joseph, Spouse=Angélique Joseph, Child=Alfred Joseph, Child=Nicholas Joseph, Child=Joshue Joseph, Child=Malvina Joseph, Child=Angélique Joseph, Child=Xavier Joseph, Child=Lazare Joseph, Child=William Joseph, Dau-in-Law=Emilie Joseph, Grandchild=Michel M. Joseph, Grandchild=Clovis Joseph, Grandchild=Marie B. Joseph, Grandchild=John B. Joseph5 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family are English except Theotis, Richard's wife and Marie, David's wife, who were french. All were Roman Catholic; Principal=Richard Whittom, Spouse=Théotiste Joseph, Child=David Whittom, Child=Sara-Elisabeth Whittom, Dau-in-Law=Marie Whittom6 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family were Roman Catholic and spoke french as their mother tongue; Principal=Jean Huard, Spouse=Marie-Rachel Joseph, Child=Zoé Huard, Child=Joseph Huard, Child=Edouard Huard, Child=Rachel Huard, Child=Malvina Huard7 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family were Roman Catholic and spoke french as their mother tongue; Principal=Jacques Huard, Sibling=Marie Huard, Sibling=Philomene Huard, Spouse=Rebecca (?), Child=Pierre A Huard8 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family were Roman Catholic and spoke french as their mother tongue, except their lodger, Frederick, who was listed as "English" and a member of the Church of England. His mother tongue was listed as English; Principal=Romain Huard, Sibling=Pierre Huard, Sibling=Madelaine Huard, Sibling=Leon Huard, Lodger/Boarder=Frederick La Gallais, Spouse=Marie J. (?), Child=Ambroise Huard9 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All Members of this family french and Roman Catholic; Principal=Philippe Huard, Spouse=Marie-Marguerite-Agnès Huard, Child=Virginie Huard10 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family french and Roman Catholic; Principal=Maxime Joseph, Spouse=Marie Joseph, Child=Marie J. Joseph, Child=Emile Joseph, Child=Diana Joseph, Child=Grégoire Joseph, Child=Isidore Joseph, Child=Almande Joseph, Child=Maxime Joseph, Child=Virginie Joseph11 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family french and Roman Catholic; Principal=William Joseph, Spouse=Monique Joseph, Child=Prudent Joseph, Child=Romain Joseph, Child=John A. Joseph, Child=Félix Joseph, Child=Salomon Joseph, Child=Marie E. Joseph, Child=William Joseph, Child=Sidulie Joseph, Dau-in-Law=Marie Joseph12 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family french and Roman Catholic; Principal=John Joseph, Spouse=Elizabeth Joseph, Child=Delima Joseph, Child=Jacques Joseph, Child=Margaret Joseph, Child=Simon Joseph, Child=Isidore Joseph, Child=Matilda Joseph, Child=Augustin Joseph, Child=Veronique Joseph, Child=Ella E. Joseph13 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family french and Roman Catholic; Principal=Ambroise Joseph, Spouse=Emma Joseph, Child=Marie B. Y. Joseph, Child=Urbain Joseph, Child=Josephine Joseph14 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; Both were french and Roman Catholic; Principal=Napoléon Joseph, Spouse=Julienne Joseph15 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family french and Roman Catholic; Principal=Ange Joseph, Spouse=Romaine Joseph, Child=Gervais Joseph, Child=Adélard Joseph, Child=Gelas Joseph, Child=Mary Joseph, Child=Marie L. Joseph16 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; Both were french and Roman Catholic; Principal=Onesime Joseph, Spouse=Marie Joseph17 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family were French and Roman Catholic; HOH=Edouard Huard, Spouse=Mary A. (?), Child=Edouard Huard, Child=Marie E. Huard, Child=John Huard, Child=Agnès Huard, Child=Francis Huard18 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family were Roman Catholic and spoke french as their mother tongue except Margaret (Mother), who belonged to the Church of England and spoke english as her mother tongue; Principal=Rébecca Joseph, Parent=Margaret (?), Child=Elias Joseph, Child=Amelie Joseph, Child=Philippe Joseph, Child=Francis Joseph, Child=Mary A. Joseph, Child=Zepherin Joseph, Child=Marie E. Joseph, Child=Alice Joseph19 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family were French and Roman Catholic; Principal=Victoire (?), Child=Margaret Joseph, Child=Julienne Joseph, Child=Elizabeth Joseph, Child=Virginie Joseph, Child=Emilie Joseph20 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family french and Roman Catholic; Principal=Esther Joseph, Child=Léon Joseph, Child=Annie Joseph, Dau-in-Law=Ellen Joseph, Grandchild=David Joseph21 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family were Roman Catholic and spoke french as their mother tongue; Principal=Jean Joseph22 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family were Roman Catholic and spoke french as their mother tongue; Principal=Pierre Joseph, Spouse=Marie Joseph, Child=Aimé Joseph, Child=Agnès Joseph, Child=Artimise Joseph, Child=Marie Joseph, Child=Mary Ann Joseph, Child=Eugenie Joseph, Child=Ernest Joseph, Child=Emelie Joseph23 

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  2. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 5, line # 28-37, Family # 38).
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  8. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 4, line # 46-50, Family # 33).
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  10. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 8, line # 8-10, Family # 57).
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  12. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 8, line # 40-50, Family # 62).
  13. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 9, line # 16-26, Family # 64).
  14. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 9, line # 43-47, Family # 68).
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  16. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 10, line # 1-7, Family # 70).
  17. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 10, line # 11-12, Family # 72).
  18. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 11, line # 1-7, Family # 79. [Note: This family seems to have been enumerated twice. The birthdates are different, but the birth years are close and birth order of the children are all constent]).
  19. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 5, line # 18-27, Family # 37).
  20. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 10, line # 23-28, Family # 75).
  21. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 9, line # 30-34, Family # 66).
  22. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 3, line # 41-50, Family # 27).
  23. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 6, line # 1-10, Family # 41).
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QU, Bonaventure 143, Paspebiac j-2 Census Canadian Federal 1901

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FatherQuebec Census Canadian Federal 1901
MotherCAN, QC, Cté de Bonaventure Locality
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all members of this family are listed as being from the Island of Jersey and speaking french except for Ellen Wittom who speakes "Irlandais". Thomas was 65 years old, his wife Elisa was 59, Jean Francoise J. was 26 and Ellen Wittom was 17 years old. Thomas was a carpenter; Principal=Thomas Garnier, Spouse=Elisa Garnier, Son=Jean-François J. Garnier, Witness=Ellen Wittom1 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all members of this household were listed as having been born in Québec, French Canadian and of Roman Catholic faith. Louis was listed as being single, aged 56, Theodore was 31, Marie, wife [of Theodore] was 27, Pierre Dolor, son [of Theodore?] was 6. Solomee daughter [of Theodore?] was 4, Josephine, daughter [of Theodore?] was 2, and Elisabeth, daughter [of Theodore?] was 10 months old. Louis was a farmer; Principal=Louis Huard, Child=Theodore Huard, Dau-in-Law=Marie (?), Grandchild=Pierre Dolor? Huard, Grandchild=Salomee Huard, Grandchild=Josephine Huard, Grandchild=Elisabeth Huard, Lodger/Boarder=Marguerite Lebrasseur2 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. Theodore was 49 years old, Louise, his wife was 43, Marie Delima was 18, Theodore 16, Marie elisabeth 14, Jean J. 11, Adelard 9, Clement 7, and Ls Philippe was 3. Theodore was a farmer; Principal=Theodore Huard, Spouse=Louise Huard, Child=Marie-Delima Huard, Child=Theodore Huard, Child=Marie-Elisabeth Huard, Child=Jean J. Huard, Child=Adelard Huard, Child=Clement Huard, Child=Ls Phillipe Huard3 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all members of this household were listed as having been born in Québec, French Canadian and of Roman Catholic faith. Jerome was 48 years old, Caroline, his wife was 44 years, his father, Louis was 83 years old, daughter's Elisabeth 10, Agnes 8 and Rosalie was 1. Jerome's occupation was listed as a farmer and fisherman; Principal=Jerome Huard, Spouse=Caroline (?), Parent=Louis Huard, Child=Elisabeth Huard, Child=Agnes Huard, Child=Rosalie Huard4 
Cen-Head*1901 In the 1901 census, Pierre was listed as a domestic in the household of John Clement, marchand. Pierre was born in Quebec, French Canadian and a Roman Catholic; Principal=Pierre Huard5 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census, alfred is listed as a domestic in the household of Thomas C. Duret, curé. Alfred was Irish, spoke english as his mother tongue and was Roman Catholic; Principal=Alfred Whittom6 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census, Philippe was listed as a domestic in the household of Dominique Loisel, farmer. Philippe was born in Quebec and was french. He was Roman Catholic; Principal=Philippe Huard7 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; Simon was working as a domestic in the household of Moise Castillou, farmer. Simon is listed as being born in Qurbec, french and was Roman Catholic. He was 18 years old; Principal=Simon Parisé8 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all members of this household were listed as having been born in Québec, French Canadian and of Roman Catholic faith. Achille was 60 years old, Luce, his wife was 61, his single children, Pierre 22, Angelique 25, Joseph 18, Agnes 16, and Josephine was married and aged 21. Achille was a farmer; Principal=Achille Parisé, Spouse=Luce Langlois, Child=Pierre Parisé, Child=Angélique Parisé, Child=Joseph Parisé, Child=Agnes Parisé, Child=Josephine Parisé9 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; Onesime was listed as having been born in Quebec, french, Roman Catholic and was a domestic in the home of Joseph E. Levesque; Principal=Onesime Huard10 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all members of this family were listed as having been born in Quebec, french and Roman Catholic. Moise was 40, his wife Monique was 38, and children Elisabeth 8, Edouard 6, Sumina (or Lumina) was 11 months old. Moise was a farmer; Principal=Moïse Huard11 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. Hilaire was 32 years old, Lucie, listed as his daughter, but possibly his wife, was aged 19 years, Elizabeth, his mother was 60, Elisabeth his sister was 25. Ambroise Lebrasseur, 17, is listed as a domestic living in the household. Hilaires occupation is a farmer and m?; Principal=Hilaire Huard, Spouse=Lucie Huard, Parent=Elisabeth Huard, Sibling=Elisabeth Huard, Lodger/Boarder=Ambroise Lebrasseur12 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. Urbain was 73 years old, Victoire, his wife was 66, Urbain, his son was 39, Emilie was 23 and adoptive daughter Emilie Huard was 10 years old. Urbain was a farmer and fisherman; Principal=Urbain Maldemy, Spouse=Victoire Maldemy, Witness=Emilie Huard, Child=Emilie Maldemy, Child=Urbain Maldemy13 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. Florent was 22 and his wife Elisabeth was 26, daughter Marie was 1 and father-in-law Antoine anglehart was 81. Florent was a farmer and fisherman; Principal=Florent Huard, Spouse=Elisabeth Huard, Child=Marie Huard, Witness=Antoine Anglehart14 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. Michel was 50 years old, his wife Edeste was 51, Joseph M. 19, Jean Ph. 17, Marie ang. 15, Theodore 13, Regina 12, Jean Abel 11, Solomon 9 and Marie M. 7. Michel was a fisherman; Principal=Michel Huard, Spouse=Edeste? Huard, Child=Joseph M. Huard, Child=Jean-Ph. Huard, Child=Marie Ang. Huard, Child=Theodore Huard, Child=Regina Huard, Child=Jean Abel Huard, Child=Solomon Huard, Child=Marie M. Huard15 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. André was 31 years old, his wife Angelique was 29, Mathilde 6, Louis Phil. 4, Angelique 9 months. André's occupation was not given; Principal=André Huard, Spouse=Angelique Huard, Child=Mathilde Huard, Child=Louis Phil Huard, Child=Angelique Huard16 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; Marie was listed as having been born in Quebec, french, Roman Catholic and was a domestic in the home of Joseph E. Levesque; Principal=Marie Huard17 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. Marie was 50 years old, her sons Joseph and Thimothé were 19 and 17 respectively; Principal=Marie Huard, Child=Joseph Huard, Child=Thimothé Huard18 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. Therese was 42 years old, her sons Guillaume and Noé were 12 and 2 respectively. Therese's occupation was listed as "journalier"; Principal=Thérèse Joseph, Son=Guillaume Joseph, Son=Noé Joseph19 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; All members of this family are listed as being french and Roman Catholic; Principal=Elisabeth Huard, Son=Romain Huard, Son=John Huard, Son=Isaac Huard, Son=Guillaume Huard, Son=Adelard Huard, Dau=Geneviève Huard, Dau=Josephine Huard, Dau=Elisabeth Huard20 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. Catherine was 68 years old, William, her son was 37. Catherine's occupation is listed as being a farmer and William the son of a farmer; Principal=Catherine Huard, Son=William Huard21 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census Marie was listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. She was listed a s the head of household and as Maried. She was 71 years old; Principal=Marie Huard22 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all members of this household were listed as having been born in Québec, French Canadian and of Roman Catholic faith.Jean B. was 29 years old, Rachel was 25, Joseph Edm 6, wilfred 2. Jean B.'s occupation is not given; Principal=Jean B. Parisé, Spouse=Rachel Parisé, Son=Joseph-Edmond Parisé, Son=Wilfrid Parisé23 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. Clement was 38 years old, Elise, his wife was 35, William was 12, Madeleine 6, Clement 4, and Joseph 2. Clement was a farmer; Principal=Clement Holmes, Spouse=Elise Holmes, Child=William Holmes, Child=Madeleine Holmes, Child=Clement Holmes, Child=Joseph Holmes24 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. Jacques was 60 years old, his wife Esther was 58, Moise was 21, Philippe 19, Manuel 17, Guillaume 12 and Marie E., also 12, she and Guillaume being twins. Jacqueswas a farmer; Principal=Jacques Huard, Spouse=Esther Huard, Child=Moïse Huard, Child=Philippe Huard, Child=Manuel Huard, Child=Guillaume Huard, Child=Marie E. Huard25 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. Xavier was 50 years old, Julienne, his wife was 40, Elisabeth was 20, Angelina 19, John 17, Julianna 14, Marthe 12, Marie 10, M. Genevieve 4. Xavier was a "navigateur"; Principal=François-Xavier Parisé, Child=Marie-Angélina Parisé, Child=John Parisé, Child=Marthe Parisé, Child=Marie-Ida Parisé, Child=Marie-Geneviève Parisé, Child=Julianna Parisé, Child=Elisabeth Parisé, Spouse=Julienne Parisé26 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. Fidele was 48 years old, Anne, his wife was 44, Philippe was 15, Malvina 13, and Marie was 9. Fidele was a "navigateur"; Principal=Fidèle Parisé, Child=Philippe Parisé, Child=Malvina Parisé, Child=Marie Parisé27 
Cen-Head*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Solomon Huard||Solomon, age 50, was born in Quebec. His birthdate was recorded as 15 Dec 1850. He was single and worked as a farmer and fisherman. He was Roman Catholic; HOH=Solomon Huard, Sis=Marie Huard, Sis=Marguerite Huard, Sis=Elisabeth Huard, Sis=Marceline Huard28 
Cen-E-with*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Marie Huard||Marie, age 45, was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded as 18 Jan 1856. She was single. No occupation is given. She was Roman Catholic; Sis/bro=Marie Huard, HOH=Solomon Huard28 
Cen-E-with*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Marguerite Huard||Marguerite, age 48, was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded as 6 Mar 1853. She was single. No occupation is given. She was Roman Catholic; Sis/bro=Marguerite Huard, HOH=Solomon Huard28 
Cen-E-with*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Marceline Huard||Marceline, age 30, was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded as 12 Jan 1871. She was single. No occupation is given. She was Roman Catholic; Sis/bro=Elisabeth Huard, HOH=Solomon Huard28 
Cen-Head*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||John Huard||John, age 63, was born in Quebec. His birthdate was recorded as 1 Jan 1838. He was married and worked as a farmer and fisherman. He was Roman Catholic; HOH=John Huard, Spouse=Modeste Huard, Dau=Marie Huard29 
Cen-E-with*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Modeste Huard||Modeste, age 64, was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded as 10 Sep 1836. She was married and was Roman Catholic. She could read and write; Wife=Modeste Anglehart, HOH=John Huard29 
Cen-E-with*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Marie Huard||Marie, age 15, was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded as 27 Aug 1855. She was single and was Roman Catholic. She could read, write and speak french; Dau/father=Marie Huard, HOH=John Huard29 
Cen-Head*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Philippe Huard||Philippe, age 29, was born in Quebec. His birthdate was recorded as 24 May 1871. He was married and worked as a farmer and fisherman. He was Roman Catholic. He could read and write, and speak both english and french; HOH=Philippe Huard, Spouse=Marie Gen Huard, Son=Jean-Louis Huard, Son=Raymond Huard30 
Cen-E-with*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Marie Gen. Huard||Marie Geneviève, age 30, was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded as 21 Jun 1870. She was married and was Roman Catholic. She could read and write, and speak both english and french; Wife=Marie-Geneviève (?), HOH=Philippe Huard30 
Cen-E-with*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Jean Louis Huard||Jean-Louis, age 7, was born in Quebec. His birthdate was recorded as 24 Oct 1893. He was Roman Catholic. He could speak french; Son/father=Jean-Louis Huard, HOH=Philippe Huard30 
Cen-E-with*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Raymond Huard||Raymond, was 1 year old. He was born in Quebec. His birthdate was recorded as 15 Oct 1899. He was Roman Catholic; Son/father=Raymond Huard, HOH=Philippe Huard30 
Cen-Head*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Edouard Huard||Edouard, age 40, was born in Quebec. His birthdate was recorded as 15 Aug 1860. He was married and worked as a farmer and fisherman. He was Roman Catholic. He could not read or write, and spoke only french; HOH=Edouard Huard, Spouse=Marie Huard, Dau=Marie E. Huard, Son=Edouard Huard, Son=John Huard, Son=Francis Huard, Dau=Agnès Huard31 
Cen-E-with*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Marie Huard||Marie, age 38, was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded as 18 Sep 1862. She was married was Roman Catholic. She could read and write, and spoke only french; Wife=Mary A. (?), HOH=Edouard Huard31 
Cen-E-with*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Marie Huard||Marie, age 16, was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded as 19 Jul 1884. She was single and was Roman Catholic. She could read and write, and spoke only french; Dau/father=Marie E. Huard, HOH=Edouard Huard31 
Cen-E-with*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Edouard Huard||Edouard, age 14, was born in Quebec. His birthdate was recorded as 20 Jan 1887. He was Roman Catholic. He was in school for 10 months of the year and could read and write, and spoke only french; Son/father=Edouard Huard, HOH=Edouard Huard31 
Cen-E-with*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||John Huard||John, age 11, was born in Quebec. His birthdate was recorded as 15 Mar 1889. He was Roman Catholic. He was not in school, and coudn't read or write. He spoke only french; Son/father=John Huard, HOH=Edouard Huard31 
Cen-E-with*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Agnes Huard||Agnes, age 8, was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded 12 Apr 1892. She was Roman Catholic. She could not read or write, and spoke only french; Dau/father=Agnès Huard, HOH=Edouard Huard31 
Cen-E-with*on an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Francis Huard||Francis, age 5, was born in Quebec. His birthdate was recorded as 18 Sep 1895. He was Roman Catholic. He was not in school, and coudn't read or write. He spoke only french; Son/father=Francis Huard, HOH=Edouard Huard31 
Cen-Head*an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Joseph Anglehart||Joseph was a 37 year old farmer and fisherman, who was born in Quebec. His birthdate was recorded as 26 Oct 1863. He was Roman Catholic. He could read and write, and spoke only french; HOH=Joseph Anglehart, Spouse=Zoé Anglehart, Dau=Marie G. Anglehart, Dau=Anna Anglehart, Dau=Angelique Anglehart, Dau=Hélène Anglehart, Dau=Geneviève Anglehart, Dau=Alice Anglehart, Son/Adopted=Antoine Huard32 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Zoé Anglehart||Zoé was 37 years old and was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded as 4 Nov 1863. She was Roman Catholic and could read and write, and spoke only french; Wife=Zoé (?), HOH=Joseph Anglehart32 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Marie G. Anglehart||Marie was 14 years old and was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded as 15 Aug 1886. She was Roman Catholic and could read and write, and spoke only french; Dau/father=Marie G. Anglehart, HOH=Joseph Anglehart32 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Anna Anglehart||Anna was 11 years old and was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded as 17 Nov 1889. She was Roman Catholic. She attended school for 10 months of the year and could read and write, and spoke only french; Dau/father=Anna Anglehart, HOH=Joseph Anglehart32 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Angelique Anglehart||Angelique was 9 years old and was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded as 12 Oct 1891. She was Roman Catholic. She attended school for 10 months of the year and could read and write, and spoke only french; Dau/father=Angelique Anglehart, HOH=Joseph Anglehart32 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Helene Anglehart||Helene was 8 years old and was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded as 7 Jan 1893. She was Roman Catholic. She attended school for 10 months of the year and could read and write, and spoke only french; Dau/father=Hélène Anglehart, HOH=Joseph Anglehart32 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Genevieve Anglehart||Genevieve was 6 years old and was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded as 22 Nov 1894. She was Roman Catholic and spoke only french; Dau/father=Geneviève Anglehart, HOH=Joseph Anglehart32 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Alice Anglehart||Alice was 2 years old and was born in Quebec. Her birthdate was recorded as 9 Nov 1898. She was Roman Catholic; Dau/father=Alice Anglehart, HOH=Joseph Anglehart32 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; 1901 Canadian Census||Antoine Huard||Antoine was 17 years old and was born in Quebec. He worked as a farm hand. His birthdate was recorded as 9 Aug 1883. He was Roman Catholic. He could neither read nor write and spoke only french; Son-Ado/father=Antoine Huard, HOH=Joseph Anglehart32 
Cen-Head*April 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. Francois was 74 and his wife Marie was 75. Francois was a farmer and fisherman; Principal=François Huard, Spouse=Marie Huard33 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. James was 25 years old, his wife Nathalie was 32, their son Emile was 1 month old. James was a fisherman; Principal=James Huard, Spouse=Nathalie Huard, Child=Emile Huard34 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all members of this household were listed as having been born in Québec, French Canadian and of Roman Catholic faith. Achille was 30 years old, Xina was 27, Benjamin 8, Exina 6, Marthe 5, Clovis 2 and Eugenie 3 months. Achille's occupation is given as Cult & Pech. He was a farmer and fisherman; Principal=Achille Parisé, Spouse=Alexina-Marie Parisé, Child=Benjamin Parisé, Child=Exina Parisé, Child=Marthe Parisé, Child=Joseph-Clovis Parisé, Child=Eugenie Parisé35 
Cen-Head*1 April 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. William was 39 years old, his wife Genevieve was 36, Abel was 8, Philippe was 6, Marie 4, Virginie 1 and Emilie was 15 days old. William was a farmer and fisherman; Principal=William Huard, Spouse=Geneviève Huard, Child=Abel Huard, Child=Philippe Huard, Child=Marie Huard, Child=Virginie Huard, Child=Emilie Huard36 
Cen-Head*1 April 1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census all the members of this household were listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. Francois was 45, his wife Annie was 40, Marguerite was 16, Elisabeth 12, M. Angelina 7, Jean Ray 5, Joseph E. 2, and adoptive son Thomas Castilloux was 20. Francois was a farmer and fisherman; Principal=François Huard, Spouse=Annie Huard, Child=Marguerite Huard, Child=Elisabeth Huard, Child=M. Angelina Huard, Child=Jean Ray Huard, Child=Joseph E. Huard, Witness=Thomas Castillou37 

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PE, Prince, 140/45, Summerside Census Canadian Federal 1911

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Father(?) Census Canadian Federal 1911
MotherCAN, PE, Prince Co., Lot 17 Locality
Cen-Head*an unknown date in 1911 Summerside, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1911 Canadian Census||H. C. Mills||Holden was a 58 year old trader, working on his own account. His birth date was recorded as Feb 1853. He was a Canadian citizen born in Quebec of english origins. His religion was recorded as Epicopalian. There was one domestic serving in his home by the name of Alma Arsenault; HOH=Holden C. Mills, Spouse=Catherine Penelope Green, Dau=Catherine Mills1 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1911 Summerside, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1911 Canadian Census||Catherine Mills||Catherine 54 years old. Her birth date was recorded as May 1857. She was a Canadian citizen born in PEI of english origins. Her religion was recorded as Epicopalian and she could read and write; Wife=Catherine Penelope Green, HOH=Holden C. Mills1 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1911 Summerside, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1911 Canadian Census||Catherine Mills||Catherine 11 years old. Her birth date was recorded as Feb 1900. She was a Canadian citizen born in the USA of english origins. Her religion was recorded as Epicopalian and she could read and write. She attended school for 10 months in 1910; Dau/father=Catherine Mills, HOH=Holden C. Mills1 

Citations

  1. [S859] 1911 Canadian Census for Summerside, pdf of image saved, Library and Archives Canada (LAC), District 140, Sub-Dist 45, p17, lines 3-6. Hereinafter cited as 1911 Canadian Census for Summerside.
More information available on request.

PE, Prince, 140/46, Summerside Census Canadian Federal 1911

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Father(?) Census Canadian Federal 1911
MotherCAN, PE, Prince Co., Lot 17 Locality
Cen-Head*an unknown date in 1911 Granville St., Summerside, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1911 Canadian Census||William B. Mills||William, a merchant working for hilmelf, was 55 years old. He was a Canadian citizen born in PEI of english origins. His religion was recorded as Anglican. He was insured for $1000; HOH=William B. Mills, Spouse=Henrietta Helen Green, Son=Ernest Mills1 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1911 Granville St., Summerside, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1911 Canadian Census||Henrietta Mills||Henrietta was 52 years old. She was a Canadian citizen born in PEI of english origins. Her religion was recorded as Anglican; Wife=Henrietta Helen Green, HOH=William B. Mills1 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1911 Granville St., Summerside, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1911 Canadian Census||Ernest Mills||Ernest was 29 years old slaesman in a general store. He was a Canadian citizen born in PEI of english origins. His religion was recorded as Anglican. He worked 52 wees in 1910, 60 hours a weeks and earned $650.00; Son/father=Ernest Mills, HOH=William B. Mills1 
Cen-Head*an unknown date in 1911 Belmont St., Summerside, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1911 Canadian Census||Kennth Ellis||Ken, a salesman in a general store, was 54 years old. He was a Canadian citizen born in PEI of english origins. His religion was recorded as Anglican. He worked 52 weeks, 60 hours a week in 1910 and earned $300. He was insured for $2000; HOH=Kenneth Forbes Ellis, Spouse=Lucy Stewart, Dau=Marion Ellis, Son=Dr. Kenneth Stewart Ellis, Son=Reginald Evans Ellis, Dau=Amy Green Ellis2 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1911 Belmont St., Summerside, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1911 Canadian Census||Luce Ellis||Lucy was 47 years old. She was a Canadian citizen born in PEI of english origins. Her religion was recorded as Anglican; Wife=Lucy Stewart, HOH=Kenneth Forbes Ellis3 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1911 Belmont St., Summerside, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1911 Canadian Census||Marion Ellis||Marion, a stegopry in a general store, was 20 years old. She was a Canadian citizen born in PEI of english origins. Her religion was recorded as Anglican. She worked 52 weeks, 60 hours a week in 1910 -and earned $312; Wife=Marion Ellis, HOH=Kenneth Forbes Ellis3 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1911 Belmont St., Summerside, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1911 Canadian Census||Kennth S. Ellis||Ken, a bank clerk, was 18 years old. He was a Canadian citizen born in PEI of english origins. His religion was recorded as Anglican. He worked 52 weeks a week in 1910 and earned $350. He was insured for $1000; Son/father=Dr. Kenneth Stewart Ellis, HOH=Kenneth Forbes Ellis3 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1911 Belmont St., Summerside, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1911 Canadian Census||Regnald Ellis||Reg, an office boy in a general store, was 17 years old. He was a Canadian citizen born in PEI of english origins. His religion was recorded as Anglican. He worked 1 week in 1910 and earned $15; Son/father=Reginald Evans Ellis, HOH=Kenneth Forbes Ellis3 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1911 Belmont St., Summerside, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1911 Canadian Census||Amey Ellis||Amy was 14. years old. She was a Canadian citizen born in PEI of english origins. Her religion was recorded as Anglican. She attended school; Wife=Amy Green Ellis, HOH=Kenneth Forbes Ellis3 

Citations

  1. [S859] 1911 Canadian Census for Summerside, pdf of image saved, Library and Archives Canada (LAC), District 140, Sub-Dist 46, p3, lines 14-16. Hereinafter cited as 1911 Canadian Census for Summerside.
  2. [S859] 1911 Canadian Census for Summerside, pdf of image saved, Library and Archives Canada (LAC), District 140. Sub-Dist 46, p4, lines 28-33. Hereinafter cited as 1911 Canadian Census for Summerside.
  3. [S859] 1911 Canadian Census for Summerside, pdf of image saved, Library and Archives Canada (LAC), District 140, Sub-Dist 46, p4, lines 28-33. Hereinafter cited as 1911 Canadian Census for Summerside.
More information available on request.

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(?) Census Newfoundland 1911

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Cen-Head*1911 Ship Island, Newfoundland; 1911 Newfoundland Census||Benjamin Carter||Benjamin, age 30, was born in March of 1881 in Ship Island Newfoundland. He was married; HOH=Benjamin Carter, Spouse=Elsie Clara (?), Son=Sydney Dara Carter, Dau=Susanna Carter1 
Cen-Head*1911 Ship Island, Newfoundland; 1911 Newfoundland Census||John Carter||John, age 63, was born in July 1848 in Ship Island Newfoundland. He was married; HOH=John Carter, Spouse=Frances (?), Son=Joseph Carter, Nephew=William Carter1 
Cen-Head*1911 Ship Island, Newfoundland; 1911 Newfoundland Census||James Carter||James, age 39, was born in September 1872 in Ship Island Newfoundland. He was a widower; HOH=James Carter, Son=Llewelyn Carter, Son=James Carter, Dau=Sarah Carter, Dau=Edith Carter2 

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  1. [S1027] “Newfoundland 1911 Census, Ship Island (Bonavista),” Newfoundland's Grand Banks Site (http://ngb.chebucto.org/C1911/11-ship-isl-bon.shtml: accessed 10 Mar 2010), transcribed by Joan Wendling.
  2. [S1027] “Newfoundland 1911 Census, Ship Island (Bonavista),” Newfoundland's Grand Banks Site (http://ngb.chebucto.org/C1911/11-ship-isl-bon.shtml: accessed 10 Mar 2010), transcribed by Joan Wendling, The listing for this household is directly under the previous one. It is unclear if James and children were living with the HOH of the previous household.
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