(22 October 1879 - 1 March 1883)
|Father||Joseph King Rowe2,1 b. Jun 1852, d. 21 Nov 1924|
|Mother||Ellen McConnell2,1 b. cir. 1850, d. 15 Feb 1883|
|Relationship||2nd cousin 2 times removed of Lorna Henderson|
BMDB dataThirza Rowe was born on 22 Oct 1879 at Dundas, Wentworth Co., ONT, CAN, cert shows Thirza as d/o Joseph Rowe, carpenter of Dundas, the informant, and Ellen McConnell, reg. Jan 30th 1880.1,2
Thirza Rowe died on 1 Mar 1883 at Dundas, Wentworth Co, ONT, CAN; cert shows Thirza as aged 3 yrs, 5mths, born Town of Dundas, C of England, father Joseph Rowe, Taven Keeper of Dundas; died of typhoid fever, 4 weeks, this being 2 weeks after her mother died of childbirth complications.3
Census/Where lived/OccupationsThe census of 1880 showed Margaret and Thursey and their brother Joseph in the household of their parents Joseph and Ellen Rowe at 55 Maryland St, Buffalo, Erie Cty, NY, USA, enumerated as ROWE: Joseph 28, carpenter, b ENG as were both parents; wife Ellen, 29, b Canada, parents both b Ireland; Children (all b Canada marked as at home and can't read or write!): Joseph, 5, Margaret, 3, Thursey, 8mths (b Nov) (their soujourn in the States can't have been longer than from Oct 1879 to Feb 1883 as children were born in Dundas, Ontario in those months).4,2
|Last Edited||7 May 2012|
- Ancestry.com online at http://search.ancestry.com, Birth 1879 Thirza ROWE, from Ontario, CAN Births 1869-1907, Roll Number: MS929_46, copy d/loaded Jan 2006.
- Letter, Pat NICHOLS nee BAKER (20707) to L Henderson (1), Family of Joseph and Ellen ROWE, 1880 census, Buffalo, USA, rcvd Aug 2002.
- Ancestry.com online at http://search.ancestry.com, Dth 1883 Thirza ROWE, from Ontario, CAN Deaths 1869-1932, Pg 514 #018458, copy d/loaded Jan 2006, on same page as mother Ellen.
- USA census images, Various, 1880 Buffalo, Erie, New York; Roll: T9_830; Family History Film: 1254830; Page: 475.2000; Enumeration District: 157; Image: 0750, copy d/loaded Jan 2006.
E. & O. E. Some/most parish records are rather hard to read and names, places hard to interpret, particularly if you are unfamiliar with an area. Corrections welcome