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Missing Friends 1886

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Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (London England) Long Lost Relatives, 1886

First Name Surname went to Left date ship left from, or lived in last heard from issue date asking Remarks
Erenea Beach Toronto Ontario Canada Oct. 1872   Folkestone England Oct. 1879 Nov 1886 father + sister Sarah in Oct. 1879 was married as Mrs. Williamsand living in Toronto
Charles Billinger               see John Hudson
James Briggs Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 1866   Bermoudsy, England 1869 Dec 1886 sister aka James Muller. Serving in 1st Ontario Battalion Rifle Brigade
Ellen Broderick St. John's, New Brunswick 1872   Liverpool, England 1882 Dec 1886 mother  
Charles Bullard Canada - Rocky Mts June 1883   England Aug 1885 June 1886 mother  
Charles Carter Ontario, Canada 1866   England 1879 Dec 1886 father + sisters  
George Champion Ontario, Canada Aug. 10, 1872   England 1881 Oct 1886 mother in 1880 he left Ontario for Alpena Michigan USA
James Chesham Quebec Canada       May 9, 1881 Dec 1886 parents formely of 15th Co. Royal Engineers, working on steamer running to and from Quebec
William Churchley Montreal, Quebec, Canada             see William Henry Dare
Edward Clarck Dumfries, Waterloo Co. Ontario     Feltham Industrial School 1867 June 1886 mother Jane working on Mr. Osborne's farm
John Clemenson Toronto Ontario Canada 1869   London, England   Sep 1886 father blacksmith, husband of Caroline
Philip Cowper Canada 1871   England 1874 Dec 1886 mother seaman. Working on a farm in Canada in 1874. Aka Edward Trussell
George Edwin Crawley New London, Ontario, Canada bef 1873     1872-1873 Nov 1886 widowed mother railroad worker
Henry Cuthess Halifax, Nova Scotia Dec. 29, 1878 Polynesia England   Dec 1886 sister + children said to be going on to Montreal, Quebec


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