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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
William Henry Dare Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1865     1868-1869 Dec 1886 not given aka William Churchley. Formerly of 13th. Hussars but left service in 1868 or 1869
Charles Davie Montreal 1877 Capplea England 1877 June 1886 widowed mother brother John, sister Betsy
John Davis Nova Scotia 1879   Bristol England 1879 June 1886 parents  
Samuel Drury Toronto Ontario Canada Sept. 29, 1877   England Oct. 1885 Oct 1886 daughter Minnie worked as Tailor in Toronto, then the Highbury Barn Hotel. Oct. 1885 was in Boston Massachusetts
John Ellis Ellerbeck Quebec Canada 1884   Liverpool, England   Oct 1886 parents last in Kingston Ontario living with a farmer McCallum
Francis Arthur Emberson Muskoka Ontario Canada       1881 June 1886 mother Grassmere P.O
Thomas & Bessie Enfield Ontario, Canada 1870-1871   England 1879 Dec 1886 sister of Thomas  
Edward john Flatt Ontario, Canada bef 1873     1873 Dec 1886 sister wrote to his mother in 1873
William Fleet Canada       1881 Dec 1886 unknown Dec. 26, 1886 issue of Lloyd's has letter from person saying they worked with William in 1884 in Toronto Ontario Canada. Original ad said to be in Nov. 28, 1886 issue but it is not found
Thomas Ford Vancouver British Columbia 1876-1877 HMS Shah England Nov. 1878 Dec 1886 parents  
Joseph Gray Mitchell PO, Ontario Canada May 10, 1871   Lower Norwood, Eng 1872 June 1886 2 sons  
Matthew Robert Hale Canada 1870   England Sept. 1877 June 1886 widowed mother 1877: Fenlon Falls, Parry Sound, Victoria Ontario Canada
Harry Harding Canada 10 years   England   may 1886 sister worked in biscuit factory
Mrs. Harding Toronto Ontario Canada 10 years   England Oct 1885 may 1886 daughter Aka Miller. nurse/matron Toronto hospital
Arthur Hay Montreal Quebec Canada April 1874     1880 Oct 1886 widowed mother went to New York City and worked as waiter in Hotel. In 1880 was married and living 8th Avenue
James John Hayward Ontario, Canada August 1874   England 1877 Aug 1886 mother 1877 address: L. Shields, Boot & Shoe Maker, Gananoque, Ontario. Lloyd's Oct. 10, 1886 issue has news from Mrs. Charles Laurenson re Jams Haward of Gananoque. Lloyd's Nov. 28, 1886 issue reports death of John James Hayward of Gananoque
Alfred Sterry Houghton Toronto Ontario Canada June 6, 1871   London Eng 1873 Nov 1886 widowed mother left Toronto for Rochester, New York in 1873
John Hudson Nova Scotia, Canada 1862   England 1872 Sep 1886 grandmother + sister aka Charles Billinger
James Hughes India Brook, Nova Scotia     England 18 months may 1886 mother last addy c/o Geo. Brooks
George H. Huson Ontario, Canada Apr. 27, 1875       Dec 1886 widowed mother left Mr. Stephenson's Home, Victoria Park with Rev. Riley for Canada. Headed for East Ontario
James Hussey Toronto Ontario Canada 1871   England 1876 Nov 1886 mother left with his father for Toronto


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