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POOR LAW UNION IMMIGRANTS TO CANADA
Poor Law Union Emigrants 1851
Folios 277-278B. Printed form from the parish officers of East Stoke, to the Poor Law Board. Contains resolutions, certificates and loans, from East Stoke, in regard to the family of John Harvey (33) and Susannah Harvey (33). With their 4 children they want to emigrate to Canada. (Date 3 April 1851 Catalogue reference MH 12/9529/186 )
Folios 393-394. From the parish officers of East Stoke, Southwell Union, to the Poor Law Board. Resolution of the East Stoke parish regarding the emigration of the Harvey family to Canada and asking for an extra grant. Henry Hawkes, chairman, and Samuel Spafford, guardian. Gives a list of the family of John Harvey and Susan Harvey:
Folio 395. Draft letter from the Poor Law Board, to Thomas Marriott, Clerk to the Guardians of the Southwell Union, regarding an extra grant to John Harvey and his family at East Stoke who are emigrating to Canada. The Poor Law Board have no power to grant extra expenses, without issuing a separate order. (Date 28 June 1851 Catalogue reference MH 12/9529/273 ) Also see Ship Sisters 1851 for the Harvey family
Olive Tree Genealogy Research: The Harvey family (parents plus 6 children, 4 of whom were born in Canada West which is now Ontario) is found in 1861 census for Whitchurch Twp, York County Ontario on Ancestry.com John and Susanna [sic] are 44 years old.
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