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PostPosted: 05 May 2011 00:15    Post subject: Looking for info on Ida Brown Reply with quote

Hi,
I'm looking for information on Ida (Brown) Keating/Keaton/or other spelling. From my grandmothers marriage certificate Ida is listed as her mother and my grandmother's father is James Keating (may be spelled Keaton or another spelling). My grandmother, Mary Lucy Keating was born in Edmunston, N.B. From what I understand, she went to live with an uncle when she was a child/teen. Either her uncle or her father had/worked at a sawmill along the St. John River, it may have been on the US side but I was told by my aunt that it was across the river from Fort Kent, I'm not sure on that particular point. On my grandmother's birth record it says she was born in Connors, Madawaska Co. on May 5, 1894. In the 1911 census of Canada for N.B. Ida Keatting is listed as having children named: Minnie, Piele, Alexys, Annie, Gulie, Mable & Perl. My grandmother is not listed there, she may have been with her uncle at that time. If anyone has any information, it would be greatly appreciated.
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