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1911 - Death Certificate - Eliza Killner
1911 - Death Certificate - Eliza Killner
January, February, or March Death Certificate of Eliza Killner 
 
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1921 Census - Herbert 'Nick' Driver
1921 Census - Herbert "Nick" Driver
Herb Driver (37) - Head - Born: Illegible
Gladys Driver (26) - Wife - Born: England
Edward Driver (9) - Son - Born: Sask
Earl Driver (8) - Son - Born: Sask
Bill Driver (6) - Son - Born: Sask
"Gladys" Driver (1/12) - Illegible - Born: Sask

Bernice Leslie Driver was born in 1921, and the infant is assumed to be Bernice despite the name clearly providing for a Gladys, either a transcription error or Gladys was renamed Bernice.

A wedding certificate with Gladys, or a divorce certificate from Eunice, is not known.

The R.M. of Bayne remains a rural municipality near Humboldt, Saskatchewan. 2 Years later, Chrystal "Tiny" was born in Dana, Saskatchewan, also in the R.M. of Bayne.
 
 
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Birth Certificate - Lillian Palmer
Birth Certificate - Lillian Palmer
Date of Birth: November 4, 1888 (which directly contrasts year of 1886 as in Census Record)
Birth Certificate Dated May 9, 1944
Place of Birth: Astle, New Brunswick
Father: George Palmer Birthplace: Bloomfield
Address at Birth: Bloomfield Occupation: Farmer
Mother: Rebecca Price Born: No Physician

Message Reads:

"I am the aunt of Lillian Palmer although I was not present at her birth I saw the child a few days (sic) her birth, and truly believe she was born on the date mentioned and have known her all her life. 
 
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Birth Certificate - Nathaniel L Price
Birth Certificate - Nathaniel L Price
Births and Baptisms in the Parish of St. John the Baptists District St. John's Centre for Oct. 27, 1788

Parents: Walter and Mary Price.
Birth date: April 7, 1788
Baptized: April 10, 1788 
 
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Birth Certificate - Victor Merritt
Birth Certificate - Victor Merritt
 
 
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Birth Index - Gladys Killner
Birth Index - Gladys Killner
Registration District - Thakeham, 1892 
 
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Book Excerpt - The Early History of Warnham - pg. 37
Book Excerpt - The Early History of Warnham - pg. 37
Book excerpt reads that Michael Killner farmed the Chaffields Farm and Maltmayes (some time after 1860).

Chaffields is noted in R.P. Dales, "The Buildings of Warnham" 2018 (pg. 135) as being the name on a Tithe Map now referencing Chatfolds.

Source text available here: http://www.warnhamsociety.org.uk/History/TheEarlyHistoryOfWarnham.pdf 
 
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Canadian Passenger List - Gladys Killner
Canadian Passenger List - Gladys Killner
Gladys Killner (25) - Not been to Canada before - Declared reason for travel to marry H.T. Driver. Destination: Saskatoon, Sask. Intends to stay in Canada and is able to read and write.

The Manifest reads that she arrived n the SS Metagama (https://greatships.net/metagama)

The ship departed Liverpool on October 15, 1919 and arrived at Montreal, Quebec on October 24, 1919 with 1,579 people aboard (1430 pursuant to the Immigration Act) 
 
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Death Certificate  John Sheridan
Death Certificate John Sheridan
Death as a result of perforated bowel and peritonitis after a motor vehicle accident. 
 
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Death Certificate - 1875 - Joseph Driver Sr.
Death Certificate - 1875 - Joseph Driver Sr.
Joseph Driver
Date: August 30 1875
Cause: "Hung himself by accident"
Residence of Informant: Lot 16 on 18 Howick 
 
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Death Certificate - 1877 - Mary Connor
Death Certificate - 1877 - Mary Connor
Mary Driver
Date: November 23, 1877
Age: 77 Years
Occupation: Farmers Wife
Cause of Death: Old Age
Duration of Illness: 2 years
Informant: Joseph Driver (Farmer Howick) (Note: Son)
 
 
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Death Certificate - 1877 - Mary Connor
Death Certificate - 1877 - Mary Connor
Mary Driver
Date: November 23, 1877
Age: 77 Years
Occupation: Farmers Wife
Cause of Death: Old Age
Duration of Illness: 2 years
Informant: Joseph Driver (Farmer Howick) (Note: Son)
 
 
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Directory - Erasmus Grover Price
Directory - Erasmus Grover Price
Colonial Book Store Directory noting Erasmus as a farmer in Ludlow.

The year is unknown. But, we know that James Letchmere Price (1810) as the son of Richard and Abigail Hovey, who married his first cousin Grace Hovey was a Justice of the Peace in 1839, it is anticipated this entry relates to the senior James Letchmere Price born in 1810 and not Erasmus' son born in 1863 
 
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Dispute Document - Ethel McMartin
Dispute Document - Ethel McMartin
Ethel recorded in June 1, 1921 Census as being 24 years of age (making birth year approx 1897) and residing in Auvergne, Saskatchewan Canada having given birth to two of her five children with Martin being born when she was 18. 
 
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Disputed Document - Census - 1921
Disputed Document - Census - 1921
Cameron/Nipissing "Ettle" McMartin listed at line 43 residig with widowed mother Jane and siblings in 1921. 
 
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Disputed Document - Census - Canada - 1911 - Rhetta McMartin
Disputed Document - Census - Canada - 1911 - Rhetta McMartin
Potential option related to Ethel Euretta McMartin. However, this Ethel married her first cousin, John Allard. Whom, she moved in with after he father's passing. Wedding certificate in 1912 demonstrates it unlikely to be that this reported individual matches with my second great grandmother. 
 
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Disputed Document - Marriage Certificate - Retta McMartin
Disputed Document - Marriage Certificate - Retta McMartin
Potential connection to my great grandmother, Ethel Euretta McMartin. However, this Retta married John Allard making the connection unlikely despite the fact that many on ancestry.ca connect this Retta's parents to my great grandmother 
 
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Electoral Register - 1868 - Horsham England - Michael Killner
Electoral Register - 1868 - Horsham England - Michael Killner
Street, Lane, or other like Place of residence listed as "Southwater" 
 
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Electoral Register - 1873 - Horsham England - Michael Killner
Electoral Register - 1873 - Horsham England - Michael Killner
Street, Lane or other like place of residence listed as: Southwater 
 
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Herbert Driver - Assigned Pay (AP1)
Herbert Driver - Assigned Pay (AP1)
Notation dated December 1, 1915 changes address from Coy Avenue address to 528 Avenue G South for Eunice Driver (wife). 
 
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Herbert Driver - Assigned Pay 2 (AP2)
Herbert Driver - Assigned Pay 2 (AP2)
The record is notable because it started December 31, 1917 and it makes the following references:

* a notation dated March 26, 1918 is written above the words that appear to read “authy S.B.” where to the left the words Eunice Driver and the word wife are scratched off and replaced by Mrs. Jane Driver and it is noted below her name as the Children’s Guardian. The address for Eunice is noted as 528 Avenue K North, Saskatoon, SK. The date of March 26, 1918 is interesting because it is 2 days before Herbert attends for treatment for gonnorhea while in Saskatoon on furlogh.

* the words Mrs. Eunice Driver amd wife are struck out and replaced under the words “Change of Address” to include Jane Driver and a notation dated June 8, 1918 includes Jane Driver’s address of 528 Avenue K North, Saskatoon, SK.

* the body of the message includes a notation for April that reads “Cancelled per change in assignee”. 
 
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Herbert Driver - Attestation Papers (Att.)
Herbert Driver - Attestation Papers (Att.)
Attended Sewell, Manitoba and received regimental number 114564. He was placed in the C.M.R. 9th Regiment which was broken up in England ad used to form, predominantly the 1st and 5th Regiments of the C.M.R. Herbert, ultimately did not join another C.M.R. regiment. It is likely he traveled to Sewell with George Dransfield, also from Nutana in Saskatoon who registered immediately before him in line.
Attests to his ability and willingness to be a member of expedition force at 31 years ad 3 month of age. Notes he resided at 703 Seventh Street, Nutana, Saskatoon and previously was employed as a steam engineer.
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Canadian Convalescent Hospital - Admission and Discharge Cards (CCH)
Herbert Driver - Canadian Convalescent Hospital - Admission and Discharge Cards (CCH)
Record notes that all 15 months of service at home and not on the front lines. The Canadian Convalescent Hospital was located in Bromley Hill in Kent. The hospital is now a hotel.

On April 26, 1916, the hotel was converted into an auxiliary hospital.

For details about the hospital visit: https://ezitis.myzen.co.uk/bromleyhillhouse.html  
 
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Herbert Driver - Casualty Form - CF1
Herbert Driver - Casualty Form - CF1
Particularizes his transfers and reassignments. Of note, prior to joining the war he was a Steam Engineer which may have influenced the decision as to why he was assigned to the Canadian Armed Service Corps from the 9th Regiment of the Canadian Mounted Rifles rather than be assigned, as most from the 9th were, to the front lines through the 1st and 5th Regiments of the C.M.R.

Document details his transfers while at war. 
 
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Herbert Driver - Casualty Form - CF2
Herbert Driver - Casualty Form - CF2
Particularizes transfers to various locations during the war. 
 
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Herbert Driver - Casualty Form - CF3
Herbert Driver - Casualty Form - CF3
Particularizes transfers to various locations during the war.

Concludes that Herbert was entitled to wear four blue service chevrons (one for each year of service). 
 
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Herbert Driver - Casualty Report Cards
Herbert Driver - Casualty Report Cards
Particularizes Herbert's medical treatments in hospitals during the war arising from a fall from his horse where the horse fell on him. 
 
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Herbert Driver - CEF Discharge Form
Herbert Driver - CEF Discharge Form
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Discharge Report
Herbert Driver - Discharge Report
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Hospital Cards
Herbert Driver - Hospital Cards
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Hospital Movement Cards
Herbert Driver - Hospital Movement Cards
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Medical Case History Sheet (MHS)
Herbert Driver - Medical Case History Sheet (MHS)
Particularizes his treatment for Gonorrhea and the dates while on furlough in Canada. Of interest is that treatment occurred 2 days after changes in separation pay removing his wife (Eunice) as the recipient for his mother. 
 
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Herbert Driver - Medical Case Sheet
Herbert Driver - Medical Case Sheet
Details his surgery for an inguinal hernia and related transfers between medical facilities. 
 
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Herbert Driver - Medical Venereal Case Sheet
Herbert Driver - Medical Venereal Case Sheet
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Military Chronology
Herbert Driver - Military Chronology
My summary of Herbert Driver's military records with citation references. 
 
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Herbert Driver - Military Will
Herbert Driver - Military Will
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Pay Ledger
Herbert Driver - Pay Ledger
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Pay Ledger - 1b
Herbert Driver - Pay Ledger - 1b
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Personnel Envelope
Herbert Driver - Personnel Envelope
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Pre-Embarkment - Sewell Camp Cards
Herbert Driver - Pre-Embarkment - Sewell Camp Cards
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Proceedings of Medical Board
Herbert Driver - Proceedings of Medical Board
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Proceedings of Medical Board 2
Herbert Driver - Proceedings of Medical Board 2
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Records of Service Casualty Forms
Herbert Driver - Records of Service Casualty Forms
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Separation Allowance
Herbert Driver - Separation Allowance
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Separation Allowance - 2
Herbert Driver - Separation Allowance - 2
 
 
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Herbert Driver - Temporary Medical Report
Herbert Driver - Temporary Medical Report
 
 
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Ipswich Map - Including Sgt. John Hovey's Residence
Ipswich Map - Including Sgt. John Hovey's Residence
Location on map of John Hovey's Residence is on East Street on the West side of the river (and Sawyer's Point). Nearly directly under the right extreme of the scales at the top of the map. 
 
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Marriage Certificate - Caleb Merritt & Harriett Mills
Marriage Certificate - Caleb Merritt & Harriett Mills
Caleb Merritt of the Parish of Greenwich in the Count of Kings and Harriott Mills of the Parish of Kingston and County aforesaid Spinster were married by Licence this nineteenth day of April in the year one thousand eight hundred and forty three... 
 
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Marriage Certificate - Daniel McGraw
Marriage Certificate - Daniel McGraw
Records are noted to be for Northumberland County, New Brunswick and the entry reads:

This is to certify that I have married Daniel McRaw (sic) and Mary Davis being of lawful age by Licence and consent of parents.

The witnesses include John Astle and Beryn (Berylyn?) Davis.

 
 
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Marriage Certificate - Edmund Price & Jane Webb
Marriage Certificate - Edmund Price & Jane Webb
 
 

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