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Re: Harold Buston of Canada?
Posted by: Charlie Eldridge (ID *****4692) Date: April 26, 2004 at 23:44:37
In Reply to: Harold Buston of Canada? by kim buston of 11


One of my Buston ancestors Louis Buston left London for Canada where he had four children Margory, Mary, Patrick and Josephine.

Louis was born in 1886 in Hampstead and still in London in 1901 census so assumed he left in early 1900s and children born around 1910-1920. They were my grandmother's first cousins and she kept in contact with at least one of them but I have not found any correspondence - she died in 1998 - and apart from Mary they all married and had children, Mary appears to have married but died without issue.

Does any of this make sense and how would I trace them in Canada?


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