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George Charter(s) c1850-1909 - Toronto area & NY
Posted by: Kurtis Wieting (ID *****6484) Date: December 05, 2006 at 19:31:59
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Looking for information on George Charter(s) who appeared in Brewster, Putnam, NY by 1872 and married there Josephine Losee. Had his own dry goods store until it burned down, and worked for the Borden milk factory until his death in 1909.

Suspect that this George Charter(s) was born to Joseph Charter and Mary Ann Egan of York Township, Ontario. The family also lived in Toronto. Joseph Charter was born circa 1809 and was buried in 1870 at St. James Anglican Church in Toronto.

Other members of the Joseph Charters and Mary Ann Egan family include daughters Jane (m. Benjamin Graham) and Mary; sons Thomas, Henry and Joseph. This Joseph may have lived in nearby Connecticut and was enumerated there in the 1900 census.

I believe this George Charter was first married to Mary Ann Johnson in Toronto in 1866. Married second, Josephine Losee in Brewster NY in 1872. I believe that the groom in both marriages is the same man but looking for confirmation.

Joseph Charter (c1809-1870) may be connected to George Charters of Scarborough, Ontario in the 1861 census.

Please reply if you have information on the same.

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