Fingleton Family Genealogy Forum
No, I still haven't found them. Elizabeth's husband, Nicholas Doyle died in 1877 and sometime between then and the 1881 census, I think she moved back to the Gaspe. They were living in Jacquet River, New Brunswick from somewhere after teh 1861 census. She moved back to the Gaspe at a time to just miss the census - I think that's why I can't find them in the 1881 census of New Brunswick or the Gaspe. One of the younger sons - Thomas Doyle died in 1880 in Grand Riviere. The youngest daughter, Elizabeth would have been 8 years old in 1881 so there must be some trace of them somewhere in the records.
Perhaps Elizabeth (the mother) married again - she was about 20 years younger than Nicholas. Would be most grateful if you could let me know if you see any sign of any Doyle children in the records. Nicholas' youngest son from his first marriage, Patrick Doyle lived with his aunt, Margaret McNeil so I know all about him.
Many thanks for getting in touch. Carole Doyle Roberts
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