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Re: Prouty's settled in Canada
Posted by: Pam Gow (ID *****0198) Date: June 28, 2008 at 15:12:43
In Reply to: Re: Prouty's settled in Canada by Kevin Prouty of 765

Hi Kevin,

I have been researching the Prouty line in Canada because I have a theory that they are somehow connected to my line through a common ancestor.

I tried to look at your family tree, but I guess Ancestry is charging now for that also.

From the 1901 and 1911 Census I have information on Charles Prouty b. 10/31/1864, and Wife Emma E. Do you know what Emma's maiden name was? Their children were: Charles E, Alexander R, Clarence E, Herbert W/M, Christina E, Mary E, Helen B and Harold M. (They sure liked E's didn't they)

Do you know who Charles Father was?

In the 1901 census it looks like Charles birthplace was PEI, but in the 1910 census it is Quebec. Under the column for racial/tribal origin it appears to be Dutch. His religion was Methodist and he was a farmer.

Would appreciate any other informtion you could give me on this line.


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