Ann E. Vanatter (about 1871—)

Ann E. Vanatter1 was the daughter of George Vanatter and Eliza Beech. She was born about 1871 at Lucknow, Kinloss, Bruce, ON, CA. 1 She lived in 1901 in Oxford North, Oxford, ON, CA. 1

She married George Wesley Temple. She married George Wesley Temple on 20 March 1901 at 82 Askin St, London, ON, CA. 1

George Wesley Temple2 was the son of James M. Temple and Margaret McLellan. He was born on 13 January 1875 at Dorchester North, Middlesex, ON, CA. 3,2 He worked as a Farmer in 1901 at Dorchester North, Middlesex, ON, CA. 1

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Source: Marriage Register, Canada, Ontario

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Source: Birth Register, CA, Ontario

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Source: 1881 Census of Canada

Author: Dominion Bureau of Statistics

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Lucknow, Kinloss, Bruce, ON, CA

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Oxford North, Oxford, ON, CA

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82 Askin St, London, ON, CA

From 1898 to 1901 the home of Rev. Joseph William Holmes at which several marriages were performed.

 
Dorchester North, Middlesex, ON, CA

Township.  In 1851 when the county boundaries became effective as a result of the implementation of the Durham Report the township of Dorchester was divided between the new Elgin and Middlesex counties.

 
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