Hattie B. Ginnan (about 1878—)

Hattie B. Ginnan1 was the daughter of Michael Ginnan and Manda Moody. She was born about 1878 at Michigan, USA. She lived in 1900 at Mersea, Essex, ON, CA. 1

She married Charles Armstrong. She married Charles Armstrong on 22 April 1900 at Wheatley, Mersea, Essex, ON, CA. 1

Charles Armstrong was the son of Charles Armstrong and Jane Armstrong. He was born on 14 June 1873 at Plympton, Lambton, ON, CA. 2,3 He worked as a Mill Man in 1900 in Tilbury East, Kent, ON, CA. 1

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Michael Ginnan

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Charles Armstrong

born 14 June 1873 at Plympton, Lambton, ON, CA died

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Charles Armstrong

born about 1835 at New Brunswick, Canada died 29 December 1900 at Lorne St, Alvinston, Brooke, Lambton, ON, CA

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Jane Armstrong

born about 1841 at Scotland died 3 October 1898 at lot 23 con 4, Enniskillen, Lambton, ON, CA

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Source: Marriage Register, Canada, Ontario

Type: Vital

Source: 1881 Census of Canada

Author: Dominion Bureau of Statistics

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Source: Birth Register, CA, Ontario

Type: Vital

Michigan, USA
 
Mersea, Essex, ON, CA

Township.  In 1990 became the municipality of Leamington.

 
Wheatley, Mersea, Essex, ON, CA

Town on the boundary between Mersea township in Essex and Romney township in Kent.

 
Plympton, Lambton, ON, CA

Township on Lake Huron.  Now part of the municipality of Plympton-Wyoming.

 
Tilbury East, Kent, ON, CA

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