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Children Who Came With Mrs. Joyce

Extracted from documents found in the National Archives of Canada (NAC). You can obtain a copy of the document from the NAC by quoting the NAC Reference number.

Mrs. Joyce was the head of the British Women's Emigration Association. This group mostly brought women to Canada but on occasion young people would came in the parties. Often these young people were to be delivered to the Canadian representative of an agency.

Union NAC Reference Name, etc. Agency Notes/Arrival
  RG 17 756 #78240 Botwood, John (17 yrs.) (RC - big and strong been in house and stables) Mrs. Joyce Sardinian - April 16, 1891 - to Ottawa
  RG 17 756 #78240 Creator, James (18 yrs.) (Worked on allotments grounds, and been in an hotel) Mrs. Joyce Sardinian - April 16, 1891 - to Ottawa
  RG 17 756 #78240 Hunt, William (17 yrs.) (Farm lad - to be placed near Joseph Robson) Mrs. Joyce Sardinian - April 16, 1891 - to Ottawa
  RG 17 756 #78240 Keeping, Charles (16 yrs.) (RC - big and strong been in stables six years) Mrs. Joyce Sardinian - April 16, 1891 - to Ottawa
  RG 17 756 #78240 Marsh, James (big and strong, labouring work and stables) Mrs. Joyce Sardinian - April 16, 1891 - to Ottawa
  RG 17 756 #78240 Robson, Joseph
(cattle boy - to be placed near Wm. Hunt)
Mrs. Joyce Sardinian - April 16, 1891 - to Ottawa
  RG 17 662 #75375 Wright, Edith Mrs. Joyce  1890


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