Title: 1881 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm
Page: Age 2
Title: 1891 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm
Page: Age 12
Note: Familiar name per marrige notice.
Note: 9 Per 1891 Census. Per "John Lawson Gerow" from George Gerow, August 19, 2001.
Note: Date Oct 13 1878 per email from Elaine Gaffield, Sep 13, 2002. Date 187
Note: per email from Elaine Gaffield, Sep 13, 2002.
Note: Age 2 at 1881 Census: see Nathaniel Gaffield (grandfather)
Note: Age 12 at 1891 Census: see Nathaniel Gaffield (grandfather)
Note: y 15th, 1903, at the home of Mrs. T. Foster, Frankford, when her niece, Miss Bertie T. Johnston, was married to Mr. Jack Gaffield, of Roslin. Rev. Wm. Higgs, Cloyne, conducted the ceremony in the presence of about sixty guests. The bride was given away by H. Foster ... The bridesmaid was Miss Bessie Lowery, ... Little Miss Olive Gaffield acted as flower girl .... The groom was ably supported by his brother, Mr. A. Gene Gaffield, of Castleton. The wedding march was played by Miss Myrtle Foster, Trenton. .... The out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Duncan, Misses Rutherford, Miss Duncan, and Messrs. D. P. Leslie and T. Elliott, Roslin; Misses Johnston, Miss M. Foster and Messrs. F. Johnston and A. Hosey, Trenton; Mr. and Mrs. N. Gaffield, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gerow, Miss Gaffield, the Misses Gerow, Miss A. Mabee, and Messrs. Jack and Wm. Gerow, W. Purdy and F. O. Mallory, Castleton; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wright, Murray; Mr. Clifford Brown, Brighton; Miss Pearl Gaffield, Manchester, N. Y.; Miss E. Ashley, West Huntingdon; Dr. and Mrs. Walt, Stirling." from Carol Brown's book of new articles, copied at The Cobourg Public Library, Oct 2001
Note: "Gaffield-Johnston - A very pretty wedding took place on Wednesday, Jul
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