Wow, what can I say, I never really expected anything to come from my message.I have been researching Bridget for several years, and as I mentioned found some info, including her marriage.To actually find her children is mind boggling.
As I had your names to go on I was able to find 3 in the Drouin Collection of Bapt.I am so thrilled.
Trying to find more, also looking for possible marriages, especially of the two boys, if I can find those I will be a happy camper!!!! As they will carry the name on.
At least now I know that Bridget was still in the Montreal Area until 1926.
It must have been terrifying for all these Home Children being sent off to a new country not knowing anyone etc., I do believe that Bridget was sent to Ottawa to a R.C. Institution as most of the R.C.'s were.I can find no record of her (not including her passage over here)after landing in Montreal in 1907, next record was the 1911 Census then Marriage in 1916.
Well better stop this chatter, just so happy to find more info on my little Bridget and I thank you so much.
Happy searching Rosemary, Canada
P.S. Bridget's last name confuses me a bit......Maille dit St.Aubin (any idea what the dit means)Have tried many variations of the name!