Hope everything is well with you.Sorry I am a little late getting back to you, had several problems going on, one of which I had to take Brian (husband) to the Hospital with a very high pulse rate, high Blood Pressure reading and generally not feeling well or "right".Got to Emerg. They took him right away and put him on a heart machine. When read it showed a slight "something" bottom left under ribs.Took it again 2 hours later and it had rectified itself.All Heart blood tests showed normal, Thank God, but they kept him in for 2 days just in case.They did give him a stress test too which was great.They don't know what happened but said if it happens again they will send him to North Bay (Ontario) for a deeper stress test. He seems fine now.
Anyway must thank you for the great site, it is amazing. Checked and found as you mentioned Arthur was there as a constable, baker, etc., addresses too!Wonderful information.
Wonder what happened after 1932-1933, possible death? Tried looking but haven't found anything yet.
I am not used to searching in Canadian Records as most of my rellies are from Liverpool, Eng. Devon, Cumberland and Ireland, so I am great with them.Looking for the orphange records in Ottawa that all Roman Catholic Children were sent to before being "farmed out" to jobs.It is very hard to find these "Home Children" records and so many people are trying to find these children to find the rest of their relatives.I am one of the lucky ones in finding some material, and I now know that Bridgit was alive at least until 1933 and in the Montreal Area, so maybe I will get lucky a little more and find some of the children's children.
Well better close this novel Dave, just wanted you to know that I received your welcome letter with the information and that I thank you very very much for your help, it is much appreciated.