I just recently discovered Florence (Clay) Cameron, her husband Alfred E. Cameron, son Vernon H. b.1889, son Walter Rufus b.June 26, 1892, and daughter Elizabeth Grace b.June 4, 1899 listed in 1900 Census for Boston, MA at 58 Regent St., 21st Ward, Suffolk County. The census shows Alfred emigrating to Boston in 1882 (perhaps for work?), Florence and Vernon emigrating in 1890.
Also found Alfred's mother Hannah (Cook) Cameron and his seven siblings (George, Edmund, William H., Ernest D., Stella M., Charles Robert (my line), Herbert) listed in 1900 Census at 63 Regent St.Had run into a brick wall with this family after the 1891 census on PEI....seems they emigrated in 1892 to Boston.Don't know where Alfred's father George was in 1900....Hannah is listed as married, not widowed on census.
You've probably checked the Island Register site, but just in case you haven't, I found the following: 1891 census: Charles Clay, age 65, F. Baptist, Lot 54-0 (My Cameron family also listed as Baptist on Lot 54 in 1891 census)
1901 census: Charles Clay Sr., age 75, Baptist, Farmer, Lot 54 There are other Clays listed in both census reports.
I have an Eliza Taylor b.abt 1820, m.Robert Frederick Currie(my gmother's line).Wonder if she's any relation to mother of Florence, Elizabeth Taylor.
Very interested in learning more about my newly discovered family member Florence Clay Cameron.