Hi Christina May Hazelby wasn't a close relative ( according to Ancestry, she was the wife of a 2nd cousin twice removed !) I just took interest because of her workhouse stay, so it's a bit surreal to have her brought to life by you !! The youngest sister Mary may well have done what you were told, but if she did, she returned to Skipton because she married an Albert Edward Beaumont there in 1831.It looks like his mother "misbehaved" because he has no father's name on the cert. If you would like me to send you a copy of the photo of J B Slater and family drop me an E-mail, you may already have a copy so here are the subjects ---John Bertram and his brother Joseph are standing at the back, and sitting at the front are --Rosa, Ina, Marjorie and Josephine, dont know when it was taken but the 2 youngest would appear to be about 7 & 9 yrs old.Your mother it would seem had a very early visit to Canada with her parents. There's a doc. on Ancestry showing their return to Liverpool in 1923 ( I think) when Rosa was just 1 yr old, they might have waited a few years so she would get some enjoyment from the trip !Remember I said that if you got to see Ancestry member's public trees, to look for the "White family tree" ? well he has been in touch with me. I dont think I can be of any help to him, but was thinking he may be able to tell you more about JB Slater, would you like me to direct him to your Query on genforum ?Thanks again for fleshing out my "tiny" ancestor !!