Item: Emma LEE (164018)

Given Name(s):
Emma
Surname:
LEE
Gender:
F
Age:
10
Year of Arrival:
1871
Ship:
PRUSSIAN
Date of Arrival:
1871-06-26
Sent by:
Maria Rye
Notes:
Jun 5 1871, Orphan, Fareham Union paid £12 Mentioned in book ‘Home Children’ by Harrison in a letter dated 2 Oct 1871 from Fareham to Emma Boys- “Emma Lee who wrote a very nice letter to her grandmother saying how happy she is.” - (could be brother - “sailed 7 Sep for Belleville with 6 more boys in the care of Miss Macpherson. These are those who went A Lewis (Adolphus), C Lee, W Parsons, G Goddard, W Churcher, A Cooper and A Baker) 1875 Inspection Report - St. Catharines Centre, Rev G Burson, Inspector, 15, Fareham Workhouse 1871, MC, with Thos Gibson, St Catherines, adopted, usual terms, here 5 years, housework. An excellent home, well cared for and a fine girl. 1878 Rye Report - #302-7, (Co Welland crossed out) Lincoln 1881 Census - Emma LEE, 20, Eng, Meth, servant, with Hance SHIPLEY, farmer, Yarmouth Township, Elgin County, A1, pg 38, LAC microfilm C-13265.
Record Title:
Maria Rye Index, 1869-1879
Source:
Maria Rye Index, 1869-1879: Notes about the Sources and the Ships
Database Item Number:
164018
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