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Sophia Dearle was born in the UK (nee George) in 1851 in Chertsey Surrey she married Arthur Baker Dearle in 1875
They had 6 children (that i have found), Ethel, George, Kate, Edith, Walter & Robert Henry
I had a hint on Ancestry that she may be on the 1916 Canada census of Manitoba and the Canadian passenger list 1865-1935
Her parents were Henry George and Euphemia (nee SOUCH )
any info would be very much appreciated on any of them listed above
Please note there is also a posting on this subject HERE
Hi Hill you have gone and done it again THANKYOU xxxxxxx
Hi Zillah having fun in the chat I see,now I will have to figure out pmsl.Thanks LOL
Now bear with me in he Manitoba Vitals there is Arthur Baker Dearle died 21 Oct 1923 in Fox Warren, Walter Dearle married Marion Macauly 16 Oct 1919 in Winnipeg, George Dearle married Elizabeth Simpson 28 May 1926 in Fox Warren.
Now with the new info I am thinking you should post in the Manitoba Group,see what the members can do for you.Ancestry does have the newspapers for Manitoba & Winnipeg but I cannot seem to find anything.This part of Ancestry is new to me so that could be the problem.
Also what info do you have on the daughters of Arthur Dearle,did they also come to Canada most likely under a married name.
Hope you dont mind me reading the article Jean sent you on the Dearle family,with mention of Arthur & family in Winnipeg,would be best to post in Manitoba never know could make a connection.
this is just a quickie as i got to leave for work in 20 mins but i will be back later this afternoon when i get home
ok i have found Walter Dearle LEAVING england on 13 may 1910 from Liverpool on the vessel VICTORIA
i havent got your new info on Arthurs death or walter and georges marriages ..so im so pleased you found them for me xxxxx THANKYOU
i have no info on Arthurs daughters at all so i will see if they all landed up in Canada with him .they could have arrived in Quebec at a later date the sons seemed to have travelled seperately in different years. i will do a posting in Manitoba
i DONT mind that you read Jeans ..all info i think is there for everyone to read on all postings .someone else might jump in as well lol all hands on deck so to speak
have u got ancestry ? on there is a tab ( when you are in your tree) along the top and it says ...."relationship to you" you click on that and it calculates your relationship to them its brilliant cos you can keept tabs from your pedigree line to the leaves .......i think my Dearles are an insect on a bud hahahahahahahah
well i must close for now and i will be back when i get home about 2pm uk time
Thankyou again very much appreciated xxx
I checked on the Canadian Western Land Grantsand found a George and Walter Dearle applied for patents. Liber = Volume and the date range is when the patent was granted. It would appear that George was in Manitoba SW 19-27-8-W1 and Walter was sharing with Knut Nelson Kvitze on NE 31-13-25-W3 which would put him in Saskatchewan. Each of these is a 1/4 section or 160 acres.
|847||18. Dec. 1919||30. Dec. 1919||C-6616|
|851||21. Jan. 1920||30. Jan. 1920||C-6619-C-6620|
I hope this helps.
Duncan, British Columbia, Canada
hi Al thankyou i will have a look at this later
Oh, dear, so duplicate postings are encouraged ?
Might be the son of Robert H Dearle (Also Robert H. Dearle) WW2 http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/collections/virtualmem/detail/2222812
His wife died in B.C. https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FL1W-2DS