Sunday, January 29, 2006

Cowans and Neighbors 1911 Puslinch, Wellington Co. Ontario, Canada


Page 7 Puslinch Twp. Sub-Dist. # 27
Scott, Arch
Scott, Mary
Scott, Robert?
Scott, James
Scott, Lisabeth/Elizabeth
Scott, Walter
Scott, Andrew
Scott, Margaret
McDonald, Donald
McDonald, Catherine
McDonald, Edith
McDonald, Francis
McDonald, Anna?
[unreadable], Mary
McPherson, Alex.
McPherson, [unreadable],
McPherson, Robert J.
McPherson, James
McPherson, Catherine
McPherson, Jane
Bowman?, Wellington
Cowan, Walter
Cowan, Annie
Cowan, James
Cowan, Walter

Interesting that they are next-door neighbors to the McPhersons; Annie was a McPherson. Also notice the Scott family further up the page. Walter's grandmother was a Scott. Wouldn't it be interesting if they were all relatives?

The index is found on the Wellington County site: http://www.wellingtonogs.on.ca/2004/1911Census/PuslinchTwp.htm

This section was transcribed by Susanne Metcalfe -- thanks, Susanne!

By the way, 1901 is also indexed, but I don't see our Cowans. Did I miss something? See for yourself: http://www.wellingtonogs.on.ca/2004/1901Census/PuslinchTwp.htm

Cowan Marriage Bonds in Upper and Lower Canada: http://valoriez.blogspot.com/2005/06/cowan-marriage-bonds-in-upper-and.html

Ontario COWANs, 1871 Census: http://valoriez.blogspot.com/2004/07/ontario-cowans-1871-census.html

Dad's WWII Enlistment File: http://genweblog.blogspot.com/2006/07/wwii-enlistment-file.html

Thomas Cowan WWI Attestation: http://valoriez.blogspot.com/2005/09/thomas-cowan-wwi-attestation.html
(scroll down; not ours -- isn't Grandpa's brother in there somewhere?)

James Cowan & family, Wellington County 1901 Census, Guelph: http://valoriez.blogspot.com/2004/05/james-cowan-wellington-1901-census.html

FOUR COWAN FAMILIES by Jennie F. Cowan: http://valoriez.blogspot.com/2004/05/four-cowan-families-by-jennie-f-cowan.html

Cowans in the Wellington County Historical Atlas: http://valoriez.blogspot.com/2004/05/cowans-in-wellington-county-historical.html


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