Myrtle Mildred Church
ID # 480, (1881-1971)
|Father||George Church (1850-1941)|
|Mother||Harriet Cummins (1855-1918)|
|Birth||Myrtle Mildred Church was born on 29 September 1881 at East Flamboro Township, Wentworth County.|
|Marriage||She married Henry Franklin Anderson in 1900 at Hamilton, Ontario.|
Source: Marriage reg. 017454-00 Hamilton, Wentworth Co.
Henry Anderson, 22, bachelor, butcher, Methodist. Born Rockton, Ontario, residing Hamilton. Parents John Anderson and Marj Jane Burgess.
Myrtle Church, 18, spinster, born Flamboro, residing Hamilton. Methodist. parents George Church and Harriet 'Climen'.
Witnesses: Minnie Bloor of Ingersoll and Bertha Atkins of Hamilton.
At Hamilton, 12 July, 1900, by F.J. Atkins.
|Death||She died on 18 February 1971 at age 89.|
|Burial||She was buried at Woodland Cemetery, East Flamborough Township, Wentworth County.|
|Note||Birth reg. 038219-82 29 September 1881 Myrtle Mildred Church, d/o George Church, blacksmith, East Flamboro, and Harriet Cummins.|
In the 1901 census at Hamilton, she gives her birth as 15 May 1881 and Henry's as 23 November 1877.
At the time of the 1911 census, The family is in Saltfleet Township in Wentworth County. It appears that they only had one child, Floyd, for so he is called, and he is with them. Also with them is George Church, shown as father-in-law to Henry Anderson. Of course, he is Myrtle's father. His age is given as 60, he is shown as born in England, and he is shown as coming to Canada in 1860. The enumerator shows him as married, but his wife does not appear with him.
Child of Myrtle Mildred Church and Henry Franklin Anderson
|Last Edited||9 Jul 2016|