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Re: [TSL] Cook/ Phibben
<marj@uwaterloo.ca> on 06/16/2017

Florence and Evelyn Phibben arrived on the ship Lake Manitoba, 29  
March 1912, at Saint John, New Brunswick.

Regards..

Marj


Quoting Liz Maxwell <lizmax@optusnet.com.au>:

> Hi,
>
> I am trying to help my cousin trace her mother’s uncles who went to  
> Canada from England. I have found one of them James Cook b 1887 on  
> the 1916 census for Canada with his wife Florence and 4 children. It  
> says that James, Florence and the eldest child Evelin went to Canada  
> in 1912
> I have been unable to find them on any passenger lists and hoping  
> that someone more experienced than me at this can help.
> I have also not found a marriage for James and Florence so it could  
> be possible that she travelled under the surname Phibben also Evelin.
> It is also possible that James brother Thomas b 1890 travelled with them
>
> Hope that someone can help
>
> Regards
>
> Liz Maxwell
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