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Posted by: Vickey Posted on: 05. Nov 2008 at 19:43
I have the Moss diaries and I am familar with the other sites except for www.deathindexes.com/canada.html Thank you annapolis
Posted by: annapolis Posted on: 05. Nov 2008 at 18:08
I checked the Moss Diaries for information but not much was available.
William H (Fat) Reid b.about 1890 d. April 13, 1963
Doesn't list a marriage or any descendants, just son of Samuel.
There are quite a few other Reid's listed in the Moss Diaries that I can check for you if you provide more names.
These are some sites you may want to check.

www.deathindexes.com/canada.html
this site will take you to deaths for Canada and the US

www.ancestry.ca

www.novascotiagenealogy.com
Samuel and Jessie's marriage is on this site and gives dates of birth, where born and parents names.

http://automatedgenealogy.com
you can easily access census information through this site

www.collectionscanada.gc.ca
has a list of various sites to explore including Soldiers of the First World War

If I find anything else I will make another post.
Val
Posted by: Vickey Posted on: 05. Nov 2008 at 10:04
Anna Reid and Mary Ann Reid were b. in springhill. They were two of the daughters of Samuel and Jessie Ann (Campbell) Reid.(My GGrandparents)

No trace of Anna b.1890 after the 1901 Canadian census and no record of a marriage for her.

Mary Ann Reid b.1905 and her Mother Jessie Ann traveled to Mass. USA to visit sister/daughter Agnes Butler in 1924. That is the last I could trace either of those two.

Did William Hector Reid "Fat" marry?

All the research I have done and these are my major brick walls Cry

Thank you kindly for any and all info Smiley