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Taryn
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Wilkie Family
10. Dec 2006 at 17:57
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My Great Grandfather, William Ralph Wilkie, came to Canada in 1902 with his Aunt and Uncle, Mary and James McDonald, the McDonalds Grandson, John Miller and a few other family members. I have found them in the 1911 census, living in Springhill. Both William, who went by Ralph, and John worked the mines. I am unsure of the other family member's names. I have been told that they were Wilkies. Mt GGrandfather would never talk about Scotland or his family, so we really have nowhere to start from. I was hoping the McDonald family might have some answers for us. If anyone out there came help, please let me know. Taryn
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Reply #1 - 05. Feb 2012 at 09:57
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Ralph Wilkie arrived in Halifax aboard S.S. Siberian 03 Sep 1903. He is listed with passengers Mrs Mary McDonald (my g-grandmother), George (last name just shows " under Mary McDonald) but I'm sure this is George Calder, Thomas McDonald (my grandfather). Ralph Wilkie is shown as age 8. I have more information on the McDonald, Calder, Wilkie family if you are interested.
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