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James J Swain  ( 1845 - )

parents
born in Wye 1845
christened in
died in
buried
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effects
occupation
Biography
   They had at least nine children (six born in Manitoba, Canada)
 1871 Apparently they took the Ajax ship to Boston, USA and eventually headed for Canada where they stayed.They were part of the Red River Settlement and Hudson Bay Company.
Biography

They had at least nine children (six born in Manitoba, Canada)

1871
Apparently they took the Ajax ship to Boston, USA and eventually headed for Canada where they stayed.They were part of the Red River Settlement and Hudson Bay Company.

Marriage
(Ages +/-1)
Year   Reg. DistrictChurchNameAgeSpouseAgeCurate
1867 Elham  James J Swain21Ann Hayward22 
Demography
(Elham Parish only)
YearNamePropertyAddressRelationConOccupationAgeBorn  
1871James J SwainS.M.Cotts - Upper Cottage (bottom) site of Duke StreetHead  25Kent
1861James Swain2 Pound LaneVicarage CornerSonUAgricultural Labourer15Wye
Relationships
(Calculated from the demography records)
Name Relation GBornPlaceDiedPlaceOccupation
Rhoda SwainMotherF1825Wye1916Elham 
Richard Henry AthowFatherM1828Elham1917ElhamLabourer
George HaywardBrother In LawM1842Stowting  Agricultural Labourer
Ann HaywardWifeF1844Kent   
Mary Ann AthowSisterF1853Elham   
Thomas William AthowBrotherM1856Elham1938ElhamHurdle Maker
William Henry AthowBrotherM1858Elham1935ElhamFarmer
Annie J SwainDaughterF1867Kent   
Alfred G SwainSonM1869Kent