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1. Title:   1911 Census of Canada
 Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1857-1922
 Ontario, Canada Deaths, 1869-1932
 1901 Census of Canada
 Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1907

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Text:   Cemetery Records.

Notes
a. Note:   N37 1901 Canadian Census.
 William Ormsby, listed as William Ormsley, born 25 Nov 1862 in Ontario. He is married to Maud. Children are Edrie, age 11, Evelyn, age 9, Norma, age 6, Olive, age 4, Margaret, age 3. Religion is Presbyterian. Occupation is merchant. There are two servants living in the house with the family. Both servants earned $30/year.
  26 Sep 1906.
 Village of Severn Bridge burns to the ground.
  1911 Canadian Census Maud Ormsby, born in Jun 1870 and widowed, is living on 60 Cordent St, Ward 7, York South. She has no occupation. She is living with her seven children: Edrie Maud, 22, Evelyn, 19, Norma Pauline, 16, Olive Willemina, 15, Marguerite, 13, Wilma, 9, and Ausborne, 7. Evelyn is working. Occupation is illegible.
  17 Nov 1917
 Evelyn Clarice Ormsby, 25, married John Byard Player, 31. Both lived in Toronto. John Byard was born in England, Evelyn Clarice in Severn Bridge. Occupations are illegible. JB is a Baptist and Evelyn Presbyterian. Witnesses are Julia Young of 225 ? Ave Toronto and Phoebe Powell of Toronto.
  1922
 Cecil Porter: My mother Edrie told me that she used to walk to the Muskoka Hospital to visit Evelyn . She remembered her as being very beautiful, and mentioned her large black eyes.
  20 May 1922
 Clarice Evelyn Player died at the Muskoka Hospital for Consumptives at age 29 years, 3 months and 9 days. The informant was Mrs. Ormsby, her mother, of Gravenhurst. She was buried on 25 May 1922 in Orillia. She died of pulmonary tuberculosis. She had been ill for 10 months.
  Buried in same plot with William Ormsby.


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