Looking for Information on the Native Fort Farm of Fred Sadler of Almonte

Looking for Information on the Native Fort Farm of Fred Sadler of Almonte


Clipped from The Ottawa Journal,  03 Jun 1939, Sat,  Page 21

1921 Census

Name: Fred Sadler
Gender: Male
Racial or Tribal Origin: English
Nationality: Canada
Marital Status: Married
Birth Place: England
Year of Immigration: 1881
Residence Date: 1 Jun 1921
House Number: 84
Residence Street or Township: Ramsay
Residence City, Town or Village: Township of Ramsay
Residence District: Lanark
Residence Province or Territory: Ontario
Residence Country: Canada
Relation to Head of House: Head
Spouse’s Name: Janet Sadler
Father Birth Place: England
Mother Birth Place: England
Can Speak English?: Yes
Can Speak French?: No
Religion: Presbyterian
Can Read?: Yes
Can Write?: Yes
Months at School: 0000
Occupation: Farmer
Employment Type: 3 Own Account
Nature of Work: Own Farm B
Municipality: Ramsay
Enumeration District: 97
Sub-District: Ramsay (Township)
Sub-District Number: 39
Home Owned or Rented: Owned
Monthly Rental: BB
Class of House: Single House
Materials of Construction: Wood
Number of Rooms: 6 8
Enumerator: James Stule
District Description: Polling Division No. 4 – Comprising the 7th and 8th concessions, from lot no. 15 to lot no. 27 inclusive; and also the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th concessions, from lot no. 16 to lot no. 27 inclusive
Neighbours: View others on page
Line Number: 38
Family Number: 84
Household Members Age Relationship
Fred Sadler Head
Janet Sadler Wife
James Sadler 6 Son
Houard Sadler 9 Son
Gertrude Sadler 4 Daughter

Looking for information on this Indian Fort.. email sav_77@yahoo.com


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