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

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

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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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