|Spouse Name:||Eliza (Elizabeth) Counerty|
|Spouse Birth Place:||Ontario|
|Spouse Residence:||Kitley Township|
|Marriage Date:||4 Nov 1868|
I had to really dig for this… really dig.. The missing daughter’s name was Sarah
|Birth Date||17 Mar 1880|
|Birthplace (Original)||Kitley, Leeds, Ontario|
|Father’s Name||James Latrace|
|Mother’s Name||Eliza Conerty|
She was born in March of 1880 and her mother died in June of 1880– but not in Kitley — In Toronto–and her child Sarah was only a few months. I assume that family came and got the child, or he gave her away as nothing could be found. There was nothing more that could be found about her. Beside her name was just marked deceased. I figure they probably changed her name.
Just a sign of the times sad to say.
Childbirth in much of human history has been a class act. The upper classes were encouraged to reproduce as much as possible, and a woman who was pregnant or recovering from childbirth took time to rest while servants took care of her and the child. The lower classes worked right up to and soon following birth, as they had to work to eat. The upper classes also had the latest medical knowledge at their fingertips, but this wasn’t always such a good thing.
At the beginning of the 20th century, childbirth was attended to naturally without the aid of a hospital or a nurse. Especially in the country where farm houses were isolated from their neighbors, the responsibility of delivering the child fell to the eldest in the family. It was even rare that a midwife would attend. While a family would be tightly united through experiencing such an event, the lack of medical attention frequently led to health and medical complications. For every 1000 live births in 1900, 6-9 women died of pregnancy related complications and approximately 100 infants died before the age of 1 year.
Wife and mother
|Death Date||17 Jun 1880|
|Death Place||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Death Place||Toronto, York, Ontario, Canada|
|Death Age||38 years|
|Birth Year (Estimated)||1842|
|Spouse’s Name||James Latrace|
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