In case it is of interest to Bill Francis and others on this list, the
AGS Edmonton Branch index to the 1901 Canadian Census shows that there
were some Beamish family members living in the Gainsboro area and Indian
Head at in 1901
Ellen (wife) b:ONT/1853 -Gainsbro p10
Fredrick F (son) b:ONT/1897 -Gainsbro p11
Henry W (son) b:ONT/1891 -Gainsbro p11
Lottie M F (empl) b:ENG/1884 -IndianHd p3
Martha E (dau) b:ONT/1887 -Gainsbro p11
Mary E (dau) b:ONT/1878 -Gainsbro p10
Myrtle (wife) b:USA/1882 - Gainsbro p10
Thomas (head) b:ONT/1847 - Gainsbro p10
Thomas W (head) b:ONT/1876 -Gainsbro p10
Violet (dau) b:ONT/1895 - Gainsbro p11
Wm (son) b:ONT/1879 - Gainsbro p10
From: Bill Francis [mailto:bill.francis@...
Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2004 6:29 AM
Subject: Just a question
My name is Bill Francis and I have been working on my family tree now
for about three years. Had to have something to do when I retired. I
have been searching for a Great Aunt (Maud Beamish) married to William
Beamish and my info source told me they moved west (From Ontario).
Thanks to the Alberta Family Histories Web Site I found them on the 1906
Census of Canada for Saskatchewan District # 11(Assiniboia East)
Subdistrict # ! Page 14.
My question is where is Gainsboro, is it in Alberta or Saskatchewan?
Andis there a cemetery there or a death notice searchable Web site for
same area. As well as finding Maud I also found her brother Thomas
Francis . Any help would be appreciated