Addington Census Records - Joiner

More than 17 census records are available for the Joiner family, from both 1901 and 1911.

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Sample 1901 Addington census records about the Joiner family available from
A Joiner family household of at least 9 members residing in the district of Addington was recorded in 1901. The head of household, Charles Joiner, was born in Ontario in 1855. He identified his heritage as Irish. By 1901, at the age of 46, he had an occupation that was recorded as "Butcher". Charles's wife was Margaret Joiner, who was 45 years old. Margaret was born in Ontario in 1856. She identified her heritage as German. Charles and Margaret had 7 children, 4 boys and 3 girls. In 1881 their eldest child, a girl named Edith, was born. Two years later, in 1883, when Charles was 28 years old and Margaret was 27 years old their second child, this time a son, who was named Edward, was born. Then, in 1886, with their two children ages 5 years and 3 years, their third child, Florence, was born. In 1901 another son, their fourth child and second boy, George, was born. With four other children in the household, their fifth child and third boy, William, was born in 1892. He was followed by 2 more children: their son Frank, born in 1895; and their daughter Hazel, born in 1899. Thus, at the time of the 1901 census, this Joiner family household was filled with 7 children whose ages were 2, 6, 8, 13, 16, 18, and 20 years.

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