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GERMAN FAMILY TREE INFORMATION FROM THE
1911 Canadian Census Records
Ancestry.ca has more than 500 German surname census records, showing that the average German household size in Canada was between 4 and 5 members. The average age of German children in 1911 was 12, with a paternal average age of 44 and a maternal average age of 39. Common first names for German household fathers in 1911 included John, William, and Henry and common first names for mothers included Mary, Annie, and Elizabeth. In 1911, approximately 41 individuals were recorded in the district of Digby, 25 were recorded in the district of Winnipeg City and 24 were recorded in the district of Oxford North, among others. Common places of birth for German parents were noted as Ontario, "England", and "Russia". Some common heritage designations for the German surname were listed as English, Irish, and German.

GERMAN FAMILY TREE INFORMATION FROM THE
1901 Canadian Census Records
Ancestry.ca has more than 400 German surname census records, showing that the average German household size in Canada was between 4 and 5 members. The average age of German children in 1901 was 15, with a paternal average age of 47 and a maternal average age of 43. Some records show that occupations for German household members in 1901 were entered as Farmer, Blacksmith, and Carpenter, among others. Common first names for German household fathers in 1901 included John, William, and Henry and common first names for mothers included Mary, Annie, and Elizabeth. In 1901, approximately 42 individuals were recorded in the district of Oxford, 27 were recorded in the district of Hastings and 24 were recorded in the district of Digby, among others. Common places of birth for German parents were noted as Ontario, "Ns", and "Austria". Some common heritage designations for the German surname were listed as English, German, and Irish.

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