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Name Milson, Elizabeth
Othernames neé Elizabeth Dixon
Born August 2, 1836
Birthplace England
Places of residence Maple Grove Farm (Concession 11), Goring district of Euphrasia Township, Grey County
Nationality English
Notes Elizabeth Dixon married William Milson in 1866. They farmed in the Goring district of Euphrasia Township, Grey County, at "Maple Grove Farm" (Concession 11).

Their children attended S.S. No. 9 Goring School.

William passed away in 1896. The widowed Elizabeth passed away May 16, 1926. They are buried at Walters Falls United Church cemetery.

In the 1901 census, Elizabeth's year of emigration was recorded as 1__.
Occupation Homemaker / Farm Wife
Publications EUPHRASIA: GLIMPSES PAST AND PRESENT, 1989
Role Homemaker
Spouse William Milson (1866)
Children Mary J. Milson
Elizabeth Milson
William George Milson (known as George)
Clara Milson
Rodger Milson

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Image of 1965.001.019 - Apron

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