A book at Family search
The Family Tree of Henry & Dove Burton: from c.1760 to the early 1900s from primarily Dorset, Hampshire, Somerset and Wiltshire By Norman Burton
A4, 96 pages with black-and-white photographs
Information received from DianeWednesday, 5 January 2022
a few different ways), Mansbridge, Lutman,
Green, Haysman (spelled a few different
ways), Bavidge, Voller (spelled a few
different ways), Snell, Mainer, Young, Lee,
I have been working on this project since April 2019. Last night, I was able to find the person, Delia Massicotte, who I believe is Vic's maternal grandmother.
I believe that the husband of Delia was
William Scott. He was born in
England in about 1902. I think he was a
Home Child. He married in 1924 in Toronto.
I have William Scott's parents' names but
no children for Delia and William. I
believe William and Delia had children but i
could not find any yet. I believe their
daughter, who would be Vic's mother, was
born in the mid 1920's, met one of our
Burton men, had a child out of wedlock, and
that is Vic, whom she gave up for adoption.
There was no husband for Delia but because I saw the marriage record in Toronto, I have started to update the family records.
If you look later today or tomorrow, you
will see my work. I will not be putting in
our line of Burton nor Vic at this time. It
all needs to be proven.
All for now. Catch you later. I will let you know about my iPads after Saturday.
NB: I have a copy of the GED file [ Longhur.ged and Preston.ged saved on my PC ]
William Henry Longhurst 1817-1890 and Ann Preston Longhurst 1825-1873