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    Many thanks for these helpful suggestions. My education is ongoing!

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    Many years later, I am back on this forum, still unable to find the final whereabouts of my g-g grandmother Rebecca (nee Pinder) Wilks Walker. There is information on her and her family and their migrations earlier in this thread. The family did emigrate to Canada and the US in 1871. I'm certain the passenger list mentioned previously was for this family. She and Alfred Walker are not in any records after the 1881 Canada census. Rebecca did visit her daughter Jane Dagwell in Indian River Michigan and had her photo taken at a studio there. There is a death record of an Alfred Walker, steamboat engineer, who drowned 'off a tugboat' in Wiarton Ontario, (less than 200 miles over water from Indian River) but not much was known about the dead man. His only son, John, a farmer, lived in Ontario about 100 km from where this Alfred Walker died. Could Rebecca possibly have returned to England?

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