|Welcome to the Ripley-Omand Family Tree!|
Last Updated: 11 Jan 2012
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|Omand Family Chart|
Confirmed Birthdate and parents.
See PDF File saved in OMAND folder.
|Jackie's Hand Written Notes on the Omand Family.|
Lists name and birthdate… can possibly order the full record from here.
|The Omand Family document of the memories of then-living family member Frederic C. (Ted) Omand.|
Page 3 - 5 (attached as images here).
|1861 Census of James and Mary's family|
Possible death record: Jun 1 1931 in Vancouver (Mountain View Cemetary, Plot HORNE1/2/04/017/0002) [Omand Family Document stated that this ""last known address was Westminster, BC""]
Likely death record, 1 June 1931 Vancouver (aged 74) Name: Allan Omand Event Date: 1931 6 1 (Yr/Mo/Day) Age: 74 Gender: male Event Place: Vancouver
Census of 1891, Allan Omand may be listed as Allan Oamand, Widow age 33 in Edmonton. No listing of his children though.
lists 1st wife as Jean Craigie!
|hand written letters from Mrs Doris Mark, granddaughter of Allan Omand's sister Eliza|
1881, August 26 - First train into Winnipeg over the Red River Bridge. 1883, August 10 - First train reaches Calgary
Image of Savedale cottage circa 1920.
|According to the Edmonton Township Survey, the land where Emily Murphy Park now sits was homesteaded by Allan Omand (River Lot 3). Note from Jackie: spouse possibly from Savesdale, Scotland… name ???|
|Emily Murphy Park is located on the south bank of the North Saskatchewan River, on the east side of Groat Bridge. The park covers about 27 acres, from Groat Road to the High Level Bridge.|
|""Allan Omand.. came to Canada...There (near Lake Winnipeg), due to a particularly hard winter, he and his wife nearly starved to death so they moved to Edmonton and homesteaded Windsor Park district. He had two children."" -- The Omand Family document|
|Mrs Doris Mark: Allan and Jane made the voyage to Canada soon after they were married in 1880. They spent their first year in Winnipeg. They would have landed someone on the East Coast. >>|
|Mrs Doris Mark (cont): There may have been a trin to Winnipeg then but covered wagon to Edmonton. When my grandmother (Eliza Omand, Allan's sister) came, the train went to Calgary & then covered wagon to Edmonto. It took two weeks. >>|
|Mrs Doris Mark (cont): When Allan's wife died in 1884 my grandmother (Eliza) came to Canada to look after Allan's kids (James & Mary). After my grandmother married in 1889 Allan took both kids back to Savesdale and they never heard from Allan again. >>|
|Mrs Doris Mark (cont): When James (Allan's son) was 15, he ran away to sea. John Omand (brother to Allan) and his wife Margaret Clouston, cared for Allan's kids at Savedale (arrived in 1890).|
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