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Welcome to the Ripley-Omand Family Tree!
 Last Updated: 11 Jan 2012

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Jane [Jean] Craigie
Relation to Caelyn and Jayd'n Omand: 3x GREAT-GRANDMOTHER

 
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Children:
   b. 29 Nov 1880
  Mary Omand

b. 17 Mar 1882
* James Alexander Omand
Jane [Jean] Craigie
Birth: 1854
Death: 7 Mar 1884
in Edmonton,Alberta, Canada

Spouse(s):
   m. 29 Jan 1880
Allan Omand
   (b. 29 Oct 1856)
   (d. 1 Jun 1931)

Sibling(s):
   
* David Craigie
(b. 1830+/-)

 
* Jane Louttit
(b. 1830+/-)

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References:
Jackie's Hand Written Notes on the Omand Family.

 
Email from Lynn Pugh

 
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.2/MN55-CW8/p4
James Alexander Omand's marriage certificate with Annie Lee, shows parents names as ""James Omand"" and ""Jean Craigie"".
 
letters from Doris Mark (grand-daughter of Allan Omand's sister)
Mrs Mark confirmed that Allan Omand's first wife was named Jane Craigie and that she died in 1884 in Edmonton.
 
http://www.railways.incanada.net/candate/candate.htm#1880
1881, August 26 - First train into Winnipeg over the Red River Bridge. 1883, August 10 - First train reaches Calgary
 
transcribed death notice from Edmonton newspaper
See Comments.
 


Comments:
Buried in Fraser Cemetary (notes from Jackie) ? ""in the new cemetary"" in Edmonton (letter from Mrs Doris Mark)
Email from Lynn Pugh (daughter of Ivy Omand): Jane Omand (my grandfather’s mother?) was buried in an aboriginal cemetery in Edmonton – as there were so few settlers white families were also buried here. This would have been around 1884.
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: ""when in Edmonton I searched old newspapers and found the following: Deaths Edmonton Bulletin Sat March 8 1884. Jane Omand: at four oclock in the morning of Friday. First wife of Allan Omand, south side, in the 30th year of her age.""


Please Note: these are the personal pages of the Ripley/Omand family, the information presented here is a work in progress based on a variety of sources - some verified, some as of yet not. Please do not take the information presented here blindly as fact. You are welcome, however to use the content to augment your own research as you see fit. Some fantastic genealogy resources that are available to you on-line can be found at: http://www.familysearch.org, http://www.heritageregistry.net/ and http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/.

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