NameElfleda Amelia
Spouses
Birth21 Apr 1892, Crediton, Devonshire
FatherSamuel TWOSE (1866-)
MotherSara Ann (~1868-)
Notes for Charlie (Spouse 1)
In the April to June 1892 birth index Charlie Twose, Crediton, Devon, volume 5b, page 386.

In the 1901 census Stoney Thorpe Lodge, Stoney Thorpe, Long Itchington, Warwickshire.
Head Samuel Twose, age 34, shepherd, born Rose Ash, Devonshire.
Wife Sarah Ann Twose, age 32, born Haywards Heath, Sussex.
Son Charlie Twose, age 8, born Crediton, Devonshire.
Daughter Edith Twose, age 7, born Crediton, Devonshire.
Daughter Lilley [as spelled] E. Twose, age 5, born Fleet, Hants.

Canadian Passenger Lists
Departed Liverpool, England on the Scotian, arrived Halifax, Nova Scotia, April 3, 1911, Charles Twose, age 19, single, born England, destination Milton, Ontario, employed in factory, to assured employment, Church of England.

In the 1916 Census of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta
Turtle mountain Municipality, 1 18 West of the 1st Meridian, Souris, Manitoba.
Head Samuel Twose, age 50, born England, Anglican, year of immigration 1914 [should be 1913], farmer.
Wife Sara Twose, age 48, born England immigration 1914, Anglican.
Son Charlie Twose, single, age 24, born England, farmer’s son.
Daughter Ethel Twose, age 20, born England.
Daughter Mary Twose, ,age 7, born England.
Daughter Eulia Twose, age 1, born Manitoba.

Border Crossings from Canada to US
July 28, 1942
Charlie Twose, wife Elfleda Amelia and daughter Shirley, born Crediton, England, April 21, 1892, age 50, mechanic, address 1036-8th Ave E., Calgary, Alberta, nationality Canada, nearest relative father Samuel Twose, Prince Albert Saskatchewan, never been to US before, destination transit to Vancouver 1044 Beach Ave, transit 5 days, height 5 feet 11 inches, medium complexion, brown hair, brown eyes, date of landing Halifax 1911 SS Scotian, arrived by auto at Chief Mountain, Montana
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