Victoire Cater

Victoire Cater

b: 1812
d:
From 'The Chaplin and Skinner Families' page 22:

Mrs Johnson recently [1899] died at an advanced age, leaving numerous descendants settled in Nova Scotia.


Facing page 22 [in Ann Mendell's copy of the Chaplin and Skinner family book]:

From the Daily News, 1903

BRITAIN'S FOOD SUPPLY.

Ottawa, Sept 22.
Mr George Johnson, the Dominion statistician. in a letter to the "Citizen," in reply to strictures which have been made against Canada as an inadequate source for the food supply of Great Britain, says that the average yearly export of Canadian wheat to Britain for the past six years was 24,000,000 bushels, not 6,000,000. He declares that out of a wheat crop of 97,000,000 bushels last year, Canada exported 37,000,000 bushels, and used for seed 8,000,000 bushels, leaving 52,000,000 in the country, of which nearly 20,000,000 were used for feeding animals.

Mr Johnson adds: "Give us the price and we shall give the wheat. We would rather feed wheat to men, but if we cannot get the price we must feed to hogs." - Reuters


To which are attached in manuscript the following notes:
Mr George Johnson is son of Rev G Johnson
Mrs Huest is a daughter of Victoire Johnson, Halifax authoress. Annie Campbell Huest is a grandchild of Mrs Victoire Johnson (1st cousin of Mrs M A Chaplin) in England Sept 1905.

END
Biography
From 'The Chaplin and Skinner Families' page 22:

Mrs Johnson recently [1899] died at an advanced age, leaving numerous descendants settled in Nova Scotia.


Facing page 22 [in Ann Mendell's copy of the Chaplin and Skinner family book]:

From the Daily News, 1903

BRITAIN'S FOOD SUPPLY.

Ottawa, Sept 22.
Mr George Johnson, the Dominion statistician. in a letter to the "Citizen," in reply to strictures which have been made against Canada as an inadequate source for the food supply of Great Britain, says that the average yearly export of Canadian wheat to Britain for the past six years was 24,000,000 bushels, not 6,000,000. He declares that out of a wheat crop of 97,000,000 bushels last year, Canada exported 37,000,000 bushels, and used for seed 8,000,000 bushels, leaving 52,000,000 in the country, of which nearly 20,000,000 were used for feeding animals.

Mr Johnson adds: "Give us the price and we shall give the wheat. We would rather feed wheat to men, but if we cannot get the price we must feed to hogs." - Reuters


To which are attached in manuscript the following notes:
Mr George Johnson is son of Rev G Johnson
Mrs Huest is a daughter of Victoire Johnson, Halifax authoress. Annie Campbell Huest is a grandchild of Mrs Victoire Johnson (1st cousin of Mrs M A Chaplin) in England Sept 1905.

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Facts
  • 1812 - Birth -
Ancestors
   
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Thomas Ayrton
1744 - 1811
 
 
Matilda Ayrton
1788 - 1813
  
  
  
Ann Hodges
30 OCT 1754 -
 
Family Group Sheet - Child
PARENT (M) ? Cater
Birth
Death
Marriageto Matilda Ayrton
Father?
Mother?
PARENT (F) Matilda Ayrton
Birth1788
Death1813
Marriageto ? Cater
FatherThomas Ayrton
MotherAnn Hodges
CHILDREN
MDudley Cater
Birth
Death
Marriageto French wife
FVictoire Cater
Birth1812
Death
Marriage1835to George Johnson , Rev
M?? Cater
Birth
Death
Family Group Sheet - Spouse
PARENT (M) George Johnson , Rev
Birth
Death
Marriage1835to Victoire Cater
Father?
Mother?
PARENT (F) Victoire Cater
Birth1812
Death
Marriage1835to George Johnson , Rev
Father? Cater
MotherMatilda Ayrton
CHILDREN
FGirl Johnson
Birth
Death
Marriageto ? Huest
MGeorge Johnson
Birth
Death
Descendancy Chart