James Edward Webb and Sarah Kathleen Payne
|Pemberton in 1905 (via WiganWorld)|
James emigrated with his parents and several of his siblings (he had five brothers and three sisters) to Canada between 1903-1904.
James married Sarah Kathleen Payne on January 1, 1910, in Wentworth, Ontario, Canada. When Sarah Kathleen Payne was born on June 22, 1888, in Ontario, Canada, her father, Joseph Robert Payne was 24, and her mother, Sarah (nee McDonald), was 25.
Sarah and James had three children over 24 years:
- James Alfred (1910-1975)
- William Anthony (1915-1973)
- Sadie Elizabeth (1934-2008) (who married Kenneth Thompson)
*Note: I have found no records related to the birth, life or death of Sadie other than a burial at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens in Stoney Creek. An Ancestry user suggests there is a connection to this family.
In 1911, shortly after their marriage, James and Sarah are living with James Jr. at 86 Wellington Street in Hamilton (the record does not reflect whether this is Wellington North or South, but we can confer it was North because James Jr.'s birth record reflects 85 Wellington Street North. Neither of the homes are still standing). In 1911, James is working in a grocery (James Jr.'s birth record confirms this as his father's occupation is listed as a "carter" which suggests that he was delivering groceries).
The couple are found with their two older children at 173 Oak Avenue in Hamilton on the 1921 Canadian Census. James' occupation appears to be a carpenter.
|173 Oak Avenue, Hamilton (image via Google Maps)|
|51 Douglas Street, Hamilton (image via Google Maps)|
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