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Phyllis Edith Willingale

Female 1885 - Aft 1914  (30 years)Deceased  Submit Photo / DocumentSubmit Photo / Document


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  • Name Phyllis Edith Willingale 
    Born 1885  Poplar, London Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Census 1891  Carlton Villa, Ashville Road, Leyton, London Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Census 1901 
    Unable to locate 
    Census 1911 
    In Canada 
    Emigration 1911 
    To Canada aboard the S S Canada 
    Residence 1914  Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Died After 1914 
    Age 30 years 
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    Notes 
    • 1891 census - Carlton Villa, Ashville Road Leyton London. RG12; Piece: 1348; Folio 53; Page 11
      William H Willingsgate Head Married Male 25 1866 Collector Middlesex, England
      Harriett A Willingsgate Wife Married Female 24 1867 Middlesex, England
      Phyllis E Willingsgate Daughter Female 6 1885 Scholar Old Ford, Middlesex, England
      James M Cordineer Brother In Law Widower Male 31 1860 Show Banner Maker Scotland
      Joseph M Cordineer Nephew Male 6 1885 Scholar Middlesex, England

      Phyllis tried to cross the border from Canada to the US in 1914. She had come from Toronto and her final destination was Cleveland Ohio. She stated that she had no relatives in Canada. Her passage was paid for by a William Smale who was accompanying her. Unfortunately they were both refused entry to the US. Phyllis had arrived in Canada (Quebec) aboard the S S Canada on May 8th 1911.
    Person ID I0424  Unconnected Willingales
    Last Modified 2 Mar 2018 

    Father Ancestors William Henry Willingale
              b. 20 Sep 1865, London City Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother Ancestors Harriet Adelaide Bradley
              b. 1866, Old Ford, London Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F153  Group Sheet,  Family chart

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  • Ships
    SS Canada
    SS Canada
    Built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast, she was launched in 1896 and took her maiden voyage, Liverpool-Québec-Montréal, on 1 October 1896. During the Boer War (1899-1902) she served as a troop transport, but otherwise she served Canada during the summers and Boston in winter. In August 1914, while in Canada, she was taken over and used to transport troops to England. Upon her arrival there, she was used as an accommodation ship for German prisoners for the rest of the year. From 1915 until the end of World War I, she was used as a transport ship.

    Her first voyage after the war was from Liverpool to Portland, Maine, in November 1918. Although she was transferred to Leyland Line ownership in 1921, she retained her name and continued to carry Dominion's livery. She remained in service until August 1926, when she made her final voyage on the same route as her maiden voyage. She was scrapped in Italy.