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CAPTAIN EDWARD ADRIAN NEISON (1887-1982)

Post by gnstill » Fri Nov 13, 2015 12:32 pm

New Family Page: CAPTAIN EDWARD ADRIAN NEISON (1887-1982)

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Re: CAPTAIN EDWARD ADRIAN NEISON (1887-1982)

Post by alexander77 » Tue Nov 17, 2015 5:04 pm

gnstill wrote:New Family Page: CAPTAIN EDWARD ADRIAN NEISON (1887-1982)

Please post comments and queries about the FAMILY OF CAPTAIN EDWARD ADRIAN NEISON here.
The girl is Jennie not Adrian.. Adrian Neison had two wives, Catherine the first wife and Margaret Young his second wife. I think they were sisters. Catherine died five years after marriage.
Edward Neison did go to the St Boniface Industrial School , no record of him finishing, he never took his Status.

Alexander Neison 1934

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Re: CAPTAIN EDWARD ADRIAN NEISON (1887-1982)

Post by gnstill » Wed Nov 18, 2015 4:41 am

Alex: Under the Topic relating to the Suzanne-E you said: “In my early years my grandfather Edward Neison (AKA- Capt. Ed Nelson built the Suzanne E in Winnipeg and I believe he was the first Capt. on the Suzanne.” I’m presuming you were referring to this Captain Edward Adrian NEISON (b-1887).

This seems to contradict the posting by Suzanne EPSTEIN who said that the Suzanne E (her namesake) was built in 1946 by her father, Noah EPSTEIN (1898-1958) who was the owner of Selkirk Fisheries (incorporated in 1935).

Can you please clarify your posting Alex?

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Re: CAPTAIN EDWARD ADRIAN NEISON (1887-1982)

Post by alexander77 » Wed Nov 18, 2015 12:28 pm

gnstill wrote:Alex: Under the Topic relating to the Suzanne-E you said: “In my early years my grandfather Edward Neison (AKA- Capt. Ed Nelson built the Suzanne E in Winnipeg and I believe he was the first Capt. on the Suzanne.” I’m presuming you were referring to this Captain Edward Adrian NEISON (b-1887).

This seems to contradict the posting by Suzanne EPSTEIN who said that the Suzanne E (her namesake) was built in 1946 by her father, Noah EPSTEIN (1898-1958) who was the owner of Selkirk Fisheries (incorporated in 1935).

Can you please clarify your posting Alex?
Mr Epstein also own and operated a clothing store in Selkirk. Mr Epstein did not himself build the Suzanne E.
That's my understanding from my grandfather.
Alexander

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Re: CAPTAIN EDWARD ADRIAN NEISON (1887-1982)

Post by gnstill » Wed Nov 18, 2015 2:49 pm

Thanks for clearing that up Alex – makes sense. I have included your comments in this narrative and have also updated the narrative about the Suzanne E as well.

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Re: CAPTAIN EDWARD ADRIAN NEISON (1887-1982)

Post by alexander77 » Mon Apr 04, 2016 10:51 am

Note: Edward Adrian Neison's second wife was Rebecca Olivina Sinclair married 20 July 1923.
Third wife was Annie Bushie, I do not have dates on that marriage, still working on that.

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Re: CAPTAIN EDWARD ADRIAN NEISON (1887-1982)

Post by gnstill » Tue Apr 05, 2016 7:29 pm

Do you have parents/origins for these wives?

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Re: CAPTAIN EDWARD ADRIAN NEISON (1887-1982)

Post by KaraMaxwell » Sun Nov 08, 2020 6:39 pm

alexander77 wrote: Mon Apr 04, 2016 10:51 am Note: Edward Adrian Neison's second wife was Rebecca Olivina Sinclair married 20 July 1923.
Third wife was Annie Bushie, I do not have dates on that marriage, still working on that.
alexander77 you know so much about our family this is amazing! :D

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