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- Magee, James
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James Magee was born about 1866 to Sophia Jamieson and James Magee in Blyth, Huron County, Ontario.
James remained in Ontario while his mother and many of siblings moved west to Alberta following the death of his father. James farmed in the Huron County area in Ontario.
James Magee died 8 Jul 1896 in Huron County, Ontario.
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MS-439, Series 5, File 1:
- Funeral pamphlet, In Memorium - James Magee, died July 8, 1896, Central Presbyterian Church (Ontario).
- Tax Collector’s Notice, Blyth, Ont. to James McGee, 17 Oct 1900
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