British Home Child Information Sheet
BHC Registry ID #: 10476
Claimed: No
Name & Birth
Surname: EASTERGiven Names: Hannah
Born: 1894Gender:Female
Born at:England
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Given Names Adopted: A.K.A. Given Names:Hanna
Died: 01 August 1912 Age at death: 18
Died at: Jamison Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Cause: Accidental Gas Poisoning
Cemetery: Park Lawn Cemetery
Cemetery Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Cemetery Plot: Find-A-Grave ID: 139978877
Sending or Escorting Organization: Barnardo's
Canadian Distribution Home Name/Address: Hazelbrae, Peterborough, Ontario
Age at Emigration: 12 Ship Sailed: Dominion
Departure Date: 24 May 1906 Port of Departure: Liverpool
Arrival Date: 03 June 1906 Port of Arrival: Quebec
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Sources and Notes
Ups and Downs (magazine published by the Canadian Branch of Dr. Barnardo's Homes, Toronto), May 1910: Hannah EASTER - Commentary - At Toronto

In 1901, Hannah Easter, 8, Boarder, with Thomas and Elizabeth Jesspope in West Malling, Kent

1911 she is a domestic working for a shopkeeper and his family on Bathurst St Toronto.

In 1911, Hannah Easter, 18, domestic, with Hugh and Margaret Harrow in Toronto, Ontario

Hanna died of accidental gas poisoning 01 AUG 1912 while working as a housemaid on Jamison Ave in Toronto, her age is shown as 22 but she would actually be only 18