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Quapp (190)4011 Quapp, David (1900)
4011 Quapp, Helena (1900)
2488 Quapp, Jacob Peter (1899)
2227 Quapp, Katharina (1895)
2228 Quapp, Margaretha (1897)
2228 Quapp, Peter Peter (1892)
2227 Quapp, Susanna Jacob (1869)Quiring (192)

0657 Quiering, Aganeta (1889)
1155 Quiring, Anna (1844)
4317 Quiring, Anna (1915)
2281 Quiring, Anna Abram (1905)
1089 Quiring, Corn. Gerh. (1905)
4316 Quiring, David (1906)
1294 Quiring, David Aron (1886)
2281 Quiring, Gerhard Gerhard (1900)
0656 Quiring, Heinrich Heinrich (1886)
5296 Quiring, Helena (1853)

1294 Quiring, Justina Jacob (1889)
0519 Quiring, Katarina Abram (1873)
0519 Quiring, Katarina Jacob (1906)
4316 Quiring, Margaretha (1872)
4316 Quiring, Maria (1904)
0519 Quiring, Maria Jacob (1908)
0519 Quiring, Neta Jacob (1899)
4316 Quiring, Peter (1908)
0519 Quiring, Sara Jacob (1904)

Privacy of Living Persons: In order to protect the privacy of persons on the CMBoC records who may still be living, the MHSA has decided to remove the images of these records from the website. The persons listed here were all born 100 years ago or earlier (i.e. 1908 or earlier). Persons born later will be added on an annual basis.The name shown here is as given on the record, i.e. at the time of arrival in Canada. So, in the case of many females, this represents their married names. In some cases, for either gender, it may represent an adopted name. The parentheses after each name contains their birth year as shown on the record.

Improved Index: The CMBoC index pages now groups heads of households on the basis of the GRANDMA surname codes (PDf p4). By using these codes,  all the variant spellings of each surname are given a single code value, such as 001 for Abrams, Abrahams and other variations of that surname.  This makes it much easier to find a particular surname in large lists or in databases, searching by code number rather than by trying all the possible ways that the surname may be spelled.

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Last updated 14 Dec 2008
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