Charles Edward Milsted
M, #277, b. circa 13 June 1872, d. 4 August 1931
|Father||James Marshall Milsted b. 29 Jan 1848, d. 1 Apr 1923|
|Mother||Mary Ann Relf b. 28 Jan 1844, d. 20 Dec 1881|
Charles Edward Milsted was born circa 13 June 1872 at St. Leonard-on-Sea, Sussex Co., England. He appeared on the census of April 1881 in the household of James Marshall Milsted at 7 Market Passage, St. Leonards, Hastings, England. He is recorded as: Charles E Milsted, son, age 8, scholar, born St. Leonards, Sussex. He was found on a passenger list with James Marshall Milsted on 18 October 1883 on board board the ship, S.S. Polynesian, Port of Liverpool, England. He was entered as: Charles Milsted, child, male age 9, going to Québec. He appeared as household head on the census of 17 July 1906 at Strathcona, Alberta, Canada. He was recorded as: Milstead, Charles, head, male, single, age 30, born Ontario (?), immigrated 1904, living in Strathcona on section 10, township 52, range 22, median 4, no livestock. He and Margaret Bowie, daughter of Malcolm Bowie and Flora Thompson, were married by Reverend E.A. Henry on Saturday, 2 December 1911 at the Chalmers Church Manse, 1495 8'th Avenue West, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Both were listed as being single. His occupation was listed as labourer and his religion was Church of England. Jeannie Bowie and Mrs. E. A. Henry witnessed the marriage. He appeared as household head on the census of June 1921 at Lynn Creek, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He was enumerated as: Milstead, Charles Edward, owns a 3 room wooden house, head, male, married, age 44, born England, both parents born England, immigrated in 1911(?), Canadian, English, speaks English, does not speak French, Church of England, able to read and write, ship plumber, earned $1200. Margaret Milsted, Charles James Milsted and Alfred Edward Milsted also appeared in the household. Charles died on Tuesday, 4 August 1931 at the Peerless Sand and Gravel Co., North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, from haemorrhage and broken neck from a flying (illegible) from a logging chain (illegible). Margaret Milsted was listed as the informant. He was buried at Mountain View Cemetery, Plot JONES/*/26/044/0007, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.