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The 1851 Canadian census includes Canada East (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Quebec), and Canada West (Ontario). The returns for many areas of Ontario, including Toronto, Bosanquet etc. no longer exist, and among the remaining returns, the amount of information supplied varies considerably.

The information for this collection of Brebner/Bremner families was initially compiled from paper records at the Library and Archives Canada , and supplemented latterly by the digital transcriptions of those collections available both there and at .

In many cases, connections to existing families and compiled genealogies have been established.

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•  All surname spellings (Brebner, Bremner, Brymer, Brimer etc.) will be searched. Subsequent page(s) will show full households and other surnames within the family.
•  Name entry is case-insensitive; JANE, Jane, jane, JaNE will produce the same results.
•  All common variants of names are searched; ie: Katie, Kathrine, Catharine etc. will all produce the same results, as will Isabel, Isobella, Bella, etc. If in doubt, use the most common spelling.
•  These census transcriptions are very much an ongoing project; please e-mail me if you don't see results here and I'll check my master databases.

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