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 Post subject: Swerhun
PostPosted: Thu May 05, 2016 7:13 pm 
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The 1906 and 1911 census should reflect the names in the 1901 census. The Swehun name is confirmed by the obituary of Jon Swherun who lists Andrew as his father.
Tazka (also called Tacia) was head of the household because her husband Kost Swerhun drowned shortly after arrival. Andrew is listed as a child.
http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/Su ... name&Go=Go
Surname Givens Age Province District Subdistrict Enum.
District Page Line
Swerhun Andrew 9 TT ASSINIBOIA (East/Est) McNutt k(2) 1
22
Swerhun Mary 2 TT ASSINIBOIA (East/Est) McNutt k(2) 1
24
Swerhun Stephen 4 TT ASSINIBOIA (East/Est) McNutt k(2) 1
23
Swerhun Tazka 30 TT ASSINIBOIA (East/Est) McNutt k(2) 1
21
http://automatedgenealogy.com/census06/index.html
Surname Givens Age Province District Subdistrict
Number Page Line
swirhun Andrew 15 SK Mackenzie 01 12
24
swirhun Maria 8 SK Mackenzie 01 12
26
swirhun Stefon 10 SK Mackenzie 01 12
25
swirhun Tacka 35 SK Mackenzie 01 12
23

http://automatedgenealogy.com/census11/ ... skatchewan
Surname Givens Age Province District Subdistrict Enumeration
District # Page Line
Swzohum Andrew 20 Saskatchewan Mackenzie Townships 25 1 4
42
Swzohum Erinra 3 Saskatchewan Mackenzie Townships 25 1 4
45
Swzohum Mary 12 Saskatchewan Mackenzie Townships 25 1 4
44
Swzohum Nasta 4/12 Saskatchewan Mackenzie Townships 25 1 4
46
Swzohum Stepon 15 Saskatchewan Mackenzie Townships 25 1 4
43
Swzohum Tucka 40 Saskatchewan Mackenzie Townships 25 1 4
41

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cansa ... its.html#S
SWERHUN - John Swerhun, beloved husband of Lena entered eternal rest on Friday, March 28, 2008 at the Yorkton & District Nursing Home. He was 82 years of age. John was born on October 3, 1925 at Calder, SK, the son of Andrew and Anastasia (flee Kotiw) Swerhun, He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Lena; step-children Marlene Mathers of Vernon, BC, Dan Yasinski (Betty) Lake, MB, William (Lorraine) Yasinski of Winnipeg, MB; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; sister Kathleen Hway of Schumacher, ON; brother Peter (Sonia) Swerhun of Calder; sister-in-law Ann Swerhun of Yorkton; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents; grandson Bart Kilback; daughter-in-law Elsie Yasinski; son-in-law Irvin Kilback; four sisters Mary Harand, Doris Bartellelo, Anne & Violet Swerhun and by three brothers Mike, Harry and Bill Swerhun. The Funeral Service was held on Tuesday, April 1, 2008 at Yorkton Memorial Gardens Family Centre with Faye L. Greer of Westview United Church officiating. Taped selections for the service were 'Amazing Grace' and 'When The Roll is Called Up Yonder'. The eulogy was conveyed by Bill Hway. The interment followed in the Garden of Devotion at Yorkton Memorial Gardens with Bob Swerhun, David Swerhun, Bill Hway, Ryan Yasinski, William Eftoda and Peter Horaska serving as casket bearers.


http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin ... &id=I20812
• ID: I20812
• Name: Kost Swerhun
• Sex: M
• Birth: in Husák, Slovakia, Austria-Hungary
• Emigration: 1897 Saskatchewan, Canada
• Death: drowned in the Assiniboia River ABT 1905 in Calder, Saskatchewan, Canada
• Note: • Shortly after settling on their homestead in Calder, Sask., tragedy struck; Kost accidentally drowned in the Assiniboine River. Kost had not yet built a poper house for his family and they were living in the side of a hill at the time of his demise. Tacia, now a young widow with five children, was in dire straights and happy to accept Demetro Olineck's offer to exchange her quarter section with one of his quarter sections that already had a house on it.


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 Post subject: Re: Swerhun
PostPosted: Thu May 05, 2016 11:26 pm 
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Hi Diana -

1906 clearly reads Swirhun and has been correctly transcribed.

In 1911 I have accepted a proofreader's correction to Swyrhun so the transcription now accurately reflects what is written.

We appreciate your scholarship and research in this area but it has been previously explained to you that transcribing-as-written is a fundamental principle of this index. Please respect this when you request corrections.

To repeat, I would encourage you to add surname notes where you have information to show that the transcribed name differs from the "actual" name.

Mark


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