Reby Gladys Johnston1,2

(26 Nov 1896 - )
FatherWilliam Hyram Nixon Johnston2,3 (May 1865 - Nov 1936)
MotherElizabeth Frances Fairbairn2 (May 1867 - Jun 1949)


     Reby Gladys Johnston was born on 26 Nov 1896 Masham, Gatineau, QUE, CAN.1,4
     Reby Gladys Johnston married Henry Dodds on 6 Feb 1920 ?QUE, CAN, date from Sue, place assumed.2,1


     Reby Gladys Johnston appeared on the census of 6 Jun 1911 9.12 6, Masham, Wright Co., QUE, CAN, in the household of William Hyram Nixon Johnston and Elizabeth Frances Johnston as daughter of William.4


     Reby was researching the line of William Fairbairn (m. WANLESS). Reby being the author of Whos Which.


Henry Dodds (bef. 1900 - )
  • William Henry Johnston Dodds1
  • James David Mills Dodds1
  • Viola Gladys Fairbairn Dodds1 (circa Aug 1923 - Sep 1928)
  • Evelyn Joy Dodds1
ChartsLineage 1e: John & Bessie (fflint) FAIRBAIRN
Last Edited13 Nov 2011


  1. [S1700] Sue STEVENSON, "EM FAIRBAIRN/WANLESS ex Sue S," e-mail to L McIntosh, From Descendant List for Wm F/Jean WANLESS rcvd Jan 2003.
  2. [S2167] Andrew CHERNYSH (32851), "EM FAIRBAIRN/WANLESS ex Andrew C," e-mail to (1), Oct 1998 ex file FAIRBAIRNexCHERNYSH.FTW.
  3. [S1961] Www FAIRBAIRN searches and miscellaneous correspondence by LornaHen (1) Wanless web: searched Jan 2003.
  4. [S809] Census image, Canada, via, 1911 Masham, Wright, QUE Dist 205 Sub Dist 22 Pg 5 Family 48, hsehold of William & Elizabeth JOHNSTON, extracted May 2008.
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