Clara would have had four children: William, Freda, Gladys, and Ella.
1911 Canadian Census in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
Ella Madeleine, born in March 1910, died as an infant. I found that information from two sources.
On the Internet…
The person who wrote this seems to known what he or she is talking about.
Descendants of William MELANSON
1 William MELANSON
b: Bet. 1880 – 1900 in Yarmouth, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
Reference #: 18873
.. +Claire Doucet
b: Bet. 1880 – 1900
Reference #: 18871
2 Elfreda Melanson
b: Abt. 1917
Reference #: 18863
…. +Edward Mason
b: Abt. 1915
m: 16 Mar 1937 in St-Enfant Jesus, Montreal, Quebec
Reference #: 18850
Father: Kinick John Mason
Mother: Delia Aubin
2 Gladys Marie Melanson
b: 1907 in Yarmouth, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
Reference #: 45559
…. +Henry Gray
b: 1904 in Dartmouth, Halifax, Nova Scotia
m: 10 Jul 1928 in Dartmouth, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Reference #: 45560
Father: James Gray
Mother: Marie Pettipas
2 Ella Madeleine Melanson
b: Mar 1910 in Yarmouth, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
d: 19 Sep 1910 in Yarmouth, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
Reference #: 43672
All the above information is correct, except some birthdates.
Next source, the Mormons’ Website… where I found Ella.
Is Ella the daughter of William Melanson Senior and Clara Doucet? Am I on the right track?
I think so.
So many questions still for my good friend Ron.
And what about Gladys who married Henry H. Gray?
And the father William Senior?
A clue found in Aberdeen City, North Dakota, in 1920.
William Melanson, lodger, male, white race, 37, married, immigration in 1883 (false information given?), knows how to read and write, born in Nova Scotia, father and mother also born in Nova Scotia…
It’s probably the same man, but we will never be sure unless someone contacts me one of these days.
Maybe a descendant of William Junior Melanson and Vera Anita Hiatt?