The following information has been collated from a number of sources, including shipping records and information provided by Keith and Lynne Radford in Sydney.
Frederick (Fred) Warland (1895 - ) and Queenie Baker met sometime before 1915. Fred was the son of Charles Warland (1856 - ), general labourer, and his wife Kate.
They married in the September quarter of 1915 at South Stoneham in the County of Hampshire. (Ref Vol. 2c, pages 38, 49, 271). Their son Edward was born in either 1920 or 1913 - see below.
Queenie Warland, an Englishwoman, arrived at New York, United States, on 11 November 1921, with her one year old son Edward Warland (who does not appear to be registered). She was headed for Brooklyn to join a Frederick Warland, probably her husband. She then appears to have settled in Brooklyn. The 1921 Ellis Island registers record several Warlands arriving that year.
According to UK passenger arrivals, Queenie, spelt Queeny, returned to the UK on 13 August 1923 with a 10 year old son Edward Warland. They disembarked at Southampton. Queenie's Southampton contact was her mother, a Mrs Baker of Woolston, Southampton.
Queenie and her son Edward left Southampton on 24 November 1923 to return to the United States on board the Aquitania, disembarking on 2 December 1923. Her place of residence was given as Brooklyn.
A Fred Warland, aged 29, arrived at Ellis Island in 1924. It seems probable that this is Queenie's husband.
Both Frederick and Queenie Warland were recorded in Kings, New York, in the 1925 New York State census.
Queenie Warland was recorded in the 1930 US census living in Kings, New York, United States.
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