My great-grandparents John and Edith Dorothy Tasker were in England on the 1911 Census in Leeds, Yorkshire:
You can see that John was a machine shaver at a leather factory. And that Louis Albert was 2 and Norman was 3 months at the time.
Edith Dorothy and her two sons follow not long after in September of 1911. They sail on the Empress of Britain.
In February 1915, John signed an attestation that he was willing to service overseas for Canada. You will note that he lists prior military experience. It is difficult to read but says something then Irish. They were living at 292 Pritchard Avenue in Winnipeg. He did serve in WW One for Canada and I have those papers that I will scan in.
In 1916 on the Canadian census, Edith and the children are living in Winnipeg and John is listed as being in France (WWI).
John is still working as a bricklayer and the children are as follows: Louis 8, Norman 6, John 3, and Marjorie 1. You will note that the census is written in French.
By 1921, the family is in Charleswood, Manitoba, Canada.
John is still a bricklayer and the children are: Louis 12, Norman 10, John 8, Marjorie 6 and Grace Muriel 3 months.
In 1923, they leave Canada and immigrate to America. Below are some of their immigration documents:
In 1930, they are living in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan.
John is a brickmason and the children are: Louis 21, Norman 19, John 17, Marjorie 15, Grace 8, Ethel 6, Edward 2, and Robert a baby. They are living at 136 Montana Avenue in Detroit.