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Persis Ford
Biographical information
Born

1895

Also known as

Persis

Physical information
Gender

Female

Hair colour

Blonde

Eye colour

Blue

Skin colour

Fair

Family information
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Parents

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Granparents

Great-grandparents

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In-law family

Affiliation
Family

Ford family

Persis Ford was the daughter of Leslie West and Owen Ford and the sister of Kenneth.

Biography

Early life

Persis was born in 1895 to Leslie and Owen Ford, in Toronto, Canada. Her father gave her the name of Persis after his grandmother, Persis Leigh. She was raised with her older brother Kenneth.

Every summer the whole family came to House of Dreams in Four Winds, Prince Edward Island. Persis befriended the Ingleside twins, Nan and Di Blythe, the daughters of her mother's friends. Kenneth was a good friend to their brothers, Walter and Jem Blythe.

Persis, the golden haired and the lively, often visited Ingleside and became a great favourite with Uncle Gil. Gilbert teased her quite a bit, and a fair amount of good-natured banter went on between the two.

Later life

Persis's later life is not described in the Anne series.

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Etymology

Persis is a female given name of Greek origin and means from Persia.

  • Persis was named after her great-grandmother, the Schoolmaster's bride, Persis Leigh.

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