Note N1550 Index
The Reverend Nicoll of Cherington performed the service. Why?
Note N1551 Index
In the 1939 Engalnd and Wales Register, she is a School Dental Assistant, living with her parents at Well Place Cottages in rural Oxfordshire.
Note N1552 Index
The Reverend Robert Hall officiated.
Note N1553 Index
He was described as a school teacher on the marriage registration.
Note N1554 Index
The 1921 census says that she came to Canada in 1906. So why were her parents down there?
Note N1556 Index
He attended Colonel Walker & Alexander Public schools as a youngster and was a member of St Johns Anglican church.
He served in the Royal Canadian Navy from 1942 - 1945 as a Stoker.
He joined Starrs Ambulance Service in Calgary upon his release as an attendant , He was also with the St Johns Ambulance Brigade from 1946 - 1954 , and he then joined the Calgary General Hospital Staff as an Orderly
and was there till he became ill in 1974.
Note N1558 Index
According to her son Raymond, she moved to Calgary in 1946 by train at the Age of 18 , She attended Henderson school of Business , She met her husband ot be as she was a waitress or attended the food counter of a service station , Raymond believes it was either B/A or Gulf , and that his dad would drop in for coffee while working for Starr’s Ambulance .
Note N1560 Index
He was employed by the fuller brush company as shipper . He attended St John the Evangelist Anglican church.
Note N1561 Index
He was employed by the Hudson Bay Company as a shipper from 1951 through 1984.
Note N1562 Index
There is a Robert Foster baptised in Clones on January 20, 1793 to James Foster and his wife Margaret. Perhaps this is he, particularly since the first child is named James?
Note N1563 Index
He and Kathleen show up in a number of electoral rollls as late as 1972. He is a builder.
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I have added this person based on the data in the 1900 census where Jennie is listed as having given birth to "5" children but on;y "4" were then alive.
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In the 1972 voter's list, she was living at home and was a typist.
Note N1566 Index
Cousin Janice says that she was a flower girl at her wedding in 1972.
Note N1568 Index
Here is a story that I found on the internet re her:
Melanie Timms is a prime example. Over this past winter season, Timms has worked as a server at Christine's on Blackcomb Mountain while continuing to build a clothing design business she launched three years ago, Beauty and the Bandit. Blending her desire to flex her creativity with a longing for more freedom and travel, it was the ideal job.
Working in the service industry, Timms came across many people juggling multiple jobs due to affordability issues and the seasonality of resort life. Although they can be barriers to building a life here, those two factors actually aligned perfectly with her aspirations for a thriving side hustle. "I've had to adopt a mindset of discipline and structure to focus on developing my business amidst the distractions of working in a town that constantly entices with social outings and outdoor adventures," Timms says. "Now that the seasonal job has wrapped up, I have the freedom to make my annual trip to Bali to work with clothing suppliers there."
While Timms chose a job with Whistler Blackcomb's fine dining restaurant because of its decent pay, an unexpected benefit was having a chance to meet people from all over the world, which gave her a chance to tap into business expertise and even potential investors she wouldn't have had access to otherwise. "Tourists show up in Whistler with a positive attitude and willingness to hear your story," she says. "My business is built from a deep-seated passion, and others seem to gravitate towards it." That type of interaction over the winter season has motivated Timms to charge forward with her side hustle and continue to fulfil her passion.