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Wilkins, Mr. W.H.

  • AR-MS-129
  • Pessoa singular
  • [189-?]-[19--]

W.H. Wilkins, a resident of North Vancouver B.C., owned property in the Parkdale district of Edmonton in the early 1900s. Nothing more is known about Mr. Wilkins.

Guay, John

  • AR-MS-13
  • Pessoa singular
  • 1925-2012

John W. Guay was born in 1925 and was a resident of Alberta. He worked as a stock keeper for the Edmonton Transit System and was a railroad enthusiast. He was married to Mary M. Guay and they retired to Perryvale in the Whitecourt area of Alberta.
John W. Guay died in 2012.

Froehler, Annie

  • AR-MS-130
  • Pessoa singular
  • 1869-1961

Alvin J. and Annie Froehler were residents of Edmonton living at 9252 – 110A Avenue from the late 1920s till the late 1950s.
Anna (Annie) Gertrude Rieland was born 9 Mar 1869 to Mary Ann Borgess and Josephus Eduard Rieland in Minnesota, USA. In 1909 she married Alvin (Albinius) Froehler in Ohio. They immigrated to Canada in 1911, first moving to Saskatchewan then to Alberta, settling in Strathcona.
Annie and Alvin had seven children - Helena (Lena), Olivia (Olive), Mimi, Eva, Ann, Freda and Raymond. Alvin worked as a truck driver
Alvin Froehler died 5 Feb 1959 and Annie Froehler died 17 Oct 1961.

Hutchinson, Gerald M.

  • AR-MS-132
  • Pessoa singular
  • 1914-2015

Gerald M. Hutchinson was born 23 Mar 1914 to Barbara and Lew Hutchinson. He grew up on a farm in Duhamel, Alberta
Gerald married Miriam ? in 1943 and they had three children, Ken, Beth and Rob. Gerald completed his divinity degree in 1943. He was ordained into the United Church of Canada. He went on to a long career at the provincial and national levels of the United Church, including congregations in Telfordvillle, Edinburgh, Edson, Grande Prairie and Grenada. Gerald and Miriam retired to Pigeon Lake, Alberta.

Gerald developed a keen interest in history, specializing in research relating to early Methodist missionary work in western Rupert's Land (now Alberta), including the work of Robert Terrill Rundle. His research was published in several papers and books. He was instrumental in the establishment and development of Rundle’s Mission in Pigeon Lake, where he was the Executive Director for many years.
Gerald M. Hutchinson died 14 Apr 2015.

Conlin, Mrs. P.J.

  • AR-MS-133
  • Pessoa singular
  • [19--]

Mrs. P.J. Conlin lived in Surrey, B.C., at the time of the donation (1974).

Lake, Gertrude Doughty

  • AR-MS-134
  • Pessoa singular
  • 1898-1988

Gertrude Doughty, daughter of Charles George Doughty and Elizabeth Maidstone, was born in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England in 1898. She immigrated to Canada with her mother and siblings in 1907, arriving in Montreal and living briefly in Ontario.|She lived in Edmonton and worked for Alberta Government Telephones as a telephone operator from 1921 to 1938. Her sister Bessie Doughty also worked as a telephone operator for A.G.T.|She married Charles Everett Lake, a clerk with the Post Office, in 1939 or 1940. In 1942, they moved to 11506

Lake, Gertrude Doughty

  • AR-MS-134
  • Pessoa singular
  • 1898-1988

Gertrude Doughty, daughter of Charles George Doughty and Elizabeth Maidstone, was born in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England in 1898. She immigrated to Canada with her mother and siblings in 1907, arriving in Montreal and living briefly in Ontario.

She lived in Edmonton and worked for Alberta Government Telephones as a telephone operator from 1921 to 1938. Her sister Bessie Doughty also worked as a telephone operator for A.G.T. She married Charles Everett Lake, a clerk with the Post Office, in 1939 or 1940. In 1942, they moved to 11506 – 94 Street, Edmonton.
Charles retired in the late 1940s and died in 1972. Gertrude remained in the house on 94 Street until 1974, when she moved into the McGugan Nursing home.

Gertrude Doughty Lake died in 1988. Charles and Gertrude Lake are buried in the Beechmount Cemetery, Edmonton.

Hadley Family

  • AR-MS-135
  • Família
  • 1881-1958

Hadley, Georgina Riley 1883-1944
Hadley, Lester 1881-1958

Lester Hadley was born 10 May 1881 in Cummington, Ontario and Georgina Riley was born 18 Jan 1883 in Fillmore, Saskatchewan. Lester Hadley and Georgina Riley were married on 27 Jun 1907. They may have been students at Alberta College, Edmonton AB. Lester and Georgina lived at Duffield AB, from ca. 1908 to at least 1912.
Lester Hadley died 29 Dec 1958 in Edmonton; Georgina Hadley died 25 Jan 1944 in Edmonton.

Haines, Alfred Henry

  • AR-MS-136
  • Pessoa singular
  • 1863-1953

Alfred Henry Haines was born in 1864 to Margaret and Robert Haines in Ontario. Alfred married Isabella Catherine (‘Bella’) Buchanan 26 Feb 1890 in Middlesex County, Ontario. By 1894 the couple had moved to Edmonton where Albert worked at the Edmonton Bulletin.
Alfred and Isabella would have eight children, Pearl, Lillie, Amelia Gertrude, Lois, Alice, Alexander, Kenneth and Harry, with the first four children born in Edmonton.
The family remained in Edmonton from 1894 to 1903. He worked at the Edmonton Bulletin during that time. He then moved to Port Huron, Michigan and finally settled in Sarnia, Ontario, where Albert continued to work as a printer.
Alfred Henry Haines died 30 Jan 1953 in Sarnia. Isabella Buchanan Haines died 27 Jun 1959 in Sarnia. They are buried at the Lakeview Cemetery in Sarnia, Ontario.

McFarlane, Margaret

  • AR-MS-137
  • Pessoa singular
  • 1863-1897

Margaret McFarlane was born in 1863 to Janet McEwen and Neil McFarlane in Ontario. By 1890, she was a day school and Sunday school teacher in Bruce county, Ontario. She married George S. Armstrong in Greenock, Bruce County, Ontario, on October 4th, 1893. George was a druggist in Lion’s Head, Ontario. They had one daughter, Helen Laverne Armstrong, born September 28, 1894.
Margaret McFarlane Armstrong died in 1897 at the age of 33.
George Armstrong married Jessie Mathieson 8 Sep 1887 in Elora, Ontario. They had two children, William Seale Armstrong, born 1899 and Jessie Eileen Armstrong, born 1904.
In 1906 the family headed west to Edmonton. George opened the Armstrong Drug Store. He soon entered civic politics eventually serving as Mayor of Edmonton 1910-1912.

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