Series 3 - Julia Alberta McCauley Norquay Family

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Julia Alberta McCauley Norquay Family

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CA EDM MS-320-3

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  • [ca. 1895], 1974, 1978, [ca. 1985], 1992 (Creation)
    Julia Alberta McCauley Norquay Family

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2 cm of textual records. - 2 photographs

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Aylen, Bernard 1898-1968
Aylen, Elizabeth Norquay 1905-2003
Norquay, Alexander 1867-1939
Norquay, Julia Alberta McCauley 1883-1966

Julia Alberta McCauley was born 15 Mar 1883 to Matilda Benson and Matthew McCauley in Edmonton. Julia attended the first school in Edmonton.

In 2004, Julia married Alexander Norquay, son of an early Manitoba Premier, in Tofield, Alberta. Julia and Alexander had two daughters – Elizabeth (1905-2003) and Enid (1912). Julia was very involved in her community including bringing the Royal Lifesaving Society to Alberta and worked diligently for the Red Cross.

Julia Alberta McCauley Norquay died 3 Jun 1966 in Edmonton.


Elizabeth Norquay was born to Julia Alberta McCauley and Alexander Norquay 21 Aug 1905 in Edmonton. In 1933 Elizabeth married Bernard Aylen in Edmonton. They had three children – Peter, Marjorie, and Joyce.

Their daughter Marjorie married Hans van de Sande.

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Elizabeth Aylen, is the daughter of Julia Alberta McCauley Norquay and the granddaughter of Matthew McCauley

Marjorie van de Sande is the daughter of Elizabeth Aylen, granddaughter of Julia Alberta McCauley Norquay, and the great granddaughter of Matthew McCauley

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The series consists of narratives and records on the history of the Julia McCauley Norquay family, including a poem written by Marjorie van de Sande. There are also records and photographs of the Elizabeth Norquay and Bernard Aylen family.

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Accession numbers: A89-7, A92-167

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This series consists of records formerly known as:
MS-530 Elizabeth Aylen fonds

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City of Edmonton Archives

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