David Chambers McRoberts1,2,3

M, #4482, b. 28 February 1889
Father*Chambers McRoberts4,1,3 b. 24 Jul 1854
Mother*Anabel Murray4,3 b. 30 Jan 1852, d. 1916
Last Edited16 Dec 2017
     David was born on 28 February 1889 in Glencoe, Ekfrid Twp., Middlesex County, Ontario, CanadaG.4,3 Alternatively, he was born on 28 February 1884 in Glencoe, Ekfrid Twp., Middlesex County, Ontario, CanadaG, on his WWI conscription papers.1
     In the obituary of William McRoberts who died 6 January 1910, his brother, David McRoberts at home, was listed as a survivor.5
Canadian Military Service :
     David Chambers McRoberts was conscripted on 16 January 1918 in Regina, Saskatchewan, CanadaG.1
     David Chambers McRoberts ended his military service on 20 September 1918 in Regina, Saskatchewan, CanadaG, granted an exemption from service.
End of Military Service section.1

Census Data

     David C McRoberts appeared on the 1901 Canadian Census of Glencoe, Ekfrid Twp., Middlesex County, Ontario in the household of his parents, Chambers McRoberts and Anabel Murray.4

Citations

  1. [S309] Enlistment papers & Service Files, Soldiers of the First World War, WWI Attestation Papers search (Ottawa, ON: Library and Archives Canada), Particulars of Recruit (Conscription): David Chambers McRoberts. Hereinafter cited as WWI Service Files.
  2. [S393] Sad Death of William McRoberts, an undated newspaper clipping shared by Lorrie Ellen Moffat nee Scott, unknown location viewed at Lorrie Ellen (Scott) Moffat papers,, David. Hereinafter cited as an undated newspaper clipping.
  3. [S1443] Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: David Chambers McRoberts. Hereinafter cited as ON Births 1869-1913.
  4. [S18] Chambers McRoberts household, Mar 31, 1901 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Glencoe (Village), Middlesex, Ontario; Page: 8; Family: 82, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) T-6482.
  5. [S393] An undated newspaper clipping, Died at age 35, unmarried.

Aurelia Lockwood1,2

F, #4487, b. 12 May 1869, d. 10 April 1912
Father*George Lockwood3,2 b. 21 Oct 1831, d. 19 Feb 1910
Mother*Aurelia A Bartlett2 b. 1836 or 1837, d. 2 Oct 1876
Last Edited18 Mar 2019
     Aurelia was born circa 1868 in Ontario, CanadaG.2 Alternatively, she was born on 12 May 1869 in Ontario, CanadaG,1,3 or circa 1871 in Ontario, CanadaG, since she was age 22 at the time of her marriage.4 Aurelia married Herbert Winfred Sussex on 7 February 1893 in Euphemia Twp., Lambton County, Ontario, CanadaG, according to Ontario Marriage Registration 005993.5,4 She died on 10 April 1912 in Ontario, CanadaG, at age 42.1
     In the obituary of George Lockwood who died circa 23 February 1910, George's daughter, Lillie Sussex was listed as a survivor.6

Census Data

     Aurelia Lockwood appeared on the 1871 Canadian Census of Caradoc Twp., Middlesex County, Ontario in the household of her parents, George Lockwood and Aurilia Lockwood.2
     Orilla Lockwood appeared on the 1881 Canadian Census of Caradoc Twp., Middlesex County, Ontario in the household of her father George Lockwood.7

Family

Herbert Winfred Sussex b. c 1872
Marriage*Aurelia married Herbert Winfred Sussex on 7 February 1893 in Euphemia Twp., Lambton County, Ontario, CanadaG, according to Ontario Marriage Registration 005993.5,4 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1163] Descendants of Charles BATEMAN..., online Descendants of Charles BATEMAN, Aurelia (Orilla) (Lillian) LOCKWOOD was born on 12 May 1869 in Ontario. She died on 10 Apr 1912 in Ontario. She was buried in Mount Brydges Cemetery, Middlesex County, Ontario. Hereinafter cited as Desc C Bateman.
  2. [S9392] John Kello household, April 2, 1871 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Caradoc, Middlesex West, Ontario; Page: 10 & 11; Family No: 36, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll: C-9901.
  3. [S6992] George Lockwood household, April 4, 1881 Canada Census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Caradoc, Middlesex East, Ontario; Page: 36; Family No: 166, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll: C-13269.
  4. [S1444] Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1826-1936 (Publisher: Archives of Ontario, Toronto), Archives of Ontario, Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1785-1935; "Ontario, Canada, Select Marriages. Archives of Ontario, Toronto. This database includes images of the registrations. In some cases, alternative images in FamilySearch prvide additional information"; cited as "Ontario Marriages, 1826-1936., Orilla Lockwood & Herbert W Sussex.
  5. [S318] Obituary - Lockwood, George, unknown newspaper, unknown location viewed at Clipping from Lorrie Ellen (Scott) Moffat,. Hereinafter cited as unknown newspaper.
  6. [S318] Unknown newspaper, from an undated clipping in Lorrie Ellen's old family bible.
  7. [S6992] April 4, 1881 Canada Census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Caradoc, Middlesex East, Ontario; Page: 36; Family No: 166, Note that no age is given for Daniel B Lockwood on the census form. I don't know where the LDS/Ancestry transcription got the age of 5.
  8. [S1443] Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: Norma Lockwood Sussex. Hereinafter cited as ON Births 1869-1913.
  9. [S1443] ON Births 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: Winfred Eugene Sussex.

William Wallace Lockwood1,2

M, #4488, b. 8 August 1858, d. 9 July 1927
Father*George Lockwood2,3 b. 21 Oct 1831, d. 19 Feb 1910
Mother*Aurelia A Bartlett2,3 b. 1836 or 1837, d. 2 Oct 1876
Last Edited15 May 2019
     William was born on 8 August 1858 in Caradoc Twp., Middlesex County, Ontario, CanadaG.4,2,5,6,3,7 William married Emily Christina Bateman on 22 September 1886 in Caradoc Twp., Middlesex County, Ontario, CanadaG, according to Ontario Marriage Registration 008020.1,2,6,7 He died on 9 July 1927 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. G. Cox in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaG, at age 68.8,5
     The following information is extracted from his obituary. Survivor(s): Mrs W G Cox, Mrs E L Cox, Mrs T R Jeffree, Howard Lockwood, G F Lockwood, R F (sic) Lockwood, D B Lockwood and Mrs R H Hare.5 William Wallace Lockwood was buried on 12 July 1927 in Moose Jaw cemetery, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaG.9
     In the obituary of George Lockwood who died circa 23 February 1910, George's son, U W Lockwood was listed as a survivor.10 He of Vancouver was listed as next-of-kin on the enlistment papers of his son, William Howard Lockwood.11
     The following obituary appeared in the newspaper the Leader-Post published in Regina, Saskatchewan 11 July 1927:
W. W. LOCKWOOD, OLD-TIMER OF WEST, IS DEAD
Man Who Operated Farms in North Dakota and South Sask. Taken by Death
(By Staff Reporter)
MOOSE JAW, July 10.---
Pioneer settler of North Dakota, and Southern Saskatchewan, William Wallace Lockwood died in his 69th year Saturday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. G. Cox, 1017 First Avenue Northwest, after being In 111 health for several years. Funeral services will he ' held Tuesday at 2.30 oclock from the home of Mrs. Cox to Rosedale Cemetery. Broadfoot Brothers will have charge of funeral arrangements, which have not yet been completed.

Before retiring from active farming In 1916. he owned and operated many farms north of Moose Jaw, totalling 12,000 acres of valuable farm land.

The life of the deceased had been an energetic one from his youth, for In 1879 he took up land on squatters rights In North Dakota years before the country was surveyed and divided Into townships and sections. He came to Moose Jaw in 1903 and acquired extensive holdings between Tuxford and Marquis, which later developed into one of the most prosperous grain growing areas in the whole of Canada.

Mr. Lockwood was born In Middlesex County, Ontario, on August 8, 1858.

In 1904 he was joined by his wife and family, who came from Ontario to Moose Jaw. A few years later he bought a home in the city, where he resided until 1918. In 1909 he! suffered the loss of his wife, and in 1915 had an attack of heart trouble which forced him to retire.

In 1916 he moved to Vancouver, where he lived until the time of his ! death. It was while on a visit to the home of his daughter here that he was taken seriously ill two months ago.

The late Mr. Lockwood is survived by three daughters, Mrs. W. G. Cox, I Moose Jaw; Mrs. E. L Cox, Vancouver, and Mrs. T. R. Jeffree, Vancouver; one son, Howard Lockwood; three brothers, G. F. Lockwood, British Columbia; R. F. Lockwood. Central Butte; and D. B. Lockwood, Chaplin, and one sister, Mrs. R. H. Hare, Boharm.5



     The following obituary appeared in the newspaper The Province published in Vancouver, British Columbia 12 July 1927:
Late William Lockwood Of Moose Jaw, Former Vancouver Resident
Word has been received from Moose Jaw of the death recently of William Wallace Lockwood, for twelve years a resident of Vancouver, and before his retirement one of the largest individual wheat growers in Saskatchewan.

Mr. Lockwood was born in Ontario sixty-nine years ago and farmed in that province for many years. In 1902 he moved west to Moose Jaw and was there until his retirement, twelve years ago.

He is survived by a son, Howard, of Moose Jaw, and three daughters, Mrs. W. G. Cox of Moose Jaw, Mrs. Elwood Cox, and Mrs. T. R. Jeffree of Vancouver. Interment will be at Moose Jaw.12



     The following account of the funeral of William Wallace Lockwood appeared in the Regina, Saskatchewan Leader-Post 13 July 1927 :
150 OLDTIMERS AT FUNERAL OF W. W. LOCKWOOD
Pioneer Settler of Saskatchewan and North Dakota Buried in Mill City
(By Staff Reporter) MOOSE JAW, July 12---Approximately 150 old-timers of Moose Jaw and district were present to pay their last respects to the late William Wallace Lockwood, 69, pioneer settler of Saskatchewan and North Dakota, at the funeral services held today. The services were conducted at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. G. Cox, 1017 First avenue northeast, daughter of the deceased, by the Rev. J. A. MacKeigan, pastor of St. Andrew's United Church. Under heavily-clouded skies the cortege proceeded to the Moose Jaw cemetery In a down-pour of rain, the remains of the late Mr. Lockwood were laid to rest.

Pall bearers who officiated were old-time friends of the deceased and old-time residents of this city and district. They were. Senator W. B. Willoughby, General G. S. Tuxford, Col. W. E. Seaborn, Mr. Justice C. E. Taylor, Thomas Miller and S. K. Rathwell. One car alone was required to convey the many floral tributes from friends to the cemetery.9

Census Data

     William W Lockwood appeared on the 1871 Canadian Census of Caradoc Twp., Middlesex County, Ontario in the household of his parents, George Lockwood and Aurilia Lockwood.3
     William Lockwood and Emily appeared on the 1891 Canadian Census of Caradoc Twp., Middlesex County, Ontario, enumerated 25 April 1891. William was enumerated as a farmer and a M(ethodist). Their children Bertha and Margaret were listed as living with them.7
     William W Lockwood and Emily C appeared on the 1901 Canadian Census of Caradoc Twp., Middlesex County, Ontario, enumerated 31 March 1901. William was enumerated as a farmer. Their children Bertha F, Margaret, William H and Mildred were listed as living with them.6

Family

Emily Christina Bateman b. 12 Aug 1864, d. 1 Oct 1909
Marriage*William married Emily Christina Bateman on 22 September 1886 in Caradoc Twp., Middlesex County, Ontario, CanadaG, according to Ontario Marriage Registration 008020.1,2,6,7 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1163] Descendants of Charles BATEMAN..., online Descendants of Charles BATEMAN. Hereinafter cited as Desc C Bateman.
  2. [S1444] Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1826-1936 (Publisher: Archives of Ontario, Toronto), Archives of Ontario, Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1785-1935; "Ontario, Canada, Select Marriages. Archives of Ontario, Toronto. This database includes images of the registrations. In some cases, alternative images in FamilySearch prvide additional information"; cited as "Ontario Marriages, 1826-1936., William Wallace Lockwood & Emily Bateman.
  3. [S9392] John Kello household, April 2, 1871 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Caradoc, Middlesex West, Ontario; Page: 10 & 11; Family No: 36, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll: C-9901.
  4. [S1163] Desc C Bateman, online Descendants of Charles BATEMAN, William Wallace LOCKWOOD was born in 1858 in Caradoc Tp, Middlesex County, Canada West. He died on 12 Jul 1927 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. He was buried in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

    Died the Saturday before 12 July at the home of his daughter Mrs. W. G. Cox, while visiting from Vancouver. Obituary noted:
    "He was one of the original settlers of the mid-west section of the North American continent and when he retired from active farming in 1916, owned many farms north of [Moose Jaw], totalling 12,000 acres. He took up squatters' rights in North Dakota before the territory was surveyed and came to Moose Jaw in 1903. In 1904 he was joined by his wife freom Ontario, the birth-place of the deceased, and a few years later he established his home here, where he lived 1916. In 1916 he moved to Vancouver, where he resided until his visit to this citry a month or two ago. The deceased is survived by three daughters, one son, three brothers and one sister."
  5. [S9379] W. W. Lockwood, Old-Timerof West, Is Dead, The Leader-Post, Regina, SK, Jul 11, 1927, Page 3, column 5 viewed at Newspapers.com,, Obituary: William Wallace Lockwood. Hereinafter cited as Leader-Post.
  6. [S9381] William Lockwood household, Mar 31, 1901 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Caradoc, Middlesex South, Ontario; Page: 1; Family: 2, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll: T-6431.
  7. [S9407] William Lockwood household, Apr 25, 1891 Canada Census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Caradoc Twp., Middlesex South, Ontario; Family 191, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll: T-6353.
  8. [S1163] Desc C Bateman, online Descendants of Charles BATEMAN, William Wallace LOCKWOOD was born in 1858 in Caradoc Tp, Middlesex County, Canada West. He died on 12 Jul 1927 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. He was buried in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan...
  9. [S9390] 150 Oldtimers at Funeral of W. W. Lockwood, The Leader-Post, Regina, SK, Jul 13, 1927, Page 2, column 5 viewed at Newspapers.com,, Funeral: William Wallace Lockwood. Hereinafter cited as Leader-Post.
  10. [S318] Obituary - Lockwood, George, unknown newspaper, unknown location viewed at Clipping from Lorrie Ellen (Scott) Moffat,, from an undated clipping in Lorrie Ellen's old family bible.. Hereinafter cited as unknown newspaper.
  11. [S309] Enlistment papers & Service Files, Soldiers of the First World War, WWI Attestation Papers search (Ottawa, ON: Library and Archives Canada), WWI CEF Military Service File: William Howard Lockwood. Hereinafter cited as WWI Service Files.
  12. [S9393] Late William Lockwood Of Moose Jaw, Former Vancouver, The Province, Vancouver, BC, Jul 12, 1927, Page 11, column 3 viewed at Newspapers.com,, Obituary: William Wallace Lockwood. Hereinafter cited as The Province.
  13. [S1443] Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name:     Bertha Fay Lockwood. Hereinafter cited as ON Births 1869-1913.
  14. [S9407] Apr 25, 1891 Canada Census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Caradoc Twp., Middlesex South, Ontario; Family 191, I read her given name as Bertha with some form of census mark over the "a."
  15. [S9382] Margaret Lillian Cox née Lockwood, Death Registration 1954-09-001013, BC Death Registration image: Margaret Lillian Cox née Lockwood (Jan 5, 1954), Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  16. [S9385] Jeffree--Lockwood marriage, Feb 16, 1927, Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 1927-09-318828, BC Marriage Registration image: Jeffree--Lockwood.

(?) McRoberts1

F, #4493, b. after 1881
Father*Chambers McRoberts2 b. 24 Jul 1854
Mother*Anabel Murray2 b. 30 Jan 1852, d. 1916
Last Edited26 Aug 2017
     (?) was born after 1881.2

Citations

  1. [S15] 50th Anniversary -- Mr. & Mrs. D.B. Lockwood, 50th Anniversary -- Mr. & Mrs. D.B. Lockwood, unknown location viewed at Lorrie Ellen (Scott) Moffat papers,, Mentions Mrs William Fish, sister of Mrs. Lockwood.. Hereinafter cited as unidentified.
  2. [S192] Rick Moffat, Assumption, Not listed as child of James and Annie in 1881 census.

Lydia Elizabeth Kreutzer1,2,3,4,5

F, #4494, b. 26 November 1912, d. 5 March 2003
Father*Wilhelm Kreutzer4,6 b. 10 Feb 1883, d. 17 Jan 1971
Mother*Elizabeth Porth6,7 b. 9 May 1885, d. 15 Apr 1974
RelationshipMother of Carole Elizabeth Watson
Last Edited26 May 2019
     Lydia was born on 26 November 1912 in Lipton, RM of Lipton No. 217, Saskatchewan, CanadaG.7,4 She and George Henry Miller were engaged between 1939 and 1943. This is an estimate. Uncle Lennie tells us that he introduced/re-introduced Lydia and "Bing" while he was in Winnipeg, and before he joined the Navy. After they ended the engagement, Bing married in October 1943.

Lyn visited Uncle Lennie in July 2010. He told her that Lydia ended the engagement because of her TB. Lyn told Pearl and Lennie that her Mom had gone to George's wedding, sitting at the back of the church, and leaving before it was over.7,8 Lydia married Clarence Mayhew Watson on 29 April 1945 in Saskatchewan, CanadaG, at the Kreutzer farm near Lipton.9 She died on 5 March 2003 in University of Alberta Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta, CanadaG, at age 90.7,6
     Lydia Elizabeth Kreutzer was also known as Lydia.10 Her name was recorded as Lydia Elizabith Kreutzer on her birth registration.11 She crossed the border on a temporary visit on 3 August 1936 at Eastport, Boundary County, Idaho, USAG, travelling by C.P. rail. She was accompanied by her sister, Ida Ott. This visitor manifest stated that she was going to visit her sister who resided at 3327 - 38th St. Sacremento, CA. Under medical notes it indicated she had "pleuritis," a form of tuberculosis; and that she had worked at the Fort Qu'Appelle Sanitorium from July 9, 1934 or July 30, 1936 as a nurse assistant. She returned to Canada on Jan 6, 1936.12 Lydia Kreutzer attempted to crossed the border on a temporary visit on 11 September 1938 at Eastport, Boundary County, Idaho, USAG. She was travelling alone. Again, the medical notes indicated that she had pleuitis. She was going to visit her sister Eda Ott at the same address as above, for a period of 6 months. This manifest is stamped "Debarred" which indicates she was denied entry to the USA.4
     Lydia was in the Prince Albert Sanatorium to treat her Tuberculosis in about 1938/39. This was probably after the attempted border crossing above. She would not go to the Fort Qu'Appelle "San" since people would know her there. According to Uncle Lennie, their mother was very upset about her having TB. It was viewed very negatively in those years. Marg Jess confirmed that Lydia had TB after she accompanied her to a doctor and was present while Lydia gave her medical history. Lydia never mentioned this part of her life to her daughters, although Carole can remember one visit to Lipton when her Mom was coughing. She was a smoker at the time. The Lipton relatives were concerned and asked Dr Frank Porth to visit and give an opinion. Lydia became very angry at this invasion of her privacy and threatened to end the vacation to return to Edmonton. Carole remembers how upset she was at the thought of cutting the visit short.13,8
     In the obituary of Ida Barbara Kreutzer who died 20 February 1966, Ida's sister, Lydia Elizabeth Kreutzer was listed as a survivor.14
     In the obituary of Elizabeth Kreutzer who died 15 April 1974, her daughter, Lydia Watson of Edmonton, AB, was listed as a survivor.15
     In the obituary of Charles Wilfred Watson who died 2 February 1986, his sister-in-law, Lydia Watson was listed as a survivor.16
     In the obituary of Caroline Bausmer who died 11 December 1987, her sister, Lydia Watson was listed as a survivor.17,18
     In the obituary of Clarence Watson who died 3 December 1989, his wife, Lydia Watson was listed as a survivor.19
     In the obituary of George Henry Miller who died 7 October 1997, his former fiance, Lydie Watson was listed as a survivor.20
     Memorial Service, Friday, March 7, 2003 at 2 p.m.:
Appel Funeral Home
10530 116th Street Northwest
Edmonton, AB T5H3L7
780-454-8088

Lydia was cremated and in July 2007 we spread her ashes in the Lipton Cemetery.7
     In the obituary of Eleanor Eileen Seib who died 6 March 2004, her sister, Lydia was listed as predeceased.10

External link for Lydia Elizabeth Kreutzer on her WeRelate Wiki Person Page.7

Family 1

George Henry Miller b. 12 Aug 1911, d. 7 Oct 1997
Engagement*She and George Henry Miller were engaged between 1939 and 1943. This is an estimate. Uncle Lennie tells us that he introduced/re-introduced Lydia and "Bing" while he was in Winnipeg, and before he joined the Navy. After they ended the engagement, Bing married in October 1943.

Lyn visited Uncle Lennie in July 2010. He told her that Lydia ended the engagement because of her TB. Lyn told Pearl and Lennie that her Mom had gone to George's wedding, sitting at the back of the church, and leaving before it was over.7,8 

Family 2

Clarence Mayhew Watson b. 18 Feb 1913, d. 3 Dec 1989
MarriageLydia married Clarence Mayhew Watson on 29 April 1945 in Saskatchewan, CanadaG, at the Kreutzer farm near Lipton.9 

Citations

  1. [S127] Bob Turner, "William & Elizabeth Kreutzer -- Their Family", Before 1985 (Cupar, SK). Foreward by Len Kreutzer writen for Lipton History. Family information gathered yb Lee Kreutzer., Page 4. Hereinafter cited as "Kreutzer Family."
  2. [S128] Lipton and Area Historical Society, editor, Trails and Tales of Settlement and Progress, Lipton and District, 1875-1985 (Regina, SK: Focus Publishing Inc., 1987), Page 489. Hereinafter cited as Trails and Tales ...Lipton and District, 1875-1985.
  3. [S239] Linda (Sanford) Schofield, online unknown url, unknown author (unknown location), downloaded june 1998.
  4. [S1540] Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1956, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Lydia Elizabeth Kreutzer; Birth Date: 26 Nov 1912; Birth Place: Lipton, Saskatchewan; Arrival Date: 11 Sep 1938. Hereinafter cited as Border Crossings.
  5. [S2001] Roger Kreutzer, The Kreutzer Family from Reichau Austria 1898-2008 (Prince George, BC: Kreutzer, Roger, July 2008), p. 7 & 27. Hereinafter cited as The Kreutzer Family.
  6. [S2001] Roger Kreutzer, The Kreutzer Family, p. 7.
  7. [S2] Personal knowledge/research of Rick Moffat (Mesa, AZ 85207).
  8. [S2206] Interview with Len Kreutzer (Oak Lake, MB), by Rick and Carole Moffat, May 2, 2009. Carole's Journal (Lewisville, Denton County, Texas, USA).
  9. [S756] Unknown author, Marriage Memories - Watson/Kreutzer (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  10. [S842] Death Notices: Seib, Eleanor, Regina Leader-Post, Regina, SK, March 9, 2004, Page 25, column 4 viewed at Newspapers.com,, Obituary: Eleanor Seib. Hereinafter cited as Leader-Post.
  11. [S6672] Canadian Government, Passport - Watson, Lydia 1978-1983 (Ottawa, ON: Government of Canada, 1978), Page 4 of Lydia's passport certifies that her name on her birth registration was given as Lydia Elizabith Kreutzer (with an "i" rather than an "e" in "bith". Hereinafter cited as Passport - Watson, Lydia.
  12. [S1540] Border Crossings, online www.ancestry.com, Name: Lydia Kreutzer; Arrival Date:     3 Aug 1936; Port of Arrival:     Eastport, Idaho, USA.
  13. [S1267] Interview with Carole Moffat (Lewisville TX), by Rick Moffat. Rick Moffat Personal Files (Mesa, Arizona, USA).
  14. [S846] (title clipped off), undated newspaper clipping (partial), unknown location, about Feb 21, 1966 viewed at R G Moffat papers - Watson Binder,. Hereinafter cited as undated newspaper clipping (partial).
  15. [S8380] Deaths: Kreutzer, The Leader-Post, Regina, SK, Apr 16, 1974, Page 30, column 1 viewed at Newspapers.com,, Obituary: Elizabeth Kreutzer. Hereinafter cited as Leader-Post.
  16. [S1320] In Memory of Charles W. "Red" Watson Funeral Bulletin, Lydia Watson Binder (Mesa, Arizona, USA).
  17. [S723] Bausmer, Caroline (Lena) nee Kreutzer, The Fort Qu'Appelle Times, Fort Qu'Appelle, SK, Dec 22, 1987 viewed at R G Moffat papers - Watson Binder,. Hereinafter cited as Fort Qu'Appelle Times.
  18. [S9312] Death Notice: Basuer, The Leader-Post, Regina, SK, Dec 14, 1987, Page 31, column 1 viewed at Newspapers.com,, Obituary: Caroline "Lena" Bausmer née Kreutzer. Hereinafter cited as Leader-Post.
  19. [S8895] Deaths: Watson, Clarence (John), The Edmonton Journal, Edmonton, AB, Dec 5, 1989, Page 22, column 6 viewed at Newspapers.com,, Obituary: Clarence (John) Watson. Hereinafter cited as Edmonton Journal.
  20. [S666] Miller, George Henry "Bing", unsourced newspaper clipping, probably Ottawa, ON, about Oct 9, 1997 viewed at Lydia Watson Binder,. Hereinafter cited as unsourced newspaper clipping.