John Rickard1,2

M, #36012, b. circa 1916
Father*John Henry Wilbert Franklin Rickard1,2 b. 7 Jan 1884, d. 19 Jan 1975
Mother*Bessy Elizabeth Staples1,2 b. 31 Jan 1887, d. 28 May 1930
Last Edited16 Oct 2017
     John was born circa 1916.2 John married Charlotte (?).1
     In the obituary of David Moffat Rickard who died 7 November 2014, his half-brother, John Rickard was listed as predeceased.1

Census Data

     John Rickard appeared on the 1921 Canadian Census of Newcastle, Clarke Twp., Durham County, Ontario in the household of his parents, Frank Rickard and Bessie Rickard.2

Citations

  1. [S7934] David "Dave" RICKARD, The Toronto Star, Toronto, ON, Nov 10, 2014 viewed at www.legacy.com,, David Moffat Rickard. Hereinafter cited as Toronto Star.
  2. [S7936] John Rickard household, June 1, 1921 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Newcastle, Durham, Ontario; Page: 1; Family: 3, Library and Archives Canada (LAC), I read surname as Rickard.

Charlotte (?)1

F, #36013
Last Edited16 Oct 2017
     Charlotte married John Rickard.1
     In the obituary of David Moffat Rickard who died 7 November 2014, his sister-in-law, Charlotte Rickard was listed as predeceased.1

Family

John Rickard b. c 1916

Citations

  1. [S7934] David "Dave" RICKARD, The Toronto Star, Toronto, ON, Nov 10, 2014 viewed at www.legacy.com,, David Moffat Rickard. Hereinafter cited as Toronto Star.

Dorothy Margaret Rickard1

F, #36014, b. 1912, d. 2004
Father*John Henry Wilbert Franklin Rickard2,3,1 b. 7 Jan 1884, d. 19 Jan 1975
Mother*Bessy Elizabeth Staples2,3 b. 31 Jan 1887, d. 28 May 1930
Step-motherClara Eileen Moffat1 b. 28 Aug 1897, d. 4 Sep 1989
Last Edited16 Oct 2017
     Dorothy was born in 1912 in Ontario, CanadaG.4,3 Dorothy married Charles Spencer Hogg on 16 September 1939 in United Church, Newcastle, Clarke Twp., Durham County, Ontario, CanadaG.2,1 Dorothy Margaret Rickard was buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, York County, Ontario, CanadaG.4 She died in 2004.4
     The following newspaper article appeared in the Ottawa, Ontario Ottawa Journal 18 September 1939 :
Double Wedding at Newcastle
In the United Church, Newcastle, Ont., on Saturday afternoon at four o'clock, Dorothy Margaret, and Evelyn Bessie, two daughters of Mr. W. Franklin Rickard, M.P., were married in a double wedding ceremony. Miss Dorothy Margaret Rickard became the bride of Mr. Charles Spencer Hogg, and Miss Evelyn Bessie Rickard, the bride of John Francis Edwards.

Mr. Hogg is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Hogg, of Toronto, and Mr. Edwards the son of Mr. Fred A. Edwards, of Ottawa. The ceremony was, performed by Rev. R. E. Morton, of Newcastle, assisted by Rev. Basil Thompson, of Kingston. Miss Musa Cox, of Peterborough, presided at the organ, and Mr. Howard Wight, of Bowmanville, a cousin of the brides, sang "0 Promise Me" and "At Dawning".

Miss Dorothy Rickard was given in marriage by her father, and Miss Evelyn was escorted by her brother, John, and given in marriage by her father.

Miss Dorothy wore a gown of embroidered net, designed with a Sweetheart neckline, a fitted waistline, and a bouffant skirt that formed a long train. She wore a head-dress of shirred Brussels net and a finger tip veil. Miss Evelyn's bridal gown was of white taffeta, with a Sweetheart neck-line, and the fitted bodice was buttoned in the back to the bustle bow that swept into a long train. Her head-dress was of flowers, and her finger tip veil was of Brussels net. Both brides carried arm bouquets of Butterfly roses and lily-of-the-valley.
Attendants for Miss Dorothy were Miss Helen Wootton, Peterborough, and Miss Jean Rickard, sister of the brides. The attendants for Miss Evelyn were Miss Marjorie Bradt, Bowmanville, and Miss Eileen Edwards, of Ottawa, sister of the bridegroom. Mr. Loren Hogg was best man for his cousin, and the best man for Mr. Edwards was Mr. Robert Shepperd, of Ottawa. The ushers were Mr. Douglas Wight, of Bowmanville, Mr. Alfred Graham, of Newcastle, Mr. Ted Edwards, of Ottawa, and Mr. Colin Ross, of Ottawa.

The brides' attendants were gowned alike in charm coral taffeta, with full skirts. Their hats were stiffened bows on shirred bands, and they carried nosegays of Butterfly roses and blue delphinium.

A reception was held at the home of the brides' parents, where peach and white gladioli and ferns were used in decoration.
Later the two couples left on their wedding trips. Mr. and Mrs. Hogg left by motor for Rochester and other points. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards left to spend their honeymoon in Muskoka and Northern Ontario. Mrs. Hogg travelled in a Viking blue dress, with matching hat and accessories. Mrs. Edwards wore a fir tree green frock, with a black hat.

Mr. and Mrs. Hogg will reside in Toronto, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwards in Kingston. Mr. Edwards was a member of the Argonaut football team, when they won the Dominion championship in 1937, and is now athletic director at Queen's University.1

     In the obituary of David Moffat Rickard who died 7 November 2014, his half-sister, Dorothy Rickard was listed as predeceased.2

Census Data

     Dorothy Rickard appeared on the 1921 Canadian Census of Newcastle, Clarke Twp., Durham County, Ontario in the household of her parents, Frank Rickard and Bessie Rickard.3

Family

Charles Spencer Hogg b. 1903, d. 1978
Marriage*Dorothy married Charles Spencer Hogg on 16 September 1939 in United Church, Newcastle, Clarke Twp., Durham County, Ontario, CanadaG.2,1 

Citations

  1. [S7937] Double Wedding at Newcastle, The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, ON, Sep 18, 1939, Page 10, column 5 viewed at Newspapers.com,, Double Wedding at Newcastle. Hereinafter cited as Ottawa Journal.
  2. [S7934] David "Dave" RICKARD, The Toronto Star, Toronto, ON, Nov 10, 2014 viewed at www.legacy.com,, David Moffat Rickard. Hereinafter cited as Toronto Star.
  3. [S7936] John Rickard household, June 1, 1921 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Newcastle, Durham, Ontario; Page: 1; Family: 3, Library and Archives Canada (LAC), I read surname as Rickard.
  4. [S4199] Find A Grave memorial page , Find A Grave, Find A Grave search page; "A database submitted by individuals supposedly of cemetery interments, often from grave memorials or cemetery records and often supplemented by other information, generally without identification of the sources except when a tombstone photo is included."; cited as "Find A Grave., Dorothy M. Rickard Hogg
    Grave MarkerTranscription:
    In Loving Memory of Charles S. Hogg     1903 - 1978
    Beloved Husband of Dorothy M. Rickard     1912 - 2004.

Charles Spencer Hogg1

M, #36015, b. 1903, d. 1978
Last Edited16 Oct 2017
     Charles was born in 1903.2 Charles married Dorothy Margaret Rickard on 16 September 1939 in United Church, Newcastle, Clarke Twp., Durham County, Ontario, CanadaG.3,1 Charles Spencer Hogg was buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, York County, Ontario, CanadaG.2 He died in 1978.2
     The following newspaper article appeared in the Ottawa, Ontario Ottawa Journal 18 September 1939 :
Double Wedding at Newcastle
In the United Church, Newcastle, Ont., on Saturday afternoon at four o'clock, Dorothy Margaret, and Evelyn Bessie, two daughters of Mr. W. Franklin Rickard, M.P., were married in a double wedding ceremony. Miss Dorothy Margaret Rickard became the bride of Mr. Charles Spencer Hogg, and Miss Evelyn Bessie Rickard, the bride of John Francis Edwards.

Mr. Hogg is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Hogg, of Toronto, and Mr. Edwards the son of Mr. Fred A. Edwards, of Ottawa. The ceremony was, performed by Rev. R. E. Morton, of Newcastle, assisted by Rev. Basil Thompson, of Kingston. Miss Musa Cox, of Peterborough, presided at the organ, and Mr. Howard Wight, of Bowmanville, a cousin of the brides, sang "0 Promise Me" and "At Dawning".

Miss Dorothy Rickard was given in marriage by her father, and Miss Evelyn was escorted by her brother, John, and given in marriage by her father.

Miss Dorothy wore a gown of embroidered net, designed with a Sweetheart neckline, a fitted waistline, and a bouffant skirt that formed a long train. She wore a head-dress of shirred Brussels net and a finger tip veil. Miss Evelyn's bridal gown was of white taffeta, with a Sweetheart neck-line, and the fitted bodice was buttoned in the back to the bustle bow that swept into a long train. Her head-dress was of flowers, and her finger tip veil was of Brussels net. Both brides carried arm bouquets of Butterfly roses and lily-of-the-valley.
Attendants for Miss Dorothy were Miss Helen Wootton, Peterborough, and Miss Jean Rickard, sister of the brides. The attendants for Miss Evelyn were Miss Marjorie Bradt, Bowmanville, and Miss Eileen Edwards, of Ottawa, sister of the bridegroom. Mr. Loren Hogg was best man for his cousin, and the best man for Mr. Edwards was Mr. Robert Shepperd, of Ottawa. The ushers were Mr. Douglas Wight, of Bowmanville, Mr. Alfred Graham, of Newcastle, Mr. Ted Edwards, of Ottawa, and Mr. Colin Ross, of Ottawa.

The brides' attendants were gowned alike in charm coral taffeta, with full skirts. Their hats were stiffened bows on shirred bands, and they carried nosegays of Butterfly roses and blue delphinium.

A reception was held at the home of the brides' parents, where peach and white gladioli and ferns were used in decoration.
Later the two couples left on their wedding trips. Mr. and Mrs. Hogg left by motor for Rochester and other points. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards left to spend their honeymoon in Muskoka and Northern Ontario. Mrs. Hogg travelled in a Viking blue dress, with matching hat and accessories. Mrs. Edwards wore a fir tree green frock, with a black hat.

Mr. and Mrs. Hogg will reside in Toronto, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwards in Kingston. Mr. Edwards was a member of the Argonaut football team, when they won the Dominion championship in 1937, and is now athletic director at Queen's University.1

     In the obituary of David Moffat Rickard who died 7 November 2014, his brother-in-law, Charles was listed as predeceased.3

Family

Dorothy Margaret Rickard b. 1912, d. 2004

Citations

  1. [S7937] Double Wedding at Newcastle, The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, ON, Sep 18, 1939, Page 10, column 5 viewed at Newspapers.com,, Double Wedding at Newcastle. Hereinafter cited as Ottawa Journal.
  2. [S4199] Find A Grave memorial page , Find A Grave, Find A Grave search page; "A database submitted by individuals supposedly of cemetery interments, often from grave memorials or cemetery records and often supplemented by other information, generally without identification of the sources except when a tombstone photo is included."; cited as "Find A Grave., Charles S. Hogg
    Grave MarkerTranscription:
    In Loving Memory of Charles S. Hogg     1903 - 1978
    Beloved Husband of Dorothy M. Rickard     1912 - 2004.
  3. [S7934] David "Dave" RICKARD, The Toronto Star, Toronto, ON, Nov 10, 2014 viewed at www.legacy.com,, David Moffat Rickard. Hereinafter cited as Toronto Star.

Evelyn Bessie Rickard1

F, #36016, b. circa 1914
Father*John Henry Wilbert Franklin Rickard2,3,1 b. 7 Jan 1884, d. 19 Jan 1975
Mother*Bessy Elizabeth Staples2,3 b. 31 Jan 1887, d. 28 May 1930
Step-motherClara Eileen Moffat1 b. 28 Aug 1897, d. 4 Sep 1989
Last Edited16 Oct 2017
     Evelyn was born circa 1914 in Ontario, CanadaG.3 Evelyn married John Francis Edwards on 16 September 1939 in United Church, Newcastle, Clarke Twp., Durham County, Ontario, CanadaG.2,1
     The following newspaper article appeared in the Ottawa, Ontario Ottawa Journal 18 September 1939 :
Double Wedding at Newcastle
In the United Church, Newcastle, Ont., on Saturday afternoon at four o'clock, Dorothy Margaret, and Evelyn Bessie, two daughters of Mr. W. Franklin Rickard, M.P., were married in a double wedding ceremony. Miss Dorothy Margaret Rickard became the bride of Mr. Charles Spencer Hogg, and Miss Evelyn Bessie Rickard, the bride of John Francis Edwards.

Mr. Hogg is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Hogg, of Toronto, and Mr. Edwards the son of Mr. Fred A. Edwards, of Ottawa. The ceremony was, performed by Rev. R. E. Morton, of Newcastle, assisted by Rev. Basil Thompson, of Kingston. Miss Musa Cox, of Peterborough, presided at the organ, and Mr. Howard Wight, of Bowmanville, a cousin of the brides, sang "0 Promise Me" and "At Dawning".

Miss Dorothy Rickard was given in marriage by her father, and Miss Evelyn was escorted by her brother, John, and given in marriage by her father.

Miss Dorothy wore a gown of embroidered net, designed with a Sweetheart neckline, a fitted waistline, and a bouffant skirt that formed a long train. She wore a head-dress of shirred Brussels net and a finger tip veil. Miss Evelyn's bridal gown was of white taffeta, with a Sweetheart neck-line, and the fitted bodice was buttoned in the back to the bustle bow that swept into a long train. Her head-dress was of flowers, and her finger tip veil was of Brussels net. Both brides carried arm bouquets of Butterfly roses and lily-of-the-valley.
Attendants for Miss Dorothy were Miss Helen Wootton, Peterborough, and Miss Jean Rickard, sister of the brides. The attendants for Miss Evelyn were Miss Marjorie Bradt, Bowmanville, and Miss Eileen Edwards, of Ottawa, sister of the bridegroom. Mr. Loren Hogg was best man for his cousin, and the best man for Mr. Edwards was Mr. Robert Shepperd, of Ottawa. The ushers were Mr. Douglas Wight, of Bowmanville, Mr. Alfred Graham, of Newcastle, Mr. Ted Edwards, of Ottawa, and Mr. Colin Ross, of Ottawa.

The brides' attendants were gowned alike in charm coral taffeta, with full skirts. Their hats were stiffened bows on shirred bands, and they carried nosegays of Butterfly roses and blue delphinium.

A reception was held at the home of the brides' parents, where peach and white gladioli and ferns were used in decoration.
Later the two couples left on their wedding trips. Mr. and Mrs. Hogg left by motor for Rochester and other points. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards left to spend their honeymoon in Muskoka and Northern Ontario. Mrs. Hogg travelled in a Viking blue dress, with matching hat and accessories. Mrs. Edwards wore a fir tree green frock, with a black hat.

Mr. and Mrs. Hogg will reside in Toronto, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwards in Kingston. Mr. Edwards was a member of the Argonaut football team, when they won the Dominion championship in 1937, and is now athletic director at Queen's University.1

     In the obituary of David Moffat Rickard who died 7 November 2014, his half-sister, Evelyn Rickard was listed as predeceased.2

Census Data

     Evelyn Rickard appeared on the 1921 Canadian Census of Newcastle, Clarke Twp., Durham County, Ontario in the household of her parents, Frank Rickard and Bessie Rickard.3

Citations

  1. [S7937] Double Wedding at Newcastle, The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, ON, Sep 18, 1939, Page 10, column 5 viewed at Newspapers.com,, Double Wedding at Newcastle. Hereinafter cited as Ottawa Journal.
  2. [S7934] David "Dave" RICKARD, The Toronto Star, Toronto, ON, Nov 10, 2014 viewed at www.legacy.com,, David Moffat Rickard. Hereinafter cited as Toronto Star.
  3. [S7936] John Rickard household, June 1, 1921 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Newcastle, Durham, Ontario; Page: 1; Family: 3, Library and Archives Canada (LAC), I read surname as Rickard.

John Francis Edwards1

M, #36017
Last Edited16 Oct 2017
     John married Evelyn Bessie Rickard on 16 September 1939 in United Church, Newcastle, Clarke Twp., Durham County, Ontario, CanadaG.2,1
     The following newspaper article appeared in the Ottawa, Ontario Ottawa Journal 18 September 1939 :
Double Wedding at Newcastle
In the United Church, Newcastle, Ont., on Saturday afternoon at four o'clock, Dorothy Margaret, and Evelyn Bessie, two daughters of Mr. W. Franklin Rickard, M.P., were married in a double wedding ceremony. Miss Dorothy Margaret Rickard became the bride of Mr. Charles Spencer Hogg, and Miss Evelyn Bessie Rickard, the bride of John Francis Edwards.

Mr. Hogg is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Hogg, of Toronto, and Mr. Edwards the son of Mr. Fred A. Edwards, of Ottawa. The ceremony was, performed by Rev. R. E. Morton, of Newcastle, assisted by Rev. Basil Thompson, of Kingston. Miss Musa Cox, of Peterborough, presided at the organ, and Mr. Howard Wight, of Bowmanville, a cousin of the brides, sang "0 Promise Me" and "At Dawning".

Miss Dorothy Rickard was given in marriage by her father, and Miss Evelyn was escorted by her brother, John, and given in marriage by her father.

Miss Dorothy wore a gown of embroidered net, designed with a Sweetheart neckline, a fitted waistline, and a bouffant skirt that formed a long train. She wore a head-dress of shirred Brussels net and a finger tip veil. Miss Evelyn's bridal gown was of white taffeta, with a Sweetheart neck-line, and the fitted bodice was buttoned in the back to the bustle bow that swept into a long train. Her head-dress was of flowers, and her finger tip veil was of Brussels net. Both brides carried arm bouquets of Butterfly roses and lily-of-the-valley.
Attendants for Miss Dorothy were Miss Helen Wootton, Peterborough, and Miss Jean Rickard, sister of the brides. The attendants for Miss Evelyn were Miss Marjorie Bradt, Bowmanville, and Miss Eileen Edwards, of Ottawa, sister of the bridegroom. Mr. Loren Hogg was best man for his cousin, and the best man for Mr. Edwards was Mr. Robert Shepperd, of Ottawa. The ushers were Mr. Douglas Wight, of Bowmanville, Mr. Alfred Graham, of Newcastle, Mr. Ted Edwards, of Ottawa, and Mr. Colin Ross, of Ottawa.

The brides' attendants were gowned alike in charm coral taffeta, with full skirts. Their hats were stiffened bows on shirred bands, and they carried nosegays of Butterfly roses and blue delphinium.

A reception was held at the home of the brides' parents, where peach and white gladioli and ferns were used in decoration.
Later the two couples left on their wedding trips. Mr. and Mrs. Hogg left by motor for Rochester and other points. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards left to spend their honeymoon in Muskoka and Northern Ontario. Mrs. Hogg travelled in a Viking blue dress, with matching hat and accessories. Mrs. Edwards wore a fir tree green frock, with a black hat.

Mr. and Mrs. Hogg will reside in Toronto, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwards in Kingston. Mr. Edwards was a member of the Argonaut football team, when they won the Dominion championship in 1937, and is now athletic director at Queen's University.1

     In the obituary of David Moffat Rickard who died 7 November 2014, his brother-in-law, John was listed as predeceased.2

Family

Evelyn Bessie Rickard b. c 1914

Citations

  1. [S7937] Double Wedding at Newcastle, The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, ON, Sep 18, 1939, Page 10, column 5 viewed at Newspapers.com,, Double Wedding at Newcastle. Hereinafter cited as Ottawa Journal.
  2. [S7934] David "Dave" RICKARD, The Toronto Star, Toronto, ON, Nov 10, 2014 viewed at www.legacy.com,, David Moffat Rickard. Hereinafter cited as Toronto Star.

Jean Ferguson Rickard1

F, #36018, b. 7 August 1917
Father*John Henry Wilbert Franklin Rickard2,3 b. 7 Jan 1884, d. 19 Jan 1975
Mother*Bessy Elizabeth Staples2,3 b. 31 Jan 1887, d. 28 May 1930
Last Edited16 Oct 2017
     Jean was born on 7 August 1917 in Ontario, CanadaG.4,3 Jean married Clarence William Shipley on 7 October 1944.4,2
     In the obituary of David Moffat Rickard who died 7 November 2014, his half-sister, Jean Rickard was listed as predeceased.2

Census Data

     Jean Rickard appeared on the 1921 Canadian Census of Newcastle, Clarke Twp., Durham County, Ontario in the household of her parents, Frank Rickard and Bessie Rickard.3

Family

Clarence William Shipley d. 1971

Citations

  1. [S1700] Whole Tree-Mar 16 2011 , Ancestry.com, Whole Tree-Mar 16 2011; "A user submitted tree of limited genealogical value due to the lack of sources. Consider relationships as hints for further research"; cited as "Whole Tree-Mar 16 2011., Name     Jean Ferguson Rickard.
  2. [S7934] David "Dave" RICKARD, The Toronto Star, Toronto, ON, Nov 10, 2014 viewed at www.legacy.com,, David Moffat Rickard. Hereinafter cited as Toronto Star.
  3. [S7936] John Rickard household, June 1, 1921 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Newcastle, Durham, Ontario; Page: 1; Family: 3, Library and Archives Canada (LAC), I read surname as Rickard.
  4. [S1700] "Whole Tree-Mar 16 2011", online Whole Tree-Mar 16 2011: Name     Jean Ferguson Rickard & Clarence William Shipley.

Clarence William Shipley1

M, #36019, d. 1971
Last Edited16 Oct 2017
     Clarence married Jean Ferguson Rickard on 7 October 1944.1,2 He died in 1971.1
     Clarence William Shipley was also known as Clare.2
     In the obituary of David Moffat Rickard who died 7 November 2014, his brother-in-law, Clare was listed as predeceased.2

Family

Jean Ferguson Rickard b. 7 Aug 1917

Citations

  1. [S1700] Whole Tree-Mar 16 2011 , Ancestry.com, Whole Tree-Mar 16 2011; "A user submitted tree of limited genealogical value due to the lack of sources. Consider relationships as hints for further research"; cited as "Whole Tree-Mar 16 2011., Name     Jean Ferguson Rickard & Clarence William Shipley.
  2. [S7934] David "Dave" RICKARD, The Toronto Star, Toronto, ON, Nov 10, 2014 viewed at www.legacy.com,, David Moffat Rickard. Hereinafter cited as Toronto Star.

William Charles Schutt1

M, #36020, b. 1 May 1870
Father*Charles M Schutt1,2 b. 7 Mar 1848, d. 25 Aug 1921
Mother*Wilhelmina Kruger1,2 b. 23 May 1845, d. 15 May 1925
Last Edited18 Jan 2018
     William was born on 1 May 1870 in Eganville, Renfrew County, Ontario, CanadaG.1,2 William married Flora Lyttle on 9 October 1901 in Westmeath Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario, CanadaG, according to Ontario Marriage Registration 015433.1

Census Data

     William Schutt appeared on the 1901 Canadian Census of Raglan & Radcliffe Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario in the household of his parents, Charles Schutt and Wilhelmine Schutt, listed as a shanty man.2

Family

Flora Lyttle b. c 1879

Citations

  1. [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 Charles Schutt & Flora Lyttle.
  2. [S8207] Chars Schutt household, Mar 31, 1901 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Raglan & Radcliffe, Renfrew South, Ontario; Page: 1; Family: 1, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Film: T-6494.