Thomas Richmond1,2,3,4,5,6

M, #40504, b. 22 January 1897, d. 30 December 1965
Father*Horace Richmond1,2,3,4,5,6 b. 13 Sep 1874, d. 10 Jan 1957
Mother*Mary Alice Haworth1,2,3,4,5,6 b. 11 Jun 1872, d. 31 Jul 1952
Last Edited27 Jan 2020
     He was born on 22 January 1897 at Blackburn, Lancashire, England.1,2,3,5,6 Alternatively, he was born on 22 January 1896 at Blackburn, Lancashire, England, as he declared in his WWI Attestation papers. The 1897 date was also given in the same military service file, and it is supported by his death registration.1 Thomas married Annie Grant on 12 June 1924 at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.7,2
     He died on 30 December 1965 at Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, at age 68. For the last 5 1/2 years he had been a watchman for the Vancouver Parks Board.2 The informant on his death registration was Annie Richmond.2
     Asquith and District Honour Roll:
     "Richmond, Tom" of the Asquith district.
Family Background:
     Thomas was the son of Horace and Mary Alice Richmond. Horace came to the Asquith district before the townsite was surveyed and before the railroad was built. This was in 1904, making him one of the earliest settlers as the district opened up. Horace is briefly mentioned in the Asquith history as holding positions with the school board (1916 & 1917) and as vestryman of St. George's Anglican Church (1907.) His daughter, Lizzie is listed as a teacher at Grasby School ((1916) and Polar Crescent (1917.) When she married in 1921, she was reported to be teaching at the Asquith School. Homestead records show that Horace filed on NW 32-36-9-W3 on 25 Apr 1904. He was likely the H. Richmond who sailed on the "Tunisian" leaving Liverpool and arriving at Halifax (or St. John) on 15 Mar 1904. According to it, he was a mechanic, bound for Regina. This is consistent with his occupation of cycle manufatcturer from the 1901 census. He must have returned to England to get his family, because they arrived together on Jan 11, 1909 at Halifax, bound for Asquith where he was a "farmer."
Other comments:
     In 1917, prior to his conscription, Thomas had bronchitis following having "numerous colds." After going to England, he had frequent bouts of chronic bronchitis. He also suffered several episodes of influenza, the two of which occurred even before his voyage to England. After the war, he farmed with his father near Asquith. He married Annie Grant of Saskatoon in 1924, and they made their residence at Asquith. In about 1930, they moved to British Columbia. I have been unable to locate obituaries that would allow fleshing out their family further.1,8
Canadian Military Service - WWI

     Thomas Richmond of the Asquith district was conscripted on 29 June 1918 at Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, joining the Canadian Engineers in draft 158. He was an unmarried farmer with no previous military experience. He had had his medical examination in Saskatoon on 22 Oct 1917. He was described as being 5' 4" and 130 lbs. with light hair, brown eyes and a fair complexion. On his conscription papers he listed his next-of-kin as his father, Horace Richmond of Asquith.1
     On 9 August 1918 at Manitoba Military Hospital, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, he was admitted for influenza and was discharged 10 days later.1
     On 3 September 1918 at Brockville, Ontario, Canada, he was hospitalized with influenza and was discharged 3 days later.1
     On 26 September 1918 at Montréal, Québec, Canada, his unit embarked on "H.M.T. City of Cairo" arriving at Devonport on 12 Oct 1918.1
     From 11 October 1918 to 23 December 1918 at England he was hospitalized with influenza, first coming straight off the ship that brought him from Canada and again from 5 Feb 1919 to 5 Mar 1919. The second time they diagnosed him with influenza and tonsillitis.1
     On 23 June 1919 at Southhampton, Hampshire, England, he embarked for Canada aboard the "H.M.T. Mauretania."1 Spr. Thomas Richmond ended military service as part of general demobilization on 6 July 1919 at Toronto, Ontario, Canada, having served in England with the D Wing, C.C.C. of the Canadian Engineers Reserve (Battalion?) (C.E.R.B.)
End of Military Service section.1

Census Data

     Thomas Richmond appeared on the1901 British Census of at Blackburn, at Lancashire, England, in the household of his parents, Horace Richmond and Mary A. Richmond.3
     Thomas Richmond appeared on the 1911 Canadian Census of RM of Loganton, Saskatchewan in the household of his parents, Horace Richmond and Mary Richmond.5
     He appeared on the 1916 Census of Canadian Prairie Provinces RM of Loganton, Saskatchewan in the household of his parents, Harrisee (sic) Richmond and Mary Alice Haworth, listed as a farmer's son.9
     Thomas Richmond appeared in the 1921 Canadian Census of RM of Loganton, Saskatchewan in the household of his parents, Horace Richmond and Mary Richmond, listed as a farmer's son.6
     H. Richmond immigrated with his parents, H. Richmond and Mrs. Richmond on 11 January 1909 to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, from England, bound for Asquith, Saskatchewan. They arrived on the Corsican sailing from Liverpool.. He was listed as age 10 rather than 11.4,5,10 Thomas Richmond of Vancouver was the informant on the death registration of his father, Horace Richmond who died on 10 January 1957.11

Family

Annie Grant
Marriage*Thomas married Annie Grant on 12 June 1924 at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.7,2 

Citations

  1. [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 (PDF): Private Thomas Richmond. Hereinafter cited as WWI Service Files.
  2. [S10477] Thomas Richmond, Death Registration 1965-09-016701, BC Death Registration image: Thomas Richmond (30 Dec 1965), Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  3. [S10482] Horace Richmond household, March 31, 1901 U.K. Census, England, Blackburn, Lancashire; RG13; Piece: 3086; Folio: 73; Page: 4, The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO).
  4. [S10485] Harrisee (sic) Richmond household, June 1, 1916 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Loganton (Municipality) Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Page: 18; Family No: 180, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll: T-21944.
  5. [S10486] Horace Richmond household, 05 Jun 1911 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Subdistrct 14, Saskatoon (rural census district), Saskatchewan; Page 20; Family: 208, Library and Archives Canada (LAC), Very poor image quality but I read the family surname as Richmond, and their lodger is Arthur Gates.
  6. [S10487] Horace Richmond household, June 1, 1921 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Loganton (municipality), Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Page 13; Family: 129, Library and Archives Canada (LAC).
  7. [S10478] Recent Weddings: Richmond--Grant, Star-Phoenix, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 16 Jun 1924, Page 7, column 2 viewed at Newspapers.com, Wedding: Richmond--Grant. Hereinafter cited as Star-Phoenix.
  8. [S2139] Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935 , Library and Archives Canada (LAC), Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935; "This database provides indexed access to images of passenger lists from Library and Archives Canada, Department of Employment and Immigration fonds"; cited as "Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935., Name:     H Richmond.
  9. [S10485] June 1, 1916 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Loganton (Municipality) Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Page: 18; Family No: 180, I read his name as Harrisee. No matter how much I try to see Horace, it is not there.
  10. [S2139] "Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935", online Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935: Mr & Mrs H Richomond with children H and E.
  11. [S10475] Horace Richmond, Death Registration 1957-09-001324, BC Death Registration image: Horace Richmond (14 Jan 1957), Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Horace Richmond1,2,3

M, #40505, b. 13 September 1874, d. 10 January 1957
Last Edited27 Jan 2020
     He was born on 13 September 1874 at Blackburn, Lancashire, England.4,2,3,5,6,7 Horace married Mary Alice Haworth He was a fireman and she was a weaver on 11 June 1896 at Mellor Parish, Lancashire, England.1,4,2,8,3,5,6,7
     He died on 10 January 1957 at the Laurier Rest Home at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, at age 82.2 The informant on his death registration was Thomas Richmond.2
     Horace Richmond was listed as next-of-kin on his son Thomas's conscription papers; joining the Canadian Engineers in draft 158.1

Census Data

     Horace Richmond and Mary A. Richmond appeared on the 1901 British Census of England, at Blackburn, Lancashire, enumerated 31 March 1901, enumerated as a cycle manufacturer working on his own account. Their children Thomas and Elizabeth were listed as living with them.3
     Horace Richmond and Mary appeared on the 1911 Canadian Census of RM of Loganton, Saskatchewan, enumerated 5 June 1911. Horace was enumerated as a farmer and an Anglican. Their children Lizzie and Thomas were listed as living with them. They also had a lodger, Arthur Gates (19) who appears to have been a painter.6
     Harrisee (sic) Richmond and Mary Alice Haworth appeared on the 1916 Census of Canadian Prairie Provinces, RM of Loganton, Saskatchewan, enumerated 1 June 1916, enumerated as a farmer and an Anglican. Their children Thomas and Lizzie were listed as living with them.5
     Horace Richmond and Mary Richmond appeared on the 1921 Canadian Census of RM of Loganton, Saskatchewan, enumerated 1 June 1921, enumerated as a farmer and an Anglican. Their son Thomas was listed as living with them. They also had a married couple as lodgers, Thomas and Doris Picherhill who had just come from England in the current year.7
     Horace Richmond immigrated circa 1904 to Canada from England.2,5 He and Mrs. Richmond immigrated on 11 January 1909 to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, from England, bound for Asquith, Saskatchewan, accompanied by H. and E.. They arrived on the Corsican sailing from Liverpool.9,6,10
     In circa October 1929, Horace and Mary moved to British Columbia, Canada. They apparently retired from farming shortly before this but retained their farms and threshing outfit. The community held a farewell for them as reported 16 Oct 1929.11,2
     The following newspaper article appeared in the Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Saskatoon StarPhoenix 16 October 1929 :
ASQUITH PIONEER LEAVES FOR COAST ASQUITH
     Mr. and Mrs. Horace Richmond Receive Parting Gifts at Farewell Social[:CR:]    [:NB:]ASQUITH.--Mr. and Mrs. Horace Richmond, pioneers of the Asquith district, were the guests of honor at a whist party and entertainment given in the Arlington Hotel on Monday evening evening where about 100 of their friends gathered to bid them farewell pending their departure to Vancouver where they intend to make their future home. After the cards, refreshments were served and a program followed with Mayor H. J. Baldwin as chairman. Those assisting with vocal selections, readings, etc., were, Mr.s H. J. Baldwin, Miss M. Dingwall, Miss N. Bigelow, Miss W. Dawson, Miss H. Little, Wyatt Warren and Jack Bowles. The latter read J2 verses which touched on the life and progress of Mr. and Mrs. Richmond from tho time they arrived in thia country. Mr. Baldwin then presented Mrs. Richmond with a glass and silver casserole, and Mr. Richmond with a set of pipes and case, assuring them of the good wishes of their friends. Mr. and Mr. Richmond were among the first settlers in the district locating before the town site was surveyed or the railway built. Mrs. Richmond was also the recipient of a heavy silver cake plate the gift of the ladles of the St. George's Anglican church and W.A. on Saturday afternoon when Mrs. M. E. Bowles entertained in her honor. Mr. E. T. Salt read the address and Mrs. W. Topham made the presentation.11
Horace Richmond was the informant on the death registration of his wife, Mary Alice Richmond who died on 31 July 1952.12

Family

Mary Alice Haworth b. 11 Jun 1872, d. 31 Jul 1952
Marriage*Horace married Mary Alice Haworth He was a fireman and she was a weaver on 11 June 1896 at Mellor Parish, Lancashire, England.1,4,2,8,3,5,6,7 
Children

Citations

  1. [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 (PDF): Private Thomas Richmond. Hereinafter cited as WWI Service Files.
  2. [S10475] Horace Richmond, Death Registration 1957-09-001324, BC Death Registration image: Horace Richmond (14 Jan 1957), Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  3. [S10482] Horace Richmond household, March 31, 1901 U.K. Census, England, Blackburn, Lancashire; RG13; Piece: 3086; Folio: 73; Page: 4, The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO).
  4. [S7188] Lancashire, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1936, online Lancashire, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1936, Horace Richmond & Mary Alice Haworth. Hereinafter cited as Lancs, Eng, Church of England Marriages & Banns, 1754-1936.
  5. [S10485] Harrisee (sic) Richmond household, June 1, 1916 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Loganton (Municipality) Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Page: 18; Family No: 180, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll: T-21944, I read his name as Harrisee. No matter how much I try to see Horace, it is not there.
  6. [S10486] Horace Richmond household, 05 Jun 1911 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Subdistrct 14, Saskatoon (rural census district), Saskatchewan; Page 20; Family: 208, Library and Archives Canada (LAC), Very poor image quality but I read the family surname as Richmond, and their lodger is Arthur Gates.
  7. [S10487] Horace Richmond household, June 1, 1921 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Loganton (municipality), Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Page 13; Family: 129, Library and Archives Canada (LAC).
  8. [S10476] Mary Alice Richmond née Howarth, Death Registration 1952-09-007635, BC Death Registration image: Mary Alice Richmond née Howorth (4 Aug 1952), Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  9. [S10485] June 1, 1916 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Loganton (Municipality) Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Page: 18; Family No: 180.
  10. [S2139] Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935 , Library and Archives Canada (LAC), Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935; "This database provides indexed access to images of passenger lists from Library and Archives Canada, Department of Employment and Immigration fonds"; cited as "Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935., Mr & Mrs H Richomond with children H and E.
  11. [S10479] Asquith Pioneer Leaves For Coast, Star-Phoenix, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 16 Oct 1929, Page 11, column 6 viewed at Newspapers.com, Mr. & Mrs. Horace Richmond Move to Coast. Hereinafter cited as Star-Phoenix.
  12. [S10477] Thomas Richmond, Death Registration 1965-09-016701, BC Death Registration image: Mary Alice Richmond née Howorth (30 Dec 1965), Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  13. [S10477] Thomas Richmond, Death Registration 1965-09-016701, BC Death Registration image: Thomas Richmond (30 Dec 1965).
  14. [S10483] Lizzie Moore née Richmond, Death Registration 1975-09-009641, BC Death Registration image: Lizzie Moore née Richmond (16 Jun 1975), Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  15. [S10484] Moore--Richmond marriage, 30 Jun 1921, Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 1921-09-237020, BC Marriage Registration image: Richard Herbert Moore and Lizzie Richmond.

Mary Alice Haworth1

F, #40506, b. 11 June 1872, d. 31 July 1952
Last Edited27 Jan 2020
     She was born on 11 June 1872 at Mellor, Lancashire, England.1,2,3,4,5 Alternatively, she was born in June 1874 at England according to the 1911 census. Perhaps this is a case of not wanting to appear older than her husband.6 Mary married Horace Richmond He was a fireman and she was a weaver on 11 June 1896 at Mellor Parish, Lancashire, England.7,1,8,2,3,9,6,5
     She died on 31 July 1952 at her home at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, at age 80.10 The informant on her death registration was Horace Richmond.11 Mary Alice Richmond was buried on 4 August 1952 at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.11

Census Data

     Mary A. Richmond and Horace Richmond appeared on the 1901 British Census of England, Blackburn, at Lancashire, enumerated 31 March 1901, enumerated as a cycle manufacturer working on his own account. Their children Thomas and Elizabeth were listed as living with them.3
     Horace Richmond and Mary appeared on the 1911 Canadian Census of RM of Loganton, Saskatchewan, enumerated 5 June 1911. Horace was enumerated as a farmer and an Anglican. Their children Lizzie and Thomas were listed as living with them. They also had a lodger, Arthur Gates (19) who appears to have been a painter.6
     Mary Alice Haworth and Harrisee (sic) Richmond appeared on the 1916 Census of Canadian Prairie Provinces, RM of Loganton, Saskatchewan, enumerated 1 June 1916, enumerated as a farmer and an Anglican. Their children Thomas and Lizzie were listed as living with them.9

Mary Richmond and Horace Richmond appeared on the 1921 Canadian Census of RM of Loganton, Saskatchewan, enumerated 1 June 1921, enumerated as a farmer and an Anglican. Their son Thomas was listed as living with them. They also had a married couple as lodgers, Thomas and Doris Picherhill who had just come from England in the current year.5
     Mrs. Richmond and H. Richmond immigrated on 11 January 1909 to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, from England, bound for Asquith, Saskatchewan, accompanied by H. and E.. They arrived on the Corsican sailing from Liverpool.4,6,12
     In circa October 1929, Mary and Horace moved to British Columbia, Canada. They apparently retired from farming shortly before this but retained their farms and threshing outfit. The community held a farewell for them as reported 16 Oct 1929.13,8
     The following newspaper article appeared in the Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Saskatoon StarPhoenix 16 October 1929 :
ASQUITH PIONEER LEAVES FOR COAST ASQUITH
     Mr. and Mrs. Horace Richmond Receive Parting Gifts at Farewell Social[:CR:]    [:NB:]ASQUITH.--Mr. and Mrs. Horace Richmond, pioneers of the Asquith district, were the guests of honor at a whist party and entertainment given in the Arlington Hotel on Monday evening evening where about 100 of their friends gathered to bid them farewell pending their departure to Vancouver where they intend to make their future home. After the cards, refreshments were served and a program followed with Mayor H. J. Baldwin as chairman. Those assisting with vocal selections, readings, etc., were, Mr.s H. J. Baldwin, Miss M. Dingwall, Miss N. Bigelow, Miss W. Dawson, Miss H. Little, Wyatt Warren and Jack Bowles. The latter read J2 verses which touched on the life and progress of Mr. and Mrs. Richmond from tho time they arrived in thia country. Mr. Baldwin then presented Mrs. Richmond with a glass and silver casserole, and Mr. Richmond with a set of pipes and case, assuring them of the good wishes of their friends. Mr. and Mr. Richmond were among the first settlers in the district locating before the town site was surveyed or the railway built. Mrs. Richmond was also the recipient of a heavy silver cake plate the gift of the ladles of the St. George's Anglican church and W.A. on Saturday afternoon when Mrs. M. E. Bowles entertained in her honor. Mr. E. T. Salt read the address and Mrs. W. Topham made the presentation.13

Family

Horace Richmond b. 13 Sep 1874, d. 10 Jan 1957
Marriage*Mary married Horace Richmond He was a fireman and she was a weaver on 11 June 1896 at Mellor Parish, Lancashire, England.7,1,8,2,3,9,6,5 
Children

Citations

  1. [S7188] Lancashire, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1936, online Lancashire, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1936, Horace Richmond & Mary Alice Haworth. Hereinafter cited as Lancs, Eng, Church of England Marriages & Banns, 1754-1936.
  2. [S10476] Mary Alice Richmond née Howarth, Death Registration 1952-09-007635, BC Death Registration image: Mary Alice Richmond née Howorth (4 Aug 1952), Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  3. [S10482] Horace Richmond household, March 31, 1901 U.K. Census, England, Blackburn, Lancashire; RG13; Piece: 3086; Folio: 73; Page: 4, The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO).
  4. [S10485] Harrisee (sic) Richmond household, June 1, 1916 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Loganton (Municipality) Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Page: 18; Family No: 180, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll: T-21944.
  5. [S10487] Horace Richmond household, June 1, 1921 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Loganton (municipality), Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Page 13; Family: 129, Library and Archives Canada (LAC).
  6. [S10486] Horace Richmond household, 05 Jun 1911 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Subdistrct 14, Saskatoon (rural census district), Saskatchewan; Page 20; Family: 208, Library and Archives Canada (LAC), Very poor image quality but I read the family surname as Richmond, and their lodger is Arthur Gates.
  7. [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 (PDF): Private Thomas Richmond. Hereinafter cited as WWI Service Files.
  8. [S10475] Horace Richmond, Death Registration 1957-09-001324, BC Death Registration image: Horace Richmond (14 Jan 1957), Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  9. [S10485] June 1, 1916 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Loganton (Municipality) Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Page: 18; Family No: 180, I read his name as Harrisee. No matter how much I try to see Horace, it is not there.
  10. [S10477] Thomas Richmond, Death Registration 1965-09-016701, BC Death Registration image: Thomas Richmond (30 Dec 1965), Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  11. [S10477] Thomas Richmond, Death Registration 1965-09-016701, BC Death Registration image: Mary Alice Richmond née Howorth (30 Dec 1965).
  12. [S2139] Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935 , Library and Archives Canada (LAC), Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935; "This database provides indexed access to images of passenger lists from Library and Archives Canada, Department of Employment and Immigration fonds"; cited as "Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935., Mr & Mrs H Richomond with children H and E.
  13. [S10479] Asquith Pioneer Leaves For Coast, Star-Phoenix, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 16 Oct 1929, Page 11, column 6 viewed at Newspapers.com, Mr. & Mrs. Horace Richmond Move to Coast. Hereinafter cited as Star-Phoenix.
  14. [S10484] Moore--Richmond marriage, 30 Jun 1921, Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 1921-09-237020, BC Marriage Registration image: Richard Herbert Moore and Lizzie Richmond.

Annie Grant1

F, #40507
Last Edited27 Jan 2020
     Annie married Thomas Richmond on 12 June 1924 at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.2,1
     Annie Richmond was the informant on the death registration of her husband, Thomas Richmond who died on 30 December 1965.1

Family

Thomas Richmond b. 22 Jan 1897, d. 30 Dec 1965

Citations

  1. [S10477] Thomas Richmond, Death Registration 1965-09-016701, BC Death Registration image: Thomas Richmond (30 Dec 1965), Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  2. [S10478] Recent Weddings: Richmond--Grant, Star-Phoenix, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 16 Jun 1924, Page 7, column 2 viewed at Newspapers.com, Wedding: Richmond--Grant. Hereinafter cited as Star-Phoenix.

Elizabeth Richmond1

F, #40510, b. 8 August 1898, d. 13 June 1975
Father*Horace Richmond1,2,3,4,5 b. 13 Sep 1874, d. 10 Jan 1957
Mother*Mary Alice Haworth1,3,4,5 b. 11 Jun 1872, d. 31 Jul 1952
Last Edited27 Jan 2020
     She was born on 8 August 1898 at Blackburn, Lancashire, England.1,2,4,5 Lizzie married Richard Herbert Moore on 28 June 1921 at the Presbyterian manse, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. . He was Field Supervisor for the Soldier's Settlement Board and she was a teacher at Asquith.2,3
     She died on 13 June 1975 at Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, at age 76.2 The informant on her death registration was.2

Census Data

     Elizabeth Richmond appeared on the1901 British Census of at Blackburn, at Lancashire, England, in the household of her parents, Horace Richmond and Mary A. Richmond.1
     Lizzie Richmond appeared on the 1911 Canadian Census of RM of Loganton, Saskatchewan in the household of her parents, Horace Richmond and Mary Richmond.5
     She appeared on the 1916 Census of Canadian Prairie Provinces RM of Loganton, Saskatchewan in the household of her parents, Harrisee (sic) Richmond and Mary Alice Haworth.6
     She also went by the name of Lizzie Richmond.2,4 E. Richmond immigrated with her parents, H. Richmond and Mrs. Richmond on 11 January 1909 to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, from England, bound for Asquith, Saskatchewan. They arrived on the Corsican sailing from Liverpool. She was isted as age 8 rather than 10.4,5,7

Family

Richard Herbert Moore b. c 1889
Marriage*Lizzie married Richard Herbert Moore on 28 June 1921 at the Presbyterian manse, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. . He was Field Supervisor for the Soldier's Settlement Board and she was a teacher at Asquith.2,3 

Citations

  1. [S10482] Horace Richmond household, March 31, 1901 U.K. Census, England, Blackburn, Lancashire; RG13; Piece: 3086; Folio: 73; Page: 4, The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO).
  2. [S10483] Lizzie Moore née Richmond, Death Registration 1975-09-009641, BC Death Registration image: Lizzie Moore née Richmond (16 Jun 1975), Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  3. [S10484] Moore--Richmond marriage, 30 Jun 1921, Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 1921-09-237020, BC Marriage Registration image: Richard Herbert Moore and Lizzie Richmond.
  4. [S10485] Harrisee (sic) Richmond household, June 1, 1916 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Loganton (Municipality) Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Page: 18; Family No: 180, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll: T-21944.
  5. [S10486] Horace Richmond household, 05 Jun 1911 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Subdistrct 14, Saskatoon (rural census district), Saskatchewan; Page 20; Family: 208, Library and Archives Canada (LAC), Very poor image quality but I read the family surname as Richmond, and their lodger is Arthur Gates.
  6. [S10485] June 1, 1916 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Loganton (Municipality) Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Page: 18; Family No: 180, I read his name as Harrisee. No matter how much I try to see Horace, it is not there.
  7. [S2139] Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935 , Library and Archives Canada (LAC), Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935; "This database provides indexed access to images of passenger lists from Library and Archives Canada, Department of Employment and Immigration fonds"; cited as "Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935., Mr & Mrs H Richomond with children H and E.

Richard Herbert Moore1,2

M, #40511, b. circa 1889
Last Edited27 Jan 2020
     He was born circa 1889 at Londonderry, Ireland.3,2 Richard married Lizzie Richmond on 28 June 1921 at the Presbyterian manse, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. . He was Field Supervisor for the Soldier's Settlement Board and she was a teacher at Asquith.1,2

Family

Elizabeth Richmond b. 8 Aug 1898, d. 13 Jun 1975

Citations

  1. [S10483] Lizzie Moore née Richmond, Death Registration 1975-09-009641, BC Death Registration image: Lizzie Moore née Richmond (16 Jun 1975), Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  2. [S10484] Moore--Richmond marriage, 30 Jun 1921, Royal BC Museum - Genealogy Collection, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 1921-09-237020, BC Marriage Registration image: Richard Herbert Moore and Lizzie Richmond.
  3. [S10483] Lizzie Moore née Richmond, Death Registration 1975-09-009641, BC Marriage Registration image: Richard Herbert Moore and Lizzie Richmond (16 Jun 1975).

Edwin Pack1,2

M, #40513, b. 19 October 1878, d. 15 March 1972
Last Edited1 Feb 2020
     He was born on 19 October 1878 at Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, England.3 Alternatively, he was born on 19 October 1879 at Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, England, according to his WWI Attestation paper.1 Edwin married Catherine Julia Maria Cooke on 2 December 1911 at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. . She was a widow and she had five young children.4,5
     He died on 15 March 1972 at Rialto, San Bernardino County, California, USA, at age 93.6 Edwin Pack was buried on 17 March 1972 at Mt. View Cemetery, San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California, USA.7,8
     Asquith and District Honour Roll:
     "Pack, Teddie" of Asquith.
Other comments:
     Edwin/Teddie Pack was farming in the Asquith district when he enlisted in 1915. In Dec 1911, he had married the widow, Julia Jones, the mother of 5 children that became his step-children. Surprisingly, I have been unable to find them in the 1916 and 1921 Canadian census. Edwin had been wounded 3 times during his WWI service, as well as being gassed at least once. It also shows that he had enteric fever in South Africa in 1902. After his 1919 discharge, he returned to Saskatoon where he was a bricklayer. In 1924, the family moved to the Los Angeles area, where Edwin and Julia remained until their deaths.9

Canadian Military Service - WWI

     Edwin Pack began military service on 14 June 1915 at the age of 36 at Sewell Camp (later Camp Hughes), Manitoba, Canada, joining the 53rd Battalion. He was farming, and had previously served 3 1/2 years with the R.A.M.C. (possibly the British Royal Army Medical Corps). He was described as being 5' 10" with brown eyes, dark brown hair and a fair complexion. On his Attestation (enlistment) papers, he listed his next-of-kin as his wife, Julia Pack of Asquith.10
     On 29 March 1916 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, his unit embarked on the "S. S. Empress of Britain" arriving at Liverpool, England on 09 Apr 1916.10
     On 9 June 1916 at France he joined the 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles (C.M.R.)10
     On 2 October 1916 at or near Fleury, France, in the Somme, he received a shell wound to his left thigh which became septic in the following days. He was hospitalized and not discharged until 05 Dec 1916.10
     On 28 March 1917 he was transferred back to the 2nd CMR and landed in France the next day. In August 1917 at Merricourt his unit was involved in a German gas attack.11
     On 31 October 1917 at France as part of the Passchendaele offensive, the 11th Canadian Field Artillery reported that he was wounded again. This time it was a shell wound to his left wrist. He was discharged from hospital on 09 Jan 1918 and rejoined the 2nd C.M.R. on the 25th.12
     On 25 August 1918 or 26 August 1918 at Arras, Pas de Calais, France, he received his third wound, a gun shot wound to his right arm that he sustained while with the "1/3 High F.A." He was sent to Etaples and then was invalided to England.13
     On 25 January 1919 at Québec, Québec, Canada, he disembarked from "S.S. Aquitania" and was proceeding to Saskatoon. He was granted leave until 14 Feb 1919.10 Pte. Edwin Pack ended military service as part of general demobilization on 21 February 1919 at Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and was classified as being medically unfit due to wounds.
End of Military Service section.14

Census Data

     Edwin Pack and Julia Pack appeared on the 1930 U.S. Federal Census of Eastmonth, Montebello Twp., Loas Angeles County, California, enumerated 14 April 1930, enumerated as a bricklayer in the building industry. Their children Mary E., George E., Florence, Roland and Walter were listed as living with them. Walter, Edwin's step-son, was included at the end of the page, referencing the same household number.15
     He was also known as Edward (sic) Pack on his 1924 border crossing declaration.16 He also went by the name of Teddie Pack.17 Edward (sic) Pack and Julia Pack crossed the border on a temporary visit on 7 January 1924 at the Port of Eastport, Idaho, USA, coming from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan by Canadian Pacific Railway with Los Angeles as their destination. They intended to stay 2 months. However, with the exception of Alice, they remained long-term in the U.S. They were accompanied by their children: Mary Pack, George Pack, Edith Pack, Roland Pack and Walter Jones. Their daughter, Alice Jones proceeded independently to Spokane, Washington.5,18,3,19 Edwin Pack declared the intention to become naturalized on 7 April 1927 at the U.S. District Couty, Los Angeles County, California, USA. He gave his occupation as a bricklayer.3
     In circa 1931, Edwin and Julia moved to San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California, USA.18,5 Edwin Pack and Julia Pack applied for naturalization on 15 July 1931 at Los Angeles, California, USA. This application included their children: Mary, George, Edith and Charles.20
     In the obituary of George E. Pack who died 13 January 1966, his father, Edwin Pack of San Bernadino, was listed as a survivor.21
     See the footnotes below for a link to his on-line obituary that appeared San Bernardino County Sun published in San Bernardino, California, 17 March 1972 .6

     Research notes:
Are Edwin Pack and Edwin Pack the same individual? If so, why is his age in the 1891 census off by about 5 years (8 vs. 13)?9

Family

Catherine Julia Maria Cooke b. 20 Jul 1879, d. 1 Mar 1971
Marriage*Edwin married Catherine Julia Maria Cooke on 2 December 1911 at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. . She was a widow and she had five young children.4,5 
Children

Citations

  1. [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 (PDF): Private Edwin Pack. Hereinafter cited as WWI Service Files.
  2. [S10498] George Pack household, April 5, 1891 U.K. Census, England, Hinxworth, Hertfordeshire; Class: RG10; Piece: 1103; Folio 44; Page 3, The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO) GSU roll: 6096213.
  3. [S10492] Edwin Pack, Declaration of Intention, No. 42985 (7 Apr 1927); Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah, USA.
  4. [S309] Enlistment papers & Service Files, WWI Service Files, WWI Attestation Papers search, WWI CEF Military Service File (PDF): Private Edwin Pack; Page 1, etc.
  5. [S10490] Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pack Celebrate Golden Avviersary, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 22 Dec 1961, Page 10, columns 2 & 3 viewed at Newspapers.com, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pack Celebrate Golden Avviersary. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  6. [S10488] Died: Pack, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 17 Mar 1972, Page 47, column 1 viewed at Newspapers.com, Death Notice: Edwin Pack. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  7. [S10489] Bobbitt Memorial Chapel, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 17 Mar 1972, Page 20, column column 4 viewed at Newspapers.com, Funeral Announcement including Edwin Pack. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  8. [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., Edwin Pack.
  9. [S2] Personal knowledge/research of Rick Moffat (Mesa, AZ 85207).
  10. [S309] Enlistment papers & Service Files, WWI Service Files, WWI Attestation Papers search, Private Edwin Pack.
  11. [S309] Enlistment papers & Service Files, WWI Service Files, WWI Attestation Papers search, Private Edwin Pack; Page 70.
  12. [S309] Enlistment papers & Service Files, WWI Service Files, WWI Attestation Papers search, Private Edwin Pack; Page 70 & 71.
  13. [S309] Enlistment papers & Service Files, WWI Service Files, WWI Attestation Papers search, Private Edwin Pack; Page 72.
  14. [S309] Enlistment papers & Service Files, WWI Service Files, WWI Attestation Papers search, Private Edwin Pack; Page 73.
  15. [S10493] Edwin Pack household, Apr 14, 1930 U.S. census, Washington, DC, USA, Eastmont, Montebello Twp., Los Angeles County, California; Page: 18B; Enumeration District: 1187, United States of America, Bureau of the Census; National Archives and Records Administration.
  16. [S10293] U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960 (Publisher: National Archives and Records Administration), Ancestry.com, U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960; "Index and images of manifest sheets submitted to the U.S. Dept. of Labor"; cited as "Border Crossings., Edward Pack, Julia Pack, Mary Pack, Alice Jones, Walter Jones,
    Roland Pack, Edith Pack, Geo Pack,.
  17. [S7] Asquith Historical Society, compiler, Asquith Record, The (Box 160, Asquith SK, S0K 0J0: The Asquith and District Historical Society, 1982), Page 31: Asquith and District Honour Roll. Hereinafter cited as Asquith Record.
  18. [S10491] Died: Pack, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 03 Mar 1971, Page 35, column 1 viewed at Newspapers.com, Death Notice: Carole J. Pack. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  19. [S10293] "Border Crossings", online U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960: Edward (sic) and Julia Pack with children.
  20. [S10492] Ancestry.com Declaration of Intention, No. 42985, Petition for Citizenship for Edwin Pack and family (7 Apr 1927), Provo, Utah, USA.
  21. [S10494] I the Shadows: George E. Pack, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 16 Jan 1966, Page 18 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: George E. Pack. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.

Catherine Julia Maria Cooke1

F, #40514, b. 20 July 1879, d. 1 March 1971
Father*Cornelius Cooke1
Last Edited1 Feb 2020
     She was born on 20 July 1879 at Chelsea, England, according to their Petition for U.S. Citizenship.2 Alternatively, she was born on 20 July 1878 at London, England, according to less reliable information on her Find A Grave memorial page3 or circa 1880 at England.4 Catherine married Frederick Thomas Jones. He was a carman, like her father, Cornelius Cooke. His father, Frederick Arthur Jones was deceased with an "unknown" profession on 5 August 1901 at St. Paul's church, Clapham parish, Clapham, Surrey, England.1,5 Catherine married Edwin Pack on 2 December 1911 at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. . She was a widow and she had five young children.6,7
     She died on 1 March 1971 at San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California, USA, at age 91 according to her death notice.8 Alternatively, she died on 2 March 1971 at San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California, USA, at age 91 according to her gravemarker.9 Caroline J. Pack was buried on 4 March 1971 at San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California, USA.3,10
     Julia Pack of Asquith was listed as next-of-kin on her husband Edwin's attestation (enlistment) papers.11

Census Data

     Julia Jones appeared on the 1911 Canadian Census of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, enumerated 5 June 1911. Julia was enumerated as a widow. Her children Alice, Louisa, Frederick and Walter were listed as living with her. Her household also included her uncle and aunt, Thomas Durkett and Emma Durkett and their children Annie and Frederick. The image of this census page is very poor, and much of the information is too faint to read.5
Julia Pack and Edwin Pack appeared on the 1930 U.S. Federal Census of Eastmonth, Montebello Twp., Loas Angeles County, California, enumerated 14 April 1930, enumerated as a bricklayer in the building industry. Their children Mary E., George E., Florence, Roland and Walter were listed as living with them. Walter, Edwin's step-son, was included at the end of the page, referencing the same household number.12
     She was also known as Edith Jones on the passenger list when she came to Canada in 1908.4 She also went by the name of Julia Pack.13,14,12 Edith Jones and Frederick Thomas Jones immigrated on 8 August 1908 to Québec, Québec, Canada, from Liverpool, England on the "Lake Manitoba" of the Canadian Pacific Line, accompanied by Alice, Louisa, Frederick and Walter. He was described as a general laborer, born in England and coming from Surrey; and she was a housewife.14,4 Julia Pack and Edward (sic) Pack crossed the border on a temporary visit on 7 January 1924 at the Port of Eastport, Idaho, USA, coming from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan by Canadian Pacific Railway with Los Angeles as their destination. They intended to stay 2 months. However, with the exception of Alice, they remained long-term in the U.S. They were accompanied by their children: Mary Pack, George Pack, Edith Pack, Roland Pack and Walter Jones. Their daughter, Alice Jones proceeded independently to Spokane, Washington.7,10,15,14
     In circa 1931, Julia and Edwin moved to San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California, USA.10,7 Julia Pack and Edwin Pack applied for naturalization on 15 July 1931 at Los Angeles, California, USA. This application included their children: Mary, George, Edith and Charles.2
     See the footnotes below for a link to a newspaper article that appeared San Bernardino County Sun published in San Bernardino, California, 22 December 1961 .7

     In the obituary of George E. Pack who died 13 January 1966, his mother, Julia, Mrs. Edwin Pack of San Bernadino, was listed as a survivor.16

Family 1

Frederick Thomas Jones b. c 1883, d. b Jun 1911
Marriage*Catherine married Frederick Thomas Jones. He was a carman, like her father, Cornelius Cooke. His father, Frederick Arthur Jones was deceased with an "unknown" profession on 5 August 1901 at St. Paul's church, Clapham parish, Clapham, Surrey, England.1,5 

Family 2

Edwin Pack b. 19 Oct 1878, d. 15 Mar 1972
Marriage*Catherine married Edwin Pack on 2 December 1911 at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. . She was a widow and she had five young children.6,7 
Children

Citations

  1. [S10120] London, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1932 (Publisher: London Metropolitan Archives), Ancestry.com, London, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1932; "Original data: Church of England Parish Registers. Index and images"; cited as "London, England, CoE Marriages and Banns, 1754-1932., Frederick Thomas Jones & Catherine Julia Maria Cooke.
  2. [S10492] Edwin Pack, Declaration of Intention, No. 42985, Petition for Citizenship for Edwin Pack and family (7 Apr 1927); Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah, USA.
  3. [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., Caroline Julia Pack
    Grave marker transcription:
    At Rest Beloved Wife, Mother & Grandmother C. Julia Pack Jul 20, 1878 England Mar. 2, 1971.
  4. [S2139] Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935 , Library and Archives Canada (LAC), Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935; "This database provides indexed access to images of passenger lists from Library and Archives Canada, Department of Employment and Immigration fonds"; cited as "Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935., Fredk Thos Jones with Edith and children: Alice, Louisa, Fredk, WalRe (is this an abbreviation for Walter?).
  5. [S10495] Julia Jonesr household, 05 Jun 1911 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Page 60; Family: 522, Library and Archives Canada (LAC).
  6. [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 (PDF): Private Edwin Pack; Page 1, etc. Hereinafter cited as WWI Service Files.
  7. [S10490] Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pack Celebrate Golden Avviersary, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 22 Dec 1961, Page 10, columns 2 & 3 viewed at Newspapers.com, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pack Celebrate Golden Avviersary. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  8. [S10491] Died: Pack, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 03 Mar 1971, Page 35, column 1 viewed at Newspapers.com, Death Notice: Caroline J. Pack. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  9. [S4199] "Find A Grave", online Find A Grave search page: Caroline Julia Pack.
  10. [S10491] San Bernardino County Sun, 03 Mar 1971, Page 35, column 1, Death Notice: Carole J. Pack.
  11. [S309] Enlistment papers & Service Files, WWI Service Files, WWI Attestation Papers search, Private Edwin Pack.
  12. [S10493] Edwin Pack household, Apr 14, 1930 U.S. census, Washington, DC, USA, Eastmont, Montebello Twp., Los Angeles County, California; Page: 18B; Enumeration District: 1187, United States of America, Bureau of the Census; National Archives and Records Administration.
  13. [S309] Enlistment papers & Service Files, WWI Service Files, WWI Attestation Papers search, WWI CEF Military Service File (PDF): Private Edwin Pack.
  14. [S10293] U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960 (Publisher: National Archives and Records Administration), Ancestry.com, U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960; "Index and images of manifest sheets submitted to the U.S. Dept. of Labor"; cited as "Border Crossings., Edward (sic) and Julia Pack with children.
  15. [S10492] Ancestry.com Declaration of Intention, No. 42985 (7 Apr 1927), Provo, Utah, USA.
  16. [S10494] I the Shadows: George E. Pack, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 16 Jan 1966, Page 18 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: George E. Pack. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.

Roy Samuel Craig1

M, #40515, b. 20 September 1903
Father*William Kerfoot Craig1 d. 1952
Mother*Jane Anna Shaw1 d. 1961
Last Edited28 Jan 2020
     He was born on 20 September 1903 at RM of North Cypress, Manitoba, Canada.1

Citations

  1. [S868] Manitoba Vital Statistics Agency, Manitoba Vital Statistics (Winnipeg, MB: Vital Statistics Agency), Manitoba Vital Statistics Agency - Genealogy Search page, Birth: Roy Samuel Craig. Hereinafter cited as Manitoba Vital Statistics.

Gordon Joseph Craig1

M, #40516, b. 7 April 1907
Father*William Kerfoot Craig1 d. 1952
Mother*Jane Anna Shaw1 d. 1961
Last Edited28 Jan 2020
     He was born on 7 April 1907 at RM of North Cypress, Manitoba, Canada.1

Citations

  1. [S868] Manitoba Vital Statistics Agency, Manitoba Vital Statistics (Winnipeg, MB: Vital Statistics Agency), Manitoba Vital Statistics Agency - Genealogy Search page, Birth: Gordon Joseph Craig. Hereinafter cited as Manitoba Vital Statistics.

Mary Edna Pack1

F, #40517, b. 24 July 1912, d. 24 September 1979
Father*Edwin Pack2,3 b. 19 Oct 1878, d. 15 Mar 1972
Mother*Catherine Julia Maria Cooke2,3 b. 20 Jul 1879, d. 1 Mar 1971
Last Edited15 Apr 2020
     She was born on 24 July 1912 at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.2 Mary married Everett Cisco.4
     She died on 24 September 1979 at age 67.5

Census Data

     Mary E. appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Eastmonth, Montebello Twp., Loas Angeles County, California in the household of her parents, Edwin Pack and Julia Pack.3
     Mary Pack accompanied her parents, Edward (sic) Pack and Julia Pack on 7 January 1924 when they crossed the border at the Port of Eastport, Idaho, USA; coming from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan by Canadian Pacific Railway with Los Angeles as their destination. They intended to stay 2 months. However, with the exception of Alice, they remained long-term in the U.S.6,7,8,9 Mary Pack was included Application for Citizzenship of her parents, Edwin Pack and Julia Pack on 15 July 1931 at Los Angeles, California, USA.2
     In the obituary of George E. Pack who died 13 January 1966, his sister Mary, Mrs. Everett Cisco of San Bernadino, was listed as a survivor.4

Family

Everett Cisco
Marriage*Mary married Everett Cisco.4 

Citations

  1. [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., Mary Edna Cisco née Pack.
  2. [S10492] Edwin Pack, Declaration of Intention, No. 42985, Petition for Citizenship for Edwin Pack and family (7 Apr 1927); Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah, USA.
  3. [S10493] Edwin Pack household, Apr 14, 1930 U.S. census, Washington, DC, USA, Eastmont, Montebello Twp., Los Angeles County, California; Page: 18B; Enumeration District: 1187, United States of America, Bureau of the Census; National Archives and Records Administration.
  4. [S10494] I the Shadows: George E. Pack, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 16 Jan 1966, Page 18 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: George E. Pack. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  5. [S4199] "Find A Grave", online Find A Grave search page: Mary Edna Cisco née Pack.
  6. [S10490] Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pack Celebrate Golden Avviersary, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 22 Dec 1961, Page 10, columns 2 & 3 viewed at Newspapers.com, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pack Celebrate Golden Avviersary. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  7. [S10491] Died: Pack, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 03 Mar 1971, Page 35, column 1 viewed at Newspapers.com, Death Notice: Carole J. Pack. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  8. [S10492] Ancestry.com Declaration of Intention, No. 42985 (7 Apr 1927), Provo, Utah, USA.
  9. [S10293] U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960 (Publisher: National Archives and Records Administration), Ancestry.com, U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960; "Index and images of manifest sheets submitted to the U.S. Dept. of Labor"; cited as "Border Crossings., Edward (sic) and Julia Pack with children.

George Edwin Pack1

M, #40518, b. 8 October 1915, d. 13 January 1966
Father*Edwin Pack2,3 b. 19 Oct 1878, d. 15 Mar 1972
Mother*Catherine Julia Maria Cooke2,3 b. 20 Jul 1879, d. 1 Mar 1971
Last Edited2 Feb 2020
     He was born on 8 October 1915 at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.2
     He died on 13 January 1966 at an Upland hospital at San Bernardino County, California, USA, at age 50. He was a glass glazier and a veteran of the U.S. Navy.4,1
     The following selected information is extracted from his obituary. Survivor(s): Edwin Pack, Mrs. Edwin Pack, Mrs. Everett Cisco, Mrs. James Lewis and Roy Pack.4 George Edwin Pack was buried on 19 January 1966 at Fort Rosencrans National Cemetery, Point Loma, San Diego County, California, USA.1
     
Military Service

     George Edwin Pack began military service on 13 August 1935 at the age of 19 joining the U.S. Navy.1

Census Data

     George E. appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Eastmonth, Montebello Twp., Loas Angeles County, California in the household of his parents, Edwin Pack and Julia Pack.3
     George Pack accompanied his parents, Edward (sic) Pack and Julia Pack on 7 January 1924 when they crossed the border at the Port of Eastport, Idaho, USA; coming from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan by Canadian Pacific Railway with Los Angeles as their destination. They intended to stay 2 months. However, with the exception of Alice, they remained long-term in the U.S.5,6,7,8 George Pack was included Application for Citizzenship of his parents, Edwin Pack and Julia Pack on 15 July 1931 at Los Angeles, California, USA.2
     See the footnotes below for a link to his on-line obituary that appeared San Bernardino County Sun published in San Bernardino, California, 16 January 1966 .4

Citations

  1. [S3840] U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca. 1775-2006, online http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8750, Name:     George Edwin Pack. Hereinafter cited as U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca. 1775-2006.
  2. [S10492] Edwin Pack, Declaration of Intention, No. 42985, Petition for Citizenship for Edwin Pack and family (7 Apr 1927); Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah, USA.
  3. [S10493] Edwin Pack household, Apr 14, 1930 U.S. census, Washington, DC, USA, Eastmont, Montebello Twp., Los Angeles County, California; Page: 18B; Enumeration District: 1187, United States of America, Bureau of the Census; National Archives and Records Administration.
  4. [S10494] I the Shadows: George E. Pack, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 16 Jan 1966, Page 18 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: George E. Pack. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  5. [S10490] Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pack Celebrate Golden Avviersary, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 22 Dec 1961, Page 10, columns 2 & 3 viewed at Newspapers.com, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pack Celebrate Golden Avviersary. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  6. [S10491] Died: Pack, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 03 Mar 1971, Page 35, column 1 viewed at Newspapers.com, Death Notice: Carole J. Pack. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  7. [S10492] Ancestry.com Declaration of Intention, No. 42985 (7 Apr 1927), Provo, Utah, USA.
  8. [S10293] U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960 (Publisher: National Archives and Records Administration), Ancestry.com, U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960; "Index and images of manifest sheets submitted to the U.S. Dept. of Labor"; cited as "Border Crossings., Edward (sic) and Julia Pack with children.

Edith Florence Betty Pack1

F, #40519, b. 24 February 1920, d. 22 November 1984
Father*Edwin Pack4,2,3 b. 19 Oct 1878, d. 15 Mar 1972
Mother*Catherine Julia Maria Cooke2,3 b. 20 Jul 1879, d. 1 Mar 1971
Last Edited31 Jan 2020
     She was born on 24 February 1920 at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.2
     She died on 22 November 1984 at San Diego County, California, USA, at age 64.1

Census Data

     Florence appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Eastmonth, Montebello Twp., Loas Angeles County, California in the household of her parents, Edwin Pack and Julia Pack.3
     She also went by the name of Betty Lewis.5 She was also known as Florence Pack.3 Edith Pack accompanied her parents, Edward (sic) Pack and Julia Pack on 7 January 1924 when they crossed the border at the Port of Eastport, Idaho, USA; coming from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan by Canadian Pacific Railway with Los Angeles as their destination. They intended to stay 2 months. However, with the exception of Alice, they remained long-term in the U.S.6,7,8,4 Edith Pack was included Application for Citizzenship of her parents, Edwin Pack and Julia Pack on 15 July 1931 at Los Angeles, California, USA.2
     In the obituary of George E. Pack who died 13 January 1966, his sister, Mrs. James Lewis of San Bernadino, was listed as a survivor.9

Citations

  1. [S7064] California, Death Index, 1940-1997 (Publisher: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics.), Ancestry.com, California Death Index, 1940-1997; "Based upon original date: State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA, USA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics"; cited as "California Death Index., Name:     Edithflorenc Betty Lewis.
  2. [S10492] Edwin Pack, Declaration of Intention, No. 42985, Petition for Citizenship for Edwin Pack and family (7 Apr 1927); Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah, USA.
  3. [S10493] Edwin Pack household, Apr 14, 1930 U.S. census, Washington, DC, USA, Eastmont, Montebello Twp., Los Angeles County, California; Page: 18B; Enumeration District: 1187, United States of America, Bureau of the Census; National Archives and Records Administration.
  4. [S10293] U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960 (Publisher: National Archives and Records Administration), Ancestry.com, U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960; "Index and images of manifest sheets submitted to the U.S. Dept. of Labor"; cited as "Border Crossings., Edward (sic) and Julia Pack with children.
  5. [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., Betty Lewis.
  6. [S10490] Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pack Celebrate Golden Avviersary, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 22 Dec 1961, Page 10, columns 2 & 3 viewed at Newspapers.com, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pack Celebrate Golden Avviersary. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  7. [S10491] Died: Pack, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 03 Mar 1971, Page 35, column 1 viewed at Newspapers.com, Death Notice: Carole J. Pack. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  8. [S10492] Ancestry.com Declaration of Intention, No. 42985 (7 Apr 1927), Provo, Utah, USA.
  9. [S10494] I the Shadows: George E. Pack, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 16 Jan 1966, Page 18 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: George E. Pack. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.

Charles Royland Pack1

M, #40520, b. 26 December 1923, d. 26 May 1988
Father*Edwin Pack2,3,4 b. 19 Oct 1878, d. 15 Mar 1972
Mother*Catherine Julia Maria Cooke3,4 b. 20 Jul 1879, d. 1 Mar 1971
Last Edited31 Jan 2020
     He was born on 26 December 1923 at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.3 Alternatively, he was born on 26 December 1922 according to military index records.5
     He died on 26 May 1988 at San Bernardino County, California, USA, at age 64.1,5 Charles Royland Pack was buried on 31 May 1988 at Riverside National Cemetery, Riverside, California, USA.6,7
     
Military Service - U.S. Navy WWII

     Charles Pack began military service on 9 September 1942 at the age of 18 joining the U.S. Navy.5 Charles Royland Pack ended his military service on 25 October 1945
End of Military Service section.5

Census Data

     Roland appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Eastmonth, Montebello Twp., Loas Angeles County, California in the household of his parents, Edwin Pack and Julia Pack.4
     He also went by the name of Roy Pack.1 Roland Pack accompanied his parents, Edward (sic) Pack and Julia Pack on 7 January 1924 when they crossed the border at the Port of Eastport, Idaho, USA; coming from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan by Canadian Pacific Railway with Los Angeles as their destination. They intended to stay 2 months. However, with the exception of Alice, they remained long-term in the U.S.8,9,10,2 Charles Pack was included Application for Citizzenship of his parents, Edwin Pack and Julia Pack on 15 July 1931 at Los Angeles, California, USA.3
     In the obituary of George E. Pack who died 13 January 1966, his brother, Roy Pack of North Long Beach, was listed as a survivor.11

Citations

  1. [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 Royland "Roy" Pack.
  2. [S10293] U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960 (Publisher: National Archives and Records Administration), Ancestry.com, U.S., Border Crossings from Canada to U.S., 1895-1960; "Index and images of manifest sheets submitted to the U.S. Dept. of Labor"; cited as "Border Crossings., Edward (sic) and Julia Pack with children.
  3. [S10492] Edwin Pack, Declaration of Intention, No. 42985, Petition for Citizenship for Edwin Pack and family (7 Apr 1927); Ancestry.com, Provo, Utah, USA.
  4. [S10493] Edwin Pack household, Apr 14, 1930 U.S. census, Washington, DC, USA, Eastmont, Montebello Twp., Los Angeles County, California; Page: 18B; Enumeration District: 1187, United States of America, Bureau of the Census; National Archives and Records Administration.
  5. [S4208] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 (Publisher: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs), Ancestry.com, U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010; "Original data: Beneficiary Identification Records Locator Subsystem (BIRLS) Death File. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs."; cited as "BIRLS Death File., Name:     Charles Pack.
  6. [S3840] U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca. 1775-2006, online http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8750, Name:     Charles R. Pack. Hereinafter cited as U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca. 1775-2006.
  7. [S4199] "Find A Grave", online Find A Grave search page: Charles Royland "Roy" Pack.
  8. [S10490] Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pack Celebrate Golden Avviersary, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 22 Dec 1961, Page 10, columns 2 & 3 viewed at Newspapers.com, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pack Celebrate Golden Avviersary. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  9. [S10491] Died: Pack, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 03 Mar 1971, Page 35, column 1 viewed at Newspapers.com, Death Notice: Carole J. Pack. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.
  10. [S10492] Ancestry.com Declaration of Intention, No. 42985 (7 Apr 1927), Provo, Utah, USA.
  11. [S10494] I the Shadows: George E. Pack, The San Bernardino County Sun, San Bernardino, California, 16 Jan 1966, Page 18 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: George E. Pack. Hereinafter cited as San Bernardino County Sun.