I bought a boat but my wife Jean remains the Captain."! It wasn't too hard to figure out the graves since the three dates of death on the stones were all side by side and the first three after September 24th 1958. Dee Jessiman came off the Ride while we were still taking equitation training and began his training as a Riding Instructor. Regards, Rod Macdonald 'F' Troop 1958 This photo of Reg. Regards, Frank Dunn Reg.#21738 Dear Joe; I am writing to you about the death of Cst. In that time, I lost contact with a number of friends in Canada due to the usual reasons - work, family, distance. Is there any record of his widow or the site of his grave? I knew him, but I don't know if this story is true. Chaplain Many, many bold and daring yarns can be told about the early members of the North West Mounted Police (NWMP). " The suspect quickly produced the rifle which had been stolen. He later settled in the Edberg District of Alberta and became the Postmaster in Ferintosh, AB. Gallagher's grave including edging, grass clipping and brushing her marker. I am told that 'my' Hugh Jackson did not have a middle name. Barry Beaulac Original Message ----- From: Wardle, Diane M RBCM: EX To: [email protected]: Wednesday, June 24, 2009 PM Re: BC Archives Inquiry: Place of Burial - Thomas Horatio Lake June 24, 2009 Barry Beaulac; Thank you for your inquiry.
It was memorable for me to share dinner and memories with my 'ole' friend. RIP Inspector Marsh served from 1971 in ‘E’ Div and was with the Vancouver Drug Section at time of his death. #2353 Anderson's grave was sent in by Edmonton Vet. Joe states that "This chap [Anderson] had an outstanding career and did the Force proud. Jack White provides the following details about the life of Insp. He was born sometime in May, 1865 in Iceland and his birth name was Kristjan Fjeldsted. Recently, through the internet I've been able to establish contact with many of my old friends except for one -- Kai Hildebrandt Kai Hildebrandt was my best friend for many years through high school, university and beyond. He was the father of two children and happily married. If there is, I would greatly appreciate it if you could forward that information. Regards, Jeff Willard [email protected] Jack White notifies us that Reg.#18139 (Rtd) S/Sgt. Dinnen died July 25th, 2009 of cancer at Qualicum Beach, B. I was told not to talk about it because it was difficult for him to talk about it. He is father of Reg.#3773 Frederick Assheton Smith. Smith died in 1944 and he is buired in Ferintosh, AB Vet Jack White notifies us that Reg.#21291 (Rtd) S/Sgt Howard Kearley died July 12, 2009 of a heart attack while visiting Duck Mountain, Manitoba from Winnipeg. Kearley served from 1960 to 1993 in 'D' Div retiring from Portage La Prairie. Vet Jack White notifies us that Reg.#15111 (Former) Cst. He was in the Merchant Marine from 1943 during WWII and following his RCMP service he also served in the RCAF Service Police from 1955 to 1977. Dave Mc Cartney presently living in British Columbia. He may have been born on December 5, 1882 or 1883 (to be verified) and his DOD was Labour Day, 1965. I have done a search of our records and was only able to find the death registration and coroner's inquiry for Thomas Lake.
Peter Kelsberg also served in the BCPP and 'E' Div. Jack White notifies us that Reg.#17331 (Rtd) S/Sgt. Thanks to all supporters of the RCMP Vets Graves Location and Maintenance Program website! It shows he died Oct 29, 1885 in Colorado Springs and his remains were returned to Coaticook, Quebec for burial in Mount Forest Cemetery. Gayle Burton Swaney was born at Germantown, Ohio, in 1907.
Other hits to this site originated from 22 other countries around the world! Donald George Vogan died Aug 15, 2009 at Edmonton, AB. Ian 'Al' Mac Watters died August 15, 2009 at Kamloops, B. Albert Shurtleff than the one listed in his service file on pages 44 & 45 of the NWMP Personnel Records. Swaney, (Reg.#11169) a former original Air Services engineer lost his life in Trans-Atlantic Ferry work while flying for the RCAF on leave of absence from the Force, in accordance with Privy Council Order 3539 of July 31, 1940.
Healy; In case anyone is looking for us, please note that Kai's dad was Uwe Hildebrant and we presently live in St. Kai lived in London, ON and he was born in Hamilton, ON. Yours truly, Mrs Helga Hildebrant E-Mail: [email protected] Vasily Gregory "Bill" Paskaruk died Sept 13, 2009 at Newmarket, Ontario. Paskaruk served from 1940 to 1965 in 'O' & 'D' Divs retiring from Security Service, Winnipeg. He was wounded near Mafeking, South Africa on the March 31, 1900 and he died of his wounds on the April 12, 1900. It seems that the confusion arose because our Henry Lowes was identified as 'Harry' Lowes in the press obituary. At the time of his death on February 10, 1962, Henry Lowes was the sitting Magistrate in Vegreville, AB. Cowan presents us with another artifact (knife) with its history grounded in the days of the NWMP. There are a lot of unmarked graves and the crosses and markers illustrated in this photo have few legible markings." We ought not be discouraged by these setbacks. Troop 36 1974 & 1975 was the second Troop of women to join the RCMP.