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9601 Source Type: Wills and estates Source (S334)
 
9602 Source Type: Wills and estates Source (S179)
 
9603 Source Type: Wills and estates Source (S177)
 
9604 Source Type: WWW Source (S3032)
 
9605 Source Type: WWW Source (S93)
 
9606 Source Type: WWW Source (S742)
 
9607 Source Type: WWW Source (S262)
 
9608 Source Type: WWW Source (S162)
 
9609 Source Type: WWW Source (S1018)
 
9610 Source Type: WWW Source (S1034)
 
9611 Source Type: WWW Source (S1057)
 
9612 Source Type: WWW Source (S1058)
 
9613 The name appears in the Canadian World War I "Book of Remembrance" as Harry Garfield Apperby. The books can be viewed at http://www.vac-acc.gc.ca/general/sub.cfm/collections/books. Apperley, Harry Garfield (I142)
 
9614 This database is an index created by the Minnesota Department of Health to approximately 5.2 million births occurring in the State of Minnesota, USA, between 1935 and 2002.
Source Type: Birth registration 
Source (S257)
 
9615 Walker, Hector and Golda (Apperley)
Hector was born at Langenburg, Saskatchewan and raised in Manitoba. In 1929 he started buying grain. During the Second World War he was on active duty overseas with the 1st Division, Royal Canadian Artillery.
After the war he again took up grain buying and moved to Saskatchewan where he met Golda Apperly who was born at Whitewood. They were married at Moosomin in 1946 and lived at Burrows before moving to Kenaston in 1954. Hector bought grain there until he retired in 1971.
They then moved to Liberty where they now reside in the house that was formerly owned by the late Mr. Neff Hannay. Hector was a charter member of the Lions Club and also a Legion member at Kenaston. Golda was active in the Ladies Auxiliary of the Legion where she was president for two years, then secretary for two more. She was also secretary of the Ladies Curling Club for a few years in Kenaston.
Hector and Golda Have three children - Bonita, Lyndon and Terry. Terry was born at Davidson and attended school in Kenaston, then Imperial. All three children live in Edmonton. 
Family F55
 
9616 Walker, Hector and Golda (Apperley)
With my wife Golda and the two children, Bonita, six years of age, and Lyndon, two, we moved from Burrows, Sask. in 1954 and came to Kenaston. I came to take the position of manager of the Canadian Consolidated Elevator and was employed by this company until 1959 when it was sold to the United Grain Growers. I remained as manager until 1972, at which time I was of pensionable age, so left the company after having clocked thirty-seven years as a grain buyer.
We resided in a house built by the Prpich brothers, just east of the senior Steve Prpich's present abode. Our son Terry was born while we were at Kenaston and attended school there, as did Bonita and Lyndon.
The three children now live in Edmonton. Bonita is now Mrs. Alan Pollock and has two children, Lyndon is married and manages an automotive section of a large company, and Terry works as a parts man for General Motors.
Golda and I reside in Liberty, Sask. for the reason only that there are fish to be caught in the lake and I keep trying.
I might add, that we do still have our dog which came with us from Kenaston. 
Family F55
 
9617 Wenman, Ole and Evelyn (Apperley)
Ole Wenman, sixth child of Jacob Wenman and Margretta Anderson, was born January 30, 1903 in Percival, N.W.T. He attended school at Percival and helped on his parents' farm. While still a young man he moved to Galilee, Sask. and farmed with his brother Jack. In 1923 Ole was the elevator agent at Galilee. On January 12, 1924 he married Evelyn Apperley, born January 12, 1920 to John Apperley and Martha Steele. Their eldest son Lorne was born July 30, 1925, while they were still at Galilee. In 1926 they moved back to the Whitewood District to farm. On April 8, 1928 their second son Murray was born and on June 26, 1937 their only daughter Bernice was born.
Around 1940-1950 Ole sold his farm and bought a service station in Whitewood, now known as Wolf's Auto Body. They moved to Langley, B.C. in May 1952 where Ole worked for Homemade Bakery, delivering bread. In 1958-59, Ole and his son-in-law Charlie Wood bought a resort complex at Kalmalka Lake, near Vernon, B.C. They retired to Kelowna where they lived for 16 years before moving back to Langley. On Jan. 12, 1990 they celebrated their 66th wedding aniversary. Evelyn passed away on March 14, 1990. Ole resided in the Care Home in Langley until his death on December 15, 1996. 
Family F36
 
9618 West OliveWomanDies At Homeof Daughter
GRAND HAVEN (Special) -
Mrs. Ivan Bakale, 62, of 11361 104th Ave., West Olive, died shortly before noon Wednesday, following a four year illness, at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Reuben Sturkol, 300 Grand Ave., Grand Haven. She was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Besides the husband she is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Catherine Westerback, Mrs. Alvin Vetterman, Mrs. Gerrit Weavers Jr., and Mrs. Sturkol, all of Grand
Haven, and Mrs. Carl Myers of West Olive; five sons, Matthew and Joseph of Spring Lake, Paul and George of Grand Haven and John of West Olive; 28 grandchilren.
The body is at the Kammeraad Funeral Home where the rosary will be recited on Friday at 8 p.m. Funeral services will be held in the church Saturday at 9 a.m. with the Rev. Francis Branigan officiating. Burial will be in Lake Forest Cemetery. The family will be at the funeral home tonight and Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. and also Friday from 2 to 4 p.m. 
Svilicich, Luba (I1648)
 
9619 White, Cecil Roy and Sadie (Perry) by Sadie White
Cecil Roy, the youngest son of Thomas and Eliza White, was born in Westbourne in 1897. He, along with the other members of his family, took his schooling in Westbourne.
On April l7, 1915, at the age of seventeen, he enlisted in the 27th Battalion, seeing action in France and Germany. Durning combat he was wounded in the right arm and was confined to hospital in England for a time. He returned to the front again until the end of the war and arrived home in the spring of 1919.
Cecil spent the next few years working on farms during the summer and fishing on Lake Manitoba in the winter.
On November 10, 1924, Cecil decided it was time to change his life style. In the Methodist Parsonage in Macdonald, Man. he and I (Sadie Perry) were united in marriage. My Aunt and Uncle (Sara and Sylvester Ferguson) were our only attendants. We lived with them until 1929 when we rented the S. W. of 22-13-8w later purchasing it along with more land. We lived there until moving into Portage la Prairie in 1974 after selling the farm to Alan and Diane Walker.
Just after our move to Portage we celebrated our fiftieth Anniversary. We didn't have a big party, but were very happy when our friends and neighbors came bringing greetings.
During our time in Longburn, we lived a busy life. Cecil was an active member of both Macdonald and Westbourne Curling Clubs, and I enjoyed a friendly game too. Cecil was a member of the North Norfolk Legion, which was made up of veterans from Westbourne and MacGregor. I was a keen supporter of the Red Cross, acting as secretary for quite a few years. I enjoy doing handiwork of differe kinds, and keep my hand in a little gardening, mostly growing flowers.
Cecil and I enjoyed five years of city life before his death in July of 1979. I am still residing in our home on 10th street N. W., Portage la Prairie, and very thankful that I am able to enjoy reasonably good health. 
Family F3023
 
9620 White, Thomas Henry and Eliza Matilda (Stewart) by Irene Wills and Sadie White
Thomas Henry was born in King County, Ont., on Jan. 29, 1865, and spent the earlier part of his life there. He moved to Manitoba at the age of 21. He chose Portage la Prairie as his destination as it seems that a special young lady and her family had previously settled there.
Thomas and Eliza Matilda (Steward) were married in Portage la Prairie in 1891. Thomas had obtained employment with gangs working for the railroad. His first permanent posting was at Foxwarren where he and Eliza had their first two children, Stewart, born in 1892 and Mabel Irene in 1894. It seems they spent a short time at Arden, Man. as Ruby was born there in 1895, then moved to Westbourne where Thomas was Section Foreman until his retirement in 1931. Two more children were added to their family, Cecil in 1897 and Muriel Thelena in 1902.
The family all attended Westbourne School. Stewart after completing his Grade 8 went to stay with his maternal grandparents at Melford Sask. where he was able to help with the dray business. Later, with adventure in mind, he went to work on a farm in Grand Prairie, Alberta, an area just opening up, and eventually purchased land there. This was his home until his death in 1964. He remained a bachelor.
On January 11, 1905 Eliza Matilda passed away at the youthful age of 37 leaving a very young family. Tom's Sister Dolly, came to help care for them remaining
for several years until Mabel left school at an early age to look after her brother and sisters.
They resided in the section house located between the Sanford Ranch and the railroad until Tom's retirement in 1930. Then they moved to a home next
to the Westbourne Garage on lot 20 Blk 12 where they lived until his death.
The whole family were musical and took part in concerts and plays. Tom sang in the Presbyterian Church Choir, and participated in all Community Activities. 
Family F3021
 
9621 Wiggins, Harold and Gwen (Bassett)
Harold V. Wiggins was born in Rosetown, Sask. and came as a child to live on the farm south of Wartime. He attended school at Flaxland and Wartime and upon completing his education, remained at home to help with farming operations.
Harold was interested in sports and enjoyed curling, hockey and baseball.
In 1935 he was married to Nancy (Gwen) Bassett from Sanctuary. They continued farming in the area until 1941, when Harold went to Trail and worked for C.M.&S. until spring. Then he went to Vancouver and took a welding course and was employed at South Burrard Shipyard until joining the Navy. He received his discharge in 1946 and returned to farm in the Wartime district, residing in the hamlet.
During these years he was active in community affairs, serving on Fairview and Monet councils, Golden Years Lodge Board, and the Hospital Board. He was also an active member of the Elrose Branch of the Canadian Legion.
Harold and Gwen moved to Surrey, B.C. in 1974 after retiring.
The Harold Wiggins' have three daughters and seven grandchildren.
Marian Moore has three children: two sons, Lyle of Calgary, Alta. and Cameron and his wife Sandra of Moose Jaw, Sask. Marian and her daughter Carol reside in Surrey B.C.
Hilary Tatomir lives in Langley, B.C. and has two sons, Trevor and Gregory both at home.
Joyce Coakwell has two daughters Robin and Jana. They live in Airdrie, Alta. 
Family F423
 
9622 Wiggins, Roy and Emma (King)
Roy Wiggins grew up at Wartime and worked with his father on the farm. From his early teens he was very active in sports, especially baseball and curling.
Emma King attended High School in Plato, then taught school until her marriage to Roy in 1940. They eventually took over the family farm and lived there until moving to Elrose in 1976. Both have been much involved in community activities, especially the church. Their son, Ken, now farms and lives on the old home place. He and his wife, Margo Day, have two sons, Finlay and Stefan.
The Wiggins' daughters, Brenda and Janice, both became teachers. Brenda took a position in the school in Dawson City, Yukon Territory. She married Gordon Caley, a placer miner, and worked in the tourist industry. They have a winter home in Armstrong, B.C. among many of their mining friends. Their children, Darlene and twin sons, Dan and Lorne, have had no difficulty transferring from one school to the other, spring or fall. Brenda and Gordon are now developing a joint venture of campground and gold panning attraction for tourists in Dawson City.
Janice took a teaching position in Port Alberni, B.C. She married Kenneth Johnson, a logger. Later they moved to Topley, B.C. Ken has built a small portable sawmill - his second such venture - and is logging near Houston. Janice does the scaling for their operation and also for one of their neighbours. Ken and Janice have two sons, Ryan and Kevin, who are much involved in soccer and hockey. Janice is their enthusiastic supporter and chauffeur. 
Family F433
 
9623 Wiggins, Victor and Daisy (Macey)
Daisy and Victor Wiggins were pioneer residents of the Wartime district.
Victor was born in Huron County, Ontario in 1881. He clerked in a store in Fordwich, Ontario before coming to Oxbow, N.W.T. in 1903. He came to Rosetown in 1903 and took up a homestead. He also bought grain for the Leich and Anderson Grain Company, being the first grain buyer in Rosetown.
Daisy was born in 1885 in Alameda, N.W.T., later moving to Oxbow, N.W.T. where she worked as a telephone operator and a seamstress.
Vic and Daisy were married in Oxbow, December 23, 1908, coming to Rosetown in the spring of 1909.
In 1911 Victor took up a homestead two miles south of Wartime. They spent the winters in Rosetown. In 1913 they took up permanent residence on the farm. Victor operated the Leich & Anderson elevator in Wartime which was built in 1915.
They were both active in all worthy community endeavors, and their home was always open to visitors. Victor served on the Church board for many years and was secretary of the Telephone Company and secretary of the School Board. They both taught Sunday School classes.
Daisy was president of the Ladies Aid in 1924 and always interested in O.E.S and Masonic activities. Daisy served as Worthy Matron in Elrose Chapter in 1938. Victor was Worthy Patron in 1943. In the Masonic lodge Victor served as D.D.G.M. in 1942.
In 1947 they retired to live in Wartime. Their son, Roy, resided on the farm until 1976. Now their grandson Ken Wiggins is on the farm.
They celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary at their home in Wartime in 1958.
Victor passed away in 1965 at the age of 84 years, and Daisy in 1966 at the age of 81 years.
Their family consisted of one daughter Alma (Mrs. Bill Mitchell) now living in Elrose, and three sons, Harold of Surrey, B.C., Roy of Elrose and Arthur of Saskatoon. 
Family F218
 
9624 WILL of Becca BRANCH
This is the last Will and Testament of me Becca Branch of Five Oaks in the
Parish of Billingshurst in the County of Sussex Widow I appoint William
Simmins of Crawley in the County of Sussex Estate Agent sole Executor of
this my Will I desire to be buried in the Churchyard of the Parish Church of
Charlwood in the County of Surrey where my late husband lies interred and I
charge my said executors with the obligation of seeing this my devise carried
into execution I direct that all my just debts and funeral and testamentary
expenses shall be paid by my said executor as soon as conveniently may be
after my decease I bequeath the legacy or sum of twenty-five pounds each to
my brothers James Beadle Isaac Beadle and Benjamin Beadle and my sister
Eliza the wife of Elias Combes I bequeath my household goods furniture and
effects to Elizabeth Ann Gobell Spinster now living with me I devise my two
freehold houses in Park Street Horsham in the County of Sussex to the said
Elizabeth Ann Gobell during her life And after her death I devise the same
premises to Ann Gobell the daughter of the said Elizabeth Ann Gobell
absolutely in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this Twenty
seventh day of May one thousand eight hundred and seventy eight BECCA
BRANCH  Signed by Becca Branch the Testatrix as and for her last Will and
Testament in the presence of us present at the same time who at her request
in her presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed
our names as witnesses  T. Bedford Solicitor Horsham  L. Touze Farmer
Five oaks Billingshurst Sussex

Proved at London 30 October 1878 by the oath of William Simmins the sole
Executor to whom admon was granted.

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Beadle, Rebeccah (I669)
 
9625 Will of James BRANCH

This is the last Will and Testament
of me James Branch of Charlwood in the County of Surrey ------
I do hereby give unto my dear wife Becca all my real and personal Estate
whatever and whosoever to hold unto her, her heirs executors and admin-
istrators according to the respective natures and qualities of the said promise
absolutely and for ever And I hereby appoint my said Wife sole Executrix
of this my Will at the same time revoking all former and other Wills Codicils
testamentary depositions and appointments whatsoever by me at any time
heretofore made on ------ whereof I have herewith at my hand this
twenty eigth day of June in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred
and sixty two. ____ The mark of x James Branch _____ Signed by the said
testator as his last will and testament in the presence of us present at the
same time who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each
other have subscribed our names as witnesses _____ William Bridger
Charlwood ____ Benjamin Beadle Leigh Surrey

Proved at London 28th March 1863 by the Oath of Becca Branch Widow
the Relict the sole Executrix to whom Admon was granted.

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Branch, James (I695)
 
9626 Wilson, William Grundy
William Grundy Wilson, one of the respected citizens of Lostant, Illinois, is a native of this state and dates his birth in Putnam county, May 31, 1846.
Mr. Wilson is a son of Garrison and Ann (Dugan) Wilson, natives of Kentucky and Pennsylvania respectively. In their family were nine children, five sons and four daughters, and of this number seven are now living: Elizabeth D., wife of D. C. Hull, of Canton, South Dakota; Matilda A., wife of H. L. Hammitt, also of Canton; William G., of Lostant, Illinois; Mary A., widow of Daniel Kemp, of Streator, Illinois; Thomas M., of Chicago; Robert T. of Granville, Illinois; and Edward H., of Lostant. Garrison Wilson, the father, was a farmer. He came to Illinois in 1829 and located in Putnam county, being a boy at that time and accompanying his parents hither. Their settlement was in Magnolia township. There he grew to manhood and married and reared his family, and there also the evening of his life was passed. He died at the age of seventy-two years. His widow still survives and lives in Lostant with her sons. She is a Presbyterian, while he was a Methodist. In politics he was in early life a Whig and later a Republican. He was a soldier in the Black Hawk war, serving under Captain Hawes.
The Wilsons are of Scottish origin. Thornton Wilson, the grandfather of the subject of this sketch, came from Kentucky to Illinois in 1829, and as already recorded made a settlement in Putnam county. His life was spent in agricultural pursuits, and he lived to a venerable age. In his family were five sons and two daughters. He is buried at Princeton, Illinois. The maternal grandfather of our subject was Robert Dugan, a native of Ireland, who came to America and settled in Pennsylvania; later moved to Ohio, and about 1833 came to Putnam county, Illinois, and settled on a farm. He was nearly eighty years old at the time of his death. His family comprised six members, three sons and three daughters.
William G. Wilson was reared on his father's farm in Magnolia township, Putnam county, and that was his home for forty-four years, he having traveled considerably, however, in the meantime. In 1893 he moved to Lostant, LaSalle county, and he and his brother Edward H. and their mother live together in Lostant. He owns eighty acres of improved land in Putnam county, and his mother owns one hundred and ninety-five acres.
Mt. Wilson is a member of Magnolia Lodge, No. 103, F. & A. M. Politically he is a Democrat. 
Wilson, William Grundy (I2088)
 
9627 Wisconsin, State Census 1895
County: Waukesha; City: Oconomowoc
Line: 20
Source Type: Census 
Source (S2175)
 
9628 Wisconsin, State Census, 1905
County: Waukesha; City: Oconomowoc
Lines: 43 to 45; Family 347
Source Type: Census 
Source (S2183)
 
9629 Witness Role: informant Name: Esther Lockwood (niece) Dugan, Edward Howard (I1606)
 
9630 Witness Role: informant Name: Mary Ball Tutton, Elizabeth (I55)
 
9631 Witness Role: informant Name: Mary Ball Ball, John (I54)
 
9632 Witness Role: informant Name: Miss Irma Adam Adam, William Theodore (I4822)
 
9633 Witness Role: Witness Name: Eliza Gardner Family F630
 
9634 Witness Role: Witness Name: John Ball Family F447
 
9635 Ω File Root: _ROOT
INDI: [I1] Gerald Harvey APPERLY 
Apperly, Gerald Harvey (I1)
 
9636 Ω File Root: _ROOT
INDI: [I1] Tracy Lee BALL 
Ball, Tracy Lee (I1)
 

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