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Michael CHALMERS

Sharon MACDONALD [Parents]


Robert BRAMHILL

Gwendolyn MACDONALD [Parents]


Wayne R. MACDONALD [Parents]

Cathy FINLAY


Daniel J. MACDONALD [Parents]

Tammy INKPEN


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Maureen ANDERSON [Parents]


Bert CAMPBELL

Elizabeth Marie WATSON [Parents] was born in 1923 in Manitoba, Canada. She died on 12 Feb 1979 in Qualicum Beach, British Columbia, Canada. She married Bert CAMPBELL.

her mothers obit refers to "Bert Campbell and family"

BC Archives on-line Aug 2005: Name: Elizabeth Marie Campbell, Place: Qualicum Beach, Reg. Number:
1979-09-002975, Date: 1979 2 12 (Yr/Mo/Day), Age: 55, Event: Death, Microfilm #: B13592 (GSU # 2051227)

[could this be her son?] Name: Robert Lowell Campbell, Place: Qualicum Beach, Reg. Number:
1982-09-006572, Date: 1982 4 16 (Yr/Mo/Day), Age: 34, Event: Death, Microfilm #: B13619 (GSU # 2051740)


Harry George WATSON [Parents] was born on 5 Oct 1931 in Manitoba, Canada. He died on 9 Nov 2000 in Neepawa, Manitoba, Canada. He was buried on 14 Nov 2000 in Riverside, Neepawa, Manitoba, Canada. He married Hazel Irene HOWARD.

of Neepawa, MB

WATSON, HARRY GEORGE
Lot: 4 Block: 4 Range: 21
Interment Date: 11/14/2000

WATSON, HARRY and HAZEL
Submitted by Hazel Watson
Harry was born at Plumas, MB, on Oct. 5, 1931, to Robert George and Dorothea Alice Pearl (Kidds) Watson.
He was the eldest child in that family. A sister, Joyce, was born on Oct. 18, 1936. By his father’s previous marriage, Harry enjoyed the companionship of two step sisters, Margaret and Betty, and one step brother, Daniel.
I, Hazel was born at Riding Mountain on Sept. 22, 1936, the sixth child of Herbert and Verna Howard. I lived there until 1951, when I moved to Neepawa. In the fall of that same year, I met Harry, and on Apr. 17, 1953, we were married.
Harry was employed with Anglo Canadian Oils at that time in Neepawa and I was a clerk in Martin’s Store. Harry’s vocation in the bulk fuel business, serving this area, extended over a span 1948-1999. Over that span of years, he was also employed by Royalite Oils and Shell Canada. Except for six years at Plumas, MB, he worked out of the Neepawa Stations. Ill health forced Harry to retire in November 1999. He was also employed from 1988-1999 as a weekend Handy Van driver, something he
dearly loved. He passed away Nov. 9, 2000.
Our fi rst child, Norma Joyce, was born on Oct. 5, 1955, and then Murray George on Oct. 1, 1956. In 1974, we adopted Harvey Burton, who was born Jan. 5, 1964. He was our foster child since twenty-two months old.
Our life together, was blessed like everyone, with “joys and tears”, but I have very “special memories” of our 47 years together.
On July 28, 1979, our son, Murray, married Diane Ruth Giesbrecht. They have three sons: Phillip Murray born Nov. 17, 1982, Steven Mark born Oct. 9, 1985, and Darren Marshall born Nov. 3, 1989. They were, and still are the joy of our (my) lives, and have added so much to our family. As of the writing of this history (January 2007), Steven is engaged to be married.
Norma married Ronald Sture Forsman on Sept. 26, 1992. I have been blessed to also enjoy Ron’s children and grandchildren, as they have allowed me to share in their lives. Norma is very devoted to all of them.
Burton has one son, Randy Lee, born on Feb. 23, 1988. He presently lives in Calgary, employed as a painter.
Norma has made her career as an accounting clerk, currently employed by Beautiful Plains School Division.
Murray followed his father’s footsteps and is now employed at Neepawa-Gladstone Co-op.
Norma’s husband, Ron, devoted a major part of his life as Owner/Operator of the Neepawa and District Ambulance Service Ltd. and now in retirement, he continues on, with his “second” best endeavour, as a devoted Town Councilor in his “hometown” Neepawa. He is very proud of his “roots” here.
Diane has been a devoted wife to Murray, always working at his side. She is also, among many other things, an accomplished seamstress. She has been employed for several years now by Beautiful Plains School Division as an Educational Assistant.
If I was to sum up my life, I would say, that it has been a “joy” to be a wife, mother, grandmother and friend. God gave me the “desire” of my heart, and I am so thankful for all the years of “love and devotion” we have shared as a family.
Although my life has had its “ups and downs”, my testimony would be, that “Through It All” I’ve learned to “Trust in Jesus”, one day at a time, and “He has kept us, in His care”.
[The Beautiful Plains Story 1983 – 2008]

Hazel Irene HOWARD [Parents]

They had the following children:

  F i Norma Joyce WATSON
  M ii Murray George WATSON
  M iii Harvey 'Burton' WATSON

Harold William PAYNE [Parents]

Gladys Goldie REIMER


Alvin Ernest PAYNE [Parents]

Affidanis GAALAAS


Gordon Earl PAYNE [Parents] was born on 16 Jul 1916 in Plumas, Manitoba, Canada. He died on 6 Feb 2002 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He married Audrey Georgina ROSS on 29 Jun 1940 in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada.

In Loving Memory of
Gordon E. Payne
Born July 16th, 1916 Plumas, Manitoba
Passed away
February 6, 2000 Victoria, British Columbia
Memorial service
Sands Funeral Chapel "Memorial Chapel of Chimes"
18 Quadra Street, Victoria, British Columbia
Saturday, February 9, 2002 at 3:00 p.m.
Officiating - Mr. Gordon Thurston
Cremation at Hatley Memorial Gardens, Colwood, British Columbia

Audrey Georgina ROSS was born about 1912 in of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada. She died on 27 Sep 1979 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. She married Gordon Earl PAYNE on 29 Jun 1940 in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada.

Audrey Georgina Payne
Peacefully after a lengthy illness on Thursday, September 27th, 1979 at the Princess Elizabeth Hospital, Audrey Georgina Payne, aged 67 years, dearly beloved mother of Georgie Ann Frye of Winnipeg. Besides her daughter Georgie Ann, she leaves to mourn her son-in-law John and grandson Konrad of Winnipeg, and Aunt Hattie Ross of Portage la Prairie, two sisters, Irma Chadburn and Shirley Nelson of California and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her mother and father Georgina and Alvin Ross and son Clare. A memorial service will be held on Saturday September 29th at at 11:00 a.m. at Park Lawn chapel. (Leatherdale-Gardiner), 1858 Portage Avenue with Rev. J. Garfield Barber officiating. Service will terminate at the chapel. Cremation. In lieu of flowers friends who wish may make a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society (Manitoba Division), 202 - 960 portage Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3G 0R4. Park Lane chapel (Leatherdale-Gardiner) 1858 Portage Avenue in care arrangements. Phone 888-7977.

They had the following children:

  F i Georgie Ann PAYNE
  M ii Gordon "Clare" PAYNE was born in 1943 in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada. He died on 25 Oct 1973 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Gordon Clare Payne
On October 25, 1973 at Grace Hospital, Gordon Clare Payne, aged 30 years of Suite 4E 230 Portage Avenue, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Payne of Winnipeg. Born in Portage la Prairie, he resided in Oakville for 12 years, Minnedosa for five years and for the past 13 years in Winnipeg. He was active in sports particularly in curling and football and while in school played football with the St. James Collegiate and later the St. James Rods. He attended the University of Manitoba in the faculty of physical education and was also a member of the curling club. Surviving besides his parents is a sister Mrs. M. J. Frye (Georgie Ann), Winnipeg. Funeral service will be held 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Park Lawn chapel 1858 Portage Avenue with Rev. G. E. Taylor officiating. Interment in Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at the chapel on Friday evening between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.. Flowers are gratefully declined, if friends so desire donations may be sent to the Society for Crippled Children and Adults, 825 Sherbrook Street. Arragements by Leatherdale St. James-Assiniboia. Phone 888-7977

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