Carmichael Family History

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1  Smith, Edith Ann (I47)
 
2  Smith, Edith Ann (I47)
 
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1911 Census:
Address: 2433 Knox St.
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Smith, Edith Ann (I47)
 
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1911 Census:
Address: 2433 Knox St.
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Lamden, Ann (I1425)
 
5 "...the family moved to Bosanquet township near Arkona, Ontario in 1897 where Arthur took up farming. His previous work had been as a foundry man.
Arthur, Mary and dughter Bessie, left, Ontario in 1911 for the Canadian West, following the footsteps of Ern and Florence. Arthur stopped to work at Carberry for the harvest season while Mary and BEssie went on to Ern's at Hamiota. Arthur and Bessie continued on to homestead at Codette, Saskatchewan, but he eventually returned to Manitoba where he died... of peritonitis following a perforated ulcer." - Dales Tales, 1980, p. 5

1901 Census Record: ONTARIO, LAMBTON (East/Est), Bosanquet, c-1, p.1
Age: 48
Religion: Baptist
Profession: Farmer
Earnings from Occupation or Trade: -
Extra Earnings: 24.00
Address: Con. 3 Lot 1 
Dale, Arthur (I223)
 
6 "...whose father, a stone mason, helped build Kingston Penetentiary." - Dale Tales, 1980, p. 3 Porter, Margaret (I232)
 
7 "Al, fourth child of Norman and Jane, was born at Hamiota on May 2, 1930. Educated at the Collegiate there, he later attended the Manitoba Technical Institute in Winnipeg from 1950-1951, where he took a course in Air Conditioning and Refridgeration. After his five year apprenticeship in the trade, Al started his own business in 1959, under the name of Fort Garry Refridgeration and Air Conditioning. In 1976, he sold his interests to his partner, and has a new business under the name of Dale Refridgeration.
On July 16, 1955, he married Margaret Elaine Slimmon of Shoal Lake, Manitoba, and took up residence in Fort Garry.
Aren is in the business of Refridgeration, presently serving his apprenticeship. Larry and Greg have graduated from Grade 12 and are working locally. Kerrin is in attendance at Pembina Crest High School." - Dale Tales, 1980, p.36 
Dale, Allan Sheridan (I229)
 
8 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11)
 
9 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I419)
 
10 "Brian, third child of Don and Flo was born on January 25, 1960 at Oakville, Ontario. Brian lives just eight miles away from his brother, Don in Mono Mills and works at Douglas Aircraft. He is interested in cars as well." - Dale Tales, 1980, p.34 Dale, Brian William (I421)
 
11 "d. September 1, 1950, sudden passing of Chauncey Kay Playford, at his home in Biggar, aged 78 years, one of Biggar's pioneers, coming to Biggar from Dauphin, Manitoba in 1910 with his wife the former Katherine Hendrick, he has resided here except for a few years at New Westminster, BC, Dodsland and Elrose, Sask., served on village of Biggar council in 1910 and was overseer in 1911, engaged in various businesses and operated hotels at Dodsland and Elrose, survived by his wife, one son, Thomas of Laura, Sask., two daughters, Mrs. Harold French (Ellen) of Laura, and Mrs. Lionel Jones (Dorothy) of Biggar, internment Biggar Cemetery."- Biggar Independent [7SEP1950.1] Playford, Chauncey Key (I818)
 
12 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I420)
 
13 "Don, second child of Norman and Jane, was born at Hamiota, on March 29, 1927. After his schooling there, he joined the Canadian Navy in 1945, serving for five years, on various ships, notably the weather ship St. Stephen, and the aircraft carrier Magnificent. On his discharge, he worked for the Canadian National Railway in Northern, Ontario as an operator. In 1963, his interest turned to the computer world, and he began courses in that line at Toronto, eventually working for the Canadian government, then later with private computer companies.
Presently, Don is an equity partner in Network Data Systems in Willowdale, Ontario, and is in charge of marketing of CADO business and medical computer systems.
On February 25, 1955, Don married Florence Johnson of Capreol, Ontario. Don and Flo have been separated since 1978.
Don's hobby lies in the field of aviation-- he built and flies his own plane. He also likes downhill skiing." - Dale Tales, 1980, p.34 
Dale, Donald Arthur (I219)
 
14 "Eleanor, third child of Jean and Lorne, lives at home and works at Arc Industries in Dashwood, which is thirty miles away. She travels by bus every day to this job which she enjoys." - Dale Tales, 1980, p.8 Gordon, Eleanor Jean (I297)
 
15 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I18)
 
16 "Hazel Marion, third child of Norman and Jane, was born at Hamiota, on September 7, 1928. SHe took her education there, graduating in 1946. In July of that same year, she took a six week course in Teacher Training, which gave her the opportunity to teach 'on permit' for one year in a one-room school near Killarney, Manitoba.
Following this, Hazel attended the regular session of Normal School, and on graduation in 1948, she taught at Two Creeks, and then at Elkhorn, Manitoba.
On July2, 1952, Hazel married Wesley Rose, and they lived in several towns as Wes was a station agent for the C.P.R. Wes and Hazel currently live in Brandon.
On looking back, Hazel remembers many things that made an indelible impression on her life. These include the circle drive at the old home north of Hamiota, bringing cars which deposited friends, aunts and uncles, or the Watkins man (Want a chew? he'd say and give us gum). There was the distinct Scottish flavor of the neighbours across the fields and the simple ways of childhood, taking in cook-outs, down-hill sledding, picking berries, swimming in or skating on the sloughs, or learning to swear! Life was a mosaic with its many light spots balancing out the darker moments of a depression, then later on World War II." - Dale Tales, 1980, pp.34-35 
Dale, Hazel Marion (I221)
 
17 "Jean was born in 1909, the first child of John and Mabel Wilson, and has always lived in Bosanquet township. ...she married the 'boy next door', Lorne Gordon and was blessed with a family of five.
Jean feels as if she has lived in two worlds, as her memory returns to the horse and buggy days, when few people owned automobiles. Simple pleasures were much enjoyed and life was far from humdrum.
Lorne and Jean belong to the Arkona Senior Citizens Club and enjoy the activities there, as well as some wonderful trips arranged over the past years." - Dale Tales, 1980, p.7 
Wilson, Jean Winnifred (I306)
 
18 "JOAN BARONTSEFF (nee CARMICHAEL) May 12th 1943 - Sept 29th 2014 Passed away at the Carpenter Hospice, Burlington on Monday, September 29, 2014 at the age of 71. Beloved wife of Alex Barontseff. Loving mother of Kathy (Laurent), Michael (Kirsten) Peter (Lila). Cherished grandmother of Tatiana, Olivia and Tanya. Survived by sister Audrey and brother Ralph."
Montreal Gazette, Oct 2, 2014
 
Carmichael, Joan Edith (I239)
 
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I220)
 
20 "Mabel, the first child of Arthur and Mary Dale, was born at Galt, Ontario on October 11, 1882 and moved to Bosanquet township, near Arkona in 1897. She apprenticed to a dressmaker there, later working in Detroit for several years. In 1908, she married John Wilson and lived at Thetford, Ontario. She was a lifelong member of Arkona Baptist Church.
In 1940, Mabel journeyed to the Canadian West for the first time. While there, she attended a family reunion with her mother, two brothers and two sisters. They had not been together as a family since the Dales had left, Ontario in 1911. She remained in the west from July until October.
Mabel and John celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 1958." - Dale Tales, 1980, p.7

1901 Census Record: ONTARIO, LAMBTON (East/Est), Bosanquet, c-1, p. 1
Age: 18
Religion: Baptist
Address: Con. 3 Lot 1 
Dale, Margaret Mabel (I224)
 
21 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I296)
 
22 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I19)
 
23 "Mrs. Mary McArthur, formerly Mrs. Thomas Playford, was laid to rest Wednesday in the Riverside cemetery, Dauphin. Deceased was born in Yorkshire, England, in August, 1825, and at the age of nine years settled in Peterboro county, Ontario with her parents. She was married at the age of 15 years to Thomas Playford and moved to Manitoba with her family in 1878, and shortly after their arrival Mr. Playford died. In 1881 Mrs. Playford was married to Robert McArthur and in 1894 the family settled in the Dauphin district. She is survived by one daughter and three sons, Mrs. James Hassard and Thomas Playford, of Dauphin; James Playford, of Winnipeg; and Chauncey Playford, of Biggar, Sask., at whose home she passed away after living within a few months of the century mark. She leaves numerous grandchildren. Rev. Thomas Neville, Methodist church, conducted the funeral service which was well attended."
Winnipeg Free Press, Friday 6 March 1925 
Doubledee, Mary Ann (I806)
 
24 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I304)
 
25 "Norman, sixth child of Arthur and Mary, was born on August 31, 1895, at Galt, Ontario but grew up in Bosanquet county, where his father farmed. He left school at an early age to work on small farms near home, but in 1910, succombed to the romance of the Canadian west. At the age of 15, he left, Ontario to find a place for himself with his aunt and uncle - Alex and Mary Keachie, who were farming in Manitoba, near Petrel. Under his uncle's guidance, Norman learned the prairie method of operating a large acreage, and eventually became, in Western terms, a 'hired man'.
When war broke out in 1914, Norman tried to enlist, but was rejected, and to salve his pride, he left Manitoba to spend the winter with his family on the homestead at Codette, Saskatchewan. While there, he presented himself to the recruiting officer at Prince Albert, was accepted and returned to Maintoba to take basic training at Camp Hughes (presently Shilo).

Norman served overseas in France as a dispatch runner between the lines, and later as a transport driver. He returned to Canada in 1919, again to work on the farm.

On June 18, 1924, Norman married Jennie Sheridan (known to all as Jane), and they worked out as a couple at Hallboro (near Neepawa), Decker, Lavinia, then finally settled at Hamiota.

Norman and Jane moved to Victoria, B.C. in 1956, and it was there that Norman died... He is buried in the Hamiota cemetery.

Norman will be remembered for his friendly nature, for the plesure his music gave others, and his accessibility as a partner at cards, whether it was 500, euchre, hearts or cribbage." - Dale Tales, 1980, p.32

1901 Census Record: ONTARIO, LAMBTON (East/Est), Bosanquet, c-1, p. 1
Age: 5
Religion: Baptist
Address: Con. 3 Lot 1
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1911 Census
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Dale, Norman Cornell (I218)
 
26 "On Friday morning last, Mr. R. Dale, an old inhabitant of this neighbourhood, was found to have committed suicide, by hanging himself in one of his outhouses." - Cobourg Star, Apr 17, 1844 Dale, Richard (I238)
 
27 "On the 9th inst., at the residence of John Bradbeer, near Brighton, of dropsy of the heart, Miss Annie Dale, fourth daughter of the late R. Dale, of Cobourg." - Cobourg Sentinel, Nov 19, 1864
 
Dale, Annie (I1445)
 
28 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I299)
 
29 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I268)
 
30 008775-84 ( Oxford Co) Amos DALE, 25, school teacher, Drumbo, St. George, s/o Andrew DALE & Margaret PORTER, married Hariet Ann SHIPMAN, 19, Bosanquet, Princeton, d/o Issac SHIPMAN & Margaret J. CORNELL, witn: A.R. McNICHOL of Winnipeg & Libbie LEWIS of Brampton, 25 Dec 1883 at Princeton Dale, Amos (I235)
 
31 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I558)
 
32 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I556)
 
33 1901 Census
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Dale, Richard (I574)
 
34 1901 Census
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Dale, James (I1414)
 
35 1901 Census
Manitoba MARQUETTE (#9) Dauphin g-1 Page 13

Line Family # Name Sex Relation M/S B.Date B.Year Age

33 158 Playford Thomas M Head S Jan 30 1864 37
34 158 Playford Emma F Niece S Jun 9 1878 22 
Playford, Thomas Frederick (I44)
 
36 1901 Census
Manitoba MARQUETTE (#9) Dauphin g-1 Page 13

Line Family # Name Sex Relation M/S B.Date B.Year Age

33 158 Playford Thomas M Head S Jan 30 1864 37
34 158 Playford Emma F Niece S Jun 9 1878 22 
Playford, Emma (I946)
 
37 1901 Census Record: ONTARIO, LAMBTON (East/Est), Bosanquet, c-1, p. 1
Age: 13
Religion: Baptist
Address: Con. 3 Lot 1 
Dale, Elizabeth (Bessie) (I225)
 
38 1901 Census Record: ONTARIO, LAMBTON (East/Est), Bosanquet, c-1, p. 1
Age: 14
Religion: Baptist
Address: Con. 3 Lot 1 
Dale, Andrew Ernest (I201)
 
39 1901 Census Record: ONTARIO, LAMBTON (East/Est), Bosanquet, c-1, p. 1
Age: 8
Religion: Baptist
Address: Con. 3 Lot 1 
Dale, Florence Annie (I227)
 
40 1901 Census Record: ONTARIO, LAMBTON (East/Est), Bosanquet, c-1, p.1
Age: 43
Religion: Baptist
Address: Con. 3 Lot 1

Obituary:
"Funeral service for Mary Keachie, widow of Arthur Dale, and former highly respected resident of Galt, was held this afternoon from the T. Little and Son funeral home, 39 Grand avenue north, to Mount View cemetery for interment. Mrs. Dale passed away at Hamiota Hospital, Manitoba, last Wednesday. She had lived in Galt a number of years prior to moving to Thetford, Ontario. Her survivors are: One brother, Alex. Keachie, of Carberry, Man.; three daughters, Mabel of Thetford, Florence of Oakner, Man., and Bessie of Nipawan, Sask; and two sons, Ernest and Norman of Hamiota, Man. Rev. Alfred Price officiated at the servvice today and the pall-bearers were A. B. Dykeman, L. M. Ray, D. Y. Ray, J. A. Ray, Alex. Fraser and A. E. Willard." Galt Daily Reporter - Monday, November 24, 1941 
Keachie, Mary (I222)
 
41 1901 Census Record: ONTARIO, WENTWORTH & BRANT (North/Nord), Beverly, b-5, p.7
Religion: Methodist
Profession: Domestic (Willard household)
Earnings from Occupation or Trade: none listed
Address: Con. 5 Lot 5-6 
Dale, Wesley (I481)
 
42 1901 Census Record: ONTARIO, WENTWORTH & BRANT (North/Nord), Beverly, b-5, p.8
Religion: Methodist
Address: Con. 6 Lot 7 
Sager, Mary (I480)
 
43 1901 Census Record: ONTARIO, WENTWORTH & BRANT (North/Nord), Beverly, b-5, p.8
Religion: Methodist
Address: Con. 6 Lot 7 
Dale, William H (I713)
 
44 1901 Census Record: ONTARIO, WENTWORTH & BRANT (North/Nord), Beverly, b-5, p.8
Religion: Methodist
Profession: Carpenter
Earnings from Occupation or Trade: 200
Address: Con. 6 Lot 7 
Dale, James (I482)
 
45 1901 Census Record: ONTARIO, WENTWORTH & BRANT (North/Nord), Beverly, b-5, p.8
Religion: Methodist
Profession: Carpenter
Earnings from Occupation or Trade: 600
Address: Con. 6 Lot 7 
Dale, Frank (I236)
 
46 1901 Census:
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Smith, George Charles (I984)
 
47 1901 Census:
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1911 Census:
Address: 90 Rushbrooke
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Carmichael, Isabella (I1058)
 
48 1901 Census:
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1911 Census:
Address: 90 Rushbrooke
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Scott, Sidney (I1062)
 
49 1901 Census: Hochelaga, Saint-Gabriel Ward, b-29, pg 3
Year of Immigration: 1874
Religion: Presbyterian
Address: 100 Charron St. 
(Carmichael), Margaret (I712)
 
50 1901 Census: Hochelaga, Saint-Gabriel Ward, b-29, pg 3
Year of Immigration: 1874
Religion: Presbyterian
Profession: Blacksmith
Earnings: 500
Address: 100 Charron St.
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1911 Census: Hochelaga, 7 St. Gabriel, page 16, line 42
Year of Immigration: 1874
Religion: Presbyterian
Profession: Blacksmith
Employer: R.R. Shop
Earnings: 900
Address: 100 Charron St. 
Carmichael, Laurence (I709)
 

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