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501 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (I.B.C.) (I2062)
 
502 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (C.E.C.) (I2063)
 
503 Reunion tree listed a William Oakes Clark as the spouse of Mary Elizabeth Bird, daughter of Violet Dean Gooderham. Bird, Mary Elizabeth (I538)
 
504 Robert Foster Ross notes:
The name Bell. Comes from an ancestry of one Thomas Bell. He was in York as early at 1800. I located a copy of his obit. According to obit, he was with General Brock at the capture of Detroit and was also present when the great Indian Chief Tecumseh fell at the Battle of the Thames. I also recovered a detailed description of his involvement at Detroit from the archives of the University of Toronto. 
Bell, Emily Ann (I2311)
 
505 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (P.D.R.) (I2431)
 
506 Royal Columbia Hospital. Burnaby, BC, Canada Johnson, Emma Eliza (I1935)
 
507 Ruptured gangrenous appendicitis
St. Mary's Hosp. New Westminster BC Canada 
Sivewright, Alexander Hay (I1896)
 
508 s/o George Suttie and Ellizabeth Genevieve Porte
George b. Scotland and Elizbath b. Ontario

Gerald change his name from Suttie to Grant-Suttie prior to 1915

Internet Findings:
http://digitalcollections.library.ubc.ca/cdm/singleitem/collection/bookplate/id/865/rec/16 -
Owner was Gerald Lynham Porte Grant-Suttie (February 17, 1890-May 24, 1949). Grant-Suttie was born in Detroit, Michigan, to George Grant-Suttie. Although there seems to be little information on his early schooling, Madsen documented in his book, ?Another Kind of Justice: Canadian Military Law From Confederation to Somalia? (1999), that Grant-Suttie completed two years of law school but did not attempt the bar examination. A career military man, Grant-Suttie joined the service in 1909, transferring to the Royal Canadian Regiment as a Lieutenant in 1913. In 1915 at the age of 25, he enlisted for overseas service in the First World War, during which he served as a court martial officer in London and France. The records of the Royal Canadian Regiment show that he was wounded in action in November of 1917. He received the British War Medal and the Victory Medal for his service. In 1924, Grant-Suttie married Ada Lewis Gooderham, daughter of Robert T. Gooderham of Toronto. A Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, Grant-Suttie was instrumental in the induction of Canada into the International Geographical Union (IGU). He personally sponsored Canada?s membership in the IGU beginning in 1936, and served as the first chairman of the Canadian National Committee of the IGU. Grant-Suttie also served as the first Lithuanian Consul-General for Canada from 1937-1949. Lieutenant Colonel Grant Suttie died in 1949 at the age of 60 after suffering a heart attack at the Woodbine Racetrack clubhouse in Toronto. http://digitalcollections.library.ubc.ca/cdm/singleitem/collection/bookplate/id/865/rec/16 
Grant-Suttie, Gerald Lynham Porte (I576)
 
509 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (N.G.W.K.) (I1122)
 
510 Sail Canada is deeply saddened to hear of the passing of a cherished member of the sailing community, Robert Warden McKimm.



On 4th May, in Ottawa. Husband of the late Margo (Grace) McKimm (2008), father of John Warden (Nathalie Lanctot) of London, England and Martha Grace (Dennis Darby) of Toronto. Proud grandfather of Lydia and Andrew McKimm and Grace and Max Valihora. Devoted brother of the late Charles, George, Barbara (Beattie), Joan (Fairbairn) and Sheila. The youngest son of Charles McKimm M.C. and Anita (Warden) McKimm, Ward grew up in Smiths Falls, Ontario, where his family owned the local newspaper, The Record News, which had been founded by his grandfather. After graduating from the University of Toronto’s Victoria College, he studied Law at Osgoode Hall and went on to join the Department of Justice in 1953 where he worked in a number of capacities, including as Chief Counsel to the Privy Council. He subsequently left the government for private practice and enjoyed a successful career, a highlight of which was acting for the appellant in Canadian Aero Service Ltd. v. O’Malley, a leading civil case decided by the Supreme Court on director and officer liability.



As a boy, Ward spent most of his summers on his family’s island on Rideau Lake, where he discovered what was to be a life-long love of sailing. An avid all-round sportsman, his love of competition eventually led him to become active in racing International 14-foot and Flying Dutchman dinghies from 1956 through 1968. During this time, he was a member of the Canadian teams that won the 1956 and 1961 International 14 World Championships, was 2nd in the 1965 International 14 World Championships and 1965 International 14 Canadian Champion. In the Flying Dutchman he won the 1963 North American Championship and the 1962 Canadian Open. He was also the recipient of the Stevenson Trophy, Converse Cup, President’s Cup, D.P. Kirby Memorial Trophy and the Viscount Alexander of Tunis Trophy. In the 1970s, he left the practice of law to join his friend and former International 14 sailing partner Ian Bruce to develop the Laser sailboat, which eventually became and still is the largest sailboat class in the world. The first North American Laser Championship took place in 1971 and the first Laser World Championship in 1974. Ward participated in these and many later Laser championships and became one of the world’s top Laser sailors. In the ‘80s, ‘90s and ‘00s, Ward was engaged various entrepreneurial endeavours and spent all his spare time at his cottage on 31 Mile Lake, near Gracefield, Quebec, where up until the age of 85 he taught sailing and organized regattas for fellow cottagers and friends. He was inducted into the International 14 Hall of Fame in 2013. Ward was devoted to Margo, his wife of 46 years, his family, and his beloved grandchildren. He will be sorely missed and fondly remembered. A memorial service will be held in the Autumn. Donations, if desired, to Sail Canada, www.sailing.ca.  
McKimm, Robert Warden (I2180)
 
511 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (S.u.) (I3941)
 
512 San Gabriel Cemetery, 601 West Roses Road San Gabriel, CA 91775 Stillwell, John Edward (I1486)
 
513 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (J.C.) (I3938)
 
514 Second Lieutenant of 10th Royal Grenadiers (now Royal Regiment Canada) Gooderham, Sir Albert Edward Sr. (I151)
 
515 Section 27, Marvin Road
Holton, Muskegon Co,
Michigan, USA 
Shaw, Rhuey J. (I1614)
 
516 Section 3 , Plot 126
Avondale Cemetery,
Stratford, Ontario,
Canada 
Sanderson, Edwin Ober (I1536)
 
517 Section B, Row 18, Plot 25.
Norwich Village Cemetery, Norwich, Oxford County, Ontario 
Sparkhall, Mary (I226)
 
518 Section B- Plot 12 Grave 5
Brookside Cemetery, Winnipeg, MB,
Canada 
Smyth, Mary Pearl (I1554)
 
519 Section L, Lot 48.
St. James Cemetery 6
35 Parliament St. Toronto, Ontario 
Moore, Elizabeth Jefferson (I222)
 
520 see birth record for son William George Richardson, Margaret Ann (I207)
 
521 see marriage record Gooderham, Thomas Robert (I3061)
 
522 see marriage record Gooderham, Pearl (I3063)
 
523 see marriage record McCabe, Eva M. (I3068)
 
524 See William Ardagh notes and source info for alternative story re: family of Sarah Gooderham Gooderham, Sarah (I73)
 
525 Served with the 4th Battalion CMR during WW1 Gooderham, Lyman Edward (I605)
 
526 Service -Holy Trinity Cathedral (CofE) Interment- Ocean view Crematorium. Brown, Robert Bryce (I1882)
 
527 Shaw plot in Fraser Cemetery New Westminster BC. Shaw, Constance Violet (I1930)
 
528 Shot himself according to Lilian's nephew. Reason was he got involved in heroin according to Peter Buchanan Gooderham. Partner with brother Norman in British American Motors according to Peter Buchanan Gooderham. Gooderham, William Hargraft (I43)
 
529 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (R.B.) (I3925)
 
530 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (F.K.) (I3919)
 
531 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (F.O.P.) (I623)
 
532 son died in infancy Walker, unknown (I2930)
 
533 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Living: (u.M. b~) (I3384)
 
534 Source data may not be for the same Isabella, daughter of John Skelton as Isabella born in 1880 and age at death in 1921 shown as 46 does not match. Skelton, Isabella (I2581)
 
535 Source for death date is unknown so may be incorrect Gooderham, John (I17)
 
536 Source: Family bible of William and Louisa Walker with inscriptions on the Family Register on a front page and some death dates on a final page. Walker, John Henry (I738)
 
537 Source: Family bible of William and Louisa Walker with inscriptions on the Family Register on a front page and some death dates on a final page. Walker, Mary (I899)
 
538 South Park Cemetery, Columbia Twp. Whitley Cty. IN- South Park-1-18-1 Clark, John Wesley (I1620)
 
539 Spelling could be Autliff;
another source (Paul) indicates marriage to John Edwin Ray 
Antliff, Reverend James Cooper (I142)
 
540 St John's Norway Cemetery,
Woodbine & Kingston Rd.
Toronto ON Canada 
Sparkhall, Mark (I400)
 
541 St Marylebone New Church Family: Joseph Lee / Nancy Clark (F834)
 
542 St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Scarborough, Ontario
B-259 
Gooderham, Mary Henrietta (I1275)
 
543 St. Barnabas Anglican Church
New Westminster BC Canada 
Family: Thomas Beauchamp Tye / Ann Louise Clute (F619)
 
544 St. Helen's Churchyard, ?? CA ?? Pearson, Thomas Roy (I1865)
 
545 St. John's Anglican Yard Cemetery-Located on Highway # 2 just east of Highway # 53 in Eastwood in East Oxford Township. On Lot 7 Concession 1, 1.6 (1 mile) east of the 401.-Located on Highway # 2 just east of Highway # 53 in Eastwood in East Oxford Township. On Lot 7 Concession 1, 1.6 (1 mile) east of the 401. Brown, Gordon Wilmur (I1745)
 
546 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Family: Private: (W.L.S.) / Private: (P.E.M.) (F740)
 
547 Stegman family tree provided to Gay Gooderham by Dinah Cruse-Hunter Family: Johann Friedrick Guillaume Stegman / Marie Ursule Choisy de Sennecy (F798)
 
548 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (R.M.G.) (I674)
 
549 Stillwell Home, 1121 Mound Ave. S. Pasadena CA USA Family: Theodore Harrington / Sylvia Sibil Stillwell (F592)
 
550 Stillwell Home, 1121 Mound Ave. South Pasadena CA USA Family: Lloyd Elverton Morrison / Rachel Nita Stillwell (F593)
 

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