White / Chartrand Family Tree

Margaret Kannawin

Additional Names

Additional Names Name
Married Name McClure

Person Chart

Partners

Partner Date of Birth Children
Norman Scott McClure 1875-07-28

Person Events

Event Type Date Place Description
Birth 1875-10-08 Shelburne, Dufferin, Ontario, Canada
Death 1952-10-26 Shelburne, Dufferin, Ontario, Canada
Burial 1952-10-29 Shelburne, Dufferin, Ontario, Canada

Notes

Provider:
Shelburne Free Press and Economist
Source Type:
Obituary
Date:
12 Nov 1952
Contents:
Shelburne Free Press & Economist - November 12, 1952, MRS. NORMAN McCLURE:
Mrs. Margaret McClure, beloved wife of Norman S. McClure, passed away peacefully at her home, Sunday, October 26th. Deceased was a daughter of the late John and Sarah Kannawin, of Melancthon Township. In 1916 she married Norman S. McClure, of Balmoral, Manitoba, where they lived for 12 years. During that time Mrs. McClure was very active in her church, I.O.D.E. and the Red Cross. They then moved to Kelvington, in Northern Saskatchewan, and while there the deceased was interested in social welfare and made their house a home for many United Church students. For the last six years Mrs. McClure had made her home near Shelburne. She is survived by her husband and one sister, Mrs. Herman Madill.
The funeral service was held at her home, Wednesday, October 29th. The service was conducted by Rev. Dr. H. O. Hutcheson, assisted by Rev. Robt. Hiltz, B.A., of Victoria Harbor, who had been one of the missionary students. Mr. Donald Steenson sang Mrs. McClure's favorite hymn, "Jesus Lover of My Soul." The pallbearers were John Burnside, Charles Firth, Neil Madill, Earl Madill, Reginald Bowden and Peter Personage. The flowerbearers were Ruth Madill, Helen Legate, Sally Personage, Mrs. Bert Silk and John Madill. Many beautiful flowers testified to the esteem in which the late Mrs. McClure was held. Relatives and friends from Briarcrest, Saskatchewan, Toulon, Manitoba, Peterboro, Brampton, Arthur, Guelph, Acton, Toronto and Grand Valley attended the funeral.