Mcdonalds, Lewiston to Black Isle to Canada

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  • ID: I00193
  • Name: Winifred Louise Clayton
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 16 Hugo Road, Kentish Town 1b 205 Upper Holloway, Islington 17 DEC 1894 in Greater London, London, Middlesex, England
  • Burial: 19 FEB 1982 Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Event: St. John's Norway Cemetary. Plot 52, Range 1, Section 16, Grave North. Other
  • Event: Providence Villa Other
  • Death: 17 FEB 1982 in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada of At Providence Villa
  • _DCAUSE: At Providence Villa
  • Note:
    Winifred's Mother had died. Winifred was alienated from her own Father when he had been convinced by his new girl friend to put Nan 'into service' as a maid.
    Winifred Louise Clayton met Gilbert George Troke when he was in the hospital recuperating from his wound suffered at Sanctuary Wood in 1916. It is reasonable to think that after having married Winifred in England, Gil would have travelled home in a troop ship - hence probably little record. While Winifred came over separately (on a Cunard ship). It appears that Gil was relieved from duty because of his wound (regardless of what the sos date is since many were sos at home).
    Winifred worked for GECO making ammunition during the war.

    See note to Auntie Winnie" from "Little Harry". From Nephew, Harry Brandon? Son of Gertrude Maud Clayton and George Brandon.

    After Edith Lucy Rose Wright aka Queenie died in 1946, William Lupton married Winifred Louise Clayton, Queenie's Aunt in 1947.

    St. John's Norway Cemetary, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    In 1853 Charles Coxwell Small deeded 3 acres of his land to the Rt. Reverend John Strachan, Lord Bishop of Toronto, for the construction of an Anglican church and graveyard to seve the community of Norway and subsequently Toronto. Over the years the Cemetary grounds have expanded several times reching it's current size in 1925. The Cemetary occupies about 35 acres on the Northwest corner of Woodbine Avenue and Kingston Road in Toronto's East end. In December 1998 a Crematorium and Chapel were added. Today the cemetary hase more than 50,000 gravesites and nearly 80,000 interments.
    Source: St. John's Norway pamphlet dated 02/05




    Father: John Clayton b: 1856 in Westminster, England
    Mother: Emma Baker b: 1856 in Heighgate, Middlesex, England

    Marriage 1 Gilbert George Troke b: 12 APR 1894 in Moordown, Hampshire, England
    • Married: 17 NOV 1917 in Uxbridge, England
    Children
    1. Has Children Elsie Irene Troke b: 25 OCT 1918 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    2. Has Children Doris Elaine Troke b: 17 AUG 1925 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    Marriage 2 ? Dynes

      Marriage 3 Albert Gaylor

        Marriage 4 William Lupton
        • Married: 1947
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