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Source; Gravestones of Glengarry Volume 2 St Joseph's Catholic Cemetery, Lancaster, Ontario, update by Alex W Fraser 1997
[227]
120r Dr. Harry K. Abbey
1921 - 1989
Janette M. Fraser
1926 - _____
ABBEY

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1989
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Aug 20, 93 AWF
From the Glengarry News, Alexandria, Ontario May 1989
DR. HAROLD KEMBALL ABBEY
A long - time Lancaster area Veterinarian, Dr. Harold Kemball Abbey died suddenly on May 17, 1989. He was 68 years old.
An actively practising vet for 40 years, Dr. Abbey also served on Lancaster Village Council for several years. An avid sportsman, he was a founding member of the Lancaster Curling Club.
Born in Kaslow, B.C., Dr. Abbey graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College with honors in 1947. He practiced for a years in Kingston before moving to Lancaster in 1949.
Mourning his death are his wife Jeanette, two sons and two daughters; Frank [Annemarie] of Aurora, Ont., Kevin and Sharon both of Toronto, and Dianne [Mrs. Andrew Crosbie] of Hamilton.
Also surviving him are brothers Dr. Ken R. Abbey and Roy Abbey, both of Edmonton.
The funeral was held from the McArthur Bros. and MacNeil Funeral Home in Lancaster to St. Joseph's Church in Lancaster on May 20. Funeral mass was conducted by Monsignor D. B. McDougald.
Interment will be in the parish cemetery at a later date.
Pallbearers were Dr. William Osborne, Dr. Jim Hoods, Dr. Do MacLeod, Rod Grant, Don Thomson jr. and Findlay MacLeod.
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Dr. Abbey is the husband of Jeannette Fraser the daughter of Marie Ann McDonald of Guelph, Ontario & of Eugene Fraser son of Archibald of Donald of Duncan of William of Donald of St. Andrews West, Ontario, U.E.L.
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Source; Gravestones of Glengarry Volume 2 St Joseph's Catholic Cemetery, Lancaster, Ontario, update by Alex Fraser 1997
[226]
120s ABBEY
Kevin C.
1965 - 1991
"Going home"

1991
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Sep 24, 93 AWF
From the Standard Freeholder, Conrwall, Ontario August __ 1991
KEVIN CHARLES ABBEY
Kevin Charles Abbey died Aug. 6, 1991 in Toronto. He was 36.
Mr.[Kevin] Charles [Abbey] was a member of the Glengarry Pipe band. He attended Iona Academy and Glengarry District High School. He graduated from the University of Windsor in 1977. Since graduation he had been employed by the Toronto-Dominion Bank.
He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Janette Abbey; one brother, Frank [husband of Annmarie] of Aurora, Ont.; two sisters Sharon Abbey of Toronto and Dianne Crosbie [wife of Andrew] of Hamilton.
Predeceased by his father, Dr. H. K. Abbey of Lancaster.
The service was held Aug. 10, 1991 from McArthur and McNeil Funeral Home, Lancaster. Msgr. Rudy Villeneuve officiated. Interment was in parish cemetery. Pallbearers were Dr. Lloyd Abbey, Eugene Fraser, Garry Fraser, Emile Bourdon, Martin Smith and Don Hunter.

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From the Glengarry News, Alexandria, Ontario August __ 1991
KEVIN CHARLES ABBEY
Kevin Charles Abbey died peacefully at Toronto on Tuesday, August 6, 1991 after a long illnes, at age 36.
He was the dear son of Mrs. Janette Abbey and the late Dr. H. K. Abbey of Lancaster. He was the loving brother of Frank [husband of Annmarie] of Aurora, Ont.; Sharon Abbey, Toronto, Dianne Crosbie [wife of Andrew], Hamilton. He was a member of the Glengarry Pipe Band.
He attended Iona Academy and Glengarry District High School. He graduated from the University of Windsor in 1977 with an Honors Bachelor of Commerce degree.
Since graduation he was employed by Toronto - Dominion Bank. On completion of his training in all aspects of branch operations he was assigned to several posts as an assistant to the manager in the daily administration of the branch. Later he joined the instruction staff with the Human Resources of the Bank Lab training program for three years. He trained newly hired management trainees in the operation of the Branch.
Subsequently, Kevin was offered a position with the Bank's International Inspection Division. For the next three and a half years he travelled to the Toronto - Dominion foreign offices throughout the world assisting in the audit of the branches operations. On completion of this part of his banking experience he joined the , Corporate Branch Operations Division.
During this period of his career he was instrumental in writing the branch training program for a new method of handling foreign exchange transactions. Just prior to his illness he had been assigned to the education area of his Division where his responsibilities included the "Hands On" instruction of branches in new methods of branch operations.
The funeral was held from McArthur Bros and MacNeil Funreal Home, Oak St., Lancaster for Requiem High Mass celebrated by Monsignor Rudy Villeneuve at 11 a.m., Saturday, August 10. Interment was in the parish cemetery, A special bagpipe selection was played at the graveside by Pipe Major John MacKenzie, his former instructor.
Pallbearers were Dr. Lloyd Abbey, Eugene Fraser, Garry Fraser, Emile Bourdon, Martin Smith and Don Hunter.
During mass a special reading from September by Rosamunde Pilcher was read by his cousin Eugene Fraser and a Farewell Family Tribute from the Little Prince was recited by Sister Hilda Curran on behalf of the family.
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see also his father Dr. Harold Abbey in May 1989

Family Chart 1989


from the Donald Fraser & Peter MacIntosh Family Tree Charts 1750 - 1975 1993 by Alex W Fraser, Rhoda Ross. When page loads scroll down to title or go to Fraser-McIntosh Family Tree Charts

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1969
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The Glengarry News, July 10, 1969 pg. 5? col. 6
Dona Catherine Fraser - Peter Mark Addison
Mrs. J. W. Fraser, Maxville wishes to announce the approaching marriage of her daughter, Dona Catherine, to Peter Mark Addison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Addison of Richmond Hill. Ontario. The marriage is to take place in Kenyon Presbyterian Church Dunvegan, on August 1, at 7 p.m.

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The Glengarry News, September 4, 1969, pg.6 col. 6
Pledged Vows at Dunvegan
Peter Mark Addison - Dona Catherine Fraser
The marriage of Dona Catherine Fraser and Peter Mark Addison took place on August 1, 1969, at 7 p.m. in Kenyon Presbyterian Church, Dunvegan.

Rev. Russell Ferguson officiated at the ceremony. Mrs. Allister Campbell was organist with Mrs. Robert Armstrong as soloist.

The bide is the daughter of Mrs. John W. Fraser and the late Mr. Fraser, Maxville, while the groom is the son of MR. and Mrs. Peter Addison of Richmond Hill, Ontario.

Given in marriage by her brother, Rae Fraser, the bride wore a long a-line white chiffon gown over peau de soie with a detachable fan train. She carried a bouquet of white Shasta daisies and baby mums.
Miss Sheila Marshall, cousin of the bride was maid of honor, and Joy Robinson. cousin of the groom , acted as bridesmaid. They were dressed alike in floor-length dresses of turquoise chiffon over peau de sole. The bride's cousin. Dawn MacMaster was junior bridesmaid and wore a floor length pink chiffon dress over pear de soie.

Edward Addison, brother of the groom was best man. Ushers were Jack Fraser and Alfred Deluca.
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1944
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Aug. 2, `93 AWF
FROM THE GLENGARRY NEWS, ALEXANDRIA, ONT., FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1944 P 5 col. 4 bot
MRS. I. ARDLEY Nee Isabella MacMillan DIES AT 92
At the home of her daughter Mrs. W. J. Reynolds, Hamilton, Ont., the death occurred on December 28th after a short illness of Mrs. Isabella Ardley. A short service was held at Hamilton, Ont., after which the remains were conveyed to the home of her daughter Mrs. D. G. MacMaster, Maxville, Ont. The funeral service held from the home on Thursday Dec. 20th at 2 p.m., in the presence of relatives, neighbours, and friends, was conducted by the Rev. R. W. Ellis of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church.
The pallbearers were -- Allan MacDonald, James Cumming, Maxville -- John D. MacMaster, Racey MacMillan, Laggan, Edward Jennings, Ottawa, Robert Jennings, Montreal, grandsons.
Mrs. Ardley was the wife of the late Edward Ardley of Montreal,, and was born 92 years ago, at Fiske Corners, a daughter of the late Duncan Fisk MacMillan and his wife Christena Fraser. She was the last surviving member of her family. Friends attending from a distance were -- Mrs. W. J. Reynolds, Hamilton, Mrs. H. Jennings,, Mr. Robert Jennings, Mary G. MacMaster, Montreal, Rev. D. A. and Mrs. MacCuaig, Morrisburg, Mr. Edward Jennings, Mrs. H. R. McEwen, Ottawa.
Floral tributes -- pillow, Reynolds family, Hamilton; pray -- Jennings family, Montreal; Vase, Mr. and Mrs. A. MacRae, Hamilton; Basket, Harold and Gertie McEwen; wreath MacMaster family.
The remains were laid to rest in the Maxville vault for interment in the Presbyterian Cemetery, Kirk Hill in the spring.

Family tree Chart 1993, prepared by Alex Fraser

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