Magdalene VALET was born in 1739. She was buried on 2 May 1801 in Assumption Parish, Sandwich. spelled Magdaleine Valette in Marriage Recordsof Assumption Parish, Windsor, Ont.

Spouse: Gabriel AUDET. Magdalene VALET and Gabriel AUDET were married on 6 July 1761 in Boucherville, Chambly, Québec, Canada. Children were: Paschal Paul AUDET DIT LAPOINTE, Gabriel AUDET.


Arsene "Eddie" VEILLEUX was born on 10 March 1905. He died on 15 July 1951 at the age of 46.

Spouse: Paula LAMBERT. Paula LAMBERT and Arsene "Eddie" VEILLEUX were married on 2 July 1938. Children were: Mary-Ann VIELLEUX.


Jeanne VERMETTE (private).

Spouse: Arthème AUDET.


Marie VERMETTE was born on 25 December 1876. She died on 13 May 1962 at the age of 85.

Spouse: Alfred LAMBERT. Marie VERMETTE and Alfred LAMBERT were married on 15 June 1896 in St-Joseph, Biddeford, York Co., ME. Children were: Henry LAMBERT, Wilfred "Willie" LAMBERT, Joseph George LAMBERT, Frank LAMBERT, Alfred LAMBERT, Arthur "Tiger" LAMBERT, Dorille LAMBERT, Blanche LAMBERT, Rose LAMBERT, Corona LAMBERT, Marianne LAMBERT.


Marguerite VERONNEAU (private).

Spouse: Pierre JETTÉ. Children were: Paul JETTÉ.


Mary-Ann VIELLEUX (private). Parents: Arsene "Eddie" VEILLEUX and Paula LAMBERT.


Barbara Ethel WADDY28 was born in 1912. Parents: Percy Harvey WADDY and Julia CARROLL.


Bill WADDY (private). Parents: Charles Albert Arthur WADDY and Catherine Irene TRIMBLE.


Charles Albert Arthur WADDY28 was born on 17 November 1909. He died on 30 June 1975 at the age of 65. Charlie worked in mines and farms as a young man. Then in 1934 he joined the staff of the Model Dairies in Calgary, initially selling cottage cheese and other milk products. It wasn't long before he became supervisor of the drivers and he retained this position for many years.
He met Irene Trimble who was doing bookkeeping for the Dairy. They hit it off. She was transferred to Regina by the Dairy but this didn't suit Charlie. He finally wrote and asked her to return to Calgary and marry him. They were married on November 17, 1939.
Palm Dairies bought out Model Dairies and Charlie continued to work for them until his retirement in 1974.
Parents: Percy Harvey WADDY and Julia CARROLL.

Spouse: Catherine Irene TRIMBLE. Children were: Lorraine Doris WADDY, Doreen WADDY, Linda WADDY, Bill WADDY.


Doreen WADDY (private). Parents: Charles Albert Arthur WADDY and Catherine Irene TRIMBLE.


John Percy WADDY (private).

Spouse: Barbara HARVEY. Children were: Percy Harvey WADDY.


John William Harvey WADDY28 was born on 20 November 1904. Parents: Percy Harvey WADDY and Julia CARROLL.


Linda WADDY (private). Parents: Charles Albert Arthur WADDY and Catherine Irene TRIMBLE.


Lorraine Doris WADDY (private).6 Parents: Charles Albert Arthur WADDY and Catherine Irene TRIMBLE.

Spouse: William Brian Joseph JETTÉ. Children were: Rodney Neil JETTÉ, Robert Charles JETTÉ.


Louie Percy WADDY28 was born on 27 May 1919. Parents: Percy Harvey WADDY and Julia CARROLL.


Percy Harvey WADDY28 was born on 30 November 1878 in Wellington Cottage, Wexford, Ireland. He died on 20 March 1922 at the age of 43 in Strathmore, Alberta. He was buried in Strathmore, Alberta. He came to Canada with his parents.
Percy Harvey (he was generally called by his second name, Harvey) joined the North West Mounted Police and in 1898 was stationed in Dawson City and other posts in the Yukon. He was a constable at that time. These were the days of the Klondike gold rush. News of the gold find flashed around the world and Dawson City grew from a half dozen log huts to a population of over twenty thousand in two years. Percy was stationed at Five Finger Rapids. Several boats had overturned there previously and the occupants drowned. The Mounties inspected boats and made women and children disembark to walk around the rapids.
In 1900 to 1902 members of the N.W.M.P. were granted leave of absence to serve in the South African war. Percy Harvey joined up with his brother, Jack, and was with the 14th Troop, "B" Division, South African Constabulary. On his return in 1903 Percy Harvey stopped to visit his parents in England. They had returned to England from Canada due to the health of his mother and were living in the Liverpool area.
During the winter of 1903 Percy Harvey met Julia Carroll who was living in Calgary. They were married by Reverend Father Fitzpatrick on February 15, 1904. They later moved to the Strathmore area, east of Calgary. In 1908 Percy was employed with the newly formed CPI (Canadian Pacific Irrigation) District as a ditchrider. He worked for them for a number of years.
In 1922 Percy Harvey had a chance to buy a piece of land west of the Bell place and he did so. One early morning in April (March ??) while they were busy moving Percy decided to walk over to a nearby neighbour's place, Vein Ingles, to say goodbye. He carried with him his .22 rifle to shoot gophers. On the way while crawling through a fence the rifle accidentally discharged into Percy's chest. A farmer, Clark Manning, saw him in passing and brought him home but he died two hours later.
Percy Harvey is buried at Strathmore. His wife, Julia, lived to be 93 and is buried beside her husband.
Parents: John Percy WADDY and Barbara HARVEY.

Spouse: Julia CARROLL. Julia CARROLL and Percy Harvey WADDY were married on 15 February 1904. Children were: John William Harvey WADDY, Richard Edmund Victor WADDY, Charles Albert Arthur WADDY, Barbara Ethel WADDY, Louie Percy WADDY.


Richard Edmund Victor WADDY28 was born on 18 September 1906. Parents: Percy Harvey WADDY and Julia CARROLL.


WAGNER (private).

Spouse: Libbie BYRNES.


Agnes WALLER (private). Parents: John WALLER Jr. and Agnes CARR.

Spouse: Henry JOHNSTON. Children were: Thomas B. JOHNSTON.


John WALLER Jr. (private).

Spouse: Agnes CARR. Children were: Agnes WALLER.


WALSH (private).

Spouse: Mary TULLY.


Adam WARBANSKI (private). Parents: Mike WARBANSKI and Sophie SAWCHUCK.


Barrie WARBANSKI (private). Parents: Mike WARBANSKI and Sophie SAWCHUCK.


Cheryl WARBANSKI (private). Parents: Mike WARBANSKI and Nell SAWCHUCK.


Elizabeth WARBANSKI (private). Parents: Mike WARBANSKI and Sophie SAWCHUCK.


Gabriel WARBANSKI (private). Parents: Mike WARBANSKI and Sophie SAWCHUCK.


Judy WARBANSKI (private). Parents: Mike WARBANSKI and Nell SAWCHUCK.


Maureen WARBANSKI (private). Parents: Mike WARBANSKI and Nell SAWCHUCK.


Mike WARBANSKI (private).

Spouse: Sophie SAWCHUCK. Children were: Elizabeth WARBANSKI, Barrie WARBANSKI, Gabriel WARBANSKI, Adam WARBANSKI.


Mike WARBANSKI (private).

Spouse: Nell SAWCHUCK. Children were: Judy WARBANSKI, Maureen WARBANSKI, Cheryl WARBANSKI.


WARD (private).

Spouse: Maria HAVERTY. Children were: Mary WARD, Catherine WARD, Margaret WARD.


Catherine WARD was born in Ireland.7 She died in USA.7 Parents: WARD and Maria HAVERTY.

Spouse: DUNN.


Margaret WARD7 was born in Ireland.7 She died in USA.7 7th daughter of 7th daughter. Parents: WARD and Maria HAVERTY.


Mary WARD was born in Ireland.7 She died in USA.7 Parents: WARD and Maria HAVERTY.

Spouse: John FAY.


Elizabeth WARREN (private).

Spouse: Hermann-Armand AUDET.


Margaret WARREN (private).

Spouse: James HAVERTY. Children were: John Warren HAVERTY, Elizabeth HAVERTY, James HAVERTY.


George E. WATERWALL (private).

Spouse: Mary Ellen BOOTH.


WATKINS (private).

Spouse: Mary CULLEN.


Dolly WATKINS was born on 20 April 1771.

Spouse: Jessie BOOTH. Children were: Joseph Watkins BOOTH.


Sarah WELLS was born in 1694. She died about 1796 at the age of 102. Sarah lived to be 102 yrs 15 days old. Sarah had her last child when 50 yrs 10 mos 20 days old.

Spouse: William BULL. Children were: Mary BULL.


Alva WHALEN (private). Parents: Eamon WHALEN and Mary Therese TULLY.


Eamon WHALEN (private).

Spouse: Mary Therese TULLY. Children were: John WHALEN, Mark WHALEN, Alva WHALEN.


John WHALEN (private). Parents: Eamon WHALEN and Mary Therese TULLY.


Mark WHALEN (private). Parents: Eamon WHALEN and Mary Therese TULLY.


Addis Volney WHEAT (private). Parents: Volney Godney WHEAT M.D. and Dorothy Minor JOHNSTON.


Addis Volney WHEAT Sr.35 was born on 24 May 1878 in Bourbon Co., KY.25 He died on 24 March 1929 at the age of 50 in Santa Rosa, NM.25 He was buried on 28 March 1929 in Lexington, KY.25 In 1920's owned grocery store in Lexington, KY. Business was mostly credit. Principal customer was a Catholic boarding school & church. Paid on the barrel head. The KKK expanded to Lexington, KY and had a big rally outside Lexington. Two or three days after, the Monsignor asked him to bring over the bill for the month and paid him off. The Catholics attended the rally and took down license plates and reported all who attended. As a result of his attendance at this rally the Catholics cancelled their business and he went bankrupt. Parents: Orville Perry WHEAT and Mary Elizabeth LLOYD.

Spouse: Lennis Lee BOOTH. Lennis Lee BOOTH and Addis Volney WHEAT Sr. were married in 1907 in Spencer County, KY. Children were: Mary Eleanor WHEAT, Addis Volney WHEAT Jr..

Spouse: Cynthia JONES.


Addis Volney WHEAT Jr. was born on 17 October 1916 in Lexington, KY.25 He graduated in Transylvania College, Lexington, KY.35 May have attended. Graduation not confirmed. He Elected as in Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Merrick Lodge No. 31. Parents: Addis Volney WHEAT Sr. and Lennis Lee BOOTH.

Spouse: Anna Wells TURPIN. Children were: William Addis WHEAT.


Allen Parks WHEAT21 was born on 16 February 1888.21 He died on 4 August 1958 at the age of 70.21 Parents: Orville Perry WHEAT and Mary Elizabeth LLOYD.

Spouse: Minnie PERKINS.


Basil WHEAT21 was born (date unknown). Three Wheats are listed in "Gwathney's Revolutionary War List" in Virginia State Library, Richmond, VA. They are Basdill (probably Basil), Jacob and Littlebury Wheat. There is no proof to show whether or not Jacob or Littlebury are sons of Charles.
John, Joseph and Basil Wheat came to Bedford Co., VA from Maryland during or at the close of the Revolution. First to buy land -- 1779. Parents: Charles WHEAT and Rachel WILLIAMS.


Captain William WHEAT21 was born (date unknown). Captain Billy Wheat is mentioned in an old history as having fought in an Indian War. Little is known of Captain William. It is said that his wife and two sons were stolen by the Indians -- a common occurence in those days. Parents: Charles WHEAT and Rachel WILLIAMS.