CHIN, Errol Robert, 65, died suddenly on Sunday, July 10, 2011 in Ontario, Canada.
A memorial service was held on Friday, July 15th, 2011 at PM at the Bramalea Filipino-Canadian Seventh- day Adventist Church, 8458 Torbram Road, Brampton, Ontario, L6H 5C7.Another daughter, Yolande Allison, preceded Ovetta. She also precedes siblings, Edelmera Harrison, Getseta Thompson, Seymour (Chappo) O'Meally and Gloria Nelson. A memorial service was held at Fillatre's Funeral Home Chapel. Kingston, Jamaica, BWI age 22, occupation Private Secretary. James BALFOUR [ Church of England ], mother Ada Louisa EAST. JB was a founding member of the Jamaican Canadian Association.In Jamaica, Ovetta worked as Postmistress at both the Hayes and Alley post offices. He was a medical technologist and laboratory manager at Connaught Medical Research Laboratories for 28 years. His mother was Jane Meikle Anderson and his father was Alexander Anderson. Ferdinand arrived in America in 1923 through the Port of Philadelphia. He worked for Packard, Luby & Hory Chevrolet Companies. He was born April 13, 1931 in Jamaica to Arnold and Princess Wright Anderson. Anderson was married to the late Verlinda Clarke who died July 12, 1990. The Journal News, April 9th, 2003 ANDREWS - Maxwell Ewart, Born November 19, 1917 in Kingston, Jamaica. His father was Edward Paul Andrews and his mother was Hildred Ewart Andrews (nee Abrahams) of Hayfield, Ewarton. She is survived by her husband Barcliff of Peekskill; a step-son Danny Atkins of Bridgeport, CT; a step-daughter Sharon Spence of Jamaica; and many cousins. The Journal News, January 16th, 2000 BACQUIE, Eva Corinth, at Sunnybrook Palliative Care Centre, on Friday, January 21, 2011, after a four year battle with cancer. He taught civil engineering at Queen's University for 27 years before retiring in 1993. Carl was born in Jamaica and raised in Mississauga from the age of 12. We were blessed that Ferdinand was able to celebrate his 100th birthday. Ferdinand, a devoted father, is survived by his children: Mr. Kenneth worked as a Machinist for Monarch Brass Company in New Rochelle, NY. Barry graduated from Kingston Technical High School in 1948, received a Bachelors of Science in Engineering from the University of Edinburgh in 1956 and a Ph. in Civil Engineering from the University of London's Imperial College of Science and Technology in 1963. BURRELL, Carl Antonio, 48, died unexpectedly December 6 at his Toronto home survived by his Mother Iris Allen; Father Milford George Burrell Senior and wife Olga Burrell; Brothers Mark Burrell, Mitch Brown, Patrick Allen, Ewan Allen, Courtney Allen, Robert Hamilton, Ainsley White, Milford George Burrell Junior; Sisters Carol Ffrench, Marcia Grant, Rose Marie Cunningham. She was born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1920 to Sidney and Miriam Martin. He held positions with the National Museum, Royal Ontario Museum and in the Netherlands before coming to Memorial where he served as professor and head of the Department of Biology between 19. BARNES (Trutch) This is from the Ross Bay Cemetery in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada: CHARLOTTE HANNAH RELICT OF WILLIAM TRUTCH AND ONLY CHILD OF JOSEPH AND HANNAH BARNES OF KINGSTON, JAMAICA BORN C. She is survived by her four children Randolph Bennett, Cincinnati, Ohio; Roy Bennett, London, England; Verna Johnson and Patricia Thompson, New Rochelle, NY. Surviving are 4 sisters, Vida and Dorritt Bent, Daphne Peyton, Hortense FFolkes, 2 brothers, David and Peter Bent, nieces, nephews, cousins, 3 sisters-in-law, Adina and Thelma Bent, 2 dear and dedicated friends, Doris and Val Rollins. The Journal News, Sunday, November 19th, 2000 BICKNELL from The Sun, Bremerton, Washington State - May 27, 1999. She grew up in Victoria, British Columbia, later moving to Port Angeles where she attended secondary school. Gerald served as an Anglican priest for 51 years throughout the Diocese of Jamaica and the Diocese of Moosonee. For many years he and Blanche volunteered at Meals on Wheels. Service at the Turner & Porter Yorke Chapel, 2357 Bloor St. (The Globe & Mail ) BAKER, Mrs Beryl Elaine Baker died peacefully aged 91 on Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 in the Palliative Care Unit of the Western Memorial Hospital in Corner Brook, Newfoundland, surrounded by her daughter Angela, son David, his wife Pamela, granddaughter Kerry and grandson Bruce. Ball was an internationally-known taxonomist with special interests in the evolution and biogeography of flatworms. Reference British Columbia Vital Records (BCVR) 1952 Death Registration # Family History Library Film #2032862 BARHAM, Jennifer Ann (nee Cathcart) Passed away peacefully on Monday, July 3, 2006 surrounded by her family. Dear sister of Stella Hughes, Andrew Cathcart and Gaye Andrusiak. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Mississauga on Friday, July 7, 2006. 1876 AND OF MARY AUGUSTA THIRD AND MUCH LOVED CHILD OF PETER AND CAROLINE A. (The Edinburgh Evening Courant of 03 April 1869) BENNETT, Julia Maud, the only child of Medorah Johnson and Harold Gordon of Jamaica, West Indies, died of natural causes at home in the loving care of her daughters on Wednesday, September 18, 2002 at AM. She had worked as a seamstress in the garment industry. (Obituary December 21, 2011 - Globe & Mail) BUTTERWORTH, The Reverend Gerald on Sunday, June 17, 2012 at North York General Hospital in his 79th year. He married the late Blanche Strachan Byles in Jamaica on June 3, 1939. Byles and his family moved to the Washington, DC area in 1944, where he worked as a salesman until 1980, when he moved to Mt. He was a member of Christ Episcopal Church, where he was a long-time member of the choir and the men' s club. BREWER, Olive E., born December 23, 1927 in Jamaica, W. Vernon and also as an estimator for over nine years at Longine's in New Rochelle. Her survivors include: two daughters, six grandchildren, three brothers, four sisters, four nephews and nine nieces. Full Reference British Columbia Vital Records (BCVR), Death 1958 Registration #12, Family History Library Film #2033179 BROWN, Edith, resident of New Rochelle expired January 31, 2001. Interment will be at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Cemetery. BRYANT, Noel Lascells, born July 29, 1924 in Clarendon, Jamaica, went to sleep October 24, 2004. His four sons: Mark Buck of Fairfield, CT; Trescott Buck of Birmingham, England; Trevor Buck of San Francisco, CA; Max Ensor of Birmingham, England and seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, also many cousins. Born in Trelawny, Jamaica, Doug was the second son of Patrick Gladstone and Ruby Delores Lorraine Burke. She worked for over 40 years as a beautician in Mt. Vernon for 22 years and in Scarsdale for the last six years. Died 11th Sept.1958, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. of Margate and sister, Gloria Smatt of Pembroke Pines and many nieces and nephews. The Journal News, Friday, April 23rd, 2004 BURKE, Douglas Everard, 1932 - 2012. BIRTHS - At Friendship Park Villa, in Liguanea, St. From Newfoundland she would travel back to Jamaica to look after her mother and then her father and later would go to Toronto to help with her brother, Keith and sister in law, Dorothy, before they passed away. February 10, 2000, Gazette (Memorial University of Newfoundland Paper, Canada) BANNELL, Mrs. Globe and Mail Saturday June 23, 2012 BYLES, Theophilus Theophilus (Ted) Lynch Byles,91,of Mt. He is survived by two sisters, Leila Enid Brandon, of Richmond, VA, and Ferris Katherine Dixon, of Concord, MA; a daughter, Virginia L. Pleasant; three grandchildren, Richard Foreman, of Brooklyn, NY, Andrew Foreman and his wife Debbi, of Ft. Pleasant; two great grandchildren, Alexander Foreman and Elizabeth Foreman of Ft. [Toronto Star.] CAMPBELL, Delbert, was born June 26, 1948 in Hanover, Jamaica to Flora Myrie and Herbert Campbell. Delbert served in the US Army and graduated from Quinsigamond College, he worked at the White Plains Hospital for 22 years as a Senior Radio Technologist and the Supervisor of the department.Andrews, Island of Jamaica, on the 22d October, the lady of Alexander AIKMAN, jun., Esq., printer to his Majesty, and to the Hon. (The Edinburgh Advertiser of 10 January 1827) ALLISON, Ovetta - Died at Brampton Civic Hospital on Thursday, January 10, 2013. Died North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2nd Oct. Reference British Columbia Vital Records (BCVR) 1965 Death Registration #05 Family History Library Film #2033798. She made trips to England to see her son David, daughter-in-law Pamela and family as well as sister Phyllis and her husband Bob. He lived in Stamford, CT, for 23 years and was member of the Bethel AME Church in Stamford. He is survived by his wife Dorothy Riley Campbell, daughters, Fay, Jennifer, Monica, Tracey, stepdaughter Maline Miller, sons Fitzroy, Phillip and Trevor.