NameMary Vida McMillan
Birth11 Apr 1892, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Res. at Time of DeathBurnaby, British Columbia, Canada
Death12 Jul 1977, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Burial15 Jul 1977, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
CemeteryMOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY, Vancouver, BC
Cause of deathheart failure
FatherJohn McMillan (1856-1905)
MotherElizabeth May Morton (1868-1936)
Spouses
Birth15 May 1888, New Zealand
Res. at Time of DeathBurnaby, British Columbia, Canada
Death3 Oct 1982, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
Burial6 Oct 1982, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
CemeteryMOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY, Vancouver, BC
Cause of deathfall down basement stairs, arteriosclerosis
Marriage23 Jan 1917, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
ChildrenFrancis Evan (1918-2002)
 Mary Elizabeth (1927-)
Notes for Mary Vida McMillan
T.S. McNair and Mary V. McMillan, wedding description, Vancouver World, January 25, 1917, page 5:

A very pretty wedding was solemnized at St. John’s Presbyterian Church on Tuesday evening, Rev. Dr. Smith officiating, when Miss Mary V. McMillan, daughter of the late Mr. John McMillan and Mrs. McMillan, 760 Denman Street, was married to Mr. T.S. McNair, son of Capt. And Mrs. McNair, South Devon, England. The bride . . . was given away by her brother, Mr. J.A. McMillan. . . . Her bridesmaid [was] Miss Hambrook . . . A large number of friends were present to witness the ceremony and to wish them luck as they left by the night boat for a short honeymoon. . . . On their return Mr. and Mrs. McNair will reside in the Majestic Apartments.

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Mary V. McMillan and Thomas S. McNair, wedding description, Vancouver Sun, January 26, 1917, page 5:

The marriage of Miss Mary V. McMillan, the only daughter of the late John McMillan and Mrs. McMillan, 760 Denman street, to Mr. Thomas S. McNair, son of Captain and Mrs. McNair, of Paignton, South Devon, England,, was solemnized on Tuesday evening, Rev. Dr. Smith officiating. The bride . . . was given away by her brother John A. McMillan . . . She was attended by her cousin, Miss Ina Hanbrook . . .. The groom was supported by his brother, Pte. Archie McNair, of the 21st. C.E.F. A large number of friends were present to witness the ceremony, as the young couple were very well known. Mr. and Mrs. McNair left on the night boat for Victoria and Portland on a short honeymoon. On their return they will reside at the Majestic apartments.”

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Society, Vancouver Province, January 25, 1917, page 8:

Mr. and Mrs. J. McMillan of the Royal Bank at Princeton is in the city having come to attend to marriage of his sister, Miss Mary McMillan to Mr. T.S. McNair, which took place on Tuesday.

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Mary Vida McNair, death notice, Vancouver Province, July 14, 1977, page 30; Vancouver Sun, July 14, 1977, page 46:

McNair—Mary Vida, on July 12, 1977 in her 86th year. Survived by her loving husband, Thomas S. McNair, son and daughter-in-law, Dr. Frank and Margaret McNair of Kelowna; daughter and son-in-law Mary and Bob Gardner of Burnaby; 9 grandchildren; brothers James, Robert and Samuel McMillan. Funeral service at Royal Oak Chapel, Royal Oak at Kingsway at 3 PM Friday, July 15th, Rev. Geo Morrison officiating. The deceased was a member of St, John’s United Church since 1905; in lieu of flowers friends may donate to the Building Fund, St, John’s United Church, 1401 Comox St., Vancouver, B.C. Interment at Mountain View Cemetery.”
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