NamePearl Adelia Chatwin
Birth31 Dec 1890, Neepawa, Manitoba, Canada
Res. at Time of Death1965, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Death3 Dec 1965, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Burial6 Dec 1965, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
OccupationBetween 1909 and 1910 worked as a stenographer at BC Wood, Pulp and Paper Company Limited
Cause of deathcancer of ovaries
FatherSamuel Chatwin (1866-1942)
MotherMargaret Jane Hill (1873-1952)
Spouses
Birth5 May 1890, New Mills, Restigouche, New Brunswick, Canada
Res. at Time of DeathVancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Death28 Jun 1975, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Burial3 Jul 1975, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Cause of deathcarcinoma of stomach (4 months)
FatherJohn McMillan (1856-1905)
MotherElizabeth May Morton (1868-1936)
Marriage6 Oct 1915, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
ChildrenJohn William Chatwin (1916-1971)
 Donald Gordon (1919-1978)
 Mary Anita (1922-1989)
 Anne Louise (1931-2017)
Notes for Pearl Adelia Chatwin
John A. McMillan and Pearl Chatwin, wedding notice, Vancouver Province, October 7, 1915, page 8:

The wedding was celebrated yesterday morning at Kitsilano Presbyterian Church of Miss Pearl Chatwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Chatwin, 2474 Point Grey road, and Mr. John A. McMillan, son of Mrs. J. McMillan, 760 Denman street, Rev. Dr. McKinnon officiating. The bride, who was given away by her father, and was unattended, was attired in a tailored novelty suit of dark blue, with an ermine necklet and a French toque, and carried a bouquet of pink roses. Mr. and Mrs. McMillan left on the morning boat for a short honeymoon trip, and on their return will take up their residence in the city.
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John A. McMillan and Pearl Chatwin, wedding notice, Vancouver World, October 7, 1915, page 5:

The wedding was quietly celebrated yesterday at Kitsilano Presbyterian church of Miss Pearl Chatwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Chatwin, 1474 Point Grey road, and Mr. John A. McMillan, Rev. Dr. McKinnon officiating. The bride, who was given away by her father, and was unattended, was attired in a tailored novelty suit of dark blue, with an ermine necklet and a French toque, and carried a bouquet of pink roses. Mr. and Mrs. McMillan left on the morning boat for a shore honeymoon trip, and on their return will take up their residence in the city.

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Pearl Adelia McMillan, death notice, Vancouver Province, December 6, 1965, page 29; Vancouver Sun, December 6, 1965, page 37:

McMillan—Passed away December 3, 1965, Pearl Adelia, beloved wife of John Andrew McMillan of 1049 Chilco St., Vancouver; also survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. Gordon (Mary) Demens, Merritt, B.C.; Mrs. Harry R. (Anne) Carter, Victoria, B.C.; 2 sons, John and Donald; a brother Mr. William Chatwin, Port Alberni, B.C. and 3 grandchildren. Private Funeral service Monday, December 6, 1965, with Rev. T.T. Oliver officiating. Forest Lawn Mortuary Funeral directors in charge. In Lieu of flowers donations to the B.C. Cancer Foundation will be appreciated.
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