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Edith (Ranson) Bailey fonds
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CA CPA 1994.103
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1.5 cm of textual records
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Edith Lillian (Oliver) (Ranson) Bailey (1915-2002) wrote a family history of the Oliver family entitled "Memory's Lane". She was born in Fairview district of Manitoba, and died in Carberry, Manitoba. Bailey was the daughter of Gertrude Watson and George O. Oliver. Her siblings were Cliff, Jean, Annie and Irene (all deceased), Ed, Bessie and Mary. She married Robert Ranson (19?]-1981) in 1936 and they had three sons George, Neil, Allan and Timothy (died in infancy). She married later Roy T. Bailey in 1988. Bailey enjoyed church work, sewing and hairdressing, and was the Home Care Coordinator for Manitoba [Family Services] in Carberry during the 1980's.
Records have been presented to the Carberry Plains Archives in 1994 by Edith Ranson Bailey of Carberry Manitoba.
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Fonds consists of the Oliver family history written by Edith Bailey in 1992. Illustrated by photocopies of family photographs. Part II includes genealogical sheets.
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