Cole / Richard ancestors as of Nov 17, 2005

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  • ID: I00223 View Post-em!
  • Name: MARION Isabelle GOATCHER 1 2 3
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 28 JAN 1922 in Regina, , SK, Canada 1 2 3
  • Reference Number: 223
  • Note:
    [E_Cole5H17.GED]

    [Cole5H17.GED]

    DC0001
    http://www.colecanada.com/data_ro/GoatcherM1939.jpg
    http://www.colecanada.com/data_ro/AuntMarionJuly2002.jpg

    Marion Goatcher was born in 1922 in Regina, during the years that her parents were living in western Canada, in Saskatchewan and Alberta. During harvesting season, her father, Philip, worked on a thrashing gang. This was a travelling gang and the whole family followed. One year, while they were away from home in Regina, someone stole a whole wall of their house at 456 Forget street. This disappointment was probably one of the factors entering into their decision to return to Montreal, Quebec. In Montreal, Marion attended Earl Grey public school and then Fairmount public school. After many years in Montreal, Marion's parents took up a homestead in Farmborough, Quebec, on the south-eastern outskirts of Noranda, Quebec. Marion remained in Montreal to finish her last years of high school at Montreal High, while her parents were homesteading at Farmborough.

    Marion visited her parents at Farmborough, near Noranda, each summer. After finishing high school, Marion taught in a one-room school house near Farmborough. During World War II, Marion returned to Montreal where she worked as a draftsman, revising engineering drawings. That is when she met and married Vic COLE who was in Montreal working as an aviation instrument technician at Ferry Command in Dorval, QC. Shortly after the end of World War II, they moved to Argentina for a couple of years to assist in the start-up of the first national Argentine airline. The unrest around Peron prompted them to return to Canada. They decided to return to Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Vic's home town, where Vic had been investing in an automotive parts retail store named the Great West Auto Electric. They raised their three children in Moose Jaw, where Vic became an municipal alderman.

    Upon retirement until around the year 2000, Marion and Vic began to spend each winter as "snowbirds" in Mesa, Arizona. There, Marion painted many oil paintings, mostly of different landscapes from around the world. In 2000, Marion suffered a stroke which left her with partial use of the right side of her body. After endless hours of physical therapy, Marion relearned how to write (e.g. letters to friends and relatives) and how to walk with a walker. In time, she also was able to prepare meals by herself and renew her driver's license. After the year 2000, Marion and Vic stopped wintering in Mesa and stayed at their home in Moose Jaw, making short trips by car to visit their many friends.

    Poem

    To Nip [David KC Cole] and Yvette [Richard]

    What is there to say about a man
    Who marries you without house or land
    Then takes you far from your own home town
    And expects you to happily settle down?

    The land is so flat, the people are strange
    For miles you see wheat or cows on the range
    But time passes by and you're both so busy
    WIth studies and thesis and teaching you're dizzy.

    Saskatoon becomes home and soon what do we hear
    A sweet baby is born - Theresa is here -
    She's smiling and happy and loving and good,
    Doing all the cute things a little girl should.

    But now you've gone back to live in Quebec
    You've found a new house and it's a duplex.
    It's got most of the features that you're looking for
    And it's not very far to go to the store.

    But now I have heard
    The kitchen's not complete,
    You've got nothing to cook on
    And no place to store the meat.

    When I was a child
    And times were tough
    We all thought an ice box
    Was really enough.

    Though a cooler is good
    It's a little bit small
    And a fridge is much nicer
    Against the kitchen wall.

    Some women keep house
    WIth a stove, bed and table
    But they're really quite clever
    If they are able,

    To keep the meals coming
    With nowhere to cook
    Nip get out and buy a stove
    And put down that book.
    /DC0001
    ---Marion I Cole 1972




    Father: PHILIP Richard GOATCHER b: 11 OCT 1889 in Worthing, , Sussex, Eng.
    Mother: DAISY SULLIVAN b: 28 AUG 1884 in St John's Wood in London, , Msex., Eng.

    Marriage 1 VICTOR (Vic) Charles COLE b: 1 DEC 1918 in Moose Jaw, , SK, Canada
    • Married: 12 JUN 1943 in Montreal, , QC, Canada 1 2 3
    Children
    1. Has Children Living COLE
    2. Has Children Living COLE
    3. Has Children Living COLE

    Sources:
    1. Title: DC0001 (Personal Archives: Cole & Richard)
      Author: David Cole
      Note: Secondary Sources: Irene (nee Travil) Jezek Paul Delaney Steven Gibbs Victor Cole and Marion Goatcher Ann Cole Lydie Arsenault Archives: Bedfordshire Herts. Internet Tichborne Royals
      Note: Medium
      Repository:
      Note: 53 Westpark Dr., Gloucester, ON, Canada, K1B 3G4
      Media: Other
    2. Title: Cole5H17.GED
      Repository:
      Note: WorldConnect DB:davidcole3
      Media: Electronic
      Text: Date of Import: Apr 11, 2004
    3. Title: E_Cole5H17.GED
      Repository:
      Media: Other
      Text: Date of Import: Aug 19, 2005
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