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Titus Taylor
(1844-1930)
Elizabeth Stafford
(1856-1938)
Edward Copley
(Bef 1855-1938)
Mary Alice Brown
(1859-1915)
William Taylor
(1893-1973)
Fanny Copley
(1894-1983)

Phyllis May "Peggy" Taylor
(1916-2007)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Floyd Thomas Carruthers

Phyllis May "Peggy" Taylor 96

  • Born: 22 Jul 1916, Daybrook, Arnold, Nottinghamshire, England 95
  • Marriage (1): Floyd Thomas Carruthers on 17 Apr 1938 in Drumheller, Alberta, Canada 89
  • Died: 25 Feb 2007, Drumheller, Alberta, Canada aged 90 14
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bullet  General Notes:

Facebook conversation 05 Mar 2015 - posted on page "You Grew Up in Drumheller, Alberta, if you remember..."

Laurie Caron Pasher:
Miner's Haven - Dwyn-Anne Appleton - across the street, is there a little pinkish sort of house that was done up as a B&B a few years ago? In 2006, I rented a house for a week while travelling to Drum for my grandmother's 90th birthday. I'm sure it was across the street from Miner's Haven and owned by the same lady. To the family's surprise - It turned out my little pink house was my great-grandmother's house at one time - Mrs. Annabel Carruthers. I don't remember her, I was only 3 in 1966 when she passed away - but my mom, Darlene Caron remembered almost every detail in the house. If it's the same house, do you own that one too?
Dwyn-Anne Appleton
Was Annabelle any relation to Peggy Carruthers? The little pink house still stands across the street I am not too sure who own it now there is amazing history in this street
Laurie Caron Pasher
Annabel was her mother-in-law. Peggy was my grandmother, and her husband (my grandfather) was Floyd Carruthers. Floyd's mom was Annabel. When we were there, my mom took me out the back, and down the alley a bit, describing church going trips with her Gramma Annabel. it was a very eerie experience having rented my great-grandmother's house and not having known it. I'm so glad it happened though!
Dwyn-Anne Appleton
Peggy was a good friend if my mom Merna Appleton I remember she was a fabulous baker, my first experience with nanimo bars were from her kitchen. Peggy and Floyd lived over a block from central school
Laurie Caron Pasher
Yep, they were in a little green house on 4th Street (I think). I think it was covered over with grey aluminum siding the last time I was there. I'm sure I've met your mom - the name sounds very familiar. I spent every summer of my childhood in Drum, and thus was often entertained by gramma's hairdressing clients and tea friends! And yes, she made the best nanaimo bars!
Dwyn-Anne Appleton
The coffee gang lol I remember them well

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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Departure: Bef 28 Nov 1919, Liverpool, England. 95

Arrival: Age: 2, 28 Nov 1919, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 97

She resided at MD No 277 on 1 Jun 1921 in Michichi, Bow River, Alberta, Canada. 71 Age: 4
Marital Status: Single;
Relation to Head of House: Daughter

Arrival: 9 Aug 1944, Eastport, Idaho, United States. 94 Age: 28
in transit to Vancouver to visit sister, Gertrude Taylor

Arrival: 2 Aug 1945, Eastport, Idaho, USA. 94 Age: 29
in transit to Vancouver to visit sister Gertrude Taylor


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Peggy married Floyd Thomas Carruthers, son of George William Carruthers and Annabel Thomas, on 17 Apr 1938 in Drumheller, Alberta, Canada.89 (Floyd Thomas Carruthers was born on 22 Jun 1913 in Munson, Bow River, Alberta, Canada 91 and died in Oct 1975 in Drumheller, Alberta, Canada.)




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