Joyce Greenwood McBurney 2,48
- Born: 16 Oct 1899, , Cameron, Manitoba, Canada 2,48,750
- Marriage: Harriet Muriel Brooks on 28 Dec 1922 in Brandon, , Manitoba, Canada 1,2,48
- Died: 8 Nov 1991, Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada at age 92 2,24,48
- Buried: 1991, Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada 24
Joyce's interests were baseball, hockey, poetry, civic affairs, and Church.
Joyce was a source of a great deal of the McBurney Family history for Kim Mills. 2,48
Noted events in his life were:
• 1901 Census of Canada, 24 Apr 1901, , Cameron, Manitoba, Canada. 259 Brandon, Cameron Municipality, Twp. 6, Rge. 23, W1, p. 11, lines 17-22, Family 105;
Joyce, age 1, with father John J., age 40, mother Eliza, age 30, and brothers Ernest, age 8, Reginald C., age 7, and Charles, age 6.
• 1906 Census of Canada (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta), 10 Jul 1906, Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada. 261 Manitoba, Souris District, Hartney, Sec. 2, Twp. 6, Rge. 23, W1, p. 25, lines 32-39, household 194;
Joyce, age 6, with father James, age 46, mother Elizabeth, age 36, and siblings Earnest, age 14, Reginald, age 12, Charles, age 11, and Edith, age 9 months, with Hired Man, Daniel Bird, age 19.
• 1911 Census of Canada: Sec. 2, Twp. 6, Rge. 23, W1, 1911, Glenwood Municipality, , Manitoba, Canada. 262 Manitoba, Souris, p. 3, lines 11-18, household 24;
Joyce, age 11, with farher John, age 51, mother Elizabeth Jane, age 41, and siblings Ernest, age 19, Reginald, age 17, Charles, age 16, and Edith, age 5, with domestic Jean Mccos, age 22.
• 1916 Census of Canada (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta), 1916, Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada. 263 Manitoba, Souris District, Hartney Village, p. 8, lines 38-45, household 89;
Joyce, age 15, with father John James, age 56, mother Elizabeth, age 46, and siblings Ernest, age 24, Reginald, age 22, Charles, age 21, Edith, age 10 and Russel James, age 3.
• 1921 Census of Canada, 1921, Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada. 264 Manitoba, Souris District, Sec. 2, Twp. 6, Rge. 23, W1, p. 6, lines 14-20, household 53;
Joyce G., age 21, with father John James, age 61, and siblings Edith, age 15, and James R., age 7, with servants James Shephard, age 20, Mona Fracis, age 22, and lodger Francis Fracis, age 3.
• Organizations: Municipality councillor, 1946 To 1957, , Cameron, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada. 751 (Part of a dissertation on Public Servants 1918·1957)
Mr. George Morrison was reeve of Cameron Municipality from 1918 until 1944. Council changes were not so frequent in the municipality as in the town. John M. More, O. T. Bugg, Claude Rey, W. H. Galbraith, J. A. Agnew, J. A. McRorie, Marcel Frankard, T. E. Gibson, Gesner Bent, H. Martin and R. H. Gibson were the councilors during Mr. Morrison's reeveship. John Agnew served one year as reeve when Mr. Morrison retired. He was followed by Arthur Galbraith in 1946 and Mr. Galbraith still holds the office in 1957. Serving as councilors from 1946 until 1957 have been H. Martin, R. H. Gibson, John More, W. C. Keeler, J. G. McBurney, Jos. Agnew and John Bodin who completed the term of H. Martin who died in office after serving as councilor from 1924 to 1955, the longest term of continuous service of any councilor in Cameron municipality.
• Fact 1, 1952, Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada. 752 (Part of a dissertation on Veterinarians in Hartney)
In a farming district a veterinary doctor was a valuable member of the community. Hartney's first veterinary doctor was Dr. A. G. Hopkins, an Englishman who remained in the town for two years. He was followed by Dr. D. D. Reid whose office was above that of the McDonald livery barn. Dr. Reid left Hartney in 1904 and his place was taken by Dr. Hackett who cared for the farm animals until 1915. He was followed by Dr. E. L. Houck a native of Boissevain district who practiced at Napinka for two years before coming to Hartney. Dr. Houck served the farmers of Cameron Municipality and worked enthusiastically with the Agricultural Society for the twenty four years that he resided in the town. In 1939 he became Provincial Veterinarian of the Livestock Branch of the Department of Agriculture for the Manitoba government and with his wife and daughter, Lorraine, moved to Winnipeg to live. There Mrs. Houck died in 1953 and Dr. Houck in 1957. There has been no qualified veterinarian in Cameron Municipality since Dr. Houck's departure and since that time Arthur Galbraith, now the reeve of the municipality, has filled the need and been ready to act as a practical veterinarian whenever his services were required. So faithfully has he cared for the farm animals that in 1952 at a gathering of almost 500 grateful citizens in the town hall, a 1952 half-ton truck, paid for by the willing contributions of those who appreciated his services, was presented to Reeve Galbraith by R. A. Gibson on behalf of the community. A notable contribution was that of Councilor J. G. McBurney who donated a well-fed hog to be raffled to add to the truck purchasing fund.
• Residence, 1967, Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada. 735
• Residence, 1983, Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada. 267
• Cemetery: Riverside Cemetery, 1991, Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada. 24
Joyce married Harriet Muriel Brooks, daughter of William C. Brooks and Unknown, on 28 Dec 1922 in Brandon, , Manitoba, Canada 1,2.,48 (Harriet Muriel Brooks was born on 3 Jul 1900,2,48 died in 1993 in Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada 24 and was buried in 1993 in Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada 24.)