Annie Christina Manning 2,56
- Born: 8 Jan 1888, Derby, Manitoba, Canada 2,56,66,67
- Marriage: John Albert McBurney on 20 Dec 1905 in Cartwright, Souris, Manitoba, Canada 1,2,56
- Died: 5 Jul 1984, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada at age 96 2,56
- Buried: Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada 2,56
Jack, the fourth child was born October 31, 1875. He spent his earl y years in Teeswater, Ontario moving out West to Manitoba in 1893. H e was eighteen at the time. He married Annie Manning in 1905 and the y homesteaded at Admiral, Saskatchewan. Needless to say, they survive d the dirty thirties. In around 1940 though, Jack took his family an d cattle to southwestern Manitoba. He stayed with his youngest brothe r, Russ McBurney. Russ kept his cattle. During his stay, Jack helpe d Russ to build a new barn. Jack died of cancer in 1956. Annie live d a long and spirited life. Kim visited her in 1981 when she lived i n a nursing home in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. She was very chatt y and friendly as she crocheted an afgan. She died in 1984 at the ag e of 97. She is buried in Vancouver, B.C. with Jack. They had retire d there in the 1950's. Their youngest son, Stuart, now farms on the h ome place in Admiral. ( Jack was known as Black Jack.)
Noted events in her life were:
• 1901 Census of Canada: Annie C., age 13, with father Charles, age 51, mother Sarah, age 51, a, 6 Apr 1901. 66 nd siblings William D., age 26, Chas A., age 16, Gilbert P., age 11, a nd Randolph O., age 7, with cousin Lee Coughtrey, age 5.
Cartwright, Souris, Manitoba, Canada
Manitoba, Lisgar District, p. 6, lines 4-11, household 48;
Annie C., age 13, with father Charles, age 51, mother Sarah, age 51, a nd siblings William D., age 26, Charles A., age 16, Gilbert P., age 11 , Randolph O., age 7, and nephew Lee Coughtrey, age 5.
• Religion: Methodist, 6 Apr 1901. 66 Cartwright, Souris, Manitoba, Canada
• 1906 Census of Canada (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta): Annie, 19, with husband John, age 29, and boarder Hend Howarth, 22, 25 Jun 1906. 64 Glenwood, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
Manitoba, Brandon Dist., Souris, p. 2, lines 31-33, household 11;
Annie, 19, with husband John, age 29, and boarder Hend Howarth, 22.
• 1911 Census of Canada: Annie, age 23, with husband John, age 34, children Annie Ilene, age 4, 1911. 24 , Mary, age 2, Dorothy, age 8 months, and brother Russell, age 23.
Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
Manitoba, Brandon Dist., Sec. 12, Twp. 7, Rge. 23, W1, p. 2, lines 2 8 - 33, household 14;
Annie, age 23, with husband John, age 34, children Annie Ilene, age 4 , Mary, age 2, Dorothy, age 8 months, and brother Russell, age 23.
• 1916 Census of Canada (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta): Annie, age 30, with husband John, age 35, and children Irene, age 9, M, Jun 1916. 25 ary, age 7, Dora, age 5, Ruth, age 4, and Lloyd, age 2.
Claydon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Saskatchewan, Maple Creek Dist., Claydon, p. 12, lines 1-7, househol d 220;
Annie, age 30, with husband John, age 35, and children Irene, age 9, M ary, age 7, Dora, age 5, Ruth, age 4, and Lloyd, age 2.
• 1921 Census of Canada: Annie, age 35, with husband John, age 44, and children Ilene, age 14, 9 Jun 1921. 26 , Mary, age 11, Dorothy, age 9, Ruth, age 8, and Lloyd, age 6.
Claydon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Claydon, Maple Creek District, Sec. 34, Twp. 3, Rge. 22, W3; p. 4, lin es 6-12, household 46;
Annie, age 35, with husband John, age 44, and children Ilene, age 14 , Mary, age 11, Dorothy, age 9, Ruth, age 8, and Lloyd, age 6.
• Cemetery: Forest Lawn Cemetery. 2 Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
• Residence: 2222 Clark Street, 1949. 36 Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada
Ilene (McBurney) & Ted Corkery lived right next door.
• Canadian Voter List: 1590 - Grant Avenue, 1972. 23 Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada
• School: Chesterville School, 1905. 68 Cartwright, Roblin, Manitoba, Canada
Chesterville school (1905).
Back: Oliver Hughes, Jim Ferrier, John Caldicott, Arthur Robinson, Ber t Manning, Henry McKenzie, John Cunningham, Rob Coates.
Third row: Forrest Cunningham, visitor, Milton Hughes, Charlie Manning , Tom McKenzie, Ernest Cunningham, James Cunningham, Jim Moodie.
Second row: Teacher W. I. McCullough, Bell Moodie, Kitty Caldicott, Ka tie Robinson, Nettie Hughes, Edith McKenzie, Margaret Coates, Annie Ma nning, Annie Waldie, Evie Robinson, Emma Way, Victoria Cunningham Fron t: Nellie Wright, Edith Caldicott, Bob Bourns, Lee Croftery, Allan Moo die, Jessie Caldicott, Roy Ferrier, Mabel Way, Delia Robinson, Randolp h Manning.
• Residence, 1977. 27 Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada
• Canadian Voter List: 1590 Grant Ave, 1974. 23 Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada
• Canadian Voter List: 2222 Clarke St, 1957. 23 Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada
Annie married John Albert McBurney, son of Richard McBurney and Priscilla Pettypiece, on 20 Dec 1905 in Cartwright, Souris, Manitoba, Canada 1,2.,56 (John Albert McBurney was born on 31 Oct 1875 in Lucknow, Kinloss, Bruce, Ontario, Canada,2,56,57,58,59 died on 16 Aug 1956 in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada 2,56,58,60 and was buried on 22 Aug 1956 in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada 58,60.). The cause of his death was Cancer of Stomach.
Noted events in their marriage were:
• Aniversary: 50th Wedding Anniversary Party, 1955. 22 Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada
ADMIRAL PIONEERS’ GOLDEN WEDDING PARTY
Bronze mums and shasta daisies set the theme for the family gatherin g honoring the occasion of the Golden Wedding anniversary of Mr. and M rs. Jack McBurney, Port Moody, B.C., formerly of Admiral and Simmie di stricts.
It was the first complete reunion of the nine members of the family i n over 30 years, when they all met at the McBurney home in Port Moody . Present were Ilene (Mrs. Corkery), living in Port Moody; Mary (Mrs . Mortenson) from Gull Lake; Dora (Mrs. McBurney) from Dauphin, Man. ; Ruth (Mrs. Williams) from Souris, Man.; Lloyd McBurney from Souris , Man.; Pat (Mrs. Hymers) of Glen Bain and Stuart McBurney of Simmie . The family presented the couple with a silver tea service in hono r of the occasion.
Under an array of gold and white streamers and bells, the bride’s tabl e was laid with a linen cloth and centered with a three-tiered weddin g cake topped with the same ornament which topped the bride’s cake fif ty years ago. The cake was made by Pay Hymers and decorated by Mr. an d Mrs. R. N. Alston of Glen Bain. The cake was flanked by silver cand le sticks and silver candelabra. The reception was held Saturday, Nov ember 26, and attending the dinner were Ted and Patsy Corkery, Port Mo ody and Judy Hymers of Glen Bain.
Place card favors, in the form of rosettes on tiny gold doilies, wer e found at each setting.
For the occasion, the bride of fifty years chose a gown of wine crep e and her only jewelry was pearls. The corsage was yellow talisman ro ses. Photographs were taken by Albert Stewart of Port Moody.
Mr. and Mrs. McBurney were “at home” to their many friends on Sunday , Nov. 27. Serving the tea were the five daughters and Stuart and Llo yd were in charge of the register. Former prairie people signing th e register were: of Admiral - Mrs. Esther Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Ed B rown, now of Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gillies, Mrs. Olaf Ostby, no w of Hammond; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sherwick, now of Pitt Meadows; Frank Cor kery, now of Port Moody; and Mr. and Mrs. Les McBurney, Vancouver, for merly Souris, Man.
During the re-union, the family members are assembling a family “tree ” and a “Memory Book” with the hopes of adding gems at a future re-uni on.
On December 20, 1905, Jack McBurney and Annie Manning were married i n Cartwright, Man., by the Rev Dr. F. G. Stevens. Attending the coupl e were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jackson of Souris, Man., who celebrated thei r 50th wedding anniversary on Dec. 19, 1955.
Mr. and Mrs. McBurney lived at Souris and Hartney in Manitoba until 19 16 when they moved to a homestead at Claydon, Sask. From there they m oved in 1921 to Gull Lake where they lived until 1925. From 1925 unti l 1949 they farmed at Simmie and then retired in Port Moody, B.C.
Sharing in the occasion are 15 grandchildren and five great grandchild ren.
Mr. and Mrs. McBurney are both in good health and are interested in co mmunity affairs. Mrs. McBurney is busily engaged in the work of the U nited Church in Port Moody, as she was when on the farm at Simmie.