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Richard McBurney
(1838-1916)
Priscilla Pettypiece
(1849-1906)
Charles Manning
(1849-1915)
Sarah Ann Cottle
(1853-1945)
John Albert McBurney
(1875-1956)
Annie Christina Manning
(1888-1984)

Patricia Cavell McBurney
(1922-2019)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Clifford Reginald Hymers

2. Ralph Scott Thistlethwaite

Patricia Cavell McBurney 2,64

  • Born: 31 Jan 1922, Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada 2,64
  • Marriage (1): Clifford Reginald Hymers on 11 Jul 1946 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada 2,64,100
  • Marriage (2): Ralph Scott Thistlethwaite on 24 Aug 1994 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada 2,64,100
  • Died: 12 Nov 2019, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada at age 97 101

bullet   Another name for Patricia was Pat McBurney.2

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Residence: Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1977. 30,31

Canadian Voter List: Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1974. 7

Obituary: Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada, 14 Nov 2019. 102 Obituary
Pat Hymers, age 97, passed away peacefully on November 12, 2019 at Th e Meadows. Swift Current, SK. A private graveside service for family a nd friends was held on Friday, November 15, 2019. Pat is survived by : Daughter-in-law Dianne Hymers (Swift Current). Grandchildren Melani e (Roger) Wolf (great-grandchildren Kaytlynn Maloney (Jeff Sullivan) ( great-great-grandchildren Ava and Oliver Sullivan) and Lochlan Maloney ; Darrick (Randi) Hymers (great-grandchildren Brady, Cameron, and Ian) ; Selesta (Clay) Beauchamp (great-grandchildren Avery and Cavelle). So n: Eldon (Terry) Hymers (Moose Jaw). Grandchildren Shane Hymers, Jaso n (Rhonda) Hymers (great-grandchildren Callum, Owen, Kaia); Vanessa (R yan) Davies (great-grandchildren Caden, Megan and Ian). Daughter: Donn a (Keith) Lange (Lloydminster). Grandchildren Raelene (Brandon) Tuppe r (great-grandchildren Aaralyn and Beaudon); Janine Lange. Daughter: J udy (Peter) Newman (Sherwood Park). Grandchildren Andrea, Jeffrey an d Lindsay Newman. Sister-in-law: Phyllis Hymers. Many nieces and nephe ws.
Pat is predeceased by:
Husband: Clifford R. Hymers (in 1988), Second husband: Ralph Thistleth waite (in 2010), Son: Kenneth Hymers (October 11, 2019),
Parents: John (in 1956) and Annie (in 1984) McBurney, Brothers: Lloy d McBurney and Stuart McBurney, Sisters: llene Corkery, Mary Mortensen , Dora McBurney, Ruth Williams, Brothers-in-law: Norman Hymers, Gordo n Hymers, Ralph Prior, Ted Corkery, Claritt Mortensen, Frank McBurney , Ken Williams, Sisters-in-law: Eva McBurney, Hazel McBurney, Norma Hy mers, Kay Prior, several nieces and nephews. Pat was born on a farm a t Gull Lake, the 6th of 7 children. In 1925, the family moved to the A dmiral district where she spent her childhood years. She attended Ston e Farm School for elementary grades and completed high school throug h correspondence. In 1942, she completed a 3-month teacher training co urse offered by the Dept, of Education and taught school in rural area s for four years. In 1946, she married Clifford Hymers, a farmer fro m Glen Bain. There they raised four children: Kenneth, Eldon, Donna an d Judy. In 1959, they moved to farm near Swift Current. Cliff and Pa t travelled with farm tour groups to Australia, New Zealand, Germany , Sweden, Denmark, Hawaii, Cuba, U.S.A. and Canada. They farmed unti l 1988 when Cliff died suddenly of a massive heart attack. After bein g a widow for eight years, Pat married Ralph Thistlethwaite, a very fi ne gentleman. They were married for 15 years when Ralph became ill, an d died at age 95.
Pat volunteered many hours to several organizations: First United Chur ch; Frontier Days Fair; Swift Current Senior Centre; and 20 years wit h the Odds "n" Ends Band. She felt honored to receive a Saskatchewan V olunteer Medal (1999); a medal for volunteerism commemorating the 50t h year of Queen Elizabeth's reign (2002); and a medal commemorating th e 100th anniversary (1905-2005) of Saskatchewan for "significant contr ibutions to Saskatchewan" (2005). The two provincial medals were prese nted to Pat by the Hon. Linda Haverstock, Lieutenant Governor of Saska tchewan and the Queen's medal by M.L.A. David Anderson. Pat was a Lif e Elder of First United Church. She held Life Memberships in the Unite d Church Women, the Swift Current Agriculture and Exhibition Assn, th e National Farmers' Union, the Associated Countrywomen of the World (A CWW). She was also an active member of the Saskatchewan Seniors' Assoc iation Inc. (SSAI), the Saskatchewan Women's Institute (SWI) and whil e farming, was a member of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Pat had many i nterests - music, cooking, sewing, dancing, knitting, crocheting, peti t-point, gardening and family gatherings. A priority was keeping in to uch with family members, having 11 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildr en and two great-great-grandchildren. Special thanks to staff at The M eadows for their loving care and support over the last few months. I n lieu of flowers, Pat had requested memorial donations to the Canadia n Food Grains Bank, 400-280 Smith St, Box 767, Winnipeg, MB. R3C 2L4 o r the National Farmers' Foundation 2717 Wentz Ave, Saskatoon, SK, S7 K 4B6. Cards of condolence may be sent to Donna Lange Box 10031, Lloyd minster, AB, T9V 3A2.

Obituary
Pat Hymers, age 97, passed away peacefully on November 12, 2019 at Th e Meadows. Swift Current, SK. A private graveside service for family a nd friends was held on Friday, November 15, 2019. Pat is survived by : Daughter-in-law Dianne Hymers (Swift Current). Grandchildren Melani e (Roger) Wolf (great-grandchildren Kaytlynn Maloney (Jeff Sullivan) ( great-great-grandchildren Ava and Oliver Sullivan) and Lochlan Maloney ; Darrick (Randi) Hymers (great-grandchildren Brady, Cameron, and Ian) ; Selesta (Clay) Beauchamp (great-grandchildren Avery and Cavelle). So n: Eldon (Terry) Hymers (Moose Jaw). Grandchildren Shane Hymers, Jaso n (Rhonda) Hymers (great-grandchildren Callum, Owen, Kaia); Vanessa (R yan) Davies (great-grandchildren Caden, Megan and Ian). Daughter: Donn a (Keith) Lange (Lloydminster). Grandchildren Raelene (Brandon) Tuppe r (great-grandchildren Aaralyn and Beaudon); Janine Lange. Daughter: J udy (Peter) Newman (Sherwood Park). Grandchildren Andrea, Jeffrey an d Lindsay Newman. Sister-in-law: Phyllis Hymers. Many nieces and nephe ws.
Pat is predeceased by:
Husband: Clifford R. Hymers (in 1988), Second husband: Ralph Thistleth waite (in 2010), Son: Kenneth Hymers (October 11, 2019),
Parents: John (in 1956) and Annie (in 1984) McBurney, Brothers: Lloy d McBurney and Stuart McBurney, Sisters: llene Corkery, Mary Mortensen , Dora McBurney, Ruth Williams, Brothers-in-law: Norman Hymers, Gordo n Hymers, Ralph Prior, Ted Corkery, Claritt Mortensen, Frank McBurney , Ken Williams, Sisters-in-law: Eva McBurney, Hazel McBurney, Norma Hy mers, Kay Prior, several nieces and nephews. Pat was born on a farm a t Gull Lake, the 6th of 7 children. In 1925, the family moved to the A dmiral district where she spent her childhood years. She attended Ston e Farm School for elementary grades and completed high school throug h correspondence. In 1942, she completed a 3-month teacher training co urse offered by the Dept, of Education and taught school in rural area s for four years. In 1946, she married Clifford Hymers, a farmer fro m Glen Bain. There they raised four children: Kenneth, Eldon, Donna an d Judy. In 1959, they moved to farm near Swift Current. Cliff and Pa t travelled with farm tour groups to Australia, New Zealand, Germany , Sweden, Denmark, Hawaii, Cuba, U.S.A. and Canada. They farmed unti l 1988 when Cliff died suddenly of a massive heart attack. After bein g a widow for eight years, Pat married Ralph Thistlethwaite, a very fi ne gentleman. They were married for 15 years when Ralph became ill, an d died at age 95.
Pat volunteered many hours to several organizations: First United Chur ch; Frontier Days Fair; Swift Current Senior Centre; and 20 years wit h the Odds "n" Ends Band. She felt honored to receive a Saskatchewan V olunteer Medal (1999); a medal for volunteerism commemorating the 50t h year of Queen Elizabeth's reign (2002); and a medal commemorating th e 100th anniversary (1905-2005) of Saskatchewan for "significant contr ibutions to Saskatchewan" (2005). The two provincial medals were prese nted to Pat by the Hon. Linda Haverstock, Lieutenant Governor of Saska tchewan and the Queen's medal by M.L.A. David Anderson. Pat was a Lif e Elder of First United Church. She held Life Memberships in the Unite d Church Women, the Swift Current Agriculture and Exhibition Assn, th e National Farmers' Union, the Associated Countrywomen of the World (A CWW). She was also an active member of the Saskatchewan Seniors' Assoc iation Inc. (SSAI), the Saskatchewan Women's Institute (SWI) and whil e farming, was a member of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Pat had many i nterests - music, cooking, sewing, dancing, knitting, crocheting, peti t-point, gardening and family gatherings. A priority was keeping in to uch with family members, having 11 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildr en and two great-great-grandchildren. Special thanks to staff at The M eadows for their loving care and support over the last few months. I n lieu of flowers, Pat had requested memorial donations to the Canadia n Food Grains Bank, 400-280 Smith St, Box 767, Winnipeg, MB. R3C 2L4 o r the National Farmers' Foundation 2717 Wentz Ave, Saskatoon, SK, S7 K 4B6. Cards of condolence may be sent to Donna Lange Box 10031, Lloyd minster, AB, T9V 3A2.

Grave Marker: Memory Gardens Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada, 2019. 26

1926 Census of Prairie Provinces, Canada: Patricia Cavell, age 4, with father John A., age 49, mother Annie C. Bone Creek, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1926. 27 , age 35, and siblings Annie Ilene, age 19, Mary Christina, age 17, Do rothy Belle, age 15, Ruth Helen, age 14, Lloyd Richard, age 12, and St ewart Earl, age 2.



Hobbies: playing piano Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada. 36 Pat played piano in and was the leader of a band called "Odds and Ends " in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. They played for 40 years in and aro und the area.
Pat played piano in and was the leader of a band called "Odds and Ends " in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. They played for 40 years in and aro und the area.


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Patricia married Clifford Reginald Hymers, son of Claud Hymers and Florence Hennings, on 11 Jul 1946 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada 2,64.,100 (Clifford Reginald Hymers was born on 1 May 1915 in Hodgeville, Saskatchewan, Canada,2,64 died on 11 Feb 1988 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada 2,4,64 and was buried in 1988 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada 4,26.)


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Patricia next married Ralph Scott Thistlethwaite, son of Andrew Thistlewaite and Emma, on 24 Aug 1994 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada 2,64.,100 (Ralph Scott Thistlethwaite was born on 21 Jan 1915 in Stewart Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada,2,4,64 died on 6 Mar 2010 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada 36 and was buried about 30 Mar 2010 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada 4,36.)




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