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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)

Stuart Earl McBurney
(1923-2018)

 

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Hazel Georgina Timmons

Stuart Earl McBurney 2,60

  • Born: 2 Sep 1923, Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada 2,60
  • Marriage: Hazel Georgina Timmons on 15 Nov 1945 in Glenbain, Saskatchewan, Canada 2,60
  • Died: 16 Mar 2018, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada at age 94 94

bullet   Cause of his death was Kidney failure, pneumonia.

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bullet  General Notes:

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Residence: Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1977. 29,30



Family History: Simmie Saga Simmie, Saskatchewan, Canada, Sep 1981. 95 S. MCBURNEY
by Hazel McBurney
Stuart started farming on his own in 1948. In 1945 he married Hazel Ti mmons. They have three daughters.
Sheila married Steven Elnes. They live in Parksville, B.C. Steve is wi th an Insurance Agency and Sheila works in the Toronto Dominion Bank.
Jacqueline married Grant Magnuson. They have two girls - Lee Anne an d Terri Lynn. Grant works in the Royal Bank in Shaunavon.
Candace works at Saskatoon Graphics, Saskatoon, in the Art Department.
In our farming operation, we had hired help that lived in the small ho use in our yard. Our first couple was Pat and Madeline Spetz who now l ive in Admiral. Gloria and Gerald Wright was the next couple to work f or us. They are from the Webb district. Jack and Joan Stober came fo r a year or so. They came from north of Antelope. The last couple we h ad was continuously in trouble with the law and left in a hurry, leavi ng debts in the district.
Our girls went to Admiral School by bus. Sheila and Jacqueline took al l their schooling there, but in 1975 we moved to Swift Current and Can dy finished her schooling at the Comprehensive High School.
During the farming years we bought and fed cattle, then sold the finis hed animal. At one time, we were feeding two hundred head. Stuart als o had a successful trucking business in which he hauled grain to ranch ers and feed lots Farming was made so much easier when the power was p ut in in 1953. In 1980 we rented the farm to Terry, Dick and Dan Braun . We now reside in Swift Current.
S. MCBURNEY
by Hazel McBurney
Stuart started farming on his own in 1948. In 1945 he married Hazel Ti mmons. They have three daughters.
Sheila married Steven Elnes. They live in Parksville, B.C. Steve is wi th an Insurance Agency and Sheila works in the Toronto Dominion Bank.
Jacqueline married Grant Magnuson. They have two girls - Lee Anne an d Terri Lynn. Grant works in the Royal Bank in Shaunavon.
Candace works at Saskatoon Graphics, Saskatoon, in the Art Department.
In our farming operation, we had hired help that lived in the small ho use in our yard. Our first couple was Pat and Madeline Spetz who now l ive in Admiral. Gloria and Gerald Wright was the next couple to work f or us. They are from the Webb district. Jack and Joan Stober came fo r a year or so. They came from north of Antelope. The last couple we h ad was continuously in trouble with the law and left in a hurry, leavi ng debts in the district.
Our girls went to Admiral School by bus. Sheila and Jacqueline took al l their schooling there, but in 1975 we moved to Swift Current and Can dy finished her schooling at the Comprehensive High School.
During the farming years we bought and fed cattle, then sold the finis hed animal. At one time, we were feeding two hundred head. Stuart als o had a successful trucking business in which he hauled grain to ranch ers and feed lots Farming was made so much easier when the power was p ut in in 1953. In 1980 we rented the farm to Terry, Dick and Dan Braun . We now reside in Swift Current.



Border Crossing: Loring, Phillips, Montana, USA, 24 Jul 1945. 96 Planned to visit in Malta, Montana for 3 days.
Planned to visit in Malta, Montana for 3 days.

Canadian Voter List: Simmie, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1953. 7

Obituary: Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada, Mar 2018. 34 Stuart Earl McBurney passed away peacefully on March 16, 2018 at the C ypress Regional Hospital at the age of 94. He is survived by Daughte r Jackie (Grant) Magnuson of Swift Current, SK; Daughter Candace Lourd es (Mick Coulas) of Venice, Florida; Granddaughter Lee Sparks (Kevin C ampbell) of Swift Current, SK; Granddaughter Terri (Jarrod) Schous o f Regina, SK; Great Grandchildren Alex, Misty, Kyle, Kaylynn, Clark, B rady and Ryan; Sister Pat Hymers of Swift Current, SK; Brother-in-La w Mervyn Timmons of Swift Current, SK; and numerous nieces and nephews . He was pre-deceased by his wife Hazel (nee Timmons) in 2010; daughte r Sheila McBurney in 2004; his parents John and Annie McBurney, sister s llene, Ruth, Dora, Mary and brother Lloyd and by several sister an d brother in laws. Stuart was born on September 2,1923 in Gull Lake, S K. He was raised on the family farm 10 miles south of Simmie, SK. He m arried Hazel Georgina Timmons of Glen Bain, SK on November 15, 1945 an d they took over the farm when his parents retired to B.C. Three girl s were born to them and raised on this farm; Sheila in 1953, Jackie i n 1957 and Candace in 1960. They farmed until the early 80 s when the y retired to Swift Current, SK. Stuart had several jobs in Swift Curre nt but found his passion in woodworking where he spent many hours crea ting and crafting treasures in oak. His talent with detail and craftsm anship were superb leaving many with timeless keepsakes that will be e njoyed forever. Stuart was a man of high integrity and had a firm beli ef in right and wrong. He guided his family quietly and gently with ve ry little thought for himself and the sacrifices he made will remain e mbedded in the hearts of those who loved him. His strong work ethic mi xed with his joyous sense of humor will be missed by all. The family w ould like to acknowledge Riverview Village Estates for the care and at tention he received during his stay there. Also the Cypress House staf f for the welcoming, care and love you showed him during his short sta y there. To Dr. Deklirk and the staff at the Cypress Regional Hospital , our heartfelt appreciation for all you did to make the last leg of h is journey peaceful. A private graveside memorial service will be hel d at a later date. Donations may be made to the charity of your choice .
Stuart Earl McBurney passed away peacefully on March 16, 2018 at the C ypress Regional Hospital at the age of 94. He is survived by Daughte r Jackie (Grant) Magnuson of Swift Current, SK; Daughter Candace Lourd es (Mick Coulas) of Venice, Florida; Granddaughter Lee Sparks (Kevin C ampbell) of Swift Current, SK; Granddaughter Terri (Jarrod) Schous o f Regina, SK; Great Grandchildren Alex, Misty, Kyle, Kaylynn, Clark, B rady and Ryan; Sister Pat Hymers of Swift Current, SK; Brother-in-La w Mervyn Timmons of Swift Current, SK; and numerous nieces and nephews . He was pre-deceased by his wife Hazel (nee Timmons) in 2010; daughte r Sheila McBurney in 2004; his parents John and Annie McBurney, sister s llene, Ruth, Dora, Mary and brother Lloyd and by several sister an d brother in laws. Stuart was born on September 2,1923 in Gull Lake, S K. He was raised on the family farm 10 miles south of Simmie, SK. He m arried Hazel Georgina Timmons of Glen Bain, SK on November 15, 1945 an d they took over the farm when his parents retired to B.C. Three girl s were born to them and raised on this farm; Sheila in 1953, Jackie i n 1957 and Candace in 1960. They farmed until the early 80 s when the y retired to Swift Current, SK. Stuart had several jobs in Swift Curre nt but found his passion in woodworking where he spent many hours crea ting and crafting treasures in oak. His talent with detail and craftsm anship were superb leaving many with timeless keepsakes that will be e njoyed forever. Stuart was a man of high integrity and had a firm beli ef in right and wrong. He guided his family quietly and gently with ve ry little thought for himself and the sacrifices he made will remain e mbedded in the hearts of those who loved him. His strong work ethic mi xed with his joyous sense of humor will be missed by all. The family w ould like to acknowledge Riverview Village Estates for the care and at tention he received during his stay there. Also the Cypress House staf f for the welcoming, care and love you showed him during his short sta y there. To Dr. Deklirk and the staff at the Cypress Regional Hospital , our heartfelt appreciation for all you did to make the last leg of h is journey peaceful. A private graveside memorial service will be hel d at a later date. Donations may be made to the charity of your choice .

Residence: Simmie, Saskatchewan, Canada, Jul 1945. 96 Living with his father John Albert McBurney.
Living with his father John Albert McBurney.


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Stuart married Hazel Georgina Timmons, daughter of Richard James Timmons and Edith May Service, on 15 Nov 1945 in Glenbain, Saskatchewan, Canada 2.,60 (Hazel Georgina Timmons was born on 14 Dec 1919 in Glenbain, Saskatchewan, Canada,2,60 died on 6 Jul 2010 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada 97 and was buried on 14 Jul 2010 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada 97.)




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