|Naomi Grace Lewers
Another name for Naomi was Omee Lewers.183
Noted events in her life were:
• 1906 Census of Canada (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta), 27 Jun 1906, Souris, , Manitoba, Canada. 1308 Manitoba, Brandod District, Souris, p. 9, lines 20-23, household 59;
• 1911 Census of Canada: 1236 10th Ave, Jun 1911, Vancouver, , British Columbia, Canada. 1304 British Columbia, Vancouver, p. 11, lines 22-25, household 112;
• Travel, 12 Sep 1924, Liverpool, , Lancashire, England. 1311 She travelled with husband George to visit George Cradock & Co. Ltd.in Wakefield.
• Border Crossing: from Canada, 19 Aug 1931, Eastport, Boundary, Idaho, United States. 1312 The card shows George and Naomi accompanied by two children - (name not readable), age 15, and Marguerite, age 17.
• Cemetery: St. Marks Anglican Cemetery, 41 Byron St, 1961, Niagara-on-the-Lake, , Ontario, Canada. 1302
Naomi married George Salem Pettypiece, son of George Pettypiece and Jane Pettypiece, on 17 Oct 1902 in , Cameron, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada 1.,1301 (George Salem Pettypiece was born in 1875 in , , Ontario, Canada,854 died in 1956 in Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada 1302,1303 and was buried in Niagara-on-the-Lake, , Ontario, Canada 1302.)
Dexter Lewers, the engineer, and a brother-in-law of David Leckie, brought his widowed mother, three sisters, Omee, Renie and Eva, and his young brother Russell, to reside in the Joe Young house. Renie subsequently married Harry Cowan and went to live on his Swaffham farm. Omee became the wife of George Pettypiece who owned the Hartney Hardware before moving west to Vancouver, Eva married Percy Howard, the operator, in 1903, of the Farmer's elevator. Omee was an accomplished pianist and gave piano lessons.