Mary Etta and Gilman Greenlaw
Mary Etta Hartt Greenlaw -- 1906
G. K. Greenlaw Dominion Express Company
Mary Etta was born on April 20, 1860, in Fredericton Junction, New Brunswick, to Aaron Hartt and his wife, Margaret (Mary) Jane Alexander Hartt.
Mary Etta married Gilman King Greenlaw on September 4, 1889. Gilman was born in 1859. Gilman King Greenlaw, later, became mayor of St. Andrew’s, New Brunswick.
In addition to being a wife and mother, Mary was also a schoolteacher and, along with her husband, they owned the G. K. Greenlaw Dominion Express Company in St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada. She was well respected and loved during her short life, dying from a very painful illness at their home at Williams and Montague in St. Andrews.
Mary Etta died on December 5, 1913. Gilman King Greenlaw died in 1931. Both are buried in the St. Andrews Rural Cemetery in New Brunswick (Section A-1, Row 6).
Children born to Gilman King Greenlaw and Mary Etta Hartt:
|Maud Alice||Born||July 25, 1892||Buried in the St. Andrews Rural Cemetery in New Brunswick (Section A-1, row 6).|
|Harold Eugene||Born||April 1, 1894||Killed by a young hunter at Chamcook, New Brunswick.|
|Died||October 8, 1963|
|William Dell||Born||March 13, 1896||Single; worked at Experimental Farm at Lacombe, Alberta; buried St. Andrews R.C.|
|Died||January 28, 1973|
|Muriel||Born||March 16, 1898||Infant; buried at St. Andrews Rural Cemetery in New Brunswick.|
|Rupert King||Born||May 20, 1900||Married Mary Helena "Minnie" Lawlor on October 6, 1924.|
|Died||September 17, 1969|
|Mary Elaine||Born||October 4, 1902||Entered Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception in 1921.|
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