Gilman Greenlaw was born 1870, to Moses and Charlotte Greenlaw in Waweig, NB. He married Mary Etta Hartt and had six children: They owned G.K. Greenlaw Dominion Express County at St. Andrews, NB. When Mary Etta died in 1913, , Maud (the oldest child), had not started a career yet and stayed home for years to care for the younger siblings so as to help out her father, Gilman. About the time the children were old enough to be on their own, Gilman got gangrene caused by a hang nail and the dye from his socks infected the foot. Eventually his whole leg had to be amputated. Maud stayed there to take care of her father (who was also a diabetic) until he died Feb 24, 1931. . By that time she was past the marrying age. She got a degree from the U. of N.B. and worked in a bank. Both Mary Etta and Gilman are buried in Rural Cemetery at St. Andrews, NB. Children of Mary Etta Hartt and Gilman Greelaw are: Maud 1892-1970, Harold 1894-1963, William Dell 1896-1973, Muriel 1898-1900, Rupert King 1900-1969, Mary 1902-1975.
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Saint Andrews, Charlotte County
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