|Mary Etta (nee Hartt) Greenlaw was born on April 20, 1866 at Fredericton Junction, N.B., the daughter of Aaron Hartt and Mary Jane Alexander and died December 5, 1913. Mary is the wife of St. Andrew’s mayor, Gilman King Greenlaw, whom she married on September 4, 1889. In addition to her husband, she leaves behind several children: Maud H., Harold Eugene, William Dell, Rupert King, and Mary Elaine, and was preceded in death by her daughter, Muriel.
Mary is the sister of Emmeline, the late Annie Jane, Phebe Lavinia, the late Angeline, William Dell, the late Johnny, Thomas Aaron, and Dr. Samuel Whitfield. 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.|