Person:Clementine Dark (1)

Clementine Pearl Dark
m. 5 Oct 1887
  1. Robert George Dark1889 - 1963
  2. Mary Isabella Dark1890 - 1927
  3. Clementine Pearl Dark1893 - 1936
m. Abt 1927
  1. Clarence Robert MacLachlan1928 - 1985
  2. Gordon Davie MacLachlan1929 - 2000
Facts and Events
Name Clementine Pearl Dark
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 9 Jul 1893 Tuckersmith, Huron, Ontario, Canada
Marriage Abt 1927 to John Davie MacLachlan
Death[1][2][3][4][5] 8 May 1936 Eskbank, Saskatchewan, Canada
Burial[3][4][5] Eyebrow, Saskatchewan, CanadaEyebrow Cemetery
  1. 1.0 1.1 RAGK: Grace Dark
    letter, Mar 1997.

    Clementine Pearl (Dark) MacLachlan
    Born 09-Jul-1893 in Tuckersmith, Huron, Ontario, Canada
    Died 08-May-1936 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada

  2. 2.0 2.1 Dark-348, in

    Clementine Pearl (Dark) MacLachlan
    Born 9 Jul 1893 in Tuckersmith, Huron, Ontario, Canada
    Died 8 May 1936 in Eskbank, Saskatchewan, Canada

  3. 3.0 3.1 Memorial 206845876, in Find A Grave.

    Clementine Pearl Dark MacLachlan
    Birth: 1893
    Death: 1936
    Burial: Eyebrow Cemetery; Eyebrow, Saskatchewan, Canada
    Plot: Block 2 Lot 5 Plot 2

  4. 4.0 4.1 Eyebrow Cemetery office records.

    Clementine Pearl MacLachlan (nee Dark)
    1893 - 8-May-1936
    Block 2 Lot 5 Plot 2

  5. 5.0 5.1 Obituary - Clementine Pearl MacLaughlin, in Regina Leader-Post
    Page 13, 13 May 1936.

    Mrs. C. MacLachlan Dies at Eskbank
    Eskbank, Sask., May 13. - The death of Mrs. Clementine Pearl MacLachlan occurred Friday at the farm home near Eskbank, Death was due to heart failure aggravated by a severe attack of whooping cough from which the deceased was just recovering.
    Deceased was born in Ontario. After graduating from a business college, she came west and occupied several office positions. In 1924 she married J.D. MacLachlan and has been an active of the Eskbank community ever since. She held the position of school trustee for three years and was in her fourth year as secretary-treasurer of the Eskbank S.D. She was also an active church and Sunday school worker and was a member of the Eyebrow lodge of the Eastern Star.
    She is survived by her husband, her parents living in Brussels, Ont., one brother, George Darke, of White Fox, Sask., and six children. Marjorie, residing with relatives in Kyle, Sask., and Harold, Norine, Clare, Gordon and Donald, all at home.
    She was predeceased in 1927 by her only sister Isabel Phillips, formerly of Briercrest and Rouleau.
    Funeral services were held in the Eskbank public school, and interment made in Eyebrow cemetery.