Person:Fannie Dark (1)

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Fannie Ellen Dark
m. abt 1847
  1. Rebecca Dark1848 - 1937
  2. Mary Dark1849 - 1939
  3. George Henry Dark1851 - 1942
  4. William Thomas Dark1854 - 1937
  5. John Dark1856 - 1945
  6. James Dark1858 - 1949
  7. Robert Dark1860 - 1938
  8. Fannie Ellen Dark1862 - 1946
  9. Clara Ann Dark1864 - 1945
  10. Benjamin Dark1867 - 1934
  • HCharles Fox1864 - 1940
  • WFannie Ellen Dark1862 - 1946
m. 23 Mar 1887
Facts and Events
Name Fannie Ellen Dark
Gender Female
Birth[1] 14 Jun 1862 Grey, Huron, Ontario, Canada
Marriage 23 Mar 1887 Grey, Huron, Ontario, Canadato Charles Fox
Other abt 1913 Adoptive child?: Clifford Fox (3) 
with Charles Fox
Death[2][3][4][5][6][7] 30 Dec 1946 St. Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
Burial[2][3][5][6][7] Riding Mountain, Manitoba, CanadaRiding Mountain Cemetery
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References
  1. Brussels Post
    Dark Family - Christmas 1924 Page 1, 14 Jan 1925.

    Fannie, born June 14 1862

  2. 2.0 2.1 Memorial 191504582, in Find A Grave.

    Fannie Ellen Dark Fox
    Birth: 14 Jun 1862
    Death: 30 Dec 1946 Saint-Boniface, Manitoba
    Burial: Riding Mountain Cemetery
    Inscription: In loving memory Fannie E. Fox 1862-1942

  3. 3.0 3.1 White's Funeral Home, Neepawa.

    Fannie Fox; Died 30-Dec-1946 age 84; lived in Charleswood, died in St.Boniface

  4. Deaths, in Manitoba Vital Statistics Online Database
    1946 #007354 St. Boniface.

    Fannie Fox died 30/12/1946 in St. B; age 84.

  5. 5.0 5.1 Riding Mountain Cemetery, in R.M. Rosedale town hall.

    Lot 45 - Plots 1&2
    Fanny E. Fox died 29-Dec-1942
    Charles C. Fox died 28-Nov-1940

  6. 6.0 6.1 Obituary - Mrs. Fanny E. Fox, in Neepawa Press
    9 Jan 1947.

    Mrs. Fanny E. Fox, widow of Charles Fox, passed away in St. Boniface Home for the Aged on Sunday, December 29th at the age of eighty-four years. She was born at Brussels, Ont., where she was married to Charles Fox in 1887. Coming west with her husband the same year. Mrs. Fox has resided at Riding Mountain since 1906.
    She was a member of the Methodist church later of the United and was always an active member of the Women's Associations, being an honorary member at the time of her death. Her husband predeceased her in 1940. She is survived by one son, Clifford, of Kelwood and one brother James Dark, of Neepawa.
    Funeral service was held in Riding Mountain Church Friday, Jan. 3rd at 2 o'clock. H. Gibson officiated. Pallbearers were W. Seward, Yans Peterson, J. McLaughlin, P. Howard, A. Buchanan and H. Morley. Interment was made in Riding Mountain cemetery.

  7. 7.0 7.1 Obituary - Mrs. Charles Fox, in Winnipeg Free Press
    8 Jan 1947.

    Riding Mountain, Man.
    The funeral service for Mrs. Fanny Fox, 84, who died Dec. 29 in the St. Boniface Home for the Aged was held Jan. 3 at 2 p.m., in the Riding Mountain United Churdh, with H. Gibson officiating. Burial was made in the Riding Mountain cemetery. Pallbearers were W. Seward, Jans Peterson, J. McLaughlin, P. Howard, A. Buchanan and H. Morley. Born in Brussels, Ont., Mrs. Fox was married to Charles Fox in 1887, coming west with her husband in the same year. She had been a resident of Riding Mountain since 1905. She was an active member of the United church, and at the time of time of her death was an honorary member of the Women's Association. Her husband died in 1940, and Ms. Fox is survived by one son, Clifford of Kelwood, Man., and one brother James Dark, of Neepawa, Man.