Person:George Dark (3)

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George Thomas Dark
m. 14 Jan 1879
  1. Mary Eleanor Dark1889 - 1934
  2. George Thomas Dark1891 - 1949
  3. Annie Elizabeth Dark1891 - 1941
m. 18 Jan 1917
  1. William Locke Dark1918 - 1986
m. 8 Dec 1938
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Name George Thomas Dark
Gender Male
Birth[1] 19 Aug 1891 Grey, Huron, Ontario, Canada
Marriage 18 Jan 1917 Iroquois, Dundas, Ontario, Canadato Nellie Dell Locke
Marriage 8 Dec 1938 Calgary, Alberta, Canadato Alberta Lorraine Butcher
Death[2][3] 13 Dec 1949 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Burial? cremated
References
  1. Births, in Ontario Vital Statistics
    1891 #018931 Huron, Grey twp, 1 Oct 1891.

    George Thomas Dark, born 19-Aug-1891;
    son of William Dark (stone mason) and Margaret Ann Carter.
    Informant: William Dark, Grey twp.

  2. Death index, in Alberta Vital Statistics
    1949 #007283 Edmonton.

    Page27 Thomas George Dark, died 13-Dec-1949 Edmonton

  3. Obituary - T.G. Dark, in Edmonton Journal
    Page 29, 14 Dec 1949.

    Thomas George Dark, 58, of 10207 121 St., Edmonton optometrist and well known curler here for many years, died in city hospital Tuesday.
    A native of Brussels, Ont., Mr. Dark moved to Saskatchewan at an early age and began training as a pharmacist, graduating from the University of Saskatchewan prior to the First Great War. Mr. Dark apprenticed for a short time with a drug firm in Battleford, and later established his own pharmacy at Biggar, Sask. where he began his training in optometry.
    In 1919 Mr. Dark moved to Edmonton where he pioneered the firm of Dark, Carter and Francis.
    Mr. Dark was well known in Edmonton curling circles. As a member of the Royal Curling Club for nearly 20 years, he figured prominently in the provincial and city bonspiels.
    He is a former member of the Mayfair Golf Club and the Edmonton Golf and Country Club, and was associated for many years with the Edmonton Masonic Lodge, the Shrine Club and the Al Azhar Temple.
    Rev. Angus MacQueen will officiate at funeral services Thursday 3:30 p.m. at Howard and McBride's chapel. Surviving are his widow and one son, William, both of Edmonton.