Person:William Barker (28)

Watchers
William James Barker
m. 1 Feb 1865
  1. Elizabeth Barker1866 - 1867
  2. Michael Thomas Barker1867 - 1877
  3. Margaret M. Barker1869 -
  4. John J. Barker1872 - 1938
  5. William James Barker1874 - 1938
  6. Henry Edward Barker1876 - 1925
  7. Alfred Barker1878 - 1879
  8. Rose Mary Theresa Barker1880 -
  9. Thomas Lewellan Barker1882 -
  10. Lila Patricia Barker1886 - 1929
m. 25 Jun 1901
  1. Joan Barker
  2. Joseph Mark Barker1904 - 1904
Facts and Events
Name William James Barker
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] 5 Sep 1874 Mara, Ontario, Ontario, Canada
Marriage 25 Jun 1901 Orillia, Simcoe, Ontario, CanadaChurch of the Guardian Angels
to Mary J. McConnell
Occupation? 1938 Winnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaDirector Barker's Funeral Home
Death[4] 13 Oct 1938 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Burial[5] 17 Oct 1938 St. Mary's Cemetery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Reference Number? 5396
References
  1. Church marriage record.

    Stated age was 26 at marriage on June 25th, 1901.

  2. Census Records
    1901 Natl census, Ontario North(97), Mara twp.(h-6), p. 11.

    QUAY 3 #18, Barker, William, son, single, born Ont. 5 Sept. 1874, age 26

  3. Church baptism record
    Church of the Guardian Angels, Orillia, Ont.; LDS film # 1305890, item # 1, p. 60.

    QUAY 3 "Will James Barker, born Mara ____, baptized 13th Sept '74; son of Joseph Barker, born Canada and Maggie McGrath, born Canada...by K. A. Campbell"

  4. obituary
    The Orillia Packet and Times; 27 Oct. 1938.

    QUAY 3 "William James Barker, who left Brechin, Ontario, in 1914 for Winnipeg, where he has resided since, passed away suddenly at his home, 124 Donald St.,, from a heart attack on Thursday evening, Octobe r 13, in his 65th year. Mr. Barker was director of Barker's funeral home and was well known in business and in Roman Catholic circles. He was a member of St. Mary's cathedral parish, and took an act ive part in the Knights of Columbus.
    Requiem high mass was sung in St. Mary's cathedral on Monday, October 17, at 10, and internment took place in St. Mary's cemetery.
    Mr. Barker is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Victor Malone and Miss Joan Barker, both of Winnipeg. Mrs. Barker died some years ago"

  5. obituary.