ADONIRAM JUDSON WESTBERRY, CSA



(MOSES2, MOSES1) was born February 21, 1832 in Liberty Co, Georgia, and died February 10, 1927 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada. He married PHYLINDA OSTRANDER August 04, 1867 in Lodi, Columbia Co, Wisconsin. She was born September 05, 1839 in Jefferson Co, New York, and died April 11, 1910 in Worthing, Lincoln Co, South Dakota.
Notes for ADONIRAM JUDSON WESTBERRY, CSA:
1860 Census, Valdosta, Lowndes County, Georgia, June 21.
Adonirum J. Westberry, 32, Hotel Keeper; Rachel A., 32; Mary E., 2. (HH 21)
1880 Census, Town of West Point, Columbia, Wisconsin, June 1.
Westbury, Adoniram, 48, Farmer, Born in Georgia; Philinda, 40, Wife, Keeping House, Born in New York; Montrose, 12, Son; Herman, 9, Son; Herbert, 6, Son; Ella, 1, Dau.
Westberry, Adoniram J. -- Private - June 14, 1861. Appointed Corporal. Took oath of allegiance to U. S. Government at Provost Marshal's Office at Washington, D. C. and furnished transportation to Burlington, Illinois March 29, 1865.
The circumstances are not too clear on what happened to Ajuniah. I have read so many things through the years on why he left the South.
They all conflict. But he did NOT contact his family in Georgia, as can be gathered through information in his later years while in Canada.
He fought, was captured and had his reasons for doing what he did.
U. S. Civil War Veteran Dies Aged 95 Years.
SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. February 13, 1927
Adoniram Judson Westbury, 95 years of age, a confederate veteran of the United States civil war died at the home of his son, Herbert, at Beverley, eight miles west of Swift Current Thursday night and was buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Swift Current, Saturday afternoon.
Deceased was born in Georgia and joined the Southern forces when the civil war broke out.
He came to Canada eleven years ago and has made his home with his son since.
He leaves two sons - Herbert at Beverley, William at Morris, Minnesota, and one daughter, Mrs. M. E. Nugent in Portland, Oregon.

Children of ADONIRAM WESTBERRY and PHYLINDA OSTRANDER are:
i. MONTROSE WESTBERRY, b. April 07, 1868, Columbia Co, Wisconsin; d. September 19, 1918, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Notes for MONTROSE WESTBERRY:
Taken from the Yellow Lake and District History book , Treasured Memories.
Montrose Westbury was born April 7,1879 (1868) to Adoniram and Philinda Westbury at Lodi, Wisconsin U.S.A., where he attended school. He was interested in education and used every opportunity to learn bookkeeping.
As a youth of 16, he moved to Worthing, South Dakota with his parents. He was employed as a bookkeeper with several stores and places of business. In 1906, he and his brother, Herbert went to Lemon, South Dakota, a frontier town, to homestead. His land was two miles from town and he walked in every day to work in a store.
In 1910 he suffered a serious illness when scarlet fever swept through the settlement, and two nieces and one nephew died with it. He recovered and decided to move to Canada. He and his father A. J. Westbury arrived in Beverley early in 1911. He found work with Ed Larkin, the Massy Harris agent. Later he bought the business which he owned until his death.
In 1911 he filed on his homestead, the SE1/4 14-15-15 and proved it up in 1914. He also operated a small barber shop in Beverley, built on the side of the feed barn.
He enjoyed hunting, fishing and playing the violin. He never married. On October 19, 1918, he had a stroke and died. He is buried beside his father in Swift Current.
Patentee: MONTROSE WESTBURY
Survey

State: NORTH DAKOTA
Acres: 160
Metes/Bounds: No

Title Transfer

Issue Date: 8/6/1908
Land Office: Dickinson
Cancelled: No
U.S. Reservations: Yes
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)
ii. HERMAN WESTBERRY, b. May 19, 1871, Columbia Co, Wisconsin; d. December 25, 1920, Lincoln Co, South Dakota.
2. iii. HERBERT HENRY WESTBURY, b. November 15, 1873, Lodi, Wisconsin; d. April 28, 1948, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada.
iv. ELLA MAE WESTBERRY, b. June 03, 1879, Columbia Co, Wisconsin; m. ARDEE MILLAGE.
3. v. DORA LUCINDA WESTBURY, b. March 02, 1882, Columbia Co, Wisconsin; d. October 31, 1968, Portland, Oregon.
vi. WILBERT MYRON WESTBERRY, b. February 12, 1884, Wisconsin; d. June 20, 1960.
Generation No. 2
2. HERBERT HENRY WESTBURY (ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born November 15, 1873 in Lodi, Wisconsin, and died April 28, 1948 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada. He married HELENA PEDERSON October 20, 1896 in Canton, South Dakota, daughter of JOHN PEDERSON and INGABOR. She was born November 20, 1878 in Centerville, South Dakota, and died May 08, 1965 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Notes for HERBERT HENRY WESTBURY:
Obituary of Herbert Westbury
Herbert Westbury, a well known farmer of the Beverly district, passed away on Tuesday afternoon at the Swift Current Hospital. Mr. Westbury has lived in Beverly for a number of years and has recently moved to Swift Current. The service was conducted by Rev. J. C. Schissler at Warren's Funeral Home. Mr. Westbury is survived by his wife and three sons, Bob, Roy and Cliff.
Burial: Mount Pleasent Burial Park, Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
Naturalization: February 12, 1944, Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
Patentee: HERBERT H WESTBURY
Survey

State: NORTH DAKOTA
Acres: 160
Metes/Bounds: No

Title Transfer

Issue Date: 8/6/1908
Land Office: Dickinson
Cancelled: No
U.S. Reservations: Yes
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)
Notes for HELENA PEDERSON:
Mrs. Helena Westbury, Swift Current, Sask., passed away at Swift Current Union Hospital, May 8, 1965, at the age of 86 years. Funeral services were held from the Chapel of Warren's funeral Home, Tuesday, May 11, at 2 p.m. with Mr. Jack Ross officiating. Warren's Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Pallbearers were William Marsh, Jack Renoff, Joe Swansey, Collin Campbell, Arthur Williams and Edward Thick. Interment was in Mount Pleasent Burial Park, Swift Current, Sask.
She is survived by four sons, Howard, city, William, Portland, Oregon, Roy, Zealandia, Sask., and Clifford, Shellbrook, Sask., 17 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, two sisters and two brothers. She was predeceased by her husband Herbert, in 1948, two daughters in infancy, two sons, Robert in 1960 and Ernest in boyhood, and two sisters.
Mrs. Westbury was born at Centreville, South Dakota, U.S.A., November 20, 1878, immigrating to Canada in 1916, to settle in the Beverly district. She came to Swift Current from Beverly in 1947. She was a former member of the Beverly Homemakers Association.

Children of HERBERT WESTBURY and HELENA PEDERSON are:
i. HELEN WESTBERRY, d. 1910.
Notes for HELEN WESTBERRY: Died of Scarlet fever.
ii. HAZEL WESTBERRY, d. 1910.
Notes for HAZEL WESTBERRY: Died of Scarlet fever.
iii. ERNEST WESTBERRY, d. 1910.
Notes for ERNEST WESTBERRY: Died of Scarlet fever.
4. iv. HOWARD JUDSON WESTBURY, CASC, b. August 21, 1898, Worthing, South Dakota; d. April 13, 1968, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada.
5. v. WILLIAM JOHN WESTBURY, b. May 13, 1900, Worthing, South Dakota; d. January 08, 1966, Portland, Oregon.
6. vi. ROBERT WESTBURY, b. July 01, 1911, Jackson, Minnesota; d. May 05, 1960, Portland, Oregon.
7. vii. ROY WESTBURY, b. May 19, 1914, Jackson, Minnesota; d. August 07, 1988, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
8. viii. CLIFFORD EARNEST WESTBURY, b. March 12, 1919, Beverley, Saskatchewan, Canada; d. July 01, 1974, Penticton, British Columbia.
3. DORA LUCINDA WESTBURY (ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born March 02, 1882 in Columbia Co, Wisconsin, and died October 31, 1968 in Portland, Oregon. She married MAURICE EVERETT NUGENT September 14, 1900 in Canton, South Dakota, son of JOHN NUGENT and BRIDGET WELSH. He was born January 09, 1871 in Dekalb, Illinois, and died August 03, 1932 in Vancouver, Washington.

Children of DORA WESTBURY and MAURICE NUGENT are:
9. i. AGNES MARY NUGENT, b. December 11, 1901, Worthing, South Dakota; d. April 30, 1981, Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada.
10. ii. CLAUDE EVERETT NUGENT, b. June 14, 1903, Worthing, South Dakota; d. February 16, 1977, Portland, Oregon.
iii. FERN ELLA NUGENT, b. March 08, 1905, Worthing, South Dakota; d. April 07, 1988, Rosetown, Saskatchewan, Canada; m. WILLIAM EDWARD WEST, April 08, 1947, British Columbia; b. January 22, 1914, Saskatchewan, Canada.
11. iv. ARTHUR MAURICE NUGENT, b. January 12, 1907.
12. v. CLEO BELLE NUGENT, b. October 15, 1908.
vi. DOROTHY LUCILLE NUGENT, b. June 24, 1910, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada; d. July 27, 1962, Portland, Oregon; m. (1) EARL BROWN, December 05, 1929, Vancouver, Washington; m. (2) EVERT ADAMS, 1947.
vii. BEULAH LOUISE NUGENT, b. May 15, 1913, Beverley, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Generation No. 3
4. HOWARD JUDSON WESTBURY, CASC (HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born August 21, 1898 in Worthing, South Dakota, and died April 13, 1968 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada. He married AGNES STRUTHERS JAMIESON July 14, 1923. She was born January 01, 1901 in Odanah, Manitoba, and died December 31, 1984 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Notes for HOWARD JUDSON WESTBURY, CASC:
Howard Judson Westbury, age 69, passed away after a short illness at the Swift Current Union Hospital on April 13, 1968. He resided at 144 Central Ave. S. in the city. Funeral services were held on Monday April 15, 1968 from the Chapel of Warren's Funeral Home with Rev. James Murdock conducting the service.
Pallbearers were Emil Doucette, M. C. Smith, William Allan, Norman Allan, Collin Campbell, and William Ford. Interment followed at Mount Pleasant Burial Park, Swift Current.
Mr. Westbury is survived by his wife, Agnes, four sons, Allan, Bud and Arthur of Calgary and Bill of Edmonton. Ten grandchildren and two brothers. He was predeceased by his parents, two sisters and three brothers.
Mr. Westbury was born at Worthing, South Dakota on August 12,1898, and came to Canada in 1916 to settle at Beverly. In 1927 he moved to the Neville district to farm. He served overseas with the Canadian Army from 1940 to1945 in the Canadian Army Service Corps. He has been a Member of the Swift Current Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion.
Notes for AGNES STRUTHERS JAMIESON:
Mrs. Agnes Struthers Westbury, age 83 years of Valley View Lodge, Calgary & formerly of Swift Current, Sask., passed away Monday, December 31, 1984 at Calgary General Hospital, Calgary, Alta. Funeral services were held 2:00pm Friday, January 4, 1985 from St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Swift Current with Rev. Glenn Noble officiating. Interment was held at Mount Pleasent Burial Park Cemetery. Warren's Funeral Home were in charge of the arrangements.
Pallbearers were Mr. Gordon Hartley, Mr. Jim Cross, Mr. Gordon Oman. Mr. Henry Dyck, Mr. Norman Hiebert, Mr. John Westbury. Organist was Mrs. Gertrude Beck.
The deceased is survived by 3 sons: Allan Westbury, Calgary, Alta., Earl [Bud] Westbury, Calgary, Alta., Art Westbury, Calgary, Alta., her step-mother: Mrs. Alice Jamieson, Lindsay, Ont., 10 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren, a half brother: Jim Jamieson, Lindsay, Ont., a half sister: Annie Cole, Lindsay, Ont. Predeceased by her husband : Howard Judson Westbury in 1968, a son: William Westbury in 1969, 4 sisters, one brother and one half brother.
The deceased was born at Odanah, Manitoba, January 1, 1901. She came west with her parents in1906 to a homestead in the Neville, Sask. area. She was united in marriage to her late husband , Howard J. Westbury, July 14, 1923 and the couple resided on a farm in the Beverly area. Then moved to a farm in the Neville district in 1928 where they farmed until moving to this city in 1944. The late Mrs. Westbury was an active member of the St, Andrew's Church and the Ladies Groups of the church over the years. In her memory: Memorial Gifts to the Saskatchewan Heart Foundation or the Charity of the Donor's Choice would be appreciated by the family.

Children of HOWARD WESTBURY and AGNES JAMIESON are:
13. i. ALLAN JAMES WESTBURY, b. September 12, 1924, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada.
14. ii. EARL HUGH WESTBURY, b. June 23, 1926, Beverley, Saskatchewan, Canada.
15. iii. WILLIAM DONALD WESTBURY, b. February 20, 1928, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada; d. December 10, 1969, Edmonton, Alberta.
16. iv. ARTHUR HERBERT WESTBURY, b. September 08, 1929, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada.
5. WILLIAM JOHN WESTBURY (HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born May 13, 1900 in Worthing, South Dakota, and died January 08, 1966 in Portland, Oregon. He married DAISEY ADELINE MCCUTCHEON. She was born June 28, 1901, and died December 06, 1966 in Portland, Oregon.
Notes for WILLIAM JOHN WESTBURY: Williamette Cemetery
Notes for DAISEY ADELINE MCCUTCHEON: Williamette Cemetery

Children of WILLIAM WESTBURY and DAISEY MCCUTCHEON are:
i. EDNA WESTBURY, m. UNK ULRICH.
17. ii. SANDRA WESTBURY.
18. iii. PATRICIA WESTBURY, b. January 01, 1932.
6. ROBERT WESTBURY (HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born July 01, 1911 in Jackson, Minnesota, and died May 05, 1960 in Portland, Oregon. He married (1) DOROTHY UNKNOWN. He married (2) GRACE UNKNOWN.
Notes for ROBERT WESTBURY:
Robert Westbury, 49, formerly of the Beverly district, died at Portland, Oregon, May 5, 1960.
Mr. Westbury was born in Jackson Minnesota, in 1911. He came to Canada with his parents in 1916 and returned to live in the United States in 1937.
Mr. Westbury is predeceased by his father in1948, one brother Ernest, and two sisters, Helen and Hazel in 1910.
He is survived by his wife Grace, Roberta, Rodney, Jo Ann and Donna Hankins, his mother, Mrs. Lena Westbury, Glamis, and four brothers, Howard, Swift Current, William, Portland, Oregon; Roy and Cliff of Glamis.
Services were held May 9, at St. John's Funeral Home with the Rev. J. Arthur Stevenson officiating. Burial was in Bethany Presbyterian Cemetery.

Children of ROBERT WESTBURY and DOROTHY UNKNOWN are:
i. ROBERT WESTBURY.
ii. RODNEY WESTBURY.
iii. JO ANN WESTBURY.
7. ROY WESTBURY (HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born May 19, 1914 in Jackson, Minnesota, and died August 07, 1988 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He married LILA ANNIE CURRIE November 16, 1945 in Sovereign, Saskatchewan, daughter of JAMES CURRIE and MABEL WILSON. She was born March 03, 1919 in Glamis, Saskatchewan.
Notes for ROY WESTBURY:
Wedding -- Westbury - Currie
A pretty wedding was solemnized at the United Church manse, Sovereign, on Friday, November 16th, at 3 p.m., when Rev. Sealy united in marriage Lila A. Currie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Currie, of Crest, Sask., and Mr. Roy Westbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Westbury of Swift Current, Sask.
The bride looked lovely in a two piece dress of blue wool with black accessories and wearing a corsage of pink roses with a black felt hat sequin trimmed with a veil. She was attended by her sister, Miss Grace Currie, of Regina, who chose a dress of cocoa brown crepe and a corsage of pink roses. The groom was attended by the bride's cousin, Mr. Lindsay Nisbet, of Glamis.
Following the ceremony a supper for the bridal party was held at the home of the bride's brother, E. H. Currie. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Currie and Dale of Eyebrow.
For the wedding trip to Saskatoon the bride chose an American Beauty dressmaker suit with black hat and black accessories and a grey fur coat.
Taken from " Wee Bonnie View" - 1955
Roy Westbury came to Glamis in 1932 from Swift Current, Sask. In 1945 he was married to Lila Currie. He purchased the N.W. quarter of 12 - 28 - 13. They have three children, Ernest, Linda and Richard.
Westbury, the death of Mr. Roy Westbury of Wiseton, Saskatchewan, occurred at University Hospital, Saskatoon, on August 7, 1988, at the age of 74 years. Mr. Westbury was born at Jackson, Minnesota, on May 19, 1914. At a very young age, he moved with his parents to Beverly, Saskatchewan, and it was here that he received his education. In 1932, he then came to the Glamis district where he was employed with Bill Leith, returning in 1938 and remaining until joining the Royal Canadian Army in 1942. After his discharge, he married Lila Currie of Glamis in November of 1945. In 1949 they moved to the Padgate district, where they farmed for twelve years. In 1961, they moved to Zealandia, where he worked and farmed until 1973, when they moved to make their home in Wiseton. Mr. Westbury was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Rosetown Branch, Buckhorn Wildlife Association in Dinsmore. He enjoyed fishing, working with his "CB" radio, playing cards and being with his family and friends. He is survived by his wife, Lila, two daughters: Linda (Ken) Bahr of Milden and Elaine (Henry) Dyck of McMahon; three sons; Ernest (Connie) of Hosmer, B.C., Richard (Terry) of Wiseton, and John of Edmonton, and 10 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, five brothers and two sisters. Funeral services were held from the Wiseton United Church on Wednesday, August 10, 1988, at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. Bill Chapman officiating. Organist for the service was Mrs. Irene McConnell. A duet was sung by Cheryl Pearce and Diane Fullerton. Ushers in the church were Jack Uhrich, Jim MacDonald, Jim Hallahan and Glen Hallahan. Honorary Pallbearers were Art Martin, Ed Turner, Charlie Ritchie, Jack Clark, Len Yip, Jack Cunningham, Ross Bricker, Don Leith, Lindsay Nesbit, and Ken Orth. Members of the Royal Canadian Legion formed a Guard of Honor outside the church. Interment followed in the Holt Cemetery with the following acting as pallbearers: Earl Turner, Bob Martin, Glen Westbury, Wayne Westbury, and Jim Currie. Clements Rosetown Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
Burial: August 10, 1988, Holt Cemetery, Wiseton, Sask.
Naturalization: November 03, 1945, Canada.
Notes for LILA ANNIE CURRIE:
Shower for the Bride
A shower was held in the Glamis Hall on Nov. 21st in honor of Mrs. Roy Westbury [ nee Lila Currie ] , who was recently married. Mrs. R. S. Rose had charge of the guest register and 54 guests signed. The hall was tastefully decorated with pink and white streamers and white bells, the bride's table having yellow candles and the bride's cakes as decorations. As the bride entered the hall the wedding march was played by her cousin, Mrs. W. D. McDonald. She was accompanied to the seat of honor by her sister - in - law, Mrs. A. W. Currie, and two cousins, Mrs. T. E. Nisbet and Mrs. R.S. Nisbet. A contest was held under the direction of Mrs. I. M. Haugen, and Mrs. W. Orth gave a very humorous reading. A stunt was conducted by Mrs. H. Harbicht which caused much merriment. Mrs. G. B. Weiler made the presentation to the bride. Master Dale Currie and Malcolm Nisbet, dressed in brown snowsuits, drew the gifts to the bride on a sleigh. After opening the gifts she thanked those present in a few well chosen words. Lunch was served by those in charge, with Mrs. R.D. Nisbet and Mrs. T.E. Smith, aunts of the bride, doing the tea honors.
Taken from " Glamis 1967 "
I was born at our farm home one - quarter mile west of what is now Glamis on March 3, 1919. I don't remember the store or elevator being built but I can remember the first train that came through on the railroad. It must have scared me because I never like to stand on the station platform and watch the train come in.
I got my schooling at Glamis and worked at housework for our neighbors and at home until I was married.
I first met my future husband, Roy Westbury, when he came to work for William Leith. Roy was born at Jackson Minn., on May 19, 1914, and came to Canada in 1916 with his parents, Lena and Herbert Westbury, and three older brothers. They settled at Beverly, eight miles west of Swift Current. Roy came to Glamis in 1932, returning again in 1936. Then in 1938, he stayed until he joined the Army Signal Corps. in June of 1942. He was sent overseas in December and joined the First Canadian Division for the invasion of Sicily in June 1943.
Roy went through the Italian campaign, spending two years in Italy, and he learned to speak Italian. In the spring of 1945, he went by boat from Leghorn, Italy, to Marseilles, France, then up through France , Holland, Belgium and Germany and back to England. He returned to Canada in September 1945.
Roy received his discharge on Oct. 19, 1945, and we were married on Nov. 16 1945. We lived at Glamis until we moved to the Padgate district in the spring of 1949. We farmed the N.W. of 12 - 28 -13 - W3 and rented the S. W. of 24 - 28 - 13 - W3 for a few years. In 1961 we sold our farm and moved to Zealandia.
We have a family of five. Ernest Leroy was born Aug. 22, 1946: Linda Rose , born Aug. 2, 1948: Richard Arnold, born March 15, !952; Elaine Mae, born Jan. 26, 1956; John Alvin, born Nov. 19, 1957. We lost a set of identical twin boys born June 24, 1949.[ Lorne Edger and Lloyd Allen ]
Ernie worked on the Deifenbaker Damm for three summers and now works for the C. N. Railway. Linda graduated this year but returned to school to complete her grade twelve. Richard is in high school now and Elaine and Johnny go to school in Zealandia.
I worked for a year as a waitress in the Esso cafe in Zealandia and then went to work at the Zealandia telephone office as an operator. Roy still works at farming on a farm north of Zealandia.

Children of ROY WESTBURY and LILA CURRIE are:
19. i. ERNEST LEROY WESTBURY, b. August 22, 1946, Rosetown, Saskatchewan, Canada.
20. ii. LINDA ROSE WESTBURY, b. August 02, 1948, Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada.
iii. LLOYD ALLEN WESTBURY, b. June 24, 1949, Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada; d. June 28, 1949, Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada.
iv. LORNE EDGER WESTBURY, b. June 24, 1949, Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada; d. June 28, 1949, Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada.
21. v. RICHARD ARNOLD WESTBURY, b. March 15, 1952, Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada.
22. vi. ELAINE MAE WESTBURY, b. January 26, 1956, Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada.
vii. JOHN ALVIN WESTBURY, b. November 19, 1957, Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada.
8. CLIFFORD EARNEST WESTBURY (HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born March 12, 1919 in Beverley, Saskatchewan, Canada, and died July 01, 1974 in Penticton, British Columbia. He married LAURA GLADYS DYER December 02, 1947 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. She was born June 28, 1922 in Kelso, Saskatchewan, and died October 22, 1986 in Penticton, British Columbia.
Notes for CLIFFORD EARNEST WESTBURY:
December 17, 1959
C. E. Westbury Awarded Ten Year Elevator Master Merit Certificate
Mr. C. E. Westbury of the Federal Grain Ltd., at Glamis, Sask. has been awarded a Ten Year Elevator Master Merit Certificate. This award is granted by Grain Insurance and Guarantee Company in recognition of proficiency in the care grain elevator premises and to earn this, an elevator agent must have a perfect record for ten consecutive years.
Inspections of all plants insured by Grain Insurance and Guarantee Company are carried out by Affiliated Inspection Bureau Limited which has for the past twenty-five years majored in the inspection of grain elevators, flour and feed mill properties, etc. The Bureau's inspection services is acknowledged by all as being extremely thorough and exacting. Winning the award is therefore recognized as an outstanding achievement by the grain trade and fire prevention authorities throughout Western Canada.
April 25, 1963 - Lynx At Glamis
An unusual sight was seen at Glamis on Friday morning when men at the elevators saw a lynx ambling down the main street of the hamlet towards the east. Cliff Westbury shot the lynx, an animal which has never been seen before in this vicinity.
Obituary of Mr. Clifford Westbury
Mr. Cliff Westbury, 55, formerly of Beverley and Swift Current, residing in Penticton, B.C. died July 1, 1974 at Penticton, B.C. Services were held July 4, 1974. Interment was in British Columbia.
Mr. Westbury is survived by his wife, Laura, of Penticton, B.C., two daughters, Gail [Mrs. Howard Brunton] of Canwood, Sask. and Miss Janice Westbury of Kamloops, B.C., and son, Glen Westbury of Prince Albert, Sask., and one grand-daughter and a brother, Roy.
Mr. Westbury married the former Laura Dyer on December 3, 1947. Mr Westbury resided at Success, Glamis and Shellbrook, Sask., before moving to B.C. in 1970.
Notes for LAURA GLADYS DYER:
Mrs. Laura G. Westbury passed away October 22, 1986 in Penticton, B.C. after a lengthy illness. Funeral services were held October 24 in the Penticton Funeral Chapel with Rev. David Heath officiating. Interment followed in Lakeview Cemetery.
Pallbearers were nephews Orville Dyer, Penticton, Roger Dyer, Vancouver, John Dyer, Calgary, Jim Tooke, Brooks, and Howard Brunton, Shellbrook, son-in-law and Luke Meixner, Kamloops, son-in-law.
The deceased is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Howard Brunton [Gail] Shellbrook, Sask., Mrs. Luke Meixner [Janice] Kamloops, B.C., one son Glen Westbury [Lyn] Innisfail, Alta., five grandchildren, Stacey, Stephen and Carma Brunton, Candice and Krista Westbury, four brothers , John Dyer [May] Penticton, Stan Dyer [Betty] Calgary, Alan Dyer [Tillie] Calgary, Chester Dyer [Nan] Moose Jaw and two sisters, Hazel Tooke, Brooks, Dorthy Hendry [Albert] Swift Current, also many nieces and nephews.
Predeceased by her husband, Cliff Westbury, in 1974, her mother, Laura Dyer, May 26, 1981, her father, Joseph Dyer, Jan. 27, 1980.
The late Laura Westbury was born June 28, 1922 at Kelso, Sask. attending school there, also Chaplin and normal in Regina. Later she taught at New Hastings, Glenside, Burnham and Swinton. United in marriage to Cliff Westbury Dec. 2, 1947 living at Swift Current, Success, Glamis and Shellbrook moving to Penticton in 1970 due to her husband's ill health. Laura worked in a variety store in Penticton until a year ago when ill health forced her to retire. She loved golfing, bridge and her home and family above all. She will be deeply mourned by her family and sadly missed by her many friends. Donations to the cancer fund will be greatly appreciated by the family.

Children of CLIFFORD WESTBURY and LAURA DYER are:
23. i. GAIL MARILYN WESTBURY, b. May 10, 1949, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada.
24. ii. GLEN ALLEN WESTBURY, b. November 08, 1950, Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada.
iii. JANICE LEE WESTBURY, b. January 15, 1952, Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada; m. LUCIEN JOSEPH MEIXNER, August 29, 1983, Penticton, British Columbia; b. May 03, 1943, Normetal, Quebec.
Notes for JANICE LEE WESTBURY:
Baskets of flowers decorated the United Church chapel for the wedding of Janice Lee Westbury and Luke Meixner.
Janice is the daughter of Mrs. Laura Westbury of Penticton, B.C. and Luke is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meixner of Enderby, B.C.
Rev. Frank Chubb officiated at the double ring ceremony, accompanied by organist Mrs. Eleanor McDonald.
Entering the chapel , escorted and given in marriage by her brother, Glen Westbury of Innisfail, Alta., the bride wore a floor length gown in an empire style of polyester-interlock over taffeta. The bodice, high collar and lilypot sleeves were trimmed with French silk lace appliques embroidered with seed pearls. The skirt and long train were trimmed with a matching lace at the edge.
Her fingertip veil was held by a lace trimmed seed pearl headpiece. She carried a bouquet of cascading yellow roses, white and yellow babys' breath.
Matron of honor was Gail Brunton of Shellbrook, Sask., sister of the bride. She wore a long gown of yellow jersey with spaghetti straps. The eyelet embroidered bodice was covered by a long sleeve georgette jacket. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and white babys' breath.
Attending the groom was his brother, Jerry Meixner, of Goldbridge. The groom and best man wore formal jackets trimmed with dark brown, matching ties and frilled dress shirts.
Usher was Roger Dyer of Penticton, B.C., cousin of the bride.
A reception followed at the Pilgram House. Glen Allan Westbury was MC and toast to the bride was presented by the bride's uncle John Dyer of Penticton, B.C.
The bridal table, draped with a white, tatted tablecloth made by Inez McIsaac, featured a three tiered wedding cake decorated with yellow rosebuds, ribbon and pillars of wine glasses.
The guest register was attended by sister-in-law of the bride Lynn Westbury of Innisfail, Alta.
For going away attire, the bride wore a printed navy blue silk dress with white accessories and corsage of pink rosebuds.
Out of town guests were from Shellbrook and Swift Current, Sask., Calgary and Brooks, Alta., and Kamloops, Westbank, Enderby and Goldbridge, B.C.
The newlyweds will reside in Prince George, B.C.
9. AGNES MARY NUGENT (DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born December 11, 1901 in Worthing, South Dakota, and died April 30, 1981 in Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada. She married WILLIAM LEITH September 18, 1923 in Canada. He was born October 27, 1886 in Scotia, Manitoba, and died July 12, 1972 in Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada.
Notes for WILLIAM LEITH:
I was born on a farm near Hamiota, Manitoba, on October 27, 1886. In 1905 my brother, John, came out west with a party of men from our neighborhood in Manitoba and filed on three homesteads. One for my twin brother George, one for me and one for himself. These were on section 4 , however John did not get his and George decided not to homestead, so I finally got the N.E. quarter of 4 - 28 -13.
The C.N.R. owned all the odd numbered sections of land, excepting sections 11 and 29, which was school land, also section 8, and three quarters on 26, which was held by The Hudson Bay Co. The Agents or Locators, as they were called, would sell a quarter or a half-section, and allow the man to homestead land adjacent to his purchase.
The fall of 1906 I came out to Hanley by train, bought enough lumber to build a shack, a stove and a few dishes, also a half ton of coal. I had Bill Anderson, who had a team of horses, bring me out to the homestead. I had known him in Manitoba and he had a homestead on section 12 in the same Township as I did.
We built a sack and I stayed about a month, and as there was no work to be had, I went to Saskatoon and got a job with the C.P.R. in the Roundhouse, wiping engines at eleven cents a hour for a ten hour day. I stayed a month but could not see any future in it, so quit and went to Prince Albert. It looked too cold there so I started back to Manitoba, but stopped off at Togo, Sask. and helped the Hearns' , who were also neighbors from Manitoba, finish their threshing.
Just before Christmas I arrived home in Manitoba, and during the winter I acquired a Yoke of oxen, a plow, a disc harrow, also a water tank, which was very necessary as there was no surface water except Barbour Lake. In the latter part of March 1907, George Gray, who had a homestead in 10 - 28 -13, decided to load a car of settlers' effects, and as he did not have a full carload, I took half the soace, and we started for Saskatchewan.
1906 -07 was the coldest winter on record. We started from Crandall to Brandon and from there to Regina, then the branch line from Regina to Hanley. That was the spring the C.N.R. took over the branch from the C.P.R., and at that time it did not have the rolling stock they have today, so it took us four days to reach Hanley from Regina, then a seventy-five mile trip to the homestead. I well remember crossing the Saskatchewan river at Rudy's crossing, the ice was bare and I had to take a crowbar and chip the ice before the oxen would move ahead. I broke enough land with the oxen to prove up my homestead, then sold them to Daddy McCallum.
My homestead was the N.E. quarter of 4 - 28 - 13. Frank Lynch was my nearest neighbor, he had the N.W. quarter of the same section. When he brought Mrs. Lynch out, I spent more time at their place than I did at home, as baching was pretty tiresome. This was the beginning of a friendship that was to last for forty-three years.
We had some good times in the early days.
Charlie Campbell and I used to go to dances together and I remember one night we went to one at Mr. George Warren's, who lived about seven miles south of us, and lost our way and came up to their house from the south. They asked us if we had been lost but we denied it, but the next morning they could see our sleigh tracks in the snow from the south and knew that we had lost our way.
I recall going in bathing one Sunday in Barbour Lake with the Anderson brothers, when a neighbor came down for water just where we had been swimming. He said " The water looks kind of muddy " and we said yes it did, but we didn't tell him that we had been swimming there. He loaded up anyway and then he told us that it was for drinking water.
In the spring of 1910 I went to Saskatoon to file on the N.W. quarter of section 10 for my brother. I spent the night on the stairway of the Dominion Land Office, so that I would be the first one in the office in the morning. I had a chap bring my supper in to me so that no one else would have a chance to get in ahead of me. [ I got the land ].
My brother, John, came out from Manitoba in 1910 and we lived together on my homestead until 1914, when we moved up to the north half of 9 to live. We operated as the Leith Brothers until 1924. In 1917 we built a modern house on the farm, where John still resides.
It was in 1910 that Niles Sweet broke up my homestead, using a Case steam engine. I operated the engine part of that summer, then in the summer of 1911 my brother and I purchased a Hart-Parr tractor and broke up more land, and delivered our first grain to Sovereign that fall.
I was married Sept. 18, 1923 to Peggy Nugent of Swift Current, Sask., and we moved to our present home on the N.W. quarter of 8 - 28 -13 in 1924. Our son Donald was born in February 1926, who now with his wife Ruth and three sons live across the road from us.
The passing of old friends of homestead days such as Joe and Bob Whyte, Bill Orth, Frank and Mrs. Lynch, left us with a sense of loss, as did the retirement of my good friends Bert and Mrs. Maxwell, who now live in Victoria, B.C.
We have spent some winters away, but of late have been staying on the farm, where we are still enjoying good health and good neighbors.
Pioneer Laid to Rest
The passing of Mr. William Leith of Rosetown, Sask., occurred in the University Hospital on July 12, 1972 at the age of 85 years.
Mr. Leith was born at Scotia, Manitoba on October 27, 1886. He came to the Glamis district in 1905 where he homesteaded and has farmed until his passing. He was a Charter and Life Member of the Sovereign Masonic Lodge and was a member of the Wa Wa Temple in Regina.
He is survived by his wife Peggy; one son Donald of Rosetown; three grandsons William and Michael of Rosetown and Patrick of Saskatoon; one great grandson George of Rosetown; one sister Mrs. Elizabeth George of Regina; three nephews George Leith of Wiseton, Stuart Smith of Brandon and Baron George of Boston; four nieces Margaret Dillabough Of Kelowna, Betty Bacon of Vancouver, Beryl McEachern of Regina, and Ruby Godlein of Hamiota, Man.
Funeral services were held from the Rosetown United Church on Sunday, July 16, 1972 at 2:00pm with Rev. J.H. Young and Rev. S. McTavish officiating. Ushers were Mr. Bob Paton and Mr. Jack Smith. The floral tributes were attended to by Mr. Frank Wickett. Honorary pallbearers were Mr. Jack Pateman, Mr. Jack Lawson, Mr. Bert Hay, Mr. Ray Hough, Mr. Scott Rose, Mr. Ted Sparks, Mr. Jim Lynch, Mr. Avery McConnell. Members of the Masonic Lodge formed a guard of honor outside the church and at the cemetery.
Interment followed in the Rosetown Roselawn Cemetery with the following acting as pallbearers: Mr. Les Whyte, Mr. Ken Orth, Mr. Art Martin, Mr. Lindsay Nisbet, Mr. Mervin Walker, and Mr. Clive Hough.
Clements, Rosetown Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

Child of AGNES NUGENT and WILLIAM LEITH is:
25. i. DONALD WILLIAM LEITH, b. February 12, 1926.
10. CLAUDE EVERETT NUGENT (DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born June 14, 1903 in Worthing, South Dakota, and died February 16, 1977 in Portland, Oregon. He married MYRTLE JEAN BUCHANNON December 17, 1925 in Vancouver, Washington. She was born February 18, 1908 in North Carolina, and died September 16, 1978 in Portland, Oregon.

Child of CLAUDE NUGENT and MYRTLE BUCHANNON is:
26. i. CLAUDE LEROY NUGENT, b. January 18, 1927.
11. ARTHUR MAURICE NUGENT (DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born January 12, 1907. He married EMMA V. LAHEY.

Children of ARTHUR NUGENT and EMMA LAHEY are:
i. ROBERT ARTHUR NUGENT.
ii. MAURICE WAYNE NUGENT.
12. CLEO BELLE NUGENT (DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born October 15, 1908. She married RUSSELL ERVIN SELLS, son of ERVIN SELLS and LILLIAN GETHING. He was born November 29, 1906 in Ohio, and died January 27, 1985 in Oregon.

Children of CLEO NUGENT and RUSSELL SELLS are:
27. i. GLORIA JEAN SELLS.
28. ii. NANCY LOUISE SELLS.
29. iii. TOMMY RUSSELL SELLS.
30. iv. COLLEEN RAE SELLS, b. December 04, 1937, Portland, Oregon.
Generation No. 4
13. ALLAN JAMES WESTBURY (HOWARD JUDSON5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born September 12, 1924 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada. He married EVELINE LORRAINE REGNIER June 11, 1957 in Calgary, Alberta. She was born May 02, 1933 in Bonnieville, Alberta.

Children of ALLAN WESTBURY and EVELINE REGNIER are:
31. i. DEBORAH EVELYN7 WESTBURY, b. August 07, 1955, Calgary, Alberta.
ii. HOWARD HENRY WESTBURY, b. February 05, 1957.
14. EARL HUGH WESTBURY (HOWARD JUDSON5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born June 23, 1926 in Beverley, Saskatchewan, Canada. He married JUNE WATT MCLEAN April 06, 1950. She was born June 03, 1931 in Isley, Alberta.

Children of EARL WESTBURY and JUNE MCLEAN are:
32. i. BRIAN HOWARD WESTBURY, b. December 11, 1950, Calgary, Alberta.
ii. BLAINE THOMAS WESTBURY, b. February 03, 1953, Calgary, Alberta.
33. iii. WAYNE HUGH WESTBURY, b. November 23, 1955, Calgary, Alberta.
15. WILLIAM DONALD WESTBURY (HOWARD JUDSON5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born February 20, 1928 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada, and died December 10, 1969 in Edmonton, Alberta. He married (1) SHIRLEY MULLEN. He married (2) CHRIS MARIE JESKE May 02, 1963 in Edmonton, Alberta. She was born March 26, 1933 in Dryden, Ontario, and died September 29, 1986 in Edmonton, Alberta.

Child of WILLIAM WESTBURY and SHIRLEY MULLEN is:
34. i. THERESA WESTBURY, b. April 1953.
16. ARTHUR HERBERT WESTBURY (HOWARD JUDSON5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born September 08, 1929 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada. He married VELMA MAY FERRIS March 20, 1953 in Calgary, Alberta. She was born May 04, 1934 in Raymore, Saskatchewan.

Children of ARTHUR WESTBURY and VELMA FERRIS are:
i. JULIE AVA WESTBURY, b. February 26, 1954, Calgary, Alberta; m. PAUL JENSEN, November 05, 1977, Calgary, Alberta.
35. ii. DIANE JO WESTBURY, b. January 28, 1955, Calgary, Alberta.
36. iii. SUSAN LYNN WESTBURY, b. August 28, 1958, Calgary, Alberta.
iv. STACY CHARLES WESTBURY, b. February 17, 1964, Calgary, Alberta.
17. SANDRA WESTBURY (WILLIAM JOHN5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) She married UNKNOWN STEELE.

Children of SANDRA WESTBURY and UNKNOWN STEELE are:
i. LISA STEELE.
ii. LYNN STEELE.
18. PATRICIA WESTBURY (WILLIAM JOHN5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born January 01, 1932. She married DON PRYOR June 06, 1953. He was born May 29, 1929.

Children of PATRICIA WESTBURY and DON PRYOR are:
i. KELLY WILLIAM PRYOR, b. September 07, 1956.
ii. CHRIS ANN PRYOR, b. January 29, 1962.
19. ERNEST LEROY WESTBURY (ROY5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born August 22, 1946 in Rosetown, Saskatchewan, Canada. He married CONNIE MAE KASSERMAN December 19, 1970 in Conquest, Saskatchewan. She was born March 07, 1951 in Milden, Saskatchewan.
Notes for ERNEST LEROY WESTBURY:
Conquest United Church was the scene of a pretty wedding when on December 19th, 1970, Rev. Doreen Smith united in marriage Connie Mae Kasserman and Ernest Leroy Westbury.
The bride is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kasserman of Conquest and the groom is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Westbury of Zealandia.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a floor length gown of white peau de charm. Her double tiered hip length veil fell from a pill box head piece. She carried a cascade bouquet of red roses.
The bride's attendants were her sister, Iris Turner of Saskatoon, and Bonnie Barber of Conquest. They wore identical floor length gowns of peacock blue peau de charm. They carried white muffs decorated with blue roses, matching blue roses were worn in their hair.
The groom was attended by Dale Mauch of Surbiton and his cousin Earl Turner of Saskatoon. The ushers were Richard Westbury and Bob Martin, brother and cousin of the groom.
The bride's mother wore a figured blue dress, black accessories and corsage of pink roses and white carnations. The groom's mother wore a chocolate brown fortrel dress, gold accessories and corsage of yellow roses and white carnations.
After the ceremony a reception followed in the church parlors with Mrs. Ray Dallas at the register. Dale Mauch was Master of Ceremonies and Carl Latimer, The bride's cousin, proposed the toast to the bride.
A social evening where the happy couple opened their gifts, followed by dancing and lunch was held in the Elks Hall, Conquest.
Out of town guest were from Zealandia, Rosetown, Tuberose, Nipawin, Broderick, Dinsmore, Eston, Wiseton, Yorkton and Saskatoon.

Children of ERNEST WESTBURY and CONNIE KASSERMAN are:
i. CHRISTINE DAWN WESTBURY, b. July 03, 1971; m. SEAN BRIAN ATKINSON, September 06, 1997, Tofino, British Columbina; b. August 27, 1973, Edmonton, Alberta.
ii. DEAN JAY WESTBURY, b. August 23, 1973.
20. LINDA ROSE WESTBURY (ROY5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born August 02, 1948 in Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada. She married LORNE KENNETH BAHR September 05, 1970 in Zealandia, Saskatchewan. He was born June 19, 1948 in Outlook, Saskatchewan.
Notes for LINDA ROSE WESTBURY:
The Zealandia United Church was the scene of a pretty wedding on September 5, 1970, when Rev. David Iverson of Harris preformed a double ring ceremony, uniting in marriage Linda Rose Westbury and Lorne Kenneth Bahr.
The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Westbury of Zealandia and the groom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bahr of Broderick.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride looked lovely in a floor length princess gown of white peau de soie, with long sleeves and a train. Her four tiered shoulder length veil was held in place by a white fabric flower headpiece. She carried a cascade bouquet of pink roses.
The bride's attendants were Misses Marion Green of Zealandia and Connie Calvert of Rosetown. They wore identical street length dresses of pink coral peau de soei with white flower headpieces and carried bouquets of white mums.
The groom was attended by Howard Marshall of Outlook and Wayne Kuffner of Broderick. The ushers were Randy Friesen and Bob Derdall, both of Outlook.
The bride's mother chose a blue fortrel dress with white accessories. Her corsage was pink asters. The groom's mother wore a mauve dress and hat with off-white accessories. Her corsage was also of pink asters.
Following the ceremony a buffet reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Linda Bahr of Saskatoon, sister of the groom, was in charge of the register. She wore a purple lace dress and her corsage was white mums. After the reception a very enjoyable dance and lunch was held at Broderick.
For going away the bride chose a purple wool dress with grey Persian lamb trim and black accessories. Her corsage was white asters.
The happy couple are making their home in Edmonton, Alta.
Out of town guests were from Broderick, Outlook, Milden, Conquest, Dinsmore, Kyle, Wiseton, Glamis, Rosetown, Herschel, Swift Current, Shellbrook, Nipawin, Saskatoon and Moose Jaw, Sask., Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta.

Children of LINDA WESTBURY and LORNE BAHR are:
i. ROBERT FRASER BAHR, b. February 06, 1971, Outlook, Saskatchewan; m. TERRI KLOTZ; b. August 23, 1971.
ii. LORNE ALLEN BAHR, b. December 01, 1972, Edmonton, Alberta.
37. iii. GEORGINA LYNN BAHR, b. January 14, 1974, Edmonton, Alberta.
21. RICHARD ARNOLD WESTBURY (ROY5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born March 15, 1952 in Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada. He married THERESA JOAN CLARKE April 21, 1979 in Conquest, Saskatchewan. She was born September 26, 1956.

Children of RICHARD WESTBURY and THERESA CLARKE are:
i. DAVID RICHARD WESTBURY, b. June 05, 1981, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
ii. ADAM JAMES WESTBURY, b. March 21, 1984, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
22. ELAINE MAE WESTBURY (ROY5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born January 26, 1956 in Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada. She married HENRY JAMES DYCK December 04, 1976 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. He was born September 14, 1957 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Children of ELAINE WESTBURY and HENRY DYCK are:
38. i. PENNY LYNN DYCK, b. May 27, 1977, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada.
ii. NANCY LILA DYCK, b. November 22, 1979.
iii. BEVERLY HELENA DYCK, b. November 22, 1979.
23. GAIL MARILYN WESTBURY (CLIFFORD EARNEST5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born May 10, 1949 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada. She married MARTIN HOWARD BRUNTON August 31, 1968 in Shellbrook, Saskatchewan. He was born November 06, 1943 in Shellbrook, Saskatchewan.
Notes for GAIL MARILYN WESTBURY:
Baskets of mixed flowers decorated the Knox United Church, Saturday, August 31, 1968 when Gail Marilyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Westbury of Shellbrook and Martin Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brunton of Shellbrook were united in marriage. Rev. D. Kilpatrick officiated.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride was radiant in a floor length gown of silk chiffon over taffeta. The fitted lace bodice featured pearls and lily point sleeves. The A-line skirt was centered with a hidden panel of chantilly lace with pearl embroidery. A floating train attached at the shoulder by a satin bow was embroidered with pearls on lace. She carried a cascade of yellow roses.
Miss Janice Westbury, sister of the bride was Maid of Honor. She chose a pale green sheath floor length gown of bonded crepe. Miss Linda Brunton, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid and Lori Verity was flower girl. They wore brunt orange sheath floor length gowns of bonded crepe. They carried a cascade bouquet of white shasta daisies, and Lori carried a white basket of of mixed flowers.
Attending the groom were Mr. Jim Arnett of Saskatoon and Mr. Jim McComas of Shellbrook. Scott Verity was ring bearer.
Ushering duties were preformed by Mr. Glen Westbury, brother of the bride and Mr. Blair Sterling, both of Shellbrook. Mrs. D. Kilpatrick presided at the organ.
At the reception held at Knox United Church Hall, the bridal table was centered by a three-tiered wedding cake trimmed with white doves embedded in white tulle a orange rose buds. Pink steamers and white bells completed the table decorations.
The bride's mother received the guests wearing a blue printed chiffon dress with matching blue hat and white accessories. The groom's mother chose a blue lace ensemble with white accessories.
Miss Faye Tomporowski was in charge of the guest book.
Mr. Jim Arnett was the Master of Ceremonies. Mr. Ray Verity gave the toast to the bride.
Telegrams from Calgary and Zealandia were read.
Following the reception a dance was held in the Elks Hall.
For a honeymoon trip to Waterton Lake and other points West, the bride chose a deep purple fortrel coat dress with black patent accessories and a rose corsage.
Mr. and Mrs. Brunton will reside at #7 Varcity Motel 312-108th Street, Saskatoon, Sask. where the groom is continuing his studies at the University of Sask. and the bride is a secretary at the University.

Children of GAIL WESTBURY and MARTIN BRUNTON are:
i. STACEY ANN BRUNTON, b. March 10, 1973, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
ii. STEVEN TODD BRUNTON, b. July 06, 1975, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
iii. CARMA RAE BRUNTON, b. August 03, 1978, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
24. GLEN ALLEN WESTBURY (CLIFFORD EARNEST5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born November 08, 1950 in Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada. He married CAROL LYNN SCHULTZ August 15, 1975 in Penticton, British Columbia. She was born November 08, 1945 in Victoria, British Columbia.
Notes for GLEN ALLEN WESTBURY:
Penticton United Church Chapel was the setting for the wedding of Carol Lynn Schultz and Glen Allan Westbury on August 16, 1975 at 1:00 p.m.
Rev. Frank Chubb officiated at the double ring ceremony, accompanied by organist Mrs. W.C. McCall.
Lynn is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. Ewing of Prince Albert, Sask. and Glen is the only son of Mrs. Laura Westbury and the late Cliff Westbury of Penticton, B.C.
The altar was decorated with baskets of mixed pink and white flowers.
Entering the chapel escorted by her future husband, the bride wore a floor length hooded gown of misty sage jersey. Fashioned by the bride, her gown flowed gracefully from a short fitted bodice and featured long semi-shelled sleeves. She carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations, babies' breath and stephanotis.
Matron of Honor was Mrs. LeAnne Anderson of Innisfail, Alta., who wore a hooded gown in a deeper shade of sage, created by herself in a design similar to the bride's gown. She carried a small bouquet similar to the bride's.
The groom's attendant was John Anderson of Innisfail, Alta. The groom and best man wore brown tuxedos trimmed in dark brown velvet, with matching ties and frilled dress shirts.
A small buffet reception was held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Huxley with Mrs. Audrey Sampson, friend of the family as hostess.
The bridal table featured a two tiered wedding cake decorated with pink rosebuds and flanked by pale green candles.
Toast to the bride and groom was given by the groom's uncle, John Dyer of Swift Current, Sask.
Telegrams read by John Anderson, expressed congratulations from the bride's relatives in Regina and Prince Albert, Sask. and from the maternal grandparents and relatives of the groom, Swift Current, Sask.
For going away, the bride wore a pale orange pantsuit with navy accessories and a corsage of white rosebuds.
The newlyweds will reside in Innisfail, Alta.
Out of town guests were from Swift Current, Shellbrook, Wiseton, Sask., Red Deer and Innisfail, Alta., and Yarrow and Kamloops, B.C.

Children of GLEN WESTBURY and CAROL SCHULTZ are:
i. CANDICE LEE WESTBURY, b. September 07, 1976, Innisfail, Alberta.
ii. KRISA LYNN WESTBURY, b. December 09, 1977, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
25. DONALD WILLIAM LEITH (AGNES MARY5 NUGENT, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born February 12, 1926. He married RUTH STAVENJORD October 20, 1945 in Forgan, Saskatchewan. She was born January 15, 1925 in Ulnes, Norway, and died February 07, 1977.

Children of DONALD LEITH and RUTH STAVENJORD are:
39. i. WILLIAM JOHN LEITH, b. January 14, 1947, Milden, Saskatchewan.
40. ii. PATRICK NUGENT LEITH, b. June 03, 1949, Milden, Saskatchewan.
41. iii. DONALD MICHAEL LEITH, b. September 23, 1953, Milden, Saskatchewan.
26. CLAUDE LEROY NUGENT (CLAUDE EVERETT5, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born January 18, 1927. He married BERNICE CATHERINE FIERST.

Children of CLAUDE NUGENT and BERNICE FIERST are:
42. i. DANNY ROSS NUGENT.
ii. CINDY RAE NUGENT.
iii. MICHAEL LEROY NUGENT, b. July 31, 1946; d. May 30, 1990.
27. GLORIA JEAN SELLS (CLEO BELLE5 NUGENT, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) She married WES STROHECKER.

Children of GLORIA SELLS and WES STROHECKER are:
43. i. TAMMY JEAN STROHECKER.
ii. NANCY MARIE STROHECKER.
iii. DALE ROSS STROHECKER.
iv. MOLLY ANNA STROHECKER.
28. NANCY LOUISE SELLS (CLEO BELLE5 NUGENT, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) She married (1) STAN FROST. She married (2) DAVID LELAND.

Child of NANCY SELLS and STAN FROST is:
i. STEPHEN ALLEN FROST.
Child of NANCY SELLS and DAVID LELAND is:
ii. CHRISTOPHER DAVID LELAND.
29. TOMMY RUSSELL SELLS (CLEO BELLE5 NUGENT, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) He married BABETTE BURKHART.

Children of TOMMY SELLS and BABETTE BURKHART are:
i. JUSTIN THOMAS SELLS.
ii. JOANIE MARIE SELLS.
30. COLLEEN RAE SELLS (CLEO BELLE5 NUGENT, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born December 04, 1937 in Portland, Oregon. She married LEROY GENE NOVINGER May 30, 1956 in Portland, Oregon. He was born July 10, 1936.

Children of COLLEEN SELLS and LEROY NOVINGER are:
44. i. JULIE ANN NOVINGER.
45. ii. KATHY RAE NOVINGER.
46. iii. CHRISTINE ELAINE NOVINGER.
47. iv. KELLY SHAWN NOVINGER.
Generation No. 5
31. DEBORAH EVELYN WESTBURY (ALLAN JAMES6, HOWARD JUDSON5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born August 07, 1955 in Calgary, Alberta. She married (1) LEON VERMERON. She married (2) ALLAN BARON. She married (3) WILLIAM HEATHERINGTON.

Children of DEBORAH WESTBURY and ALLAN BARON are:
i. CYNTHIA LYNN BARON, b. June 16, 1978.
ii. VENESSA ANN MARIE BARON, b. June 19, 1984.
32. BRIAN HOWARD WESTBURY (EARL HUGH6, HOWARD JUDSON5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born December 11, 1950 in Calgary, Alberta. He married LINDA MARLENE BEITEL May 01, 1971 in Calgary, Alberta. She was born January 19, 1952 in Canmore, Alberta.

Children of BRIAN WESTBURY and LINDA BEITEL are:
i. BRAD ALLAN WESTBURY, b. December 10, 1972.
ii. TAMBRE LYNN WESTBURY, b. January 06, 1977.
33. WAYNE HUGH WESTBURY (EARL HUGH6, HOWARD JUDSON5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born November 23, 1955 in Calgary, Alberta. He married (1) CATHY CLAY. He married (2) DOREEN ROSE MILLER April 03, 1981 in Calgary, Alberta. She was born March 05, 1955 in Calgary, Alberta.

Children of WAYNE WESTBURY and DOREEN MILLER are:
i. CHARMAINE RHONDA WESTBURY, b. February 23, 1972, Calgary, Alberta.
ii. THOMAS CLYDE WESTBURY, b. March 26, 1975.
iii. DAMIAN DOYLE WESTBURY, b. August 09, 1976, Calgary, Alberta.
iv. DEVIN DARRELL WESTBURY, b. September 08, 1981, Calgary, Alberta.
v. SHAWN EARL WESTBURY, b. February 05, 1983, Calgary, Alberta.
34. THERESA WESTBURY (WILLIAM DONALD6, HOWARD JUDSON5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born April 1953. She married GORDON OHMAN.

Child of THERESA WESTBURY and GORDON OHMAN is:
i. BRENDA OHMAN.
35. DIANE JO WESTBURY (ARTHUR HERBERT6, HOWARD JUDSON5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born January 28, 1955 in Calgary, Alberta. She married LARRY ROBERT DAVID July 01, 1978.

Children of DIANE WESTBURY and LARRY DAVID are:
i. CORIE LEE DAVID, b. September 04, 1978, Calgary, Alberta.
ii. BRADLY ROBERT DAVID, b. December 07, 1979, Calgary, Alberta.
36. SUSAN LYNN WESTBURY (ARTHUR HERBERT6, HOWARD JUDSON5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born August 28, 1958 in Calgary, Alberta. She married RAYMOND CLARKE July 01, 1978 in Calgary, Alberta.

Child of SUSAN WESTBURY and RAYMOND CLARKE is:
i. MATTHEW CLARKE, b. December 19, 1983.
37. GEORGINA LYNN BAHR (LINDA ROSE6 WESTBURY, ROY5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born January 14, 1974 in Edmonton, Alberta. She married UNK ANTONENKO.

Children of GEORGINA BAHR and UNK ANTONENKO are:
i. KEVIN CONRAD ANTONENKO, b. September 06, 1993.
ii. DONOVAN JOSEPH ANTONENKO, b. July 05, 1995.
38. PENNY LYNN DYCK (ELAINE MAE6 WESTBURY, ROY5, HERBERT HENRY4, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born May 27, 1977 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada. She married KIM RENE JACQUES July 28, 1998 in Mission, British Columbia. He was born October 08, 1974 in Surrey, British Columbia.

Child of PENNY DYCK and KIM JACQUES is:
i. KAYLA MACY JACQUES, b. June 04, 2000.
39. WILLIAM JOHN LEITH (DONALD WILLIAM6, AGNES MARY5 NUGENT, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born January 14, 1947 in Milden, Saskatchewan. He married MARLENE PEARL SPANI June 01, 1968 in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

Children of WILLIAM LEITH and MARLENE SPANI are:
48. i. GEORGE WILLIAM LEITH, b. December 13, 1969, Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada.
ii. DONALD JUSTIN LEITH, b. December 06, 1972, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
40. PATRICK NUGENT LEITH (DONALD WILLIAM6, AGNES MARY5 NUGENT, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born June 03, 1949 in Milden, Saskatchewan. He married SANDRA ELIZABETH MCFAULL September 04, 1970. She was born August 06, 1949 in Milden, Saskatchewan.

Children of PATRICK LEITH and SANDRA MCFAULL are:
i. RYAN PATRICK LEITH, b. April 07, 1977, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
ii. RORY DEVON LEITH, b. February 26, 1979, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
iii. JENNA ROCHELLE LEITH, b. March 26, 1981, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
41. DONALD MICHAEL LEITH (DONALD WILLIAM6, AGNES MARY5 NUGENT, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born September 23, 1953 in Milden, Saskatchewan. He married SUSAN ADELE ASELTINE January 19, 1974.

Children of DONALD LEITH and SUSAN ASELTINE are:
i. MICHELLE DAWN LEITH, b. July 15, 1976.
ii. DENNY MORLEY LEITH, b. May 29, 1979.
42. DANNY ROSS NUGENT (CLAUDE LEROY6, CLAUDE EVERETT5, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) He married LAQUITEA BARCUS.

Children of DANNY NUGENT and LAQUITEA BARCUS are:
i. TINA MARIE NUGENT.
ii. TIMOTHY ALLEN NUGENT.
43. TAMMY JEAN STROHECKER (GLORIA JEAN6 SELLS, CLEO BELLE5 NUGENT, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) She married <UNNAMED>.

Children of TAMMY STROHECKER and <UNNAMED> are:
i. MATTHEW STROHECKER.
ii. CODY STROHECKER.
44. JULIE ANN NOVINGER (COLLEEN RAE6 SELLS, CLEO BELLE5 NUGENT, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) She married (1) MARK MUSICK. She married (2) DUANE DUKLETH.

Children of JULIE NOVINGER and DUANE DUKLETH are:
i. AARON THOMAS DUKLETH.
ii. BENJAMIN ADAM DUKLETH.
45. KATHY RAE NOVINGER (COLLEEN RAE6 SELLS, CLEO BELLE5 NUGENT, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) She married RICHARD STEWART UNREIN, JR.

Children of KATHY NOVINGER and RICHARD UNREIN are:
i. RICHARD STEWART UNREIN III.
ii. EMILY ANNE UNREIN.
iii. REBECCA COLLEEN UNREIN.
46. CHRISTINE ELAINE NOVINGER (COLLEEN RAE6 SELLS, CLEO BELLE5 NUGENT, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) She married (1) BRAD SMITH. She married (2) CHARLEY ELMER SMITH.

Children of CHRISTINE NOVINGER and BRAD SMITH are:
i. ASHLEY NICHOLE SMITH.
ii. TYLER GREGORY SMITH.
iii. SOPHIE COLLEEN SMITH.
Child of CHRISTINE NOVINGER and CHARLEY SMITH is:
iv. IAN HUNTER SMITH.
47. KELLY SHAWN NOVINGER (COLLEEN RAE6 SELLS, CLEO BELLE5 NUGENT, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) She married (1) ROBERT DALE O'NEILL. She married (2) DEVIN HUNTER ANDREWS.

Children of KELLY NOVINGER and ROBERT O'NEILL are:
i. CAITLIN CHRISTINE O'NEILL.
ii. HAILEY RAE O'NEILL.

Child of KELLY NOVINGER and DEVIN ANDREWS is:
iii. TANNER DUANE BREWER ANDREWS.
Generation No. 6
48. GEORGE WILLIAM LEITH (WILLIAM JOHN7, DONALD WILLIAM6, AGNES MARY5 NUGENT, DORA LUCINDA4 WESTBURY, ADONIRAM JUDSON3 WESTBERRY, CSA, MOSES2, MOSES1) was born December 13, 1969 in Rosetown, Saskatchawan, Canada. He married RENEE TORWALT November 12, 1988 in Rosetown, Saskatchewan.

Child of GEORGE LEITH and RENEE TORWALT is:
i. CHAELA YVETTE LEITH.


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