Re: Help Dunlop, Mason
- This is a response to the message "can you help me" from Bob campbell of
Kingston ON. His contact address wasn't given.
The cemetery database of the Alberta Genealogical Society shows that the
two families mentioned are buried in plot d003 of the Westlock Town
Cemetery. Gladys and her father were indeed alive in 1940 but Gladys
died in 1942 and both her father and husband died in 1946 according to
A local history book of the Barrhead area refers to a Dunlop family
which just might be related to George and Constance.
None of them were surviving in 1954 but, as you suggest, they might have
Listing by Source/Cemetery
Westlock Map I5 SourceNo 1467 Westlock Town Cemetery
DUNLOP, Constance M. - 19 Mar 1937 D003.d
DUNLOP, Geo. (Esq.) - Apr 12 1946 D003.c
MASON, Gladys M. L. - 03 Jun 1942 D003.f w/o Dr. R. Mason
MASON, Robert H., - Jun 1946 D003.g h/o Gladys
Barrhead Dis Map I5 SourceNo 2387 Trails Northwest Barrhead
DUNLOP, Bob page
DUNLOP, Family page 237
I hope that this is of interest
RM McLean wrote:
> Can anyone help Bob? I have the same ancestral name but not in Canada.http://www.afhs.ab.ca
> Can you help me? I am attempting to trace a branch of my family tree.
> Here's the information I have:
> 1) Constance "Connie" May Gilbert married George Dunlop c. 1890 and their daughter Gladys M. L. Dunlop was born c. 1892
> 2) In 1935 I believe this family was living in Westlock AB - I have a newspaper clipping of a death that mentions "Floral tributes were received from... Mr. and Mrs. G. Dunlop."
> 3) A reliable family report says Gladys was married to a Dr. Mason and living in Westlock AB in 1940. Gladys' father George was there too but "very poorly." (He likely died soon after). I expect Connie was dead by then.
> 4) Another report says Gladys was living near Edmonton (Westlock?) and married to a doctor in 1954.
> A reasonable place to start would be searching for a Doctor Mason living in Westlock from at least 1940 to 1954. His wife would have been Gladys Dunlop, and they may have had children.
> Thank you for whatever help you can give me.
> Bob Campbell, Kingston ON