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Marriage: Children:
  1. Alice Anne Wickens: Birth: 15 AUG 1925 in Ivanhoe, Huntingdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ontario, Canada. Death: 17 OCT 1932 in Nr. Ivanhoe, Ont.

  2. Eunice Irene Wickens: Birth: 14 JAN 1928 in Ivanhoe, Huntingdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ontario, Canada. Death: 17 OCT 1932 in Nr. Ivanhoe, Ont.

  3. Gladys Vereen Wickens: Birth: 31 DEC 1929 in Ivanhoe, Huntingdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ontario, Canada. Death: 17 OCT 1932 in Nr. Ivanhoe, Ont.

  4. Shirley Jacqueline Wickens: Birth: 07 OCT 1931 in Ivanhoe, Huntingdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ontario, Canada. Death: 17 OCT 1932 in Nr. Ivanhoe, Ont.


Sources
1. Page:   div 4, p 1
Source:   S4810
2. Page:   div 4, p 1
Source:   S8035
3. Page:   Archives of Ontario; Series: MS933; Reel: 32
Source:   S10178
4. Source:   S5255
5. Source:   S9164
6. Source:   S10342
7. Title:   1901 Census of Huntingdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ont Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1913 1901 Census of Huntingdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ont Grave Marker Gallery, White Lake Cemetery, South Section Family Archive CD # 703, World Family Tree # 5232, Vol.3, pre 1600-present, © 1997, Broderbund Software, Inc Family Archive CD # 703, World Family Tree # 5232, Vol.3, pre 1600-present, © 1997, Broderbund Software, Inc Family Archive CD # 703, World Family Tree # 5232, Vol.3, pre1600-present, © 1997, Broderbund Software, Inc Grave Marker Gallery, White Lake Cemetery, South Section Family Archive CD # 703, World Family Tree # 5232, Vol.3, pre 1600-present, © 1997, Broderbund Software, Inc Family Archive CD # 703, World Family Tree # 5232, Vol.3, pre1600-present, © 1997, Broderbund Software, Inc Grave Marker Gallery, White Lake Cemetery, South Section Family Archive CD # 703, World Family Tree # 5232, Vol.3, pre1600-present, © 1997, Broderbund Software, Inc
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Source:   S5255
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Note continued:   1901 Census of Huntingdon Twp., Hastings Co., Ont., NAC T-6472-3, Source Medium: Census . Source Medium: Census Source Medium: Census Family Archive CD # 703, World Family Tree # 5232, Vol.3, pre 1600-present, © 1997, Broderbund Software, Inc, Source Medium: Electronic . Family Archive CD # 703, World Family Tree # 5232, Vol.3, pre 1600-present, © 1997, Broderbund Software, Inc, Source Medium: Electronic . Family Archive CD # 703, World Family Tree # 5232, Vol.3, pre 1600-present, © 1997, Broderbund Software, Inc, Source Medium: Electronic . Source Medium: Electronic Source Medium: Electronic Source Medium: Electronic
Link:   http://www.ancestry.com
8. Title:   Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1801-1928
Page:   Archives of Ontario; Series: MS932; Reel: 650
Publication:   Name: Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2010;;
Source:   S10179
Author:   Ancestry.com and Genealogical Research Library (Brampton, Ontario, Canada)
RepositoryId:   R476
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Link:   http://www.ancestry.com

Notes
a. Note:   From the North Hastings Review - Oct. 26, 1932 Residents of Glen Miller paid tribute Wednesday to five child victims of the tradgedy early Monday morning when Eunice, Gladys, Shirley and Alice Wickens and also George Keith Cronkwright were carried to their death in a car which plunged over the bank into the nearby river. The outing party consisted of the parents and one child who was saved and the ill-fated children. The funeral was from the George Ernest Cronkwright home to Ivanhoe United Church. The caskets had been resting for two days at the home of Mr. Cronkwright. Left were the parents of these children and Arnold Cronkwright. Prayer service was held at the home by Rev. W. Mellow, pastor of Ivanhoe United Church. The five little forms were placed in one large grave. The bearers were T. Fleming, A. Morgan, J. Courtney and C. Tanny, adult friends of the families. Mr. and Mrs. Wickens are directly related to Mr. and Mrs. Cronkwright by birth and marriage. Mrs. Wickens is a sister of Mr. Cronkwright and Mrs. Cronkwright is a sister of Mr. Wickens. From the North Hastings Review - Oct. 26, 1932 Residents of Glen Miller paid tribute Wednesday to five child victims of the tradgedy early Monday morning when Eunice, Gladys, Shirley and Alice Wickens and also George Keith Cronkwright were carried to their death in a car which plunged over the bank into the nearby river. The outing party consisted of the parents and one child who was saved and the ill-fated children. The funeral was from the George Ernest Cronkwright home to Ivanhoe United Church. The caskets had been resting for two days at the home of Mr. Cronkwright. Left were the parents of these children and Arnold Cronkwright. Prayer service was held at the home by Rev. W. Mellow, pastor of Ivanhoe United Church. The five little forms were placed in one large grave. The bearers were T. Fleming, A. Morgan, J. Courtney and C. Tanny, adult friends of the families. Mr. and Mrs. Wickens are directly related to Mr. and Mrs. Cronkwright by birth and marriage. Mrs. Wickens is a sister of Mr. Cronkwright and Mrs. Cronkwright is a sister of Mr. Wickens. From the North Hastings Review - Oct. 26, 1932 Residents of Glen Miller paid tribute Wednesday to five child victims of the tradgedy early Monday morning when Eunice, Gladys, Shirley and Alice Wickens and also George Keith Cronkwright were carried to their death in a car which plunged over the bank into the nearby river. The outing party consisted of the parents and one child who was saved and the ill-fated children. The funeral was from the George Ernest Cronkwright home to Ivanhoe United Church. The caskets had been resting for two days at the home of Mr. Cronkwright. Left were the parents of these children and Arnold Cronkwright. Prayer service was held at the home by Rev. W. Mellow, pastor of Ivanhoe United Church. The five little forms were placed in one large grave. The bearers were T. Fleming, A. Morgan, J. Courtney and C. Tanny, adult friends of the families. Mr. and Mrs. Wickens are directly related to Mr. and Mrs. Cronkwright by birth and marriage. Mrs. Wickens is a sister of Mr. Cronkwright and Mrs. Cronkwright is a sister of Mr. Wickens. From the North Hastings Review - Oct. 26, 1932 Residents of Glen Miller paid tribute Wednesday to five child victims of the tradgedy early Monday morning when Eunice, Gladys, Shirley and Alice Wickens and also George Keith Cronkwright were carried to their death in a car which plunged over the bank into the nearby river. The outing party consisted of the parents and one child who was saved and the ill-fated children. The funeral was from the George Ernest Cronkwright home to Ivanhoe United Church. The caskets had been resting for two days at the home of Mr. Cronkwright. Left were the parents of these children and Arnold Cronkwright. Prayer service was held at the home by Rev. W. Mellow, pastor of Ivanhoe United Church. The five little forms were placed in one large grave. The bearers were T. Fleming, A. Morgan, J. Courtney and C. Tanny, adult friends of the families. Mr. and Mrs. Wickens are directly related to Mr. and Mrs. Cronkwright by birth and marriage. Mrs. Wickens is a sister of Mr. Cronkwright and Mrs. Cronkwright is a sister of Mr. Wickens.


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