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1. Source:   S1
2. Source:   S4127
3. Title:   The Badgley Family Canadian Expeditionary Force, Attestation Paper The Badgley Family BC Archives Deaths Index (1872-1981)
Page:   Reg # 1974-09-011548
Publication:   Name: Name: Name: Seventh Town Historical Society, Ameliasburg, Ont.;;; undefined undefined Name: Name: Name: Seventh Town Historical Society, Ameliasburg, Ont.;;; Name: Name: Name: Seventh Town Historical Society, Ameliasburg, Ont.;;; undefined undefined
Source:   S5058
Author:   Jean (Meyers) Stather undefined Jean (Meyers) Stather undefined
Note continued:   Source Medium: Electronic archives.ca/02/02010602_e.html Source Medium: Book Source Medium: Book Source Medium: Electronic www.bcarchives.gov.bc.ca
4. Title:   BC Archives Marriage Index (1872-1927)
Page:   Reg # 1920-09-210284
Source:   S5509
Note continued:   Source Medium: Electronic

Notes
a. Note:   History: Albert was 12 years old when his family moved from Shetland to Manitoba, and was 18 when they went to Saskatchewan, where he farmed with his father and later worked in the Hardware Store. Toward the end of W.W.1, he joined the Royal Flying Corps and had started training as a pilot, then the war ended. His Reg # was 2380879. (CEF List) He and Eva were married in Rocanville, Sask., lived in Vancouver .B.C.for about a year, then moved to Melfort, Sask. Albert had a car dealership, selling McLaughlin Buicks and Grey Darts, and later sold Fords. He did well even through the Depression of the early 1930's. This business was sold in 1944 and he and Eva retired to Vancouver. Albert was a good businessman, respected in his dealings, active in Melfort United Church and later in Ryerson Church in Vancouver. He was a Mason, a member of Council in Melfort, and on the Hospital and School Boards--as well as being an avid curler, hard-ball player, fisherman and hunter. Both died in Vancouver, BC. Spouse: Eva was born in Fairdale, North Dakota . Her mother died when she was only 2 'bd years and she was adopted by her Aunt and Uncle Walker in southern Saskatchewan. She used their surname, her birth name being Livingston. She did not keep in touch with her birth family but had pictures and mementoes, which her son James pieced together, to produce a family History. On a trip through North Dakota in 1995, Jim and Pat found her grave and beautiful headstone, in a series of lucky cicumstances. Reg # 2380879 - believed to be the son of Alonzo Badgley



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