Individual Page

Marriage: Children:
  1. Shirley-Margaret "Lee" Norman: Birth: 20 Oct 1931 in Winnipeg, MB. Death: Jul 1997 in Folsom, CA

  2. Hollis Graeme Norman: Birth: 29 Jun 1937 in MB. Death: 1965 in Vancouver, BC

  3. Person Not Viewable

1. Title:   Birth Certificate Marjorie Miller
2. Title:   Death Certificate
3. Title:   Marriage Certificate

a. Note:   Conversation June 19, 2001 with Margaret (Roche) Hollingshead
  Margaret was Graeme's and Marjorie's flower girl at their wedding at the age of 5. Margaret was the daughter of Hollis Roche, a close friend of Graeme's and May. She recalls a well-kept secret of the Roche family that Marjorie was adopted. According to her, Graeme was taken aside by Marjorie's mother sometime near the wedding and advised that Marjorie was adopted and she had never been told. The story goes that Sam and Minnie got her 'from California' and that Margaret Hollingshead can remember Marjorie returning from visiting friends in California and talking how comfortable she had been and that they had seemed "just like brothers and sisters.' Margaret and her sisters wondered if maybe this was the family that she had been born to.
  When Hollis was adopted by Graeme and Marjorie, according to Margaret, Marjorie wanted him to know but it was Graeme who insisted that it should be kept a secret.
  Source: Helen Adam's Clippings
  On March 16, 1983 at the Health Sciences Centre, Marjorie Meryle Norman, dearly beloved wife of Graeme C. Norman of 300 Roslyn Rd.
  Mrs. Norman was born in Winnipeg, daughter of the late Samuel and Margaret Miller. She was a devoted member of the Broadway-First Baptist Church, a Past President of the Women's Christian Fellowship and, in earlier years, a Sunday School teacher. In addition, she was a member of the Shrine Ladies Auxillary.
  Surviving in addition to her loving husband Graeme, are a daughter Shirley-Margaret and her husband Richard S. Bower of Novato, Calif.; a son Douglas and his wife Sharon of Vancouver; two granddaughters, Nicole and Shelda Bower; two grandsons, Blake and Paul Norman.
  Following cremation, a memorial service will be held in the Thomson Funeral Chapels, Broadway at Furby, Saturday, March 19 at 2:15 p.m. The Rev. Wm. H. Sturgess of Broadway-First Baptist Church, will officiate. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.