Barbour, Kathleen

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Barbour, Kathleen

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  • Kathleen Mary Boyle

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Dates of existence

1889 - January 11, 1974

History

Kathleen Boyle was born in Waterford, Ireland as a direct descendant of Sir Richard Boyle, the first Earl of Cork whose son, Robert Boyle, became world famous Irish philosopher acclaimed as the "Father of Chemistry".

She arrived in Canada aboard the Virginian (one of the ships called to aid the Titanic). She lived in Vancouver for a short time and then moved to Squamish. In 1915, she met and married Allan Barbour. Together they had 4 children: Ken, Richard, Howard, and Kathleen (Mrs Lacey).

In 1930, Kathleen and her husband moved to Kerrisdale where she served 3 terms as president of the Women's Auxiliary of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 30. They lived near St. Mary's Church.

Her husband died on October 26, 1953 and she died at age 83 on January 11, 1974.

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Squamish Public Library, Squamish Files: Prominent Names.

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Barbour, Allan Newton (September 3, 1869 - October 26, 1953)

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AB01

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family

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Barbour, Charles (18?? - July 1, 1940)

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CB01

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family

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Charles Barbour is Kathleen Barbour's brother in law.

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Barbour, Richard

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RB01

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family

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Kathleen Barbour is Richard Barbour's mother.

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KB01

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