KENNEDY Grave Stones
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MOON, Gladys M.: 1895 - 1975 {also on Moon stone page}

Gladys Marie Moon - Pioneer passes
   Mrs. Norman Moon, a pioneer of the Grande Prairie district died suddenly yesterday in Grande Prairie. She was 88.
   Born Gladys Marie Kennedy in 1895, she was the daughter of William and Mary Kennedy of Port Elgin, Ont. Her ancestors came to Ontario from Ayrshire, Scotland. Mrs. Moon moved to Edmonton with her parents at the turn of the century.
   In 1912 she married Norman Hugh Moon of Edmonton and as a bride journeyed over the Edson Trail to begin a new life as a pioneer wife and mother.
   Mr. and Mrs. Moon would have been married 63 years on March 9.
   Active in many facets of community life, she shared her time and talents without any thought for herself. She adapted to pioneer life in such a way that the foundations she helped build will continue to be part of the fabric of this community. One of her hobbies was gardening and her flowers were a source of pleasure to many.
   She is survived by her husband Norman. daughter Mrs. W.J. Lee (Margaret) of Toronto, sons Hugh of Beaverlodge, Gordon of Grande Prairie, and Lawrence of Victoria, son-in-law William Lee, daughter-in-law, Edna, Irene and Evelyn Mrs. Norman Moon as well as 17 grandchildren.
   A kind and gentle woman, she gave her best at all times and therefore leaves this community a richer place for future generations.
   The funeral is being arranged by Oliver Funeral Chapel and will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. at St. Paul's United Church, Grande Prairie, Rev. W. Douglas Waite and Rev. R. Brian Hunter will conduct the services, Interment in the Glen Leslie cemetery.
CLIPPED FROM - The Daily Herald-Tribune, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada, 21 Feb 1975, Fri - Page 14

Gladys Kennedy married Norman Moon

MOON, Norman H.: 1888 - 1975 {also on Moon stone page}

Norman Hugh Moon -  Pioneer passes
A Grande Prairie area pioneer who came into the north over the famed Edson Trail 62 years ago died Tuesday.
   Funeral services for Norman Hugh Moon, 87, will be held at St. Paul's United Church in the city tomorrow at 1 p.m. Interment will be in the family plot at the Glen Leslie cemetery. Mr. Moon, whose English ancestors came to Canada in 1832, was born at Moonstone, Ont. He moved with his family, following the death of his father, to Edmonton in 1905.
   He worked in the lumber and real estate business in Edmonton and made his first trip to the Peace Country in 1912. The following year he brought his wife, Gladys, to settle in the Bezanson-Glen Leslie district.
   He was active in farming, real estate and also worked for the agriculture department. The Moons retired to Edmonton in 1940 but returned to Grande Prairie in 1957. The couple celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in 1972.
   Mr. Moon is survived by his daughter Mrs. W.J. (Margaret ) Lee of Fenelon Falls, Ont., sons Gordon of Grande Prairie and Lawrence of Victoria, brother Alfred of Grande Prairie, 17 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
   He was predeceased by his wife and another son, Hugh, earlier this year.
   Rev. R. Brian Hunter will officiate at the service tomorrow. Arrangements are being made through Oliver Funeral Chapel.
CLIPPED FROM - The Daily Herald-Tribune, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada, 22 Aug 1975, Fri - Page 12

Block 19, Lot 3 & 4

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