POLLOCK Grave Stones 

POLLOCK, Alex: 1917 - 1939 {also on Burrows stone page}

Alex Pollick
   Funeral Of Alex Pollick Held On Wed. Afternoon
   Industrious and Clean Living, Deceased Was Highly Esteemed By All Who Knew Him - Many

   Attend Services Held In The Glen Leslie United Church.
The funeral of Alex. Pollick (aged 21), Son of Mrs. Burrows of Glen Leslie, who died on January 8 as a result of a stomach injury, was held on Wednesday afternoon. Services were held in the Glen Leslie United Church, Rev. C. E. Fisher of Forbes Presbyterian Church, Grande Prairie, Officiating. The large attendance bore testimony to the young man's popularity in the community.
   Industrious and clean living, Alex. Pollick was highly esteemed by all who knew him. Mrs. Roy Ames presided at the organ. "The Lord Is My Shepherd" and "Rock Of Ages" were the hymns sung. Arnold and Robert Dryer, Albert and Charles Wales, Ervine Patterson and Bill Purvis were the pallbearers.
   Burial took place in the Glen Leslie cemetery.
   The following survive: mother and two sisters and two brothers' Mrs. Pete Donohue of Glen Leslie, Mary living at home, Jim living in the Dimsdale district, and John living in Ontario.
   The family came to the Glen Leslie district from Scotland in 1927.
The Northern Tribune January 12, 1939

Mary Burrows is the mother of Alex Polluck

Block 18, Lot 3 & 4

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BURROWS, Mary: 1886 - July 8, 1939 {also on Burrows stone page}

Mary Burrows
   Mrs. Robt. Burrows Of Glen Leslie Died On Sat... July 8th
   Born In Scotland, Mrs. Burrows Came To The Peace River In 1927 - She Made A Host Of Friends In East End,
   All Of Whom Deeply Mourn Her Passing - Many Attend The Funeral.
    The funeral of Mrs. Robert Burrows of Glen Leslie, who passed away at Grande Prairie on Saturday, July 8 was held on Tuesday, July 11, services being held in the Glen Leslie Church. Rev. C. E. Fisher of Forbes Presbyterian Church Grande Prairie, officiated.
    The church was filled to capacity and many had to stand outside. This large attendance and the many floral tribute bore testimony of the high esteem in which Mrs. Burrows was held in the district.
    Led by Mrs. Roy Ames at the organ, the following hymns were sung: "Jesus Saviour Pilot Me" and 'Safe in the Arms of Jesus"
    Burial took place in the Glen Leslie cemetery. The following were the pallbearers: Steve, Bill and John Garrett Ray Lott, Bill Purvis and Jack Stark.
    Mrs. Burrows was born in Stirlingshire 53 years ago and in 1927 came with the family to Glen Leslie, where Mr. Burrows took lands. While here Mrs. Burrows made a host of friends, all of whom deeply regret her passing.
    The following are left to mourn their loss: Husband, three daughters and nine sons - Mrs. Steve Donahue, May and Helen, James, John, Tom, Hector, Bill, Alex, George, David and Leslie.
    Floral tributes were sent by the family, sons and daughters; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lott and family; Mr. and Mrs John Garrett; Katie, Pete and family; Mrs Voz, Florence and Albert; teachers and pupils of Somme School; Miss Florence Smith; Grande Prairie District Cooperative; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Nichol; Mr. and Mrs. E. Leslie and family; Evelyn and Muriel; Mr. and Mrs. W. Garrett, the Diederick family; the Brown family; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Purvis and family.
    J. B. Oliver had charge of funeral arrangements.

(Mary Burrows) Block 18, Lot 3

VOZ, Mae (Pollock): 1920 - 1941

Block 18, Lot 2

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