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Alan Brooks Morkill

(Nov 13, 1882 - Apr 20, 1956)
Alan Brooks Morkill|b. Nov 13, 1882\nd. Apr 20, 1956|p5205.htm|Richard Dalby Morkill|b. May 27, 1854\nd. Jul 21, 1934|p4888.htm|Georgie Isabella Brooks|b. Dec 30, 1855\nd. Aug 29, 1929|p4893.htm|Richard D. Morkill|b. Aug 26, 1818\nd. c. Feb 5, 1900|p4877.htm|Luvia D. Osgood|b. Jan 21, 1824\nd. Aug 14, 1864|p4878.htm|George Brooks|b. c. 1829\nd. Apr, 1886 or Apr, 1888|p4734.htm|Christiana S. Thompson|b. Jun 26, 1833\nd. May 8, 1874|p4728.htm|

Kyah's 2nd cousin 4 times removed.
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Descendants of Thomas Morkill
     Alan Brooks Morkill was born on Nov 13, 1882 in Sherbrooke, Québec.1,2,3,4,5 He was the son of Richard Dalby Morkill and Georgie Isabella Brooks.1

     He appeared on the 1901 Canadian Census of Rossland Riding, Kootenay, Yale & Cariboo, British Columbia in the household of his parents.2

     Alan enlisted in the Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force on Apr 15, 1916 in Victoria, British Columbia.4

     Alan married Ellen Frances Mara on Nov 5, 1927 in Victoria, British Columbia.6

     Alan died on Apr 20, 1956 in Victoria at the age of 73 years, 5 months and 7 days.3,5 He was buried in St. Peter's Cemetery, Sherbrooke.5

Footnotes

  1. Morkill, J W. "Descent of Morkill, of Austhorpe and Newfield Hall, in the West Riding of the County of York". Compiled Mar 28, 1915. Original owned by Jane Patrick, copy in possession of author.
  2. British Columbia. District Yale & Cariboo (5). 1901 Canadian Census, population schedule. Micropublication T-6436. Ottawa, Ontario: Library and Archives Canada.
  3. Online British Columbia Archives. Vital Event Indexes. Death Registrations (1872-1989).
  4. Online Library and Archives Canada. Soldiers of the First World War (1914-1918), Canadian Expeditionary Force.
  5. Cemeteries of Québec. Sherbrooke County, Sherbrooke, Saint Peter's Cemetery. Online Interment.net.
  6. Online British Columbia Archives. Vital Event Indexes. Marriage Registrations (1872-1933).
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