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Kathryn Ann Marshall (1884-1962)

Highlights of History from The Whitehorse Star

The Whitehorse Pioneer Cemetery

The Whitehorse Star - Monday, August 13, 1962


Kathryn Ann Marshall

    Mrs. Kathryn Ann Marshall, beloved wife of Earl Marshall, born Clearwater, Minnesota, August 4, 1884, died in Whitehorse August 6, 1962.

    Mrs. Marshall was a long-time resident of Whitehorse, arriving here in 1943.

    She came to Canada and married Francis X. Bauer in 1908. Predeceased by Mr. Bauer in 1920; she married Mr. Marshall in 1922. Besides her husband, she leaves to mourn her nine children, Ronald, Saskatoon, Sask.; Elva (Mrs. Bottomley) Whitehorse, Yukon; Jerry Edson, Alberta; Ilan, Binscarth, Manitoba; Toots (Mrs. W. Smoler), Whitehorse; Robert, Wetaskwin, Alberta; Lyalle Marshall and Joan (Mrs. J. Arens), Whitehorse, and Shirley (Mrs. J. Watts) Regina, Sask.; thirty-eight grandchildren and nine great grand-children. She is also survived by one brother, Hugh, 84, of Weyburn, Sask., and by one sister, Mrs. Mary Kennedy, 80, of Melrose, Minnesota.

    A Requiem High Mass was sung by Rev. Father B. Studer. Funeral services conducted from Sacred Heart Cathedral, Whitehorse. Wallden Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.