Adeline Rebecca Stacey
b. Mar. 21, 1913 - d. Sept. 7, 2002¹
Adeline grew up in the Rose Plain District, north of Regina.
She married Gordon, son of John King and Winnifred Hannah Simpson, in June, 1934. John was born in Ontario; Winnifred was born in England and came to Canada at the age of two.³ From 1901 they lived in the Regina District. It's probable that they married about 1900.
Adeline and Gordon lived on The King family farm, just north of Regina, Saskatchewan.² They operated a large dairy operation until 1949, and then grain farmed until retirement. Adeline was active in the community and enjoyed playing the piano for dances in her early years and curling. She was one of the founding members of the Rose Plain Community Club in 1937 and she continued active participation until her death. Adeline was proud of and enjoyed her home, gardens and her many flowers.¹
Adeline and Gordon are buried in Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery, Regina.¹
¹ Adeline Rebecca (Stacey) King obituary from www.findagrave.com .
² Information submitted by Véronique Warnke in an email to Tom Loghrin, Feb. 6, 2012.
³ 1901, 1906, 1911 and 1916 Cnesus Canada records. See more about John and Winnifred on WikiTree.
Gordon and Adeline's headstone, Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery, Regina¹.