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Generation VI                        Parents

Mabel Annie Hanna        
b. Jan. 31, 1929¹ - d. Oct. 11, 2006²                        


Mabel was born about 5:00 a.m. at her parents' farm unattended.  The first people to get there were her aunt, Viola, and Mrs. Rands.  Keith Aikins spent the morning getting the doctor to the farm and realized, when he went to eat dinner, that he had not had breakfast!¹
Mabel worked at Balfour Technical School and Canada Permanent Mortgage prior to her marriage to Barry Andrew in 1950.¹ 
Barry, the son of George and May Andrew, was born on the farm at Craven, Saskatchewan.³
Barry and Mabel had a grain farm and purebred shorthorn cattle in the Foxleigh community about twelve miles northeast of Regina.  Later, simmental cattle were added to the operation.¹

George Barry Andrew
b. July 26, 1928 - d. Dec. 27, 2012³
Patrick Bourgeois

At some time Barry and Mabel separated and by 1995 Mabel had married Patrick Bourgeois and was living in Regina; she had been employed by Saskatchewan Social Services in the Regina Regional Office for fifteen years where she supervised the receptionists and typists.¹

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Both were very active in the community.  Mabel volunteered with the Regina Ladies Bonspiel, Saskatchewan Livestock Association, Saskatchewan Shorthorn Association, Shorthorn Lassies, Al-Anon and the Eureka Fellowship Society.  Eastern Star was a very important part of Mabel's life; she served locally, provincially and finally five years as Grand Secretary.²

Barry was a founding director and fifth president of the Canadian Western Agribition and chaired the boards of the Regina Exhibition Assoc., Canadian and Saskatchewan Shorthorn Associations, Saskatchewan Stock Growers Assoc., Canadian Cattlemen's Assoc. and the Saskatchewan Livestock Assoc.  He was Past Master of Corinthian Lodge #72 at Craven.³Barry was a founding director and fifth president of the Canadian Western Agribition and chaired the boards of the Regina Exhibition Assoc., Canadian and Saskatchewan Shorthorn Associations, Saskatchewan Stock Growers Assoc., Canadian Cattlemen's Assoc. and the Saskatchewan Livestock Assoc.  He was Past Master of Corinthian Lodge #72 at Craven.³
        ¹ Harold Hanna, Richardson Yesterday and Today, (Richardson Historical Society, 1995), p. 136-7.
        ²  Mabel Andrew obituary, Regina Funeral Home from www.saskobits.com .
        ³ "G. Barry Andrew obituary", Regina Leader-Post, Dec. 29, 2012.


Mabel and Barry are buried in the Foxleigh (St. Matthews) Anglican Cemetery.  Photo credit to Ron Isherwood.,Saskatchewan Cemeteries Project.