#17033, (1895 - 1958)
|Father||John Malcolm3 (1868 - 1942)|
|Mother||Christina McLean1 (1867 - )|
|Relationships||Great-grandson of Hector McLean|
Great-grandson of Angus McKinnon
|Charts||Angus McKinnon & Mary McFadyen - 5 generations of descendants|
Hector McLean & Mary McGillivray - 5 generations of descendants
Child of Roy Andrew Malcolm and Lois Rutledge
|Birth||Roy Andrew Malcolm was born on 1 Apr 1895 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.1|
|(with Parents) 1901 Census||Roy A Malcolm appeared on the 1901 Census of Carman, Manitoba with his parents. He was 5 years old and born 1 April 1895 in Manitoba.3|
|(with Parents) 1906 Census||Roy A appeared on the 1906 Census of Parkvale, Alberta with his parents. He was 12 years old and born in Manitoba.4|
|(with Parents) 1911 Census||Andrew R appeared on the 1911 Census of Red Deer, Alberta with his parents. He was 16, born in April 1895 in Manitoba, and attended school for 9 months.5|
|CEF||He volunteered for the Canadian Expeditionary Force on 1 Dec 1915 at Red Deer, Alberta. The attestation papers included the following information: born Winnipeg, next-of-kin father John Malcolm of Red Deer, Alta, born 1 April 1895, Clerk, single, belongs to 35th Central Alberta Horse militia, served 1 year in 35th C.A.H., age 20 y 7 mos, 5 ft 7 1/2 in, dark complexion, brown eyes, dark brown hair, Presbyterian.6|
|(with Parents) 1916 Census||Roy was recorded on the 1916 Census of Red Deer, Alberta with his parents. He was age 20, born in Manitoba, Presbyterian, and was a soldier in England with the 89th Battalion.7|
|Marriage||He married Lois Rutledge in Sep 1920 in Red Deer.8|
|Newspaper|| Published 8 Sep 1920 in the Red Deer News. |
Two popular young people of Red Deer town -- the groom belonging to one of the older families of the city and giving gallant service in his three years overseas -- will receive the heartiest of good wishes on their marriage on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, when, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs Wayne Rutledge, First St South, Red Deer. Mr Roy Malcolm, eldest son of Mr and Mrs John Malcolm, was united in marriage to Miss Lois Rutledge. The wedding company consisted of the immediate families and near friends, and the ceremony was performed by Rev W G Brown. The floral decorations of asters and sweet peas, with arch of evergreens and floral bell, and the decorations of sweet peas which adorned the tables added to the festiveness of the occasion. The bride was given away by her father, and was attractively gowned in white satin with Georgette overdress; she carried a shower bouquet of sweet peas. The young people were unattended. The music was a delightful feature of the happy event. Mrs B Carlton singing before the ceremony "And Yet" -- Jane Hattway, Miss Cousins playing the Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin, while Miss Cardwell sang "Because" -- Guy de'Hardelot, as the register was being signed. A dainty luncheon was served to the guests after which Mr and Mrs Malcolm left on the evening train for Edmonton, the bride travelling in a suit of navy blue tricotine with hat, a black Knox sailor. On their return they will spend a couple of weeks at Sylvan Lake before taking up residence in town.
The out of town guests were Miss Marguerite Cousins, Calgary; Dr and Mrs Plaxton, Calgary; and Mr and Mrs B Carlton, the bride's uncle and aunt, from Early, Iowa.8
|Newspaper|| Published 6 Sep 1922 in the Red Deer News. |
Mr and Mrs Roy Malcolm have just returned from a very pleasant trip. They joined Mr and Mrs Cliff Malcolm at Calgary and motored to Waterton Lakes and through the Crow's Nest Pass. They report perfect weather and having had a most enjoyable time.9
|Newspaper|| Published 27 Sep 1922 in the Red Deer News. |
MR AND MRS ROY MALCOLM LEAVING FOR WATERLOO, IOWA
The many friends of Mr and Mrs Roy Malcolm will regret to hear of their removal to Waterloo, Iowa, next week. Roy has been one of the best sports Red Deer has ever had from his boyhood days with the school kiddies to the present time. He was very prominent as a hockey player, and could always be relied upon in a pinch. He served his country overseas, and will be greatly missed in his old home town. Mrs Malcolm was always prominent among the young ladies, and will also be greatly missed. Mr and Mrs W W Rutledge, Mrs Malcolm's parents, arrived from Waterloo on Friday last, and will go back with them. Waterloo is a town about the size of Calgary, and Roy will find ample scope for his artistic abilities as a window dresser, he having had charge of that department in the W E Lord Co store for a considerable time. We all wish Roy and his wife every prosperity in their new home.10
|1925 Census||R A and Lois M Malcolm appeared on the 1925 State Census of Waterloo, Black Hawk County, Iowa, at 707 Home Park Blvd. R A was 29, owned his home worth $6000 free, fully insured, had lived in the US and Iowa for 3 years, and attended college for 1 year. Lois was 28 and also had one year of college. They had one son, Allen (2).11|
|1930 Census||Roy A and Lois Malcolm appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Waterloo, Black Hawk County, Iowa, at 707 Home Park Blvd. They owned their $6000 home but did not have a radio. Roy was 35, first married at 25, born in Canada, parents born in Canada, immigrated in 1920, had alien status, and was a floor manager at a dry goods store. He was a veteran of the world war. Lois was 34, first married at 24, and was born in Iowa. They had one son, Allen, age 6.12|
|(Mentioned) Obituary||Roy was mentioned in his sister Alberta Florence Sarah Malcolm's 1932 obituary in the Vancouver Sun. His residence was Waterloo, Iowa.13|
|1940 Census||Roy R and Lois Malcomb [sic] appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida, at 634 NE 3rd Avenue. They paid $30 for rent. Roy was 45, 4 years of high school education, worked 60 hours the previous week as the Proprieter of a retail drug store. Lois was 43, 4 years of high school, and worked 50 hours the previous week as a cashier in a retail drug store as an unpaid family worker. They were both born in Canada, had filed their naturalization papers, and lived in Mason City Iowa in 1935. With them was one son (Allan, 16, seeking work).14|
|(Mentioned) Obituary||He was mentioned in John Malcolm's 1942 obituary as son Roy A in Lauderdale Fla.2|
|1945 Census||Roy A and Lois L Malcolm appeared on the 1945 State Census of Hallandale, Broward County, Florida, at 311 S E 15th Avenue. Roy was 50, born in Canada, and was a storekeeper. Lois was 48, born in Iowa, and was a housewife. With them were John Mulholland (84, Ireland) and Mary Mulholland (58, Pennsylvania).15|
|(Mentioned) Obituary||He was mentioned in Howard James (Curtis) Malcolm's 1956 obituary as brother Roy in Fort Lauderdale Florida.16|
|Death||Roy died in Sep 1958 in Broward County, Florida.17|
|Last Edited||16 Sep 2013|
- Province of Manitoba Indexes to Vital Records, Births >100y, Marriages >80y, Deaths >70y , <<http://web2.gov.mb.ca/cca/vital/Query.php>>", Andrew Roy Malcolm, #1895,006882 (mother's maiden name Tena McLean)."
- Obituary of John Malcolm in Vancouver Sun, 5 November 1942. Digitized paper viewed on Google News Archives.
- Online image of the 1901 Census for Canada, Manitoba, Lisgar (#7), Carman Village (J-1), page 10. Image from Library and Archives Canada viewed at Ancestry.com.
- Online image of the 1906 Census for Northwest Provinces (Library and Archives Canada, http://www.collectionscanada.ca/02/020122_e.html), Alberta, Strathcona District, Sub-District 44, Page 24.
- Online image of the 1911 Census for Canada, Alberta, Red Deer (5), Red Deer (83), page 17. Image from Library and Archives Canada viewed at Ancestry.com.
- Canadian Expeditionary Force Attestation Papers & Enlistment Forms. Library and Archives Canada, (http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/020110_e.html), online images, Roy Andrew Malcolm, Regimental Number 183754.
- Online image of the 1916 Census for Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta (Ancestry.ca), Alberta, District Red Deer City, Subdistrict 14, ED 41, Page 40.
- Red Deer News, "Wedding Bells -- Malcolm-Rutledge", 8 September 1920, page 1. Digital copy online at Peel's Prairie Provinces, University of Alberta Libraries.
- Red Deer News, 6 September 1922, Page 1. Local News. Digital copy online at Peel's Prairie Provinces, University of Alberta Libraries.
- Red Deer News, 27 September 1922, page 1. Digital copy online at Peel's Prairie Provinces, University of Alberta Libraries.
- 1925 State for Iowa, image viewed online (Ancestry, www.ancestry.com), Black Hawk County, Waterloo.
- 1930 Federal Census for United States, Iowa, Black Hawk County, Waterloo, ED 17, Page 8B. Image viewed at Ancestry.com.
- Obituary of Alberta Malcolm in The Vancouver Sun, 29 Sep 1932. Digitized paper viewed on Google News Archives.
- 1940 Federal Census for United States, Florida, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale , ED 6-10, Page 2A. Image viewed at Ancestry.com.
- Online image of the 1945 Census for Florida (Family Search Labs, search.labs.familysearch.org) "Broward County, Hallandale, Precinct 14."
- Obituary of Howard James (Curtis) Malcolm in Vancouver Sun, 1956.
- Florida Department of Health and Vital Statistics Indexes to Deaths, 1877-1998 (Family Search Historic Records & Images Online, transcribed index), Roy Andrew Malcolm, Sep 1958.