#18451, (1903 - 1932)
|Father||John Malcolm3,2 (1868 - 1942)|
|Mother||Christina McLean3,2 (1867 - )|
|Relationships||Great-granddaughter of Hector McLean|
Great-granddaughter of Angus McKinnon
|Charts||Angus McKinnon & Mary McFadyen - 5 generations of descendants|
Hector McLean & Mary McGillivray - 5 generations of descendants
|Birth||Alberta Florence Sarah Malcolm was born on 10 Jun 1903 in Alberta.2|
|(with Parents) 1906 Census||F Alberta appeared on the 1906 Census of Parkvale, Alberta with her parents. She was 2 years old and born in Alberta.4|
|(with Parents) 1911 Census||Alberta F Malcolm appeared on the 1911 Census of Red Deer, Alberta with her parents. She was 7, born in June 1903 in Manitoba, and attended school for 9 months.5|
|(with Parents) 1916 Census||Alberta appeared on the 1916 Census of Red Deer, Alberta with her parents. She was age 13, Presbyterian, and born in Alberta.6|
|(with Parents) 1921 Census||Alberta Florence appeared on the 1921 Census of Red Deer, Alberta with her parents. She was 17 years old, born in Alberta, and was a student.7|
|Newspaper|| Published 16 Aug 1922 in the Red Deer News. |
Between thirty and forty friends of Miss Alberta Malcolm gathered at Sylvan Lake on Wednesday evening last for a farewell to Miss Malcolm on the eve of her departure for Dauphin, Man., to take up training for a nurse in the General Hospital there.
After dancing for a time, the company did ample justice to the delicious "eats" and then gathered around a bonfire at Lower Camp which was the envy and admiration of the whole rising generation.
After a brilliant oration by Chas Weston, in which he feelingly expressed the regret of the entire company at Miss Malcolm's departure, the guest of the evening was presented with a beautiful leather club bag, as a remembrance of Red Deer friends.
Roy Malcolm responded ably on behalf of his sister.
Miss Malcolm left on Saturday for Calgary. Miss Elsie McEwan left yesterday to meet her in Calgary and they will proceed to Winnipeg together. Miss McEwan will spend a few weeks visiting at her home in Ontario before returning to resume her duties as C.P.R. telegraph agent.
The Excelsior Class of Knox Sunday School had a party at the home of Mrs Wm Grier and presented Miss Malcolm and Miss Ida Johnson with Eversharp pencils. Miss Johnson is leaving to train for a nurse at Edmonton.
The News extends best wishes to these young people for success in their chosen profession.8
|Newspaper|| Published 27 Sep 1922 in the Red Deer News. |
Miss Alberta Malcolm, who has been training as a nurse at Dauphin, Manitoba, for some time, is home, owing to a breakdown in her health, the severe strain being too much for her nerves.9
|Newspaper|| Published 22 Apr 1925 in the Red Deer News. |
Spring must really be here, for Miss Alberta Malcolm has donned her jazz sweater. From behind the comparative security of the editorial plural, we venture to express a shrinking approval of the same.10
|Residence-Moved||Circa 1926, Alberta Florence Sarah Malcolm moved to Vancouver, British Columbia.2|
|Death||Alberta died on 28 Sep 1932 in Vancouver, British Columbia.|
Details from the registration: Alberta Florence Sarah Malcolm of 2343 Stephens Street, Vancouver, female, Canadian, single, born 10 June 1903 in Alberta, age 29 years 3 months 18 days, occupation Nurse, lived in Vancouver and BC 6 years, father John Malcolm, mother Christina MacLean, both born in Ontario, burial in Ocean View Burial park. The informant was her father John Malcolm of 2343 Stephens Street. The cause of death was general peritonitis following a ruptured appendix.11,2
|Obituary||Her obituary was published on 29 Sep 1932 in the Vancouver Sun. |
MALCOLM - Passed away at St Paul's Hospital on the morning of Sept 28th, in her 29th year, Alberta, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs John Malcolm, 2343 Stephens St., leaving to mourn her loss besides her parents, one sister, Elva, and three brothers, Howard of Vancouver, Clifford of Toronto and Roy of Waterloo, Iowa. Funeral service Friday, Sept 30th at 2:30 pm, in Nunn & Thomson's funeral chapel., 16th Ave and Cambie St, Rev J M Macgillivray officiating. Interment family plot, Ocean View Burial Park. Red Deer, Alta., papers please copy.11
|Burial||She was buried in Ocean View Cemetery, Burnaby, British Columbia.1 |
|Last Edited||25 Aug 2014|
- Photograph of the Alberta Florence Malcolm gravestone at Ocean View Burial Park, Burnaby, British Columbia, taken by Mike Harrison, October 2011.
- Death certificate of Alberta Florence Sarah Malcolm, died 28 September 1932, registered 29 September 1932 in the Province of British Columbia, Certificate #1932-09-43082.
- Obituary of John Malcolm in Vancouver Sun, 5 November 1942. Digitized paper viewed on Google News Archives.
- 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.
- Online image of the 1916 Census for Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta (Ancestry.ca), Alberta, District Red Deer City, Subdistrict 14, ED 41, Page 40.
- Online image of the 1921 Census for Canada, Alberta, Red Deer, SD 51, Page 27. Image viewed at Ancestry.com.
- Red Deer News, "Farewell Party", 16 August 1922, page 1. 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.
- Red Deer News, 22 April 1925, page 1. Digital copy online at Peel's Prairie Provinces, University of Alberta Libraries.
- Obituary of Alberta Malcolm in The Vancouver Sun, 29 Sep 1932. Digitized paper viewed on Google News Archives.