|Birth: ||Nov. 7, 1900|
|Death: ||Aug. 5, 1967|
British Columbia, Canada
Born George Joseph Haylett but adopted the last name of his uncle, Fred Ellison. It is said he was a deserter, not proven though, for the reason of name change. George took his family back to Oregon in 1930 but returned to Canada shortly after. He was not legally married to the mother of his five children.
Well known in Powell River,BC as "Raspberry". Gave blood regularly, paid $25.00. Dr. Lyons needed blood and George was the right type, but had given within the 3 month period, but donated anyway. Next day George asked the Dr. how his patient was. The Dr. replied she was doing well, but had one heck of a hangover!
George Joseph Haylett (1861 - 1924)
Mary Louise Timm Wicks (1880 - 1953)
Clarence A. Haylett (1899 - 1909)*
George Haylett-Ellison (1900 - 1967)
William E Haylett (1902 - 1979)*
Robert Haylett (1906 - 1912)*
Cremated, Ashes scattered at sea.
Specifically: Ashes scattered over the Pacific Ocean by Salvation Army of Vancouver, B.C.
Created by: Sharon Negraiff Ellis
Record added: Dec 23, 2012
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