So who was Patricia Thompson that won third place?
Was this Patricia??? Father of Lambert?
THOMPSON – Suddenly at home, R R 2, Almonte, Ontario on Wednesday, October 9th, 1984. Lambert Wallace Thompson. Beloved husband of Dorothy Rodger, dear father of Patricia (Mrs. Arnold Gunn), Almonte; Rodger, Willowdale; Glenn, Kitchener; David at home; Joyce and Heather of Ottawa. Dear grandfather of Catherine, Rob, Richard, Michael, Lynne, Lori and Lisa Thompson. Dear brother of Harvey, Ottawa; Alice (Mrs. John Cross), Edmonton; Irene (Mrs. Earle Pretty, Middleville; Allan, RR 3, Carleton Place; Isobel (Mrs. Stewart Rodger), Rosetta; John, Carleton Place; Bill, Arnprior and Laura (Mrs. John G. Rintoul), Clayton. Predeceased by four brothers, Leonard, Edwin, Russell and Malcolm. In his 77th year. Friends called at the Kerry Funeral Home, 154 Elgin Street, Almonte, for visiting on Thursday from 2-4 and 7-10 p.m. Funeral service was held in the Funeral Home on Friday at 2 p.m. Interment Rosetta United Cemetery, Rosetta, Ontario
Black Rock Clayton
Dear Uncle Ray — Marian and Ettie Morrow — Bessie and Robert Sproule –Shirley Thomas Lavant Station 1942
Patsy Williams from Carleton Place and Uncle Ray’s Mail Bag
So Which Island did the River Drivers of Clayton get Marooned On?
The Old Community Hall in Clayton
The Clayton Methodist Cemetery
Come all my dear companions and listen to my song–Songs of Clayton
Rocking and Rolling on the Spring Clayton Road
Rose Mary Sarsfield
Patricia Thompson was the oldest daughter of Bert Thompson and Dorothy Roger. She had siblings Roger, Glenn, David, Joyce and Heather. She was the wife of Arnold Gunn. She passed March 23, 2022. She was a teacher who devoted her life to children with special needs. She and Arnold lived in Almonte.
Rose Mary Sarsfield I worked with Pat at the old R. Tait McKenzie over 30 years ago. She was a kind woman.
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