Gwyneth Violet (Jones) Peel; Hatfield related

I have her parents as Robert Edward Jones from Buenos Aires, South America
and Dora Grace McLaughlin from Economy.

Robert and Dora m/1 3 Feb 1919 in Edmonton, Alberta at the residence of Fred
Miller (her brother-in-law I think).

Dora Grace's mother was Anna Elizabeth Hatfield from Brookville, Cumberland

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PEEL ­ Gwyneth Violet (nee Jones) November 17, 2009
April 15, 1920 ­ November 17, 2009
With profound sadness, the family of Gwyneth Violet Peel announce her
passing at her residence (Extendicare Hillcrest) in Calgary, AB, at the age
of 89 years.
Gwyneth, the only child of Robert Edward and Dora Grace Jones was born on
April 15th, 1920, in Red Deer, where she spent her life as a ³prairie girl².
She moved to Edmonton to attend ³Normal School², and she began her career as
a teacher spending several years in a one-room schoolhouse. Gwyneth married
Chester Peel and began raising her family of four children, primarily in the
Capilano and Hardisty areas of Edmonton. She spent most of her life as a
teacher with the Edmonton Public School Board, mentoring many hundreds of
her beloved ³school kids². Gwyneth was a gifted pianist and loved to travel.
She was a charter member of Grace United Church until her move to Calgary
shortly after the ³millennium², where she continued her battle with dementia
of the Alzheimer¹s type.
Gwyneth is survived by her children Lynwen, Bob, Rhyll and Bruce.
In Mom¹s typical fashion, and at her own time, she passed in peace and
comfort to once again be with loved ones that had passed before her.
A family memorial was celebrated at McINNIS & HOLLOWAY¹S, Chapel of the
Bells (2720 Centre Street North) on Sunday, November 22, 2009.
In living memory of Gwyneth Peel, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek
Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Chapel of the Bells,
2720 CENTRE STREET NORTH Telephone: (403) 276-2296.