Hattie Lenora (Morine) Lockhart; McCullough, Morris and Mo_ rrissey re

Despite the spellings in the newspaper, I believe she's nee, Hattie Lenora
Morine and her daughter, Mary is m/1 to Darrell James Timothy Morrissey,
born Parrsboro, s/o James Patrick Morrissey and Lottie Belle Morris.
Hattie's parents were Rupert Morine and Emily Elizabeth McCullough.

So, there's a Parrsboro Shore connection through her mother and through her
son-in-law.

Dave
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Chronicle Herald, Friday, November 14, 1969, pg. #30; Reel #5981, NSARM,
Halifax, N.S.
OBITUARY:
Mrs. Hattie Leonore[sic] Lockhart, 67, of Coldbrook Station, Kings County,
died in Kentville Wednesday. Born in Gaspereaux, Kings County, she was the
daughter of the late Rupert and Emma (Cluff)[sic] Morine. She is survived by
one son, Harvey, Coldbrook; four daughters, Ethel and Dorothy, both at home;
Kathleen (Mrs. Fenton Thomas), Hantsport; and Mary (Mrs. Darrell
Morrise)[sic], Willowdale, Ont.; two brothers, Norman, Brookland Street and
Harry, Billtown; one sister, Ethel (Mrs. Harry Parish)[sic], Kentville; ten
grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. The body is at the W.C. Hiltz
Funeral Home, Kentville. A service will be held Monday at 2:30 p.m., at the
W.C. Hiltz Funeral Chapel. Rev. Allen Griffin will officiate. Burial will be
in Elm Grove Cemetery.

Source: Dave Winter, 9 Sep 2013
Note: Spellings as published
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Her son-in-law:

The Citizen, Amherst, N.S., Saturday, March 31, 1990; Reel #3177, PANS,
Halifax, N.S.
OBITUARY - Darrel Morrisey
Ontario - Darrel Morrisey, 66, of Penetanguashene, Ontario, died suddenly on
March 14, 1990, in North Miami, Florida. He was born in Parrsboro, N.S., a
son of the late James Morrisey and Lottie (Morris) Morrisey Lavers. He
retired from Honeywell Computer Division, Scarborough, Ont. He served with
the Royal Canadian Navy as a telegrapher in World War Two. He was educated
in Parrsboro and University of New Brunswick. He is survived by his wife,
the former Mary Lockhart; two daughters, Darrelyn (Mrs. Richard Schell), of
Coldwater, Ont.; Janet (Mrs. Solomon Hakim), of North Miami, Florida; one
son, David; and one great grandchild. Funeral service was held at Coldwater
Funeral Home, Coldwater, Ont. on Wednesday, March 21. Interment later in the
Coldwater Cemetery. Donations may be made to the charity of your choice.

Source: Dave Winter, (undated)

Note:
Possibility son, David is a grandson not a son; it mentions survived by a
son and great grandchild without mentioning a grandchild. i.e. "typo" that
should have read "survived by one grandson, David and one great grandchild".

On 14 Apr 1990, the same obit. is carried in The Citizen, only; "survived by
two granddaughters, Laura and Stacey; one grandson, David; one great
grandchild."
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March 20, 1990 Toronto Star:
MORRISSEY, Darrel ­ (Member Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 68,
Penetanguishene, retired from Honeywell Computer Division, Middlefield Ave.,
Scarborough). The late Mr. Morrissey served in the Royal Canadian Navy as a
Telegrapher in WWII, educated in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia and University of
New Brunswick. Suddenly at North Miami, Florida on Wednesday, March 14,
1990, Darrel Morrissey of Penetanguishene, formerly of Willowdale, in his
67th year. Beloved husband of Mary Lockhart. Dear father of Darrelyn (Mrs.
Richard Schell) of Coldwater and Janet (Mrs. Solomon Hakim) of North Miami,
Florida. Loving grandfather of Laura, Stacey and David. Great-grandfather of
Lyndsey. The late Mr. Morrissey will be sadly missed by all his friends and
relatives in Nova Scotia and Willowdale. The late Mr. Darrel Morrissey will
be resting at the Coldwater Funeral Home, 22 Sturgeon Bay Road, Coldwater
from Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. with funeral service in the funeral home on
Wednesday, March 21, 1990 at 2 p.m. Interment later Coldwater Cemetery.
Donations made to the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the
family.
 
Gerry Mattinson, 23 Dec 2010 
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Joe and Hattie's predeceased son, Joseph Clifton Lockhart:

<http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/collections/virtualmem/detail/1716722>

Canadian Virtual War Memorial

In memory of
Private
JOSEPH CLIFTON LOCKHART

who died on December 30, 1944

Military Service:

Service Number:F/87053Age:22Force:ArmyUnit:Westminster Regiment (Motor),
R.C.I.C.
Additional Information:

Son of Joseph Leo and Hattie Lenora Lockhart.

Commemorated on Page 367 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance.
Order a copy of this page.

Do you have photographs or personal memorabilia relating to JOSEPH CLIFTON
LOCKHART that you want included in our photo collection?

Send us your photos

Burial Information:

Cemetery:
ARGENTA GAP WAR CEMETERY
Italy
Cemetery Plan
Grave Reference:
IV, E, 6.
Location:
The ARGENTA GAP WAR CEMETERY lies in the Commune of Argenta in the Province
of Ferrara and is situated in the low, flat agricultural country of the Po
Valley.

The town of Argenta is approximately 105 kilometres south of Venice and lies
2 kilometres south of the Cemetery on the busy road connecting Ravenna with
Ferrara (Route No.16). If approaching the Cemetery from the south, the
visitor should bear right just before reaching the town of Argenta and
proceed down the Strada di Circonvallazione, passing the railway station on
the right. The second turning to the right should then be taken and, after
crossing the railway, the visitor should continue forward to a fork where he
should again bear right. The turning to the Cemetery will then be found on
the left a little further on near a farm.

If approaching the ARGENTA GAP WAR CEMETERY from the north, the visitor
should turn sharp left off the main road at the first cross-roads on the
borders of the town and then take the third turning to the left which will
lead to the railway crossing mentioned above.

The cemetery is permanently open and may be visited outside the working
hours of the local gardening staff, but will be unmanned.

The local gardening staff working hours are as follows:
>From first Monday in April:
Monday to Thursday: 07.30 to 12.00 and 13.00 to 16.45
Friday: 07.30 to 12.00 and 13.00 to 15.30
>From first Monday in October:
Monday to Thursday: 08.00 to 12.00 and 13.00 to 16.00
Friday: 08.00 to 12.00 and 13.00 to 15.00

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. External
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