Neilson, Marion, 1883-1971

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Neilson, Marion, 1883-1971

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  • Marion Neilson Wray

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1883-1971

History

Marion Neilson was born in Proton Township, Grey County, Ontario in 1883. She completed teacher training in Ontario and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto. In the early 1900's, Neilson was a teacher in several rural Saskatchewan schools, including Midhurst School District No. 1530, near Fort Pelly. In 1913, Neilson moved to Raymond, Alberta and taught for one year before moving to Lethbridge. In July 1913 she married John Stanley Wray, a doctor. Neilson resided in Toronto during World War I while her husband served with the Canadian Forces. She returned to Lethbridge in 1919 and resided there until her death on April 3, 1971.

Marion and John Wray had three children: Margaret, Phyllis and Robert.

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Authority record created on 2008-06-11. Approved 2012-03-06. Last modified on 2017-11-29.

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Saskatchewan Department of Education inactive teachers' register
The Lethbridge Herald

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