Mann, Myrtle Wanda

Birth Name Mann, Myrtle Wanda
Gender female
Age at Death 76 years, 1 month, 17 days


Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth May 3, 1924 Clinton, Queens, Prince Edward Island, Canada  
Death June 20, 2000 Wilmot Valley, Prince Edward Island  
Occupation 1960   Worked in the Admitting Office of the Moncton Hospital
Occupation 1980   Ran a B&B in Wilmot Valley
Marriage May 23, 1945 Kensington, Prince Edward Island  


Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Mann, Leslie Archibald
Mother Watts, Bertha Jane
         Mann, Myrtle Wanda
    Sister     Mann, Marjorie Leslie


    Family of Mann, Myrtle Wanda



1941 - Highest Aggregate -Ist year Students, Grade X awarded to Wanda Mann. 1. Governor-Generals Medal merited equally by Wanda Mann and Eddie Pendergast for proficiency during the year, drawn by Wanda Mann.

1942 - The Kenslngton Girl Guides Company held their weekly meeting in the Town Hall on Monday owning with Captain Wanda Mann in charge.

1943 - Wanda Mann of Kenslngton spent the week-end in Clinton, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Frizzle.

The Misses Wanda Mann and Pearl Mann of Kensington, spent the Easter holidays in York, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Macdonald.

Wanda worked for the PEI Telephone company in Kensington before her marriage. Earle and Wanda went to Moncton a year after their marriage, and Wanda found work at the Moncton Hospital as a clerk.

She stopped working until her second child went to school, and then she returned to the hospital as a clerk in the Admitting Office. Around 1970 she left the hospital and worked in a doctor's office as receptionist. During this time Wanda was active in the United Church Women.

The family moved to Saint John New Brunswick for a year, and then when their youngest child went to university they moved back to the Island.

On the Island, Wanda again became involved in local organizations - the Women's Institute, the United Church Women, the CGIT, and others. She usually played a leadership role in the organizations she joined, and was a life member of the UCW.

For a number of years she ran a successful B&B. Wanda was always on the go, until illness slowed her down. She knitted, visited graveyards and "old timers" in doing work on her family tree, took on part-time jobs, filled in as a lay minister - the list of her activities was endless.


  1. Mann, Leslie Archibald
    1. Watts, Bertha Jane
      1. Mann, Myrtle Wanda
      2. Mann, Marjorie Leslie