Ramsay, Leigh Lee Albert

Birth Name Ramsay, Leigh Lee Albert
Gender male
Age at Death 82 years, 8 months, 15 days

Narrative

Lee and his brother H. T. went to Saskatchewan. He married Effie and in 1921, they had children Maizie J., Georgia, and Clayton W.; Fred Ramsay, age 18 was in their household.

Lea was the sheriff of Wilkie and owned and raced harness horses.

They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 1960. They had three children: son Clayton, and two daughters Mrs H. L.. M. King of Ottawa and Mrs H. Green, Mission City, B. C.

I didn't see a death record or notice in the newspaper, but his estate was being settled in 1967.

Events

Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth April 17, 1883 Montrose, Prince Edward Island age 18, 1901 census  
Death 1966      

Parents

Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Ramsay, Bertram HavelockAugust 3, 1858March 27, 1932
Mother Wright, Martha Isabel Minnie MattieAugust 7, 1860February 26, 1946
    Sister     Ramsay, Mabel 1880 1880
    Sister     Ramsay, Ethel 1882 1882
         Ramsay, Leigh Lee Albert April 17, 1883 1966
    Sister     Ramsay, Mahala Haley Bell May 19, 1885 December 11, 1955
    Sister     Ramsay, Minerva Florence Minnie R. N. July 18, 1887 April 17, 1965
    Sister     Ramsay, Irene Pearl 1889 1892
    Brother     Ramsay, Havelock Thomas Hal June 13, 1891 October 27, 1970
    Brother     Ramsay, George Carruthers December 25, 1893 September 23, 1971
    Sister     Ramsay, Pearl Bertha May 6, 1895 1976
    Sister     Ramsay, Amy Lou September 9, 1896 1966
    Brother     Ramsay, Arthur Frederick Carr September 22, 1901 September 28, 1986
    Sister     Ramsay, Florence Maywood Maewood July 12, 1903 1978

Families

Family of Ramsay, Leigh Lee Albert and McMurchie, Ethel Mae Effie

Married Wife McMurchie, Ethel Mae Effie ( * + ... )
   
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage about 1910      
  Children
Name Birth Date Death Date
Ramsay, Clayton WellsApril 2, 1915February 6, 1997