Pope Family Tree

Amy Madeline InnesAge: 90 years18781968

Name
Amy Madeline Innes
Birth September 10, 1878 33 22
Birth of a sisterElizabeth Innes
about February 1881 (Age 2 years)
Birth of a sisterElizabeth Innes
about 1881 (Age 2 years)
Residence
8 St Jude Street
April 3, 1881 (Age 2 years)
Birth of a sisterAlice Marguerite Innes
September 22, 1883 (Age 5 years)
Birth of a sisterWinnifred Annie Innes
July 15, 1885 (Age 6 years)
Birth of a brotherReginald Victor Innes
November 4, 1892 (Age 14 years)
Birth of a brotherCyril Ernest Innes
October 22, 1897 (Age 19 years)
Residence March 31, 1901 (Age 22 years)
MarriageWilliam PopeView this family
November 28, 1905 (Age 27 years)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Amy Madeline Pope
May 3, 1906 (Age 27 years)
Immigration November 1, 1906 (Age 28 years)
Arrival
Age: 27
1906 (Age 27 years)

Birth of a son
#2
William James Innes Pope
July 25, 1908 (Age 29 years)
Race
English

Baptism of a sonWilliam James Innes Pope
November 1, 1908 (Age 30 years)
Birth of a daughter
#3
Winnifred Eva Pope
August 9, 1909 (Age 30 years)
Baptism of a daughterWinnifred Eva Pope
October 31, 1909 (Age 31 years)
Birth of a siblingUnknown Innes
before April 2, 1911 (Age 32 years)

Birth of a siblingUnknown Innes
before April 2, 1911 (Age 32 years)

Birth of a siblingUnknown Innes
before April 2, 1911 (Age 32 years)

Birth of a siblingUnknown Innes
before April 2, 1911 (Age 32 years)

Death of a siblingUnknown Innes
before April 2, 1911 (Age 32 years)

Death of a siblingUnknown Innes
before April 2, 1911 (Age 32 years)

Death of a siblingUnknown Innes
before April 2, 1911 (Age 32 years)

Death of a siblingUnknown Innes
before April 2, 1911 (Age 32 years)

Birth of a daughter
#4
Marguerite Kate Pope
September 2, 1911 (Age 32 years)
Birth of a son
#5
Robbert Ernest Victor Pope
March 30, 1916 (Age 37 years)
Death of a fatherJames Innes
May 12, 1916 (Age 37 years)
Burial of a fatherJames Innes
May 16, 1916 (Age 37 years)
Birth of a son
#6
Francis Gordon Pope
February 14, 1918 (Age 39 years)
Residence
Age: 42; Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Wife
June 1, 1921 (Age 42 years)
Arrival July 9, 1929 (Age 50 years)
Departure July 1929 (Age 50 years)
Departure September 21, 1929 (Age 51 years)
Arrival September 28, 1929 (Age 51 years)
Marriage of a childAlbert Victor JohnsonWinnifred Eva PopeView this family
May 2, 1932 (Age 53 years)
Death of a motherKate Coombs
February 6, 1946 (Age 67 years)
Burial of a motherKate Coombs
February 14, 1946 (Age 67 years)
Arrival June 22, 1948 (Age 69 years)
Departure June 1948 (Age 69 years)
Departure October 19, 1948 (Age 70 years)
Arrival October 25, 1948 (Age 70 years)
Death of a husbandWilliam Pope
July 17, 1954 (Age 75 years)
Burial of a husbandWilliam Pope
July 22, 1954 (Age 75 years)
Death of a brotherCyril Ernest Innes
September 15, 1958 (Age 80 years)
Death of a sisterFlorence Mary Ann Innes
June 20, 1960 (Age 81 years)

Death of a brotherReginald Victor Innes
March 6, 1964 (Age 85 years)
Death November 24, 1968 (Age 90 years)
Burial
Religion
Methodist

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: March 17, 1873Bethnal Green, Middlesex, England
9 months
elder sister
5 years
herself
3 years
younger sister
3 years
younger sister
22 months
younger sister
7 years
younger brother
5 years
younger brother
13 years
younger sibling
younger sibling
younger sibling
younger sibling
Family with William Pope - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: November 28, 1905Islington, London, England
5 months
daughter
2 years
son
William James Innes Pope
Birth: July 25, 1908 28 29Como, Quebec, Canada
Death: farm accidentAugust 11, 1997University of Alberta Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
1 year
daughter
2 years
daughter
Marguerite Kate Pope
Birth: September 2, 1911 31 32Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec, Canada
Death: August 24, 2008Ryley, Alberta, Canada
5 years
son
23 months
son

Immigration

Mrs. A Pope departed Liverpool on 1 Nov 1906 abort the Ionian. The vessel's destination was Montreal, Canada.

This is one of several possibilities.

Shared note

"Hat Maker: Amy would buy hat forms to make hats for family and friends. "Seamstress: Amy was a seamstress in England. The checker would put the button hole on the hook on the wall and pull down, if it tore the button hold had to be redone. Amy sewed most of the clothes for her family and herself. They would receive a box of used clothes from the Patterson's, Amy and her children would take the garments apart, and she would cut and sew new clothes for her family. Amy would take flour and sugar sacks apart, these were used for the inside lining of dresses and coats, some of these sacks she used for tea towels as well. "Farmer's wife: When pork was butchered Amy would fill a 5 gallon crock with pork chops, melt the lard and get it good and hot then cover the pork chops with the hot lard. Let it cool, cover the crock and place in the basement. This would keep the meat from spoiling. Amy would can beef, pork and chicken. "Mother: Amy had to deal with one of the most sorrowful decisions a young mother must make. To leave her new baby behind and come to Canada to start a new life with William. She passed on to her girls how to be good cooks and housekeepers. Amy raised five children who grew strong and healthy under her care. "Hobbies: Amy would knit mittens, gloves and socks for her family. Whe embroidered dresser scarves, pillow cases and lunch cloths that were for her home and also to be given as gifts. She made pictures in wool and framed them and gave to her family members. "Midwife: Amy would be called to help women deliver their children. Amy was across the road helping her neighbour Mrs Bertha Hostland give birth to a son, who was later named Lloyd. Amy came home and told Willie that there was a very sensible young girl there named Annie. "Sunday Breakfast: Amy would serve Finn and Haddie cooked in milk, bread and butter. Coffee was served on Sunday mornings only. "Sunday Dinner: Would be a beef or lamb roast, oven roasted potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, gravy and a vegetable. Suet pudding or apple pie for dessert. "After Retiring: In Vancouver BC Amy would visit with many old friends who had also retired there. In Ryley Alberta she had her family close by to visit and look after her. "Churches: In Alberta an Anglican church service was held once a month in the Bathgate school. Amy was one of the Sunday school teachers at Bathgate. She belonged to the United Charch Ladies Aid in Ryley Alberta. In later years Ernest Brown would take his mother Eva, Marge Westmancoat and Amy to the Anglican church service in Tofield Alberta. "Health: Amy had asthma, arthritis and high blood pressure. She had two operations, her gallbladder and appendix were removed before she moved to British Columbia. "In May 1952 Amy was in the hospital in New Westminster British Columbia with heart problems. Marguerite stayed two weeks with her father William during this time. "After Amy came back to Ryley Alberta to live, she developed foot problems in 1955 she was in the Tofield hospital to have her big toe nails removed. Tests at the hospital found that she had became diabetic. She took needles for a short shile, but she was allergic to them, the Doctor then put her on pills which she took till her death. "Buried: Forest Lawn Cemetery Burnaby British Columbia beside her husband William. In a April 5th 1954 letter to Tub, William states, "We have been and bought our two last beds, in the Forest Lawn Cemetery not far from Aberharts." William liked that they would be close to William Aberhart, who was the leader of the Social Credit Party, and Premier of Alberta." -- Pope Family Chronicles