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Elaine Ramsay

Elaine Ramsay

Lieu de naissance : Tyne Valley, Ile du Prince-Édouard, Canada
Date de naissance : 11 octobre 1927

Lieu de décès : Charlottetown, Ile du Prince-Édouard, Canada
Date de décès : 6 mai 2012

At Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Sunday, May 6, 2012, of Elaine Nina Ramsay of Corrigan Lodge, Charlottetown formerly of Tyne Valley aged 84, wife of the late Lyman Ramsay. Born in Tyne Valley, on Oct. 11, 1927, daughter of the late Stenning and Reby (Milligan) Williams.
Dear mother to Shelton (Joan Millar), Powassan, Ont.; Millicent “Millie” (Ralph) Gray, Miramichi, N.B.; Marilyn (John) Lane, Stouffville, Ont.; and Grant Douglas (Debbie) Cobden, Ont. Loving grandmother to 10 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Elaine is survived by sisters Holly MacCaull, Toronto, Ont.; Carol Joy, Charlottetown; and her brother Doug (Angie) Williams, Guelph, Ont. She is also survived by sisters-in-law Doris Williams, Charlottetown; Jen Ramsay, Summerside; Mildred (Grant) Mollison, Summerside; Evelyn Ramsay, Tyne Valley; and by her Aunt, Reby Milligan, Tyne Valley. Predeceased by her parents, husband, Lyman Ramsay (1974), daughter-in-law Heather Ramsay, grandson Jeff Lane, sister Frances and brothers Lloyd, Junior, Orville, Harry and Vernon. Resting at the Ferguson Tyne Valley Funeral Chapel with visiting hours Friday 6 to 8 p.m. Funeral will be held in the Chapel at 10: a.m. on Saturday. Interment to follow in the Tyne Valley Presbyterian Church Cemetery. In memory of Elaine, donations to Tyne Valley Presbyterian Church or Cemetery Fund would be appreciated.
www.fergusonsfh.com


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