1872 - 1924 (52 years)
||Jean Margaret Watt |
||29 Apr 1872
||Ontario, Canada 
||Jean trained as a nurse at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore MD and went to France in WWI with the American Expeditionary Force. She returned to Toronto in 1921 where she worked as a nurse. She remained single. |
||21 Jun 1924
||Toronto, York, Ontario, Canada 
||25 Jun 1924
||Prospect Cemetery, Toronto, York, Ontario, Canada [2, 3]
||Settlers of Highlands East
||30 Mar 2021 |
||Malcolm Watt, b. 24 May 1847, Renfrew, Ontario, Canada d. 5 Feb 1908, Cardiff, Haliburton, Ontario, Canada (Age 60 years) |
||Margaret Wilson, b. Abt 1846, Montague, Lanark, Ontario, Canada d. Jun 1889, Harcourt, Haliburton, Ontario, Canada (Age 43 years) |
||30 Oct 1869
||Admaston, Renfrew, Ontario, Canada
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- [S98] United States Veterans Administration Master Index, 1917-1940, (Ancestry.com).
- [S21] Ontario Canada Deaths, Reg# 03358-24, MS 935.
Died at Toronto General Hospital of pernicious anaemia.
- [S70] Toronto Trust Cemeteries Burial Registers 1826-1989, (Ancestry.ca), Prospect Cemetery, 1924, Page 91.
Burial #32206 - Buried in Veterans' section.Single Grave 7 2486. Plot owner: Alex Watt. Closest relation: Alex Watt of Cork, Minnesota.