Family: Frederick Joseph HARMAN/Elizabeth Ruth CAMPBELL (F1145)

m. 14 Feb, 1941


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    Frederick Joseph HARMAN

    Born  04 July 1916  Heaslip, Ontario, Canad Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died  09 Jan 2000  New Liskeard, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location
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    Married  14 Feb, 1941  Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location
    Father  George Frederick HARMAN | F1139 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Cordelia Llewellyn TELLIER | F1139 Group Sheet 

    Elizabeth Ruth CAMPBELLMother | Female
    Elizabeth Ruth CAMPBELL

    Born  22 Feb. 1920  Campbell Farm, Heaslip, Eventurel Township, Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died  12 April 2007  Trillium Court Lodge, Kincardine,Ontario, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location
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  • Notes 
    • Obituary from The Temiskaming Speaker:
      Frederick Joseph Harman of New Liskeard died suddenly at the Temiskaming Hospital on June 9, 2000.

      Mr. Harman was born in Heaslip Township on July 4, 1916 to George and Cordelia Harman. Educated at Evanturel Township Public School, he worked for a local lumber company and owned a market garden. On February 14, 1941 he married Elizabeth (Lily) in Kirkland Lake.

      Mr. Harman was a dedicated husband and father of five children. He loved being surrounded by his family and friends. He was well respected by those who knew him in the work place, his church and community. He was also a faithful member of the Haileybury Pentecostal Assembly.

      Mr. Harman is survived by his wife Lily, son Steve (wife Iris Wark), daughter Joyce (Morley McNeil), son Glen (Hope Babcock), daughter Bonnie (Robert Hobbs), son Dale (Sherrilyn Houghton), 12 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren; and by his brother Syd and sisters Dora and Elsie.

      He was predeceased by his brother Floyd.

      Funeral arrangements were made by Perrin Funeral Chapel with the service conducted at Haileybury Pentecostal Assembly by Reverend Sam Sibly.

      Pallbearers were grandchildren Laurie and Murray Harman, Jeff and Matthew Harman, Scott and Calvin McNeil, Honourary Pallbearers were Jim Harman, Ken Walker, Leo St. Don, Fred Ball, Ira Kraynyk and Bob Nobes.

      Eulogies were delivered by his sons Stephen, Glen and Dale Harman with solo by granddaughter Kerry Hobbs, accompanied by grandson Laurie Harman on piano.

      Burial is at the New Liskeard Cemetery.

      Friends and family attending the service came from Kincardine, Whitby, the Ottawa area, Cobourg, Toronto, and the Englehart and Tri-Town area.
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      Fred and Lily were married in Kirkland Lake, Ontario Canada. Fred worked on the Harman farm where their first son Stephen was born Dec. 17, 1941. Fred went to Toronto for the spring work. He had a house on the farm in Toronto at Todd Morden Mills. He went south on a truck with their belongings. Lily and son Stephen went down on the train in May 1943 to join Fred. Joyce was born June 19, 1943 in Toronto.

      Colleen Campbell, Lily's sister, was working in Toronto doing housekeeping before Fred and Lily moved down. She went to the farm at Todd Morden Mills often to visit. Later Colleen worked in a factory.

      A second son, Glen, was born in Toronto. Fred and Lily moved back to New Liskeard and bought a farm on Highway 65 from Charlie McRoberts, Lily's brother-in-law. The family lived in a small house that used to be a garage while building a house. Stephen started school. It was a cozy little house. The kids walked two miles with other area kids to the public school at Chester's Corners.

      A second daughter, Bonnie, was born at Georgina McRobert's house. Aunt Gena's house was located where the Highway 11 overpass is now. Later Madouse Ayotte bought the house and moved it to its present location.