|BUDD, Mabel Mary
Husband's funeral notice indicates that Mabel was still living at the time of his death.
Mabel married Bethuel BARRATT, son of Daniel BARRATT and Amy WHITE, in May 1920 in West Oxford, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.1 2 (Bethuel BARRATT was born in 1899 in Leamington, Warwickshire County, England, died on 24 Dec 1963 in Beachville, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada 6 and was buried in Dec 1963 in Harris Street Cemetery, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario.)
1 Woodstock Sentinel Review (26 May 1920, Woodstock, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada). Surety: 4. Barratt, Bethuel, and Budd, Mary, Marriage appeared in Sentinel Review (Woodstock), 26 May 1920, page 3, column 4.
Ontario Marriage Index, 1858-1899 (West Oxford, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada). Surety: 4. Name: Bethuel Barratt
Residence: West Oxford
Place of Birth: England
Marital Status: bachelor
Father: Daniel Barratt
Father's Birthplace: England
Mother: Amy White
Spouse Name: Mabel Mary Budd
Residence: West Oxford
Place of Birth: West Oxford
Marital Status: spinster
Occupation: at home
Father: Arthur J. Budd
Father's Birthplace: West Oxford
Mother: Clara Manzer
Place of Marriage: West Oxford
Date of Marriage: 19 May 1920
Married By: F.J. Fydell
Witnesses: A.D. Barratt, Ingersoll; Edna Budd, Beachville.
3 1911 Canadian Census, Sub-district 28, Oxford West, Oxford South County, Ontario, Canada. Surety: 4. Lists Arthur Budd (age 52, b. Aug 1857, Ontario), wife Clara (age 48, b. Mar 1862, Ontario) and children Albert (age 27, b. Jan 1885, Ontario), Edith (age 20, b. Oct 1890, Ontario), Wilbert (age 18, b. Aug 1892, Ontario), Frank (age 14, b. Mar 1897, Ontario), Edna (age 12, b. Nov 1898, Ontario) and Mable (age 10, b. Nov 1900, Ontario), living in West Oxford, Ontario. Arthur is listed as a "farmer," and indicates he is methodist. Clara indicates that she is baptist, and the children are listed as methodist. Working as a "laborer" on the farm next door is son Vernon Budd (age 21, b. Nov 1890 [erroneous], Ontario).
4 1901 Canadian Census, Oxford West, Oxford South County, Ontario. Repository: Ancestry. Surety: 4. Lists Arthur J. Budd (age 43, b. 3 Aug 1857, Ontario), wife Clara J. (age 37, b. 1 Mar 1864, Ontario) and children Albert E. (age 17, b. 31 Jan 1884, Ontario), Ethel B. (age 14, b. 25 Oct 1886, Ontario), Vernon C. (age 12, b. 16 Nov 1888, Ontario), Edith A. (age 10, b. 10 Oct 1890, Ontario), Wilbert W. (age 8, b. 30 Aug 1892, Ontario), Harry E. (age 6, b. 13 Sep 1894, Ontario), Frank R. (age 4, b. 17 Mar 1897, Ontario), Edna M. (age 2, b. 21 Nov 1898, Ontario) and Mabel M. (age 4 mos, b. 20 Nov 1900, Ontario), living in West Oxford, Ontario.
Ontario Canada Births, 1869-1907 (West Oxford, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada: 1900). Surety: 4. Budd, Mabel Mary
Date of Birth: 20 Nov 1900
Place of Birth: West Oxford, Oxford County, Ontario
Name of Father: Arthur J. Budd
Name of Mother: Clara Manzer
6 Ingersoll Tribune (Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada). Surety: 4. DEATH NOTICE: BETHUEL BARRATT DIES IN 65TH YEAR Following an illness of two weeks a well known and highly esteemed resident of Beachville in the person of Bethuel Barratt passed away in Alexandra Hospital, on Tuesday, December 24th, 1963. Mr. Barratt, who was in his 65th year, was born in England, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Barratt, coming to Canada with his parents at an early age residing in West Oxford [township]. In 1920 her married the former, Mabel Budd, and farmed in the township for a number of years, later moving to Beachville where he had resided for the past 35 years and for 28 years had been an employed of the Cyanamid of Canada, Ltd. A member of the Beachville United Church, Mr. Barratt was also a member of St. John's Lodge, No. 68 and his cheerful and kindly nature had won for him a very large circle of friends. Left to mourn the passing of a dearly loved husband and father are his widow, three daughters, Mrs. Vern Dennis [Edna] of Fort Garry, Manitoba; Mrs. Howard Riley [Marion] of Ingersoll; Mrs. Mel Armstrong [Reta] of Beachville; and one son, Danny of Ingersoll. Also surviving is one brother, A. D. Barratt of Jacksonville, Florida and one sister, Mrs. T. H. Marshall [Amy] of London, England. Mr. Barratt rested at the McBeath Funeral Home, 246 Thames St. S., where service was held on Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with Rev. Stewart Miner of Beachville United Church officiating. The large attendance of relatives, neighbours and other friends and the profusion of beautiful floral offerings, bore tribute to the high esteem in which Mr. Barratt was held. Temporary entombment was in the Ingersoll Mausoleum with interment later in the Harris Street Cemetery. The casket bearers who also acted as flower bearers were William Sutherland, Lloyd Butterworth, George Sancham, Thomas Watmough, H. Lambert and H. E. Barrett. On Thursday evening a Masonic Memorial service was held at the funeral home at 7:30 o'clock under the auspices of St. John's Lodge, No. 68, with Wor. Master H. A. Lambert and J. W. Dean in charge. There was large attendance of brethren.