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Hilda Mae (May?) Fish

Hilda Mae (May?) Fish

Posted: 1354156612000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Ronquist, Gossett, Fish
My great grandmother was born September 11, 1909 in West Virginia, and passed away in Vancouver on May 22, 1953. Her parents were William P. Fish and Anna Gossett. Any information about Hilda would be terrific. I have names and dates of her ancestors, but any actual information on Hilda's life or death, I am very interested in. Thank you.

Re: Hilda Mae (May?) Fish

Posted: 1354198946000
Classification: Query

Marriage to Roy RONQUIST on 6 Jun 1933.



Was her surname DRYBOROUGH when she died?

Death registration for Hilda May DRYBOROUGH, born 11 Sep 1909, died 22 May 1953 - parents given as Albert FISH and Anne ROBERTSON. The informant was her sister, maybe Violet? Irene BLAIR. I'm sorry, but the details of her death are distressing.

Family search has Hilda's parents as Albert FISH and May ROBERTSON, and her spouse as William DRYBOROUGH.

name: Hilda May Dryborough
event: Death
event date: 22 May 1953
event place: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
gender: Female
age: 43
marital status: Married
birth date: 11 Sep 1909
birthplace: Vancouver, British Columbia
father: Albert Fish
mother: May Robertson
spouse: William Dryborough
indian band/tribe:
british columbia archives film number: B13216
film number: 2032875
digital folder number: 004438078
image number: 00426
registration number: 53-09-005913

Re: Hilda Mae (May?) Fish

Posted: 1354203958000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1354235294000
No headstone photo or date - Hilda M DRYBOROUGH is buried at Mountain View.;

She was identified in the newspaper as Hilda May DAIGNEAULT, which is strange since her death reg. says DRYBOROUGH. I can post the articles if you want, or send me your email address.

Re: Hilda Mae (May?) Fish

Posted: 1354223032000
Classification: Query
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Re: Hilda Mae (May?) Fish

Posted: 1354231631000
Classification: Query
I can't thank you enough for your help! I've been so curious for years about Hilda and I finally have some answers. It's nice to know that theres people out there that are willing to help with a strangers quest. Thank you thank you thank you!
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