Dolores Jane Isabel GRIFFIN, 18801965 (aged 84 years)

Name
Dolores Jane Isabel /GRIFFIN/
Given names
Dolores Jane Isabel
Surname
GRIFFIN
Also known as
Dolores Isabel /McCABE/
Birth
Emigration
Note: Frank and Dolores moved to Alberta Canada in 1912. Frank and his brothers took 3 carloads of farm supplies to Castor; Dolores and the children, Gene and Vin, followed shortly afterwards as is shown by the immigration entry at Gretna, Manitoba on the Canadian border.
Birth of a sister
Birth of a sister
Death of a paternal grandfather
Death of a paternal grandmother
after 1890 (aged 9 years)
Note: Jane was listed with her daughter Margaret Phair's family in Forwich in 1891 census of Ontario.
Death of a mother
Note: From: The DAILY HERALD, Grand Forks, May 26,1891

From: The DAILY HERALD, Grand Forks, May 26,1891

Sudden Death. The sad announcement is made of the death of Mrs. Ellen, wife of Thomas Griffin, a farmer residing in Rye township. Her death occurred yesterday morning at the residence of her sister, Mrs. Belle Millen, 1023 Cheyenne Ave, this city. Mrs. Griffin was nearly 37 years of age and her death from some lung trouble. The sympathies of the HERALD are extended to the bereaved friends.

Death of a maternal grandmother
Note: She is buried in Grand Forks Cemetery according to the Grand Forks Herald, May 7 1896, "The funeral of Grandma Milne takes place in Mekinock today."

She is buried in Grand Forks Cemetery according to the Grand Forks Herald, May 7 1896, "The funeral of Grandma Milne takes place in Mekinock today."

and

May 1 1896 article in Grand Forks Paper "Mrs (Grandma) Milne is very poorly with heart failure."

Residence
December 1904 (aged 24 years)
Note: According to article in Grand Forks Daily Herald Dolores was visiting GF from Thompson ND
Occupation
Note: According to article in Grand Forks Evening News Dolores was a teacher in Honeyford.

According to article in Grand Forks Evening News Dolores was a teacher in Honeyford.

Another article from 1903 stated that Dolly Griffin was a teacher in District 91 but had to be replaced because she suffered from an infection of her finger.

Religious marriage
Note: From Grand Forks Evening News, Nov 21 1907, "Mrs. WJ Watt and Misses Lottie and Margaret Griffin returned last evening from Larimore where they were guests yesterday at the wedding of Miss Dolores Griffin and Mr Frank McCabe, popular young people of that city."
Birth of a son
Birth of a son
Christening of a son
Birth of a daughter
Death of a father
Note: From Grand Forks Newspaper:

From Grand Forks Newspaper:

THOMAS GRIFFIN TO BE BURIED FRIDAY

Funeral services for Thomas Griffin, Kellys farmer, who died here Sunday, will be held at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon from the First Baptist church. Rev. A Sterling Barner pastor of the church will officiate. Burial will be made in Memorial Park Cemetery.

Miss Lottie Griffin of Watertown S.D., a daughter of the deceased arrived in the city Tuesday and another daughter , Miss Margaret Griffin of Portland Ore., is expected here Thursday or Friday to attend the funeral. Another daughter, Mrs. Frank McCabe of Rio Hondo, Texas, will be unable to attend the funeral, it was announced last evening.

Death of a sister
Burial of a sister
Event
Note: Dolores and the kids returned to Larimore from Castor before Frank did as in shown by these articles from Grand Forks Herald.
Death
Burial
Family with parents
father
tgriffin.jpg
18521924
Birth: March 19, 1852 36 31 Durham Co, Ontario, Canada
Death: January 13, 1924Grand Forks, North Dakota
mother
ellen.jpg
18541891
Birth: August 15, 1854 41 41 Ontario Canada
Death: May 25, 1891Grand Forks Co, North Dakota
Marriage MarriageJanuary 29, 1878Congregational Church, Howick, Huron Co, Ontario
3 years
herself
delores2.jpg
18801965
Birth: November 15, 1880 28 26 Grand Forks Co, North Dakota
Death: September 27, 1965San Benito, Cameron, Texas
-21 months
elder sister
CharlottaGriffinCropped.jpg
18791974
Birth: January 26, 1879 26 24 Howick, Huron Ontario
Death: March 17, 1974Portland Oregon
5 years
younger sister
FredaGriffinCropped.jpg
18841964
Birth: January 26, 1884 31 29 Grand Forks Co, North Dakota
Death: January 1, 1964Washington State
23 months
younger sister
MargaretRedmonOverFalls.jpg
18851991
Birth: December 30, 1885 33 31 Grand Forks Co, North Dakota
Death: July 28, 1991Portland Oregon
Family with Francis Peter McCABE
husband
frank1935.jpg
18771977
Birth: August 10, 1877 35 33 Lindsay, Ontario, Canada
Death: February 16, 1977Brownsville, Cameron, Texas
herself
delores2.jpg
18801965
Birth: November 15, 1880 28 26 Grand Forks Co, North Dakota
Death: September 27, 1965San Benito, Cameron, Texas
Religious marriage Religious marriageNovember 20, 1907Larimore, Grand Forks, North Dakota
11 months
son
4gener.jpg
19081996
Birth: October 9, 1908 31 27 Arvilla, Grand Forks, North Dakota
Death: February 5, 1996Universal City, Bexar, Texas
3 years
son
vin.jpg
19121981
Birth: February 18, 1912 34 31 Arvilla, Grand Fork Co., ND, USA
Death: October 27, 1981Brownsville, Cameron, Texas
18 months
daughter
beardens.jpg
19132010
Birth: August 17, 1913 36 32 Larimore, Grand Forks, ND
Death: April 2, 2010Houston, Tx
Birth
Death
Emigration

Frank and Dolores moved to Alberta Canada in 1912. Frank and his brothers took 3 carloads of farm supplies to Castor; Dolores and the children, Gene and Vin, followed shortly afterwards as is shown by the immigration entry at Gretna, Manitoba on the Canadian border.

Residence

According to article in Grand Forks Daily Herald Dolores was visiting GF from Thompson ND

Occupation

According to article in Grand Forks Evening News Dolores was a teacher in Honeyford.

Another article from 1903 stated that Dolly Griffin was a teacher in District 91 but had to be replaced because she suffered from an infection of her finger.

Religious marriage

From Grand Forks Evening News, Nov 21 1907, "Mrs. WJ Watt and Misses Lottie and Margaret Griffin returned last evening from Larimore where they were guests yesterday at the wedding of Miss Dolores Griffin and Mr Frank McCabe, popular young people of that city."

Event

Dolores and the kids returned to Larimore from Castor before Frank did as in shown by these articles from Grand Forks Herald.

Media object

This is probably the wedding picture of Frank and Dolores with their marriage witnesses - Ben McCabe and Maria Connolly