Fraser Adam Waugh

Male1 January 1905–29 March 1986

Brief Life History of Fraser Adam

When Fraser Adam Waugh was born on 1 January 1905, in Fielding, Bristol, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada, his father, James Thomas Waugh, was 28 and his mother, Mary Jane Hopkins, was 29. He married Verna McDougal on 24 October 1925. They were the parents of at least 1 son. He lived in Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada in 1911. He died on 29 March 1986, in Bath, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada, at the age of 81, and was buried in Bristol Free Baptist Church Cemetery, Bristol, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada.

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Family Time Line

Fraser Adam Waugh
1905–1986
Verna McDougal
1908–2011
Marriage: 24 October 1925
Oral Adam Waugh
1928–1994

Sources (7)

  • Frasher Waugh in household of James Waugh, "Canada Census, 1911"
  • Fraser Waugh, "New Brunswick, Provincial Returns of Births and Late Registrations, 1810-1906"
  • Frasher Waugh, "Maine, Marriage Index, 1892-1966, 1977-1996"

Spouse and Children

  • Marriage
    24 October 1925
  • Children (1)

    Parents and Siblings

    Siblings (7)

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    World Events (3)

    1937 · Miramichi Strike

    Age 32

    August 20, 1937, the Miramichi lumber strike took place. Over 1,500 millworkers and longshoremen struck 14 lumber firms for wage increases.

    1955 · Recorder Low Temperature

    Age 50

    In 1955, New Brunswick broke the record with a freezing temperature of -47.2° C, in Sisson Dam

    1982

    Age 77

    Canada Act is passed. The United Kingdom transfers final legal powers over Canada. The country adopts its new constitution, which includes a charter of rights.

    Name Meaning

    Scottish: nickname from Middle English wale ‘foreigner, Britone’ (in a form reflecting the final consonant of Anglian Old English walh), a word applied by the Northumbrians to Strathclyde Britons, in the same way that Gaelic Gall was applied by Highlanders to Lowlanders. The word usually denoted speakers of Celtic or Romance languages.

    Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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