NameDonald Edward George SCRIMSHAW , 3C1R
Birth4 Jan 1923, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Baptism21 Jan 1923
Death16 Nov 2012, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
BurialMount Royal Cemetery, Montreal, Quebec
OccupationDesigner
FatherHerbert SCRIMSHAW (1890-1970)
MotherGeorgina MILLS (1892-1951)
Notes for Donald Edward George SCRIMSHAW
From Quebec Vital records, St Michael the Arcangel, Montreal, Quebec, Catholic.
The twenty-first of January, one thousand nine hundred and twenty - three, the undersigned priest, have baptized Donald Edward George, born the fourth, instant, lawful son of Herbert Scrimshaw, stenographer, and Georgina Mills of this parish. The sponsors were Paul Robert, his wife, Dalila Chalifaux?, of Quatremont, who with the father have signed with ?? ??? ???.

Other information from Lea Ann Simpson’s web site on trees.ancestry.co.uk

UK Incoming passenger Lists
Departed Montreal arrived London on the Briarwood August 24 1934
Georgina Scrimshaw, age 41, proposed address 16 Birchwood Street Bexley Heath, Kent, housewife, permanent resident of Canada,
Anthony Herbert Scrimshaw, age 17 and
Donald Edward George Scrimshaw, age 9.

UK Outward passenger Lists
Departed Liverpool, England, November 6, 1939 on the Newfoundland, destination Halifax, Canada
Georgina Scrimshaw, age 47 last address in UK 22 Oxford Avenue, St. Albans, Herts, housewife.
Donald E. G. Scrimshaw, age 15.

Canada Voters Lists 1968
9150 Boulevard Gouin Ouest, Dollard, Quebec
Herbert Scrimshaw
Donald Scrimshaw, designer

Obituary
Montreal Gazette
SCRIMSHAW, Donald
1923 - 2012
Passed away peacefully in Montreal on November 16, 2012 at the age of 89 at St.Mary's Hospital. Donald was a generous and caring soul and will be sorely missed and remembered by his niece Carol, nephews Ian, Andrew, Robbie and his friend Susan. A celebration of his life will be held at Collins, Clarke MacGillivray White Chapel at 5610 Sherbrooke St. West on Wednesday, November 21 at noon. Family and friends will receive your condolences one hour prior to the service which will be followed by the burial at the Mount Royal Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, a donation in Donald's name to the SPCA, the Montreal Oral School for the Deaf or the Welcome Hall Mission would be greatly appreciated.

Published in The Gazette on November 20, 2012
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