Sears, Marian

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Sears, Marian

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Charles Sears, 1847-?, moved from Topeka, Kansas, USA in 1910 to settle near Nanton, Alberta. He and his wife, Marian Williams Lockhart, 1862-?, had six children, Wilbur, Warren, Snow, Harold, John and Gertrude. Marian was a charter member of the Nanton United Farm Women of Alberta (UFWA), director of the Macleod constituency UFWA in 1918, provincial vice-president in 1919 and provincial president, 1920-1924. Snow was secretary of the Nanton local of the United Farmers of Alberta (UFA) for a number of years and was on the provincial executive.


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