Bellamy, Ruth Catherine

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Bellamy, Ruth Catherine

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      • Ruth Catherine Allen

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      Ruth Catherine Allen was born in 1918 in Cramahe Township, the daughter of Durwood and Beatrice Allen (nee Hennessey). The Durwood Allen family lived on a farm in the Castleton, Ontario area. Ruth attended Peterborough Normal School in 1938 attaining her Teachers Certificate. During the course of her teaching career she taught in Morganston, Frankford, Napanee and South Cramahe Public Schools.

      Ruth and Kenneth married 30 June 1947 in Brighton, Ontario. They had two daughters, Mary Margaret and Kathryn Ann, and lived in the community of Salem. Ruth died in a car accident on June 29, 1979. After her death, Ken married Joyce Blakley. Joyce died in 1985 and Ken in 2007.

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      Allen-Bellamy family

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      Bellamy, Kenneth Charles (1919-2007)

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      Bellamy, Kenneth Charles is the spouse of Bellamy, Ruth Catherine

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      30 June 1947

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