Barteaux, Vance Frederick: Service no. 415180

Digitized Service Record

Source: Per post at Twitter from Annette Fulford @avidgenie .


From Advocate Harbour, Nova Scotia. A lighthouse keeper after the war.

Private Vance Frederick Barteaux and Sinar Allice (Gallager) Barteaux. She served with Queen Mary’s Auxiliary Army Corp from February 1918 to February 1919. The married in 1919 and travelled back to Canada together on the SS Melita in September 1919. Circa 1918. Used with permission from Age of Sail Heritage Centre and Museum.
Vance Frederick Barteaux and daughter. Circa 1940-50. Used with permission from Age of Sail Heritage Centre and Museum.
Annotation 2020-09-09 183801

Son’s Obituary

OBITUARY: Frederick Barteaux
Parrsboro – Frederick John Barteaux, 64, Fox River, Cumberland County, died
Saturday at home.

Born in Advocate, he was a son of Mrs. Sinar (Gallagher) Barteaux and the
late Vance Barteaux.

He retired after 20 years with the Royal Canadian Navy, followed by work
with Bedford Institute of Oceanography.

He was secretary of Minas Lodge, AF and AM, Parrsboro, and a member of
Knights of Pythias, Victoria Lodge #17, Port Greville.

He was also a member of Parrsboro Shore Historical Society.

Besides his mother, he is survived by his wife, Lida Wheaton; two daughters,
Phyllis (Mrs. Robert Gates), Edmonton, Alta.; and Mary-Lou (Mrs. Richard
Koppers), Dartmouth; two sons, Vance, Edmonton, Alta.; and Richard,
Dartmouth; a step-son, George Wheaton, Port Greville; a sister, Florence
(Mrs. John Den Ouden), Niagara Falls, Ont.; four brothers, Douglas,
Victoria, B.C.; Alpin, Trenton; Walter, Advocate; and Millard, Gimili, Man.;
two grandchildren, three step-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by a brother, Watson.

The body is in Smith’s Funeral Home, Parrsboro, and will be transferred to
Port Greville Baptist Church Tuesday, where funeral will be 2 p.m.
Wednesday, Rev. Eric Miner officiating, with burial in Riverside Baptist

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to any charity.

Chronicle Herald, Monday, December 10, 1984, pg.24

Source: Dave Winter, 3 Nov 2015

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