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Beryl Aldeen (nee Burkett) and Albin were divorced III 1986. (See Tinkler, William)

Darwin Brnce Mayor is the oldest son of Albin and Beryl Mayor. Darwin and Darlene (McGillis) and their daughter, Brittany Amber, born November 7, 1986, reside in Red Deer, AB. Darwin worked for some time at Fletchers Plant and is now employed as Power Engineer at the Dairyland Milk Processing Plant in Wetaskewin, AB.

Delmar Winchell Mayor is the second son of Albin and Beryl Mayor. Delmar and Sherry have two daughters. Jennifer Lynn was born on January 23, 1984, while they were living in Penhold, AB. The following year they moved to Brandon, MB, where Kristina Dawn was born on March 9, 1986. They subsequently moved to St. Norbert where Delmar established Midland Freight Systems. Delmar and Sherry were divorced in 1999. Delmar and his fiancee, Marie Klassen, and her daughter, Julie, live on an acreage just north of Winnipeg.

Cameron Albin Mayor is the youngest son of Albin and Beryl. Cameron took his Journeyman Mechanics Course at the Minnedosa Collegiate. He subsequently worked at Canadian Motors in Brandon, Jim's Service in Clear Lake, McTavish's and Tundra Buggy, and as Supervisor of the Government Garage in Churchill. From there, he went up to Whale Cove, WT for a year. On returning to Winnipeg, he worked for Delmar for some time before going to work for New Flyer Industries, where he travelled throughout the USA and Canada giving training sessions on the maintenance and repair of Flyer Buses. In 1999, he relocated to Calgary, AB where he is a Western Canada Representative and Power Train Specialist for Volvo Trncks.


Weldon Scott Mayor was born in the Zahara house, on NE 1126-20-19, on September 1, 1931. He was the youngest child, in a family of 8, born to Harry and Ida Mayor. He attended Clear Creek School and excelled in track and field and softball. After completing elementary school, he worked at various jobs. He was an assistant to Mr. Steve Verbewsky in the Pool Elevator in Sandy Lake. Later, he worked for the Eden brothers in constrnction. He also worked for Manitoba Hydro from 1956 to 1962, and resided in Erickson on the comer of Centre Avenue and 3rd Street SW.

On October 22, 1955 he married Margaret Mackie, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mackie of Ste. Rose. Margaret was born at Uno, MB, and attended the Turtle River School. Margaret's parents were of Scotch descent, and have many relatives in Scotland.

In 1962, Weldon answered an advertisement in the newspaper from the City of Calgary. His application was accepted and the family moved to Calgary. He worked there until his retirement. His one specific chore while working there was the Christmas lighting of the city.

Weldon and Margaret have three daughters. Maxine was born in Brandon on July 30, 1956, and now is employed by an oil company in Alberta. Laurie was born in Erickson on March 12, 1958, and operates her own Beauty Salon in Calgary. Colleen was born in Erickson on January 8, 1962, and now works with Laurie in the Salon. Weldon and Margaret are enjoying their retirement, trav­ elling, camping and winters in the south.


Doris and Winchell Mayor

Winchell Herbert Mayor was born in Gladstone, MB on June 1, 1921, the fourth child in the family of eight born to Harry and Ida Mayor. In March 1925, the family moved to Crawford Park. Winchell received his education at the Clear Creek School, where he excelled in sports. On October 4, 1939, he enlisted in the PPCLl, and was sent overseas in December 1939. He was a Dispatch Rider, and served in England, Sicily, Italy and the western front. In Italy, he was severely injured when shot by a sniper. He was discharged from the army on January 6, 1946.

On April 7, 1945, he married Doris Joan Ebsworth, of Brighton, England. Winchell remained in England and, for a few years, they operated a Beauty Salon, where Winchell was the Barber and Doris the Hairdresser. Then they began managing English pubs.

In 1973 they moved to Canada and resided in Erickson at 24, 1st Street. Doris passed away on March 30, 1980, and Winchell passed away on Febrnary 19, 1990. They are buried in the Crawford Park Cemetery.