Morton, Rachel, 1909-2009

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Morton, Rachel, 1909-2009

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1909-2009

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Rachel Perot Wainwright was born in Vancouver, British Columbia on 25 November 1909, the daughter of Lumley Gregor (1863-1910) and Mary Haliburton (King) Wainwright (1866-1950). She was educated at the Halifax Ladies Academy and at St. Leonard's School in St. Andrew's, Scotland. Thereafter, she studied at King's College and the Halifax Conservatory of Music. She married Harry Stafford Morton on 15 July 1937. She was an active volunteer and was a founding member of the first Montreal Meals on Wheels service, a former president of the Montreal Volunteer Bureau, and she served with the National Council of Women. She died on 6 March 2009 in Halifax, Nova Scotia and was buried in Brookside Cemetery in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia.

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Morton, Harry, 1905-2001 (1905-2001)

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