Birth: September 9, 1939 — Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada
Cause of death (Facts Pg): Either heart attack or brain aneurysm. Mark found her the day after his birthday, wondering why she had not called him, as was her custom; she may have been dead a day or two.
Obituary: At her residence in London on Thursday, November 29th, 2007, Leda Gulis in her 69th year. Loved by her daughter Shelley Gulis (Howie) of London, loving aunt of Mark Mooney of London. Survived by her sister Anne Gallant (Gerry) of Glencoe. Predeceased by
Obituary 2: her parents Victor and Anne Gulis, twin sister Lena and brother Ed. Friends may call at Forest Lawn Memorial Chapel, 1997 Dundas Street at Wavell on Monday from 7-9 p.m. Funeral
Obituary 3: service in the chapel Tuesday, December 4th at 1 p.m. Interment in Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens. Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.
Death: November 29, 2007 — London, Ontario
Burial: December 4, 2007 — Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, London, Ontario
Birth: November 28, 1905 — Bosany, Austro Hungarian Empire
Immigration: Came to Canada with his father on SS Regina (White Star Line) to Quebec. Destination: father's friend S. Frolian (Fralian), 201 Karoline St. N. Hamilton. — October 12, 1923 — DECLARATION OF PASSENGER TO CANADA
Immigration: crossed over to England at Dover via Belgian RM — October 12, 1923 — UK OUTWARD BOUND PASSENGER LIST
Occupation: intent to be a farm worker permanently in Canada — October 12, 1923 — DECLARATION OF PASSENGER TO CANADA
Immigration: states he was 5 feet 7 inches, fair complexion, blonde hair, blue eyes. — May 10, 1924 — PRIMARY INSPECTION MEMO
Immigration: Buffalo. It staes he was travelling "by rowboat" with his father. (Family says being "smuggled.") Either he or his father had $40 on him/them. — May 10, 1924 — PRIMARY INSPECTION MEMO
Appearance: 1924 — PRIMARY INSPECTION MEMO states he was 5 feet 7 inches, fair complexion, blonde hair, blue eyes.
Immigration: June 8, 1928 — CANADIAN PASSENGER LIST Left Liverpool
Immigration: Arrived in Quebec City on Calgaric (White Star Line) with $25. He did not mention he had been in Canada before. — June 17, 1928 — CANADA PASSENGER LIST
Immigration: June 18, 1928 — CANADIAN PASSENGER LIST Travelled by CNR to 40472 (June 18 is possible date he left Quebec City.)