George Ogle Weekes and Ivy Hutton

George Ogle Weekes
11.6.1865 - 1.4.1929

Spouse: Ivy Mabel Carss Hutton
4.8.1876, Admaston - 11.21.1952

Marriage: 12.31.1897

Grave: George - Maple Vale Cemetery, Smiths Falls Ivy - Maple Vale Cemetery, Smiths Falls

George: Edward Fullerton Weekes and Mary Jane McAuley
Ivy: Henry Wilkinson Hutton and Lucy Ann Carss

Children: Frank Spencer, George Harold, Dorothy Jane, Ivy Isobel, Margaret Louise, Lucy Henrietta

Ivy and Family Photos
Marriage Certificate
Mariage Registration
Wedding Article (98K)
George Ogle Weekes' Birth Registry
George's Death Register
Ivy's Obituary

Perth Courier, January 7, 1898

008375-97 (Lanark Co) George Ogle? WEEKES, 32, clerk, not given, Smiths Falls, s/o Mary Jane & Edward FULLERTON, married Ivy Mabel HUTTON, 21, not given, Smiths Falls, d/o Lucy Ann & Henry W. AKINSON, witn: F.A. JONES & Emma LEVELL, not given 31 Dec 1897 at Smiths Falls

Ivy with Dorothy

Ivy, George Harold, Dorothy, Frank, George (1903)

George Harold, Dorothy, Frank

Clockwise from left: George Ogle Weekes, Isabel Weekes (Hamlet), Frank Spencer Weekes, George Harold Weekes, Ivy Mabel (Hutton) Weekes, Margaret Weekes (Callan), Lucy Henrietta Weekes (Davy), Dorothy Weekes (Armstrong)

George and Ivy

George (in center) at CPR, Smiths Falls

Isobel, ?, ?, Dot, Marg, Lucy, Grandpa Hutton

At Rideau Lake cottage 1924?. L-R George Harold, Dorothy, Isobel, Ivy, Margaret, Lucy.
George O. in front

Back: George O, George Albert MacGillivary, Grandpa Hutton
Front: Donald and Bob

George O is in the back row, third from left.

Cottage, 1912: George, Ivy, Bob Hanna, Ivy, Margaret, Mrs. Lila Scott-Hanna,
Lucy, Dorothy, Mona Louise MacGillivray (Ivy's sister), George Albert
MacGillivary (Mona's Husband)

This house is #5 Electric St. (now Montgomery Place) in Smiths Falls.
It was home to Bob and Don from about 1927/28 'till after WW 2.
It was built by Henry Hutton (Ivy's father) at about 1903. George Ogle
and Ivy lived there and raised some of their family there. Henry lived
there with Ivy, Don and Bob until 1935, the year of his death. It is
now a two apartment unit.