Riverside Mine

Roche Percee, Saskatchewan, Canada

The Riverside Mine

also known as “The Riverside Farmer's Mine”

Located in Roche Percee / Taylorton SK area, ca 1914

Owned by John F. Bulmer

John Francis Bulmer
b- June 6, 1862 in ON
d- May 6, 1944, in SK
buried in Bienfait Civic Cemetery, Bienfait SK

son of Henry Bulmer and Susan Kaylor

shown as a farmer in 1916 at Coalfields
moved to SK between 1901 and 1906

married Anne Harris Aug 9, 1886 in Toronto ON,
b- June 6, 1862, in ON, age 53 in 1916 (same day as her husband?)
d- Apr 17, 1926 in SK
buried in Bienfait Civic Cemetery, Bienfait SK

only child living with them in 1916
son- Henry A. Bulmer (Henery in 1901 census)
b- July 13, 1901 in ON

1901 a large family, living in Toronto ON
all children born in ON

son- James B. Bulmer
b- Sept 19, 1885
daughter- Carlane Bulmer
b- May 12, 1888
daughter- Mary Grace Bulmer
b- Nov 29, 1889 Sunnidale ON
d- Aug 29, 1972 in Ladner BC
daughter- Susan Bulmer
b- Nov 22, 1890
daughter- Annie Bulmer
b- Oct 10, 1891
daughter- Alice Bulmer
b- Jan 18, 1893
son- Private Francis Douglas Bulmer
b- Sept 24, 1896 in York, ON
d- June 13, 1916 in No12 Canadian General Hospital, Bramshott, Hampshire, England
buried in St. Mary The Virgin Churchyard
Served in WWI
Service No. 426567
46th Bn. Canadian Inf. (Saskatchewan Regiment)
daughter- Lile Bulmer
b- Sept 25, 1898


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