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Sarah Sinton (Sally)
 Born
5 May 1907 - Auchinairn, Lanarkshire, Scotland, United Kingdom - [ s889 ]
 Died
13 February 1934 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada - [ s1086 ]
 Buried
16 February 1934 - Prospect Cemetery, 1450 St. Clair Avenue West, Toronto, Canada - [  s1086 ]
 Father
Born 26 January 1872 - Died 12 May 1923
 Mother
Born 23 January 1869 - Died 11 January 1937
 Spouse
Born 22 June 1901 - Died 6 January 1986
 Married
9 February 1929 - Cooke's Presbyterian Church, York County, Toronto, Province of Ontario, Canada - [ s3643 ]
 Child 1
Details Withheld
 Child 2
Details Withheld
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GENERAL NOTES
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Sarah Sinton (1907 - 1934) and brother Robert (1901 - 1962)
Photograph circa 1923. Digitally colour tinted by Bob Sinton 2003.

Sarah was born 5th May 1907 at 0 hours 10 minutes AM in 79 Weir's Place, Auchinairn, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Her birth was registered on 13th May 1907 by her father.
[RFSS Jun 2006]

Birth Certificate of Sarah Sinton - 5 May 1907
Birth Certificate of Sarah Sinton - 5 May 1907
[RFSS May 2014]

Sometime between her father's death and 1927, Sarah came to Ireland with her mother and lived in Quality Hill, Laurelvale, Co. Armagh where she met Rueben Wilson of Bannfoot, Co. Armagh.

Reuben went to Canada, arriving in Halifax, Nova Scotia on 3rd April 1927, and when he had become established Sarah went to join him.
[RFSS Dec 2003]

CANADIAN IMMIGRATION RECORDS
Surname: Sinton
Given name: Sarah
Age: 21
Sex: F
Nationality: Ir
Date of arrival: 1928/05/06 (YYYY/MM/DD)
Port of arrival: Québec, Québec
Ship: MONTCALM, Canadian Pacific
Reference: RG76 - IMMIGRATION, series C-1-a
Volume: 1928 volume 3
Page: 158
Microfilm reel: T-14741
[RFSS Sep 2004]

Montcalm
Montcalm, sister of Montrose II and Montclare, was built by John Brown & Co, Glasgow and was launched in 1920. She made her Liverpool-Halifax-St. John maiden voyage on 17 January 1922. On the return leg, she rescued 23 members of the crew of the Norwegian steamer Mod.
In 1928, she was sent to Harland & Wolff, Belfast, for the installation of new single reduction turbines. When she returned to service in March 1929, she was placed on the Southampton-Canada route. She also made some Antwerp-Canada, Hamburg-Canada and Liverpool-Canada sailings over the next few years. In 1930, Montcalm made one of only two calls Canadian Pacific ever made at Reykjavik, Iceland.
By 1932, Montcalm was used principally for cruising out of Liverpool, but continued to make occasional Atlantic crossings out of Antwerp, Southampton and Liverpool. Her last crossing, from Liverpool, was in April 1939. When World War II began in September, the ship was taken over and renamed RMS Wolfe. Wolfe served successively as an armed merchant cruiser (1939), a troop transport (1941), a submarine depot ship (1942) and a destroyer depot ship (1943). Purchased by the Admiralty in 1942, she never returned to Canadian Pacific, but was laid up in 1950 and sold for breaking up in 1952.
Haws states that the renaming of Montcalm was necessary to avoid confusion with a French cruiser of that name. The selection of Wolfe as the new name, though, appears to have been quite deliberate. Major General James Wolfe and the Marquis de Montcalm were the opposing commanders in the Battle of Québec (13 September 1759), during which they both were killed. Québec was the decisive battle of the French and Indian War, which solidified British control of Canada and the end of French rule there.
Sources: Bonsor's North Atlantic Seaway; Haws' Merchant Fleets; Encyclopaedia Britannica.

Picture of Canadian Pacific S.S. Montcalm
Canadian Pacific S.S. "Montcalm"Gross Tonnage 16,418
[RFSS Sep 2004]

Ontario Deaths,1869-1937 and Overseas Deaths, 1939-1947
Name: Sarah Wilson
Event: Death
Event Date: 13 Feb 1934
Event Place: Toronto, , Ontario
Gender:
Age: 26
Estimated Birth Year: 1908
Father: John Sinton
Mother: Emma
Spouse: Reuben Wilson
Reference Number: 002149
Film Number: 1837901
Digital Folder Number: 4530327
Image Number: 01177
[RFSS Jun 2011]

Death Certificate of Sarah Sinton Wilson 1907 - 1934
Death Certificate of Sarah Sinton Wilson 1907 - 1934
[RFSS May 2014]
MARRIAGE NOTES
Wedding of Reuben Wilson and Sarah Sinton - 9 February 1929Reuben Wilson 1901 - 1986Sarah Wilson née Sinton<br />1907 - 1934James Bill BestmanAnna Bill Bridesmaid
Wedding of Reuben Wilson and Sarah Sinton - 9 February 1929
Photograph courtesy of Emma Stewart (née Wilson), England.
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Marriage Details of Reuben Wilson and Sarah Sinton - 9 February 1929
Marriage Details of Reuben Wilson and Sarah Sinton - 9 February 1929
[RFSS Sep 2014]
SOURCES
[ s889 ] Birth Registration - General Register Office for Scotland - GROS-B1907-626-A1-0070
[ s1086 ] Death Certificate - Province of Ontario - Certificate of Registration of Death - Ref 002149 - Sarah Wilson - Date of Death February 13, 1934 - DC1934-13-02-SW
[ s3643 ] Marriage Registration - Canadian Marriage of Reuben Wilson and Sarah Sinton on 9 February 1929 in Cooke's Presbyterian Church, York County, Toronto, Province of Ontario, Canada - Reference number: 1483 - MR1929-09-02-RW-SS
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