Philip Augustine Doyle
ID# 68, (1910-1972)
- Descendants of Michael Doyle (c1823-1878)
Descendants of Martin Dunn (died c 1847)
Descendants of John Hamilton (1797-1871)
Descendants of Michael Jordan (c 1801-bt 1863-1869)
Doyle was known as Gus. He was born on 20 November 1910 in New Westminster, British Columbia.1,2 He was the son of James Joseph Doyle and Mary Ann Hamilton.1 He married Anne McLuckie Alexander on 4 October 1937 in St Michael's Church, New Westminster, British Columbia.3 He was an inspector in Pacific Lumber Inspection Bureau between 1947 and 1972.2 He and Anne McLuckie Alexander lived in 1774 Emerson St, Victoria, British Columbia.4 He was left a widower when Anne McLuckie Alexander died on 15 May 1961.5 He died on 4 September 1972 of pneumonia, coronary artery disease and cancer of the pancreas in Victoria, British Columbia, at age 61.2 He was buried in Hatley Memorial Gardens, Victoria, British ColumbiaG, Garden of Devotion, plot 283 B2. There is no marker on his grave. His wife Annie and their daughter Sharon are in the same plot.2
Last Edited=23 Sep 2013
Children of Philip Augustine Doyle and Anne McLuckie Alexander
- [S85] Parish Register Entry, Baptism of Philip Augustine Doyle, St Peter's Church, New Westminster, British Columbia.
- [S353] Philip Augustine Doyle, Death Registration 1972-09-015845 (13 sep 1972), BC Vital Statistics Agency, Victoria, British Columbia.
- [S1698] Philip Doyle & Anne Alexander, Marriage Registration 37-09-452800 (5 Oct 1937), BC Archives, 655 Belleville Street, Victoria, British Columbia.
- [S1583] Sharon Marie Doyle, Death Registration 58-09-002449 (12 Feb 1958), BC Archives, 655 Belleville Street, Victoria, British Columbia.
- [S1582] Annie McLuckie (Alexander) Doyle, Death Registration 61-09-005709 (16 May 1961), BC Archives, 655 Belleville Street, Victoria, British Columbia.
- [S468] 1911 Census (New Westminster, British Columbia), Library & Archives Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, James Doyle household.
- [S1957] Mary Ann Doyle, 1921 Census (New Westminster, British Columbia), Pg 20, Lines 18-27, Library & Archives Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.
- [S1686] Doyle, Victoria Times Colonist (probably), Victoria, BC, c 17 May 1961.