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Bott, George Sr. - Formerly of Welland, at his residence Linhaven Home for the Aged, St. Catharines, on Tuesday, October 12, 2004, in his 97th year. Beloved husband of the late Bertha Bott. Cherished father of George H.V. Bott and Kingsley K. Bott (Darlene), all of Port Colborne and Edward F. Bott (Brenda) of St. Catharines. Lovingly remembered by many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Also predeceased by two brothers, Frank and Harold Bott and his daughter-in-law Doreen Bott (2003). Born in Darlston, England, Mr. Bott moved to Welland in 1945, taking employment with the former Welmet Industries, as superintendent. Mr. Bott was a former member of Copestone Masonic Lodge #373, Welland, joining the Masonic Order in Trois Rivers, Quebec. He was a member of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, a founding member of the Brotherhood of Anglican Churchmen and for years was the custodian of Smith Street Anglican Cemetery. As well Mr. Bott was a past president of the Welland Riding Progressive Conservatives. Funeral services will be private family with interment in Overholt Cemetery, Port Colborne (Bethel). As expressions of sympathy, donations to Holy Trinity Church would be deeply appreciated by the family, with cards available at the H.L. CUDNEY FUNERAL HOME, 241 West Main Street, Welland, who are in care of the funeral arrangements. - 10/14/2004


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George & Bertha

George & Bertha Bott (left c.1929, right c.2000)
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Bertha Bott
(March 3, 1905 - May 29, 2001)
George Bott (December 20, 1907 - October 12, 2004)

George and Bertha Bott are my grandparents.

George Jeavons Bott was born December 20, 1907 in England (although, as he likes to tell the story, he was conceived in Winnipeg, Manitoba).

In 1929, George picked up what few belongings he had and came to Canada. It was in Rosemount, Quebec (near Montreal) that he met Bertha Woolgar while on the way to the circus.

Wanting to have his picture taken with this beautiful young woman, George came out with his best line, "Vous voulez poser avec moi?"

Not speaking a word of French, Bertha replied, "I'm not French!!"

And so their courtship began. Once George met Bertha's mother, he knew he was a "dead duck", as he likes to put it.

On October 5, 1929, George and Bertha married and 9 months (and 10 minutes) later, George Jr. was born.

George and Bertha would go on to have two more children, Kingsley and Edward (plus a few dogs along the way: Shadow, Peter and Sandy among others).

 

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