Harvey Walter Sharpe
- Born: 6 Dec 1869, Campbellton, New Brunswick 1
- Marriage: Malvina Smith on 30 Sep 1890 in St. Flavie, Quebec
- Died: 7 Jul 1951, Quebec City, Quebec at age 81 1
- Buried: Campbellton Rural Cemetery, N.B.
Newspaper obituary of 1951 from Campbellton paper reads:"Funeral of
H.W. Sharpe Held Yesterday"
The many friends and relatives here will learn with regret of the
passing of Mr. Harvey W. Sharpe at Jeffrey Hale Hospital in Quebec
City on Saturday, July 7th.
Funeral services here were conducted Monday at St. Barnabas Chapel,
Quebec, with the Rev. Chas. Campbell officiating.
Funeral services here were conducted at the home of H.V. Ramsay on
Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. by Rev. J.E. Munson, assisted by the
Campbellton First United Church Choir.
The hymns sung were "The Lord is My Shepherd" and "The Sands of
Time are Sinking."
Mr. Sharpe, who was in his 82nd year was born in Campbellton where
he entered the service of the old Intercolonial Railway and by
marked ability attainted the position of Superintendent of Motive
Power and Car Equipment with headquarters at Quebec. Retiring some
years ago he remained in Quebec City.
The pallbearers were: A.H. Ingram, S.H. Jamieson, H.G. Millicam,
A.J. Killam, J.T. Reid, J Bugold. Interment was in Campbellton
1901 Canada Census for Levis Quebec shows the following. Several birth years are at variance with other records.
Harvey Walter born Dec 6, 1870 age 31
Malvina June 19, 1873 age 28
Gertrude April 24, 1891 age 10
Ethel April 28, 1893 age 8
Maddy (Is this Mary?) Jan 29, 1895 age 6
Hazell Sept 29, 1896 age 5
Walter November 13, 1898 age 3
Mable Jan 15, 1899 age 2
Noted events in his life were:
• Occupation: Superintendent of Motive Power and Equipment - CNR.
• Retirement: From CNR on January 30, 1937.
Harvey married Malvina Smith, daughter of John Smith and Philipena Hoffman, on 30 Sep 1890 in St. Flavie, Quebec. (Malvina Smith was born on 19 Jun 1871 in Montreal, Québec,1 died on 12 May 1945 in Quebec City, Quebec 1 and was buried in Campbellton Rural Cemetery, N.B..)