G Roy Fairbairn (F-3)1

(20 Jul 1929 - 20 Jul 2013)
FatherWilliam Tate Fairbairn2 (Nov 1892 - Oct 1960)
MotherEllen White3 (Aug 1896 - Aug 1975)

BDMs

     G Roy Fairbairn (F-3) was born on 20 Jul 1929 Prince Albert, SAS, CAN.2,3
     G Roy Fairbairn (F-3) died on 20 Jul 2013 at the Royal Columbian Hosp., New Westminster, Vancouver, BRC, CAN, at age 84.4,5

DNA Info

     G Roy has tested in the FAIRBAIRN Surname DNA Project. Follow this link for further DNA information on G Roy's line.
     Click here for G Roy's DNA results .6

Links

     Click here to see G's page on WikiTree, a (free) collaborative on-line tree.7

Researcher(s)

     Roy was researching the line of William Fairbairn (m. WANLESS).1

Family

Lauraine Olga Kopniak (Jul 1933 - Feb 2002)
Children
  • Fairbairn3
  • Fairbairn3
  • Fairbairn3
ChartsLineage 1e: John & Bessie (fflint) FAIRBAIRN
Last Edited17 May 2016

Citations

  1. [S1038] G Roy & Pat FAIRBAIRN, "Corres. FAIRBAIRN/WANLESS, Quebec ex G Roy & Pat F.," e-mail to Lorna Henderson, Feb 1996.
  2. [S1127] "BFHS Magazine", Article by Gordon Roy FAIRBAIRN "A Tale of Two Sisters" Issue #49 Jun 2002 extracted Jan 2003.
  3. [S1038] G Roy & Pat FAIRBAIRN, "Corres. FAIRBAIRN/WANLESS, Quebec ex G Roy & Pat F.," e-mail to Lorna Henderson, Web page http://members.axion.net/~fairwell/ searched Jan 2003.
  4. [S1038] G Roy & Pat FAIRBAIRN, "Corres. FAIRBAIRN/WANLESS, Quebec ex G Roy & Pat F.," e-mail to Lorna Henderson, Dth 20 Jul 2013 Roy FAIRBAIRN, Royal Columbian Hosp. New Westminster, Vancouver, BC, from wife Pat, Aug 2013.
  5. [S1038] G Roy & Pat FAIRBAIRN, "Corres. FAIRBAIRN/WANLESS, Quebec ex G Roy & Pat F.," e-mail to Lorna Henderson, Obit 27 Jul 2013 Roy FAIRBAIRN, at http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/vancouversun/obituary.aspx, rcvd Aug 2013.
  6. [S14] FAIRBAIRN Surname DNA Project online at http://worldfamilies.net/surnames/fairbairn/results.html, Apr 2008.
  7. [S3217] WikiTree online at http://WikiTree.com/, May 2014.
 
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