Morley Whitehead SPARLING / Gertrude Abbs BARRY

Morley Whitehead SPARLING / Gertrude Abbs BARRY


Husband : Morley Whitehead SPARLING

Male Born : 27 DEC 1890at : Teeswater, Bruce, Ontario
Married : 22 OCT 1913at : Trenton, Hastings, Ontario
Died : 04 OCT 1987at :
Father : William Wesley SPARLING
Mother : Emily Josephine Louise COSFORD
Spouses : Gertrude Abbs BARRY

  • REFERENCE: Jn VII G 3 d

Wife : Gertrude Abbs BARRY

Female Born : 17 AUG 1890at : Port Perry, Ontario
Died : bef 1980at :
Father : Frederick W BARRY
Mother : Emily Elizabeth ABBS
Spouses : Morley Whitehead SPARLING

Family :
  • CENSUS: 1921, Cobourg, Northumberland, Ontario

CHILDREN

Name : John Barry SPARLING [927]
Male Born : 08 JAN 1916at : Cobourg, Ontario
Married : 31 JAN 1942at :
Died : 07 FEB 2004at : Manoir Pierrefonds, Montreal, Quebec
Spouses : Mary Elizabeth LOVELL

  • REFERENCE: Jn VII G 3 d i

Name : Kathryn Elizabeth SPARLING
Female Born : abt 1919at : Ontario
Married : 18 APR 1942at :
Died : 11 JAN 2002at :
Spouses : Arthur S PEACEY , Eugene HALLMAN

  • REFERENCE: Jn VII G 3 d ii

Name : Richard Herbert SPARLING
Male Born : at :
Died : at :
Spouses :

INDEX

[927] From http://www.airforce.ca/wwii/SNAPE.htm

SPARLING, S/L John Barry (J4109)
Air Force Cross - No.2 Air Command Headquarters
Award effective 14 June 1945 as per Canada Gazette of that date and AFRO 1127/45 dated 6 July 1945. Born in Cobourg, Ontario, 8 January 1916; educated there and Belleville. Insurance salesman. Home in Oshawa, Ontario; enlisted in Toronto, 22 July 1940. Trained at No.2 ITS (graduated 30 September 1940), No.1 EFTS (graduated 11 December 1940) and No.2 SFTS (graduated 15 February 1941). Award sent by registered mail 22 November 1945. Governor General's Records (RG.7 Group 26 Volume 59, file 190-I, dossier 7) has citation; when recommended he had flown 1,700 hours, 1,400 as instructor.

This officer has rendered exceptional services as a flying instructor, flight commander and squadron commander at Service Flying Training Schools in this Command before assuming staff duties at Command Headquarters. In that capacity his work and devotion have been of a high order and have done much to improve the standard of flying training. His contribution in this field has been outstanding and he has set a fine example for others to follow.

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