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Wynne St. Clair Daley


Wireless Operator 4th Class, RNCVR


Died: 11 Apr 1986, Halifax, Nova Scotia


DALEY, Wynne St. Clair - 90, of Northwood Manor, formerly of 5531 Hennessey Place, Halifax, died Friday at Camp Hill Hospital. Born in Clark's Harbour, Cape Sable Island, he was the son of the late John W. and Alemtcha (Kenney) Daley. He was a wireless operator with the RNCVR during the First World War and was a reserve staff non-commissioned officer during the Second World War. He was employed with Nova Scotia Light and Power, retiring in 1960. He is survived by two daughters, Geraldine (Mrs. Alfred George), Dartmouth; and Goldie (Mrs. Fitzgerald Fry), Halifax; three sons, Wynne Jr., Glen Haven; and William and Douglas, both of Halifax; two sisters, Augusta Hoadley, Halifax; and Mrs. Alice Kenney, South West Harbour, ME; 16 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, Winne (Shatford); two daughters, Thelma and Bernice; four brothers, George, Jason, Ernest and John; and three sisters, Hilda, Millie and Belle Anita. The body is in Atlantic Funeral Home, Bayers Road, where funeral service will be held Monday at 2 p.m., Rev. C. Pretty officiating. Burial in Pleasant Hills Estates. Donations may be made to any charity. (Halifax Chronicle-Herald, Saturday, 12 Apr 1986)  (Researched by / Courtesy of George Newbury)


Ships served in:

Depot Ship NIOBE - Recorded on the logs of D/S NIOBE 28 Jun 1918 add'l for Duty and Instruction at Naval W/T School as a W. Op Learner, RNCVR (seniority 10 Apr 1918) (Navy List Jun 1918)

Depot Ship NIOBE - Appointed to D/S NIOBE 29 Jun 1918, add'l as a W. Op 4th Class, RNCVR (seniority 07 Jun 1918) (Navy List Aug 1918)

Depot Ship NIOBE - Appointee to D/S NIOBE for Duty at Barrington Passage 15 Feb 1919 as a W. Op 4th Class, RNCVR (Navy List Mar-May 1919)

* Last noted in the Navy List for May 1919



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