Olive Barkley died at Dundas Manor nursing home in Winchester on Nov. 24, 2003. She was 89.
She was born in the former Williamsburg Township on April 8, 1914 to the late Flo (nee Whitteker) and Bernice McIntosh.
She was wife of the late Reginald Barkley, whom she married on July 20, 1940 at the Williamsburg United Church manse.
She worked as a school teacher. She enjoyed teaching, and working with her husband in managing the Williamsburg Hydro books.
A lifetime resident of the Williamsburg area, she had moved to Dundas Manor six months earlier.
She is survived by sister Gladys Kyle of Williamsburg. She was predeceased by brother Harold; brothers-in-law Don Kyle, and Egerton Barkley (Helen); and sisters-in-law Helen Smith (Harold), and Hilda McMartin-McDermid (Don McMartin and Callum McDermid)
She will be fondly remembered by several nieces and nephews. She was sister-in-law of Jean McIntosh of Morrisburg.
Friends called at the Marsden and McLaughlin Funeral Home in Williamsburg on Nov. 26. The funeral was at the funeral home on Nov. 27 with Rev. Sandy Macpherson officiating. Interment was at New Union Cemetery in Williamsburg.
Pallbearers were Ralph Smith, Neil McMartin, Doug Miltimore, Bill Lang, Robert Barkley and Gregg Miltimore.