Tombstone: Harold Crosby, St Andrew’s United Cemetery, Coe Hill, Ontario

Tombstone Harold Crosby Coe Hill
Copyright Norma Gillespie, 2022

St Andrew’s Cemetery, Coe Hill, Wollaston Twp, Hastings County, Ontario CANADA

Buried in the cemetery in sight of the home they lived in for many years,  at the east end of the village.

Two children: Grenville & Nola Crosby

Nola, Norma & Glenn

Nola, Norma & Glenn the year my father died. My best friend from across the road growing up; to our teens. Outside our farm house before the big elm was cut down.

Grade School
Coe Hill Public School:     Nola Crosby 2nd row from back , 2nd person from left.    Grade Unknown


Public School Class

Nola Crosby front row on left. At Coe Hill Public School.


Class of Grade 5
Copyright Norma Gillespie, 2021   Nola front row, 2nd from left. Grade 5 Coe Hill Public  School


Nola Crosby 2
Copyright Norma Gillespie, 2024     Christmas was always fun. Often home decorations for the tree.  Nola in her teens as I remember her.


Harold Crosby family2
Harold Crosby family: Harold, daughter Nola, wife Gladys, son Grenville (Bing)
Nola and Bing
Nola and Bing


L to R:  Gladys, Harold, Gramma Laura Crosby (wife of Bill Crosby Sr, mother of Harold),  Nola

In front: Grenville “Bing” Crosby hold baby, probably his first, but unconfirmed.

4 generations of Crosbys

Gladys Crosby

Gladys Crosby
Copyright Terry Sprague 2022

Family Photos: Used with permission, Terry Sprague


Nola Crosby & I to Upper Canada Village 1971
Copyright Norma Gillespie, 1971    Norma Gillespie & Nola Crosby  to Upper Canada Village, summer 1971


The Harold & Gladys Crosby home, Hwy 620 east end of village, beside St Andrew’s United Cemetery.

Harold Crosby House
Harold Crosby House