He was named after his father (although “Harley” was only a nickname for his father, whose given name was Harold) and his uncle, Cecil James Warner. As a child, and even as a young man, Harley was known exclusively as “Junior” to his family.
After Betty died in 1994, Harley lived alone for 24 years. He died in Ancaster on April 2, 2018, at the age of 89.
He was cremated and some of his ashes were scattered at the family property where he had been married 59 years before. The rest were scattered in Lake Huron at Station Beach, his favourite beach, in Kincardine.This video contains a series of photos taken throughout his life.
I created this website for my children and grandchildren, my brother and his children and grandchildren, and my various first, second, third and fourth cousins, all of whom are descendants of William Warner (1808–1845) and Sarah Leitch (abt. 1805–1893) who came to Canada over 190 years ago.
In fact, the website goes back as far as that William’s paternal grandfather, who was also named William Warner (1753–1801), and his wife Elizabeth White (1755–1807).
You can jump to any of William and Elizabeth’s descendants by using the Family Tree link in the menu bar at the top of each page or the Search tool directly above.