Windsor H. Viney and Mary Kirby were married in Cardiff, Wales, where he was employed by Charles E. Parry Sr. After C. E. Parry moved to Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, he sent for the Viney family, who arrived in 1905, and stayed on the Parry farm for a number of years. Windsor Viney later hired on with a brother of W.H. Fairfield.
Adaughter was born in 1905, and later attended White School. The Viney family moved to Lethbridge in 1915 where Windsor was employed by the city. He was president of the Trades and Labour Council for many years.
Windsor and Mary had four children. The daughter became a teacher, one son became a very well known sports announcer; another son went into the ministry; and a third son worked in the Department of Pensions for the Federal Government.
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