Memorial for John (Jentje) Sieswerda.
Invitation to the 50th Anniversary celebration for Joseph E. and Cedulie (Roy) Bernard.
Headstone for Arthur Bernard and wife and for his father Charles Bernard and wife.
Agatha and Yvette Bernard in the early 1940's. Sisters, the oldest and youngest of the seven siblings.
Funeral card for Arthur Bernard, 1945
Funeral card from Charles Bernard of Quebec.
J. Charles Bernard and his with Marie Lemiuex, originally from Quebec with their son Arthur and his wife Anita Polin. The other couple, on the right, are Anita's parents.
Two young cousins - Yvette and Rachel. Their mothers were sisters from the Roy family of Armagh, Quebec.
Family photo of the Jospeh Charles Lucien Bernard family, who I believe went by the name Charles. He eventually immigrated to MA, USA from Quebec. As did some of the children pictured here.
Jentje Sieswerda and son, with his sister, Tryna E. Sieswerda. This was taken at a 4th of July parade in MA in 1926. Jenjte was born in the Netherlands and came to the US as a young boy. Tryna was born in the States, soon after her family immigrated.