This is a family photo of Robert Best Junior. He was the son of Robert Best Senior, who was a brother to Joseph Best from Eldorado, Ontario, Canada.
This is a picture of Howse River, which was named in honour of Joseph Howse, the fur trader, by David Thompson. Joseph was one of the first employee's of the Hudson's Bay Company in Canada. He came from Cirencester, England and became the patriarch of a very large family of Howse's. Howse River empties into the North Saskatchewan River just north of Banff, Alberta.
left to right: Cliffor Howard is standing behind Bert Howard (his father) and Bert Howard is holding his first grandchild Freddie Howard. Georgina Dumont (mother of Freddie) is standing behind her father-in-law Fernando James Howard.
Left to right: Raymond Howard,Mary Howard,Robert Howard,Dolly Howard Sr.,Lavina Howard, Dolly Mae, Dolly Howard,Gordon Howard,Patty Cooke and Edna Howard.
This picture of Jane was taken about the time of her husband, Samuel Livingston's death, in 1897 in Calgary, Alberta. She was the grand-daughter of Joseph Howse, the fur trader and one of the first employee's of the Hudson's Bay Company in Canada.
From Left to Right:
Alice Catherine Pomeroy-Howard
Fernando James Howard
Alice Mamie Howard
This picture was taken with most of the Howard Clan in it. It was taken about 1915 after Fernando Howard and Alice Catherine Pomeroy-Howard immigrated to Canada from the USA to become homesteaders in North Saskatchewan with their own family.
This was taken after these Howards moved from the USA to Canada in 1905 to become some of the original homesteaders of Saskatchewan.
This pass was named in the honour of Joseph Howse, the fur trader by David Thompson. It is located just north of Banff, Alberta and was the first pass connection from Alberta to the west.
This is a family photo taken at the Bert Howard Farm which was his homestead in Saskatchewan.