Catherine Barrett Peddle surrounded by grandchildren/nieces/nephews
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c. 1825 - c. 1908 1825 - 1908
I’ve “rescued” an old photograph of Vi WRIGHT and her brother Jim WRIGHT which was taken at the J. Fairbairn Studio in Deseronto, Ontario, Canada in 1910. The two children appear to be about 2-3 years old at the time the photograph was taken. I’m hoping to locate someone from this WRIGHT Family so that the photograph can be returned to its rightful place, with family. If you are a member of this family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me. Thanks, Shelley
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1908 - Unknown 1908 - ?
Added Nov 4, 2017 by: Shelley Cardiel
Shelley Cardiel
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A photo of Florence Gabrielle Wilton and her daughters, Vancouver.
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Dec 29, 1893 - Apr 16, 1956 1893 - 1956
Added Aug 8, 2014 by: Alan Fraser
Alan Fraser
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Howard Diersch & others, Alberta Homestead: Early 1900s. Back caption says 30 miles from Red Deer River
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A photo of the Dominion Day Parade in Vancouver, BC in 1925. "Photograph was taken from the apartment of Mrs. Wilson on the north side of the 100 Block of East Hastings Street and shows part of the White Lunch, Baxter and Sons Furniture, the entrance to the Howard Hotel, The Modern Company and other businesses on the south side."
Added Jun 30, 2016 by: Kathy Pinna
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Louise Cameilia Fairman (Naunton) (Gray), born in Chelsea, London England Sept 14 1882. Married Alfred Edward Naunton 1881 - 1917 Immigrated to Canada as a War Widow in 1919. Married James Gray 1920 Had six Children Died 1975 in Ponoka Alberta Canada.
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Sep 14, 1882 - 1975 1882 - 1975
Spinning thread on his bare knee, an old witch doctor of the Skenna River Indians who lived in lower Alaska and upper British Columbia.
Can Identify My grandfather Floyd Emery
Added Apr 14, 2002 by: Clinton Emery
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A photo of Grandad Andrew Ace Emery b. Dec.4,1861 in Winneshiek county Iowa. Son of Omri Willey Reed Emery and Martha McIntire. Married to Esther Loretta Knight.
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Dec 4, 1861 - Unknown 1861 - ?
Added Feb 1, 2002 by: June Emery
June Emery
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If you've been following our story you'll know that, recently while metal detecting I discovered the missing Sterling Silver Birks Memorial Bar of an RCAF Pilot who lost his life overseas during the Second World War. Today I was granted the extraordinary privilege of reuniting Officer Donald Cameron Walker's lost Memorial Bar with his Memorial Cross, presented to his mother nearly 72 years ago. THIS is why I dig holes in the dirt!
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Mar 6, 1916 - Dec 2, 1943 1916 - 1943
"Uncle Bill moving the hen house for Grannie" at Diersch homestead in Alberta
Added Jul 16, 2014 by: Emily May
Emily May
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Jean Gagnon, sa fille Georgianna, sa petite fille Anita Jolin et sa petite petite fille Micheline Poulin.
Added Oct 12, 2008 by: Sylvain Bilodeau
Sylvain Bilodeau
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This is a photo passed along with other old photos - most people are unknown. Does anyone recognize this child? Her family? Could be Oliver, Forsyth, or Donnelly Unknown child. Photo among several passed along to me by Jessie Donnelly Oliver who was born in Perth Ontario Canada. She was born in 1876 and died in 1962.
This picture is of my mother, Bernice Wickwire Seip with her new 'Easter Bonnet'. Photo was taken in 1944.
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This is a photo of my Mother, Beatrice Underwood, taken in 1911. She was born August 1894 in Toronto. She married Frederick Cottrell in 1916.
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Added Jan 1, 2001 by: Barbara Davis
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Marguerite Caskanette born 15 Sep 1823 in St. Hyacinth, Huntingdon, Quebec. Marguerite married Luc Chartrand on June 11, 1844 St. Anicet, Huntingdon Co, Quebec. The couple had 12 children. They were also the first white settlers at Gore Bay, Manitoulin Island, Ontario. Marguerite died 4 years after her husband on February 24, 1884. The couple is buried together in the Mission Cemetery, Manitoulin Island, West Bay, an Indian Reservation Mission.
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1823 - Unknown 1823 - ?
Added Jan 8 by: Pam Marks
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This is a photo of Tammy Lynn (Calvert) Harris added by Tammy Harris on October 23, 2020.
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Mar 1, 1971 - Unknown 1971 - ?
Added Oct 23, 2020 by: Tammy Harris
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Christmas time at Woodcliffe Farm :-) (Left to Right) My 1st cousin x 2 removed: Lilias Edith "Isobel" Grahame Moore (Marr. Simard) and her sister, Barbara Helen Grahame Moore (marr. Ramsey) - photo from Elaine Callande. When Lilias Edith "Isobel" was born on May 29, 1906, in British Columbia, Canada, her father, John, was 40, and her mother, Isobel, was 36. She married Wilfred Thomas Maurice SIMARD on September 14, 1929, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. They had one child, David Simard, during their marriage. She died on May 20, 1997, in Enderby, British Columbia, Canada, at the age of 90.
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May 29, 1906 - May 20, 1997 1906 - 1997
(Left to Right) My 1st cousin x 2 removed: Lilias Edith "Isobel "Grahame Moore (Marr. Simard) and her sister, Barbara Helen Grahame Moore (marr. Ramsey) - photo from Elaine Callande. When Lilias Edith "Isobel" was born on May 29, 1906, in British Columbia, Canada, her father, John, was 40, and her mother, Isobel, was 36. She married Wilfred Thomas Maurice SIMARD on September 14, 1929, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. They had one child, David Simard, during their marriage. She died on May 20, 1997, in Enderby, British Columbia, Canada, at the age of 90.
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May 29, 1906 - May 20, 1997 1906 - 1997
Added Sep 15, 2020 by: Lorraine Sumners
Lorraine Sumners
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Deborah Lynn as a student at Huron Heights Secondary School in Newmarket, Ontario Canada. he Life and Times of Deborah Lynn in the late 80's...
Added Aug 12, 2020 by: Deborah Rumble
Deborah Rumble
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