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My Family Names are: Beach,Rutledge, Compton, Elliott, Dicks, McCargar, Forsman, Snabb, Backman|
The memorials I have are family I have added or distant family that has been transferred to me. There are also friends and friends family that I maintain.
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1. The pistures are quite bad, but When ever I get back to that area (I live over 600 km away) I will be sure to stop and retake them. I can not read some of the dates.
2. Ae you related to the Beach's (I am). Are you related to the McDowells also?
Added by libbyroy on May 26, 2017 7:51 PM
I have added a few to the family, would you like me to transfer Annie, Bessie, William
Added by libbyroy on May 26, 2017 11:35 AM
|SLW||RE: Richard Dicks, Mountain View Memorial Garden|
Thanks for letting me know Susan. As a photo volunteer, it has become more difficult to obtain the locations for the various graves. We are suppose to get a lot of rain in Calgary over the next few days but after the rain stops I will go to Mountain View and take the photo for you. Thanks again.
Sandra Williams (SLW)
Added by SLW on May 23, 2017 3:33 PM
|Lynda Piilo||J I Anderson|
26309272 Do you have any Idea if this man Lived in Ont Thunder bay area & was in WW 2. I have a picture LYNN
|Britt Thompson||Alexander Lawrence Watson|
I see you posted a grave index for Alexander Lawrence Watson, dob 12/8/1905 and dod 2/4/1985.
The grave says he was Grand Master in Masonic Temple?
Can you tell me if he was the shipbuilder from BC and which temple was he a part of?
I think he may have been my biological grandpa, do you have any other pictures?
|Nettles||RE: Rutledges in Trinity Anglican Church Cemetery|
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could help.
Added by Nettles on May 11, 2017 7:37 PM
|Linda Mulhall||William Morgan|
William Morgan. Thanks so much for the photos.
|cussot||RE: Audrey Irene Christie Beach|
You're welcome! I took several photos in South Gower Cemetery of Beach family stones, so please get in touch if you're looking for others.
Added by cussot on May 04, 2017 10:17 AM
|Donald K Burroughs||Samuel G.H. Gonyer|
Samuel G.H. Gonyer was a half Uncle of mine. He was the son of Christena Burroughs who was married prior to becoming a Burroughs by marriage. Her first husband's name was George Gonyer who died when Samuel and his Elizabeth were very young leaving their mother a young widow with two young children. She then married Samuel James Burroughs who raised them as his own along with my dad and his brothers. If you don't mind, I have added a service portrait of him.
|Ian Gill||Edwin George William Sait|
My name is Ian Gill and my email is email@example.com
My great-grandmother was Mary Ann Warner who married Edwin Sait in Worcestershire, England, in 1864 and they had a son, Edwin George William Sait, in 1867.
Edwin's father died in 1868 and Mary Ann took her son Edwin to Hong Kong and married Edward Newman (a good friend of Edwin through their P&O connections) in 1869.
The family moved to Chefoo, China, in 1873 and stayed for nearly 20 years, with Edward and Mary Ann raising 4 of their own children besides Edwin.
Edward died in 1883 and Mary Ann in 1891.
Edwin migrated to Canada around 1891, married Elizabeth and the 1921 Canada census shows they had 2 daughters, Dorothy and Winifred.
I am the grandson of Edward's and Mary Ann's first son Frank. I am keen to contact Dorothy or Winifred if they are alive or their descendants. Hope you can help me. Ian
Added by Ian Gill on Apr 29, 2017 6:44 AM
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