Today I have added new information about my Grandmother’s sister Phillis Brownlees (1889-1929) and pictures of her son Leonard – in the section called “Grandma’s Family”.
Have just added several photos, received from Bill and Gisele Harding, to the section on the Forsyth Family of Boss Hill.
Recent additions include more school class pictures and other photos in the Woodnorth section, plus some Cameron family photos.
Today I have posted a few pictures of Isabella and Donald Cameron’s grandchildren – in a section after the Cameron Wedding Photos.
Today I have published a section on my great-great Grandparents, on my father’s side, the family of Neil Campbell (1808 or 1812 -1892) and Betsy McKinnon(1824-1909) who came to Canada from the Isle of Mull in Scotland in 1857.
I have recently added some information about the Forsyth family at Boss Hill – Wilfred Forsyth (my Dad)’s recollections and stories about Alexander Forsyth’s family in Scotland and his early days in Canada and at Boss Hill, Manitoba.
Over the last few weeks I have added to the section on the Cameron Family of Berwick-upon-Tweed, completing short biographies of all five children. Only a few items remain to be scanned and inserted. In addition, I have added a number of pictures in the section “Woodnorth, Manitoba” – buildings, a train wreck in 1968, harvest time in 1944, the flood in 1969, an aerial view from 1989, etc.
CAMERON Family of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England – 1840s to 1950sOver the last few days I have added information on Donald Cameron (1878-1941) in the section “Cameron Family of Berwick-on-Tweed”, including scans of the postcard he sent back to England upon his arrival in Canada, his marriage certificate, and pages from the Family Bible listing the births of his children. There are also two additional photos of Isabella Brownlee(s) taken before she left England.
Today, after a summer hiatus of travelling and visiting I have added a piece about Donald Cameron (1878-1941) to the section about the Cameron Family of Berwick-upon-Tweed. If I get a few more items scanned they will be added later.
Today I have added some recent information about Peter Brownlees and Phyllis Brownlees in the section on “Grandma’s Family”, and added a photo of great-great grandmother Jane Burn (1812-1885).