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Sadie Colwell - 1901
Sadie Colwell - 1901
Sadie often spent Christmas Day or two with Eldon McFadyen's family. Here Sadie is openning her stocking on Christmas Day with all the rest of the family at Eldon's home in Mississauga, Ontario. 
 
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Sadie McFadyen
Sadie McFadyen
 
 
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Sadie McFadyen
Sadie McFadyen
 
 
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Sadie McFadyen
Sadie McFadyen
 
 
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Sadie McFadyen
Sadie McFadyen
Sadie McFadyen in front of home in Kinloss. Store/home is still on the south-west corner of Hwy 9 and Bruce Road 1 (as of 2006) 
 
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Sadie McFadyen & William Clayton - Wedding
Sadie McFadyen & William Clayton - Wedding
Sadie McFadyen & William Clayton
Mom and Dad Clayton attending 
 
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Sadie McFadyen and Elizabeth Anne Scott (mother)
Sadie McFadyen and Elizabeth Anne Scott (mother)
 
 
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Sadie McFadyen on her Wedding Day
Sadie McFadyen on her Wedding Day
 
 
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Samuel Colwell
Samuel Colwell
 
 
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Samuel Colwell
Samuel Colwell
 
 
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Samuel Colwell
Samuel Colwell
Back of Photo is written:
28 Run Massey Harris Power lift Drill. Alemite filing system. "Good equipment makes farming better"
"S.C." 
 
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Samuel George Colwell & Annie McArthur, Mrs & Mr John McKinnon
Samuel George Colwell & Annie McArthur, Mrs & Mr John McKinnon
This is a scan of a silver plate photo writing on the back:
Left to Right
Dad - (S.G.Colwell) - Married
Mother - (Annie Colwell)
Mrs. John McKinnon
Mr. - Joihn McKinnon 
 
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Samuel George Colwell and Annie McArthur
Samuel George Colwell and Annie McArthur
 
 
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Sara's Shaft - Wheal Kitty, Cornwall, England
Sara's Shaft - Wheal Kitty, Cornwall, England
This picture was taken just prior to the Bob being thrown off its stool and smashing into the cylinder below. A sad day as the engine was good but the price of tin was low and mines were closing all around.
The fellow in the lower right with the arm in the sling is Arthur Jory. What he didn't know about mining could be written on a pin head with a felt tip. He appears in some of the South Crofty pictures replacing a beam that had broken and fallen into the top of the shaft.
The photo's are 1926...

This image was copied from Roy Morton's photo archive on aditnow.co.uk. Please visit Roy's collection at aditnow.co.uk 
 
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The Fourdrinier Family
The Fourdrinier Family
Charles Fourdrinier; Henry Fourdrinier; Mary Fourdrinier; Henry Fourdrinier; John Rawson Fourdrinier; Jemima Fourdrinier; Sealy Fourdrinier; Minerva Manning

  • attributed to John Downman

  • Date: circa 1786, original is oil on copper

  • Measurements: 18 1/8 in. x 24 1/4 in. (460 mm x 615 mm)

  • On display at the National Portrait Gallery


  • A Huguenot entrepreneur, Henry Fourdrinier senior (1730-99) was a wealthy paper-maker and wholesale stationer. He is shown seated in the middle of his family with his sons Henry junior (1766-1854), in red, and Sealy (1774-1847), standing, in green. In 1807, the brothers perfected a machine for aking continuous paper, of any dimension, at greatly increased speeds. At a Parliamentary hearing in 1837, Marc Isambard Brunel called the Fourdriniers' machine 'one of the most splendid inventions of the age'. The family are probably shown in their garden in Putney with a patriotic view of Windsor Castle added in the distance. The inscribed monumental urn commemorates their deceased wife and mother, Jemima (1730-81). 
     
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    The Morgan Men of Huron Township
    The Morgan Men of Huron Township
    Taken about 1900.
    Top, left to right: John Morgan, Levi Morgan, Henry Morgan, Tom Morgan
    Bottom, lef to right: Joe Morgan, father Joseph Morgan, Edward Neal (Ellen Jane Morgan), Ed Garten (Annabelle Neal, daughter of Edward Neal)

    The original photo hangs on the wall at the home of Robert Morgan.
    Image received Jan 28, 2010. 
     
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    Thomas Colwell and wife Claressa (Arnold)
    Thomas Colwell and wife Claressa (Arnold)
     
     
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    Thomas Pickard and Annie Foster Howson
    Thomas Pickard and Annie Foster Howson
     
     
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    Wedding Announcement - Donald Thomas Campbell & Eleanor Grace Hogge
    Wedding Announcement - Donald Thomas Campbell & Eleanor Grace Hogge
    Two Weddings This Week Are Interesting To Many In Province


    Campbell - Hogge


    Okotoks - (Special) - A wedding of unusual interest took place on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the ranch home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hogge of Okotoks, when their only grand-daughter, Eleanor Grace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hogge of Okotoks was united in marriage to Mr. DOnald Thomas Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Campbell of Black Diamond. The outdoor ceremony which was conducted on the lawn, under clear autumn skies, with the Rev. C. C. Poecock officiating, was attended by more than 150 guests. This wedding also marked the forty-fifth anniversary of the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hogge, well-known old - timers, who have resided in the Okotoks district since the early eighties.
    The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, looked lovely in a gown of white transparent velvet, fashioned in princess style, with floor-length veil of white silk net falling gracefully from a Spanish mantilla. She carried a bouquet of deep pink roses.
    Miss Margaret Davies who acted as bridesmaid was becomingly gowned in a floor-length dress of rose lace with blue accessories. She wore a narrow wreath of blue flowers in her hair and carried a bouquet of pink carnations.
    Mr. Gordon Campbell, older brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man.
    Mr. Archibald Kady played the wedding march, and during the signing of the register Mr. Hack Banister sang "I Love You Truly."
    Following the ceremony a reception was help at which the guests were received by Mrs. Joseph Hogge, grandmother of the bride; Mrs. Ernest Hogge, mother of the bride and Mrs. Donald Campbell, mother of the bridegroom. Mrs. Hogge senior wore a black velvet gown with wast of metallic brocade, with black hat and accessorues, and a corsage of yellow roses, while the bridegroom's mother chose a gown of navy blue georgette with grey hat and accessories and corsage of yellow roses. Mrs. Jean Fraser and Mrs. A. A. Metcalfe presided at teh tea urns, while Mrs. Crawford, aunit of the bride, and Mrs. W. D. Lineham cut the ices.
    Those assisting in serving were: Miss Alice Thompson, Miss Mary Fisher, Miss Jean MacKay, Miss Barbara Robinson, Miss Margaret Lineham, Miss Mary Spackman, Miss Rita Currie, Miss Doris Currie, Miss Dorothy Robinson, Miss Jean Conway, Miss Onolee Campbell, Miss Mary Wright.
    Miss Elizabeth Cusack, Miss Ellen Bice, Miss Jessie MacKay, Miss Helen Poecock, Miss Chritina Visser, Miss Edith Fisher and Miss Marion Fisher.
    Immediately following the reception Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thomas Campbell left by motor for a trip to the United States. FOr traveling the bride chose a green tailored suit with brown hat and accessories. On their return they will reside near Hartell, Turner Valley.
    Out of town guests at the wedding included Mr. Ivan Trousdale of Vancouver, Mr. R. Abercombie, Vancouver, and Mrs. R. A. Crawford of Lethbridge. 
     
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    Wedding Picture for Nelson and Nellie McIlmoyle
    Wedding Picture for Nelson and Nellie McIlmoyle
     
     
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    Wheal Kitty Tin Mine, St. Agnes - Engine House
    Wheal Kitty Tin Mine, St. Agnes - Engine House
    Stripping the pitwork from Sara's Shaft in the 1920s. Arthur Jory is the fellow in the lower right with the arm in a sling.
    This image was copied from Roy Morton's photo archive on aditnow.co.uk. Please visit Roy's collection at aditnow.co.uk 
     
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    William Charles Willoughby - 1920
    William Charles Willoughby - 1920
     
     
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    William Clayton and Sadie McFadyen - Wedding
    William Clayton and Sadie McFadyen - Wedding
    Mary Alexandra (Maime) Carleton and Duncan Franklin (Frank) McFadyen attending William Clayton and Sadie McFadyen's wedding. 
     
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    William Clayton on his Wedding Day
    William Clayton on his Wedding Day
     
     
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    William Leslie and Annie Foster Howson
    William Leslie and Annie Foster Howson
     
     
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    Willoughby Double Marriage - 1914
    Willoughby Double Marriage - 1914
    Doris Willoughby/John Crozier and Godfrey Willoughby/Medora Woods with parents Charles and Elizabeth 
     

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