Feb. 28, 2007

lived in Gambo for 13 yearsoff and on from 1959-1976.. Was a wonderful town with a lot of friends left behind. Many memories of Smallwood Academy. The school near the united church ( old united cemetary. )Have been back there several time over the years to lok up old friends and school mates. Last tikme I was there was july 2006 and visited my relatives Cyril and Isabel Waterman.
- waynew

Feb. 27, 2007

I'm trying to locate anyone who could put me in contact with someone who would know the status of Freedom Fabricating which operated near Markerville in the mid 90's.

- hjesq

Feb. 26, 2007

Could you please tell me who the mayor of McLean is
- shirdell
I have some old family pictures from a family named 'Cohoe'
One photo identifies the Cohoe family homestead in Lobo Ontario.
Any ideas?
- ardyjay

Feb. 25, 2007

housing, rooms to rent?
- otto44
I can provide a few details about Kenogami, having lived there until I was 16. You're correct about the church's name - Sainte Famille. There was another parish in Kenogami called Sainte Cecile, further down (what else) Rue Sainte Famille. With declining attendance Ste. Cecile was closed and rather than battle it out over the name Ste. Famille became Saint Matthieu. The engish Catholic school was called Saint Mary's High School, eventually an elementary school, now closed. There was also a Protestant High school. I would refer you to the"Blueberry Chronicle" (now out of publication) for details. There is also an excellent history of Kenogami; I'll get the info. from my parents. It is the "Bible" of research on English Kenogami. Hope this helps.
- kenokid
See you in August!
- stewart

Feb. 24, 2007

I am looking for information on Glenwood cheese
- edmonton
Am just pouring through various dates from the olden days in Glace Bay. Back to 1925, my mother's birth year (nee Margaret Stevenson) and coming across some interesting info. and pictures.
- rosebud47

Feb. 23, 2007

it's great
- KarenB
I heard that the operator of the grain elevator committed suicide when the elevator went down... does anyone have any information about this piece of history?
- vivipoet
Good Morning:)

I live on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

In 1926-1928 my Dad and three other young men left
on the "Harvest Train" for the West.

My Dad, Donald MacLellan; was on a Farm in Drinkwater.

I have some pictures and on a Barn is written:
"Belgian Horse Farm"
R.J. Ferguson

We have been talking about driving across Canada and
making a stop in Drinkwater.
Can you tell me if you know anything about the Ferguson
Family.......I would love to stop by and SEE where my Dad
was SO long ago.

Thanking you..Diane A. Layton
- Di

Feb. 22, 2007

I would like to speak to people involved in the history of the Flamborough area. After the war of 1812 during which Sir Isaac Brock was killed, we are told that the king gave Sir Isaac's brother Delisle Brock a large tract of land in the Flamborough/Waterdown area

Wm A Doidge
(905) 648-4048
- drvolt
I'm looking for information about Raleigh and the area in terms of a vacation in 2007 in late June.
- johnlaw

Feb. 18, 2007

We Da Bomb
- MzCynthia37

Feb. 17, 2007

Hi. Am looking for any info on the Hewitt family in the Thornloe area between 1900-1950. Thankyou
- lyndaturcotte

Feb. 16, 2007

I lived in Omemee for 7 years. I was married at BETHEL CHURCH on Bethel Road. My late husband is buried at Omemee Cemetary. Our two sons where born while I lived in Omemee. My Daughter and 2 of my grandchildren are now living in Omemee. I hope someday to return there to live.
- pjguthrie

Feb. 13, 2007

Visited Kenogami last summer for first time. Was born there in 1943 and only 9 months when my family moved to Toronto. I am in the process of trying to attain information regarding the street we lived on, the school my sisters attended, etc. I believe I was baptised in Ste Famille Church which now appears to be called St Matthieu. Would anyone know why the name of the church was changed. Also across the street from the church there was a small catholic school back in 1943, would any know the name of that school and if it is still there. Any help you could provide would be great. Thanks
- mwhite4
Hi! all you Kelvingtonians this is from Patricia Sutherland, I lived in Kelvington from September 1967 to July 1968. I taught Grade 6 at Kelvington Elementary School. I have really fond memories of that year & of all the students in my class. I particularly remember Joanne Gwilliam, Teddy Comfort & his friend Brian & many others. I would love to be in touch with any students who may read this.
- PSutherland

Feb. 11, 2007

avondale rocks
- PaulDevereaux
am from kirriemuir angua scotland and am trying to find pictures and facts about kirriemuir alberta
- postiekeith
I've been living in Red Deer,Alberta for the last 7 years and am still waiting to get back home.Not neccessarily to Port Morien but at least to Nova Scotia.My husband and I have done well here but I'm much like Dorothy.There's no place like home.I keep watch on the job listings and opportunities back there but they are few and far between.I hope that one day we will return as some of my relatives were lucky enough to do.Alberta is a wonderful place and has beautiful scenery but it just doesn't compare to the beauty of Cape Breton.I miss you.Hope I can see you soon.
- kaitieboobah
I grew up in carmanville and i miss it very much!! Its a town that i"ll always call home!!! no matter where you go you won't find friendly people like those from home....
- newfiebaygirl

Feb. 10, 2007

I was born and grew up in the resettled community of Bar Haven, Placentia Bay, NL
- Bride

Feb. 9, 2007

hi can you please inform me when your 2007 classic car/ swap meet is and where? thank you very much
- chexeye

Feb. 7, 2007

ok looking for accommodations in Rawdon for about 6 months. anybody have any ideas
- dlbodkin
how far is Esteral to Chertsey and where is the nearest hotel to Chertsey
- dlbodkin
what can people tell me about warfield? i may be moving there? is it good for a family?
- cindypoo
The BEST place to get away from all your troubles, at least for a little while. SeaWind Landing Country Inn is supurb!!!
- bludolfin

Feb. 6, 2007

The 30 sites at Ingolf have incorporated to purchase the Inn and property from the previous owners as of Jan.31/2007. This secures the future of these sites for the families that have grown up to love the lake life. The Inn which was open through the summer and on some weekends is now closed for the winter. This business will be reborn this year. So watch for the announcement.
- gfisher
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