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'Ravages of That Fell Destroyer, the Asiatic Cholera'
"Ravages of That Fell Destroyer, the Asiatic Cholera"
From A Mournful Elegy on the Unfortunate Victims, Who Fell Sacrifices to the Ravages of That Fell Destroyer, the Asiatic Cholera, at the Gravois Coal Diggings, Near St. Louis, Mo., June and July, 1849 by John Russel, teacher in the doomed district.

Robert and Isabella Adam Grant and four of their children also died at Gravois Coal Diggings near St. Louis, Missouri, sometime in June,1849. They died on June 24, 1849, and were buried in the original "Old Picker's" cemetery - from Find A Grave for Isabella Adam Grant.  
 
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'To the Gentlemen in Black Velvet'
"To the Gentlemen in Black Velvet"
It was in Hampton Court Park, on the north side of the River by Raven's Eyott, that King William III's horse stumbled over a mole hill and threw the unfortunate and unpopular Monarch to his death in 1702. Thereafter, the Jacobites - supporters of James II, who was deposed by William III - would toast the health of 'the little gentleman in black velvet'. From http://www.the-river-thames.co.uk/misc.htm 
 
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1015361 PRIVATE, ROBERT WAUGH, 72ND BATTN. C.E.F.
1015361 PRIVATE, ROBERT WAUGH, 72ND BATTN. C.E.F.
1015361 PRIVATE, ROBERT WAUGH, 72ND BATTN. C.E.F., 19TH MAY 1951, TO LIVE IN THE HEART OF THOSE YOU LEAVE BEHIND IS NOT TO DIE. REST IN PEACE. Nanaimo Cemetery. 
 
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1560254 Lac Peter Mackenzie
1560254 Lac Peter Mackenzie
1560254 Lac Peter Mackenzie, "A" Flight, 76 Squadron,
RAF Station, Holme on Spalding Moor (East) near York, Yorkshire
From Jock Waugh's "little black book" 
 
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1851 Canada Census - St. Mary, Hamilton, Ontario
1851 Canada Census - St. Mary, Hamilton, Ontario
John Waugh, Carpenter (42), Mary Waugh (46), Rob Waugh, Carpenter (17), Thos Waugh, Clerk (14), George Waugh (12), Chas Waugh (10), and Mary Waugh (4) 
 
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1880 US Census - Dracut, Middlesex, Massachusetts
1880 US Census - Dracut, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Robert Waugh (52), Agnes (51) and William (26) 
 
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231st Seaforth Highlanders of Canada
231st Seaforth Highlanders of Canada
The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada - ""Ypres, 1915, '17, Festubert, 1915, Somme, 1916, Ancre Heights, Ancre, 1916, Arras, 1917, '18, Vimy, 1917, Passchendaele, Amiens, Scarpe, 1918, Drocourt-Queant, Hindenburg Line, Canal du Nord, Valenciennes, Sambre, FRANCE AND FLANDERS, 1915-18" (G.O. No. 5 of 1930) 
 
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A Sketch in the Life of the Thomas Widdison Family of Scotland and England
A Sketch in the Life of the Thomas Widdison Family of Scotland and England
 
 
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Adam Hunter 1829-1905
Adam Hunter 1829-1905
Adam Hunter was born in Dumfriesshire, Scotland in 1833, to James & Jean (Heisty) Hunter. He came to America in July of 1853 with his sister and brother, William & Mary Hunter. His father & mother followed in Aug. of 1858. The Hunters located in Yorkville Twp just north of Union Grove. After his father's death in 1877 (ed. note: his father died in 1873), Adam sold the farm and moved to Section 35, Yorkville Twp, where he had 80 acres. Adam married Charlotte Whitcher (born Dec. 10, 1837 in London, England), daughter of John C. & Sarah Ann (Holden) Whitcher, on Apr. 10, 1869 in Yorkville. The Whitchers came to America in 1840, and also settled in Yorkville Twp. Adam & Charlotte Hunter had 5 children. He died on July 22, 1905. 
 
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Agnes 'Ethel' Russell
Agnes "Ethel" Russell
Maggie Robina (Ina) Hunter, Agnes Effie Fortune "Ethel" Russell (Hunter), Glenda Waugh & Catherine (Kit) Hunter. Oakland, California, 1951 
 
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Agnes & Charlie Mottishaw
Agnes & Charlie Mottishaw
Nanaimo Municipal Cemetery 
 
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Agnes & Christina Orr c. 1892
Agnes & Christina Orr c. 1892
Agnes & Christina Orr c. 1892 
 
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Agnes Adam died May 2, 1894
Agnes Adam died May 2, 1894
Easton Family Plots. Star #23 Rebekah Community Cemetery, Dufur, Oregon. 
 
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Agnes Adam, Wife of James L. Easton
Agnes Adam, Wife of James L. Easton
Easton Family Plots. Star #23 Rebekah Community Cemetery, Dufur, Oregon. 
 
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Agnes Ethel Hunter Russell
Agnes Ethel Hunter Russell
Agnes Ethel Hunter Russell. Mother's Day, 1964. 
 
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Agnes Hunter
Agnes Hunter
Ron Russell, Agnes "Ethel" Hunter Russell (Nana) and Winnie Russell c 1916 
 
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Agnes Hunter & Captain Robert Russell
Agnes Hunter & Captain Robert Russell
Agnes (Ethel) Russell & Robert Russell c 1910 
 
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Agnes Hunter 1850-1914
Agnes Hunter 1850-1914
Daughter of William Hunter & Ann Boyd 
 
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Agnes McVicars Waugh 1852-1936
Agnes McVicars Waugh 1852-1936
Christian Karch died Oct 10, 1937. Agnes MacVickers Waugh, wife of Christian Karch, died Mar. 4, 1936. Buried: New Hope Cemetery, Waterloo, Ont. 
 
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Agnes Orr
Agnes Orr
Agnes Orr, Bozeman, Montana c 1895 
 
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Agnes Orr
Agnes Orr
Agnes Orr Rae was buried on Nov 2, 1933, in Gebo, Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 
 
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Agnes Orr buried Nov 2, 1933
Agnes Orr buried Nov 2, 1933
Mrs. Henry M. Rae is Buried at Riverside Services Sunday, Nov 2, 1933 
 
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Agnes Orr McKee and David McKee
Agnes Orr McKee and David McKee
Agnes Orr McKee and David McKee and children Agnes and David (and probably Ann Jane) emigrated to the United States of America and arrived into New York City from Liverpool aboard the "City of Richmond" on April 14, 1883, and eventually settled in Montana. 
 
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Agnes Russell
Agnes Russell
Agnes Russell c. 1909 
 
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Agnes Russell
Agnes Russell
Agnes "Nana" Russell, c 1940 
 
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Agnes Waugh
Agnes Waugh
Agnes Waugh, age 18 
 
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Agnes Waugh 1822-1900
Agnes Waugh 1822-1900
Agnes Waugh, His Wife, Born in Moffat, Dumfries-shire, Scotland, 27th Sept. 1822 Died in Hamilton9th Feb 1900. 
 
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Andrew Charles Wardrobe 1889-1945
Andrew Charles Wardrobe 1889-1945
Andrew C. Wardrobe, Idaho, CPL 13 Sanitary In, World War I, Jan 21, 1889 - June 4, 1945. Andrew Charles Wardrobe died on June 4, 1945, in Genesee, Latah County, Idaho, at the age of 56. 
 
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Andrew Mark Wardrobe 1837-1922
Andrew Mark Wardrobe 1837-1922
Father, Andrew M. Wardrobe, Aug 3, 1837 - March 6, 1922 
 
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Andrew Waugh
Andrew Waugh
"Uncle Nabs" is probably Andrew Waugh 
 
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Archibald Little Orr
Archibald Little Orr
In Memory of Pioneer AL Orr, 209568, "O" Special Coy, Royal Engineers who died 12 July 1917.

Remembered with Honour.

Cambrin Military Cemetery.

Commemorated in perpetuity by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.  
 
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Archibald Little Orr
Archibald Little Orr
209568 Pioneer A. L. Orr, Royal Engineers, 12th July 1917 
 
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Archibald Little Orr
Archibald Little Orr
 
 
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Articles of War - Alexander Lindsay
Articles of War - Alexander Lindsay
Alexander Lindsay joined the 1st Battalion, 91st Regiment of Foot Soldiers on Feb 8, 1831 and was discharged on June 28, 1852. 
 
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At the Mottishaw's in Los Angeles
At the Mottishaw's in Los Angeles
Christina Orr, Winnie Russell, Joy Russell, Agnes (Ethel) Russell, Agnes & Charlie Mottishaw c 1938 
 
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Attestation Paper - George Edward Cassidy, 1917
Attestation Paper - George Edward Cassidy, 1917
Attestation Paper - George Edward Cassidy, 1917 
 
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Attestation Paper - Robert Waugh, 1916
Attestation Paper - Robert Waugh, 1916
Attestation Paper - Robert Waugh, 1916 
 
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Attestation Paper for Renwick William Hunter Anderson
Attestation Paper for Renwick William Hunter Anderson
Attestation Paper, Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force 
 
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Attestation Paper for Robert Brown Scott
Attestation Paper for Robert Brown Scott
Attestation Paper for Robert Brown Scott, Burnside Cottage, Cummertrees, Dumfriesshire, Scotland. 
 
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Attestation Papers for John Neil, 1916
Attestation Papers for John Neil, 1916
John Neil joined the Australian Imperial Forces on March 14, 1916. On his Attestation Papers he indicated that he was born in Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland and that his father was Joseph Neil. He enlisted in Perth, Australia. Added to the Attestation Paper was "Wife Christina Neil, 1 Caledonia Crescent, Edinburgh". 
 
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Authority to wear war medals
Authority to wear war medals
Authority to wear war medals for the mercantile marine by HM the King 
 
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Back of Postcard
Back of Postcard
Jack spent 2, possibly 3 years of WW1 in France. They lived at 144 Strathmartin Road, Dundee, and when Kitty was due to give birth to my father in August 1915, she went to stay with her parents, Catherine and Thomas Hellon Smith who lived in a house called Chipperkyle in Kelty, a small mining village in Fife. The message is written in pencil, rather smudged and faded, but I think it says - "How do you like our Divisional P.C.? Sorry at not writing last night but was over at a fire at one of our Ammunition Dumps. It was a great sight. Tonight I have been at our Cinema which starts tomorrow night. Moi is in charge of it and we are getting things in order and testing the engine & machine. We start with the "Somme" films. Will write sure tomorrow. J." 
 
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Bear Creek Cemetery
Bear Creek Cemetery
Elizabeth McCall Orr died on Feb 15, 1922, and is buried in the Bear Creek Cemetery. 
 
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Bill & Jock Waugh
Bill & Jock Waugh
Bill & Jock Waugh, July, 1934 
 
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Bridgett Bessie Burke 1874-1949
Bridgett Bessie Burke 1874-1949
Bessie Burke Orr died on Nov 15, 1949 in Chico, Butte County, California, and is buried in Plot 5120 (next to her husband Thomas) of the Orland Masonic Cemetery, Glenn County, California. 
 
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Canadian Volunteer Service Medal and Clasp
Canadian Volunteer Service Medal and Clasp
Jock Waugh was awarded the Canadian Volunteer Service Medal and Clasp. The Canadian Volunteer Service Medal is granted to persons of any rank in the Naval, Military or Air Forces of Canada who voluntarily served on Active Service and had honourably completed eighteen months ( 540 days) total voluntary service between September 3, 1939 to March 1, 1947. Jock served from November 29, 1943 until he was honourably discharged on May 8, 1946. 
 
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Captain James Aimer of the Diamond
Captain James Aimer of the Diamond
We are sorry to say, that Captain James Aimers, of the Diamond, had the misfortune to fall overboard last Sunday, at the entrance of the Cattegate; notwithstanding every effort made by the mate and ship's company to save him, he was drowned in their sight. - from Caledonian Mercury, Thursday 10 May 1792 The Kattegat is the area of sea to the east of the Danish peninsula. 
 
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Captain John Russell
Captain John Russell
Captain John Russell, British Army (seated on right). Photo courtesy Lindsay Russell. 
 
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Captain Robert Russell
Captain Robert Russell
Captain Robert Russell c. 1912 
 
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Card of Thanks from Elizabeth Feld on the death of her husband
Card of Thanks from Elizabeth Feld on the death of her husband
Card of Thanks from Elizabeth Feld on the death of her husband. The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948, July 21, 1896, Image 3. 
 

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