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101
Jessie Russell Mackenzie
Jessie Russell Mackenzie
Jessie Russell Mackenzie, Hillside, Monkton Hall, Mussellborough, Edinburgh. From Jock Waugh's "little black book". 
 
102
Jessie Smith
Jessie Smith
Jessie Smith Russell c 1871. Courtesy of Lindsay Russell. 
 
103
Jessie Waugh c. 1897
Jessie Waugh c. 1897
Photo courtesy Sheila Laidlaw 
 
104
Jock & Glenda Waugh
Jock & Glenda Waugh
Douglas Bay, BC. c 1950 
 
105
Jock & Jeff Waugh with Ralph & Donald Henkel
Jock & Jeff Waugh with Ralph & Donald Henkel
Jock Waugh, Ralph Henkel, Jeff Waugh and Donald Henkel, Cassidy House, Campbell River, B.C. c 1957. Ralph and Donald are Janet Waugh Cassidy's grandchildren. 
 
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Jock & John (the Joker) Waugh fishing c 1940
Jock & John (the Joker) Waugh fishing c 1940
 
 
107
Jock & Violet Waugh
Jock & Violet Waugh
Jock & Violet Waugh, Yosemite, California, c 1957 
 
108
Jock Waugh
Jock Waugh
Jock Waugh at his retirement party, June, 1969 
 
109
Jock Waugh
Jock Waugh
Jock Waugh, Sierra Nevada, California, c 1957 
 
110
Jock Waugh & Roy Drury
Jock Waugh & Roy Drury
Jock Waugh & Roy Drury (?) bicycling somewhere in Europe c 1945 
 
111
Jock Waugh & Winnie Russell
Jock Waugh & Winnie Russell
Jock Waugh & Winnie Russell c 1949 
 
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Jock Waugh & Winnie Russell June 29, 1938
Jock Waugh & Winnie Russell June 29, 1938
Wedding of Much Interest Held on Friday Evening, Miss Winnie Russell Becomes Bride of Mr. John Waugh

St. John's Union Church was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Wednesday evening, June 29th when Rev. R. Moses united in marriage Winifred Joyce, eldest daughter of Captain and Mrs. R. Russell, Powell River, and Mr. John Waugh, of Nanaimo. The ceremony was largely attended and the church was beautifully decorated with a profuse array of flowers. 
 
113
Jock Waugh, UBC Graduation, 1932
Jock Waugh, UBC Graduation, 1932
Jock Waugh attended the University of British Columbia from c 1930-1934. During these years, he played on the university football (soccer) team and taught at schools in Ocean Falls and Powell River, B.C.. Upon his graduation in 1932, he received a Bachelor of Arts. He continued post-graduate work to receive a Masters in Arts from UBC in 1934. By 1936, he was Principal of the Brooks High School in Powell River, B.C. 
 
114
Jock Waugh, UBC Soccer Team, 1931-1934
Jock Waugh, UBC Soccer Team, 1931-1934
The UBC Soccer Team played the Nanaimo Team on March 6, 1934. This placed Jock Waugh on the team opposite Daisy Waugh. 
 
115
John 'Jack' Russell
John "Jack" Russell
John "Jack" Russell, pupil teacher aged 18, with his class, Rosebank Primary School, Dundee, 1903. Photos courtesy Lindsay Russell. 
 
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John 'Jack' Russell c 1903
John "Jack" Russell c 1903
John "Jack" Russell c 1903 
 
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John 'Jock' Waugh & Joy Russell, c 1938
John "Jock" Waugh & Joy Russell, c 1938
John "Jock" Waugh & Joy Russell, Powell River, BC, c 1938 
 
118
John 'Jock' Waugh, April, 1944
John "Jock" Waugh, April, 1944
Flying Officer Jock Waugh, Royal Canadian Air Force, c 1944 
 
119
John 'The Joker' & Jock Waugh
John "The Joker" & Jock Waugh
John "The Joker" and Jock Waugh, c 1933. "He was an ardent amateur gardener". Jock is holding the camera that took many of the photos in the Waugh Family Album. 
 
120
John Bell Obituary
John Bell Obituary
DEATH OF A VETERAN STATIONMASTER
On Wednesday there passed away at Newton, Wamphray, Mr. John Bell, retired stationmaster, at the age of 79. A native of Brydekirk, Mr. Bell entered the service of the Caledonian Railway Company when the line was in course of construction. His sterling qualities led to his gradual promotion. In 1863 he was appointed stationmaster at Wamphray, which position he held with satisfaction to all for a period of 29 years. Through failing strength Mr. Bell was constrained to retire three years ago, but had only been unwell for some ten days before his death. In him there passed away almost the last of the original race of stationmasters in the South of Scotland. Mr. Bell's many kindly qualities gained for him the respect of a wide circle of friends, who will hear with regret of his death. Mrs. Bell, five daughters, and a son survive. 
 
121
John Gray
John Gray
John Gray. Reprinted from a tintype made in Ogden, Utah. 
 
122
John Rae & Elizabeth Orr
John Rae & Elizabeth Orr
John Rae and Elizabeth Orr, Montana, c 1920. Courtesy of Michael Kregness. 
 
123
John Rogerson Waugh
John Rogerson Waugh
John Rogerson Waugh, c 1885 
 
124
John Rogerson Waugh & Family
John Rogerson Waugh & Family
John Rogerson Waugh, Agnes Rennie with children, Orchard Colliery, Carluke, Lanarskshire c 1885. Courtesy of Alex Cringan 
 
125
John Waugh & Mary Hastie
John Waugh & Mary Hastie
Photo from Marion Family Tree, Ancestry.com. Robert's son John Waugh married Mary Hastie on May 25, 1832, in Moffat, Dumfriesshire. John Waugh and Mary emigrated to Canada in 1834 (from Obit). They had at least five children: Robert (born Feb 1, 1835); Thomas (1837-1910); George (born Sept 30, 1839, died Dec 3, 1926); Charles (born Jun 5, 1842); and Mary (born May 18, 1848). All were born in Canada. 
 
126
John Waugh, Superintendent
John Waugh, Superintendent
John Waugh, Superintendent, Alamo School District, Alamo, California 
 
127
John William Grant
John William Grant
John Grant (only surviving child of Robert Grant and Isabella Adam) married Margaret Nish (daughter of William Nish and Isabelle Henderson) in October, 1868 (Ed Note: Margaret was born in 1852). Photo courtesy Dole Holcombe Grant Family Tree on ancestry.com 
 
128
John Wilson Rae with son John Aitchinson Rae c 1914
John Wilson Rae with son John Aitchinson Rae c 1914
John Wilson Rae with son John Aitchison Rae c. 1914. Photo courtesy of Goldie Rae. 
 
129
Joy (Bunty), Bob, Ron, Ethel & Winnie, c 1942
Joy (Bunty), Bob, Ron, Ethel & Winnie, c 1942
Joy (Bunty), Bob, Ron, Ethel & Winnie, c 1942. Powell River, B.C. Canada. 
 
130
Joy Russell
Joy Russell
Joy "Bunty" Russell, Douglas Bay, BC, c 1953. 
 
131
Joy Russell & Glenda Waugh
Joy Russell & Glenda Waugh
Joy (pregnant with baby) & Glenda, Boonville, California, 1952 
 
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Joy Russell & Jock Waugh
Joy Russell & Jock Waugh
On their wedding day. Vancouver, BC, Canada, July 4, 1951. 
 
133
Joy Russell c 1924
Joy Russell c 1924
Joy Russell c 1924 in London, England 
 
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Joy Russell c. 1943
Joy Russell c. 1943
 
 
135
Joy Russell, c 1936
Joy Russell, c 1936
Joy Russell, c 1936, Campbell Studios, Vancouver, B.C. 
 
136
Joy, Glenda & Jeff Waugh, 1954
Joy, Glenda & Jeff Waugh, 1954
Joy Russell died in Santa Rosa, California on April 24, 1954, (shortly after Jeffrey's second birthday) from complications resulting from a polio infection during the 1954 epidemic in California. Jock, Glenda and Jeff moved to Danville, California that summer. Jock would become Superintendent of the Alamo School District. 
 
137
Lionel Waugh and his Drug Store, Hollywood, California
Lionel Waugh and his Drug Store, Hollywood, California
Lionel Waugh and his Drug Store, Hollywood, California. Photo courtesy Keller Family Tree, Ancestry.com 
 
138
Lizzie Waugh
Lizzie Waugh
Nanaimo, BC, c. 1918 
 
139
M.S. Renee Rickmers
M.S. Renee Rickmers
Robert Russell, Jr. probably began his merchant marine sailing career aboard the M.S. Renee Rickmers (a German sailing vessel) around 1900. He may have boarded the ship in Hull or Dundee. We have not been able to find any record for the ship between Oct 12, 1900 and Aug 7, 1901. It left Nagasaki, Japan for Oregon on Aug 7, 1901 (The Call, San Francisco, Aug 13, 1901). He left the ship in Portland, Oregon, at the end of September or beginning of October, 1901 and boarded the Falls of Halladale. 
 
140
Mabel Mahala Tautari Aimer
Mabel Mahala Tautari Aimer
Mabel Mahala Tautari Aimer c. 1903. First child of Edmund Aimer and Annie Feek. From http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/3562481/person/-1538426563 
 
141
Maggie Robina Hunter
Maggie Robina Hunter
Maggie Robina "Ina" Hunter, c 1911 
 
142
Margaret Adam
Margaret Adam
Margaret Adam Henderson. Photo courtesy Chloe Perdew. 
 
143
Margaret Adam
Margaret Adam
Margaret Ada (Adam) Henderson and 7 of her 10 children.
Seated from left to right: Margaret Victoria (Henderson) Mogeau Yager; Margaret Ada (Adam) Henderson; eldest son, William McDonald Henderson; eldest daughter Isabella (Henderson) Nish. Back Row: youngest daughter Mary Adam (Henderson) Levick Ashcroft; youngest son John Alexander Henderson (son of James Easton, who later took the name Henderson and was Mayor of San Bernardino 1919-21); Jeannette Adam (Henderson) Walkinshaw Roberts; and David Glenn Henderson. - Chloe Perdew 
 
144
Mary Bell
Mary Bell
Mary Bell and Grandchildren. Ron Russell, Mary Bell, Winifred Russell and Robert John (Jack) Pennycook Jack was the son of Janet Hunter and Robert Pennycook. J. Jolly Studios, Carnoustie, Scotland, c 1915 
 
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Mary Bell with grand children
Mary Bell with grand children
Mary Bell and Grandchildren. Ron Russell, Mary Bell, Winifred Russell and Robert John (Jack) Pennycook Jack was the son of Janet Hunter and Robert Pennycook. J. Jolly Studios, Carnoustie, Scotland, c 1915 
 
146
Mottishaw Obituary
Mottishaw Obituary
Charles Mottishaw and Agnes Waugh were killed in a car accident on Vancouver Island on Feb 27, 1965. 
 
147
New Zealand Airman Killed
New Zealand Airman Killed
New Zealand Airman Killed, George Vernon Aimer, June 20, 1916 
 
148
Obituary for Agnes Waugh 1861-1938
Obituary for Agnes Waugh 1861-1938
Agnes Waugh Fisher (daughter of John Waugh and Janet "Jessie" Edgar) died on March 18, 1938, in Lowell, Massachusetts and is buried in the John Waugh Plot of the Edson Cemetery. She was 76 years old. Obituary from The Lewiston Daily Sun, Lewiston Maine, March 24, 1938. 
 
149
Old Resident Passes Beyond
Old Resident Passes Beyond
John Grant (son of Robert Grant and Isabelle Adam) died in Nov, 1914. 
 
150
Postcard from Agnes Waugh to John Waugh
Postcard from Agnes Waugh to John Waugh
Postcard from Agnes & Charlie Mottishaw to John Waugh, Aug. 23, 1939,
on a trip to visit Uncle Tommy Orr 
 

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