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151
Postcard from France, New Years 1917
Postcard from France, New Years 1917
Postcard from John "Jack" Russell to Kitty, New Year, 1917. Courtesy of Lindsay Russell. 
 
152
Private George Cassidy
Private George Cassidy
Private George Cassidy. 2nd row, 2nd from left. 
 
153
Private George Cassidy, Royal Air Force
Private George Cassidy, Royal Air Force
George Cassidy, Royal Air Force c 1918. Photo courtesy George Cassidy (son of above, b. 1931) 
 
154
Private Robert 'Bob' Pennycook
Private Robert "Bob" Pennycook
Private Robert "Bob" Pennycook, c 1914. C.H. Knight & Co., 69 Wellington St., Woolwich, S.E., England 
 
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Private Robert Brown Scott
Private Robert Brown Scott
Private Robert Brown Scott. Son of Jane Bell and John Scott. 
 
156
Pte. Drury, R.C
Pte. Drury, R.C
K 65599 Pte. Drury, R.C. "B" Company, Westminster Regt. Canadian Mediterranean Forces Overseas. From Jock Waugh's "little black book". 
 
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Pte. Robert L. Yeaman
Pte. Robert L. Yeaman
Robert Leitch Yeaman died on Aug 21, 1917, and is buried in the Aix-Noulette Communal Cemetery Extension in Pas de Calais, France. 
 
158
Renwick William Hunter Anderson
Renwick William Hunter Anderson
Lieutenant Renwick William Hunter Anderson Canadian Infantry, 10th Battalion. Photo from Hunter Family Tree on ancestry.com 
 
159
Reverend James Frazer Smith, M.D., C.M.
Reverend James Frazer Smith, M.D., C.M.
Reverend James Frazer Smith, M.D., C.M. 
 
160
RMS Etruria
RMS Etruria
RMS Etruria and her sister ship RMS Umbria were the last two Cunarders that were fitted with auxiliary sails.[1] RMS Etruria was built by John Elder & Co of Glasgow, Scotland in 1884. The Etruria and her sister Umbria, by the standards of the time, were record breakers. They were the largest liners then in service, and they plied the Liverpool to New York Service. RMS Etruria was completed and launched in March 1885, twelve weeks later than her sister Umbria. The Etruria had many distinguishing features that included two enormous funnels which gave the outward impression of huge power. She also had three large steel masts which when fully rigged had an extensive spread of canvas. Another innovation on Etruria was that she was equipped with refrigeration machinery, but it was the single screw propulsion that would bring the most publicity later in her career. 
 
161
Robert & Ethel Russell, Nov. 1943
Robert & Ethel Russell, Nov. 1943
120 Third Street, Powell River, B.C., Canada 
 
162
Robert Pennycook (back row) and Jenny Hunter(?) with Jack Pennycook
Robert Pennycook (back row) and Jenny Hunter(?) with Jack Pennycook
Robert Pennycook (back row) and Jenny Hunter(?) with Jack Pennycook (with dog). Photo by Thomson Pennycook. 
 
163
Robert Russell & Jessie Smith and Family c 1891
Robert Russell & Jessie Smith and Family c 1891
Back row from left standing: Jess, George, Frank, and Chesterfield (Fieldy), Front row seated from left: Robert (with beard), Eliza, John, David, Robert and Jessie Smith. Photo courtesy Lindsay Russell. 
 
164
Robert Russell, File and Rasp Re-cutter
Robert Russell, File and Rasp Re-cutter
Robert Russell, File and Rasp Re-cutter, 6 Mid Street Chapelshade Dundee. 
 
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Robert Russell, File Cutter
Robert Russell, File Cutter
In The Dundee Post Office Directory for 1845, there is a Robert Russell listed as a file and rasp cutter, Thom's Close, High Street. 
 
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Robert Russell, Mechanic
Robert Russell, Mechanic
Russell, Robert, mechanic, 17 Catherine Street - from the Dundee Post Office Directory for 1871 
 
167
Robert, Ron, Joy, Winnie and Agnes (Ethel)
Robert, Ron, Joy, Winnie and Agnes (Ethel)
Robert, Ron, Joy, Winnie and Agnes (Ethel). The Russell Family, Powell River, B.C., Canada, Dec. 1936. 
 
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Ron & Winnie Russell
Ron & Winnie Russell
Ron & Winnie Russell c. 1915. Valentine's Studios, Folkestone, England. Ron and Winnie's aunt Katherine Hunter was living at Folkestone at the time 
 
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Ron Russell
Ron Russell
Ron Russell, 75 Bexhill Road, London, England, c. 1920. 
 
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Ron Russell
Ron Russell
Ron Russell, c 1926. Alhambra Studios, P. J. Blackbeard, Proprietor
338, New Cross Road, London, S. E. 
 
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Ron Russell & Agnes Hunter
Ron Russell & Agnes Hunter
Ethel Agnes Hunter "Nana" Russell with her son Ron Russell, Danville, California, c 1956. 
 
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Ron Russell 1928
Ron Russell 1928
Ron Russell, 1928 
 
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Ron Russell 1943
Ron Russell 1943
Trpr. Ronald Russell, Canadian Army Tank Corps, Camp Borden, Ontario 
 
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Ron Russell 1958
Ron Russell 1958
Back row: Ron Russell & Jock Waugh. Front row: Phillip Russell, Jeff Waugh, Ethel Russell & Glenda Waugh. Powell River, B.C., July 27, 1958 
 
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Ron, Philip & Lillie Russell
Ron, Philip & Lillie Russell
Ron, Phillip & Lillie Russell at Douglas Bay, BC, c 1950 
 
176
Rosebank School, Dundee
Rosebank School, Dundee
Rosebank School, Dundee, by Alexander Wilson 
 
177
Roy Drury
Roy Drury
Roy Drury 
 
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Roy Drury
Roy Drury
Drury, R. (Roy) – Private Canadian Army Overseas

- May/44, p.3 – (K-65599) B. Coy., Westminster Regt. CA CMF
- Jul/46, p10 - “From the beaches of Pachino to the Po valley, with interim stops at the Hitler and Gothic lines, at Cassino, at the Morro and a score of other natural obstacles, Powell River was always there…with the Westminsters (was)… Roy Drury.”

- from Powell River Museum - A Record of Service 
 
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Roy Drury & Joy Russell
Roy Drury & Joy Russell
Roy Drury & Joy Russell, Lane's Studio, Powell River, c 1928 
 
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Royal Astronomical Society, Annual General Meeting, 1953
Royal Astronomical Society, Annual General Meeting, 1953
Royal Astronomical Society, Annual General Meeting, 1953 
 
181
Royal Canadian Garrison Artillery (RCGA) cap badge
Royal Canadian Garrison Artillery (RCGA) cap badge
Andrew Waugh served with the No. 8 Siege Battery, R.C.G.A. (Royal Canadian Garrison Artillery) (CEF) from June 5, 1917. The 8th Siege Battery was part of the 3rd (or possibly 2nd?) Brigade Canadian Garrison Artillery. The 8th Canadian Siege Battery left Woolwich for Folkestone on 31st March, 1917, and crossed to Boulogne on the following day, going into action near Festubert on April 15th with XI Corps Heavy Artillery. It operated in this area and at Fleurbaix and Armentieres. 
 
182
Royal Horse Artillery
Royal Horse Artillery
David Smith joined the Royal Horse Artillery Drivers in November 1804, and was (according to family sources) at the siege of Badajoz during the Napoleonic Wars in 1812. The siege was one of the bloodiest in the Napoleonic Wars and was considered a costly victory by the British, with some 3,000 Allied soldiers killed in a few short hours of intense fighting as the siege drew to an end, and as many as 4,000 Spanish civilians (who they were trying to "liberate"), including many women and children, massacred by the allied troops after the battle. 
 
183
Russell Family 1958
Russell Family 1958
Ron, Lillie, Ken and Phillip Russell, Powell River, B.C., c 1958 
 
184
Russell Family 1961
Russell Family 1961
Ken, Philip, Lillie & Ron Russell with Jeff Waugh, Powell River, B.C., Summer, 1961 
 
185
Sai Wan Memorial
Sai Wan Memorial
1939 - 1945. THE OFFICERS AND MEN WHOSE MEMORY IS HONOURED HERE
DIED IN THE DEFENCE OF HONG KONG IN DECEMBER 1941 AND IN THE ENSUING YEARS OF CAPTIVITY AND HAVE NO KNOWN GRAVE 
 
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Samuel Bell & Bessie Ford c. 1924
Samuel Bell & Bessie Ford c. 1924
Bozeman, Montana, c 1924. Back: Leona and Marvin. Front: Bessie Ford, Thelma, Donald and Samuel Bell. Photo courtesy Steve Ford. 
 
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Samuel Orr Death
Samuel Orr Death
Samuel Orr died last Tuesday at his home in Chestnut after a short illness. He was 76* years old at the time of his death and was well known in the valley where he has had a large number of friendly acquaintances for many years. Mr. Orr came to Timberline about 18 years ago and will be remembered by many of the old timers as the drum major of the Timberline band. For the past 5 years he has been making his home in Chestnut where two of his sons reside. He leaves to mourn his loss a wife and three sons and two daughters. The sons are Samuel Orr of Vancouver Island, B.C. and Thos. and James Orr of Chestnut and the daughters are Mrs. Rae of Sockett and Mrs. Waugh of Vancouver Island, B.C. Mrs. McKee of Red Lodge is a sister of the deceased. The funeral is to be held from the undertaking parlors of Davis and Morris this afternoon at 5:30 o'clock. Rev. Dr. Ross will officiate. Internment will be made in the Bozeman cemetery.

Mrs. Rae of Sockett is Agnes Orr Rae and Mrs. Waugh of Vancouver Island is Christina Orr Waugh.

Samuel Orr is buried in the Bozeman Cemetery, Bozeman, Montana, Old Section Blk O, Lot 114, # 143 
 
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Samuel Orr, Jr.
Samuel Orr, Jr.
Samuel Orr, Jr., Vancouver, BC, c 1916 
 
189
Sandford Ephraim Cheever
Sandford Ephraim Cheever
Second Lieutenant Sandford E. Cheever, Jr., 19th Liverpool Machine Gun Corps. Photo courtesy Pamela Hughes Herndon. 
 
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Second Lieutenant George Vernon Aimer
Second Lieutenant George Vernon Aimer
Second Lieutenant George Vernon Aimer. Royal Flying Corps, New Zealand. 
 
191
Sergeant Edmund Fairweather
Sergeant Edmund Fairweather
Sergeant Edmund Fairweather, Canadian Infantry, 99th Battalion. Fairweather Family Tree, ancestry.com 
 
192
Soldiers Home in Santa Monica
Soldiers Home in Santa Monica
Robert W. Waugh (75) (son of John Waugh & Mary Hastie) was living in the Pacific Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers in Malibu, California. - from 1910 US Federal Census 
 
193
South Africa Medal
South Africa Medal
Alexander Lindsay received the 1834-1853 South Africa Medal for the 2nd and 3rd Kaffir Wars. 
 
194
SS Ethiopia - Samuel & Thomas Orr
SS Ethiopia - Samuel & Thomas Orr
Remarks: 13th December 1873 maiden voyage Glasgow to Moville and New York. Sold to Barrow Steamship Co in 1874 but operated by Anchor. Returned to Anchor Line ownership in 1893. Her last sailing on the Glasgow New York run began on 24th May 1907. 
 
195
SS Gloamin
SS Gloamin
"This picture of the Gloamin' was painted by F. Corpuz in Antwerp in 1910 for Capt Robert Russell, who was the first mate of the Gloamin' out of Dundee Scotland. The Gloamin' made short commercial hauls between Scotland and the continent. Capt Russell had just received his Captain's license when he sailed on the Gloamin'. Someone (Daddy?) told me that the Capt was having breakfast in a cafe in Antwerp and drew pictures on the napkin to get bacon and eggs for breakfast. Mr. Corpuz approached him and offered to paint the Gloamin' for him." - Glenda Waugh 
 
196
SS Norfolk
SS Norfolk
"EMIGRATION. -- The fine ship Norfolk, Captain Elliot, sailed from this port on the 19th September, under very favorable circumstances, at a quarter past three p.m., having on board about 143 souls put on by us. We rejoice to see so practical an illustration of the faith of the Saints being unshaken by the late tragical events in the West, and that the Saints are not living according to the precepts of men, but the word of the Lord. Any anxious to emigrate about the 12th instant, can have an opportunity of doing so, by making early application. Early in January next we expect to charter a ship, and should be glad to receive notice as soon as possible of all who intend to go at that time."

"TWENTY EIGHTH COMPANY. -- Norfolk, 143 souls . . . This was the first ship load of Saints sent out from England after the martyrdom of the Prophet Joseph Smith. Proceeding up the river, a number of the emigrants found it necessary, for the lack of means, to settle down temporarily at St. Louis, Missouri, while all who were able , continued to Nauvoo." "Thurs. 19. [Sep. 1844] -- The ship Norfolk sailed from Liverpool with 143 Saints, bound for Nauvoo." 
 
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SS Norwegian
SS Norwegian
SS Norwegian 
 
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St. Andrew's later became known as St. Paul's Presbyterian Church
St. Andrew's later became known as St. Paul's Presbyterian Church
It was designed by architect William Thomas and built by Peter Balfour and John Waugh. Courtesy of the Hamilton Public Library. 
 
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St. Mary's, Carnwath
St. Mary's, Carnwath
The tombstone on the left is the approximate position of the tomb of John Paterson. Alexander Archer Digital copy of drawing showing St. Mary's Aisle c. 1837 Copyright RCAHMS 
 
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The Lint Mill as possessed by James Galloway
The Lint Mill as possessed by James Galloway
The Lint Mill as possessed by James Galloway 
 

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