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The MacKenzie Family, Hillside, Monktonhall, Musselburgh, Edinburgh 1944
The MacKenzie Family, Hillside, Monktonhall, Musselburgh, Edinburgh 1944
Standing Back: Stuart "Stoorie" Chrystal; Standing left to right: Russell, Violet, Jenny, Jessie (Nette) and Jack Russell. Seated front row chairs, left to right: Kitty Russell, Peter?, unidentified, Vi and unidentified. Boys on the ground: Ian? and Alexander (Sandy)? 
 
202
The Waugh Family c. 1912
The Waugh Family c. 1912
The Waugh Family, 471 Selby Street, Nanaimo, B.C. c 1912. John "the Joker" Waugh was a Policeman for the City of Nanaimo when this photograph was taken. 
 
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The William Tapscott
The William Tapscott
The William Tapscott: 1525 tons: 195 x 41 x 21 Built: 1852 by William Drommond at Bath, Maine. The William Tapscott was one of the largest full-rigged ships built in Maine during the 1850s. She was a typical "Down Easter"-sturdy, moneymaking, moderately sparred, and designed for carrying capacity. She was a three-decker with a square stern and billethead. Among her owners, including her namesake, were such well-known mariners as William Drummond, Gilbert C. Trufant, and George B. Cornish. She hailed from New York. After plying the oceans for about forty years the William Tapscott was lost in the English Channel in the early 1890s. From Conway B. Sonne. Ships, Saints, and Mariners: A Maritime Encyclopedia of Mormon Migration 1830-1890 (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1983) pp. 198-199. 
 
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These are they...
These are they...
These are they who went forth from this University to the Great War of 1914-1918 and gave their lives that we might live in freedom. 
 
205
Thomas & Edith Orr and Christine Hahner & David Orr
Thomas & Edith Orr and Christine Hahner & David Orr
Thomas & Edith Orr and Christine Hahner & David Orr.
Photo courtesy of Goldie Rae. 
 
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Thomas & Edith Orr and Christine Hahner & David Orr
Thomas & Edith Orr and Christine Hahner & David Orr
Thomas & Edith Orr and Christine Hahner & David Orr. Photo courtesy of Goldie Rae. 
 
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Thomas Orr & Isabell Taylor
Thomas Orr & Isabell Taylor
Thomas Orr & Isabell Taylor c. 1895. Finn Studios, Livingston, Montana 
 
208
Thomas Widdison
Thomas Widdison
 
 
209
Violet & Jeff Waugh
Violet & Jeff Waugh
Violet and Jeff, Mexico, Aug, 1964 
 
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Violet Joy Russell and Jeff Waugh
Violet Joy Russell and Jeff Waugh
Joy & Jeff, Boonville, California, 1952 
 
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Violet Waugh & Nana
Violet Waugh & Nana
Violet Waugh & Ethel "Nana" Russell, May 5, 1957 
 
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Violet Waugh with Chief
Violet Waugh with Chief
Violet Waugh with Chief at The Ranch, Lower Lake, California c 1966 
 
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Violet Waugh with Toni
Violet Waugh with Toni
Violet Waugh with Toni, Alamo, California c 1966 
 
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Was One of first Coal Miners in State of Montana - David McKee
Was One of first Coal Miners in State of Montana - David McKee
Was One of first Coal Miners in State of Mont. David McKee, who died Tuesday, had been resident of State 46 years. From The Roundup Record, Roundup, Mussellshell County, Montana, Friday, December 13, 1929. "Miss Agnes Owen" should read Miss Agnes Orr.
Samuel Orr's grandson Thomas was also living in Roundup at this time. 
 
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Waugh Family
Waugh Family
471 Selby Street, Nanaimo. Back row: Jock, Janet Lindsay & William Waugh. Front row: Violet, Wallace Hodge, Ramsey MacDonald (dog) & Chrissie Waugh 
 
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Waugh Sisters
Waugh Sisters
Left to right: Agnes Waugh & Charlie Mottishaw (married Aug 8, 1923),
George Cassidy II, George Cassidy III, Violet Waugh & Chrissie Waugh. Violet and Chrissie used to tell me about riding in the rumble seat of this car and it seemed it was a special treat that they really enjoyed and had a lot of fun doing. I think it was Charlie Mottishaw's. - Jeff Waugh  
 
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Wedding of Jock Waugh and Winifred Russell, June 29, 1938
Wedding of Jock Waugh and Winifred Russell, June 29, 1938
Left to right: Ted Bertram, Ron Russell, Mary Cairns, Jock Waugh, Winifred Russell, Joy Russell, Roy Drury, Christina Waugh and Ed Thompson 
 
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Westminster Regiment
Westminster Regiment
The Westminster Regiment: The unit was converted to a motor battalion and designated The Westminster Regiment (Motor) in early 1941. On May 27, 1941, the unit entrained at the CPR station in Vancouver for deployment to Camp Borden. At Borden the unit became part of the 1st Armoured Brigade, 1st Armoured Division. The regiment sailed from Halifax on HMT Andes for Great Britain on November 13, 1941, exactly 26 years from the day that the 47th Battalion CEF had sailed for Europe from the same port. The unit disembarked in Liverpool on November 24, 1941. On May 11, 1944, the attack on the Gustav Line and the Hitler Line commenced with the Westminsters and the 5th Armoured Division forming the exploitation force, hoping to break into the Liri Valley and the assault on Rome. The advance through the Liri valley included the Westminster's most famous action, the assault water crossing at the Melfa River. The Officer Commanding, "A" Company at the Battle of the Melfa River, Major Jack Mahony, was awarded the Victoria Cross for his gallantry and leadership under fire during that action fought in conjunction with the tanks of Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians). This action cemented a friendship between the two regiments that has endured since the Second World War. The entire division was relieved from the line on May 30, 1944, and carried out "rest and refit" duties near the villages of Baia and Latina. By August 1944 the Anzio Bridgehead force had broken out, Rome had fallen and the advance to the Po River commenced. The Westies joined the fight on August 6, 1944, at Montefalco in the advance to the next German defensive position, the Gothic Line which the regiment engaged starting on August 26. The unit was involved in the crossing of the Fogia River and the Conca River. The unit completed the action on September 5, 1944. - from Wikipedia 
 
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William Conner Adam
William Conner Adam
William Connor Adam. Photo courtesy of Chloe Perdew. 
 
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William James Rae
Bill & Mabel Rae, Agnes Orr & Henry Rae. Thermopolis, Wyoming, 1930.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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William Laird Adam
William Laird Adam
Photo courtesy Chloe Perdew, Findagrave 
 
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William Laird Adam Family
William Laird Adam Family
William Laird Adam family photo, taken in 1888, which shows William Laird Adam and wife Elizabeth 'Bessie' (Connor) Adam and 11 of their 15 children. Top Row, left. to right: Kenneth, James, Anastacia ('Ness'), William Connor, Mary and Charles. Bottom Row: Isabelle, Elizabeth Connor Adam, Carlton, Annie (baby), William Laird Adam, Katherine and Tom. - Photo courtesy Chloe Perdew 
 
223
William Robert Hunter
William Robert Hunter
William Robert Hunter, February 3, 1855 - January 8, 1891 
 
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Winifred Russell & Glenda Waugh c 1950
Winifred Russell & Glenda Waugh c 1950
Winifred Russell & Glenda Waugh, Douglas Bay, BC, c 1950 
 
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Winnie & Jock Waugh
Winnie & Jock Waugh
Winnie & Jock Waugh 
 
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Winnie & Joy Russell
Winnie & Joy Russell
Winnie & Joy Russell. International Settlement, The Old Barbary Coast, San Francisco, Calif. 
 
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Winnie Russell
Winnie Russell
Winnie Russell. Peckham County School. London, England, c 1921 
 
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Winnie Russell
Winnie Russell
Winifred Russell, London, England, c 1926 
 
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Winnie Russell & Jock Waugh
Winnie Russell & Jock Waugh
Winnie & Jock Waugh, Los Angeles, California, 1938 
 
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Winnie Russell & Jock Waugh c 1935
Winnie Russell & Jock Waugh c 1935
Winnie Russell & Jock Waugh c 1935 
 
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Winnie Russell c 1934
Winnie Russell c 1934
The crowning of the Paper Queen, Powell River, B.C., Canada, 1934. Left to right: Winnie Russell, Sis Morris, Vera Lowes (Queen) and Lorna McDonald 
 
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Winnie Russell with mother, sister and aunt
Winnie Russell with mother, sister and aunt
Agnes (Ethel) Russell, Winnie Russell, Joy (Bunty) Russell & Catherine (Kit) Hunter. Somewhere in the mountains of California, c 1948. 
 
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Winnie Russell, Glenda & Jock Waugh
Winnie Russell, Glenda & Jock Waugh
Winnie, Glenda & Jock Waugh at Douglas Bay, June, 1950 
 
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Winnie, Ron & Joy Russell
Winnie, Ron & Joy Russell
Winnie, Joy and Ron Russell. London, England, c 1922 
 
235
Yellowstone 1962
Yellowstone 1962
Chrissie, Glenda, Violet, Karen and Jock Waugh. Yellowstone, August, 1962 
 

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