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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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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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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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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 & Christina Orr c. 1892
Agnes & Christina Orr c. 1892
Agnes & Christina Orr c. 1892 
 
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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 Orr
Agnes Orr
Agnes Orr, Bozeman, Montana c 1895 
 
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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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Andrew Waugh
Andrew Waugh
"Uncle Nabs" is probably Andrew Waugh 
 
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Archibald Little Orr
Archibald Little Orr
 
 
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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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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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Bill & Jock Waugh
Bill & Jock Waugh
Bill & Jock Waugh, July, 1934 
 
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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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Casper Gonser
Casper Gonser
Casper Gonser was a native of Germany, who came with his family to Minnesota and then to the Belt area in 1895. Here he met his wife Jennie Orr, whose family came from Scotland to Montana. They were married in Belt and lived here until 1916. All their children were born in Belt. Casper was associated with the A.C.M. for a time, then farmed in the Waltham country. Later they moved to Great Falls. Casper Gonser, Jr. was Great Falls park superintendent; Ruth (Mrs Howard Lease) was the dramatics consultant to the Junior Leagues of America; Arthur was on the faculty of the University of Denver; Earl was a section manager for J.C. Penney; and Thomas was the developmental consultant at the College of Great Falls. He later went to Northwestern University. The children established a Casper and Jennie Orr Gonser Memorial Book Fund at the College of Great Falls. Jennie died in 1955 in Monterey, California and Casper in 1963 (Ed Note: Casper died on 1945). - from Belt Valley History by Ethel Castner Kennedy and Eva Lesbell Stober 
 
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Charles Adam Patrick & Margaret Weir c 1885
Charles Adam Patrick & Margaret Weir c 1885
Dr. Charles Adam Patrick married Margaret Weir in the St. Anne's Anglican Church, Sale, Cheshire, England in March of 1885. The had three children: Charles Alfred Weir (born in 1886 in Spain); Catherine Nora (born 1887 in Sydney, Australia); and Ruby Claire (born in 1890 in Sydney, Australia). - from University of Glasgow Biography of Charles Adam Patrick by Jan Laurie, great granddaughter of Charles Adam Patrick 
 
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Charles Adam, MD
Charles Adam, MD
From "The rise and progress of Coatbridge and surrounding neighbourhood", by Andrew Miller, 1864 
 
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Chrissie & Violet Waugh
Chrissie & Violet Waugh
Chrissie & Violet Waugh, 100 East St., Alamo, California c 1958 
 
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Chrissie Waugh
Chrissie Waugh
Chrissie Waugh, Beacon Hill Park, Victoria, c 1921 
 
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Chrissie Waugh
Chrissie Waugh
Christina Waugh on Vancouver Island, BC, c 1950 
 
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Christina & Janet Waugh
Christina & Janet Waugh
Christina Waugh and Janet Waugh Cassidy, Alamo, California c 1964 
 
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Christina Brown & John Neil
Christina Brown & John Neil
Christina Brown (daughter of Jessie Clark and Henry Brown) married John Neil (Private, 28th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces and son of Joseph Neil and Isabella Ternent) in Edinburgh on Oct 1, 1916. 
 
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Christina Orr
Christina Orr
Christina Orr c. 1892 in Bozeman, Montana 
 
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Christina Orr 'Chrissie' Waugh, c 1921
Christina Orr "Chrissie" Waugh, c 1921
Christina Orr "Chrissie" Waugh, Selby St., Nanaimo, BC, c 1921 
 
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Christina Orr & John Waugh
Christina Orr & John Waugh
Christina Orr & John Waugh in Powell River, c. 1938 
 
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Christina Orr Waugh
Christina Orr Waugh
Christina Orr Waugh (third row, fifth from left) at school in Nanaimo, 1920. Other students include: Johnnie Elis, Stanley Davis, Jack Rowbottom, Dola Thompson, Mary Rowbottom, Marjorie Lewis, Mariam Randall, Isa Jarvie, Nancy Ritchie and Abe Hamilton 
 
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Christina Orr, Los Angeles, California
Christina Orr, Los Angeles, California
Charlie Mottishaw, Christina Orr, Jock Waugh & Agnes Waugh Mottishaw in Los Angeles, California, c. 1938 
 
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Christina Waugh
Christina Waugh
Christina Waugh, Selby St., Nanaimo, BC c 1920 
 
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Christina Waugh
Christina Waugh
Ethel Agnes Hunter "Nana" Russell, Christina Waugh & Jeffrey Waugh, c 1956 
 
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Christina Waugh
Christina Waugh
Christina Waugh, 55 Gil Blas Rd., Danville, California c 1957 
 
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Christina Waugh
Christina Waugh
Christina Waugh, 110 Easy Street, Alamo, California in 1964 
 
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Christina Waugh
Christina Waugh
Christina Waugh, Selby St., Nanaimo, BC 1937 
 
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Christina Waugh & Thomas Orr
Christina Waugh & Thomas Orr
Christina Orr Waugh & Tommy Orr at Roundup, Montana c. 1931 
 
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Christmas 1964
Christmas 1964
Uncle Charlie Mottishaw, Auntie Agnes, Chrissie, Jock (with Toni the poodle), Violet, Karen and Jeff Waugh. Christmas, 1964 
 
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City of Richmond
City of Richmond
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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Corporal Frank 'Wattie' Russell, Hong Kong, c 1941
Corporal Frank "Wattie" Russell, Hong Kong, c 1941
Corporal Frank "Wattie" Russell, Hong Kong, c 1941 
 
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Daisy Waugh Death
Daisy Waugh Death
Daisy Waugh was a well known soccer player in Nanaimo, BC. He is buried at the Nanaimo Municipal Cemetery. He died at the age of 24 by electrocution in a mining accident. At the time of his death he was the highest pro soccer goal scorer in British Columbia. He was the youngest player to play in the provincial national championship. Residence at time of death: Milton Street, Nanaimo, BC. His death was reported both locally and nationally. 
 
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David Orr
David Orr
David Orr. Photo courtesy of Goldie Rae. 
 
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David Orr & Christine Hahner
David Orr & Christine Hahner
Final Rites Held for Mrs. Christine Orr. Courtesy of Goldie Rae. 
 
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David Smith, flaxspinner
David Smith, flaxspinner
Smith, David, flaxspinner, Ward Mill; h. 60 Bell Street 
 
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Death Claims Alberta Orr
Death Claims Alberta Orr
Death Claims Mrs. Sam Orr. Belt Valley Times, Dec 23, 1915. 
 

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