Remembering a former Carleton Place family- The Aikenheads
Marion and Mildred Aitkenhead with Irene Lomoroine(sp?) September 1928
Feb 10 1935 20 Frank Street
Evelyn Aikenhead, Ruth Burnside, Millie Aitkenhead, Little redhead, Marion Aitkenhead
Taken in Carleton Place August 4th 1929
No Names- taken at Carleton Place – April 1930
Marion and Mildred Aitknhead and Ruthie Burnside April 9 1930 20 Frank Street
Mrs. Burnside (Mrs. Aitkenhead’s Mother)
Dad (Bob Aitkenhead) and Mrs. Heedon or Weedon (more on that car they are posing from later)
Pearl, Ruby and Eileen? Mathews Carleton Place 1929
Craig Shouldice–The first Aitkenhead to come to Canada was David Aitkenhead, in 1886. He was married to Elizabeth McInnes and had 10 children, 4 of whom died young. Two of his sons were George as mentioned here and Robert, who opened the Aitkenhead bakery in Almonte. I think David was the original owner of the Ottawa bakery. I have a picture somewhere of him standing in front of his delivery van and store. George married Rhoda Donovan, his sister Margaret married Rhoda’s brother John Donovan.
The photos from the Millie Aikenhead Collection as I call it will be split between the Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum (Carleton Place Photos) and the North Lanark Regional Museum (Almonte Photos)
I try and save old photos after I share them with the world as I feel no one will appreciate them if they sit unseen. If you read My Family in a Box story those pictures are now in the save keeping of Archives Lanark.
What Happened to the House and Family on Frank Street –Part 1
The Aitkenhead Family at 20 Frank Street in Carleton Place
Before there was Baker Bob’s There was The Almonte Bakery
Hog’s Back Falls Ottawa –Aitkenhead Photo Collection
Photos of the Orange Parade Almonte 1963 — Name that Band?
How to Make a Vintage Apron- Aitkenhead Photo Collection
No Banker Left Behind – Bank of Montreal Almonte Photos
Down by the Mississippi River- Almonte Falls Photos 50s
Are These Memories Just for Ourselves? — The Family in a Box