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Middleville Triplets Smiths Falls Triplets Carleton Place Triplets… Jean Sabourin’s Scrapbook

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Middleville Triplets Smiths Falls Triplets Carleton Place Triplets… Jean Sabourin’s Scrapbook
From Jean Sabouin’s mother’sscrapbook no date

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The Kingston Whig-Standard
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
19 Aug 1908, Wed  •  Page 1

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The Ottawa Journal
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
27 Jan 1949, Thu  •  Page 6


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The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
24 May 1949, Tue  •  Page 2


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The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
24 May 1949, Tue  •  Page 2

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The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
18 Dec 1953, Fri  •  Page 16


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The Kingston Whig-Standard
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
26 Dec 1979, Wed  •  Page 29

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The Ottawa Journal
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
13 Nov 1963, Wed  •  Page 5

Jean Sabourin’s Scrapbook — Class of 1962 Nurses

1957 Lanark Snow Queen Contest — Sabourin Scrapbook

The Old Bank Cafe Clippings and Memories

The Smallest Babies in the World?

The Triplets of Middleville — Reverend Smith

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The Triplets of Middleville — Reverend Smith

November 1940 Almonte Gazette

Mother and triplets all doing well is the latest word received from Grace Hospital, Ottawa, respecting the condition of Mrs. Stanley B. Smith, of Middleville, wife of the United clergy man there. Mrs. Smith had been taken to the Ottawa hospital on Monday, Nov. 11th and early Tuesday morning, following a Caesarian operation performed by three surgeons, she was delivered of three boys weighing respectively, four pounds seven ounces, four pounds nine and-a-half ounces and three pounds seven-and-a half ounces.

The Gazette correspondent at Middleville, in her weekly budget of news, stated that Rev. Mr. Smith returned home much excited over the unusually happy event that had embraced his household. He was widely congratulated and many were the fervent hopes expressed for the quick recovery of the mother and the welfare of the three babies. Rev. Mr. Smith’s circuits comprises four charges: Middleville, Darling. Rosetta and Hopetown. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have one other child, a boy, five years old.

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The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
07 Jan 1941, Tue  •  Page 2

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The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
29 May 1941, Thu  •  Page 5
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The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
06 Jul 1940, Sat  •  Page 22

The 27 Ounce Baby of Lanark — In Memory of Vera Margaret Tuck

The Smallest Babies in the World?

Middleville 1938 and Things

Middleville School _ History and Names Names Names

Jane Rankin Middleville –Gazette Correspondent

Middleville–The Vertical Board House–Another Beaver Medallion

Middleville– Yuill- Photos Laurie Yuill

James Bowes Mary McKay Middleville Clippings Genealogy

Strange Folklore from Ontario –BIRTH AND CHILDHOOD

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Strange Folklore from Ontario –BIRTH AND CHILDHOOD

Canadian Folk-Lore from Ontario. 25 

BIRTH AND CHILDHOOD. 

336. It is popularly believed that a child may be affected prenatally 

in various ways. Hand-like discolorations in infants, for instance, 

are attributed to blows received by the mother. Even the sight of 

unpleasant objects are supposed to produce similar effects. One woman 

was frightened at a mouse, in consequence of which her child exhibited 

a mouse-like excrescence. Another was frightened by a rabbit, upon 

the child was born with a hare-lip. 

337. Children may also be afflicted with various cravings as a result 

of such influences. A certain woman had an abnormal desire for an 

alcoholic beverage, which was denied to her by her husband. As a 

consequence the child had a similar craving. The same idea is held 

with regard to various foods. In such cases, if the woman’s appetites 

or desires be satisfied, the child will not be injuriously affected. 

338. A baby should have a fall before it is six months old if it is to 

have good sense. (An Ottawa informant.) 

339. A gift of some kind should be placed in the hand of a newly- 

born child the first time you see it. This is for luck. Any sort of 

trinket will do. (An Irish woman living in Toronto.) 

340. The first house an infant is taken to will have a birth in it 

within a year. 

341. To kiss a newly-born baby brings good luck. 

342. A baby must not see itself in a glass, or it will be vain.  

343. If a child is born with a tooth, it will be hanged,  

344. If its mother carries it in her arms the first time she walks in 

the open air after its birth, it will never take a serious cold.  

345. The first house its mother enters with it in her arms will be 

sure to receive a similar blessing (i.e., have a baby, too) during the 

year. 

346. To take a newly-born babe into the topmost room of the house, 

then into the basement, and then into every room in the house, is 

lucky. 

347. It is unlucky to name a baby after a dead person. The child, 

it is said, will die very young. 

348. If a child has two crowns on its head, it will live in two king- 

doms. 

349. If it is born with a “veil” covering the face, it will be gifted 

with “second sight.” 

Did You Know About Dr. Barnardo’s Baby’s Castle? British Home Children — Home Boys

Thomas Sloan Inventor Baby-Walker Carleton Place

Does Anyone Want to Adopt a Baby? 1900s

The Reed Baby Carriage

Laundry Babies – Black Market Baby BMH 5-7-66

Babies in the Textile Mills

Updates–What Happened to the Cardwell Orphans?

The Children of Ross Dhu Part 2 Hilda Martin

Who Won the Baby Contest in 1889?

You must have been a Beautiful Baby–Lanark County Family Names

The Children of Ross Dhu –Evacuation to Canada

The War Children that Tried to Come to Canada–SS City of Benares

The Hart Children of Lanark — Laurie Yuill

 

The Reed Baby Carriage

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The Reed Baby Carriage

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The McRae family bought a Reed carriage on layaway. It cost $60.00 and was bought on layaway at Friemans’ on Rideau Street in Ottawa. It had to be a top of the line carriage bought for many children to come.

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Here is a picture of the actual baby carriage from the McRae family

relatedreading

Who Won the Baby Contest in 1889?

You must have been a Beautiful Baby–Lanark County Family Names