Tom Edwards has helped me immense with great photos etc.. Thanks to him again we have some great family photos.
My dad, John Edwards and his mom, Edith Edwards (Erskine) 1954 sitting on the front steps of their home in Appleton.
My dad John Edwards on the bridge in Appleton. The brick building in the background is the old general store.
My mom’s Uncle Jim Cavers. So it turns out Jim Cavers was married to Ann Cavers, who was previously Ann O’Connor. She was my grandfather, Carney O’Connors sister. That’s how she was my moms aunt. Jim Cavers died in 1957.
Looks like supper with Grandma Edwards. Mom, Dad, Ruth Craig, Eldon Craig, maybe Josie Symington at the end of the table, next one I don’t know, then Uncle Johnny and Essie Erskine.
L to R Grandma Edwards, John Edwards, Ilene Edwards, Carney O’Connor, Muriel O’Connor (Ferguson) and Great Grandma Eva Ferguson (Stewart).
Tom Edwards- Mom and Dad
Tom Edwards Ilene Edwards, Sue Edwards Jim Edwards at mom’s 65th Birthday.
Picture is Carney O’Connor with his 1938 Plymouth.
This is a picture of my Uncle Stewart Ferguson and Aunt Hilda Ferguson. On the back of the pic it says”Hope you like this snap. Stew looks like he’s afraid of the camera. Love from Hilda and Stewart. Aunt Hilda says my oldest brother is taking the photo.
Closest My Aunt Marie Dennie, middle my grandmother Muriel O’Connor and farthest is mom, Ilene Edwards
My moms Aunt Clara Morris and Grandpa Tom Ferguson
My Aunt Marie Dennie and mom on Marie’s wedding day
Marie Dennie and my mom Ilene Edwards
R to L My Dad John Edwards, Kim Edwards, my Uncle Ray Edwards, My Aunt Patricia Edwards and the other bridesmaid is Brenda Craig Shewchuk-Her mom Ruth was my dads sister.
My great aunt and uncle Johnny and Essie Erskine.
The ladies from the Royal Bank a few years back. For those still with us, we wish you all a Merry Christmas. For those that aren’t, trust me, we have you with us always. We love you and forever miss you.
This was when Dad went the gang from Findlays to play hockey in Montreal.
Come and visit the Lanark County Genealogical Society Facebook page– what’s there? Cool old photos–and lots of things interesting to read. Also check out The Tales of Carleton Place.
Information where you can buy all Linda Seccaspina’s books-You can also read Linda in The Townships Sun andScreamin’ Mamas (USA)