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Back to Western Ontario

This past week Elizabeth and I headed back to Western Ontario for some family visiting. Our journey started with a slower route to Stratford that took us through the tiny village of Washington where our great great-grandmother, Jean Anderson Collins, is buried and then through the village of Plattsville where our great great-grandparents, George Hewitt and Mary Clements Hewitt, are buried. 233 more words

A Double Wedding

A double wedding took place on 5 July 1928 in Fort William, Ontario. Frances Elizabeth Milne, daughter of Robert James Milne and Ida Hewitt Milne married… 91 more words

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Bisy - Backson

Kage Baker was a salamander. A desert nymph – a cactacead? – or a fire elemental or an actual genie: they’re supposed to be smokeless flames in their natural forms. 668 more words

A Family Anecdote

I have added an anecdote about my Dad to the Milne/Hewitt section of the Family Memorabilia page. Have a look at it. Perhaps it will inspire you to send me a story about one of your parents, grandparents, etc.

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Almost Anyone, But Fame


“Almost anyone can be an author; the business is to collect money and fame from this state of being.”

— A. A. Milne
Hooked On Quotes

Do You Have Family Memorabilia or a Story to Share

Do you have a piece of family memorabilia or a story or anecdote about a deceased parent, grandparent or other family member that you think would be of interest to other members of our extended  33 more words

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A June Wartime Wedding

Robert Gordon Milne (1921 – 1991) and Kathleen Jenners (1923 – 2008) were married on 11 June 1942 in Newbury, Berkshire, England. Bob was serving in the Canadian Army Overseas at the time. 36 more words

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