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Archives de la Cote d'Or, B 296

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Memoire que par autorite des lettres patentes et closes de monseigneur / le duc prisee a este f… 61 more words

Dijon Archives

The Sherbrooke Record - Obituaries - January 28, 1960

Boutelle, Mary Winifred

Reid, Mary Winifred — At the Verdun Protestant Hospital on Wednesday, January 27, 1960, Mary Winifred Boutelle, age 85 years, widow of the Rev. 269 more words

Sherbrooke

Archives de la Cote d'Or, B 296

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Dijon Archives

Driving while black: Montreal police stop man to see if he was in a stolen car

Kerwin Clarke was pulled over in Verdun last weekend by Montreal police officers — and he says, for no clear reason.

The Saint-Lambert resident was in the car with his daughter, Quinn, in the back seat when they were stopped. 303 more words

Canada

Ragnvald went to war in 1918

100 years ago this month, my dad’s father, Ragnvald Duesund Bergeson (on the right in the picture above), enlisted in the United States Army. The United States had been involved in… 518 more words

Bergeson

à Votre Santé

It’s funny. It seems that the nicer the weather is the more we explore… but the more we are out, the less time I have to tell you all about it. 836 more words

European Travel

Wars and wines (minus cycles)

WARS:

Four years ago, AGMA borrowed a friend’s DVD set of Steven Speilburg/Tom Hank’s WWII HBO miniseries Band of Brothers (some 13 years after it aired.) It follows Easy Company of the US Army 101st Airbourne Division from their training in Toccoa, Georgia (right up the road from us!) to D-Day through V-E Day. 1,288 more words

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