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Up To Rawdon
© 2016, Daniel B. Parkinson

Author's & Readers' Updates: Photos (updated May 22, 2017)

These photos were previously included in Author's & Readers' Updates; that document contains an explanation of each photo. (To simplify formatting and to reduce the size of that PDF file, the photos have been relocated here. Click each image to view an enlargement.)

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Mary Jane Bagnall

page 16

John McNown

page 20

Mary Ann Blagrave
Family Photo on the farm, circa 1897
Frederick, Maud, Annie (standing), Emily, Robert Roarke, father (standing), Mary Ann Blagrave, mother and Charlie.
Robert Roarke

page 50

Jane Ann Brown
Ella Goudie Norris

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William Joseph Brown
W. J. Brown Grocery
888 St. Catherine Street West, Montreal

page 57

registration of death for Suzanne [sic] Lindsay Brown

page 135

Matilda Connelly
William Ralston

page 170

Edmund Holtby and Sarah Coulter family, at studio of S. J. Jarvis, Ottawa, shortly before the death of Ed in September 1901

from left - Cecil Holtby, Edgar Holtby, Edmund Holtby with Hazel on his knee, Hilton Holtby and Sarah Coulter (Cultra) Norman is pictured with his father on page 377 of Up To Rawdon
Sarah Coulter Holtby family, c. 1912, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

standing - Norman Holtby, Edgar Holtby, Hilton Holtby. Seated - Cecil Holtby, Sarah Coulter Holtby and Hazel Holtby.
The photos are shared by Earl G. Turner of Saskatoon, grandson of Hazel Holtby Turner.

page 217

Tombstone of John Eveleigh
Woodlawn Cemetry, Listowel, Ontario

page 283

Elizabeth Gray and Thomas Armstrong Mason

page 295

James Gray Senior at Sauk Center

page 372

Michael E. Holtby, Denver, Colorado holds the Rawdon Township Map used by 3X great grandfather William Holtby

page 377

Maria Copping Holtby

page 493

William and Edward Burbidge
probably in Minneapolis, c. 1904

page 520

Rebecca Irwin Marlin and Family
Row 1: Mary Ann Charlotte Smith, wife of Willie Marlin; Sarah Jane (Jennie) Marlin, the 7th and youngest child who was single in 1911 (Ascot Census); grandson Marlin Connolly; Rebecca Irwin Marlin, 1832-1917, wife of James Marlin senior who died 11 Aug 1906 (source: Malvern Cemetery)
Row 2: eldest son William John Irwin Marlin, 1863; grandson Mac McCurdy; Martha Elizabeth (Eliza) Marlin who was 6th Marlin child and her husband, George McCurdy.

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James Mason and Mary Armstrong

page 541

Richard Mason senior and eldest son James Henry Mason
James Henry Mason and Richard Mason junior at Portage la Prairie

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Thomas William Parkinson: 1876 US citizenship
1873 marriage certificate: Thomas W. Parkinson and Abbie S. Knight

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Alfred Holtby and Susanna Norrish

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John Rourke

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James Rourke
Rebecca Odlum

page 845

Smith Homestead
Jane Watters Smith, (page 958, 964) is seated at the centre. To the right are her daughter-in-law Susanna Boyce Smith and her son Robert; (page 845). Jane gifted him the property in 1877. To the left is Roberts adopted son, George Kinsey Smith (page 468). The photo was after 1896 and perhaps celebrates his joining the family. The man holding reins to the horse and buggy is not identified. The photograph is from the collection of the late Doris Banfill with thanks to Sue Sarrasin of Waterville, Quebec.
Rockville Farm
Robert Smith named the farm Rockville; which is appropriate. This was taken around 1920, when George Kinsey Smith lived there with his mother and is from my own collection. The address is now Scenic Drive; the house, although standing, is no longer recognizable. The author and his brother visited the site in October 2013.

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Robert Swift family of Blackburn, Missouri
Inset: Robert Swift (father)
First row: James Henry, Dean Edwin, Eliza Florence, Albert Aaron, Samuel Ephraim
Top row: Charlotte Rachel, Mary Caroline, Eliza Pigott Swift (mother), Harriet Matilda, Lillian

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James Farrell
Catherine Tansey
John Farrell
Benjamin Farrell
Alicia Jane Farrell
Samuel Hamilton

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Sarah Farrell Chevalier Sims
Emily Farrell
John Enoch Farrell & Annie Chrow

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Typical 19th Century Irish Jaunting Car