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Kathleen Drummond
Kathleen Drummond
 
 
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Kathleen Drummond
Kathleen Drummond
 
 
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Leo Alexander
Leo Alexander
 
 
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Lois and Howard Weedmark
Lois and Howard Weedmark
 
 
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Lois Gertrude Weedmark
Lois Gertrude Weedmark
c.1941 
 
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Lois Gertrude Weedmark and Stirling Blaney Weedmark
Lois Gertrude Weedmark and Stirling Blaney Weedmark
25 Dec 2002 
 
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Lois Gertrude Weedmark and William Bennett
Lois Gertrude Weedmark and William Bennett
 
 
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Lois Joan <em>Weedmark</em> Suss
Lois Joan Weedmark Suss
 
 
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Lois Joan Weedmark
Lois Joan Weedmark
 
 
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Los Banos 8th Grade Class 1933
Los Banos 8th Grade Class 1933
June Yamaguchi, Arlene Becker, Betty Hancock, Mathilda Alfonso, Alva Hultgren, Bettty Bridgford, Evelyn Robinson, Mary Olsen?, Barbara Berry, Chrystal Handley, Laura ?, Lisnella Terranti?, Joyce Mann, Margaret McCracken, Nancy Fawcett, Jean McNeil, Mr. Miano, Mrs. Williams, Anna DeGregori, Anita De Santis, Mabel Martin, Eunice ?, Mary Marchese?, Cletus Hartman, Ernest Balloti, James MacDonald, Daniell Mathew?, Bill Booth, Joe Sophia, Donald Weedmark, Lee McSwain, Ruport ?, Arthur Olsen, "Buck"
 
 
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Lt. J. Meagher
Lt. J. Meagher
Officers 63rd Halifax Volunteer Battalion Rifles 1882 
 
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Mabel Leola Whitehead
Mabel Leola Whitehead
 
 
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Mabel Whitehead
Mabel Whitehead
 
 
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Mable Whitehead and Gordon Russell Weedmark
Mable Whitehead and Gordon Russell Weedmark
 
 
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Margaret Hobbs
Margaret Hobbs
 
 
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Margaret McLaren
Margaret McLaren
 
 
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Margaret Neelin
Margaret Neelin
 
 
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Marguerite Weedmark
Marguerite Weedmark
Beachburg c.1947 
 
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Marguerite Weedmark and Lizzie Scott Weedmark
Marguerite Weedmark and Lizzie Scott Weedmark
Beachburg c.1947 
 
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Marion Grace Weedmark
Marion Grace Weedmark
 
 
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Marklin Weedmark
Marklin Weedmark
 
 
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Markris Weedmark
Markris Weedmark
This was a postcard style photo taken at Camp Fremont, Menlo Park, California. Camp Fremont was open during World War 1 from 1917 - 1919. The following photo shows the back side of the postcard. 
 
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Markris Weedmark
Markris Weedmark
c. 1918 
 
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Marvel Eckford
Marvel Eckford
 
 
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Mary Alma Watkins
Mary Alma Watkins
 
 
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Mary Ellen Crampton
Mary Ellen Crampton
 
 
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Mary Ellen Weedmark and Arthur Stanzel
Mary Ellen Weedmark and Arthur Stanzel
 
 
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Mary Ida Jones
Mary Ida Jones
 
 
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Mary Ida Jones
Mary Ida Jones
 
 
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Maude Alice Mckay
Maude Alice Mckay
c. 1940's 
 
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McGuigan Cemetery
McGuigan Cemetery
This cemetery is one of the oldest burying grounds not only along the Rideau River but in Eastern Ontario. It was used for approximately one hundred years between 1800 and 1900. Unfortunately, there are few written records anywhere either as to its existence or as to who was buried within its confines. The tombstones discovered during its restoration in 1979 and 1980 by the Merrickville and District Historical Society tell only a small part of the role it played in the history of the area.

It was named after Miles McGuigan, an Irishman who served in the Peninsular War under Wellington in the 81st Regiment and who was later wounded at Waterloo. As an army pensioner after the War of 1812 he married the widow Leahy, who owned the land, a Crown Grant, on which the cemetery is located. Legend has it that he was buried here but his grave has never been found. The oldest known grave is that of Samuel McRae, one of the earliest pioneers of the Lower Rideau Settlement.

Phoebe Chester, Frederick Weedmark's first wife is buried in this cemetery. It is possible that Frederick, as well as Frederick Alfred and Susannah are also buried here. According to records found at the Anglican Diocese of Ontario Archives in Kingston, Ontario, Frederick Jr. was buried in Chester's Burial Ground on June 4th, 1899. Was the McGuigan Cemetery known as Chester's Burial Ground at the turn of the century?
 
 
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Military Medals
Military Medals

British War Medal

Blue, white and orange ribbon
The Medal was awarded to all ranks of Canadian overseas military forces who came from Canada between 05 August 1914 and 11 November 1918, or who had served in a theatre of war. Those who had enlisted in the O.M.F.C in the United Kingdom and had not served in a theatre of war were not entitled to this medal. The requiredments for the RAF personnel were the same as for the army. Naval personnel were required to have 28 days of mobilized service or to have lost their lives before this period of service was complete. Seamen of the Canadian Merchant Marine who served at sea not less than six months, and crews of Dominion Government Ships and the Canadian Mercantile Marine were also

Victory Medal (Inter-Allied War Medal)

Blue, green, yellow and red ribbon
This medal was awarded to all ranks of the fighting forces, to civilians under contract, and others employed with military hospitals who actually served on the establishment of a unit in a theatre of war between 05 August 1914 and 11 November 1918 (inclusive). It was also awarded to members of the British Naval mission to Russia 1919-1920 and for mine clearance in the North Sea between 11 Novemeber 1918 and 30 November 1919. This medal was never issued alone and was always issued with the British War Medal.

Memorial Crosses

Purple ribbon
The Memorial Cross (more often referred to as the Silver Cross) was first instituted by Order-in-Council 2374, dated December 1, 1919. It was awarded to mothers and widows (next of kin) of Canadian soldiers who died on active duty or whose death was consequently attributed to such duty.
Marking (cypher) Number awarded
    GRV (George V) 58,500
    GVIR (George VI) 32,500
    ERll (Elizabeth ll) 500

The crosses were sent automatically to mothers and wives sho qualified, and can be worn by the recipeints anytime, even though they were not themselves veterans. The cross in engraved with the name and service number of the son or husband.
 

 
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Mrs. Forbes Weedmark
Mrs. Forbes Weedmark
 
 
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Myra Ann Grawbarger
Myra Ann Grawbarger
 
 
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Nellie Isabella Moore
Nellie Isabella Moore
 
 
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Nellie Moore
Nellie Moore
 
 
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Patricia Weedmark
Patricia Weedmark
 
 
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Paul Lemieux
Paul Lemieux
 
 
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Pearl Viola Weedmark
Pearl Viola Weedmark
 
 
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Pearl Viola Weedmark
Pearl Viola Weedmark
 
 
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Photo
Photo
Elva Condie
Ivan Answorth
Elizabeth Weedmark 
 
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Photo
Photo
William John Weedmark 
 
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Photo
Photo
Bridget Margaret Ryan
c. 1930
St. George's Courthouse 
 
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Photo
Photo
Theresa Mary O'Quinn
c. 1953 
 
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Photo
Photo
James Albert Alexander
c. 1953 
 

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