At the Lake

My mum (the youngest of 6) with her 5 older siblings, at the McGlade cottage at Mississippi Lake (Carleton Place, Lanark County, Ontario): CREDITS: Papers and elements by Crate Paper. Fonts: Coldstyle and Heck Italic (by E-phemera).

When did my maternal grandparents meet?

My maternal grandparents John ("Jack") Eugene McGlade[1.  My grandfather was probably named after both his paternal and his maternal grandfathers: John after John McGlade, and Eugene after Eugene McCarthy.] and Delia Lucie Derouin were married on 10 February 1931, at St. John Chyrostom RC Church in Arnprior (Renfrew Co., Ontario). My grandfather lived in his … Continue reading When did my maternal grandparents meet?

Disparité de culte/disparity of worship/disparitus cultus

When Rose Ann Muriel St. Jean married Max Glatt at a Catholic church in Ottawa,[1. Ottawa (Paroisse St. Jean Baptiste, Carleton Co., Ontario), Register of Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1909-1968, M. 6 (1939), Max Glatt and Rose Ann Muriel St. Jean, image 2257 of 2995, Ancestry.ca (http://ancestry.ca/: accessed 16 November 2012), Ontario, Canada, Catholic Church Records … Continue reading Disparité de culte/disparity of worship/disparitus cultus

Wilfrid Dontigny (Death Info Update)

Ancestry.ca recently extended their coverage of Ontario civil death registrations by a couple of years (from "Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1936" to "Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1938"). In a previous entry, I suggested that Wilfrid Dontigny had presumably died of tuberculosis. This presumption based on oral tradition, and on a photograph of Wilfrid Dontigny (with his wife Anna … Continue reading Wilfrid Dontigny (Death Info Update)