1958 A boy and priest pose in front of a house. Father J.K. O'Brien and Andy Boissonneault pose for this picture. This was Andy Boissonneault's first communion.
1918 White picket fence in the foreground, a one-and-a-half storey home with porch in the background. This was the home of Ben and Ann McQuestion.
1960 A cedar post fence in the foreground with heavy equipment. In the background a road leading down to the Ottawa River and the Laurentian mountains (on the Quebec side) are visible across the river.
Early 1900s Spencer family portrait beleived to have been taken at the turn of the twentieth century. Back Row: Joe and Edith Spence with Nina, Bill Tooley with Vivian, Mrs. Tooley, Elaine Spencer, Bill McIsaac, Mrs. Louos Spencer, Louis Specer, Hazel McIsaac. Middle Row: Raymond Spencer, Mac Spencer, Walter...
1918 Picture of women and children (7 total) standing alongside a homestead.
Back Row, Teacher Miss M. Donner, Raymond Spencer, Frank Spencer, Mrs. Loui(s) Spencer. Front Row: McCarthy (Mac) Spencer, Elaine Spencer (m. Ferrill), Louise Spencer.
Interview with Blanche Jennings who was born in Stonecliffe and later moved to Mackey.
The Pellerin family poses in front of their homestead.
Back Row (left to right): John (Jack) Pellerin (also in McIsaac Old Place picture), Helen (Nellie) Pellerin Lomas, Maggie Pellerin née McIsaac, Bill Tooley, Bill McIsaac, Florence McIsaac, Hazel Pacholzuk, Charles Pellerin (Patriarch). Middle...
1910, Family of three poses for this picture in the doorway of their home during the winter. Ben and Anna McQuestion and son Victor.
According to records, the McQuestion family was in the Upper Ottawa Valley as early as 1845. William E.Logan mentions a Mr. McQuestion while on his survey of Upper Canada...
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