Bill McIsaac poses in front of his log cabin with the five fish he has caught.
Bills parents were Mary (nee. Poitras) and John McIsaac, married in Mattawa in 1871. According to Marion Sheedy's (2005) unpublished Autobiography entitled, Growing up in Bissett Creek, the McIsaacs were the first...
Video Interview taped in Chalk River Ontario. Stan describes what life was like growing up in Bissett Creek Ontario and shares information about his family.
Three young ladies pose on a saw horse in front of Bill McIsaac's house.
Left to right: Vivial Tooley (Bill's adopted daughter), Elsie McIsaac (bill's daughter) and Irene Tooley (Bill's adopted daughter).
A young lady holding the family dog, poses with her mother and little sister on a saw horse in front of the family home. Vivian Tooley (holding dog), Maime McIsaac, Elsie McIsaac.
Summer 1950 Stonework in the foreground, three terraces with Laurentian View Cabins written in stone. A cabin sits in the background.
"Home sweet Home" It's not a very good photo - too much space in foreground. However you can see dad's Stonework. The 3 terraces aren't that clear.
Two cabins set back from a dirt roadway. Fields stretch out behind the cabins to a tree line and the Ottawa River. Cabins located on the corner of Highway 17 and Boudreau Road
October 2005 Three video interviews of Happy Demarco, Stonecliffe. c. 2005
Jack Fisher sits out in the snow in his canoe in front of his cabin with a rifle over his right knee.
The Fisher's lived on "Fishers Island" in the Ottawa River prior to the building of the Dam at Swisha. The island was across from the town of Stonecliffe. Jack used to build an ice rink in the...
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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