Claybelt Chronicles ~ Volume SEVEN

Claybelt Chronicles Vol 7

In 2006, we started interviewing our Temiskaming seniors to capture their stories and help keep the history of the area alive with as many first-hand accounts as possible.

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Volume SEVEN includes the interviews from the following seniors:

Words of Introduction From The Editors

The Interviews Continue:

Anyan, Lionel

Armstrong, Elinor (née Richardson)

Brownlee, Judith Rubena (née Kiehna)

Burk, Carl Tholby

David, Olive (née Moore)

Elliott, Mordy Ross

Fauvelle, Ernest René

Field, Elmer James

Fortier, Noella (née Desjardins)

Guppy, Joy Bernce (née Saunders)

Hall, Kenneth Harman

Huff, Marjorie Hannah (née Foley)

Jibb, Isobel Barbara (née Bowen)

Jibb, Robert Melville

Jones, Rodney Clair

Kilgour, Anne Rose (née Watters)

Leveille, Ernest

Little, Marilyn Anne (née Christianson)

Loranger, Louis Phillipe

Mackewn, Edward Charles

Maille, Nova Joseph

McLaren, Dorothy (née Simmill)

McLean, Davis Alexander "Alex"



McQuaid, Gerald Francis Charles

Mitchell, Linda Jean (née Lilley)

Pearson, Mary Elizabeth Francis "Betty" (née Johnston)

Pollock, Richard "Dick"



Proctor, Hazel (née Smith)

Ramsay, Peter Robert

Rhodes, Harold Edward

Schubert, Mary Patricia (née Wilkinson)

Shepherdson, Frances Elizabeth (née Edwards)

Sutton, Marjorie Mae (née Wright)

Touzin, Jean Guy

Tucker, Leonard Herbert

Walker, Walter Kenneth