Harvey Parade Wednesday August 17th, 1960.“Honey Bears Picnic”
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From a postcard: Oromocto Lake LodgeNew modern Lodge and Camps.located 9 miles south of Harvey Station, N.B.Route 3 from Vanceboro. Route 4 Calais Me. Date
Thomas DavidsonBorn March 29, 1827 in Sheffield Yorkshire England diedJuly 10, 1903 in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.Came to Canada in 1847Married to Jane Carmichael ( daughter
Born 1847 in Harvey died May 1, 1900 in Williamsburg.Daughter of James Craig and Mary Hume.Married to John Dorcas from Stanley.
Harvey Fair Days A view of the fair held at the Lakeshore. Unknown date.
Benjamin RobisonBorn August 25, 1881 died _Son of Thomas Robison and Fannie Elkington.Married on Mar 26, 1902 Myrtle McGeeBorn 1884 died July 19, 1905 embolismDaughter
Isabelle and Elizabeth Nesbitt.daughters of Thomas nesbitt and Janet Little. Isabelle (Belle) NesbittBorn April 18, 1873 died November 14, 1954Married to James “Wesley” Patterson.Belle and
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