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J. Pearl C. Wry In Memoriam

Item is a newspaper clipping written in memory of Jennie Pearl Caulkin Wry, who passed away in her late twenties after a long illness.

Jennie G. (Snowdon) Wry

Item was in the possession of Pauline Mary (Alward) Spatz, and kept in her home until transferred to the Tantramar Heritage Trust in 2006.

A & R Loggie Company

Jennie G. (Snowdon) Wry with Mother & Sisters on Wry Lane

  • CA THT IWFFonds-2006.14.04-2006.14.04/11
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  • Part of Wry Family Fonds

Item is a photograph of Jennie Grace (Snowdon) Wry [extreme left] shown with her two sisters, Maggie Snowdon and Eva (Snowdon) Johnson, and her mother, Susan Snowdon [seated]. Picture was taken in front of J. Willard Wry’s house on Wry Lane, locat...

John & Mabel Alward at Wood Point

Item is a photograph of John and Mabel Alward standing together outside their house in Wood Point, approximately a year after their marriage.

John & Mabel Alward with Nieces at Wood Point

Item is a photograph of John and Mabel Alward with their two young nieces, Dorothy and Margaret, beside a well, fed by a spring at the back of the house. It provided water for the animals on the farm, and running water for the house.

John & Pauline Alward in Dining Room

Item is a photograph of the dining room looking into the living room of the house on Lansdowne Street, Sackville, NB, taken in summer 1963. Seated in the dining room are John and Pauline Alward.

John & Pauline Alward on Porch

Item is a photograph of John and Pauline Alward sitting in the sun porch of the house on Lansdowne Street, Sackville, NB.

John Alward & Team of Horses

Item is a photograph of John Alward and his team of horses at Wood Point, NB in 1940, hauling loads of wood to be used as fuel for the home as well as to be sold as cord wood to people in Sackville.

John Alward with Fishing Nets

Item is a photograph of John B. Alward posing in front of some fishing nets hanging to dry. Photo possibly taken by Allen’s Creek.

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