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1851 Canada Census - St. Mary, Hamilton, Ontario
1851 Canada Census - St. Mary, Hamilton, Ontario
John Waugh, Carpenter (42), Mary Waugh (46), Rob Waugh, Carpenter (17), Thos Waugh, Clerk (14), George Waugh (12), Chas Waugh (10), and Mary Waugh (4) 
 
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1880 US Census - Dracut, Middlesex, Massachusetts
1880 US Census - Dracut, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Robert Waugh (52), Agnes (51) and William (26) 
 
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Agnes Orr buried Nov 2, 1933
Agnes Orr buried Nov 2, 1933
Mrs. Henry M. Rae is Buried at Riverside Services Sunday, Nov 2, 1933 
 
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Agnes Orr McKee and David McKee
Agnes Orr McKee and David McKee
Agnes Orr McKee and David McKee and children Agnes and David (and probably Ann Jane) emigrated to the United States of America and arrived into New York City from Liverpool aboard the "City of Richmond" on April 14, 1883, and eventually settled in Montana. 
 
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Articles of War - Alexander Lindsay
Articles of War - Alexander Lindsay
Alexander Lindsay joined the 1st Battalion, 91st Regiment of Foot Soldiers on Feb 8, 1831 and was discharged on June 28, 1852. 
 
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Attestation Paper - George Edward Cassidy, 1917
Attestation Paper - George Edward Cassidy, 1917
Attestation Paper - George Edward Cassidy, 1917 
 
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Attestation Paper - Robert Waugh, 1916
Attestation Paper - Robert Waugh, 1916
Attestation Paper - Robert Waugh, 1916 
 
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Attestation Paper for Renwick William Hunter Anderson
Attestation Paper for Renwick William Hunter Anderson
Attestation Paper, Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force 
 
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Attestation Paper for Robert Brown Scott
Attestation Paper for Robert Brown Scott
Attestation Paper for Robert Brown Scott, Burnside Cottage, Cummertrees, Dumfriesshire, Scotland. 
 
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Attestation Papers for John Neil, 1916
Attestation Papers for John Neil, 1916
John Neil joined the Australian Imperial Forces on March 14, 1916. On his Attestation Papers he indicated that he was born in Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland and that his father was Joseph Neil. He enlisted in Perth, Australia. Added to the Attestation Paper was "Wife Christina Neil, 1 Caledonia Crescent, Edinburgh". 
 
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Authority to wear war medals
Authority to wear war medals
Authority to wear war medals for the mercantile marine by HM the King 
 
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Certificate of Competency as Master
Certificate of Competency as Master
Certificate of Competency as Master 
 
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Certificate of Marriage for Henry Rae and Agnes Orr
Certificate of Marriage for Henry Rae and Agnes Orr
Agnes Orr married Henry McIntosh Rae (born Feb, 1874 in Pennsylvania) on July 1, 1896, in Timberline, Gallatin County, Montana. 
 
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City of Dundee Roll of Honour - World War II 1939-1945
City of Dundee Roll of Honour - World War II 1939-1945
 
 
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Continuous Certificate of Discharge
Continuous Certificate of Discharge
Robert Russell's Mercantile Marine Continuous Certificate of Discharge  
 
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Corporal Frank Watterston Russell
Corporal Frank Watterston Russell
Commemorated in Perpetuity By The Commonwealth War Graves Commission 
 
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Court Martial - Alexander Lindsay
Court Martial - Alexander Lindsay
Documents indicate that he faced a court martial for "being drunk on the line of march" 
 
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Discharge of the Intromissions
Discharge of the Intromissions
Abstract of Account of Charge and Discharge of the Intromissions of the Executor of the late Miss Eliza Aimer Russell with the funds of the Estate. 
 
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Discharge Papers for David Smith, 1814
Discharge Papers for David Smith, 1814
Corporal David Smith was discharged to pension in 1814 "unfit for service". 
 
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Dundee Branch Register of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints showing Robert and Chesterfield Russell
Dundee Branch Register of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints showing Robert and Chesterfield Russell
 
 
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Ellis Island Passenger Record - Isabel Orr
Ellis Island Passenger Record - Isabel Orr
Ellis Island Passenger Record - Isabel Orr 
 
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Extract from the passenger list of the William Tapscott
Extract from the passenger list of the William Tapscott
Extract from the passenger list of the William Tapscott, Feb 16, 1856
William Waugh (48) Weaver, Mary Waugh (52) Dressmaker, John Waugh (21), Female Waugh (21), Jennet Waugh (19), Mary Waugh (17) and William Waugh (11 months). The Female Waugh is probably Janet Edgar, John Waugh's wife 
 
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Family Register for George Aimer, Jr's marriage
Family Register for George Aimer, Jr's marriage
Family Register for George Aimer, Jr's marriage, August 26, 1839, to Helen Stewart (born July 23, 1812) in a house at James Park, Dundee, and to Mary Stewart, sister of the above, on August 18, 1863, at West Hackney, London. 
 
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Flying Officer John Waugh
Flying Officer John Waugh
This is to certify that Flying Officer John Waugh Served on Active Service with the RCAF. 
 
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Frank Russell died on May 23, 1959, in Dundee
Frank Russell died on May 23, 1959, in Dundee
 
 
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Funeral Services For Henry Rae
Funeral Services For Henry Rae
Funeral Services For Henry Rae Held Last Sunday Afternoon 
 
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George Aimer, free Burgess of the Burgh of Dundee, November 6, 1822
George Aimer, free Burgess of the Burgh of Dundee, November 6, 1822
 
 
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George Waugh born June 16, 1807
George Waugh born June 16, 1807
OPR for George Waugh born June 16, 1807, in Lochmaben, Dumfriesshire 
 
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Isabelle Orr 1893
Isabelle Orr 1893
Ship Manifest from the Etruria Dec 11, 1893. Isabel Orr (46), Elizabeth (16), Jane (15), Samuel (11), Catherine Boyle (24), John (2), Richard Mallen (19), Mary Quinn (20). All of the above indicated Timberline or Bozeman, Montana as their destination. Richard Mallin will marry Ann Jane McKee (daughter of Agnes Orr and David McKee) 
 
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Lance Corporal William Waugh
Lance Corporal William Waugh
Commemorated in Perpetuity By The Commonwealth War Graves Commission 
 
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Last Will & Testament
Last Will & Testament
The Last Will and Testament of Elizabeth Sanderson Aimer 
 
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Letter written to Edmund Aimer
Letter written to Edmund Aimer
James Aimer (Shipmaster) "was Capt. Aimer, owner of his own ship 'Diamond' was born in the big white house of Barry near Carnoustie - his father was there", according to a letter written to Edmund Aimer (George and Margaret's grandson) by probably either George Aimer (born 1817) or Elizabeth Sanderson Aimer (born 1819). 
 
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Lieutenant Renwick William Hunter Anderson
Lieutenant Renwick William Hunter Anderson
The Sheaf - University of Saskatchewan 
 
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Medically Unfit for Service - Alexander Lindsay
Medically Unfit for Service - Alexander Lindsay
He was found medically unfit for service on June 22, 1852  
 
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Military Discharge - Alexander Lindsay
Military Discharge - Alexander Lindsay
Alexander Lindsay was discharged from service on June 28, 1852. 
 
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Mr. & Mrs. Henry Rae
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Rae
Marriages, Mr. & Mrs. Henry M. Rae was married in Timberline, Gallaton County State of Montana. Mrs. Rae Maiden names Agnes Orr Married July 1st, 1896. 
 
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Mrs. Joy Waugh
Mrs. Joy Waugh
 
 
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Mrs. Joy Waugh Dies Saturday in Sonoma Hospital
Mrs. Joy Waugh Dies Saturday in Sonoma Hospital
 
 
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My Business Secrets
My Business Secrets
 
 
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Obituary for Henry Rae
Obituary for Henry Rae
Traffic Accident Fatal to Henry Rae Well Known Gebo Man, Feb 25, 1937 
 
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Passenger List for the Tarolinta
Passenger List for the Tarolinta
Robert Waugh, Joiner, his wife Isobel and their daughters Jane and Jesse (Jannet) arrived in New York City from Liverpool aboard the Tarolinta on Sept 5, 1844, with stated destination "Upper Canada" . Upper Canada existed from December 26, 1791 to February 10, 1841 and generally comprised present-day Southern Ontario. The prefix "upper" in its name reflects its geographic position higher up the river basin or closer to the headwaters of the Saint Lawrence River than that of Lower Canada or present-day Quebec to the northeast. - Wikipedia 
 
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Passenger List of the SS Norfolk
Passenger List of the SS Norfolk
Robert Grant (29), Isabella (24), John (6), Isabella (2), William (1), Agnes (infant), Elizabeth Wardrop (29), Andrew Wardrop (6) and Margaret Russell (27). From New Orleans Passenger Lists 1820-1945, Ancestry.com 
 
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Private Robert Yeaman
Private Robert Yeaman
Commemorated in Perpetuity By The Commonwealth War Graves Commission 
 
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Renwick William Hunter Anderson
Renwick William Hunter Anderson
The Sheaf - University of Saskatchewan 
 
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Report of a fire aboard the Maidenhead
Report of a fire aboard the Maidenhead
S.S. Maidenhead, Chief Officer Robert Russell, London, England 
 
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Robert Green emigration to Canada
Robert Green emigration to Canada
Robert Green (son of George Green and Elizabeth Jardine) and his family emigrated to Canada from Glasgow aboard the SS Norwegian arriving in Quebec City, Quebec on June 7, 1886. They would settle in rural Manitoba. 
 
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Ronald Russell's arrival into Canada
Ronald Russell's arrival into Canada
Ron Russell left London, England aboard the Cunard Lines RMS Ausonia on May 21, 1926, and arrived in Quebec, Canada on May 30, 1926, at the age of 15. He was on his way to Powell River, B.C.. Powell River was chosen as a great place for Ron to play football (soccer). His aunt Jean (Hunter Family) and her husband Jack Drury had moved to Powell River sometime c 1919. On the Canadian Immigration form, John Drury's address was given as 801 Maple Ave., Powell River, B.C., and his mother's address as 75 Bexhill Rd., Crofton Park, London. His intended occupation was listed as "clerk" in "Paper Mills". He was also listed as a "Landed Immigrant". 
 

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