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George & Bernadette, the Harts, Menard & Kellehers late '50s
George & Bernadette, the Harts, Menard & Kellehers late '50s
 
 
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George and Bernadette Turner 25th anniversary 1931
George and Bernadette Turner 25th anniversary 1931
 
 
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George and Lou Turner c1905
George and Lou Turner c1905
 
 
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George H Turner descendants chart
George H Turner descendants chart
 
 
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George H Turner heritage plaque on Fredericton house
George H Turner heritage plaque on Fredericton house
 
 
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George H. Turner c1875
George H. Turner c1875
 
 
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George Turner and Bernadette Joanis family tree
George Turner and Bernadette Joanis family tree
 
 
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George Turner and John Turner Jr. death notice 1860
George Turner and John Turner Jr. death notice 1860
This notice from The Head Quarters of May 23 1860; George died May 22nd and his grandson John, drowned on May 12th. 
 
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George Turner c1950
George Turner c1950
 
 
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George Turner cottage at Trout Lake Barry's Bay, Ontario
George Turner cottage at Trout Lake Barry's Bay, Ontario
 
 
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George Turner signature 1855
George Turner signature 1855
George's signature from a property sale agreement July 1855 
 
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George Turner – Cattle grazing in the Rideau River at Hurdman's Bridge 1920s
George Turner – Cattle grazing in the Rideau River at Hurdman's Bridge 1920s
The Turner house is being the tall trees centre 
 
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George Turner – Firemen and Engineers who worked for OA&PS Railway c1915
George Turner – Firemen and Engineers who worked for OA&PS Railway c1915
George and brother Lou worked for the Ottawa, Arnprior & Parry Sound Railway while it was owned by Grand Trunk Railway. George is pictured left column, second from the top and Lou is second last column from right, fourth down. 
 
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George Turner – Hurdman's Bridge 2013
George Turner – Hurdman's Bridge 2013
Map showing location of George Turner's expropriated lands on a 2013 map. 
 
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George Turner – Map of Bark Lake, Carson Lake and Trout Lake
George Turner – Map of Bark Lake, Carson Lake and Trout Lake
These lakes are west of Barry's Bay off Highway 60. 
 
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George Turner – map showing southeast Ottawa, Hurdman's Bridge and Turner residence location 1946
George Turner – map showing southeast Ottawa, Hurdman's Bridge and Turner residence location 1946
 
 
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George Turner – MLW Pacific J-3-b locomotive
George Turner – MLW Pacific J-3-b locomotive
This engine was similar to CNR engine 5072 used by George on his last run before retirement in 1949. 
 
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George Turner – Retirement article 1948
George Turner – Retirement article 1948
 
 
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George Turner – retirement article CNR 1949
George Turner – retirement article CNR 1949
 
 
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George Turner – Union Station Ottawa 1940s
George Turner – Union Station Ottawa 1940s
George Turner was fireman and engineer on trains using this station for more almost 50 years. 
 
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George Turner's cottage Trout Lake Barry's Bay Ontario c2011
George Turner's cottage Trout Lake Barry's Bay Ontario c2011
 
 
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George Turner's heritage house in Fredericton, 1833
George Turner's heritage house in Fredericton, 1833
 
 
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George White Jan 14 1895
George White Jan 14 1895
 
 
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George, John , Agnes and Margaret Turner c1883
George, John , Agnes and Margaret Turner c1883
John Turner seated with granddaughter Agnes; John's son George and his wife Margaret Rowan 
 
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George, Rob, George, Frank, Alice & Winnie Turner c1931
George, Rob, George, Frank, Alice & Winnie Turner c1931
 
 
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Gertrude Kilby,  Margaret Powers,  unidentified c1940
Gertrude Kilby, Margaret Powers, unidentified c1940
 
 
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Gil, Cliff & Marjorie
Gil, Cliff & Marjorie
 
 
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Gillies Mill Carleton Place c1895
Gillies Mill Carleton Place c1895
 
 
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Grand Trunk Railway engine Rockland c1905
Grand Trunk Railway engine Rockland c1905
The engineer could be Frank Turner 
 
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Guerney Orr c1935
Guerney Orr c1935
 
 
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Guillaume Couillard at the Louis Hebert monument in Quebec city
Guillaume Couillard at the Louis Hebert monument in Quebec city
 
 
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Harvey Turner, Billy Turner, Délina Gauthier, Bernadette Turner 1936
Harvey Turner, Billy Turner, Délina Gauthier, Bernadette Turner 1936
 
 
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Harvey, Frank & Rob Turner c1930
Harvey, Frank & Rob Turner c1930
 
 
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Hébert, Louis - Statue in Montmorency Park in Quebec City
Hébert, Louis - Statue in Montmorency Park in Quebec City
In Quebec City’s Montmorency Park, a large monument commemorates Louis Hébert, Marie Rollet and their son-in-law, Guillaume Couillard. The central figure is Louis holding a sheaf of corn in one hand and a sickle in the other. On the right is Marie holding her three children and on the left is Guillaume with a plough. A plaque lists the first colonists of Quebec. 
 
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Helena and Theresa Daley c1917
Helena and Theresa Daley c1917
 
 
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Helena Daley Graham
Helena Daley Graham
 
 
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Helena Daley, Emmett Cullen, Mary McClements at Rideau Hall c1918
Helena Daley, Emmett Cullen, Mary McClements at Rideau Hall c1918
 
 
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Holden Turner death notice
Holden Turner death notice
The Head Quarters January 8, 1845 
 
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Holden Turner family tree chart
Holden Turner family tree chart
 
 
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Holden Turner signature 1820
Holden Turner signature 1820
Taken from Holden's petition for land 4 May 1820 
 
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Holden Turner – Fredericton area where he lived c1784-1845
Holden Turner – Fredericton area where he lived c1784-1845
 
 
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Holden Turner's Ancestors
Holden Turner's Ancestors
 
 
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Hurdman's Bridge 1915
Hurdman's Bridge 1915
At Hurdman's Bridge, there were four bridges crossing the Rideau. The most northerly bridge served the Canadian Northern Railway. This was followed by the old Hurdman's Bridge used for regular road traffic, then the CPR bridge and finally the CNR bridge. The Queensway bridge was constructed in 1954-55 and the CPR bridge still exists and is now used only for pedestrians and bicyclists.
 
 
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Hurdman's Bridge before the Queensway
Hurdman's Bridge before the Queensway
 
 
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Ida & Rossell Johnson
Ida & Rossell Johnson
 
 
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Ida Turner
Ida Turner
 
 
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Ida Turner Johnson
Ida Turner Johnson
 
 
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Ida Turner, Ruth de Grosbois, Emma, Amy & Kit
Ida Turner, Ruth de Grosbois, Emma, Amy & Kit
 
 
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Île Jésus map 1700s
Île Jésus map 1700s
part of Plan of Montreal, with a Map of the Islands and Adjoining Country 
 
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Île Jésus map of parishes
Île Jésus map of parishes
 
 

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