S: A Collection of Memories
FC: A Collection | Of Memories | 50th wedding anniversry Lac Renaud
1: To Mom, on her 90th birthday, May 15, 2011. | Elizabeth James (Harmon) Born May 15, 1921 | With love from her children, Karen, David, Bob and Peggy | Gordon James April 28, 1914 - February 8,2003 | No influence is so powerful as that of the mother. Sara Josepha Hale | And in memory of our father, Any man can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a Dad
2: THE EARLY YEARS | Mom mainly grew up in Liverpool, Nova Scotia
3: Then she met Dad, started a family and moved to Montreal...
4: They had an active social life and were involved in many things,
6: CHILDREN | Karen - July 14, 1943 | Tracey - November 27, 1975 Meagan - August 13, 1971
7: Mackenzie - May 31, 1999 Mark - March 23, 2004 | John
8: David - December 25, 1944 | Matt - July 15, 1980 Holly - December 29,1978 Wendy - January 29, 1975 | Irene | Lynne
9: Matt and Corina | Wendy and Steve | Holly, Abby and Tom Abby - November 24, 2010
10: Bob - May 11, 1948 | Sydney - October 4, 2000
12: Peggy - September 14,1950 | Emily - February 13, 1990
14: LAC RENAUD | Our family times at Lac Renaud, north of Montreal, span a time period over eighty years. Dad was first to enjoy the "Laurentian activities" and passed this legacy to his children.
18: NOVA SCOTIA | The sea and the Atlantic coast was Mom's infusion to the James clan. Dad shared Mom's love of the maritimes and as a family we spent many wonderful summers exploring and enjoying the local culture. Good times were spent at "Duna"
22: And of course there was always fishing, both in Nova Scotia and Dad's "lake" trips.
23: There were many family events - weddings, graduations , holiday celebrations and get togethers.
26: Dad's retirement April 1979 | 50th wedding anniversary
27: Peggy and Steve December 28, 1985
28: Bob and Julie, July 1999 | Dad's 87th | Four generations | Sydney's Christening
29: Meagan and John September 1997 | Holly and Tom, August 2007
30: There were pets...
31: After the kids were gone, there were trips.
32: We had great Chatham neighbours
33: Mrs. Bainbridge - a part of the family | Family visiting | And visiting family