Our FamilyThis site is about our family.
Here you will find photographs,biographies, eulogies and stories about us, cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents, great grandparents, etc., and some history of the places our ancestors come from.
You will find things of interest to us that we hope you will also find interesting.
There is a link at the top and bottom of this page to my Arctic Experiences site - pictures taken during my 13 years working in the Arctic
There is also a link to my Alberta Oilfields site - pictures of work in the oilfields.
This is a site that will constantly be changing as our family grows and interests change.
We hope you like what we have done, please let us know by signing the guest book.
Our family tree features over 10.000 individuals and can be found by following the genealogy link at the top or the bottom of this page.
Also, visit my brother's sites (see the links at the bottom of this page).
Trudy Smith -
of Bow Lane.
and Mrs. Clyde W. Storms
Dwight Rice Family
Smith of Olrig
(added 22 January 2000)
The Bradshaw Family
The Mearl Parker
The Clyde Wilson
The Parker Family
The Roger Parker
The George Lackey
Father Thomas Aloysius
Cathy at the Helm
Reunion at Brookmere
A history of
the Churches in Ardrossan
A History of
Alberta Becomes a Province
Scenes from Burnley, courtesy John Dyer.
(Click on image to see full size)
(Added 1 October 2006)
Read about Darrel and Anthea and their attempt to start a herd of Water Buffalo at Duncan, BC on Vancouver Island, and the problems with the Canadian Government.
Also visit Darrel and Anthea Archer
at: Fairburn Farm.
Cemeteries (added 28 May 2002)
We have Photographs of graves and graveyards of some of our ancestors. We will keep adding more as we receive them.
(Added 18 December 2001)
Christine Gillies-Dilouie's Story
from The Cambridge Reporter.
-Christine is the grand daughter of
|[email protected]||#8 - 5906 Somerset Avenue
Peachland, BC, Canada V0H 1X4
Our Genealogy Site
The Smith Brothers Circle of Web Sites
Our Family Site
Memories of Thompson, Manitoba
Adventures of a Professional Tourist
20 November 1999
by Don Smith
Since 20 October 1999
Last Updated on
Saturday, 08-Sep-2018 01:10:43 MDT