Do You Know Where This House Is

Do You Know Where This House Is

This photo was thought to have been taken in Bridgewater at about 1936 or 1937. It is believed to be at the home of a Boutilier or Smith family. It may have been close to the railroad in Bridgewater. Can any body identify this house, and its location?

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Who is this mother, father and child?

Who is this mother, father and child?

This photograph was taken by King in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. The people may be, or possibly have some family connection to, LANGILLEs. The baby’s name is Cecil. On the back of the photograph is written “Cecil at 3 months old”. Can you help identify them?

Contact: Sueann Bailey, Email

Rhodes Corner

Who is this man?

This photograph is signed either “Rhodes & Corkum, Bridgewater” or “Rhodes E. Corkum, Bridgewater”. The photograph is courtesy Lynda Andrew and Linda Wiggins, both of Saskatchewan. Exactly how Lynda came into possession of this and other photographs would make a good genealogical sleuthing mystery! Linda Wiggins of Lumsden SK came across a great number of photos when helping her mother move to a smaller home. Her mother did not know any of the people in the photos. Most of the photos were taken in Massachusetts, many with the family name of King. There was also a calling card with the name “Mrs. Alfred Warren”. Ms. Wiggins contacted the New England Historical Genealogical Society but that organization was unable to help. She then placed a few photos in the Saskatchewan Genealogical Society’s bulletin where Ms. Andrew spotted them. Lynda Andrew has sent a number of excellent photocopies of the portraits to the SSGS, including this man. This is the only photograph which we can say for certain might have a South Shore connection. But, on the other hand, he could have been a “come from away” on a visit! If you can identify him, please email Lynda

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Who are all these men?

Who are all these men?

This photograph would likely have been taken before, during or after World War I. There appear to be officers of a number of regiments here: cavalry and highlanders for certain. It is possible that there is a LANGILLE in the photo. Can you help identify anyone?

Contact: Sueann Bailey, Email