Friday, June 28, 2013
The Lambton County Branch of the OGS is helping the Town of Plympton-Wyoming to establish a museum in the lower level of the Camlachie Library [former Camlachie United Church].
One way they are doing this, is publishing the fact that the people of Plympton-Wyoming are looking for information about World War I and World War II Soldiers.
The names on the Camlachie Cenotaph are -
World War I
World War II
Editor’s Note: A George Ritchie, who claimed Mrs. Thomas Maloney of Camlachie as his next of kin, was born 16 June 1881 at Point Edward, Ontario and died 15 August 1917. His name is on the Vimy Memorial. Does this information connect with anyone’s family tree?
Are any of these people your ancestors?
If you wish to help form the local historical society and museum contact Mayor Lonny Napper at 226-307-0523 or Don Poland at 519-869-4909 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Once again the Malpeque Historical Society is pleased to offer a roster of speakers for the 13th season of summer talks at Keir Museum.
The presenters will cover a variety of topics which are generally about the history of Malpeque and the surrounding area.
The talks will be held each Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. on the dates listed below.
There is no admission but donations are gratefully accepted. Come join them and bring a friend!
The events will be as follows -
July 10 - Streetscapes of Princetown/Malpeque by Sally Hooff
July 17 - Growing up in Princetown by Olive Bryanton
July 24 - Tales from the Dead by Linda Jean Nicholson
July 31 - Horse Magic by Marian Bruce
Aug.7 - Stories of the Past by Friends of Keir Museum
Aug.14 - The Sad Tale of Maggie MacGee by Dutch Thompson
Contact Ruby Cousins for more information - email@example.com
The website is www.malpequebay.ca/keirmuseum.htm