Series F 14-3 - Lillian Rutherford

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Lillian Rutherford

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CA ON00329 F 14-F 14-3

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  • 1979 (Creation)
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    Bailey family

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8 colour photographs.

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(1859-2012)

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The Bailey family of Whitby begins with Edward and Rosetta Bailey, who were married at Brooklin on June 23, 1880. They had 8 children: Charles, Harry Marquis, George Norman, Norman George, Russell Oswald, Jessie, Walter, and Clarence. The family lived in the Brooklin-Whitby area.
Harry M. Bailey (1884-1969) was a general handyman. He lived with his father and mother at 218 Perry Street in Whitby.
Russell O. Bailey (1895-1967) was a foreman at the King Brothers Tannery in Whitby for 35 years and an engineer with the Whitby Malleable Iron and Brass Company. He served with the 116th Battalion during the First World War. In 1919, he married Rose Mary Hill and together they had five daughters, Georgina, Helen, Ruth, Lilian, and Rose.
Lillian Rutherford (1922-2012; nee Bailey) was the fourth daughter of Russell and Rose Mary Bailey.

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Series consists of photographs of the 125th anniversary of King Street School in 1979. Photographs show friends of Lillian as well as long-time Principal, R.A. Sennett, after whom the school was renamed.

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