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Hi Will. I hope life is treating you well out on the Island. Doing well in wintery Alberta.

Added: January 10, 2019
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Floyd: I also turn 72 on the 25th. Doing fine down here in the east. Fully retired now had 41 years in the Queens Navy then worked for a company that did the refits on the Submarines. Curl in the winter and and do some RVing in the summer. Good life if the body holds up.I have lost your "E" mail address can your forward it on to me?

AL


Added: January 9, 2019
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Hi all you Sixties Brats out there!!! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday and pray you have a healthy New Year!!

For those making travel plans this summer, there will be a mini reunion in Kingston this summer, possibly the weekend before the Civic Holiday. It would be great to see people drop in on their travels, as well as the ones who don't have so far to travel.

Look to this webpage for further details.

Bill Brown


Added: January 8, 2019
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Test to see if it works today lol

Added: January 8, 2019
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Happy Birthday Al! My #72 is on January 24th. I hope you are doing well.

Added: January 8, 2019
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Happy soon to be Birthday Floyd. Mine is the 25th.

Added: January 7, 2019
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Hi, I just found this site, what a visit down memory lane. Lived in Shilo during my teen years. 1962-65. Recognized most names and faces.
Wish I had known about the reunion I would of come for sure.
My parents were Capt. Paul and Doris Robitaille.
Saddened to read about all our departed friends, many were close friends growing up.
So happy I came across this site and renewed my happy memories growing up in Shilo.
Lois :D


Added: January 4, 2019
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Trying to locate info on my dad Lester J ward from Nova Scotia .he trained at Camp Shilo

Added: January 3, 2019
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Thanks Ken B. for that erudite explanation. Puzzle solved. It makes perfect sense

Added: January 3, 2019
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English surnames were derived from your position in life or the type of work you were involved in. A blacksmith evolved to Smith, a person who milled grain for flour was a Miller. The process of milling resulted in a lot of dust, hence the nickname Dusty.

Added: January 3, 2019
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