My father-in-law William (Bill) Demoskoff with his cousin Pauline Demosky, about 1941.
Copyright © 2014, Yvonne Demoskoff.
|Luchenia Demoskoff gravemarker|
|Priscille Belair’s burial record, 1939 |
|Mathilde Belair’s burial record, 1973 |
View of Queen Street looking west during the Hull - Ottawa Fire of 1900.(Library and Archives Canada / PA-120334)
Hull Fire showing bridge on Ottawa side looking toward McKay's Mill.(Horatio Needham Topley (1847-1910) / Library and Archives Canada)
View of LeBreton Flats looking north after the Hull - Ottawa Fire of 1900.(Library and Archives Canada / PA-121784)
|Plan Showing Extent of Ottawa – Hull Conflagration, Thursday, April 26th, 1900 |
|Demosky (Demoskoff) family, 1920s|
|Bill and Ann Demoskoff's marriage registration (cropped image)|
|Lake Huron passenger manifest (portion)|
|Luchenia with her sons George (left) and William (right), about 1917|
|Outside view of Bunny|
|Inside view of Bunny|
|Polly (Poznekoff) Cazakoff with her brother Wasyl Poznekoff|
|Ann Cazakoff, about 1942|
Looking over crest of Vimy Ridge on Vimy Village.(Canada. Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada / PA-001290)
Canadians advancing through German wire entanglements - Vimy Ridge. April, 1917.
(Canada. Dept. of National Defence/Library and Archives Canada/)
29th Infantry Batallion advancing over "No Man's Land" through the German barbed wire and
heavy fire during the Battle of Vimy Ridge(Photographer: W.I. Castle/Canada. Dept. of National Defence/Library and Archives Canada/PA-001020)
Bringing in our wounded. - Vimy Ridge. April, 1917(Canada. Dept. of National Defence/Library and Archives Canada/)
|Burial record of Mary Gertrude Vanasse (cropped image) |