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MeganticMap.jpg
MeganticMap.jpg
 
 
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Mel Garvin
Mel Garvin
 
 
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Mel Garvin - Obit
Mel Garvin - Obit
 
 
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Minnesota State Census
Minnesota State Census
 
 
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Minnesota State Census
Minnesota State Census
 
 
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Nancy (Robinson) Gillis
Nancy (Robinson) Gillis
 
 
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Obituary
Obituary
Printed in the LaCrosse Tribune 
 
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Obituary
Obituary
 
 
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Obituary
Obituary
 
 
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Obituary
Obituary
 
 
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Obituary
Obituary
Newspaper clipping from an old scrap book. Newspaper name and date unknown. 
 
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OldGillisFarmhouseInverness.jpg
OldGillisFarmhouseInverness.jpg
 
 
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Old_Church,_Wardsboro,_VT.jpg
Old_Church,_Wardsboro,_VT.jpg
 
 
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PearlGillisFordHeadstone.jpg
PearlGillisFordHeadstone.jpg
 
 
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PineIs65.gif
PineIs65.gif
 
 
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PlainviewMN.jpg
PlainviewMN.jpg
 
 
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Resignation as JP -1
Resignation as JP -1
 
 
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Resignation as JP 2
Resignation as JP 2
 
 
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RobertEdwards2_crop.jpg
RobertEdwards2_crop.jpg
 
 
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RobertEdwards_crop.jpg
RobertEdwards_crop.jpg
 
 
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ROBINSON James 1800-1887, Boutelles Cemetery, St-Jean-de-Brebeuf QC [JAM 2007] {3166}.JPG
ROBINSON James 1800-1887, Boutelles Cemetery, St-Jean-de-Brebeuf QC [JAM 2007] {3166}.JPG
 
 
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ROBINSON James 1832-1894, Boutelles Cemetery, St-Jean-de-Brebeuf QC [JAM 2007] {3741}.JPG
ROBINSON James 1832-1894, Boutelles Cemetery, St-Jean-de-Brebeuf QC [JAM 2007] {3741}.JPG
 
 
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ROBINSON John W 1839-1861, Boutelles Cemetery, St-Jean-de-Brebeuf QC [JAM 2007] {7177}.JPG
ROBINSON John W 1839-1861, Boutelles Cemetery, St-Jean-de-Brebeuf QC [JAM 2007] {7177}.JPG
 
 
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ROBINSON Robert 1846-1908, Boutelles Cemetery, St-Jean-de-Brebeuf QC [JAM 2007] {3165].JPG
ROBINSON Robert 1846-1908, Boutelles Cemetery, St-Jean-de-Brebeuf QC [JAM 2007] {3165].JPG
 
 
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ROBINSON Sam ~ [AWC] {1948}.jpg
ROBINSON Sam ~ [AWC] {1948}.jpg
 
 
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ROBINSON Samuel 1848-1929, Boutelles Cemetery, St-Jean-de-Brebeuf QC [JAM 2007] {1948}.JPG
ROBINSON Samuel 1848-1929, Boutelles Cemetery, St-Jean-de-Brebeuf QC [JAM 2007] {1948}.JPG
 
 
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ROBINSON Stuart 1843-1921, Boutelles Cemetery, St-Jean-de-Brebeuf QC [JAM 2007] {7178}.JPG
ROBINSON Stuart 1843-1921, Boutelles Cemetery, St-Jean-de-Brebeuf QC [JAM 2007] {7178}.JPG
 
 
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ROBINSON Thomas Reid 1837-1875, Boutelles Cemetery, St-Jean-de-Brebeuf QC [JAM 2007] {3739}.JPG
ROBINSON Thomas Reid 1837-1875, Boutelles Cemetery, St-Jean-de-Brebeuf QC [JAM 2007] {3739}.JPG
 
 
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RushmoreMN.JPG
RushmoreMN.JPG
 
 
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School Photo
School Photo
 
 
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SRoyaltonVTMethodistChurchBuilt1889.jpg
SRoyaltonVTMethodistChurchBuilt1889.jpg
 
 
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SRoyaltonVTMethodistChurchBuilt1889_2.jpg
SRoyaltonVTMethodistChurchBuilt1889_2.jpg
 
 
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Thomas Alexander Robinson
Thomas Alexander Robinson
From Robert and Pat Lowry 
 
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Thomas Scott Gillis - Obit
Thomas Scott Gillis - Obit
 
 
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ThompsonBuick.jpg
ThompsonBuick.jpg
 
 
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ThompsonHakes.jpg
ThompsonHakes.jpg
 
 
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US Census
US Census
John M. Jardine, 20, and his mother, Mary, living with Mary's mother Ann. 
 
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Victory Medal
Victory Medal
The medal was awarded to all ranks of the fighting forces, to civilians under contract, and others employed with military hospitals who actually served on the establishment of a unit in a theatre of war between 05 August 1914 and 11 November 1918 (inclusive). It was also awarded to members of the British Naval mission to Russia 1919 - 1920 and for mine clearance in the North Sea between 11 November 1918 and 30 November 1919. This medal was never issued alone and was always issued with the British War Medal.

Bars

Only the Mentioned-in-Despatches multiple-leaved emblem is worn on this medal when it was awarded for WWI. There were no other bars.
Description

A circular, copper medal, lacquered bronze, 1.42 inches in diameter.
Obverse

The obverse shows the winged, full-length, full-front, figure of Victory, with her left arm extended and holding a palm branch in her right hand.
Reverse

The reverse shows the legend THE GREAT / WAR FOR / CIVILISATION / 1914 - 1919 in four lines, surrounded by a wreath, with dots below the words.
Mounting

A ring (0.5" diameter) passes through a loop fixed to the top of the medal. The ring moves forwards and backwards but not sideways.
Ribbon

The watered ribbon is 1.5 inches (39 mm) wide, and consists of nine coloured stripes: violet, blue, green, yellow, red (centre), yellow, green, blue, and violet.
Dates

The Inter-Allied War Medal was agreed to by all allies in March 1919. All medals were to be almost identical to obviate the need to exchange allied medals and each was patterned after a French medal of 1870. The medal was authorized in Britain (and for Canadians) on 01 September 1919.
Issued

There were 351,289 medals awarded to the CEF (of the 5,725,000 total issued), always with the VM.
Naming

The recipient's name, number and rank are engraved on the rim for the first issue. 
 
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VtMethodistCollege.png
VtMethodistCollege.png
 
 
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WardsboroVtWhereEdith&WillBorn.jpg
WardsboroVtWhereEdith&WillBorn.jpg
 
 
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Wedding Announcement
Wedding Announcement
Edward William Jardine and Mae Thompson 
 
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WesleyanCollegeRow.JPG
WesleyanCollegeRow.JPG
 
 
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WesleyanUniversityCollegeRow1870s.png
WesleyanUniversityCollegeRow1870s.png
 
 
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WestFairleeSchool.JPG
WestFairleeSchool.JPG
 
 
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WillGillis.jpg
WillGillis.jpg
 
 
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WillGillisChatfieldMN.jpg
WillGillisChatfieldMN.jpg
 
 
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WillGillisStanding.jpg
WillGillisStanding.jpg
 
 
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WilliamMGillis.jpg
WilliamMGillis.jpg
 
 
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WilliamMGillisBuggyRushmore.jpg
WilliamMGillisBuggyRushmore.jpg
 
 
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Winifred.jpg
Winifred.jpg
 
 

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