Transcription of Jennie Pike’s Date Diary (1932-1940) – Page 23
Jennie Pike’s Date Diary (1932-1940) - Page 23
Our Majesties The King and Queen
visited N.B. June 13-39, came through
Marysville into Fredericton, a grand
reception. I saw them 3 times, it was
a most beautiful sight, one I shall
never forget. June 13-39 holiday
I went to Boston June 23rd – 39 returned June 29
had a delightful time.
Stopped Bill Jameison’s secton July 3-39
Fred Easterbrook [sic] died suddenly at Campbellton
July 7 or 8th 1939.
Mr. Duncan Robinson died in Milltown N.B.
Mon. July 17-39 buried here Wes. July 19-39
Ruth McDowell died Aug 3-39
Mrs. Cecil Baily died Aug 5-39
Ester Denmson in Mass. died, Aug 3-39 buried here Aug 6-39
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A Fredericton Region Museum project … exhibiting the history of Fredericton and central New Brunswick!
A BIG thank you to Kristel who has volunteered to help me with the Pike diary transcriptions!!!
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