Category Archives: MILITARY

Keith and the move to Spokane City about 1925…

The family once again moved about 1925 and settled in Spokane, the city. Their house was very close to Felts Air Field, which I visited in 2002.  They didn’t have a museum at the airfield but in one of the … Continue reading

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Keith Barclay John MacDonald, father, grandfather and his love of Airplanes….

This blog was named for Keith, my dad, and his love of airplanes.  The gray background surrounding the posts is a reminder of him.  He would wear steel-gray cotton trousers with cuffs and dance around the living room to the records he played … Continue reading

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Ontario Musings: Brock University and the Loyalist Collection

On Monday, September 8, 2014 I visited Brock University’s Special Collections.  They have a Loyalist Collection there.  My goal was to seek out information on Solomon Goss, my 4th great-grandfather who, according to the Pennsylvania history books was held prisoner at … Continue reading

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Ontario Wanderings: Loyalists and the Niagara Region Part II

Once I had completed my visit to the statue of John Butler the next goal was to find the graveyard which was not too far. I tried Aberdeen Lane N. but it was chained off and I had to retrace my … Continue reading

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