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Visiting Grandpa and Grandma Turner

By Evelyn Whitney My Grandad, Charles Turner, was a staunch Orangeman, a firm United Protestant.  When I stayed with them they would dress me up and take me to church.  Grandad taught us to play cards — 500 rummy, Chinese … Continue reading

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Pictures of the Orangeman’s Quilt

Linda Butler (left) with her aunt, Myrtle Forsyth at the Heritage Quilt Show in Chilliwack BC. with the Orangeman’s Quilt. The Orangeman’s Quilt displayed on a rack. This view shows only half the quilt. The corner designs are different on … Continue reading

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The Orangemen’s Quilt

The Orangemen’s Quilt by Linda Butler This quilt was made by Jane Turner, circa 1916.  Jane was born in 1880 and lived in Minnedosa, Manitoba.  She never married, and remained on the farm with her parents and assisted in the … Continue reading

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