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Lewis Payne reads his poem "A poem for Beaty's birthday," Town of Fogo
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Descriptive TitleLewis Payne reads his poem "A poem for Beaty's birthday, " Town of Fogo
TopicOral Traditions, expressions and the written word
Person as TopicPayne, Lewis
DescriptionLewis reads the poem he wrote for his sister Beaty's (Beatrice, b. 21 March 1925) birthday. They had one scribbler cut in two when they went to school as children, as the family did not have much money. Their father died young at the age of 47 and left a big family. Beaty married in 1945 and moved to Change Island, then moved to Lewisport in 1970. She had three children, two girls and a boy. She ended up living in her cabin in Lewisport.
Date2007-08-01
CollectorPower, Maureen
InformantPayne, Lewis
Dawe, Bessie
Biographical DataLewis Payne, 85 (b. 14 September 1922) and Lewis Payne, 85, (DOB Sept 14) and Bessie Dawe, 82, (DOB Dec ?) live together in Seldom-Come-By. Bessie is from Stag Harbour and Lewis is from the Town of Fogo. Lewis' family is from the town of Fogo, but he is not sure where they were originally from. They both are Anglican. Lewis has one child, Bruce, who is a teacher and owns a store called the 'This and That' store in the Town of Fogo. Lewis' brother is Stewart Payne, the bishop. Bessie has eight children: six boys and two girls.
Location Depicted/DiscussedCanada--Newfoundland and Labrador--Fogo Island--Town of Fogo
Recording LocationCanada--Newfoundland and Labrador--Fogo Island--Seldom-Come-By
FormatVideo/wmv
Extent03:34 minutes; 11.8 MB
TypeMoving Image
Resource TypeVideo
IdentifierICHFP00319
LanguageEng
RepositoryMemorial University of Newfoundland. Folklore and Language Archive. Fogo Island Collection 2007-225
CollectionIntangible Cultural Heritage Inventory - Central Newfoundland
GPSN49.61398, W54.16810
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