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''Lou, Kay, Dr., Barbara & Judy 1943''
''Lou, Kay, Dr., Barbara & Judy 1943''
Title''Lou, Kay, Dr., Barbara & Judy 1943''
SubjectsLanyon, Cynthia (Deir), 1943-1999; Deir, Barbara, 1937-; Templeman, Louie; Forbes, Chesley Alexander, Dr., 1890-1956; Deir, Kathleen Irene (Forbes), 1916-?; Automobiles
Physical Description1 photograph : sepia toned ; 7.5 x 5 cm
CollectorsForbes Family
Date1943
Location No.PF-318.330
Biography / Adminsitrative HistoryDr. C.A. Forbes, son of Dr. R.E. Forbes and Elizabeth (Cowan) Forbes, was born December 8th, 1890. He married Irene (Matthews) Forbes (1887-1955), daughter of William and Julia (Sweetman) Matthews, in September, 1914. They had four children: Kathleen (born 1916), Vivian (born 1918), Clive (born 1921) and Lloyd (born 1924). Dr. Forbes died on January 11th, 1956, exactly one month after his wife passed away. Kathleen (Forbes) Deir (born 1916) married Jack Deir, a member of the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps, June 11, 1936. They had three daughters: Barbara (born 1937), Judith (born 1942), and Cynthia (1943-1999), a son named John Alexander who was born December 21, 1938 and died February 1, 1939, and two other sons, Glenn and Wayne. Kathleen's daughter, Cynthia (Deir) Lanyon (born 1943) married Walter Lanyon and had two sons, Ronald and Richard Dawe. She died on April 5th, 1999.
Scope and contentL-R: Louie Templeman, Kathleen (Forbes) Deir, Barbara Deir, Dr. C.A. Forbes, and Cynthia Deir (baby). Standing next to a car.
DonorGlenn Deir, 1998
Collection TitleForbes Family Photograph Collection
NotesThe title statement lists the baby in Dr. Forbes' arms as Judy but it is more likely her sisiter Cynthia.
Resource TypePhotograph
FormatImage/jpeg
LanguageEng
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