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''Hilda Forward, Kathleen Forward Rorke and Ernestine F. Pike''
''Hilda Forward, Kathleen Forward Rorke and Ernestine F. Pike''
Title''Hilda Forward, Kathleen Forward Rorke and Ernestine F. Pike''
SubjectsHarbour Rock Hill (Carbonear, N.L.) / Pike, Hilda Samways (Forward), 1889-1982 / Rorke, Kathleen (Forward), 1894-1979 / Pike, Ernestine (Forward), 1887-1950.
Physical Description1 photograph : sepia toned ; 9 x 14.5 cm
CollectorsRorke family
Date[ca. 1938]
Location No.PF-314.01.088
Biography / Administrative HistoryKathleen (Forward) Rorke (1894-1979), daughter of Ernest Edward Forward and Tryphena (Butt) Forward, was born at Carbonear on 1 June 1894. She married James Rorke on 23 May 1917 and had three children: Patricia (Rorke) Yorke, James Ernest Rorke and Yvonne (Rorke) Pratt. Kathleen died in 1979. Her sister Ernestine (Forward) Pike (1887-1950) was born at Carbonear on 24 April 1887. She married Arthur S. Pike at Carbonear on 25 September 1913 and had 3 sons: Ernest Fletcher Pike, Arthur Pike Jr. and Ralph Forward Pike. She died at Providence, Rhode Island on 22 March 1950. Kathleen and Ernestine's sister Hilda Samways (Forward) Pike (1889-1982) was born on 5 June 1889. She married her sister Ernestine's former husband, Arthur S. Pike, on 5 June 1951, over a year after her sister died. Hilda died in 1982.
Scope and contentThe Forward sisters: Hilda Samways (Forward) Pike, Kathleen (Forward) Rorke and Ernestine (Forward) Pike in their father, Ernest's, garden at Harbour Rock Hill, Carbonear.
DonorMr. and Mrs. J.E. Rorke, 1998
CollectionRorke Family fonds
Languageeng
Resource TypePhotograph
TypeStill Image
FormatImage/jpeg
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