This is the second of a series of articles in relation to the St Margaret’s Church “Living” Memorial Project. READ ON
Historians and genealogists are often intrigued by the simplest of “things”. Often, an off-handed comment or a simple photograph will cause them to “go down” a genealogical or historical “rabbit hole”, with some interesting results. READ ON
Here is an interesting story about the “little” Church in the Cypress Hills-St. Margaret’s and its unique heritage and special connection to Medicine Hat and the surrounding area.
This is an interesting story involving some genealogical detective work!
Here is an interesting story about our most favourite relative and “how” things don’t always appear the way they seem! READ ON
Anyone who grew up in Medicine Hat in the 50’s or 60’s and who is interested in the history of Medicine Hat will enjoy this story about a legendary character whose name will be familiar to most and which will … Continue reading
I have always enjoyed reading and learning more about world history and more recently I became fascinated with the history of World War I. I also have always had a keen interest in the history of my hometown of Medicine … Continue reading
As an amateur genealogist and historian, I have been recently involved in several interesting research projects. I have written extensively regarding my family history (Anhorn/Medlicott/McIvor) and in doing so, I have endeavored, whenever possible, to put the story in some … Continue reading
Following the research, writing and posting on my personal homepage an article on a local Medicine Hat “character” entitled, “Lost in the Shadows-The Untold Story Of Phoebe Munro of Medicine Hat”, I received a phone call from someone mentioned in … Continue reading