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1 11 July, 1883, SAMUEL PATRICK MOODY, full age, bachelor, farmer, Lackagh, son of Patrick Moody, farmer, to SARAH JANE ACHESON, full age, spinster, Collow, daughter of Alexander Acheson, farmer.
Witness: Weir Acheson. 
Family: Samuel Patrick Moody / (F5)
2 5th June 1860, ALEXANDER ACHESON, full age, bachelor, farmer, son of Weir Acheson, farmer, Collow, to ANNE ACHESON, full age, spinster, Lackagh, daughter of Samuel Acheson, farmer.
Witnesses: John Dunn and Thomas Stuart. 
Family: / (F4)
3 7th February, 1900, ROBERT LIGGATT, full age, bachelor, farmer, to MARY ANN ACHESON, full age, spinster, Collow, daughter of Alexander Acheson, farmer.
Witness: William H. Acheson. 
Family: Robert Liggatt / (F10)
4 Adegem Canadian War Cemetery, Belgium
Coll. grave IV, AA, 6 
Weber, Joseph Alexander (I132)
5 Age 50 on 1901 Irish census Elliott, Elizabeth (I528)
6 Birth certificate says Emil Weber.  Weber, Emil "Joseph" (I78)
7 Birth date on headstone Osborne, Edna Vera (I64)
8 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Beattie, L.A. (I405)
9 Cremated and buried with her mother at Union Cemetery, Section Y: Row 15: Plot 58. Somers, Maureen (I222)
10 Cremation ashes committed to the surf at Long Beach, 9 Mar 2014. Per Paul Keene. Webber, Vera Edna (I137)
11 Cremation ashes committed to the surf at Long Beach, 9 Mar 2014. Per Paul Keene. Keene, Robert William (I293)
12 Death date on headstone Osborne, Edna Vera (I64)
13 died in infancy.
Information was given by great Aunt Beverly Yount Facciola. 
Fisher, Helen Elizabeth (I434)
14 Died of heart failure. Ireland, John Lindsay (I299)
15 Died of leukemia McFarland, Judith M. (I241)
16 Elizabeth Elliott m. 1874 to Samuel Acheson. Registration Disctrict: Stranolar, Ireland. Witnesses: John M'Cullough and Margaret Barr.
Note: Stranolar/Stranorlar is 14 km west of Donaghmore, Donegal, Ireland.
Source: “Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes 1845–1958”. General Register Office, Republic of Ireland. "Quarterly Returns of Marriages in Ireland with Index to Marriages."
The full date of 23 April 1874 is not sourced at this time. 
Family: / Elizabeth Elliott (F148)
17 George Weber was killed by poachers in Brumath on 10 April 1852 at 1:00 in the morning. His spouse, Margaretha, was also killed by poachers, in Mertzwiller on 22 May 1858 at 3 in the morning. Weber, George (I567)
18 George Weber was killed by poachers in Brumath on 10 April 1852 at 1:00 in the morning. His spouse, Margaretha, was also killed by poachers, in Mertzwiller on 22 May 1858 at 3 in the morning. Muckensturm, Margaretha (I568)
19 Louvain May 12/13th 1944:
The yards at Louvain in Belgium on this night were the scene of the loss of two of 419’s Lancasters even though the opposition was considered to be moderate. Taking off at 2155 and heading out to the target the crew and aircraft were shot down near Sint-Genesius-Rode which was 12 km S of Brussels. None of this very experienced crew survived.

OPERATION: Leuven/ Louvain- to bomb railway yards. 120 aircraft, 5 losses (4.2%). A more accurate bombing raid than the previous night with considerable damage to the yards. According to the local report, repairs were still being carried out some six months later. Civilian casualties were heavy with 160 deaths and 208 injured. Part of the local University, 8 factories, 4 convents and a church were also damaged.

The crew of VR-X had P/O Edwards and F/O Campbell who were a quarter of a way through their tours while the other airmen were on their second or third operation.

VR-X KB713 crew
P/O B F Edwards Pilot on his 8th sortie
F/O R R Campbell Navigator
F/S P Dewar Bomb Aimer
F/S R S Smith Wireless Op.
Sgt. J R Carruthers Flight Engineer
P/O J A Webber Upper Gunner*
P/O H E Oddan Rear Gunner

* P/O = "pilot officer", lowest ranking for a commissioned air force officer.

Source: 419 Squadron RCAF 1941 to 1945 and Crew of Lancaster KB713
Weber, Joseph Alexander (I132)
20 Married in Langfield Lower Church of Ireland. Family: / Margaret Montgomery (F150)
21 Name confirmed on death register for her son, Samuel James Acheson (I8). McKennit, Isabella (I4)
22 Norman was a quadriplegic all his adult life, caused by a singe-occupant car accident in his early 20's. Lived at the Dr. Vernon Fanning Centre in Calgary for his last ten years. Was diagnosed with an olifactory (nasal) cancer in late 2015, went into remission with chemotherapy treatment, but it returned in summer of 2016. Webber, Norman Gene (I298)
23 Obituary (from Stephen Hagan)

Judith M. Hagan
12/16/1944 – 5/6/2017

Judy Hagan, 72, returned to her heavenly Father on May 6, 2017 in Bellingham, WA. She was born on December 16, 1944 in Pasadena, CA to Elswurth (Mac) and Francis McFarland. Judy graduated from UCLA with a degree in History and a minor in Frencnch. She took a year off from college and traveled to Lille, France to work as an Au Pair for a family with 4 boys. In 1969, she met the love of her life, Stephen Hagan whom she married a year later on July 4, 1970. To Judy’s dismay, they sooon moved to Ketchikan, Alaska for a minimum of two years. She and Steve ended up loving Alaska and they lived happily there for 27 years, boating, fishing and beachcombing in the summers; skiing, lake skating and socializing in the winter with so many great friends and families.

Judy’s fondness for travel and passion for teaching manifested in her professional career as she worked at Alaska World Travel and taught at the Community College, Clover Pass School and eventually retired from Schoenbar Junior High. She enjoyed working as a cruise lecturer for 18 years sailing the rugged waters of Alaska and giving talks about the Alaskan wildlife and Alaskan city adventures during the summers. She quickly learned the treasures of the ocean and charm of the small communities helping some unseasoned ship captains find little known sea lion rookeries.

Judy often expressed that the greatest gift, and surprise of her life, was giving birth to triplet boys Matthew, Bradley and Robert in July 1974. From that point forward Judy centered her life on the care of her boys. She never tired of beining a mom, including all the duties to raise three babies; such as cooking, bottle washing, changing cloth diapers, transporting,praying and finally singing the boys to sleep each night. As the boys excelled in swimming, she was well-known in the regional swimming community as an active parent hosting other young swimmers and working tirelessly each home meet.

In 1997, Steve’s career took them to Port Alice, BC where they lived for seven years. She enjoyed the adventures of the remote town, fishing and golfing and some very special friends. For a person who did very little ice sports, she took up c curling here and was on the winning team the last bonspiel she curled. Judy and Steve retired to a home on a golf course in Sudden Valley, just out of Bellingham, in 2004. Her hobbies included golfing, skiing, curling, tole painting and creating homemade cards.

Throughout her life Judy was devoted in her faith to Christ. She was a deacon at Birchwood Presbyterian Church, attended bible studies and prayer groups at the church. She was a PEO sister and volunteered countless hours with Love, Inc. She had everything, grace, beauty, compassion, thoughtfulness and intelligence. Judy will be remembered as always having a smile on her face, a warm greeting for all and reverence for God’s grace.

She was preceded in her death by her parents Mac and Francis McFarland. Judy is survived by her husband Steve, sons Matt (Christa) Hagan, Brad (Stacy) Hagan, Rob (Meredith) Hagan, sister Casey Anderson, brother Jim (Chris) McFarland, grandchildren Harrison, Madison, Hunter, Lashlee, Payton, Parker and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

A celebration of life will be held at Birchwood Presbyterian Church at 2 pm on July 8, 2017. In lieu of flowers, donations in Judy’s name can be made to Whatcom Love, Inc., 1998 Midway Lane, Bellingham, WA 98226.
McFarland, Judith M. (I241)
24 Obituary notice from "The Mountaineer" newspaper, Rocky Mountain House

Amanda Lorraine Christensen
July 6, 1973 – July 1, 2016

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Amanda (Mandy) Lorraine Christensen. She passed away peacefully surrounded by family on July 1, 2016, at the Red Deer Hospice. Amanda was born in Calgary on July 6, 1973. She moved out intto the Arbutus area when she was four years old. She attended school in Rocky and enjoyed music, animals, and horseback riding. She attended Red Deer College and it was in Red Deer where she met her husband Patrick Christensen. They have lived i in Red Deer, Sylvan Lake, Fort St. John and back to Rocky near Dovercourt where they raised seven children. Amanda loved life on the acreage. She loved her animals and spending time outdoors. Amanda loved her children and being a mother with all her heart. She loved spending time with her friends and family. We all loved her and will miss her so very much. Amanda is survived by her daughters Angelica (21) and sweet little Julia (2), her sons Ivan (17), Nicholas (15), Johnathan (12), Jeremy (10) and David (6), her parents Jack and Kathy Evans, her father Ron Hanson, her brothers Leif (Janice), Kevin (Shyanne) Luke and James, her sisters Crystal (Clayton), J’aime, and Melanie (Jeremy). Amanda was predeceased by her husband P Patrick Christensen and her brother Sean. Thank you so much to the countless people who have helped out over the last few years. Your help will never be forgotten and your love is everlasting. A celebration of Amanda’s life will be held at the Dovercourt Hall on Thursday, July 7, 2016, at 1 p.m. Memorial donations can be made to the Christensen Children’s Trust Fund at any TD Bank. 
Hanson, Amanda (I262)
25 Per Wikipedia Livingston, James E. (I438)
26 Pneumonia. Livingston, James E. (I438)
27 Section 7: row M: plot 24 Scott, Lillian May (I175)
28 Section 7: row M: plot 24. Webber, Patrick John (I177)
29 Section D: row 2: plot 9 Scott, Melvin Emerson (I288)
30 The attached Birth Registration document was acquired from Scottish People web site. It shows James was born in 21 Dec 1889. This is the most accurate find thus should be the cornerstone document.

There is a family anomaly which James created. He kept changing his birth date to suit situations as evidenced by the fact:
His WWI Attestation 21 Dec 1892
His WWII Attestation 21 Dec 1893
His headstone reads 1890 - 1980 (Okay so not his fault!) 
Laird, James (I509)
31 Will of Elizabeth Acheson. See images Elliott, Elizabeth (I528)
32 Zinck surname per K. M. Riemer on Zinck, Apolionia (I608)

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