085 089 – 25 March 2003 Val Gyves was a pioneer Fulford Valley resident, sister-in-law to Bob Akerman. Her ancestors were members of the Indigenous community of the Cowichan Valley.
Part 1 093-094 Part 2 093 6-7 January 2003 John Bennet was one of four Bennett children who grew up at the top end of Duke’s Road. He worked logging and was known as a great storyteller. There is a ‘bullshit bench’ in Ganges dedicated his memory.
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095 – 11 May 2003 Kathleen Rothwell was one of the Lacey children, and grew up on Isabella Point. This video was shot at her home on Beddis Road. Her sister was Ruby Alton.
107-110 – 29 September 2002 Talk delivered during the Apple Festival at her house on Stark Road. Historical Society Talk 110 -13 November 2002 One of the late Naidine Sims’ ancestors was Sylvia Stark, one of the first settlers on Saltspring. Naidine lived in Sylvia Stark’s house on Stark Road.
229 – 7 June 2005 Part 1 – 20 November 2002 073-088 Part 2 – 20 November 2002 073-088 Joan Ingram married her husband Dal who she met at the BC Packers Plant in Steveston. Dal fished most of his career and finally bought a beautiful home at the end of Bridgman Road. Joan […]
320-321-322 Part 1 – 13 December 2007 320-321-322 Part 2 – 13 December 2007 Taken at Floyd’s house in Ladysmith. Part of the Kaye family, one of the older families on Saltspring.
334-335 – circa 2007 John Lamars grew up in Holland and emigrated to Ontario as a farm worker. He was not happy in that profession and with his wife drove with a trailer to Whitehorse in the very early days of that highway. He retired to Saltspring and is noted for started the dogsled races […]