James Chisholm (DOB 23rd September 1901 in Aberdeen, Scotland, UK) was the son of James McKenzie Chisholm and his wife Isabella Cameron Shepherd.By the age of 3, James and family were living in Benwell, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK following a brief spell in Lemington.He worked as a fitter at the Armstrong munitions factory on Scotswood Road until his eventual disappearance circa 1926.His disappearance was due to fathering Jean Chisholm Heath illegitimately with Daisy Alice Heath.
Jean was born 9th December 1926 in PrincessMaryHospital, Newcastle upon Tyne.According to her step grandson Andrew Breese, James initiated contact with Jean in the late 1960s informing her that he was living in Vancouver, Canada and was married with four children.No further contact was made by either party.
Does anyone have any information about James? If so I would be very interested to hear from you. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Мой прадед, Бидюк Мирон Иванович с товарищем Хилитий Яким и другими односельчанами в 1914 году уехал на заработки в Канаду. Сначала писал письма, высылал посылки, потом след затерялся. Это фото он выслал своей семье. Предположительно он был в Торонто. Здесь остались его шестеро детей Параска, Александра, Мария, Тодоска, Иван, Парфений и жена Бидюк Тодоска Ивановна (Левицкая). Все они родом с села Цибуливка, Тросцянецкого р-на, Винницкой обл. Это самая старая фотография из архива, реставрированная. My great-grandfather, Bidyuk Miron Ivan with a comrade Khilitiy Yakim and in 1914 left other odnosel'chanami on earnings to Canada. Did correspondence at first, sent parcels, track was mislaid then. It he deported a photo the family. Probably he was in Toronto. Here remained him six children of Paraska, Aleksandra, Maria, Todoska, Ivan, Parfeniy and wife Bidyuk Todoska, is Ivan (Levickaya). All of them by birth from the village of Cibulivka, Troscyaneckogo of r-na, Winnitca obl. It is the oldest picture from an archive, <<--- on-line translation is limited --->>
Hello all readers. I am looking for two people who could be alive today who knew my late father-in-law. Frederick C Bailey who was in a japanese prisoner of war during WW2 imprisoned at the Japanese POW establishment - known as Changi;
After rescue he was sent to Canada to recuperate for about 6 months. We have a photo of him with a lady called Margaret Anderson who could have passed on by now, but there are also two young children called David and Margaret Lundie; The photo was taken on either the front or back doorsteps; My fatherin law looks about 15 he was so thin. I will attach photo if I am able.