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A Collection of Stories by Jean Edwards Stacey,
(Life Style Reporter for the Telegram
Transcribed from the Telegram by Barbara McGrath

Jean was born in Swansea, Wales. Her mother, Betty Kern, was a war bride who married a Newfoundlander serving overseas with the RAF during the Second World War. Her father, Martin Edwards, is a born and bred Newfoundlander from Lawn, Placentia Bay. Jean grew up in Gander where her parents still live. She is married to Peter Stacey and they have three grown children and currently live in St. John's. She is currently the Life Styles reporter for the Telegram and a particular joy of hers is to promote Newfoundland and Labrador. She is also the author of a series of articles on historical/interesting homes of the province. This group of interesting homes articles appearing every second Tuesday Monday, and as a result of the series she has published a book called "Historic Homes of Newfoundland". It is available at bookstores or by contacting DRC Publishing, 3 Parliament St. St. John's, NF A1A 2Y6. Plans for a second book, "Historic and Interesting Houses of Newfoundland and Labrador", are underway.


1. My Three Wives,
    A Story of Robert Roberts of Hermitage
6. Life in the Gallery (John Henry Fiander),
2. Mary Yarn of Mose Ambrose 7. Basking in Isolation - Rencontre East
3. Along the Boardwalk - McCALLUM 8. Down To The Room,
    J. Petrie & Sons, Hermitage Bay
4. Sights For Sore Eyes - Connaigre Peninsula 9. Saved From Resettlement - GAULTOIS
5. Ancient Ways in Modern Times,
    Conne River MI'KMAQ

Transcribed and contributed by Barbara McGrath (October 2000)
REVISED: August 2002 (Terry Piercey)

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