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District Photo Album
Bonavista District

Rebecca Turner Prince & Phoebe Prince Taylor


Phoebe Prince Taylor Quinton was my
grandmother's oldest sister (born 1867
in Seal Cove, Princeton) She is here with
my grandmother Rebecca Turner Prince,
taken likely in 1915 or 1916 in Toronto. My
grandmother was the youngest of that branch
of the Princes - born in 1887. The little girl
on the left is my Aunt Isabel Marion Prince
(Cochrane) who was born in 1914. That is how
I estimate the photo date. The other two children
are Phoebe's -- likely Ted and and Jim. Phoebe
was married to James Taylor who died sometime
after this date. Phoebe returned to Newfoundland
and married a John Quinton -- they are
buried in Brooklyn Nfld.

Contributed by Ann Stevens
2012 06

Page Last Updated September 02, 2012 (Craig Peterman)

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