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District Photo Album
Burin District

Ross Children 1930

Burin
1930

The picture was taken adjacent to the old Blacksmith Forge owned
by George Ross. The four little children are: back left my Uncle
George Ross age 8, my father Melvin Ross age 6, front left my
Aunt Winnifred age 4,my Aunt Alberta Ross age 2 (sad to say
only one of the four are living now, just my Uncle George). All
are grandchildren of the George Ross in the previous photo.
George Ross was born in England in 1860 and came to Burin
in the late 1800's. He married my GG Grandmother and
settled at Burin. He built the blacksmith forge that the
children are standing in front of for their picture.
He was the only member of his family that
came from England to Newfoundland.

Contributed by Daphne Ross Roberts

Page Revised by Craig Peterman (January 2004)

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