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W.C. Edwards Co. see Edwards Co.
Waddell family, 42:15 fig
Wade
   Florence Euretta. see Kirby, Florence Euretta (Wade)
Wagner
   June, 18:37
   M., 32:8
Wakefield
   aerial photography of, 27:38-39
   artists’ views of, 26:34
   automobiles in, 17:10
   boarding houses, 25:5, 25:7
   bootleggers in, 27:21-23
   businesses in, 8:2
   census, 2:13-15, 20:5
   Cross/Wills Point, 16:19-21
   doctors, 12:3-4
   Earle family, 4:2-4
   Fairbairn family at, 28:19-21
   ferries, 19:39
   fire of 1904, 14:19, 16:20
   fire of 1933, 31:37, 32:26
   flood of 1974, 9:12 fig
   and flooding of Gatineau River, 9:10-15
   Geggie family at, 7:9, 12: 6 fig
   Gendron Bridge. see Gendron Bridge
   glass slide image of, 45:57 fig, 45:60 fig
   hotels, 7:26, 14:17, 25:5, 25:7-8
   immigration to, 33:1-4
   Irish immigrants in, 45:3
   life in, 17:10-14
   map of, 44:80 fig, 44:83 fig
   original farms at, 44:80-87
   picnic at, 18: Cover
   post office, 8:2, 14:16, 17:25, 17:28, 24:13
   railway station, 10:2, 12:17, 23:8, 24:41, 24:44, 35:10, 43:66 fig, 43:67
   Royal Train at, 17:4
   schools, 21:26, 21:28, 23:5, 28:21, 29:11-12, 29:19, 31:12-13, 32:16, 33:5, 43:52, 43:57 fig, 43:58
   settlement of, 2:13-15, 9:8, 26:24-26
   stopping place, 3:4
   stores, 35:10
   telephone system, 3:19-22
   temperance in, 18:27-28, 27:21-23
   timber trade, 4:22
   trains, 14:17, 17:1
   Twelfth of July picnic at, 19:42
York family at, 8:2-4
   . see also Alcove; North Wakefield
Wakefield Beach, 1:24 fig, 25:7
Wakefield cave. see Caverne Pelissier; Laflêche Cave
Wakefield Club House, 9:3, 11:20, 22:3
Wakefield Community Association, 23:3
Wakefield Covered Bridge Project, 23:3, 23:38
   . see also Gendron Bridge
Wakefield Enriched Living for Seniors (WELS), 46:99-100
Wakefield General Store, 20:12, 20:14, 23:8, 23:45, 23:48, 31:35, 36:38
Wakefield Golden Age Club, 46:100
Wakefield Grannies, 46:89, 46:103 fig
Wakefield Grist Mill, 11:3, 19:36, 19:37, 20:9, 20:11, 21:14, 28:19-21, 29:14, 35:15-18
Wakefield Heights, 21:5
Wakefield Heights Road, 23:44
Wakefield High School, 29:11-12, 29:19
Wakefield Hill, picnic at, 18:Cover fig
Wakefield Home Makers’ Club, 21:25
Wakefield Infantry Company, 6:8
Wakefield Inn
   1898 listing of hotels, 7:26, 25:5
   fire in, 18:28
   and flooding of Gatineau River, 9:13
   Governors General at, 25:8
   history of, 18:27-30
   Lindsay sisters and, 25:8, 36:39
   matchbook, 46:56 fig
   photo of, 18:29 fig
   Red Cross meeting at, 22:3
   and temperance in Wakefield, 27:21
Wakefield Library, 24:13
Wakefield Market. see Marché Wakefield Market
Wakefield Memorial Hospital, 43:62
Wakefield Mill
   Bill Bridgeman at, 35:9n1, 35:15-18
   farmers from Poltimore to, 19:36
   fire at, 14:19
   generator at, 14:16-17
   Ken Young and, 29:14
   MacLaren family and, 42:67
   mill race, 35:Back cover fig
   opening as an inn, 35:18, 35:18 fig
   . see also MacLaren’s grist mill
Wakefield Museum, 26:9
Wakefield Orange Lodge, 22:3
Wakefield Rifle Club, 29:11-16
   insignia, 29:11 fig
Wakefield Steam Train, 24:15
Wakefield Temperance Hotel, 25:8, 25:33
Wakefield Township, 31:10
   1834 survey of, 26:24, 26:25 fig
   settlement of, 26:24
Wakefield Trout Fishing Club, 19:29
Wakefield United Church, 8:3, 16:20, 26:27 fig, 29:14, 30:42, 31:14, 33:5
   manse, 32:25
Wakefield Veterinary Clinic, 39:67, 39:67 fig
   . see also Veterinary Hospital of the Gatineau Hills
Wakefield Volunteer Fire Department, 9:11, 21:28, 32:5
Wakefield Walkers, 42:53-64, 42:54 fig, 42:56 fig, 42:57 fig, 42:58 fig, 42:62 fig
Wakefield Winter Carnival, 23:7
Wakefield Women’s Institute, 18:35, 18:37, 21:25-29, 22:1
   picnic, 21:27 fig
Wakeling family, 35:3
wakes, 8:5-8, 45:44-47
Walby, Walter B., 6:25
Waldo, E., 21:23
Walker
   Charles, 10:22, 11:13
   George, 5:20-21
   John, 44:105 fig, 44:108
   John and Mrs., 4:24
   Mary Ann. see Brown, Mary Ann (Walker)
Wall
   Malcolm, 45:70 fig
   Susan, 45:70 fig
Wallace
   Austin, 19:30, 29:41
   John, 19:30
   Kid, 9:3
   Ruth, 43:57 fig
   Sheila Winter, 45:82 fig
   William, 19:30
Wallbridge, Stephen, 7:14
Wallbridge genealogy, 7:14
Wallingford Mine, 24:22
Walmsley, Norma, 22: Front cover, 22:8 fig, 22:Cover fig, 23:2, 23:4, 23:38
Walsh, Margaret. see Hogan, Margaret (Walsh)
Walsh lumber company, 10:24
Walters
   Henry, 24:13
   Morley, 24:13
Walters Axe Company, 20:41, 24:13
Waltham, 15:20, 17:2
Walton
   Fred, 5:10-11, 7:20
   Gary, 5:11
   Lillian (Wilson), 3:23, 5:10-11
   Russell, 5:10, 5:11 fig
   Sheryl, 5:10, 5:11 fig
   Sue (Mrs.), 5:11
wanigan, 29:29
Wanless
   Ellen, 28:19, 28:22-23
   Frances. see Lindsay, Frances (Wanless)
   Jean. see Fairbairn, Jean (Wanless)
   John, 28:23
Wapoos, 23:14, 23:16 fig
Wapoos Sibi Club, 23:15, 23:17
war graves, 36:26-31
War of 1812, 11:16-17, 19:24, 26:3
Warburton, J. A. (Col.), 19:30
Warner, Kathy, 42:27 fig
Warnock, Robert, 41:89, 41:89 fig
warping tugboats, 41:3
Warren, Raymond, 35:23, 42:93, 42:96, 42:101
wars
   American Civil, 1:9, 20:39
   American Revolutionary, 3:2, 7:10
   Boer, 6:12-18, 16:17, 17:35, 28:16
   Crimean, 5:7-10
   Napoleonic, 1:7, 3:2, 5:3
   Rebellion of 1837, 4:16-17
   War of 1812, 11:16-17, 19:24, 26:3
   World War I, 3:19, 3:24, 17:24, 21:2-3, 28:1-8, 42:79-84
   World War II, 12:13-14, 21:26, 21:28, 22:1-5, 22:1-9, 22:1-44, 22:12, 28:1-8, 36:23
Warwicker, Mr., 11:13
Washburn axes, 20:41
Washburn-Leduc, Mr., 4:7
washing machines, 41:39 fig
Watchorn, Mrs., 33:6, 33:15
water
   pollution of, 19:43-45
   purification of, 19:43-46
“Water and Worship” (poem), 40:33
water supply project, 19:43-48, 19:47 fig
water-skiing
   Big Danford Lake, 8:20-21
   Meech Lake, 37:26-27
Waterston
   Jessie (Hyde), 8:8-10, 21:29
   Lloyd, 8:9-10, 8:11 fig
Watson
   family, 42:6 fig, 42:24 fig
   Dodie. see Evans, Dodie (Watson)
Watts, John W.H., 26:35
Wattsford
   George, 27:6
   Gerald, 27:6, 27:13
   Grace (Low), 27:6, 27:13
   Hope, 27:6
   Lillian, 27:6
   Topsy, 27:6, 27:12
   Captain, 8:24, 11:13
   Mrs., 8:24
Wattsford property, 39:26 fig
Wattsford’s Kingsmere Lodge, 29:24, 39:32
Wattsford’s Lookout, 26:21-22, 39:37, 39:38, 39:41
Wayne family, 42:6 fig, 42:7
weather reporting, 29:25
weavers, 16:19, 20:7 fig, 26:24, 26:26, 31:10
weaving, 20:6-8
Webb, Jo, 45:69 fig
Weber, Christoph, 36:41
Wee Drop (part of ski trail), 39:41
Welch
   family, 45:85
   Edwin, 7:13, 26:14
“Welcome to the Boys in Khaki Clad” (song), 31:40-44, 35:39
Wells
   family, 6:23
   Gilbert, 20:13
Wells’ ferry, 6:23
Welsch, Councillor, 3:15, 3:16-17
Welsh
   family, 29:22-23
   B. (Finnerty), 29:23
   John, 29:22-23
Wendigo, 3:9, 10:8
Wenkoff, Joan, 45:69 fig
Werrell, Ruth. see Fleming, Ruth (Werrell)
Wesleyan Methodist Church (Wakefield), 2:14
West
   David, 10:18
   George, 3:19
West Hull Fire Department, 32:1-3, 32:4 fig, 32:4-8, 32:5
West Hull (municipality)
   1875 Valuation Roll, 36:8n1
   Alonzo Wright Bridge, 5:14-16
   bridges, 26:15
   building regulations in, 21:4
   bylaws, 2:24, 26:17
   council meetings, 26:10-16, 26:18n2, 43:30
   Cross family at, 18:31
   fire hall, 32:5
   fire truck, 32:Coverfig
   firearms restrictions, 2:12
   fires, 32:1-3
   Larrimac incorporation and, 25:15
   limits of, 26:10
   Magistrate’s Court, 1:16
   minute book, 1:23, 2:9, 3:14-17, 26:10-16, 26:11 fig, 32:30, 42:13, 42:20, 43:35 fig
   municipal hall, 43:30
   prohibition in, 32:29-32
   roads, 26:15
   schools, 33:17
   secretary-treasurer of, 43:34-36
   separation from City of Hull, 1:23, 2:9, 26:16
   town hall, 26:13, 26:16, 26:16 fig
   valuation roll of 1875, 14:11
   . see also Chelsea; Old Chelsea
West Portland, 27:30
West Quebec Post, 30:4-5, 40:59
Western Lodge, 39:35
Western Quebec Literacy Council, 46:97
Western Quebec School Board, 39:50-51, 44:46
Western Trail, 39:35
Weston, James L., 26:33
Weynerowski, Gael, 45:69 fig
Wheelan
   John, 13:15
   Julie (Ryan), 13:15
White
   Angus, 32:2
   Gertrude. see Hendrick, Gertrude (White)
   Lydia McNally (Wright), 26:29
   Stan, 41:60-62
   Mr., 26:29
White Lodge, 22:2
Whitefish Bay, 42:6 fig, 42:15 fig
Whitefish Lake, 44:39
Whittaker’s Hotel, 5:23, 13:6, 43:31
Wiebe, Carol, 45:74 fig
Wiegandt, Friedrich, 14:5
Wightman, James, 27:3, 46:61 fig
Wiles, Anne, 45:80 fig
Wilkes, George, 46:1
Wilkins
   Frank, 8:10
   Pauline, 8:10
Wilkinson, Miss J., 3:21
Williams
   A. P. “Alf,” 29:12-15
   Frank, 41:41
   George, 6:11
   H. (Miss), 10:4
   James, 6:11
   Joseph, 6:11
   Marion Healy. see Connor, Marion Healy (Williams)
   Mr., 6:11
   Mrs., 6:11
Williamson (tugboat), 41:15
Williamson property, 39:22, 39:26 fig
Williamson Road, 27:15
Willingdon
   Lady, 14:28, 20:18
   Lord, 20:18
Willis, Jim, 7:24-25
Williston, Beth, 42:34 fig
Wills
   Elizabeth. see Cross, Elizabeth (Wills)
   Elmer, 16:21, 30:42-43
   Fred, 3:20, 12:5, 20:10
   Gilbert, 20:13
   Louise, 16:21
   Maggie (Piché), 20:10
   Norrie, 29:25
   Mrs., 3:20, 12:5
Wills Ice Cream Parlour, 30:42
Willson
   family at Meech Lake, 2:19-22, 8:19
   George H., 4:6
   John, 2:16
   Marian. see Roberts, Marian (Willson)
   Mary (Parks), 2:17-19
   Thomas Leopold “Carbide,” 2:2, 2:16-22, 10:25- back cover, 11:3, 14:13, 31:22 fig, 31:22-25, 37:27- 28
   Acetylene Construction Company, 2:18
   bankruptcy, 2:22
   International Marine Signal Company, 2:19-21
   mill, 23:25
   patents, 2:16
   Phosphoric Acid Reduction Plant, 2:20 fig, 2:21
       Union Carbide Company, 2:17-18, 21:19
       Willson Aluminum Company, 2:16
Wilson
   family, 25:7, 31:20, 35:3
   Albert, 6:23, 17:37, 37: v
   Alice (Cross), 3:23-24, 4:4-5, 5:10, 31:33, 46:59
   Barry, 37: v, 37:5-8, 37:Front cover fig
   Bertha. see Holt, Bertha (Wilson)
   Caroline (Boucher), 24:29
   Charles Broughton, 24:29
   Delmar “Dell,” 3:24, 30:42-43
   Evelyn, 41:24
   Frances (Mulligan), 24:29
   Gordon L., 9:25, 25:14, 25:16
   Henry, 24:29, 24:30n3
   James, 26:35-36, 26:38
   Ken, 18:37, 37: v
   Lillian. see Walton, Lillian (Wilson)
   Margaret “Peg,” 9:3, 30:41-43
   Mary Ann (Tripp), 24:29
   Melva, 9:5
   Mike, 30:8
   Morley E., 30:44 fig, 30:45-47
   Preston, 9:5, 27:5-6, 31:31, 32:38 fig, 33:12
   Robin, 45: 69 fig-70 fig
   S., 11:14
   Samuel Ernest, 4:4, 5:10, 12:18 fig, 12:18 fig, 13:8, 46:59
   Saul, 17:5
   Terry, 29:27-29
   Timothy, 9:5
   Tom (Rev.), 9:12
   Walter, 6:23
   William S. “Billy,” 9:3-5, 22:3, 29:15, 29:27-29, 29:28 fig, 30:22, 30:41-43, 31:33, 31:41, 37: v
   Mr., 10:12
Wilson farmhouse, 37:5
Wilson’s general store, 24:29
Wilson’s sawmill, 24:29
Wilson’s Hotel, 25:1
Wilson Lake. see Lac la Pêche
Wilson’s Corners
   apatite in, 25:40
   application for post office, 17:29
   caves at, 14:25, 14:27
   Copeland’s ferry and, 6:21
   Holmes family at, 45:8, 45:10
   post office, 24:30
   stores, 24:29-34
   telephone system, 3:20
   Wilson family and, 24:29 fig
Wilson’s Point, 13:8
Windigo, 3:9, 10:8
windmills
   Benedict’s, 19:15
   Cross’s, 31:35
   Pink’s, 19:19, 19:21
   Selwyn’s, 34:20, 34:24 fig
   Simmons,’ 18:12, 19:15
winemaking, 4:10
Winfield
   John, 26:4, 27:14, 27:18, 31:16
   Rory, 45:96
   Theresa, 31:16
Winkeldermaat, Marieke, 45:82 fig
Winship, Anne, 45:80 fig
Wipper, Kirk, 40:6, 40:7 fig
Wiseman
   Esther, 40:74
   Léandre, 40:74
   Rose-Délima, 40:74
   Simon, 40:74
Wisgate, Thomas, 2:14
“W.L.M.K” (poem), 43:48
Woburn, Mass., 2:11, 7:9-14
Wocks, Judy, 8:10
Wolf Lake
   stores, 35:10
   telephone system, 3:19, 3:20
Wolf Pack (film), 38:39
Wolf River (apple), 27:12
wolves
   Charlie Brown (wolf), 38:37, 38:37 fig, 38:39, 38:41, 38:43
   in Gatineau Park, 38:44
   at Meech Lake, 38:37-45
   pack hierarchy, 38:39
   pups, 38:39 fig
   Sparky (wolf), 38:41, 38:41 fig, 38:42 fig, 38:43 fig
Women’s Art Association of Canada, 26:36, 42:69
Women’s Art Club, 42:69
Women’s Auxiliary Australian Air Force (WAAAF), 46:91, 46:91 fig, 46:92 fig
Women’s Canadian Historical Society of Ottawa, 42:43-44
   . see also Historical Society of Ottawa
Women’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU), 27:21, 32:30
Women’s Institutes, 18:35, 18:37, 21:13, 21:24-29, 22:4
Wood
   Arthur, 25:17
   Tom, 26:38
Woodburn family, 6:21
woodland managers, 15:26
Woods
   Edmund, 12:4
   Ira, 31:33
Woods Manufacturing Co., 15:6
Woodwork of Wakefield, 33:2
wool, production of, 20:5
woolen factories, 14:15, 14:18, 20:7
Wootton, Penny, 39:72
Worden
   Art, 37:23
   Eve, 37:23
work bees, 21:7, 21:8-12, 21:13-15
World War I
   Alice (Cross) Wilson and, 3:24
   Chelsea war dead, 28:1-8
   Duncan Eberts Macintyre and, 21:2-3
   nursing, 42:81-83
   Percy Simmons and, 17:24
   telephones in Wakefield during, 3:19
World War II
   Alfred O’Hanlon on, 12:13-14
   battlefields, 22:12
   blood donor clinics and, 21:26
   Chelsea war dead, 28:1-8
   David Rouleau’s death in, 36:23
   effects on life in the Gatineau, 22:1-5
   memoirs, 22:1-44
   Wakefield Women’s Institute and, 21:28
   women’s service in, 22:6-9
Worth
   family, 42:6 fig, 42:24 fig
   Ethel. see Compton, Ethel (Worth)
   Colonel, 42:7 fig, 42:22
   Mrs., 42:27
Worth cottage, 42:30 fig
Wrede
   Maren, 33:1, 33:5
   Walter, 33:1, 33:5-6
   Waltraut “Val,” 33:1, 33:5-10, 33:8, 33:15
       . see also Davis, Waltraut “Val”
Wright
   family, 26:9
   Abigail. see Brigham, Abigail (Wright)
   Abigail (Wyman), 7:10-11, 8:12
   Abigail “Nabby,” 7:11
   Alonzo
   about, 1:17-21
   bridge named for, 5:12-13
   Le Château (house), 1:17-18, 4:9, 5:12, 19:24
   Farmer’s Rapids and, 14:3, 21:35
   Father Gobeil on, 4:8
   Gatineau Falls Farm, 4:8-14, 6:11-12
   “Gatineau River from the Home of Mr. A. Wright, Esq.,” 41:54 fig
   James Martin and, 20:31
   Member of Parliament, 4:7, 4:12-13, 5:13, 18:6, 34:38
   Ottawa and Gatineau Valley Railroad, 17:1
   Ottawa and Gatineau Valley Railway, 6:2-3, 37:4
   railway and, 4:7-8
   sawmill, 34:37-38
   Bertha. see Carr-Harris, Bertha (Wright)
   C., 31:5
   Charles Brown, 5:18-22, 9:17
   Charlie (Sheriff), 5:21-22
   Christopher, 6:17
   Christopher Columbus “Christie,” 3:2, 11:25, 21:16, 34:36
   David, 8:19, 32:2, 37:23
   Ed., 4:7
   Elizabeth (Chandler), 7:9
   George, 5:18-22
   George Cunningham, 5:14
   James Artemas, 7:11 fig, 7:14
   Jim, 5:20-22
   John, 7:9-10, 7:13, 14:1
   John McCaffery, 7:11 fig, 7:14
   Joseph, 7:10
   Linda, 35:23, 44:111 fig
   Lois (Ricker), 1:17
   Lucy. see Reid, Lucy (Wright)
   Lydia McNally. see White, Lydia McNally (Wright)
   Mary. see Chamberlin, Mary (Wright)
   Mary (Sparks), 1:17-21, 4:9, 5:13, 6:25, 14:3, 34:38
   Moiya, 6:15, 37:23, 43:vii
   Ned, 5:22
   Philemon
   1801 survey ordered by, 46:9
   Carol Martin and, 43:v
   character of, 26:2-3
   colonization of Hull Township, 1:7-8, 3:2, 36:2-4
   descendants of, 1:11, 4:24, 25:1, 40:46
   development at Chaudière Falls, 26:32
       farming, 9:6-7, 26:2-3
       gun shed, 9:16-17
       and Hull Mining Company, 19:16
       Joseph Hetherington and, 42:40
       and Josiah Chamberlin, 11:25
       land grant of, 19:31, 20:23
       as leader, 26:2-3
       lumbering and, 24:11-12, 35:7, 40:24, 40:35-36, 40:36n6
       marriage to Abigail Wyman, 8:12
       memorial, 7:9-14, 7:11 fig
       move to Canada, 7:10-11, 8:12, 9:6, 9:16, 14:1
       portrait of, 26:1 fig
       report of 1830, 19:24
       shipping of wood to Europe, 5:3, 26:1-2
       timber raft, 5:12, 26:1
       in Township of Hull, 26:1-3
   Priscilla (Mrs.), 7:9, 7:14, 14:1
   Rosa, 9:17
   Ruggles, 3:2, 5:20-22, 7:21, 8:14, 14:3, 19:17, 26:3, 34:36
   Sarah. see Hull (family), Sarah (Wright); Maxwell, Sarah (Wright)
   Sarah Rosina, 5:18-22
   Sarah Thornton, 7:11 fig, 7:13-14
   Stephen, 2:15, 12:3
   Thomas, 1:11, 7:9, 10:22, 29:22, 45:85
   Thomas Pearson, 7:11 fig, 7:14
   Tiberius, 1:17, 3:2, 4:9, 6:10-12, 14:3, 26:3, 34:36
   Tony, 27:16
   W. McKay, 4:7
   Col., 5:20, 7:23
   Mrs. Stuart, 5:22
   . see also Gracefield; Pickanock
Wright property, 39:2 fig, 39:26 fig
Wright’s mills, 14:1, 34:36
Wright, P. & Sons, 26:2
Wright (political riding), 37:5
Wright (village), 3:21, 12:3
Wright County, 17:22, 19:12
Wright settlement, 4:24, 12:3
Wright Street, 40:47
Wright’s Creek, 2:11
Wright’s Island, 26:36 fig
Wright’s Town, 7:12, 14:1
Wright’s Village, 1:7-8, 9:16, 19:16
Wrightstown, 9:16, 14:1, 42:40
   . see also Hull
Wrightville, 2:11, 18:21, 26:32
   . see also Hull
Wrong
   Hume, 38:2-3, 38:11
   Joyce, 38:3
Wyle, Florence, 39:12
Wyman
   Abigail. see Wright, Abigail (Wyman)
   Lavina. see Allen, Lavina (Wyman)
   Lydia. see Brooks, Lydia (Wyman)
   Margery. see Choate,
   Margery (Wyman)