Louise Eveline Fletcher (1878-1961)

Goodbye Mary: the Patriotic Fund will care for you, 1914, http://www.virtualreferencelibrary.ca/detail.jsp?Entt=RDMDC-1914-18PATRIOTICFUNDITEM3L&R=DC-1914-18PATRIOTICFUNDITEM3L&searchPageType=vrl.
Goodbye Mary: the Patriotic Fund will care for you, 1914, http://www.virtualreferencelibrary.ca/detail.jsp?Entt=RDMDC-1914-18PATRIOTICFUNDITEM3L&R=DC-1914-18PATRIOTICFUNDITEM3L&searchPageType=vrl.

 

I updated the page on Louise Eveline Fletcher, who was the widow of Christie West Fletcher. She lived at 996 Denman Street from 1918 to 1926. For a time she worked with the Canadian Patriotic Fund.

I added illustrations, along with information on her later life in Australia and the lives of her children.

Elizabeth (“Lilly”) Duchesnay (1867-1935)

Elizabeth (“Lilly”) W. Duchesnay, Types of Canadian Women, volume 1, edited by Henry James Morgan; Toronto, William Briggs, 1903, page 95; https://archive.org/stream/typesofcanadianw01morguoft#page/95/mode/1up
Elizabeth (“Lilly”) W. Duchesnay, Types of Canadian Women, volume 1, edited by Henry James Morgan; Toronto, William Briggs, 1903, page 95; https://archive.org/stream/typesofcanadianw01morguoft#page/95/mode/1up

I updated the page on Elizabeth (“Lilly”) W. Duchesnay. She was the widow of Charles-Edmond Juchereau Duchesnay (1854-1901), who was an engineer and assistant general superintendent for the Canadian Pacific Railway in British Columbia. Lilly lived at 1973 Haro Street from 1906 to 1916.

I added newspaper extracts and other information relating to her move to England in 1930 and her death in London, England in 1935.