6 edition of Widow Smith of Spence"s Bridge found in the catalog.
July 1, 1998
by Industrial Computer Source
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
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Lyle’s uncle John MacLeod is clearly John Murray, Widow Smith becomes Widow Spark, Lyle’s wife is also called Antko and when Gil travels to ‘MacLeod Falls’ in search of their stories, he ends up in a place that sounds a lot like Spences Bridge. The Shukun Creek fire is burning along Highway 8 between Spences Bridge and Merritt, near a part of the Shackan Indian Band's reserve. Fire information officer Madison Smith says the fire was.
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Widow Smith of Spence's Bridge Paperback – July 1, by Jessie Ann Smith (Author), J. Meryl Campbell (Author), Audrey Ward (Author) & 0 more5/5(2). Widow Smith of Spence's Bridge. [Jessie Ann Smith; Murphy Shewchuk] -- Autobiography of Jessie Ann Smith who was born 17 July in Gartly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
She married John Smith ca. and immigrated to Canada after landing at the port of New York. Sonotek Publishing. Merritt,Near Fine Softcover, pages, x Newly-wed Jessie Ann Smith left Scotland in February,and Widow Smith of Spences Bridge book her orchardist husband, John, to the British Columbia community of Spence's Bridge.
Her story, a. Widow Smith of Spence's Bridge by Jessie Ann Smith, J. Meryl Campbell, Audrey Ward. Used; Condition Used - Good ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Seller.
woman, Jessie Ann Smith, otherwise known as Widow Smith of Spences Bridge. Her story begins when Jessie Ann, her husband John and their good friend James Teit arrived in Spences Bridge after an arduous journey through the Fraser and Thompson River. Widow Smith of Spence's Bridge Paperback – Jan.
1 by Jessie Ann Smith (Author), J. Meryl Campbell (Collaborator), Audrey Ward (Collaborator) 5/5(2).
Buy Widow Smith of Spences Bridge: Written by Jessie Ann Smith, Edition, Publisher: Sonotek Publishing [Paperback] by Jessie Ann Smith (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2.
The most famous orchards in Spences Bridge belonged to Jessie Ann Smith. John and Jessie Ann Smith bought the estate of James Teit's uncle, John Murray, infollowing the latter's death.
John Smith himself died in from overwork, leaving "Widow Smith" in charge of the extensive orchards. Several heritage sites add to the enduring appeal of Spences Bridge, including the oldest active hotel in British Columbia, and the Widow Smith Gravesite. Take a pleasant trip out to the spectacular Murray Creek Falls on Murray Creek, to the west of Spences Bridge, which features a gorge and waterfall.
The site of the Last Spike of the Canadian Northern Pacific Railway is located on Highway. Widow Smith of Spence's Bridge by Smith, Jessie Ann; Campbell, J.
Meryl; Audrey Ward Book condition: Near Fine Jacket condition: No Jacket Book Description. Merritt, BC: Sonotek Publishing Co., Widow Smith of Spence's Bridge by Jessie Ann smith as told to J.
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Free shipping for many products. Widow Smith Just off the Trans-Canada Highway, near the center of Spences Bridge lays the gravesite of a remarkable pioneer woman, Jessie Ann Smith, otherwise known as Widow Smith. The Widow Smith of Spences Bridge. 2 likes. Book. This Page is automatically generated based on what Facebook users are interested in, and not affiliated with.
Widow Smith of Spence's Bridge (Book): Smith, Jessie Ann. King Edward VII once sought the apples of the "Widow Smith of Spence's Bridge" when they were available at a London Horticultural Show in Assisted by three granddaughters, Jessie Ann Smith wrote her memoirs in the s, continuing to do so into her 90s.
She died on February 7, Her memoirs were edited and published by Murphy Shewchuk. The Widow Smith of Spences Bridge (book by same title) packed her Grimes Golden apples in this original building.
We have been farmers for 29 years and my wonderful wife Paulet has put her special love into our restaurant. The "Farm to Table" experience (in season) and the "live music" venues have given us a treasure unlike any you may see in.
Excerpt from the Widow Smith of Spences Bridge (Jessie Ann Smith) August 13th, Suddenly, just after 3 o’clock in the afternoon we heard a loud roaring noise.
We hurried outside to see what was the matter. The sight we saw was fearful. FC S64 Z49 - Widow Smith of Spences Bridge FC S95 Z68 - Historic shipwrecks of the Sunshine Coast. FC U5 K43 - Exploring the UBC endowment lands. It is actually Widow Smith’s old apple packing place.
It is still quite quaint and is certainly worthy of documenting. Note from Bev Howard, James Teit lived in a log house with his first wife Antko (Cook’s Ferry Indian Band); this home still stands in the mountains overlooking Spences Bridge.It was he who inspired me to choose the book Widow Smith of Spences Bridge from Dorothy’s gift shop.
I recommend this small book that let me into the lives of the John Smith family. Ever heard of, or eaten, a Granny Smith apple? At the peak of the family’s productivity, 3, fruit trees were carefully pruned, fertilized and watered, after.Acacia Grove RV Park & Cabins offers camping and RV style accommodations in Spences Bridge.
Acacia Grove R.V. Park & Cabins is part of the property once owned by Jessie Ann Smith who wrote, with her daughters, the book entitled “The Widow Smith of Spences Bridge”.