From early November 1942 onwards, R E Jones mentions her almost every day in his diary. Sometimes he simply notes "GX" or "GXX", other times he adds a few words "With Gxx after 8PM. Quarry."
On 25th December 1942, he wrote:
"Had G to supper. Nativity Play at St Stephens. Quarry GX. Lovely Xmas considering conditions."
But just the next day things take a turn for the worse:
"Not such a good day. G got card from hubby. Spoke of breaking up." <Read more ...>
David Robert Fyffe's daughter wrote the following notes on the Stanley Camp discussion board:
David was born on February 13, 1914 in Montreal. His parents were originally from Dundee, Scotland. They moved to Montreal for a number of years, but returned to Dundee when David was a youngster. <Read more ...>
Charles was Canadian, repatriated at end of Dec. 1943. <Read more ...>
Father Murphy was a Canadian RC priest.
I've just found an excellent source for Father Charles Murphy:
http://capebretonsmagazine.com/modules/publisher/item.php?itemid=4318 <Read more ...>
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