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Remembering the British Home Children

Will Robertson spoke on the British Home Children at the April 7 General Meeting.  He describes his relationship to Glengarry: “My father and 4 of his siblings (2 sisters and 2 brothers) were Quarrier’s children.  Four of the five children came to eastern Ontario between 1925 -1930.  One sister had TB and remained at Quarrier’s.  My […]