3755 | Dominic Charlie and daughter Bertha

 
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Dominic Charlie and daughter Bertha
20th century
24 x 14 cm
Gift of Jonathan Kobierski
3755
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rabochenkoPublished by rabochenko on 2011-10-11 23:21:22
I think i may have know this man when I was a very little girl living on a float camp.My Dad George Rabochenko was a logger and I remember my Mom telling me stories about a man named Dominic Charlie from up in camp,she said he was a weather man.I did attend the "Wake" in i believe it was North or west Vancouver of a man named Dominic Charlie I believe he may have had a daughter named Barbara who was married to Neil,I remember they had a son named Patrick and other kids but I do not recall their names.
rabochenkoPublished by rabochenko on 2011-10-11 23:18:16
I think i may have know this man when I was a very little girl living on a float camp.My Dad George Rabochenko was a logger and I remember my Mom telling me stories about a man named Dominic Charlie from up in camp,she said he was a weather man.I did attend the "Wake" in i believe it was North or west Vancouver of a man named Dominic Charlie I believe he may have had a daughter named Barbara who was married to Neil,I remember they had a son named Patrick and other kids but I do not recall their names.

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