British immigrant children from Dr. Barnardo's Homes at landing stage, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.
Credit: Isaac Erb / Library and Archives Canada / PA-041785
|Eliza Culbert (1829-1914) and her husband, Richard Dagg.|
|Maria Matilda (Dagg) Smith|
|This photograph was taken on 12 July 1899 by the Bernardo organization, prior to sending Ernest Norman overseas to Canada.|
|Boys in a workhouse|
|Women picking oakum in a workhouse|
"Please, sir, I want some more."
|A magazine advertisement for Dr. Barnardo's Home, 1899.|
|A boy pushes a plough in a field at Dr. Barnardo's Industrial Farm in Russell, Manitoba around 1900. (Library and Archives Canada/PA-117285)|
Ernest Norman and his second wife Laura Smith had a daughter, Eileen in 1920. We’ll read more about Eileen soon.
|Laura (Smith) Norman Atkinson's death notice. Source: Vancouver Sun, 10 March 1945.|
|Eileen (Norman) Atkinson McEachern (the great-great-granddaughter of John Culbert & Mary Ward.) Eileen was the daughter of a Home Child, Ernest Norman and his Culbert descendant wife, Laura Smith.|
Eileen (Norman) Atkinson McEachern's Family Tree:
John Culbert & Mary Ward (great-great-grandparents)
Eliza Culbert & Richard Dagg (great-grandparents)
Maria Matilda Dagg & Johnston Smith (grandparents)
Laura Smith & Ernest Zachariah Howlett Norman (a Home Child)