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Family Album: Mann/McLean Family

  • CA RRU 025-011-1.02
  • Dossier
  • ca. 1900-1950
  • Fait partie de N. Atchison

Album includes photos of the McLean family in Fisherton, Ayrshire, Scotland. Jennie McLean Mann spent the duration of the Great War at her parents home in Scotland. There are wartime photos from both WWI and WWII in this album, however, only images from the family's time at Hatley Park (ca. 1911-1923) have been made available online.

Note that Charlie's father, William Edward John Mann was often known as Fred, as was Charlie (Charles Frederick). Descriptions here refer to them as WEJ and Charlie to avoid confusion.

Family Album: Hatley Park, Fintry, Blakeburn

  • CA RRU 025-011-1.01
  • Dossier
  • ca. 1916-1950
  • Fait partie de N. Atchison

Images in this album show Charlie and Jennie Mann and their daughters, Helen and Joan in various locations throughout BC. However, only images from Hatley Park (ca. 1911-1923) have been made available online.

Note that Charlie's father, William Edward John Mann was often known as Fred, as was Charlie (Charles Frederick). Descriptions here refer to them as WEJ and Charlie to avoid confusion.

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  • CA RRU 025-011
  • Fonds
  • 1950

Images within the photo albums follow the lives of Charlie and Jennie Mann and their two daughters, Helen Harriet (‘Helen’) and Dorothy Joan (‘Joan’). Charlie had a variety of employment throughout BC, including teamster and dairyman at Hatley Park (1911-1922), Fireman at Producer Sand and Gravel Pit, Royal Bay (1919-1921), Herdsman at Lakeview Farm, Duncan (1926-27) and Fintry Farm, Okanagan (1927-1933). He also worked for the forestry corps during WWII. Not all of the images were scanned from the albums, as the content was unrelated to the Mann family or Hatley Park. There are also images of the Scottish home of Jennie McLean. After their marriage in 1916, Jennie travelled with Charlie across the Atlantic. While Charlie served in the war, Jennie stayed with her parents and gave birth to their first child, Helen. They returned to Hatley Park when the war ended.

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WEJ (Fred), Harriet and Jennie Mann at their home, Hatley Park. WEJ (Fred) and Harriet are Charlie's parents. The picture is taken at the front door of their home in the courtyard of the stables and mews.

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Garden in the courtyard of the stables and mews, Hatley Park South East view. The coachman's house is on the left, just out of shot

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WEJ (Fred), holding Helen, with two others at the beach, probably Esquimalt lagoon.

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Helen and Joan playing with a flower on an unknown porch, probably Hatley Park

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Helen and Joan in front of dairyman's cottage, Hatley Park. Hay barn is visible in the background

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Two Hatley Park horses and 3 dogs. The names of the dogs are written on the edge of the photo. WEJ (Fred) Mann appears to be riding James Dunsmuir Jr.'s horse, Kismet.

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Harriet Mann and Helen or Joan on the terrace at Hatley Park, SE view

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WEJ (Fred) Mann with horse and 3 other people at HW Simpson Blacksmiths. According to Charlie Mann's memoir, Billy Simpson's Blacksmith was located at Parson's Bridge, near the 6 Mile Pub on the Island Highway.

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Helen and Joan in front of a bush at the dairyman's cottage, Hatley Park

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Helen and Joan pushing a dog in a pram near the hay barn at Hatley Park

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Helen and Joan with a woman (not Jennie(?)) among some tall beanstalks outside a house, possibly Hatley Park

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