Family and friends in the garden of the Thomas Catterall (Sr.) residence in Oak Bay. From Left: daughter Florence Catterall, Mr. Thomas Catterall, Mr. And Mrs. Ormond, Mrs. Thomas Catterall, Mrs. Drake, "Dickie", and daughter Ida Catterall
A group of 7, posed standing. Harry Catterall is on the left, with unidentified woman, Mrs. Ada Catterall holding infant daughter Laura, and Ada's cousin, Arthur Lofts on the right. Tommie and Helen Catterall are standing in front. This photograph was taken after completion of the Hatley project, c. 1914
A large group assembled on the lagoon. There are several children in the picture--it may have been a gathering of families/ or friends associated with the Hatley construction project. Harry Catterall is standing on the right, holding daughter, Helen. Ida Catterall is stood on Harry 's right. Ada Catterall is seated in front of Ida with son Tommie on her lap. Caption reads "Aug. 9' 08".
Two women visitors at the Hatley site, wearing summer dresses and hats. On the left is Ida Catterall and the woman on the right is identified in other photos as Fransetta. Caption reads: "Hatley Park, Aug. 9 '08"
Jennifer Rose Casey attended Royal Roads University in 2016 and earned a Masters of Interdisciplinary Studies. Born in 1985, she was serving with the Royal Canadian Air Force, 431 Air demonstration squadron when she was killed in a crash of a Snowbirds CT-114 tutor jet in Kamloops, BC on 17 May, 2020.
Juli-Ann MacKenzie attended Royal Roads Military College from 1991-1995. Born in 1972, she joined the Air Force and was serving with the 444 Combat Support Squadron when she was killed in a helicopter crash 80 km northwest of CFB Goose Bay, NL on 18 July 2002.
The article is about the closure of Royal Roads Military College in 1995. Miles Selby's quote "The closure of the college is very unfortunate. Especially since, in many people's eyes, it's the best military college in Canada" was given prominence in the article.
Miles Darren Selby attended Royal Roads Military College from 1991-1995. Born in 1973, he joined the Air Force and was serving with the 431 Air demonstration squadron and was killed in a mid-air collision during a snowbirds practice flight near Mossbank, SK on December 19, 2004.
The archives at RRU produced a calendar in 2017 with the theme ‘Faces of Royal Roads’. Nicole was chosen as a representative of women who entered the college after 1984. The image of Nicole used, with permission, is featured on the Mural of Honour at the Military Museums, Calgary: https://mural.themilitarymuseums.ca/.