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Woodrow Maskell Snap Shots Album Part 4
Unknown girls and a boy (?) crouched down behind on the left.
I wonder if it is the same child as in Photo #107 on Page 8?
And maybe the same cheeky gaffer as in Photo #125 on Page 9?
John Peter Maskell ( son of Spurgeon and Minnie nee Kent), Nita Hazel Baker, Lavenia Blanch Bowser ( nee Kent, daughter of Spurgeon Maskell and “Minnie” Miriam Amelia Kent) and George Wellington Bowser.
The woman looks kind of like Nita Hazel Maskell nee Baker but I am not sure.
I think the boy on the left could be Woody Maskell ( Woodrow Foch Maskell). Maybe the other boys are his Kent cousins?
The girl on the left looks like a young, maybe teenage Vinnie ( pronounced Vinie) Bowser nee Lavenia Blanch Kent. She was born on August 31 1901 and passed on April 14 1973.
The photo was probably taken on or near Kent’s Island, Pleasant Point, Musquodoboit Harbour, Nova Scotia where her family were the keepers of the French Point Lighthouse.
Could be George Wellington Bowser, Laurie Kent nee Prest and John Peter Maskell.
I believe this is Archibald Minard L. Kent and his daughter Thelma Gertrude Kent ( 1918 – 1943).
Archie Kent was the French Point Lighthouse keeper on Kent’s Island, Pleasant Point, Musquodoboit Harbour. Thelma died from a diabetic coma precipitated from a head injury sustained when she ” fell from bus steps”. Her death record is viewable here:
If it is not Thelma in the photo then it is most likely Arch’s other daughter Iris Alfreda Osborne nee Kent.
“Vinnie” Lavenia Blanch Bowser nee Maskell
This house is probably along the Eastern Shore in Jeddore, Nova Scotia.
Unknown children in a vintage toy car. I can’t tell if it is made of tin or wood. Could be an antique pedal car.