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gravestone - James Charles Chatterton Bremner

The gravestone of J.C.C. (James Charles Chatterton) Bremner. Bremner, born in 1864, was a remittance man from Scotland. He was a valuator and appraiser for the CPR, and raised horses. He and his wife were the main residents from 1903 to 1928. They held social events on the third floor of the house. He leased out the land for farming. Bremner committed suicide in 1928 after the money from Scotland ran out.

gravestone - Lessard

Lessard was a local Francophone businessman. This stone is located in the St. Johachim's Cemetery. Lessard

gravestone - May Family

This is the gravestone of the May family, including Wilfred (Wop) May, famous WWII fighter pilot and bush pilot. May, Wilfred "Wop"

gravestone - Millen Family

The gravestone of the Millen Family, including the RCMP constable Edgar Millen, murdered by Albert Johnson "Mad Trapper of the North". The marker is found in the Beechmount Cemetery. The Millens were residents of the City, living in the Parkdale district. Edgar Millen Park (115 Avenue and Fort Trail) named for him.

gravestone - Newell family

Camby Foster Newell was a local lawyer. His second wife, Mildren Folinsbee was one of the first practicing female physicans in the city. This stone is located in the Edmonton Cemetery. Newell

gravestone of Matt McCauley

Matt McCauley was Edmonton's first mayor and also served in the provincial legislature. This stone is located in the Edmonton Cemetery. McCauley, Matthew

gravestone, Isabel and John Lymburn

John Lymburn was a lawyer and former Attorney General of the Province (Liberal). This stone is located in the Edmonton Cemetery. Lymburn, John and Isabel

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