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George Edward See and Countiss Peters Family

Updated November 9, 2000

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This site is dedicated to the memory of George Edward See and Countiss Sarah Peters (See). George Edward See is the son of John Albert See and Rebecca Colter. Countiss Sarah Peters (See)is the daughter of Durwood Belmont Peters and Mary Elizabeth Cummins. The data on the site pertains to clarification of information on George Edward See and Countiss Sarah Peters and their immediate family. Anyone with additional information on this family and is willing to share the information with others, can contact me at the email address, sylviac@telusplanet.net



 
Family Photos
  • Harold Albert See & Betty Constance Jackson (31 KB)
    This is the wedding picture of Harold Albert See and Betty Constance Jackson (See). They were married in England while Harold was stationed there while serving with the Royal Canadian Air Force.
  • George See and Countiss Peters (See) family (121 KB)
    This family picture was taken before the birth of their only daughter, Shannon. Back row left to right: Mervin; Harold; Earl
  • Harold Albert See (77 KB)
    Harold Albert See was the son of George Edward See and Countiss Sarah Peters. He was in the Canadian Royal Air Force, and married while stationed in England.
  • George Edward See & wife Countiss Peters (See) (20 KB)
    Picture taken in their home at Drumheller, Alberta Canada. George was 71 years of age at the time and suffering ill health. George is the second son of John Albert See and Rebecca Colter (See)
  • Harold Albert See death certificate (70 KB)
    Harold Albert See is the son of George Edward See and Countiss Sarah Peters (See).
  • Antoni and Jill See wedding pic (24 KB)
    Antoni Glen See and Jill ?? wedding picture. Antoni is the son of Harold Albert See and Betty Constance Jackson
  • Antoni and Jill See Family (42 KB)
    Antoni and Jill See with sons Adrian Gary See and Adam Garath See. They live in England.
  • George and Countiss See draying business (15 KB)
    George and Countiss See ran the draying business in Delia, Alberta Canada, in 1948. Most small towns in Alberta had a dray business to deliver freight from the train to local business and residents.
  • Earl See pic and George See boys (21 KB)
    The group picture is the sons of George Edward See. Back row left to right: Gale and Earl. Front row left to right: Mervin and Harold. The little girl to the right edge is their little sister Shannon. The single picture is Earl See. This picture was taken at a family gathering welcoming Harold back from England and his discharge from the military service. Taken at George and Countiss See residence in Drumheller, Alberta Canada.
  • Earl See (17 KB)
    Earl Clayton See is the son of George Edward See and Countiss Sarah Peters (See)
  • Gale Thomas See 20 mo. (142 KB)
    This picture was taken when Gale was about 20 months of age. Gale is the son of George Edward See and Countiss Peters (See).
  • Gale Thomas See and wife Sylvia Pierce (See) (17 KB)
    This picture was taken at our son's wedding in 1984, almost two years after Gale broke his neck in a car accident. He had just got out of the hospital and only weighed about 95 pounds and suffered greatly every day. Still he managed a smile, and endured the long trip without much complaint.
  • Gale T. See and friends 1997 (37 KB)
    This picture is of Gale, taken in 1997, with his two faithful friends, Boots (black and white) and Sheema. Gale is wearing a sincere smile and is no longer 95 pounds. He is kept busy on his computer, which he runs with a headmouse and voice recognition software.
 
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