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  • Tides of Tadoussac

    PREVIOUS Mélange - Odds and Ends NEXT PAGE Meteorite hit Charlevoix - 100 million years before the Dinosaurs La météorite a frappé Charlevoix - 100 millions d'années avant les dinosaures The Charlevoix Crater is a large eroded meteorite impact crater. Only part of the crater is exposed at the surface, the rest being covered by the St Lawrence River. The original crater is estimated to have been 54 kilometres (34 mi) in diameter and the age is estimated to be 342 ± 15 million years (Mississippian). The projectile was probably a stony asteroid, at least 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) in diameter, and weighing an estimated 15 billion tonnes. Mont des Éboulements, situated in the exact centre of the crater, is interpreted as the central uplift, a consequence of elastic rebound. The impact origin of Charlevoix crater was first realized in 1965 after the discovery of many shatter cones in the area. Today, 90% of the people of Charlevoix live within this crater. ​ Below, approaching La Malbaie from the east, The hills of Les Eboulements are visible on the horizon, this is the "uplift". ​ Le Cratère de Charlevoix est un grand cratère érodé d'impact de météorite. Seule une partie du cratère est exposée à la surface, le reste étant couvert par le Fleuve St-Laurent. Le cratère d'origine est estimée à 54 km (34 mi) de diamètre et l'âge est estimé à 342 ± 15 millions d'années (Mississippiennes). Le projectile était probablement un astéroïde pierreux, au moins 2 kilomètres (1,2 miles) de diamètre, et pesant environ 15 milliards de tonnes. Mont des Éboulements, situé dans le centre exact du cratère, est interprété comme le soulèvement central, une conséquence de rebond élastique. L'origine de Charlevoix cratère d'impact a été réalisée en 1965 après la découverte de nombreux cônes d'éclatement dans la région. Aujourd'hui, 90% des gens de Charlevoix vivent dans ce cratère. ​ Ci-dessous, l'approche de La Malbaie de l'est, les collines des Éboulements sont visibles à l'horizon, c'est le « soulèvement ». The High Tide Club This "club" is easy to join and has many members. You may be a member without knowing it. All you have to do, is look at a tide table and figure out when the biggest high tide in a cycle is, then go somewhere and observe the tide. This leads to comments like "wow, look how high the tide is!" The club was created by Alan Evans, who has done this many times. He even went to Passe Pierre once at night to observe the highest tide. A good time to enjoy the high tide is the twice annual drydock event, when the boats leave the drydock in the spring and return in the fall. This event usually happens at night, and is a good excuse for a big party in the drydock. It always coincides with the highest tides so the water is as deep as possible. Technical Note: The highest tides occur just after the full and new moons, when the alignment of the sun, earth and moon maximizes the sloshing effect that causes the tides. The high tide can be enhanced by a storm. The low pressure of the air actually results in higher water levels. Easterly winds push the water up the St Lawrence, raising water levels. The combined effect is called a storm surge, and can result in water levels much higher that expected. Unfortunately the biggest high tides in the summer occur at night, but at other times of the year they can occur in the daytime. La Club Marée Haute Ce «club» est facile à rejoindre et a plusieurs membres. Vous pouvez être un membre sans le savoir. Tout ce que vous avez à faire , c'est de regarder une table des marées et de comprendre quand la plus grande marée haute dans un cycle, puis aller quelque part et observer la marée. Cela conduit à des commentaires comme "wow, regardez la hauteur de la marée! "Le club a été créé par Alan Evans , qui a fait à de nombreuses reprises . Il est même allé Passe Pierre une fois la nuit pour observer la plus haute marée .Un bon moment pour profiter de la marée haute est l'événement annuel de la cale sèche, quand les bateaux quittent la cale sèche au printemps et le retour à l'automne. Cet événement se produit généralement la nuit, et est une bonne excuse pour une grande fête dans la cale sèche. Il coïncide toujours avec les plus hautes marées afin que l'eau est aussi profond que possible. Note technique: Les plus hautes marées coïncident avec les lunes pleines et nouvelles, lorsque l'alignement du soleil, de la terre et de la lune maximise l'effet de ballottement qui provoque les marées. La marée haute peut être améliorée par une tempête. La faible pression de l'air résulte en fait des niveaux d'eau plus élevés. Les vents d'est poussent l'eau vers le haut Saint-Laurent, ce qui soulève des niveaux d'eau . L'effet combiné est appelé une onde de tempête , et peut entraîner des niveaux d'eau beaucoup plus élevés que prévu. Malheureusement, les plus grandes marées élevées en été se produisent la nuit, mais à d'autres moments de l'année ils peuvent se produire dans la journée . November 2011 One of the highest tides ever seen in Tadoussac, the water flowed over the road by the boathouse and down into the drydock! Photos by Paulin Hovington. L'une des plus hautes marées jamais vu aTadoussac, l'eau coulait sur ​​la route par le hangar à bateaux et descendre dans la cale sèche! What is that chunk of concrete and steel on the beach just beyond Pointe Rouge? It doesn't look like it could have drifted in on the tide! Photo by David Evans Quel est ce morceau de béton et d'acier sur la plage juste au-delà de la Pointe Rouge? Il ne semble pas que cela pourrait avoir dérivé dans la marée! from Patrick R. O'Neill: Actual story of concrete berm: Many years ago, when the current lighthouse was being built on Prince's Shoal, there was a need for gravel to stabilize the structure on the river bed. The idea was that gravel could be brought down from the gravel pit and loaded on to barges moored off Pointe Rouge. The berm was placed where it now sits by the contractor so that a bulldozer could be offloaded from a barge and made to climb up the incline to the top of Pointe Rouge. The berm was placed at the foot of a sand path from the beach to the first plateau. This hope proved false as the incline was too steep for a bulldozer. The idea was abandoned in favour of trucking the gravel from the quarry down to the CSL wharf, where it was dumped into barges. (That was a noisy and dusty summer as the rocks tumbled down steel chutes from the wharf to the barges!). The berm was not removed after the failure of the experiment, and it marks the amount of beach erosion that has occurred over the past 50 years. Just imagine how much sand has washed away from the hill to leave the berm so alone on the beach! My mother told me this story. de Patrick R. O'Neill : Histoire réelle de la berme en béton : Il ya plusieurs années , lorsque le phare actuel a été construit sur Shoal du Prince , il y avait un besoin de gravier pour stabiliser la structure sur le lit de la rivière . L'idée était que le gravier pourrait être ramené de la gravière et chargé sur des barges amarrées au large de Pointe Rouge . La berme a été placé là où il se trouve maintenant par l'entrepreneur afin qu'un bulldozer peut être déchargé à partir d'une barge et fait monter la pente au sommet de la Pointe Rouge . La berme a été placé au pied d'un chemin de sable de la plage pour le premier plateau . Cet espoir s'est révélé faux que la pente était trop raide pour un bulldozer . L'idée a été abandonnée au profit du camionnage gravier de la carrière au quai de CSL , où il a été jeté dans des barges . ( C'était un été bruyant et poussiéreux comme les roches dégringolaient chutes d'acier du quai pour les péniches ! ) .La berme n'a pas été retiré après l'échec de l'expérience, et il marque le montant de l'érosion de la plage qui a eu lieu au cours des 50 dernières années . Imaginez la quantité de sable a emporté de la colline de quitter la berme donc seul sur la plage ! Ma mère m'a raconté cette histoire . The sand comes and goes! 2016 Le sable vient et va! 2016 NEXT PAGE

  • GALE | tidesoftadoussac1

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  • Saguenay Trips | tidesoftadoussac1

    Été à Tadoussac Summer 1920-1940 Page 5 of 7 PREVIOUS NEXT PAGE Saguenay Trips Des excursions sur le Saguenay 1927 Picnic at Petites Isles Lennox Williams and friends Jack Wallace Sr 1934 Trip to the Capes ?, Jean Alexander (Aylan-Parker), ?, Ainslie Evans (Stephen) & Trevor Evans, Back Jack Wallace and Frank Morewood Bill & Betty Morewood (Evans) Phoebe Evans (Skutezky) at right Trevor, Jack, Betty, Ainslie, Frank My mother Age 12 in 1934>> At the wharf in Tadoussac Au Quai de Tadoussac Bill and Betty Morewood, Jack Wallace 1935 Trip to... Islet Rouge!? Susie Russell Ainslie Evans (Stephen) Betty Morewood (Evans) Frances Holland Phoebe Evans (Skutezky) and others My parents in 1935 Lewis Evans age 24 Betty Morewood age 13 They married in 1944! 1935 Above Lennox Williams Below Frank Morewood and Captain Donat Therrien 1935 Uncle Art taking the girls for a trip Left Peg, Mac? Gertrude (Williams) Alexander Ron Alexander Sr Jean Alexander (Aylan-Parker) Below WOW The Mountain above Petits Isles Sur la Montagne à Petits Isles 1936 Lewis Evans with all the girls, and below, sculling 1938 Ainslie Evans (Stephen) Betty Morewood (Evans) ?? LilyBell Rhodes Phoebe Evans (Skutezky) Jean Alexander (Aylan-Parker) 1939 Lewis Evans and the "Noroua" 1940 The "White Boat" with no life jackets! pas de gilets de sauvetage! Harry Morewood Jimmy Williams Simon Wallace (no relation) Joan Williams (Ballantyne) Frank Morewood Susan Williams (Webster) Jennifer and Delia Tudor-Hart Bobby Morewood PREVIOUS NEXT PAGE

  • Anse à l'Eau - Steamers to Tadoussac 1860-1930

    PREVIOUS Anse à l'Eau Les Bateaux à Vapeur and L'écloserie de Poissons The Steamers and the Fish Hatchery NEXT PAGE Anse à L'Eau in 1870 was a lumber mill that had been operating for 40 years, and was now quiet. The era of the sawmill was over, and the era of the STEAMSHIP was beginning! ​ This page may have errors with dates and other information, please help! The pictures tell the story, and I was not alive at the time! ​ Anse à l'Eau en 1870 était un moulin à bois qui fonctionnait depuis 40 ans, et était maintenant calme. L'ère de la scierie était terminée, et l'ère de la STEAMSHIP commençait! ​ Cette page peut avoir des erreurs avec les dates et autres informations, s'il vous plaît aider! Les images racontent l'histoire, et je n'étais pas vivant à l'époque! "Champion" circa 1870 "St Lawrence" circa 1875 Circa 1880 ​ It looks like the sawmill has been renovated to become the new Fish Hatchery, the building seems to be in the same location, with the same roof pitch, but the windows are different. Circa 1880 ​ Peut-être la scierie a été rénovée pour devenir la nouvelle écloserie de poissons, le bâtiment semble être au même endroit, avec la même hauteur de toit, mais les fenêtres sont différentes. The "Thor" was a working boat for the Price company, and became a ferry between Rivière du Loup and Tadoussac between 1890 and 1916 Le «Thor» était un bateau de travail pour la compagnie Price et est devenu un ferry entre la Rivière du Loup et Tadoussac entre 1890 et 1916 The Wharf at Anse à L'Eau was reduced in size over the years, eventually the part where the sawmill/hatchery was removed as well. Le quai de l'Anse à L'Eau a été réduit en taille au fil des ans, finalement la partie avec la scierie / écloserie a été enlevée aussi. "Canada" circa 1900? "Canada" circa 1900? Tourists admiring a large salmon from the pond at the Fish Hatchery Les touristes admirant un gros saumon de l'étang à l'écloserie de poissons Horses and Buggies ready for the Tourists on the Wharf Chevaux et Chariots prêts pour les Touristes sur le Quai This new Fish Hatchery is NOT the same building as the old sawmill in the earlier photos, the roof is steeper and there are six dormers. ​ However it does look the same as the building below, which still exists. The roof has been lowered, the window near the corner looks exactly the same. Cette nouvelle écloserie de poissons n'est PAS le même bâtiment que l'ancienne scierie dans les photos précédentes, le toit est plus raide et il ya six lucarnes. ​ Cependant, il ressemble le même que le bâtiment ci-dessous, qui existe encore. Le toit a été abaissé, la fenêtre près du coin semble exactement la même. These two Steamers look very similar, but the top one is a paddle wheeler, the bottom one has more lifeboats! Possibly the same ship. ​ Also note the new Gazebo structure on the wharf. Circa 1900 ​ Ces deux Steamers sont très similaires, mais le haut est un bateau à aubes, celle du bas a plus de canots de sauvetage! Peut-être le même navire. ​ Notez la nouvelle structure Gazebo sur le quai. Circa 1900 Names: Back Row Frank Morewood Bob Thompson Minnie Rhodes ? ? Dorothy Rhodes (Evans) Armitage Rhodes Front Row ? Charlie Rhodes ? Nancy Morewood John Morewood ? Circa 1900 ​ Circa 1900 a big change, the old Sawmill Building is GONE, and that part of the wharf as well. Some rocks have been exposed. ​ The boat at the wharf is the "Mahone" more pictures on the "Ferries" page ​ Circa 1900 Un grand changement, l'ancien bâtiment Sawmill est ALLÉ, et que la partie du quai ainsi. Certaines roches ont été exposées. ​ ​ Le bateau au quai est le "Mahone" plus de photos sur la page "Ferries" 1908 Left Amy Burstall Mary Williams (Wallace) (18) Right Billy Morewood (17) Carrie Rhodes (Morewood) (27) Carrie and Billy are first cousins, Carrie later marries Frank Morewood, Billy's brother, and they become my grandparents! Carrie et Billy sont les cousins, Carrie épouse Frank Morewood, le frère de Billy, et ils deviennent mes grands-parents! 1908 Below Catherine Rhodes? (20) Dorothy Rhodes (Evans) (18) Right The "Tadoussac" "Cape Diamond" Below is the SS Saguenay, very similar to the CSL Boats that were in service up to the 1960's, but it only had one funnel. Voici le SS Saguenay, très semblable au CSL Boats qui étaient en service jusqu'aux années 1960, mais il avait seulement un entonnoir. Painting by Frank Morewood, circa 1930 More photos of the Ferries at Anse à L'Eau on the "Ferries" page! ​ Circa 1965 Trevor Skutezky and Tom Evans (me) went fishing at the LAKE, and catching nothing, we decided to try our luck at the ferry wharf - he was allowed, I was NOT. Why was I not allowed, it looks perfectly safe! If you ignore the lack of railings, the rickety construction, and the 30 foot drop to cold water with no way to get out...Anyway we caught some Crapeaus (as shown) and 4 lovely TommyCod, which we took up to the Sku's to clean for their supper. Word got out that we had caught some COD in the LAKE and I was caught. To make matters worse somebody took our picture and sent it to my parents in a Christmas card, so I got heck again 6 months later! Circa 1965 Trevor Skutezky et Tom Evans (moi) sont allés à la pêche au lac, et la capture rien, nous avons décidé d'essayer notre chance au quai de ferry - il a été autorisé, je n'étais PAS. Pourquoi je n'ai pas été autorisé, il semble parfaitement sûr! Si vous ignorez le manque de garde-corps, la construction branlante et la chute de 30 pieds à l'eau froide sans moyen de sortir ... De toute façon nous avons attrapé quelques Crapeaus (comme indiqué) et 4 TommyCod belle, que nous avons pris chez Sku à nettoyer pour leur souper. Les gens ont entendu dire que nous avions attrapé du COD dans le LAC et que j'étais coupable. Pour aggraver les choses, quelqu'un a pris notre photo et l'a envoyé à mes parents dans une carte de Noël, donc j'ai eu heck encore 6 mois plus tard! (Désolé pour la traduction) Then and Now 50 NEXT PAGE

  • Nan Rhodes & Lennox Williams | tidesoftadoussac1

    Caroline Anne (Nan) Rhodes 1861-1937 & Bishop Lennox Waldron (Lennie) Williams 1859-1958 NEXT PAGE PREVIOUS This page under construction ​ Back to Home Page

  • William Rhodes & Ann Smith | tidesoftadoussac1

    PREVIOUS Back in time, in England... William Rhodes 1791-1869 and Ann Smith -1827 NEXT PAGE Lived at Bramhope Hall, near Leeds, Yorkshire, England. The house no longer exists. Married 1817​. Children Caroline 1818, James 1819, Ann 1820, William 1821 , Godfrey 1823, Francis 1825, and then Ann died in 1827. Everybody on the Rhodes family tree is descended from these two. These lovely paintings of Ann Smith and William Rhodes are from about 1820, before photography was invented! Thanks to Ainslie Stephen and Lew Evans. about 1920 Bramhope England

  • RhodesGrandkids | tidesoftadoussac1

    NEXT PAGE The 18 Tadoussac Grandchildren of William Rhodes and Anne Dunn PREVIOUS This is an amazing collection of photographs of the RHODES Family in Tadoussac, assembled from albums of many families. These folks are our ancestors, the people that enjoyed Tadoussac before we did. You will have heard of most of them, and if you are 40+ maybe you knew them. This page is LONG, hundreds of photos. But it's PHOTOGRAPHS, not much reading involved! Take the time to get to know some great people. ​ This page introduces the older ancestors, the children of William and Anne Rhodes, but focuses on the 18 grandchildren who spent wonderful time in Tadoussac from the 1880's to the 1980's! ​ Of the 18 only 8 have descendants, but there are now about 140 direct descendants who come to Tadoussac, and they have built 16 houses in Tadoussac! You may be one! ​ ​ 18 of the RHODES GRANDCHILDREN Carrie Rhodes Morewood 1881 John Morewood1884 Frank Morewood1886 Catherine Rhodes 1888 Nancy Morewood 1888 Jimmy Williams 1888 Lily Bell Rhodes 1889 Mary Williams Wallace 1890 Charley Rhodes 1890 Gertrude Williams Alexander 1891 Isobel (Billy) Morewood 1891 Frances Rhodes 1892 Dorothy Rhodes Evans1892 Gertrude Rhodes1896 Bobby Morewood 1897 Sidney Williams 1899 Monica Rhodes1904 Armitage (Peter) Rhodes Hargreaves 1909 ​ (Omitted from this list are 5 who died in infancy, and 9 children of Bob Rhodes who lived in the US and didn't come to Tadoussac, so the total is really about 32). ​ Please send corrections/additional information!! A short bio for each of these people would improve the page, please write one! ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Peter de Rodes came from France to England in about 1600 ​ William Rhodes 1791-1869 and Ann Smith -1827 lived in Bramhope Hall, England, near Leeds. ​ ​ ​ ​ Their second son, William Rhodes, moved to Quebec in 1842. ​ He married Anne Catherine Dunn in 1846, granddaughter of Thomas Dunn of Quebec. The Rhodes Family lived at Benmore, Sillery, Quebec They built a summer cottage "Brynhyfryd" in Tadoussac in 1860, which was constantly expanded to accomodate the growing family. This is organized by family First the PARENTS (the children of William Rhodes and Anne Dunn) Then the GRANDCHILDREN William Rhodes (Jr) 1851-1921 Caroline Hibler 1848-1929 ​ William was the third oldest of the five Rhodes boys. He worked for the Baldwin Locomotive Works in Philadelphia, and travelled the world delivering and assembling locomotives. They had one daughter. Carrie Rhodes Morewood 1881-1973 The oldest Grandchild, she was born in Australia, and lived in Doylestown and Bryn Mayr (near Philadelphia), and with her son Bill and his family in New Jersey. She summered in Quebec at Benmore and Tadoussac, and married her first cousin Frank Morewood. She is my grandmother, I knew her well! A lovely lady. Carrie, Frank, Bill and Betty(Evans) Morewood) Harry Morewood 1855-1916 Minnie Rhodes 1857-1942​ ​ Minnie was the 6th oldest of the Rhodes children, with 5 older brothers. The Morewood had 5 children, and much of the family lived at the Rhodes family home, Benmore in Quebec, until it was sold in the late 1940's. And of course summer in Tadoussac. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Frank Morewood 1886-1949 Frank was an artist and architect, and designed several Tadoussac houses (Windward, Brynhyfryd, Turcot). He married his first cousin Carrie (above) and is my grandfather. They had 2 children, Bill and Betty. ​ John Morewood 1884-1944 ​ Nancy Morewood 1888-1946 ​ Isobel (Billy) Morewood 1891-1977 at right Meeting the boat in Anse a L'Eau with her cousin/sister-in-law Carrie Rhodes circa 1910 Bobby Morewood 1897-1964 below, Bill and Ainslie Stephen, Harry Bob and Frank Morewood, Phoebe Morewood Family Photos Left Bill Morewood and Aunt Billy Morewood ​ Right Aunt Margaret Bill and Betty (Evans) Morewood Bobby Morewood ​ Godfrey Rhodes 1850-1932 Lily Jamison 1859-1939 ​ Godfrey was second oldest, and he trained with his brother William in industrial mills in Pennsylvania. He inherited from his namesake, Uncle Godfrey Rhodes, and bought Cataraquai, a large estate in Sillery, Quebec, next door to the Rhodes family home Benmore. They had one daughter Catherine. ​ ​ Cataraquai in Quebec Catherine Rhodes 1888-1972 Catherine was very interested in art and an artist herself. She married Percival Tudor-Hart, a well known artist, and they built a large house in Tadoussac . He had two children from a previous marriage. Catherine lived at Cataraquia her whole life. ​ ​ Armitage Rhodes 1848-1909 Ida Alleman 1854-1893 Katie VonIffland 1867-1938 ​ Armitage was the oldest, and had two children Charley and Dorothy (Dorsh) with his first wife, and two daughters with his second wife, Monica and Armitage (Peter). He lived at Benmore and spent a lot of time in Tadoussac at Brynhyfryd. Above Charley Rhodes with his mother in Montreal Charley Rhodes 1890-? Below Charley Rhodes with Uncle Jimmy Rhodes at Benmore Dorothy Rhodes Evans 1892-1977 at right Dorothy with Katie (VonIffland) Rhodes Below with Monica Dorothy Rhodes married Trevor Evans, and they had four children, Phoebe, Ainslie, Trevor and Tim. They bought the cottage Ivanhoe Dorothy (Dorsh) at right with a couple of her grandchildren Bill and Margie Stephen early 1950's at Hovington's Farm Armitage Rhodes and his second wife, Katie VonIffland, with Monica ​ Below Monica Rhodes and her grandmother Anne (Dunn) Rhodes Monica Rhodes1904-1985 ​ Armitage (Peter) Rhodes Hargreaves 1909-1969 above Dorothy, Peter, Katie (VanIffland) Rhodes above 1913 Peter with her grandmother MrsVonIffland below Katie (Von Iffland) Rhodes with Peter and Dorothy Francis Rhodes 1853-1926 Totie LeMoine 1859-1941 ​ Francis was the fourth oldest and married a Québec girl, Totie LeMoyne, of "Spencer Grange", near Benmore, outside Québec. He studied mining and they lived in the US until James LeMoyne died and they came back to Quebec. They had 3 daughters, LilyBell, Frances and Gertrude. Spencer Grange still exists, at 1328, Avenue Duquet, Quebec Lily Bell Rhodes 1889-1975 ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ above Lily and Frances with their father Francis, at the sand dunes Frances Rhodes 1892-1976 below 1916 at Spencer Grange Lily LucyLogan MargaretPrice GertrudeWA 1950 LilyBell and another cousin, Margaret Robes in Boston The third sister Gertrude Rhodes1896-1926 She studied medicine and when she was an intern in a Denver hospital she got sick and died at the age of 30. ​ Nan Rhodes Williams with Lily and Gertrude, only one photo Caroline Anne (Nan) Rhodes 1861-1937 Lennox Williams 1859-1958 ​ Nan was the second daughter, seventh child in the Rhodes family. She married Lennox Williams who became Bishop of Quebec, they lived in Quebec City and had 4 children. Nan inherited Brynhyfryd from her parents. Jim Williams 1888-1916 He is the oldest son of Lennox Williams and Nan Rhodes. Born in 1888, married Evelyn Meredith January 3, 1916. He was killed in the First World War at the Somme in November 18, 1916 at the age of 28. ​ More photos at under the Williams Tab above Mary Williams Wallace 1890 - 1989 Mary and Jack Wallace owned Brynhyfryd for many years. They had one daughter Nan (Wallace) Leggat, and two sons Jack and Michael Wallace. ​ ~1907 MaryWallace with HarrietRoss at left Mary with Robbie Leggat? early 1950's Gertrude Williams Alexander 1891-? Gertrude married Gen. Ronald Alexander and they had three children, Jim Alexander, Jean (Alexander) Aylan-Parker, and Ron Alexander ​ above circa 1900 in front of Benmore below circa 1907 with her aunt Minnie (Rhodes) Morewood and her granny Anne (Dunn) Rhodes Canon Sidney Waldron Williams 1899-1972 Sidney Williams married Enid Price and they had four children, Joan, Susan, Jim and Sheila ​ at right 1913 Donat Therrien, brother Jimmy and Sid The Williams family at Brynhyfryd circa 1914 ​ ​ Mary Syd Jim Evelyn Lennox&Nan Gertrude Do you think you are done? You are not! There's more Rhodes Grandchildren, mostly having fun together in Tadoussac! Keep going to the next page>>>> NEXT PAGE

  • Tides of Tadoussac

    PREVIOUS Yawls & Small Boats Yoles et Petits Bateaux NEXT PAGE L'Esperence and Laura 1890's Benny Caron's "Laura" about 1901 About 1905 on the Terrien Yacht on the Saguenay - back - Frank Morewood, Bob Campbell (who is he?), Bobby Morewood, his mother Minnie Morewood, Kate VanIffland second wife of Armitage Rhodes. Middle - Sidney Williams and Billy Morewood, Nan Rhodes Williams and Lennox Williams. Front - Charlie Rhodes, ?, Nancy Morewood and Mary Williams Wallace. A l'époque 1905 sur le Yacht Terrien sur le Saguenay A large Lower St Lawrence Yawl called the "Muriel", early 1900's Un grand Yole Bas-St-Laurent appelé le "Muriel", au début des années 1900 "Laura" was owned by Benny Caron and then Donat Therrien, here about 1910 "Laura" a été possédé par Benny Caron puis Donat Therrien, ici environ 1910 Donat and Phillippe Therrien Doris Molson A Trip to Cape Eternity in 1935 Un voyage à Cape Eternité en 1935 Ainslie Evans (Stephen) and Betty Morewood (Evans) Bill Morewood Bill Morewood, Michael and Jack Wallace, Frank Morewood Betty Morewood (Evans) Ainslie Evans (Stephen) Frank Morewood Betty Morewood (Evans) Jack Wallace Bill Morewood Ainslie Evans (Stephen) & Phoebe Evans (Skutezky) A boat picnic in the late 1930's Photos by Frank Morewood, with Betty (Evans) and Bill Morewood and others. Un pique-nique en bateau dans les fin des années 1930 Photos par Frank Morewood, avec Betty (Evans) et Bill Morewood et d'autres. Lewis Evans et les filles COMING SOMEDAY on another page... MORE Yawls and Small Boats 1940's-1970's BIENTÔT sur une autre page ... PLUS Yoles et Petits Bateaux années 1940-années 1970 Bishop Lennox Williams Lewis Evans' "Noroua" & "Bonne Chance" Bailey's "Saguenayan" & Price's "Jamboree" Leggatt's "GAL" and Evans' "ANNE" NEXT PAGE

  • Spruce Cliff | tidesoftadoussac1

    PREVIOUS Spruce Cliff 1861----> NEXT PAGE Spruce Cliff was built in 18 61 by Willis Russell. He was married to Rebecca Page Sanborn Pope. They came to Canada in 1835 in search of timber interests and settled in Quebec, where Mr. Russell became great friends with Colonel Rhodes. The two of them used to go fishing at the Marguerite River. When he first came to Tadoussac, he rented a house in L'Anse a l'Eau. Then he, Colonel Rhodes and Mr. Powell of Philadelphia bought adjoining lots. Colonel Rhodes built first and then wrote his builder saying his good friend Mr. Russell wanted a house just like his and of as good lumber. Thus, the two houses were almost identical. (Trivia: Willis Russell owned a hotel in Quebec called the Russell Hotel, now called the Hotel Clarendon. There is still a 'Russell Room' in the hotel.) ​ Spruce Cliff a été construit en 1861 par Willis Russell. Il était marié à Rebecca Page Sanborn Pape. Ils sont venus au Canada en 1835 à la recherche des intérêts de bois et se sont installés au Québec, où M. Russell est devenu très ami avec le colonel Rhodes. Ils sont allés à la pêche ensemble à la rivière Marguerite. Quand il est arrivé à Tadoussac, il a loué une maison à L'Anse à l'Eau. Plus tard, le Colonel Rhodes et M. Powell de Philadelphie acheté lots contigus. Colonel Rhodes construit d'abord et ensuite écrit son constructeur disant que son bon ami M. Russell voulait une maison comme la sienne et d'aussi bonne oeuvre. Ainsi, les deux maisons étaient presque identiques. (Anecdote: Willis Russell était le propriétaire d'un hôtel au Québec appelé l'Hôtel Russell, maintenant appelé Le Hotel Clarendon. Il est encore un 'Russell Room' à l'hôtel.) ​ ​ ​ NEXT PAGE

  • Windward

    PREVIOUS Windward NEXT PAGE Frank Morewood (1886-1949) and Carrie Rhodes (1881-1973) are both grandchildren of William Rhodes, who built the first Brynhyfryd in Tadoussac in 1860. They both spent summers in Tadoussac with the Rhodes family, in the photo (~1891) below Carrie is 3rd from right, Frank asleep on the right. Frank's family lived at Benmore in Quebec, and Carrie's family lived in Pennsylvania. They married in 1920 and had two children Betty (1922-1993) and Bill (1924-20??), and lived in Bryn Mawr and Doylestown, Pennsylvania. ​ Frank was an architect and designed a house to be built in Tadoussac in 1936. ​The location was just east of Brynhyfryd and the Barn, on land that had previously been part of "Dwight Park". The stone entrance which still exists had a wrought iron gate with the name Dwight Park, the gate is in the Molson Museum barns near the lake. Johnathan Dwight died in 1911, and the plaque below sits beside the house. His widow apparently offered the park to the village of Tadoussac, but they refused, so she sold lots to cottagers. In a letter written by Lilybell Rhodes in 1939, there was an interesting note: ...and Mrs. (Johnathan) Dwight were the Tad people present. Mrs. Dwight came up and spoke to me. I would not have known her. She looks so much older (as do we all know doubt). She looked very handsome, but stern and said "you know Frank Morewood has built a house on a bit of my land that he does not yet own". ​ The photo below shows the bank below the proposed site for the house, just before it was built. The Barn can be seen at upper left. Everyone told the Morewoods they were crazy to build there. Today, 86 years later, the house is 35' from the edge of the bank. The view is terrific. The wood arrived on a goélette. The interior of the cottage will be BC Fir. Painting below by Tom Evans ​ Bundles of cedar shingles for the roof, which lasted over 80 years right, Carrie Rhodes Morewood ​ below, Frank's mother Minnie Rhodes Morewood ​ Bill Morewood, Ainslie Evans Stephen (hiding), Billy Morewood, Jean Alexander Alan-Parker, Betty Morewood Evans, boys probably Jim Williams and Parkers, Joan Williams Ballantyne, Susan Williams Webster Watercolour by Frank Morewood ​ below Anne and Lewis Evanswith grandfather Frank Frank Morewood died in 1949, and the house was passed on to Betty and Lewis Evans for one dollar. We still have the dollar. In 1961 we had an 80th birthday party for Carrie, shown below with Dorothy Rhodes Evans and Anne Evans Belton. Circa 1962 we visited Tadoussac at New Year's, at right Lew, Tom, Alan, Anne Christmas Card Sometimes the shutters were different colours In 1979 two grandchildren had arrived and more were coming, so Betty and Lew built "the Wing", a bedroom and bathroom without all the noise! Minke Whale by Tom Evans, only appears in the winter! NEXT PAGE