|Right: Arthur Homer Mylot|
with his cousin Effie Van Hoesen
on the left
at Doyle City, Waterford. circa 1922
|This may be Arthur in the wagon and older brother pulling|
|Arthur is the smallest kid in the group|
The boy in black looks like older brother, Milo.
|Arthur Homer Mylott, |
daughter with the earmuffs,
and Arthur's mother, Edith Lida Glode.
Around the holidays 1956.
Yes it was. Joseph Arthur Omer Mylott, son of Benjamin Mylott and Ida Glode, baptized on July 15th, 1918 in St Joseph's Church in Chamby, Québec!
|Edith Ida Glode|
A strong woman, a survivor.
Giving birth to babies on boats!
A widow and
mother of Milo, Edgar and Arthur
and several children who did not live to adulthood.
Grandmother, Great grandmother too.
|St Joseph's, Chambly|
The document states Arthur's father, Benjamin Mylott, is a navigator. Arthur Mylott was born on the canal boat while in the Chambly Canal!
Unfortunately, he never knew...it was a little too late.
|Green Island, NY|
|In Panama Canal Zone 1939|