Place: Truro, N.S.
Ownership/Collection: Collection of Redmond Cope and Candice Cope Kennard
Source: Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax
Reference Number: P113/ N-18,738
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These are Henry Cope and his sister Elizabeth, with their nieces and nephews, the children of Alexander (Sandy) Cope of Truro. The child sitting in front is Joseph Cope, aged 6. Henry Cope, aged 24, identified as "Grandmother [Anne Cope] Sack's [and Alexander Cope's] brother" is seated at left; next is Frank Cope, aged 8 ("Redmond's father"). Elizabeth Cope, aged 19 ("Aunt Libby, Grandmother Mrs. Isaac Sack's youngest sister/died in B.C. only about couple of years ago") is seated at the right. In the back row, left to right, are Bridget Cope, age 11 ("later Mrs. Joe Julian, Rachel's—Mrs. Charlie Marshall's—mother"); Margaret Cope, aged 15 ("later Mrs. Charlie Phillips/Aunt Mag, still alive but very feeble"); Susan Jane Cope, aged 13 ("Mrs. John McDonald, later Mrs. Bill Duncan").[Candice Kennard to R. H. Whitehead, personal communication.]
men; women; children; Cope family; Cope, Henry; Cope, Elizabeth; Cope, Joseph; Cope, Frank; Cope, Bridget; Cope, Margaret; Cope, Susan Jane; Truro; Nova Scotia