Evelyn Isabella Weekes and Finlay Hugh Cameron

Eva Isabella Weekes
9.14.1871 - 12.14.1964

Spouse: Finlay Hugh Cameron
7.3.1868 - 10.9.1959

Marriage: 1907

Grave: Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Cobalt

Parents:James Weekes and Annie Smith

Perth Courier, September 13, 1901

Letter from Eva Cameron to Miss Elizabeth Weekes, 20 McEwen Ave. Smiths Falls, Ontario

"Dearest girls - Cobalt May 2nd [1954?]

And a very cold snowy day it is. I have had the flu the 1st time for 3 years. As I know you will be looking for a letter I will just send this scrap to tell you why there is no letter. We received your Easter card and your letter and thank you so much. We hope you are both well. I hope Mary [niece Mary McCallum?] is better. She was not well when she wrote. I will write to her the 1st of next week and tell her how we are and she will tell you. We are all droopy. This is for the McEwens too they were

... your card & letters, but
... d for Betty to write when
... see very well.

... the weather clears up we
... better. I had no cold in my
... head but curling little
... burning waves of rheumatism
... d then break out in a drenching
... uld go through that, ...
... a day. Now I am on the
...d very easy at Mores but a lot of rheumatism. I am in my Wampols and by next week I will be fine again and will write again soon to tell you so. Betty [sister Elizabeth MacEwen?] is not too bad. Not suffering pain at all. But the smallest thing upsets her and she starts worrying because she is not able for any thing not even to care for herself. The V.O.N.s there now for their baths. Keep well. We were so glad you could go to church before Easter. It must have been grand.

Love, Aunt Eva"