Remembering Donald MacEachern

Donald MacEachern was the son of Norman Angus MacEachern and the brother of Kenneth MacEachern (my grandfather). Donald fought in the Battle of the Falaise Gap (also known as the Falaise Pocket) during August 1944 as part of the Second World War. He was injured when his tank was destroyed and he was briefly taken... Continue Reading →

A Search For Our Ancestors

The following is a transcription of a document written by Norman Angus MacEachern, my great-grandfather. In it he writes about a trip he and his wife took to Scotland sometime on or before 1959 in search of information about his ancestors and the history of the name MacEachern. The original scanned document is available here (68mb). I've... Continue Reading →

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