John was born in 1867 in Nova Scotia and died in 1932 at Fort Macleod. In 1897 at Gleichen, he was married to Cecile Lucie Beaupre, who was born in 1875 at St. Norbert, Manitoba and died in 1948 at Calgary, Alberta. They had a family of six children. A member of the NWMP he attained the rank of Sergeant in 1895 and was posted at Gleichen. He took his discharge in 1898. He was a member of the Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee contingent and a recipient of Queen Victoria's Jubilee Medal. He was employed by the . as timekeeper during the construction of the Bassano Dam. In 1913 became the Federal Government Stockyard Inspector at Calgary and was in this position until 1932. At Fort Macleod -1885/86
I have an old school guitar i believe was made in 3-1969, as there is red ink written under the volume and tone box, where the electronics sit. It might be a Sears or Monty Wards, or a Japanese model. It ha 4 pickups and the volume and tone are adjusted with plastic dials that roll in the guitar. They dont rotate like tge newer knobs. Im trying to find out what jnid of guitar it is. I’m in process of rebuilding it. There are also 3 plastic switches for each of the two dials, mic. 1 & 2 up top 3 & 4 beliw and a rhythm & solo switch for both. These switches are block style and they toggle in and out of the guitar like the dials. Is there a way to attach a pic or vid. to see if someone there can tell me what kind if guitar it is?