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Topic Summary - Displaying 6 post(s).
Posted by: Linda Warren Posted on: 16. Sep 2013 at 18:47
My grandfather was Harry Waren of 132 Main st. in Springhill.  Danny wrote a poem about him on the front of a coal tram " the face"  does anyone have a copy?
Posted by: Judy Kavalak Posted on: 07. May 2012 at 21:52
Hi Elissa.
My name is Judy Kavalak (nee Herrett) and I went to school with Katherine.  A friend of mine, Mary Calder MacKenzie was friends with Elaine & June growing up.  She would love to get in touch with them.
Posted by: Elissa H Posted on: 25. Jan 2012 at 15:11
Hello Janet...  I too am Danny's granddaughter.  My mom is Elaine.  The family is doing good
Posted by: Janet Quinn Posted on: 20. Oct 2011 at 21:59
Hello Margaret, I googled Danny Boutilier's name  and came across yours . My name is Janet Quinn{Atkinson} and I am from Springhill.Your grandfather used to live in the house right behind ours. I was just wondering where all his children are now. I can remember Catherine and Arnold. I am sixty-four so I grew up with Danny's kids. Would love to hear all about your family and where everyone is now. Janet
Posted by: anada Posted on: 31. Jul 2007 at 15:18
Hi Margaret,
saw your post re the miners poet.

In a recent conversation with my kids re. stress in the work place. a line from one of your grandfathers
poems came to mind, something like-----

"can you blame a guy for sitting (with a smoke ?)
in the kitchen , where the roof is safe and sound"
etc

we agreed it must have been extremely stressful to be a coal miner.


I went looking for a book of his poems I bought some years ago, and can not find it.

is it possible---------------

to buy a copy of this book, or,
if not, if you have this poem, would you
possibly e-mail it to me///

DUNCAN BEATON
DARTMOUTH
N.S.
D.BEATON@NS.SYMPATICO.CA
Posted by: Margaret Boutilier Posted on: 24. Sep 2005 at 18:18
I am the grand daughter of Danny and have some of his works so contact me and tell me how you got interested in him. thanks