Grant, Ethel Moxon and Allan Garfield

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Grant, Ethel Moxon and Allan Garfield

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Ethel Moxon Grant and Allan Garfield Grant were farmers in Western Canada. Allan Garfield Grant (born 1881) was a farmer and early organizer of the Co-operative movement in Saskatchewan and British Columbia. He kept diaries recording his daily life from 1918 until 1964. Ethel Moxon Grant (born July 6, 1886) was a British working-class woman who married Allan Grant at the end of World War I. From 1919 until 1934 the Grants farmed at Coleville Saskatchewan. In 1934 they moved to ten acres at Whonnock, British Columbia (now part of Maple Ridge)., where they stayed.


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