Lansdowne Cemetery, Spallumcheen:  1882 – 1999, courtesy of Carmen Kirkland

Armstrong-Enderby Branch Directors: 

Carmen Kirkland, president                        250-545-8397  (

Jessie Ann Gamble, vice president            250-546-9416

Linda Samland, secretary                            250-546-0073

Craig McKechnie, treasurer                        250-546-3295

Don Moor, past president                          250-546-0506

Directors at Large:

Trina Antoine, Bob Cowan, Joan Cowan, Rob Dale, Peter Vander Sar and Greg Wiebe.

Branch Editors:

Jessie Ann Gamble: Armstrong                  250-546-9416     (

Bob Cowan: Enderby                                   250-838-9641     (




Branch Meeting:     Sunday, November 4, 2018 at 2:00 pm

Location:            Armstrong Museum, 3415 Pleasant Valley Rd., Armstrong

Andrea Malysh, Program Manager with the Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund, will give an overview of the national story of WWI Internment and the many nationalities affected by Canada’s first National Internment Operation.

Lawrna Myers will provide interesting stories about the local history of the Vernon Internment Camp.

OHS Book Sales:

Copies of the 82nd Report of the OHS will be sold at Askew’s Foods in Armstrong on October 19 and 20 and again November 16 and 17, 2018.

Copies are also available from the Armstrong-Spallumcheen Museum and Art Gallery (250-546-8318) and the Enderby and District Museum and Archives (250-838-7170).