Gretta Parminter

In 1920 Gretta moved with her family to Horsefly from Victoria. Her father W.D. McDougall was to look after the store for her uncle Al Campbell who was opening a store in Likely. They lived at the Corner House with her family. She taught at the Horsefly School.

She married John Parminter of Beaver Valley in 1922 and eventually became post mistress. They had eight children, their two oldest were boys, Jack and Bill. They also had two daughters, Barbara and Margaret, while they still lived in Horsefly. After leaving there for Williams Lake in 1939 and later Quesnel, they had four more children.


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