I’m posting photos from my collection of family photographs on Saturdays with a brief explanation of what I know about each picture.
This is one of my favourite family photos. It is a picture of Agnes (Little) Hadden. To me, she was Granny.
Although I remember my paternal grandmother, the memories are a little foggy and faded as I was very young when she passed away.
Granny stood only four feet, ten inches but was always described to me as quite the ‘fireball.’ She certainly kept a close eye on her children and, like most mothers, she seemed to know what they were up to even when that seemed an impossibility.
Born in Greenock, Scotland, Agnes immigrated to Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1928. Granny was famous in the family for her expression, with her strong Scottish accent, “Me tongue is me passport.”