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Rilla's siblings Nan, Di, and Walter return to Redmond College, and Shirley returns to Queen's Academy, leaving Rilla anxiously alone at home with her parents, their spinster housekeeper Susan Baker, and Gertrude Oliver, a teacher who is boarding with the Blythes while her fiance reports to the front.
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Rilla's and Walter
It has a more serious tone, as it takes place during World War I and the three Blythe boys -- Jem, Walter, and Shirley -- along with Rilla's sweetheart Ken Ford, and playmates Jerry Meredith and Carl Meredith -- end up fighting in Europe with the Canadian Expeditionary Force.
Rilla's brother Walter, who is of age, does not enlist, ostensibly due to a recent bout with typhoid but truly because he fears the ugliness of war and death.
Walter eventually does enlist, as does Rilla's newfound love interest, Kenneth Ford ( the son of Owen and Leslie Ford, who met in Anne's House of Dreams ), who asks her to promise she will not kiss anyone else until he returns.
Rilla's and Rilla
( Rilla, the youngest daughter, raises someone else's little boy for a few years ; he is referred to by the family as " Rilla's war-baby " and he was presumably the inspiration for Dominic in Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story.
Rilla's and at
Rilla's father Gilbert challenges her to raise the war orphan, and although she doesn't like babies at all, she rises to the occasion, eventually coming to love " Jims " as her own.
siblings and Nan
Camilla Hall was the only surviving child of four ; two of her siblings died of a kidney disorder, Peter and Nan, and a third, Terry, of congenital heart disease.
siblings and Walter
Sue Ellen remains optimistic about a summer of freedom with her siblings: stoner Kenny, tomboy Melissa, ladies man Zach and TV fanatic Walter while their mother travels to Australia.
* Sir Walter Murdoch ( 1876-1970 ), Australian academic and essayist ; Murdoch University in Western Australia is named after him ; Walter Murdoch was born in Rosehearty and spend the first 10 years of his life there, the youngest of 14 siblings, before emigrating with his family to Melbourne in 1886 ; his father James Murdoch was the Free Kirk minister at Rosehearty.
His siblings include: Kathryn Kennedy ( 1897-1974 ) aka Sis Kennedy, who married Joseph O ' Malley ( 1893-1985 ) who was the uncle of Walter Francis O ' Malley ( 1903-1979 ), the owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1950 to 1979 ; Mary Frances Kennedy ( 1898-1982 ); Josephine Kennedy ( 1899-1900 ) aka Sarah Kennedy ; Thomas Kennedy ( 1901-1972 ); James Gerard Kennedy I ( 1902-1903 ); and Joseph Kennedy ( 1905-1983 ).
Lord Cameron is one of five siblings and the second but elder surviving son of Major Allan Cameron, himself second son of Colonel Sir Donald Walter Cameron of Lochiel, K. T., 25th Lochiel.
He had two siblings: Dr. Samuel Cabot III ( b. 1815 ), an eminent surgeon, and Walter Channing Cabot ( b. 1829 ).
siblings and return
His two older siblings were deported to Nazi Germany for slave labour in 1943, and did not return until after the war.
Elliott and his siblings help the extraterrestrial return home while attempting to keep it hidden from their mother and the government.
Following Jacob's return to Orthodox Judaism, he sent Marcus, his youngest son, to the cheder at the age of 5, where he studied the Talmud although his elder siblings had been educated in the public school system.
Since her return to Thailand, she has increasingly taken part in royal ceremonies, though not to the extent of her royal siblings.
He continued his studies at Niagara University ( 1871-1872 ) and at St. Mary's Seminary in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1873, but had to leave the seminary and return home to help finish raising his siblings, due to the death of his father.
Although the Warner siblings escape from the water tower as often as they can, they treat the water tower as their home, and always return to it when they are done wreaking mayhem.
The events in The Horse and His Boy take place after the siblings are crowned, and before they return to England, in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and Queen Lucy is a young woman who rides to the aid of Archenland.
He and his siblings finally return to their own world ( where they find themselves as children once again ) 15 years later, to find that no time had passed by there.
After fifteen years in Narnia, he and his siblings return to England, where they all magically appear as children again.
Edmund and his siblings return to Narnia to aid Caspian, rightful King of Narnia, against King Miraz the Usurper.
A. D. Patel's father tried to persuade him to return and practice law in India and to help with the education of his younger siblings, but in the end helped pay his son ’ s fare from London to Fiji, where he arrived on 11 October 1928.
Soon after his return his father and two siblings died and he took a job as editor at one of Oslo's main newspapers, Den Constitutionelle ( 1836 – 1847 ), where he worked until 1845.
siblings and College
They had three other siblings: Richard, the eldest, who became a lawyer ; John, born after Dorothy, who went to sea and died in 1805 when the ship of which he was Master, the Earl of Abergavenny, was wrecked off the south coast of England ; and Christopher, the youngest, who entered the Church and rose to be Master of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Sir Oliver's siblings included Sir Richard Lodge ( 1855 – 1936 ), historian ; Eleanor Constance Lodge ( 1869 – 1936 ), historian and principal of Westfield College, London ; and Alfred Lodge ( 1854 – 1937 ), mathematician.
To keep her younger siblings together as a family, she dropped out of Rust College and found work as a teacher in a black elementary school.
He grew up mostly in Iowa ( with siblings Albert, Lenore, Glen, Osborne and Lowell ) and attended Wheaton College in Illinois, but dropped out in his sophomore year after getting married, and went to work for a modest, family-owned food-processing firm in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Like all upper class Thais of his generation, his parents sent him and his siblings to boarding schools in England including Trent College.
Despite their fame, the McCartneys wanted their children to lead as normal a life as possible, so Stella and her siblings attended local state schools in East Sussex, one of them being Bexhill College.
Upon graduating high school in 1973, Ortiz earned a scholarship to Wellesley College, but eventually left, instead pursuing her bachelor's degree in drama at the University of Texas at El Paso to be closer to her mother and siblings.
Born in London, the third youngest of ten siblings, Jacob was educated at Dulwich College in South London, England.
Sophia Smith ( August 27, 1796 – June 12, 1870 ) founded Smith College in 1870 with the substantial estate she inherited from her father and siblings.
Her siblings include Aaron Albert Mossell III ( 1893 – 1975 ), who became a pharmacist ; and Elizabeth Mossell ( 1894 – 1975 ), who became a Dean of Women at Virginia State College.
In 2006, King and his siblings sought to auction some of King's documents at Sotheby's for as much as $ 30 million, but a group of philanthropists and business leaders bought the documents for an undisclosed sum just prior to the auction ; the buyers promised to keep the collection intact at Morehouse College, Martin Luther King Jr .' s alma mater in Atlanta, Georgia.
He was raised the youngest of five siblings, and graduated from all Roman Catholic schools: Chaminade High School, Boston College, and Fordham University School of Law.
Stevens originally recorded the bulk of the album in Holland, Michigan in 1998, with some post-editing performed at Hope College Recording Arts Center — the short track " Godzuki " was recorded by his siblings in 1981 and recorded by their stepfather Lowell Brams.
Third of four siblings of Renato Olviga Danseco and Amada Fernandez Noscal, a retired high school teacher at Calauag Central College ( CCC ) and eldest daughter of educator Juan Requina Noscal of Lopez, Quezon and Glecilda Fernandez of Calauag.