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The parents of Anne Williams, wife of Ernest, were dedicated Roman Catholics and owned a business. Thus began lifelong careers in mechanical work, for each of these young men.
Ernest Easthope, first son of Edwin, was born there in 1852.
During the late 1800s, compression engines, mostly two cycle, were being developed for a new fuel called gasoline.
The technology spread from Europe to the American east coast but was not yet established in frontier British Columbia.
The family used the Brant with it's tireless engine extensively over a period of about four years. In a North-South oriented valley is an area, noted for apple orchards, called Ape Dale.
Calvin's son John recalls that she was anchored in Horseshoe Bay. The small village of Easthope is located on the southeast side of Ape Dale.
After a year or two she became an assistant to a dressmaker -- employment which paid better than the domestic work.