At the end of war Arthur Taylor and Jeanne Piche had a son, Russel Havelock Taylor. Arthur had a dream to raise horses for the army afterall many had died during the war and the Dominion Government would have a need to replace them.
Jeanne, Arthur and young Russel embarked upon a journey to Alberta, the land of opportunity and a great place to breed horses. They purchased a farm in Three Hills Alberta. At the same time Arthurs younger sister had fallen ill. We see from her letters to Arthur and Jeanne that her health was deteriorating rapidly. Shortly after setting up house in Tree Hills Russel died.
It is said that it was a result of the milk he was being fed at the time.
In 1921 Frances Kathleen was born. It was shortly after Francis birth and Helen's passing that Arthur, Jeanne and Frances returned to Montreal.
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Helen passed away in 1921.