Of the people with names on the quilt that we have identified exclusively, the ages in 1918 range from zero to eighty-seven years. Just over half of these people fall in the age range 30-39 in 1918. There appears to be a lower number in the ‘teenage’ range (10-19 years) than would be expected. This may be due to the impact of the influenza epidemic of 1918 when they would have been in a vulnerable age range. Curiously the third decile (20-29 years) contains more people than would be expected. This would seem to imply a ‘baby-boom’ in the years 1889-1898, a period of major immigration from the old world to Canada and North America.