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  • Halton Lorne Rifles, ca1881
    Imagemystery       On the photograph of the battalian: An arrow in ink points to Capt. J.E. Cullingworth and his name and rank are printed in ink on the grass below his feet. On the medal: around the edge is engraved, Pte. J. E. Cullingworth, 20th Bn. On the bar of the medal: ...
    Imagemystery     On the photograph of the battalian: An arrow in ink points to Capt. J.E. Cullingworth and his name and rank are printed in ink on the grass below his feet. ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
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Cullingworth and Powell Families of Trafalgar Township


Includes descendants of Harry and Anne (Budd) Powell, in particular, the descendants of Frank Whitlock and Jane (King) Powell, who came to Canada in 1908 with their family to join other King family members at the Sixteen Mile Creek, Trafalgar Township, Ontario. Includes descendants of Joseph and Frances (Howard) Cullingworth, who came with other family from Yorkshire, England to Streetsville, Erindale and in particular, Richard and Elizabeth (Darby) Cullingworth who came to Trafalgar Township between 1840 and 1843. The 1890 Farmer's Directory Halton County spells "Cullingworth" as "Cullingsworth". This is the entry for J.E., Trafalgar Concession 1 North of Dundas, Lot 19, the farm owned by Miss J. Bigger.