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  • Obituary of Mrs. Ada Hill
    Image       Mrs Ada Hill Died In Hospital Oakville – A well known resident of the Palermo area for many years, Mrs Ada Hill died on Saturday, in Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Hill, who was a Palermo correspondent for the Journal until several years ago, had been a resident of Halton ...
    Image     Mrs Ada Hill Died In Hospital Oakville – A well known resident of the Palermo area for many years, Mrs Ada Hill died on Saturday, in Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital. ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Church Being Rushed
    Imagecomment       St. Luke’s Anglican Church, Palermo, built 1845, is now being raised and a foundation will be built under it. Surrounding it is a quaint country churchyard in which tombstones bear the names of pioneer families of Palermo, sheltered by pine trees whose bare roots reach out like gnarled hands.
    Imagecomment     St. Luke’s Anglican Church, Palermo, built 1845, is now being raised and a foundation will be built under it. Surrounding it is a quaint country churchyard in which tombstones bear ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Mrs. Ada Hill
    Image       Mrs Ada Hill, a prominent resident of Palermo, through playing music entirely by ear, has marked ability in that line. She can and has filled in when the pianist of an orchestra form the city failed to turn up. She is a past president of the Palermo Women’s Institute, a ...
    Image     Mrs Ada Hill, a prominent resident of Palermo, through playing music entirely by ear, has marked ability in that line. She can and has filled in when the pianist of ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Festival Winners, 1951
    Image       Clipping from the Hamilton Spectator, Monday, May 14th, 1951. Festival winners – The above group of girls, from the Palermo Public School, won the rural trio class and the Mrs George S. Atkins cup at the annual Halton County Musical Festival held at Milton. The talented youngsters are, left to ...
    Image     Clipping from the Hamilton Spectator, Monday, May 14th, 1951. Festival winners – The above group of girls, from the Palermo Public School, won the rural trio class and the Mrs ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • The Palermo General Store
    Image       Represent Firm – Like some men, R. B. McGill, post – master and general store proprietor of Palermo, did not wish to have his photograph taken, so he deputized these two employees to represent the firm in the story of Palermo. Mrs. G. S. Wood, left, and Mrs. R.B. McGill ...
    Image     Represent Firm – Like some men, R. B. McGill, post – master and general store proprietor of Palermo, did not wish to have his photograph taken, so he deputized these ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Obituary for George Wettlaufer
    Text       George Wettlaufer Dead Palermo, Nov. 16-(Special)- George Wettlaufer, a resident of this district for 30 years, died at his home in his 82nd year, after over a year's illness, during which period he was practically helpless. Born at New Hamburg, Perth County, Mr. Wettlaufer kept a General Store at Hawkesville, ...
    Text     George Wettlaufer Dead Palermo, Nov. 16-(Special)- George Wettlaufer, a resident of this district for 30 years, died at his home in his 82nd year, after over a year's illness, during ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Palermo Community Hall
    ImageText       This is Palermo’s Community Hall, an outgrowth of the former Temperance Hall, the scene of many literary efforts. This was erected by the people of Palermo who take great pride in their achievement. It is situated just off the corner on the Station Road. (Note: "the Station Road" was Bronte, ...
    ImageText     This is Palermo’s Community Hall, an outgrowth of the former Temperance Hall, the scene of many literary efforts. This was erected by the people of Palermo who take great pride ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
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