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  • Lyon Family Log Cabin
        In 1879, George and Mary Lyon emigrated from England to live in this cabin and raise their family of 9 children. Originally built in 1814, the home was located on 7th Line (Trafalgar Road), just north of the present day Oakville Town Hall at Marlborough Court. The old cabin was ...
      In 1879, George and Mary Lyon emigrated from England to live in ...
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  • Lyon Family Log Cabin
        George and Mary Lyon emigrated from England in 1879 and raised their family of 9 children in this house. The cabin, built in 1820, was originally situated at 7th Line (Trafalgar Road) and Marlborough Court, adjacent to the former village of Vernerville. It was rediscovered during development and reconstructed in ...
      George and Mary Lyon emigrated from England in 1879 and raised their ...
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  • The Ludlow Cabin, 1495 Burnhamthorpe Road West
        This 1830's cabin stood at lot 25, Concession 2 NDS, the address today is 1495 Burnhamthorpe Road West. It is known as the Slater log cabin, though the actual family name was Slacer. It was originally settled by George and Frances (nee Cruise) Ludlow. Their daughter, Martha, married John Slacer. ...
      This 1830's cabin stood at lot 25, Concession 2 NDS, the address ...
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  • Bethel United Church
        The following information is taken, in part, from the book, "Mrs. Merry's Memories" from a series of taped interviews by Lou Bradley, edited by Deborah Quaile, published by the Milton Historical Society, c2002. It is also from the note by longtime church member and historian, Ross Wark, in the Winter ...
      The following information is taken, in part, from the book, "Mrs. Merry's ...
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  • Residence of James & Margaret Bussell
        The Bussell residence was located on Lot 13 Concession 9 in Trafalgar. Bussell House is associated with early settlement in the Trafalgar area. The Bussell family was one of the earliest settler families in the area. John Bussell received the land from the Crown in 1836. He gave the land ...
      The Bussell residence was located on Lot 13 Concession 9 in Trafalgar. ...
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  • Palermo United Church
        The church in Palermo was built in 1867.
      The church in Palermo was built in 1867.
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  • Palermo United Church
        This church in Palermo was built in 1867.
      This church in Palermo was built in 1867.
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  • Saunders House, 7th Line, Just Above Derry Rd.
        This frame house was well over 100 years old when it was demolished in 1972 to make way for the widening of Trafalgar Rd. at Derry Rd. In the early days it was an inn. The tree to the left of the porch had been grafted to produce three different ...
      This frame house was well over 100 years old when it was ...
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  • Oakhurst, Home of William and Eleanor Inglehart
        "Oakhurst" was built by William Cyrus Inglehart in the late 1800’s. William Cyrus and his wife Eleanor (McLaren) can be seen sitting on the porch in this photograph. In the Historical Atlas of Halton County, 1877, William Cyrus was at Con. (NDS) 2 Lot 33, Morrey’s Buisness Directory – Halton, ...
      "Oakhurst" was built by William Cyrus Inglehart in the late 1800’s. William ...
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  • Hardy Family Home, Ninth Line and Upper Middle Road, Sheridan
        This farm was called Maple Hill in Sheridan. It was at the crest of the hill on the left side of Upper Middle Road as you travel west from Sheridan. Hardy family members today remember the excellent tobogganing on Maple Hill.
      This farm was called Maple Hill in Sheridan. It was at the ...
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  • Saunders Home and Family
        Saunders home on the farm at Lot 11, concession 7, Trafalgar, c. 1898. Back Row, l-r; Aunt Sophia Montgomery, John Saunders, Mrs. Geo. Saunders, Ed Saunders, Jennine Montgomery, Sid McMurray, Millie Hooper, Grandma Dent, Mary Frawley, John McMurray, John Saunders. Front row; Mrs. John Saunders, Gladys Saunders, Carl Saunders, Lizzie ...
      Saunders home on the farm at Lot 11, concession 7, Trafalgar, c. ...
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  • Young Girl and Infant
        A young girl holds an infant in her lap.
      A young girl holds an infant in her lap.
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  • Among the Flowers
        A woman takes a break from planting flowers to pose for a photograph.
      A woman takes a break from planting flowers to pose for a ...
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  • Interior of Palermo Methodist Church, Early 1900s
        Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.
      Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.
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  • Lyon Family Reunion
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  • Toronto City Mission Bronte Fresh Air Home, March 1979
        The Children's Fresh Air Home is a faith-based organization begun in about 1896. The Bronte home was a summer camp type of experience for Toronto city children that operated until about 1971. The Joseph Atkinson Fund helped purchase this Bronte house in 1907. It was the Ingledew House at East ...
      The Children's Fresh Air Home is a faith-based organization begun in about ...
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  • Will and Margaret Chisholm
        Will Chisholm with wife Margaret at their home at 6th Line and Derry Road.
      Will Chisholm with wife Margaret at their home at 6th Line and ...
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  • On Randall Street
        From left to right are: Gertie LaVoie, Albert Hughes and Ella Hughes (née Stephens).
      From left to right are: Gertie LaVoie, Albert Hughes and Ella Hughes ...
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  • W.J. Chisholm and Family
        Will Chisholm with wife Margaret and son Frank at their home on Sixt Line and Derry Road.
      Will Chisholm with wife Margaret and son Frank at their home on ...
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  • WWI Postcard of St. Jude's Anglican Church, Oakville
        Reverse Side Reads: Home and Love and Peace, And a knowledge of duty done- These are for you, my hero true, When victory is won. To: A Brave Soldier From: St.Jude's Woman's Guild. Mrs. J.B.L. Grout, Secretary.
      Reverse Side Reads: Home and Love and Peace, And a knowledge of ...
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