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  • Death of Mrs. Giles
        Death of Mrs. Giles One of the oldest residents of Trafalgar passed away on Wednesday, when Mrs. Thos. Giles died at the home of her son-in-law, Samuel McLean of Postville. She had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. McLean, for a number of years. Her husband had predeceased her ...
      Death of Mrs. Giles One of the oldest residents of Trafalgar passed ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Edith Margeurite Inglehart and Rex Hilliard Finlay, 1928
        Hid (as he was informally called) and Margeurite were married on the lawn at Oakhurst, August 11, 1928. The bride’s great-uncle, Rev. Daniel Baldwin, came from Kentucky to perform the ceremony. A newspaper clipping from the scrapbook of Herbert Inglehart reads: "WEDDINGS - - FINDLAY --- INGLEHART Aug 11, 1928 ...
      Hid (as he was informally called) and Margeurite were married on the ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Eleanor Lovina (Rose) Inglehart (1874–1954)
        Daughter of Wesley Rose of Stayner, Ontario, Second wife of Herbert Inglehart. Eleanor and Herbert had five daughters. The family lived at "Oakhurst", their farm on the southwest corner of Upper Middle Road and Bronte Road. The house had been built by Herbert's parents, William Cyrus and Eleanor (McLaren) in ...
      Daughter of Wesley Rose of Stayner, Ontario, Second wife of Herbert Inglehart. ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Funeral Card For Wm. T. Giles
        Front of funeral card. Inside reads: Died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Echerdt Wettlaufer, Palermo, on Thursday, Dec. 15th, 1932, Wm. T. Giles of Merton, aged 71 years. The funeral service will be held at his daughter’s home on Saturday afternoon, 17th inst, at 2:30 o’clock. Interment in ...
      Front of funeral card. Inside reads: Died at the residence of his ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • "Oakhurst", Inglehart House, 1470 Bronte Road
        Two photographs of "Oakhurst", built by and home of the Inglehart family since the late 1800s, as photographed in about 2009. The second photograph shows the old barn. The silo was built of lakestone. In the Historical Atlas of Halton County, 1877, William Cyrus was at Con. (NDS) 2 Lot ...
      Two photographs of "Oakhurst", built by and home of the Inglehart family ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Obituary for Eckhardt Wettlaufer
        OBITUARY Eckert Wettlaufer Rev. Arthur Page, minister of Palermo United Church, assisted by Rev. W.T. Delve of Jordan, a former minister and a friend of the deceased, officiated on Saturday at the funeral of Eckert Wettlaufer, long-time Palermo resident, who died at his farm home last Thursday morning. Service was ...
      OBITUARY Eckert Wettlaufer Rev. Arthur Page, minister of Palermo United Church, assisted ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Palermo Telephone System
        THE CRANK'S STILL USED- When you want to use the telephone in Palermo, there is no twirling of the dial. Rather, there is a dinky little crank at the bottom to turn in order to get the operator. Most telephones are on rural lines with more than one ring. Pictured ...
      THE CRANK'S STILL USED- When you want to use the telephone in ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Three Inglehart Cousins
        Jean Eleanor (1901-1958) and Ruth Baldwin Inglehart (1902-2003), daughters of Herbert and Margaret Elvira (Coverdale) Inglehart and their cousin, Cora Eleanor Victoria Inglehart (1900-1936), daughter of John Arthur and Mabel Clair (Jones) Inglehart. Ruth and Jean lived at "Oakhurst", the large family home on the west side of Bronte Road, ...
      Jean Eleanor (1901-1958) and Ruth Baldwin Inglehart (1902-2003), daughters of Herbert and ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • William Cyrus Inglehart and his wife, Eleanor McLaren.
        "Oakhurst" was built by William Cyrus Inglehart in the late 1800’s. Their children were: Mary Alice (1854-1929) never married. Emily (1850–1919) never married. Alfred (1852–1940) married Mary Ellen Ford, widow of Leslie Switzer, 1929.
      "Oakhurst" was built by William Cyrus Inglehart in the late 1800’s. Their ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
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