Hardy House in Sheridan, 1917
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- Item Type
- The home of husband and wife Emily (Gilby) Hardy and George Henry Hardy on the south east corner of the Town Line (now Winston Churchill Blvd.) and what is now the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW). This picture was taken on Victoria Day (May 24th) 1917, which is why they are flying a Union Jack.
This is where they lived when they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
- Family member Neil Hoover has created a website, linked here with his permission, so you can explore the Alton, Hardy and Wilson family heritage further. Click on the link "Alton-Hardy-Wilson" to the right in this record to see the extensive information.
- Date of Publication
- Personal Name(s)
- Emily (Gilby) Hardy, b.1844 d.1936. George Henry Hardy, b.1843 d.1933.
- Local identifier
- Trafalgar Township Historical Society
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- Geographic Coverage
Latitude: 43.48341 Longitude: -79.71632
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