The King Family in 1916
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- The King family, with some friends, at their home at 502 Dundas Street in 1916. At this time the oldest section of the house was already 100 years old (see "The King Farm").
Back; George King Sr, Ernest King sitting on the lap of Frank "Ronald" Powell, Lockhart Spence, Harold Clark, Herb Powell.
Middle; Violet King, unknown, Mary Ann "Polly" Helston, Ettie King, Jessie (Caverhill) King, Howard King (baby).
Front; Eliza "Laura" King, Mary King, Mary Towbridge, Lillian Spence, William "Kenneth" Spence, Dora King, Hester "Louise" Spence, possibly Nellie Caverhill (niece of Jessie)
Foreground; Ward King, George Herbert King.
Absent; John "Percy" King, who was serving overseas at the time, and Edith King, who was married to Donald Manson and living in Saskatchewan.
- This house was at 502 Dundas, on the south side of the Highway, just east of the Sixteen Mile Creek. It was previously the home of the Amos Biggar family and is today known as the Cork House, and has been moved to Neyagawa Blvd., Oakville.
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Latitude: 43.50011 Longitude: -79.78293
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