Absalom Smith Family, Trafalgar Township
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  • Dorothy (Pickett) Hayward In Iron Lung, 1937.
        According to the "Shoebox Memories" feature of the Halton Compass, July 2002, pages 12 & 13, Dorothy was in the iron lung at the Hamilton General Hospital in 1937 for 10 weeks. She was 27 years old at the time.
      According to the "Shoebox Memories" feature of the Halton Compass, July 2002, ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Smith Family Descendants, With Artifacts Relating to William Lyon Mackenzie’s Stay With The Family
        William Lyon Mackenzie was sheltered and hidden by the family of Absalom Smith of Palermo, Trafalgar Township on his historic flight from Upper Canada after his defeat at the skirmish at Montgomery's Tavern, York (now Toronto), December 1837. According to the family, the empty chair with blanket and candle were ...
      William Lyon Mackenzie was sheltered and hidden by the family of Absalom ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Absalom Smith
        Absalom Smith
      Absalom Smith
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Arthur Harris
        Arthur Harris was the great-grandson of Absalom and Anna Mary (Beamer) Smith, of Palermo. He is sitting in the “Mackenzie” chair. The Smiths assisted William Lyon Mackenzie out of the country in 1837. After the botched rebellion of 1837 with a reward over his head, Mackenzie fled to the United ...
      Arthur Harris was the great-grandson of Absalom and Anna Mary (Beamer) Smith, ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Pickett Girls - Anna Mary Pickett and Eleanor (Ella) J. Pickett
        Most likely this is Anna Mary Pickett (1860-1931) and Eleanor (Ella) J. Pickett (1865-1937), daughters of Andrew Pickett and Mary Ann McLaren. Both girls were born in Halton County, near Lowville. Their father, Andrew Pickett, 1834-1920, built the Lowville store. Andrew moved to the United States and his grandson, Harry ...
      Most likely this is Anna Mary Pickett (1860-1931) and Eleanor (Ella) J. ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Anna Catherine (Smith) Pickett
        Anna Catherine (Smith) Pickett, aged about 70 so circa 1880. Anna Catherine Smith, oldest daughter of Absalom Smith and Anna Mary (Beamer) Smith of Palermo, Trafalgar Township, married Thomas Ebenezer Pickett, son of the circuit rider, Reverend Daniel Pickett and his wife, Elizabeth Franks Ingersoll, sister of Laura Secord, on ...
      Anna Catherine (Smith) Pickett, aged about 70 so circa 1880. Anna Catherine ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Mackenzie Tapestry. Audrey, Marilyn, and Eleanor Cairns, November 1951.
        William Lyon Mackenzie was sheltered and hidden by the family of Absalom Smith of Palermo, Trafalgar Township, on his historic flight from Upper Canada after his defeat at the skirmish at Montgomery's Tavern, York (now Toronto), December 1837. Mackenzie was soaked from crossing the icy water of the Sixteen Mile ...
      William Lyon Mackenzie was sheltered and hidden by the family of Absalom ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
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