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  • Local Farmers
        Flight of local farmers to the Purina Research Farm, gray Summit Missouri.
      Flight of local farmers to the Purina Research Farm, gray Summit Missouri.
    Esquesing Historical Society
  • Thomas Bowes Jr., Farmer, 1805-1881.
        Thomas Bowes, Jr., was born in Ireland and came to Canada in 1824. For further information, see "Milton Area Biographies" by Alex Cooke
      Thomas Bowes, Jr., was born in Ireland and came to Canada in ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Walter Laidlaw, 3rd Line Esquesing Township
        On the back is written in pencil "Father of Wm. Laidlaw, Lawyer"
      On the back is written in pencil "Father of Wm. Laidlaw, Lawyer"
    Milton Historical Society
  • Isaac Green
        Isaac Green was born May 27, 1857 in Milton, Halton County, Ontario, the son of William Green (1807-1886) and Catharine Bowman (1813-1887). They are buried in the Milton Pioneer Cemetery. In 1901, Isaac married Elesta "Clista" Ann Sherk. She was born 1872 in Humberstone, Welland, Ontario. They had two daughters ...
      Isaac Green was born May 27, 1857 in Milton, Halton County, Ontario, ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Wm. Elliott Jr., farmer, Esquesing
        Note on the back of the photograph - "Where Ted Harrop now farms, 1940"
      Note on the back of the photograph - "Where Ted Harrop now ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • William Willmott.  Farmer.  1806-1875
        William Willmott married Ann Coates in 1834. They had three sons. This picture was taken from "Milton Semi-Centennial 1857-1907". For further information on William Willmott please see "The Willmott Family and Alliances 1770-1905"...
      William Willmott married Ann Coates in 1834. They had three sons. This ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Robert Willmott. Farmer. 1815-1897
        Son of John Willmott and Rachael Cunnington. Robert Willmott married Margaret Sproat in 1854. They had seven sons and three daughters. For further information see "The Willmott Family and Alliances 1770-1905". This picture was taken from "Milton Semi-Centennial 1857-1907"...
      Son of John Willmott and Rachael Cunnington. Robert Willmott married Margaret Sproat ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Reford W. Gardhouse
        President of the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair for 1976. Mr. Gardhouse died in 2003. Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
      President of the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair for 1976. Mr. Gardhouse died ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • John Dixon, Sr., May 9, 1790 - July 28, 1874
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    Milton Historical Society
  • Charles E. Featherstone, 1873-1968
        Charles Featherstone was born near Drumquin, Ont. in 1873, the son of Emerson Featherstone and Mary Bell. He married Ethel F. A. Kindree and they had one son and four daughters. His second marriage was to Ada Mountain; there were no children from that marriage. He moved with his parents ...
      Charles Featherstone was born near Drumquin, Ont. in 1873, the son of ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Frank Hadley, 1882-1871
        Frank Hadley was the son of Francis Hadley and Henrietta Fuller. He farmed for much of his life but also completed business studies and worked for the P. L.Robertson Manufacturing Co. for many years. He married Mabel Ida Wilson and they had two children. He died in 1971 and was ...
      Frank Hadley was the son of Francis Hadley and Henrietta Fuller. He ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Silver Creek on the McCullough farm
        Three men looking at branches in Silver Creek as it runs through the McCullough farm.
      Three men looking at branches in Silver Creek as it runs through ...
    Esquesing Historical Society
  • The cattle herd on the McCullough Farm
        Two people among the cattle herd on the McCullough Farm, Georgetown
      Two people among the cattle herd on the McCullough Farm, Georgetown
    Esquesing Historical Society
  • Horse on McCullough Farm
        Man with a work horse on McCullough Farm.
      Man with a work horse on McCullough Farm.
    Esquesing Historical Society
  • The Bull on the McCullough Farm
        The bull from a collection of photographs of life on the McCullough Farm, Georgetown.
      The bull from a collection of photographs of life on the McCullough ...
    Esquesing Historical Society
  • Tom McNally at Logan Quarries
        Tom McNally at Logan Quarries which were established in 1899 by Hugh Logan to quarry freestone.
      Tom McNally at Logan Quarries which were established in 1899 by Hugh ...
    Esquesing Historical Society
  • Ephraim Post, the younger, 1823-1883
        The Post Inn was opened by the Post family on the south-west corner of Dundas Street and 7th Line (which is now called Trafalgar Road), or on Lot 13 Concession 1 SDS, before 1827. The Inn was first run by the father of the Ephraim Post in the photograph here, ...
      The Post Inn was opened by the Post family on the south-west ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • John Dorland Smith, ca1880
        John D. Smith's grandparents had been British Loyalists who came to the Niagara penninsula and settled in Grimsby Township. The family was large, bringing 4 children with 8 more children born in Upper Canada. John's father was was their oldest son, Isaac, born in New Jersey (1754-1826) and his mother ...
      John D. Smith's grandparents had been British Loyalists who came to the ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • J. Walker Smith, Keturah Inglehart, 1881
        The 200 acre farm at Lot 34, Concession 1 S.D.S. prospered under the ownership of John D. Smith and his family. The family attended the Church of England (St. Luke's Anglican Church) in Palermo, Trafalgar Township. Walker Smith was managing the farm by the time of his marriage, as his ...
      The 200 acre farm at Lot 34, Concession 1 S.D.S. prospered under ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Photo of the Halton County Junior Farmers
        Photo of the Halton County Junior Farmers after receiving their Canadian Citizenships. In 1946 the Canadian Citizenship Act took effect (see wikipedia entry). The course was arranged by George Atkins, who lived at the current site of the Halton Regional buildings at Bronte Rd. and Highway 25. Front Row; Douglas ...
      Photo of the Halton County Junior Farmers after receiving their Canadian Citizenships. ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
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