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  • 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
  • The King Sisters, ca1916
        Five of the eleven children of George and Mary Ann (Polly) (Helston) King on their family farm at 502 Dundas Street, in about 1916. This farm was purchased from Amos Biggar and was located on the south side of the Dundas Highway, east of the Sixteen Mile Creek. Back; Laura, ...
      Five of the eleven children of George and Mary Ann (Polly) (Helston) ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • The King Family in 1916
        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 ...
      The King family, with some friends, at their home at 502 Dundas ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Munn Sisters
        From left to right: Eliza, Jenny, Hettie, Millie. Eldest sister Eliza never married and lived with Millie. Millie married Robert Munn, schoolmaster. Hettie and her sister Jane, called Jennie, married in a double wedding ceremony. Jennie went to Manitoba where her husband, William Henry Reid, was homesteading. Hettie married Albert ...
      From left to right: Eliza, Jenny, Hettie, Millie. Eldest sister Eliza never ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Frances M. and Charles E. Foreman, 1868
        Studio photograph taken in Topeka, Kansas, in 1868. The mother of the siblings, Amanda Mary (Oakley) Forman had divorced her husband after the American Civil War, Major John A. Foreman, Jr., in Topeka in 1866. Amanda died in October 1869 and her sisters vowed to raise Frances and Charles. Charles ...
      Studio photograph taken in Topeka, Kansas, in 1868. The mother of the ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Henry Sylvester, Elizabeth and LeRoy Dean, Children of Sylvester Oakley
        Cochrane, Hamilton, Ont.
      Cochrane, Hamilton, Ont.
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Herbert Inglehart and Family – In Front Of Oakhurst, 1925
        l-r Ruth Baldwin; Eleanor Lovina (Rose); Herbert Inglehart; Edith Margeurite; Ellice Marion; Jean Eleanor; Edna Isabel. Eleanor Lovina Rose was Herbert Inglehart’s second wife, married in 1919. Ruth Baldwin Inglehart was away teaching when the picture was taken, and her image was inserted later. Eleanor and Herbert had five daughters. ...
      l-r Ruth Baldwin; Eleanor Lovina (Rose); Herbert Inglehart; Edith Margeurite; Ellice Marion; ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Hager Brothers, ca1870
        Five of the nine sons of Lawrence Hager and Susannah Teetzel. The family called the elder Lawrence, "Lant" and his son Lawrence was "Low" but the reasons behind these nicknames are now forgotten. The spelling "Laurence" was also sometimes used by the family. Early land registry records and Trafalgar census ...
      Five of the nine sons of Lawrence Hager and Susannah Teetzel. The ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Slacer Family
        l-r Back row, May, William, Minnie, Dolly, Annie, Johnny. Front row, Arthur, Martha (nee Ludlow), John, Christine. Martha's parents were George LUDLOW, b.1805 in England, married Frances CRUISE, b.1815 Ireland. They married in 1835 in Trafalgar Twp. Martha's siblings: Jennie b.1838 married Samuel DEARING Martha b.1843 married John SLACER Mary ...
      l-r Back row, May, William, Minnie, Dolly, Annie, Johnny. Front row, Arthur, ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • King Family in 1926
        The King family at their farm on the south side of Dundas Street, just east of the Sixteen Mile Creek, in 1926. back; James Jupp, Dora King, unknown man, Ettie (King) Hopper, Laura (King) Spence, Edith (King) Manson, Lockhart Spence. Middle; Hester Louise Spence, George King Sr., Mary Ann, called ...
      The King family at their farm on the south side of Dundas ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • The John and Hannah Bussell Family, 1910.
        Pictured from left to right are Vera, Hannah, Guy, and John Bussell.
      Pictured from left to right are Vera, Hannah, Guy, and John Bussell.
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Muriel Barrow Heaven (1877-1976) and Lillian Isobel Heaven (1875-1930)
        These young women were daughters of Arthur George and Jane (Stephens) Heaven. Born in England, the family came to farm in Trafalgar Township sometime after 1879. In 1883, they bought the 100 acre farm of Lot 6 Conc. 1 Trafalgar New Survey (or 1510 Bronte Street South, Milton). Isabel married ...
      These young women were daughters of Arthur George and Jane (Stephens) Heaven. ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Oakley Sisters
        W. Farmer, Cor. King and McNabb Sts., Hamilton, Ont.
      W. Farmer, Cor. King and McNabb Sts., Hamilton, Ont.
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Several Generations of the Lawrence Family
        Several generations of the Lawrence family. L-R; Orange Lawrence, Jr., John Lawrence, Mary Lawrence, Ferris Lawrence, Albert Lawrence, Hannah Fletcher Lawrence. Orange and Sarah's children were Mary, Cyrus, Esther Ann, Rhoda, Ferris, Frances, Charlotte, Orange Jr., - all born in Hammondville, Trafalgar Township before the move to Orangeville. Sarah was ...
      Several generations of the Lawrence family. L-R; Orange Lawrence, Jr., John Lawrence, ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Home of John A. and Maggie Ford
        John A. Ford and Maggie Ford neé Newell lived here at Omagh. They were caretakers of Omagh school, S.S. #6. They built a fire in the wood stove every morning in the winter so the school would be warm when the children arrived. Robert R. Ford and Mary Ford (Featherstone) ...
      John A. Ford and Maggie Ford neé Newell lived here at Omagh. ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Family of Arthur George Heaven and Jane (Stephens) Heaven
        Handwritten on the front of the photograph is "5 January 1889 Boyne". Robert Stephens died that same year. (Boyne was a Trafalgar Township village based around the intersection of R.R. 25 (Bronte Rd.) and Brittania Road, closer to Milton than Bronte on the Lake Ontario shore.)
      Handwritten on the front of the photograph is "5 January 1889 Boyne". ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Lina & Rebecca Dixon
        Handwritten on the bottam of the photograph: Lina & Rebecca Dixon, Mrs. Bert McCann Mrs. Ed. McCann
      Handwritten on the bottam of the photograph: Lina & Rebecca Dixon, Mrs. ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Herbert and Margaret Inglehart’s Five Daughters.
        L to R, Ruth Baldwin (1902–2003), Ellice Marion (1907–1992), Jean Eleanor (1901–1958) Edna Isabel (1909–1984) and Edith Margeurite (1904–1994). The photograph was taken at the family home, "Oakhurst" 1470 Bronte Road, southwest corner of the intersection with Upper Middle Road. The house was built by Herbert's parents in the late ...
      L to R, Ruth Baldwin (1902–2003), Ellice Marion (1907–1992), Jean Eleanor (1901–1958) ...
    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
  • The King Farm
        Members of the King family in front of what is now the Cork House, in which the family lived from 1900 until 1930. Pictured are; Back l-r: Dora King, Violet King, Ettie King, Mary Ann (Helston) King, and others unknown. The earliest section of the house was built by Amos ...
      Members of the King family in front of what is now the ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
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