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  • Albert and Hettie Bigger with Children, Clara and Wilbert
        Hettie and Albert were married on January 17, 1883 in the Methodist Church at Munn's Corners, Trafalgar Township, Halton County. In 1898, they built the lovely brick house on the family farm property, Lot 15, Concession 2 NDS Trafalgar Township, running north from Burnhamthorpe Road on the east side of ...
      Hettie and Albert were married on January 17, 1883 in the Methodist ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Norton Family Members, 1917
        Hiram C. Norton is first on the left in front of the balustrade, May (Martin) Norton is the woman next to him in dark clothes, back beside her is Clara Norton, Hiram G.A. Norton is leaning against the car.
      Hiram C. Norton is first on the left in front of the ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Women of the King Family, 1939
        The ladies are gathered on the flats of the Sixteen Mile Creek under the Dundas Street bridge in the summer of 1939. The younger girls have been swimming and paddling in the Creek. Standing in the back are Laura, Jean Powell and Jessie, along with others. On the right just ...
      The ladies are gathered on the flats of the Sixteen Mile Creek ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • George and Mary Ann "Polly" (Helston) King and Family
        George had been a policeman in London, England before emigrating. He continued this profession in Toronto before resigning in 1889 and buying the farm "The Pines" on #5 Highway, Trafalgar Township, joining other King family members in the area. He was a tax collector for the area, and secretary of ...
      George had been a policeman in London, England before emigrating. He continued ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • George and Emily Hardy With Grandchildren, August 1911
        George Henry Hardy, b.1843 d.1933, owned a farm at Sheridan, Trafalgar Township, Halton County, on what is now Winston Churchill Boulevard, Oakville. When he was 29, George married Emily Gilby, age 27, of Sheridan on January 25, 1872. This family photograph was taken in August 1911. Back row: Gilby Hardy, ...
      George Henry Hardy, b.1843 d.1933, owned a farm at Sheridan, Trafalgar Township, ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • George Henry Hardy and Emily Hardy with the Wilson Family, 1929
        George Hardy, b.1843 d.1933, Emily (Gilby) Hardy b.1844 d.1936 are shown with family members and their Wilson grandchildren.
      George Hardy, b.1843 d.1933, Emily (Gilby) Hardy b.1844 d.1936 are shown with ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Ruth Irene Cullingworth in 1917
        Ruth is leaning on the gate outside the Cullingworth house on the Biggar farm which was on the north side of Dundas, slightly east of the Sixteen Mile Creek. The year is 1917 and she is 19 years old. Her father, Joseph, died the year before and her mother, Mary, ...
      Ruth is leaning on the gate outside the Cullingworth house on the ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Ernie and Ettie Hopper
        Portrait by |Barret Studio Toronto.
      Portrait by |Barret Studio Toronto.
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Sons of Emily and George Henry Hardy
        The Hardy sons, left to right, Alexander Dufferin, Jackson Blake, John Gilby, George Buxton. Mother Emily is in the background.
      The Hardy sons, left to right, Alexander Dufferin, Jackson Blake, John Gilby, ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Jane (Jeannie) Barr
        On front of photograph: Jane Barr On back of photograph: Palermo 1924
      On front of photograph: Jane Barr On back of photograph: Palermo 1924
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Margaret, Clarence, Evelyn McCann, ca 1945
        Five generations of the McCann family have farmed in Omagh at 1427 Britannia Road West. Margaret's husband was Cecil McCann.
      Five generations of the McCann family have farmed in Omagh at 1427 ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Rhoda (Lawrence) Reid & The Niebel Children
        Rhoda (Lawrence) Reid was a daughter of Orange Lawrence & Sarah House who lived in Trafalgar Township before moving to Orangeville, Ontario. She is photographed here with her grandchildren, the children of her daughter Sarah (Reid) and George Henry Niebel.
      Rhoda (Lawrence) Reid was a daughter of Orange Lawrence & Sarah House ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
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