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  • 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
  • S.S. #7, Trafalgar Township
        S.S. No. 7 was the school on the corner of Derry Road and the Sixth Line, Trafalgar Township. It was built in 1870 and closed in 1968. Unlike other area schools, it had no name. This photograph was taken at the end of the 1800's.
      S.S. No. 7 was the school on the corner of Derry Road ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Postcard Showing McCann Family.
        Addressed to Mrs. Ed McCann, Omagh Ont. Reverse reads; Dear -i-- What do you think of this crowd? This was taken a year ago last summer. Why don't you write it's an age since I have heard from you. From Myrna. (Mrs Albert McCann)
      Addressed to Mrs. Ed McCann, Omagh Ont. Reverse reads; Dear -i-- What ...
    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
  • Susannah Hagar With Friends
        Susie is in the middle of the front row. The young man in the portrait is her brother William.
      Susie is in the middle of the front row. The young man ...
    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
  • S.S. #11 School, Sheridan, June 16, 1913
        The "Sheridan" school, S.S. #11, was located on the east side of 9th Line, south of Dundas, south of where the drive-in movie theatre is located, (north of Upper Middle Road on the east side of Ninth Line). The school was closed in 1948 and students then were bussed to ...
      The "Sheridan" school, S.S. #11, was located on the east side of ...
    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
  • S.S. #11 School, Sheridan, 1942
        SS #11, Trafalgar Township, Halton County, Ontario. The school picture taken September 18, 1942. The school was located south of Dundas Street on the Ninth Line. The school closed in 1948 and students were bussed to Maple Grove Public School in Oakville. Front Row, L-R; Susan Harris, June Taylor, Ann ...
      SS #11, Trafalgar Township, Halton County, Ontario. The school picture taken September ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Hornby Loyal Orange Lodge No. 165
        L. O. L. Hornby No. 165
      L. O. L. Hornby No. 165
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Last Students Of School Section #7
        “The original school was a log building just below Derry Road on the southeast corner on the 6th line. S.S. #7 was built in 1870. When the one room school was built Pheobe Rosella Cottrell was the first teacher. The kids moved from the old school to the new one ...
      “The original school was a log building just below Derry Road on ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Reunion Of Students From S.S. #7
        Former students who attended S.S.#7 at the turn of the 20th century attended the reunion. Pictured are: Back row; Emery Bradley, Tom Cook, Rob McLaughlen ; Front row; Violet (Bradley) Cook, Lottie (Bradley) Maglaughlen, Howard Bradley, Veenie Bradley.>
      Former students who attended S.S.#7 at the turn of the 20th century ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Verna, Elmer and Floyd Downs
        Picture shows Verna, Elmer and Floyd Downs as youngsters. Each morning their mother would light the fire. One morning Verna came down in her nightie, which caught fire and caused her death.
      Picture shows Verna, Elmer and Floyd Downs as youngsters. Each morning their ...
    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
  • Hagar Brothers
        L-R Jonathan, William, and George, brother of Charles.
      L-R Jonathan, William, and George, brother of Charles.
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Employees of Dominion Winery, 1930
        Front row, 4th from left, is Arthur Hughes.
      Front row, 4th from left, is Arthur Hughes.
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Hornby Loyal Orange Lodge No. 165, Prior To 1923.
        Dances, plays, concerts, oyster suppers, fundraisers, and a great many other social events happened at the Lodge. The L.O.L. No. 165 hall on Steeles Avenue didn't have a kitchen, so the Anglicans added one to make the hall more useful. This photograph was possibly taken after the July 12th walk ...
      Dances, plays, concerts, oyster suppers, fundraisers, and a great many other social ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • S.S. #2, Palermo, 1949
        ...
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    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • S.S. #3, Trafalgar
        We have recently acquired a second, clearer copy of this photograph which is included also in this record, "Select" the other photograph under "Pages" or click on "Full Image" to see the different versions. This is S.S. #3, Trafalgar, or Munn's School. The teacher was Maud Norton, and the date ...
      We have recently acquired a second, clearer copy of this photograph which ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
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