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  • Susannah Jane (Hagar) Salter
        Feb 17th, 1897.
      Feb 17th, 1897.
    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
  • Annie Norton?
        Verso: John Norton's daughter.
      Verso: John Norton's daughter.
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Charlotte Sarah Augusta Heaven
        Charlotte Sarah Augusta Heaven (neé McCraney), Mrs. Herbert Gyde Heaven, 1862-1944. Portrait taken August 1897. In 1895, Arthur George sold the family farm at the south part of Lot 6, Concession 1 NS with a farmhouse and orchard facing onto First Line, (now 1510 Bronte Road South, Milton) to his ...
      Charlotte Sarah Augusta Heaven (neé McCraney), Mrs. Herbert Gyde Heaven, 1862-1944. Portrait ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Edith Margeurite Inglehart (1904 – 1994)
        3rd daughter of Herbert and Margaret (Coverdale) Inglehart, wife of Rex Hilliard Finlay. Picture taken circa 1928, likely an engagement photograph as she married Rex Hilliard Finlay, on August 11, 1928 at "Oakhurst", the family home. DEATH NOTICE::: FINLAY, Edith Margeurite Died at the Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay on ...
      3rd daughter of Herbert and Margaret (Coverdale) Inglehart, wife of Rex Hilliard ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Anna Mary (Beamer) Smith
        Mrs. Absalom Smith
      Mrs. Absalom Smith
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Esther Fewster
        Esther Fewster was the daughter of William Fewster and Esther Ann (Lawrence) Fewster, granddaughter of Sarah and Orange Lawrence. She married James Ostrander in 1878.
      Esther Fewster was the daughter of William Fewster and Esther Ann (Lawrence) ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Mary Ann Black, ca1852
        Mary Ann was the daughter of John Black and Elizabeth Nelson, born in County Caven, Ireland. She married Ferris Lawrence, son of Orange and Sarah Lawrence.
      Mary Ann was the daughter of John Black and Elizabeth Nelson, born ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Susannah Hagar, Circa 1880
        Early land registry records and Trafalgar census records from 1851, 1871, 1881 use the family surname spelling, "Hagar". However, the 1861 census and the family gravestones in the Palermo cemetery use the spelling "Hager". Discussion with family in 2016 shows that most family members use the spelling "Hager" with the ...
      Early land registry records and Trafalgar census records from 1851, 1871, 1881 ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Barbara (Ludlow) Long 1851 - 1923
        Barbara (Ludlow) Long standing by the main entrance to Munn's School on the Dundas Highway, Trafalgar Township. Barbara's parents were George Ludlow, b.1805 England, who married Frances Cruise b. 1815, Ireland, in 1835 in Trafalgar Township. They raised their daughters in the family home at the west of Burnhamthorpe Road, ...
      Barbara (Ludlow) Long standing by the main entrance to Munn's School on ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Miss Gladys McCleary
        Gladys McCleary (later Gladys Speers) was a teacher at S.S. #8 , McCurdy's Corners School) during the 1930s. Gladys was to become the first woman inspector of schools in the district. Halton named a public school after Gladys Speers to honour her years as a teacher, a school instructor and ...
      Gladys McCleary (later Gladys Speers) was a teacher at S.S. #8 , ...
    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
  • Eleanor Lovina (Rose) Inglehart (1874–1954)
        Daughter of Wesley Rose of Stayner, Ontario, Second wife of Herbert Inglehart. Eleanor and Herbert had five daughters. The family lived at "Oakhurst", their farm on the southwest corner of Upper Middle Road and Bronte Road. The house had been built by Herbert's parents, William Cyrus and Eleanor (McLaren) in ...
      Daughter of Wesley Rose of Stayner, Ontario, Second wife of Herbert Inglehart. ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Martha (Book) Vansickle In Later Years
        James Vansickle and William Book and their families were early owners of the farm we know today as Bertin Stables at 3445 Dundas Street West in Oakville. Unfortunately, in March 2010 fire damaged the buildings on this property. A link to the TTHS newsletter with before and after the fire ...
      James Vansickle and William Book and their families were early owners of ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Mary Lawrence (Mrs. Thomas Jull)
        The Orangeville Banner, April 1904. Obituary; Mrs Thos. Jull. On Thursday, March 29th the death of Mrs. Thos. Jull, an old and highly respected resident of this town, took place at the home of her son, Mr. Orange Jull, 97 MacDonell Ave. Parkdale. Her demise occurred at the ripe age ...
      The Orangeville Banner, April 1904. Obituary; Mrs Thos. Jull. On Thursday, March ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Frances Ludlow (nee Cruise)
        The CRUISE family are listed in the 1828 census of Grimsby Township, Lincoln County. The father of daughter Frances, was George CRUISE. The family moved to Trafalgar Township where Frances married George Ludlow. They homesteaded in the area of Glenorchy, raising their family in an 1830's era log cabin. George ...
      The CRUISE family are listed in the 1828 census of Grimsby Township, ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Susannah Inglehart
        Susannah was the daughter of Reuben Oakley and his second wife, Mary Inglehart Colanda, the sister of his first wife, Elizabeth Inglehart who had died sometime around 1832. Susanna married her cousin, John E. Inglehart. Their two daughters Emma and Ella were 34 and 44 years old respectively, when they ...
      Susannah was the daughter of Reuben Oakley and his second wife, Mary ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Jennie Ezard
        Janet (Jennie) Ezard, née MacKay,(1868-1934) was the daughter of William and Christina MacKay. She married Charles Thomas Ezard (1867-1895) and they had two sons, Howarth McKay and William McKay Ezard. After the death of her husband in 1895, on November 1, 1900, Jennie married James Laurie Hewson. They had three ...
      Janet (Jennie) Ezard, née MacKay,(1868-1934) was the daughter of William and Christina ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Gladys (McCleary) Speers
        Pictured is Gladys (McCleary) Speers. Miss McCleary was teaching at Trafalgar's S.S. #8 when her sister Violet was a student. Many of her students went right through Grade 8 without ever having another teacher, and many years later she called each one by name, although they had married and had ...
      Pictured is Gladys (McCleary) Speers. Miss McCleary was teaching at Trafalgar's S.S. ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Ladies Aid, Omagh Presbyterian Church, 1920s
        The names are handwritten on the back of the photograph.
      The names are handwritten on the back of the photograph.
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
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