Trafalgar Township Historical Society Digital Collections
Hank, Jim, Marion, and Isobel Ford on a Homemade Sleigh.


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The Ford farm was on 5th Line at Lower Base Road, Trafalgar Township.

“Growing up on a farm we always had things to do – we learned to skate on a pond or creek, rode horses, had hills to go sleigh riding. In the summer we swam in the creek and made bonfires.” – Isobel Ford.
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
James Robertson Ford, 1823-1896. Married Jane McLean, 1824-1894. John Albert Ford, 1859-1939. Married Mary Margaret Newell, called Maggie, 1869-1953. R.R. Ford is Robert Robertson Ford, b.November 20, 1883 d.November 8, 1970. Married Mary Bell (Featherstone) on September 17, 1921 (1898-1974). Robert Featherstone Ford, called "Hank", b.August 23, 1922 d.October 30, 2012. James, called Jim. Isobel Ford, married surname Davison. Marion Ford, married surname Williamson, b.June 10, 1933-. Doreen Ford, married surname Ralph.
Local identifier:
TTOIIFD0074
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.50011 Longitude: -79.78293
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Trafalgar Township Historical Society Sponsor: Jeff Knoll, Local & Regional Councillor for Oakville Ward 5 – Town of Oakville/Regional Municipality of Halton
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Hank, Jim, Marion, and Isobel Ford on a Homemade Sleigh.


The Ford farm was on 5th Line at Lower Base Road, Trafalgar Township.

“Growing up on a farm we always had things to do – we learned to skate on a pond or creek, rode horses, had hills to go sleigh riding. In the summer we swam in the creek and made bonfires.” – Isobel Ford.