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  • Allan Cullingworth, Artist and Cartoonist, Born in Trafalgar Township
        The autograph book: An apple for the Teacher, 'Tis said, the pupils bring, And for your type, A little ripe, Crab apple is the thing. A. Cullingworth 1939. Amal News Cover: Vol. 5. No. 7 July, 1947 Amalgamated News A/E Corp'n Ltd. Mud Lake Camp, 7 miles. WWII Victory Garden ...
      The autograph book: An apple for the Teacher, 'Tis said, the pupils ...
  • World War I French Post Card
        Dear Ruth, I hope this reaches you as I am not sure of your address??remember when we were on our way from Niagara I got some oranges in a bag with your name. I have intended writing for some time let me know and I will write???9th Brigade M.G. Co ...
      Dear Ruth, I hope this reaches you as I am not sure ...
  • J.E Cullingworth Family ca1914
        The family is posing in front of the Cullingworth house on the property of Miss Jemmima Biggar. Joseph managed the farm for Miss Biggar and Mary looked after Miss Biggar and her household. The farm was on the north side of "the Dundas highway", now Dundas St., just east of ...
      The family is posing in front of the Cullingworth house on the ...
  • F.W. Powell Family
        Jane (King) Powell, b. December 25, 1863, was born in Slaugham, Sussex, England and already had King family sisters and brothers living in Trafalgar Township when she and Frank Whitlock Powell emigrated with their family in 1908. She died in Toronto on October 22, 1952. Frank Whitlock Powell married Jane ...
      Jane (King) Powell, b. December 25, 1863, was born in Slaugham, Sussex, ...
  • F.R. Powell Family Farm Photographs
        Handprinted below the photograph of the people is, "F.R. Powell, Muriel, Mary, Ernie Irvine." I think this label might be incorrect, though, as Ernie Irvine was a younger man, about the same age as Frank. I suggest the older man in the driver's seat of the car is Frank's father, ...
      Handprinted below the photograph of the people is, "F.R. Powell, Muriel, Mary, ...
  • Mary and Muriel Powell, ca1924
        This photograph shows the two daughters of Frank (also called Ron) and Ruth Powell in about 1924. The girls on on their hobby horses; Mary's was called "Dobbin". They are in front of their farmhouse. At their marriage in 1919, Ruth and Frank had bought the "old Caverhill farm" which ...
      This photograph shows the two daughters of Frank (also called Ron) and ...
  • 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 ...
  • Ron and Ruth Powell Wedding Portrait
        Ron and Ruth married on October 29, 1919. Ron wore glasses for most of his life so this photograph is unusual of him. Ruth and her mother, Mary Anne (Joyce), were notable seamstresses and Ruth's dress and veil reflect their ability. Ruth and Ron had 3 children born while living ...
      Ron and Ruth married on October 29, 1919. Ron wore glasses for ...
  • F.R. Powell, Canadian Forestry Corp. Badge and Medals, WWI
        Ron enlisted as a private in Toronto on October 16, 1917 in the York & Simcoe Foresters Const. according to the memorial at Knox Sixteen Presbyterian Church. But in his verbal memoir, he said he "went in the army in 1916". As a soldier of the Canadian Forestry Corps., in ...
      Ron enlisted as a private in Toronto on October 16, 1917 in ...
  • Jane, Maggie and Mary Ann Joyce, ca1879
        Seated is Jane Joyce, sister Maggie is standing in the centre of the group, and sister Mary Ann stands on the right. Their parents were George and Esther (Brown) Joyce who had emigrated from Tullalech, Ireland about 1856 and settled on a farm southeast of Milton, near Omagh, 9111 Third ...
      Seated is Jane Joyce, sister Maggie is standing in the centre of ...
  • Halton Lorne Rifles, ca1881
        On the photograph of the battalian: An arrow in ink points to Capt. J.E. Cullingworth and his name and rank are printed in ink on the grass below his feet. On the medal: around the edge is engraved, Pte. J. E. Cullingworth, 20th Bn. On the bar of the medal: ...
      On the photograph of the battalian: An arrow in ink points to ...
  • Richard Cullingworth
        Handwritten in ink on the right side of the photograph, "Father of Anne, Ruth, Joseph, and Richard. Grandfather of George, Clare, Ruth, Allan, Hazel".
      Handwritten in ink on the right side of the photograph, "Father of ...
  • J.E. Cullingworth, Mary Ann (Joyce) Cullingworth, George Richard Cullingworth, 1894
        Handwritten in ink below the picture, "Aunt Mary & Uncle Joe Cullingworth".
      Handwritten in ink below the picture, "Aunt Mary & Uncle Joe Cullingworth".
  • Munn's School ca1905
        Names have been handwritten on the surround of this photograph, some include arrows pointing to the person. I've guessed the date to be about 1905 or 1906 as Ruth Cullingworth, born in 1898, was about 7 years old and her brother, George, the big boy in the front row was ...
      Names have been handwritten on the surround of this photograph, some include ...
  • 1918 Soldier's Postcard Home
        Front of Card: Windsor Castle from the Lock Cut. Verso: POST CARD BRITISH MANUFACTURE "Windsor Series" G 4275-244 The postal stamps say: ??ingdale camp, Canadian Forestry Corps Base Depot Orderly Room, ?14 ? Reference No... Jan 12/18, Miss Nell Powell, 100 Langley Ave. Toronto Ont. Canada Dear Sis, Just a ...
      Front of Card: Windsor Castle from the Lock Cut. Verso: POST CARD ...
  • Oscar Pridmore and Ron Powell, Haying, 1920s
        Ron and Oscar were neighbours and through marriage, related. Ron and Ruth (Cullingworth) Powell farmed the "old Caverhill" farm on 4th Line and Upper Middle Road. Haying in the 1920s.
      Ron and Oscar were neighbours and through marriage, related. Ron and Ruth ...
  • Mrs. Irvine, Mary Irvine, Mary Powell, 1923
        Neighbours at Upper Middle Road and 4th Line in the 1920s, Mrs. Irvine, Mary Irvine, an unidentified third woman and little Mary Powell are clearly shown in this 1923 photograph. Less clear are the backs of Ron Powell, father of Mary Powell and holding baby Muriel, and of Ernie Irvine ...
      Neighbours at Upper Middle Road and 4th Line in the 1920s, Mrs. ...
  • S.S. No. Sixteen Trafalgar, Sixteen School and Scholars, 1916
        Handwritten on the photo album page: below the schoolhouse photograph is written, "Sixteen School", below the lower page photo of the scholars is handwritten, "Scholars of the Sixteen School in 1916".
      Handwritten on the photo album page: below the schoolhouse photograph is written, ...
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Cullingworth and Powell Families of Trafalgar Township


Includes descendants of Harry and Anne (Budd) Powell, in particular, the descendants of Frank Whitlock and Jane (King) Powell, who came to Canada in 1908 with their family to join other King family members at the Sixteen Mile Creek, Trafalgar Township, Ontario. Includes descendants of Joseph and Frances (Howard) Cullingworth, who came with other family from Yorkshire, England to Streetsville, Erindale and in particular, Richard and Elizabeth (Darby) Cullingworth who came to Trafalgar Township between 1840 and 1843. The 1890 Farmer's Directory Halton County spells "Cullingworth" as "Cullingsworth". This is the entry for J.E., Trafalgar Concession 1 North of Dundas, Lot 19, the farm owned by Miss J. Bigger.