Trafalgar Township Historical Society Digital Collections
Milk Maid Clara
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Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
Clara Biggar trained and worked as a nurse. She never married. At her death, she was living at 599 Lyons Lane in Oakville according to the Notice to Creditors in the matter of her estate published in the April 26, 1978 Milton Canadian Champion newspaper, p.26.

She was 14 years old in 1898, when her parents Hetty and Albert Biggar built the lovely farmhouse on their property, "Glenclare Farm" on Lot 15, Concession 2 NDS Trafalgar. This land had been settled by Albert's father, Michael L. Biggar and his wife, Belinda. It runs north from Burnhamthorpe Road on the east side of 6th Line.
Date Of Event
1900
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Clara Alberta Biggar, b.February 13, 1884, d.1976. Clara's brothers were William James, b.July 26, 1886. Wilbert Henry, b.May 6, 1887. Their parents were Albert Anson Bigger, b.November 13, 1856, d.June 24, 1938 married Henrietta (called Hettie) Almira (Munn) Bigger, b.October 26, 1860, d. November 26, 1962. The parents of Albert were Michael Lafey Bigger, d.December 10, 1921, married Belinda (Cronkrite) Bigger, d.December 31, 1898. Albert's brother was James William Bigger, d.December 10, 1921.
Local identifier
TTJBT000445
Collection
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.47955 Longitude: -79.72902
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Milk Maid Clara
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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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Milk Maid Clara


Clara Biggar trained and worked as a nurse. She never married. At her death, she was living at 599 Lyons Lane in Oakville according to the Notice to Creditors in the matter of her estate published in the April 26, 1978 Milton Canadian Champion newspaper, p.26.

She was 14 years old in 1898, when her parents Hetty and Albert Biggar built the lovely farmhouse on their property, "Glenclare Farm" on Lot 15, Concession 2 NDS Trafalgar. This land had been settled by Albert's father, Michael L. Biggar and his wife, Belinda. It runs north from Burnhamthorpe Road on the east side of 6th Line.