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  • 1855 Letter from Mary (Buckton) Hardy to Her Sister, Elizabeth (Buckton) Coates
    Text       Mary Buckton and George Hardy married in England, then emigrated to Canada sometime by 1838. (Clarification of the birth place of their eldest daughter, Mary Elizabeth Hardy, is needed. Possibly in England, possibly in Canada as there seem to have been two Mary Hardy children at about the same time. ...
    Text     Mary Buckton and George Hardy married in England, then emigrated to Canada sometime by 1838. (Clarification of the birth place of their eldest daughter, Mary Elizabeth Hardy, is needed. Possibly ...
  • Parents of R.R. Ford
    Image       John A Ford and Maggie (Newell). They are standing at their home, on 5th Line at Lower Base Road, Trafalgar Township.
    Image     John A Ford and Maggie (Newell). They are standing at their home, on 5th Line at Lower Base Road, Trafalgar Township.
  • Ford Family
    Image       Grandmother (Maggie) and Grandfather (John Albert) Ford holding R.F. Ford (Hank). Grandmother Newell, and unknown lady, Mary Ford, and Grandfather Newell.
    Image     Grandmother (Maggie) and Grandfather (John Albert) Ford holding R.F. Ford (Hank). Grandmother Newell, and unknown lady, Mary Ford, and Grandfather Newell.
  • Three Generations of Fords
    Image       Robert Robinson Ford, holding his son Hank. Seated is wife Maggie Ford (neé Newell) with her mother Mary Jane Newell. The Ford farm was on 5th Line at Lower Base Road, Trafalgar Township. The house was built by great grandfather James Ford. Grandfather J.A. Ford and family lived here, also ...
    Image     Robert Robinson Ford, holding his son Hank. Seated is wife Maggie Ford (neé Newell) with her mother Mary Jane Newell. The Ford farm was on 5th Line at Lower Base ...
  • Home of John A. and Maggie Ford
    Image       John A. Ford and Maggie Ford neé Newell lived here at Omagh. They were caretakers of Omagh school, S.S. #6. They built a fire in the wood stove every morning in the winter so the school would be warm when the children arrived. Robert R. Ford and Mary Ford (Featherstone) ...
    Image     John A. Ford and Maggie Ford neé Newell lived here at Omagh. They were caretakers of Omagh school, S.S. #6. They built a fire in the wood stove every morning ...
  • Three Generations of Fords
    Image       Mary Margaret (Maggie) Ford, neé Newell with Grandmother Mary Jane Newell (Harrison), Robert Robinson Ford & baby Featherstone (Hank) Ford.
    Image     Mary Margaret (Maggie) Ford, neé Newell with Grandmother Mary Jane Newell (Harrison), Robert Robinson Ford & baby Featherstone (Hank) Ford.
  • Bert and Annie (McKay) Langtry and Family
    ImageText       Our original donor named the people in this photograph as Andrew Pettit "Bert" Langtry, wife Annie née McKay and daughters Amy Christina and Clara Elizabeth. In early 2017, a grandson of the oldest daughter, Irene, emailed to tell us that the little girl sitting between the parents is definitely Irene. ...
    ImageText     Our original donor named the people in this photograph as Andrew Pettit "Bert" Langtry, wife Annie née McKay and daughters Amy Christina and Clara Elizabeth. In early 2017, a grandson ...
  • Hank, Jim, Marion, and Isobel Ford on a Homemade Sleigh.
    Image       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 ...
    Image     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 ...
  • Mary Jane Newell With Ford Children
    Image       Grandmother Mary Jane Newell with Featherstone (Hank) Ford and Isabel Ford on knee.
    Image     Grandmother Mary Jane Newell with Featherstone (Hank) Ford and Isabel Ford on knee.
  • Smith Family Descendants, With Artifacts Relating to William Lyon Mackenzie’s Stay With The Family
    Image       William Lyon Mackenzie was sheltered and hidden by the family of Absalom Smith of Palermo, Trafalgar Township on his historic flight from Upper Canada after his defeat at the skirmish at Montgomery's Tavern, York (now Toronto), December 1837. According to the family, the empty chair with blanket and candle were ...
    Image     William Lyon Mackenzie was sheltered and hidden by the family of Absalom Smith of Palermo, Trafalgar Township on his historic flight from Upper Canada after his defeat at the skirmish ...
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