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  • Mary J. Neelands
        Portrait of Mary J. (Lindsey) Neelands, mother of Lindsey Neelands a dairy farmer on Lot 13, Concession 7 on the West side of Trafalgar Road. The Neelands family were host to several community garden parties on thier spacious front lawn.
      Portrait of Mary J. (Lindsey) Neelands, mother of Lindsey Neelands a dairy ...
  • James Kelley
        James Kelley Sr. was the first of the Kelley family to settle in the Oakville area. While “Kelley” may appear to be an Irish name, it is in fact a corruption of “MacKelley”, and the family can be traced to Southern Scotland. James was born in Wentworth County on February ...
      James Kelley Sr. was the first of the Kelley family to settle ...
  • John Bingham Colton
        John Bingham Colton was the son of Jacob and Mary Ann Colton.
      John Bingham Colton was the son of Jacob and Mary Ann Colton.
  • 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 ...
  • David Lindsay 1781-1875
        David Lindsay and Mary Anne (Beatty) Lindsay, had emigrated to New York from Ireland in 1811. Around 1822, they moved to Esquesing Township, settling on Lot 1, Conc. 8. Family members eventually lived throughout Halton County including areas of Trafalgar Township. David Lindsay: born about 1781-Tyrone, Northern Ireland; died 1875 ...
      David Lindsay and Mary Anne (Beatty) Lindsay, had emigrated to New York ...
  • Thought to Be Eva Biggar and Luena Conover
        A photograph from the Biggar family album, thought to be cousin Eva Biggar and Luena Conover, sister of Ethel (Conover) Biggar who married Wilbert Biggar in 1917. Their father was Russell Conover and the family lived "on the Dundas Highway" at 1499 Dundas Street East on part of Lot 6 ...
      A photograph from the Biggar family album, thought to be cousin Eva ...
  • Sherman Harris
        This is a hand-tinted black and white photograph of a young man taken perhaps about 1900, about whom nothing is known. There may be a connection to the southwest of Mississauga and the southeast of Oakville as it came from the estate of Myrtle Speck who lived in Clarkson, Mississauga. ...
      This is a hand-tinted black and white photograph of a young man ...
  • Samuel Armstrong Jr.
        Samuel Armstrong Jr. is wearing fraternal regalia.
      Samuel Armstrong Jr. is wearing fraternal regalia.
  • Elizabeth (Gray) Armstrong
        Elizabeth Gray of Trafalgar Township, married Samuel Armstrong Jr. in Hamilton, Ontario in 1861. She died May 24, 1932. This formal photograph was possibly taken just before marriage, ca 1860. A family history by Mary Helen Hatch and her mother, Mildred Armstrong Mackenzie transcribed from audio tape is also uploaded ...
      Elizabeth Gray of Trafalgar Township, married Samuel Armstrong Jr. in Hamilton, Ontario ...
  • John Dillon Evans Jr., d.1920
        York Pioneer and Historical Society In Memoriam
      York Pioneer and Historical Society In Memoriam
  • Alice Perry Dixon
        According to the contributor, Alice Perry Dixon's husband was killed in the Boer War. There was little prospect of work or a future for their two daughters in England. After reading an ad for emigrants to Canada in the "Family Herald & Weekly Star", published in Montreal, Mrs. Dixon obtained ...
      According to the contributor, Alice Perry Dixon's husband was killed in the ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Jessie and George H. King
        Jessie Mary(Caverhill) and George Herbert King were married September 14, 1910 in Trafalgar,Ontario by Rev. G.G. McRobie in the Presbyterian Church at the Sixteen River, Knox Sixteen. George purchased the Kaitting house on Dundas Highway in 1910. They had six children: Mary Elizabeth, Muriel Thurlo, Howard Caverhill, Harriet Jean, Donald ...
      Jessie Mary(Caverhill) and George Herbert King were married September 14, 1910 in ...
  • James Clark
        James was the son of Mires Clark and Ann Burton. He was born 25 April 1851 in Walpole Twp. Haldimand Co. and died 12 May 1916 in Saskatoon, Sk.
      James was the son of Mires Clark and Ann Burton. He was ...
  • William Henry Fortman
        William was born 24 December 1849 in Germany and died 31 December 1894 in Saltfleet Twp., Wentworth Co.
      William was born 24 December 1849 in Germany and died 31 December ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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".
  • Mires & Ann (Burton) Clark
        Mires Clark 1814-1888, (son of Myers Clark & Rachel Crane) married Ann Burton 1816-1890 in Stratton Strawless Co., Norfolk, England in 1835. They came to Upper Canada in 1837 and died in Tapleytown, Wentworth Co., Ontario. Mires was the brother of the Elizabeth Clark who married John Norton in 1837. ...
      Mires Clark 1814-1888, (son of Myers Clark & Rachel Crane) married Ann ...
  • Henrietta (Munn) Biggar, 1860-1962
        Two photographs of Hettie are in this record. The second was perhaps taken at the time of her graduation from the Wesleyan Female College in Hamilton or perhaps her engagement to Albert Biggar, circa 1883. The main record photograph is of Hettie in 1913. Hettie and Albert were married on ...
      Two photographs of Hettie are in this record. The second was perhaps ...
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