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  • Oakville Light House Post Card to J. B. Hardy
        Commercial print on front of card: Light House Oakville, Ont. From the Land of the Maple. All rights reserved by Atkinson Bros. Toronto. Commercial print on back of postcard: POST CARD ; CO-RESPONDENCE ONLY ; ADDRESS ONLY ; illegible of illegible Toronto. Handwritten message on back of card: Sept. 16th ...
      Commercial print on front of card: Light House Oakville, Ont. From the ...
  • 60th Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hardy, Sheridan, 1932
  • Jackson Hardy
        Jackson Hardy was a son of George Henry and Emily Hardy who farmed in Sheridan, Trafalgar Township. Jackson became a druggist.
      Jackson Hardy was a son of George Henry and Emily Hardy who ...
  • Tommy Wilson With Mother Annie and Daughter Mildred
        Annie and her husband, Richard Wilson, celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary on May 4, 1915 with a family gathering. To see all the photographs in this extended family collection, under "Groups of Related Records" click on "Gilby - Hardy - Wilson Families, Sheridan (Oakville, Ontario)".
      Annie and her husband, Richard Wilson, celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary on ...
  • Family of Edwin and Elizabeth South, Toronto Township
        This photograph was likely taken around 1900 as we can see Sarah, kneeling by her father, is wearing a wedding ring. In 1897, there were three spring weddings in the South family, the first being Sarah who married Godfrey Bently in April. Her sister, Maud, at the feet of their ...
      This photograph was likely taken around 1900 as we can see Sarah, ...
  • Sheridan, Wilson Back Lane
        The picture was taken at the bottom of the hill down the Wilson back lane, Sheridan, in the early 1930's by Dr. George Hardy. The Wilson family farm was on the west side of the present-day Winston Churchill Blvd., Mississauga, Ontario.
      The picture was taken at the bottom of the hill down the ...
  • George and Emily Hardy House, Sheridan
        The property was on the southeast corner of Winston Churchill Blvd. and the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW).
      The property was on the southeast corner of Winston Churchill Blvd. and ...
  • 100th Anniversary for Sheridan United Church, 1969
    Linda Reed, Mississauga News, 29 Oct 1969     Title and byline: 100th anniversary for Sheridan United by Linda Reed. Placque in photo: SHERIDAN PARK ROYAL UNITED CHURCH SUNDAY SERVICE 11:00 A.M. MINISTER REV J ARNOLD FOSTER PHONE 822 9011
    Linda Reed, Mississauga News, 29 Oct 1969   Title and byline: 100th anniversary for Sheridan United by Linda Reed. Placque ...
  • Diamond Anniversary at Sheridan United Church, 1929
    Toronto Daily Star (1892-1971), 4 Nov 1929     A newspaper article about the 60th or diamond anniversary of Sheridan United Church in 1929.
    Toronto Daily Star (1892-1971), 4 Nov 1929   A newspaper article about the 60th or diamond anniversary of Sheridan United ...
  • Hat of Dr. George Buxton Hardy DDS
        Dr. Hardy was the son of George and Emily (Gilby) Hardy of Sheridan, Trafalgar Township. As a young man, he was a teacher, then he opened his practice as a dentist on Carlton Street, in Toronto opposite Maple Leaf Gardens. When he retired, he owned a greenhouse and nursery on ...
      Dr. Hardy was the son of George and Emily (Gilby) Hardy of ...
  • Pump at Wilson Back Door
        The Wilson family farm was on the west side of the present-day Winston Churchill Blvd., Mississauga, Ontario.
      The Wilson family farm was on the west side of the present-day ...
  • Victor & Alfred Wilson
        Alfred with his son Victor at the Wilson farm in Sheridan, Trafalgar Township. Victor's mother and the wife of Alfred was Alisemon Mary Hardy, daughter of George and Emily Hardy, all of Sheridan.
      Alfred with his son Victor at the Wilson farm in Sheridan, Trafalgar ...
  • Richard Wilson In Sheridan
        Christopher Wilson and his son, Christopher Wilson, came to Sheridan in 1829. The father left for London, Ontario but the son and his wife, Elizabeth (Clark) had two sons who also farmed in the area; John on the Town Line (now Winston Churchill Blvd.) and Richard on the homestead at ...
      Christopher Wilson and his son, Christopher Wilson, came to Sheridan in 1829. ...
  • Wilson - Hardy Family Picture, 1913
        Front row, right are Emily and Emma (Gilby), the two sisters who had come with their parents from England in 1850. Emily married George Hardy. Alisemon Hardy, their daughter, married Alfred Wilson in 1899.
      Front row, right are Emily and Emma (Gilby), the two sisters who ...
  • Charlie George Percival Speck, circa 1900
        Charlie married Martha. They had two sons, John and Ezra Speck.
      Charlie married Martha. They had two sons, John and Ezra Speck.
  • Eliza Ellen, called Nellie, (Speck) Hare
        Nellie married Clarence Albert Hare on March 20, 1912 in Clarkson, Toronto, Township, Ontario. He was the son of William J. Hare and Louisa Grafton. He was born October 8, 1888 in Toronto Township, Ontario. This photograph may have been taken on the even of her marriage.
      Nellie married Clarence Albert Hare on March 20, 1912 in Clarkson, Toronto, ...
  • Alisemon (or Alisimon) Elizabeth (Straw) Gilby b.1816 d.1910
        Thompson & Son, 75 King St. E., Toronto
      Thompson & Son, 75 King St. E., Toronto
  • Gordon Wilson and George Hardy, 1915
        Gordon Wilson is the younger. The farmhouse of his family was on what is now Winston Churchill Boulevard, Oakville. At the time, it was Sheridan, Trafalgar Township. George Henry Hardy, b. 1843 d.1933: as per the 1872 marriage registry of Halton County, "21/135 (Halton Co) : George Henry HARDY, 29, ...
      Gordon Wilson is the younger. The farmhouse of his family was on ...
  • George and Emily Hardy With Grandchildren, August 1911
        George Henry Hardy, b.1843 d.1933, owned a farm at Sheridan, Trafalgar Township, Halton County, on what is now Winston Churchill Boulevard, Oakville. When he was 29, George married Emily Gilby, age 27, of Sheridan on January 25, 1872. This family photograph was taken in August 1911. Back row: Gilby Hardy, ...
      George Henry Hardy, b.1843 d.1933, owned a farm at Sheridan, Trafalgar Township, ...
  • George Henry Hardy and Emily Hardy with the Wilson Family, 1929
        George Hardy, b.1843 d.1933, Emily (Gilby) Hardy b.1844 d.1936 are shown with family members and their Wilson grandchildren.
      George Hardy, b.1843 d.1933, Emily (Gilby) Hardy b.1844 d.1936 are shown with ...
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