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  • Onondaga Continuation Class
        This is Onondaga Continuation class, S. S. No. 5. The picture was taken in 1908. Front row: George Edwards, Miss King, Robbie Thomson. Back row: ?, Ada Edwards, Edna McMillan, Stella Allan. The original photo was provided by Bill and Lorna Thomson during a Scan & Share Day event held ...
      This is Onondaga Continuation class, S. S. No. 5. The picture was ...
  • Photograph of the Ferris Family
        This photograph depicts the Ferris family. The picture was taken in the summer of 1909. The original photograph was provided by Elaine Waterman.
      This photograph depicts the Ferris family. The picture was taken in the ...
  • History of Onondaga Township
        By Reg. Cooper, Brant Historical Society, Radio Broadcast Onondaga was acquired its name through the fact that the Onondaga tribe of the Six Nations settled in that part of the county now comprising that township. The Onondaga’s territory at the time of the formation of the confederacy was chosen as ...
      By Reg. Cooper, Brant Historical Society, Radio Broadcast Onondaga was acquired its ...
  • Onondaga Central School
        Historical Information By Jeff Ireland, student of Onondaga Central School, 1984. In the 1830's, Settlers began to arrive in the eastern parts of the Twp. near Seneca Line and began to take up the indian lands under what was called squatters rights. The Indians were furious and these so-called squatters ...
      Historical Information By Jeff Ireland, student of Onondaga Central School, 1984. In ...
  • History of the VanSickle Farm
        A History of the Homes and the People who Lived There The VanSickle Farm: Lot 37 to 40 River Range was purchased in in 1864 by Abram I. VanSickle for his son George. Their log house stood near the present woodlot, by a good spring. One Sunday when the family ...
      A History of the Homes and the People who Lived There The ...
  • Funeral Card of Sarah Deagle
        This is a funeral card for Sarah Deagle, who died in Middleport, Township of Onondaga, on Friday, July 11th, 1924. She was the beloved wife of David Deagle. The original card was provided by Calvin Hager during a Scan & Share Day event held at the Onondaga Hall on January ...
      This is a funeral card for Sarah Deagle, who died in Middleport, ...
  • Indenture Granting Walker Land to William Douglas
        This is an indenture granting a deed of land belonging to James Elgin Walker to William A. Douglas dated November 26, 1919. The original document was provided by Don Douglas during a Scan & Share Day event held at the Onondaga Hall on January 14, 2012.
      This is an indenture granting a deed of land belonging to James ...
  • Indenture Granting Douglas Land to Rosswell Douglas
        This is an indenture granting a deed of land belonging to William A. Douglas to Rosswell Wilson Douglas dated April 10, 1924. The original document was provided by Don Douglas during a Scan & Share Day event held at the Onondaga Hall on January 14, 2012.
      This is an indenture granting a deed of land belonging to William ...
  • Photo of Ross Thomson
        This is a photograph of Ross Thomson standing in front of a Halifax bomber at the Linton-on-Ouse base in England in 1944. The picture was taken by the Royal Canadian Air Force. The original picture was provided by Bill and Lorna Thomson during a Scan & Share Day event held ...
      This is a photograph of Ross Thomson standing in front of a ...
  • Willowbank Farm Scene
        This is a photograph of taken at the Willowbank Farm in the Township of Onondaga. Willowbank Farm was a renowned local cattle farm before its dispersion in 1950. The date of this image date is unknown. The original photo was provided by Karen Richardson during a Scan & Share Day ...
      This is a photograph of taken at the Willowbank Farm in the ...
  • Application for Rural Electric Service
        This is an application for rural electric service in the Township of Onondaga in the premises occupied by the School Section No. 6. The original document was provided by Marjorie Featherston.
      This is an application for rural electric service in the Township of ...
  • Wedding Photograph of Tom and Mary Lu Featherston
        This photograph depicts Tom and Mary Lu Featherston. The picture was taken on their wedding day on May 20, 1950. The original photograph was provided by Tom and Mary Lu Featherston.
      This photograph depicts Tom and Mary Lu Featherston. The picture was taken ...
  • Photograph of George VanSickle
        This photograph depicts George VanSickle, father of Abraham VanSickle, of Onondaga. It was probably taken in the 1860s. The original photograph was provided by Eleanor Smith.
      This photograph depicts George VanSickle, father of Abraham VanSickle, of Onondaga. It ...
  • Methodist Hymn Book
        This is an image of a hymn book used at Salt Springs Methodist Church in 1902 when the newly built church was reopened after being destroyed by fire on September 12, 1901. The book was provided by Joyce Smith during a Scan & Share Day event held at the Onondaga ...
      This is an image of a hymn book used at Salt Springs ...
  • Original Onondaga Township Volunteer Fire Department
        This photograph depicts members of the original Onondaga Township Volunteer Fire Department. The picture was taken in 1960. Front Row (left to right): Reeford Comer, Gien Dougherty, Ron Chartton, Howard Sharp, Harvey Featherson (Treasurer), Graeme Dougherty, Jim Smith, Fire Chief Elmer VanSickle, Foster Mordue, Jim McBlain, Harold Grigsfoy, Herb Hamilton, ...
      This photograph depicts members of the original Onondaga Township Volunteer Fire Department. ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from the Simpson Brothers
        This item is a letter sent from the Simpson Brothers, merchants from Onondaga, to George Foster and Sons on April 12, 1907. The A.E. Simpson writes about a payment he intends to make, which would make his credit total $153.64.
      This item is a letter sent from the Simpson Brothers, merchants from ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from the Simpson Brothers
        This item is a letter sent from the Simpson Brothers, merchants from Onondaga, to George Foster and Sons on January 29, 1904. The Simpson Brothers state that Mr. Clark, one of their clients, had made a buying offer for the Fosters property and had mentioned the Simpsons to help determine ...
      This item is a letter sent from the Simpson Brothers, merchants from ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from the N. McPhedran
        This item is a letter sent from the N. McPhedran, a general merchant from Onondaga, to George Foster and Sons on July 6, 1906. Mr. McPhedran mentions several items of black tea that he saw in George Fosters store last time he was there. He would like to have some ...
      This item is a letter sent from the N. McPhedran, a general ...
  • Write-up of the History of Conboyville
        This document is a partial summary of the settlement and history in Conboyville. The document was written by Ruby Johnson in 1979.
      This document is a partial summary of the settlement and history in ...
  • Salt Springs United Church One Hundred and Tenth Anniversary Programme
        This document is a programme for Salt Springs United Church's one hundred and tenth anniversary from 1933.
      This document is a programme for Salt Springs United Church's one hundred ...
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Onondaga Collection


This collection includes historical materials from the former Onondaga Township in the County of Brant. The majority of these items were donated by private community members who wanted to preserve and share their local history. Their generosity is greatly appreciated.