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  • Visitors at Durham Road Cemetery
    Imagemystery       Sheila Lambrinos shows a seventh generation New Brunswick friend (left) and new Canadian from Jamaica the Old Durham Road Cemetery site.
    Imagemystery     Sheila Lambrinos shows a seventh generation New Brunswick friend (left) and new Canadian from Jamaica the Old Durham Road Cemetery site.
  • David William Jamieson
    Image       Portrait photograph of David William Jamieson (1851-1915), son of James Jamieson and Grace (nee Kernaghan)
    Image     Portrait photograph of David William Jamieson (1851-1915), son of James Jamieson and Grace (nee Kernaghan)
  • Margaret Magee Jamieson
    Imagemystery       Margaret Magee was daughter of John Magee and Jane Fiddis. She married David William Jamieson (1851-1915). The Jamieson family still maintain land on Lake Eugenia.
    Imagemystery     Margaret Magee was daughter of John Magee and Jane Fiddis. She married David William Jamieson (1851-1915). The Jamieson family still maintain land on Lake Eugenia.
  • Old Durham Road Cemetery Dedication
    Imagemystery       The dedication ceremony to mark the burial ground for early black settlers in the Priceville area. Photo shows, from left to right, Yvonne Wilson, (unknown person, partially obscured), Carmelle Meads, Rev. Sheffield, (unknown choir girl, probably from Collingwood)), Les McKinnon (partially obscured), Bill Murdoch, M.P.P. for Grey County, Murray Betts, ...
    Imagemystery     The dedication ceremony to mark the burial ground for early black settlers in the Priceville area. Photo shows, from left to right, Yvonne Wilson, (unknown person, partially obscured), Carmelle Meads, ...
  • Lincoln Alexander at Stothart Hall
    Imagemystery       Lincoln Alexander, Lieut. Governor of Ontario, at Stothart Hall, Priceville, during the reception for the dedication of the Durham Road Cemetery. Also pictured are Stan Baker, Millie Hubbard, Leroy Meads, Kathleen Aldcorn, June MacLaughlin, Jean Hutchinson, and Ted Shaw, local photographer.
    Imagemystery     Lincoln Alexander, Lieut. Governor of Ontario, at Stothart Hall, Priceville, during the reception for the dedication of the Durham Road Cemetery. Also pictured are Stan Baker, Millie Hubbard, Leroy Meads, ...
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