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  • Anna Hudson
    Image       "Hudson, Anna born in Dublin, Ireland, Sept 20, 1837. Married Alexander Grant in Toronto on Dec. 28, 1864. She died in 1917. She had 6 children: Wm., a missionary in China for many years; Dick, a doctor; Alexander, a high school teacher; Anna, a nurse; Julia, a homemaker; Janet, a ...
    Image     "Hudson, Anna born in Dublin, Ireland, Sept 20, 1837. Married Alexander Grant in Toronto on Dec. 28, 1864. She died in 1917. She had 6 children: Wm., a missionary in ...
  • Daniel McDougall
    Image       This is a copy of an original carte de visite showing Daniel McDougall who owned the Tracy House (now the St. Marys Museum). He was a wealthy businessman and moved here with his family in 1858 renaming it Cloudesdel Hall.
    Image     This is a copy of an original carte de visite showing Daniel McDougall who owned the Tracy House (now the St. Marys Museum). He was a wealthy businessman and moved ...
  • Four St. Marys Pioneers
    Image       Photo of four older men standing outside on a farm. The men include (from left to right): John Legge, William McGregor, John Weir and William McIntosh. All four men are early settlers to St. Marys.
    Image     Photo of four older men standing outside on a farm. The men include (from left to right): John Legge, William McGregor, John Weir and William McIntosh. All four men are ...
  • Four views of Arthur Meighen's birthplace, ca. 1975
    Image       Series of photos of members of the Perth County Historical Board touring Arthur Meighen's birthplace. Arthur Meighen was the ninth Prime Minister of Canada and was born in Anderson, Ontario - not too far from St. Marys, Ontario. His family later moved to St. Marys in order for the children ...
    Image     Series of photos of members of the Perth County Historical Board touring Arthur Meighen's birthplace. Arthur Meighen was the ninth Prime Minister of Canada and was born in Anderson, Ontario ...
  • Caroline (Carrie) Shaw Sparks
    Image       Wife of Dr. Thomas Sparks, St. Marys 20th wedding anniversary. A dance in the Town Hall to celebrate Mother - President of Women's Institute
    Image     Wife of Dr. Thomas Sparks, St. Marys 20th wedding anniversary. A dance in the Town Hall to celebrate Mother - President of Women's Institute
  • Robert Barbour
    Image       Portrait of a man (identified by Larry Pfaff as Robert Barbour). He is sitting with the top button of his jacket done up. He has very long sideburns, and his hair is cut very short. Barbour was a builder in St. Marys, with his name attributed to homes on Thomas ...
    Image     Portrait of a man (identified by Larry Pfaff as Robert Barbour). He is sitting with the top button of his jacket done up. He has very long sideburns, and his ...
  • St. Marys Businessmen at the Turn of the Century
    Image       Photo of a group of men. They are all very dignified looking and have been identified as local St. Marys businessmen of the turn of the century: Back: John Poole (Manager of the Traders Bank) James Maxwell (of the Maxwell Company) John Leslie (Manager of the Bank of Montreal) Sidney ...
    Image     Photo of a group of men. They are all very dignified looking and have been identified as local St. Marys businessmen of the turn of the century: Back: John Poole ...
  • Dr. Robert Latimer c. 1943
    Image       Dr. Robert Latimer c. 1943. Longtime St. Marys Doctor who died in 1980.
    Image     Dr. Robert Latimer c. 1943. Longtime St. Marys Doctor who died in 1980.
  • St. Marys Town Council, 1923
    Image       Photo of the 1923 St. Marys Town Council. There are nine men who have been identified as R.S. Brown, J.W. Graham, C.E. Richardson, J.W. White, L.J. Constable (Mayor), O.V. Whetstone, J.R. Stanley, W.J. Stafford and S.C. Millson
    Image     Photo of the 1923 St. Marys Town Council. There are nine men who have been identified as R.S. Brown, J.W. Graham, C.E. Richardson, J.W. White, L.J. Constable (Mayor), O.V. Whetstone, ...
  • Arthur Meighen
    Image       formal portrait of Arthur Meighen, ca. 1920
    Image     formal portrait of Arthur Meighen, ca. 1920
  • William and Susan Box Family
    Image       William and Susan Box Family. back row (left to right): James, Alonza (Lon), Jack, Will front row (left to right): Mary, Grace, William, Susan, Eva Susan Box was a daughter of James Brine, one of the six Tolpuddle Martyrs. Mary Box married Bristol Evans. Eva Box married Armon Ready.
    Image     William and Susan Box Family. back row (left to right): James, Alonza (Lon), Jack, Will front row (left to right): Mary, Grace, William, Susan, Eva Susan Box was a daughter ...
  • Robert Fulton Barbour and four of his children
    Image       Photo of Robert Barbour (left) and four of his children. Barbour was a builder in St. Marys, with his name attributed to homes on Thomas Street and possibly even the St. Marys Museum`s building (the Tracy House).
    Image     Photo of Robert Barbour (left) and four of his children. Barbour was a builder in St. Marys, with his name attributed to homes on Thomas Street and possibly even the ...
  • Group photo of 70 year old men
    Image       Photo of six older men. They are all wearing simple suits and are posed looking fairly comfortable. All of these men were born in 1844, and were therefore 70 years old at the time this photo was taken. The men are identified as: Front: J.O. Robson, L.D. Brown, Geo. Mathieson, ...
    Image     Photo of six older men. They are all wearing simple suits and are posed looking fairly comfortable. All of these men were born in 1844, and were therefore 70 years ...
  • Group of men at 60 years of age, 1904
    Image       Photo of six men who were all born in the year 1844. In 1904 they were all celebrating their 60th birthday. The men are identified as: Back - George Matthieson, J.O. Robson, William Andrews Front - William Hoy, L.D. Brown, James Armstrong See 0255ph to see the photo of the ...
    Image     Photo of six men who were all born in the year 1844. In 1904 they were all celebrating their 60th birthday. The men are identified as: Back - George Matthieson, ...
  • John Legge, William McGregor, John Weir, William McIntosh in 1914
    Image       McGregor & McIntosh lived on centre line gravel
    Image     McGregor & McIntosh lived on centre line gravel
  • Six men of St. Marys
    Image       Back: Benjamin Tracey, Elisha Brown, Francis Standeaven Front: Wm. Legge, Geo. D. Lawrie (former mayor and chief magistrate), John Weir
    Image     Back: Benjamin Tracey, Elisha Brown, Francis Standeaven Front: Wm. Legge, Geo. D. Lawrie (former mayor and chief magistrate), John Weir
  • George Carter family
    Image       Geo. Carter family
    Image     Geo. Carter family
  • Charlotte Carter's wedding picture
    Image       Charlotte Carter Wedding picture Dec. 1880 Henry Lincoln Rice (husband)
    Image     Charlotte Carter Wedding picture Dec. 1880 Henry Lincoln Rice (husband)
  • Henry Lincoln Rice's wedding photo
    Image       Henry Lincoln Rice Wedding photo Married Charlotte Carter Dec. 1880
    Image     Henry Lincoln Rice Wedding photo Married Charlotte Carter Dec. 1880
  • The family of Henry E. Wilson and their dog Duke at Christmas in 1893
    Image       Henry Edward Wilson, Jan. 22, 1853 - May 29, 1911 Frances Charlotte Weir, Mar. 8, 1853 - Mar. 5, 1915 Fred Wilson, ca. 1875 - -- Annie Florence Wilson, 1879 - 1950 Nell Wilson, ca. 1881 - -- Haidé Louise Wilson, Sept. 9, 1884 - Jan. 22, 1896 Duke (dog)
    Image     Henry Edward Wilson, Jan. 22, 1853 - May 29, 1911 Frances Charlotte Weir, Mar. 8, 1853 - Mar. 5, 1915 Fred Wilson, ca. 1875 - -- Annie Florence Wilson, 1879 ...
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Notable St. Marys Residents


People who did great things in St. Marys; People who were born in St. Marys and went on to great things elsewhere and other residents who are a part of St. Marys history.