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  • Theodore Hutton
    Image       Theodore Hutton; died 1898 Built Hutton block south of Opera House in 1868
    Image     Theodore Hutton; died 1898 Built Hutton block south of Opera House in 1868
  • David Maxwell Senior
    Image       Photo of David Maxwell Sr. (Died September, 1898). Maxwell's was a factory in St. Marys that made washing machines, other household items and farm implements. Mr. Maxwell is pictured here looking off to the side wearing a bow-tie and has very long sideburns. There are 2 copies of this photo. ...
    Image     Photo of David Maxwell Sr. (Died September, 1898). Maxwell's was a factory in St. Marys that made washing machines, other household items and farm implements. Mr. Maxwell is pictured here ...
  • 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 ...
  • Milner Harrison
    Image       Milner Harrison A print of a daguerreotype, ca. 1855 For a short description which fits this photo see Johnston, "Pioneers of Blanshard" - the chapters on St. Marys.
    Image     Milner Harrison A print of a daguerreotype, ca. 1855 For a short description which fits this photo see Johnston, "Pioneers of Blanshard" - the chapters on St. Marys.
  • 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 ...
  • Residence of Lauriston Cruttenden, Esq.
    Image       The residence of Lauriston Cruttenden Esq. Erected in the year - 1859 - in St. Marys Ontario Canada
    Image     The residence of Lauriston Cruttenden Esq. Erected in the year - 1859 - in St. Marys Ontario Canada
  • Lauriston Cruttenden
    Image       Photo of Lauriston Cruttenden. He is pictured here wearing a suit jacket, vest and short-knotted tie with a flipped up collar. He has thick sideburns that extend under his chin forming a beard (though he is clean shaven above his lip and below his lip). He is looking just to ...
    Image     Photo of Lauriston Cruttenden. He is pictured here wearing a suit jacket, vest and short-knotted tie with a flipped up collar. He has thick sideburns that extend under his chin ...
  • George Carter
    Image       George Carter; died 1889 Founder of Carter Milling Co.
    Image     George Carter; died 1889 Founder of Carter Milling Co.
  • David Howard Harrison, M.D.
    Image       Photo of David Howard Harrison, M.D. who was the son of Milner Harrison and Catherine Howard. From our index card: "This carte-de-visite photograph is the wedding photograph taken by the studio of William Notman, the Montreal photographer and brother of his (David Howard Harrison's) bride. Wedding Date: 1863 Bride: Margaret ...
    Image     Photo of David Howard Harrison, M.D. who was the son of Milner Harrison and Catherine Howard. From our index card: "This carte-de-visite photograph is the wedding photograph taken by the ...
  • Cruttenden Grandchildren
    Imagecomment       Julia Ford, Arthur Ford, Mary B. Clench, Essie, Edith, Nora Clench, Leon
    Imagecomment     Julia Ford, Arthur Ford, Mary B. Clench, Essie, Edith, Nora Clench, Leon
  • Nora Clench
    Image       To Arthur With my best love Nora Clench St. Marys March 15th
    Image     To Arthur With my best love Nora Clench St. Marys March 15th
  • Dr. A.E. Ford
    Image       Photo of Dr. Ford with a mustached looking slightly off to the side. Dr. Ford had been a Mayor of St. Marys in 1877 and was also a well-known medical doctor in the town until he moved down to Colorado. Check out the link to the Baseball Hall of Fame ...
    Image     Photo of Dr. Ford with a mustached looking slightly off to the side. Dr. Ford had been a Mayor of St. Marys in 1877 and was also a well-known medical ...
  • Dr. A.E. Ford
    Image       Photo of Dr. Ford with a mustached looking slightly off to the side. Dr. Ford had been a Mayor of St. Marys in 1877 and was also a well-known medical doctor in the town until he moved down to Colorado. Check out the link to the Baseball Hall of Fame ...
    Image     Photo of Dr. Ford with a mustached looking slightly off to the side. Dr. Ford had been a Mayor of St. Marys in 1877 and was also a well-known medical ...
  • William Weir
    Image       Portrait photo of William Weir (1844-1921). William Weir was one of the last owners of the Tracy house (now the St. Marys Museum). The Weirs were the ones to give the land the name "Cadzow Park". Mr. Weir lived in the house from 1875 until his death in 1921, and ...
    Image     Portrait photo of William Weir (1844-1921). William Weir was one of the last owners of the Tracy house (now the St. Marys Museum). The Weirs were the ones to give ...
  • Dr. Samuel Dwight Rice
    Image       Photo of a man with very long sideburns looking off to the side. This man is identified as the Reverend Dr. Samuel Dwight Rice (1815-1884). He is the father of Henry Lincoln Rice and was the minister responsible for the building of the Methodist Church in 1879 (the present United ...
    Image     Photo of a man with very long sideburns looking off to the side. This man is identified as the Reverend Dr. Samuel Dwight Rice (1815-1884). He is the father of ...
  • William Weir
    Image       "Lived in Cadzow Park house from 1875-1921; was the mayor of St. Marys 1916-1917"
    Image     "Lived in Cadzow Park house from 1875-1921; was the mayor of St. Marys 1916-1917"
  • William Weir
    Image       William Weir was the last private owner of the Tracy House (now the St. Marys museum)and gave it the name "Cadzow Park" after his ancestral home in Scotland. He also served as the town's mayor for a year between 1916-1917.
    Image     William Weir was the last private owner of the Tracy House (now the St. Marys museum)and gave it the name "Cadzow Park" after his ancestral home in Scotland. He also ...
  • Dr. A.E. Ford, 1877
    Image       Dr. Adam Enoch Ford Mayor of St. Marys, 1877
    Image     Dr. Adam Enoch Ford Mayor of St. Marys, 1877
  • William Weir
    Image       Photo of William Weir (1844-1921) wearing a tam o'shanter. He is looking at the camera wearing a suit jacket and tie. William Weir was one of the last owners of the Tracy house (now the St. Marys Museum). The Weirs were the ones to give the land the name "Cadzow ...
    Image     Photo of William Weir (1844-1921) wearing a tam o'shanter. He is looking at the camera wearing a suit jacket and tie. William Weir was one of the last owners of ...
  • Agnes Knox Black
    Image       This autographed picture of the late Agnes Knox Black, a member of the well-known Knox Family, and a famous elocutionist, was presented to the late Mr. Lorne Eedy. "Lorne Eedy with Cordial Regards Agnes Knox Black"
    Image     This autographed picture of the late Agnes Knox Black, a member of the well-known Knox Family, and a famous elocutionist, was presented to the late Mr. Lorne Eedy. "Lorne Eedy ...
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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.