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  • Elderly man seated; reading paper
    Imagemysterycomment       Older man with long beard and wearing glasses, sitting in a chair outside a field stone house, reading the newspaper. This photograph, along with many others, came to the St. Marys Museum from the estate of Julia McIntyre. She was related to many early families from the Motherwell area including ...
    Imagemysterycomment     Older man with long beard and wearing glasses, sitting in a chair outside a field stone house, reading the newspaper. This photograph, along with many others, came to the St. ...
  • Janet McIntyre Dusty
    Imagecomment       Incorrectly identified as mother of Fred Sanderson, M.P. Mrs. Dusty is in fact his aunt.
    Imagecomment     Incorrectly identified as mother of Fred Sanderson, M.P. Mrs. Dusty is in fact his aunt.
  • Adeline Anderson Brown
    Imagemysterycomment       Thanks to a comment received, this woman has been tentatively identified as Adeline Anderson Brown, daughter of James and Helen Anderson. This would make her a member of the large extended family connection in the Motherwell area.
    Imagemysterycomment     Thanks to a comment received, this woman has been tentatively identified as Adeline Anderson Brown, daughter of James and Helen Anderson. This would make her a member of the large ...
  • James Milroy
    Imagecomment       James Milroy, brother of Mary Milroy Caven. He was born ca 1798 near Stranraer, Scotland and died 02 September 1869 Hopkinton, Iowa. Lived at Galt, Ontario from 1824 to 1856. Since this photograph has the name of a Scottish photographer but probably dates from the mid-1800s, it may have been ...
    Imagecomment     James Milroy, brother of Mary Milroy Caven. He was born ca 1798 near Stranraer, Scotland and died 02 September 1869 Hopkinton, Iowa. Lived at Galt, Ontario from 1824 to 1856. ...
  • Addie Brown (Adeline Anderson Brown)
    Imagecomment       Addie Brown
    Imagecomment     Addie Brown
  • Jeanie Caven McFazden, 1861
    Imagecomment       This beautiful photograph, a matted, cabinet card format, shows an attractive young woman, identified as Miss Caven - or Miss Julia McIntyre's aunt. Jeanie (or Jane) Caven was the daughter of John Caven and Mary Milroy Caven, early settlers in the Motherwell area. Her brother was the Reverend William Caven ...
    Imagecomment     This beautiful photograph, a matted, cabinet card format, shows an attractive young woman, identified as Miss Caven - or Miss Julia McIntyre's aunt. Jeanie (or Jane) Caven was the daughter ...
  • Mrs. John Sanderson (Agnes McIntyre)
    Imagecomment       "Mother of Fred G. Sanderson"
    Imagecomment     "Mother of Fred G. Sanderson"
  • The Reverend William Caven, D.D.
    Imagecomment       Photo is numbered by photographer: 38256
    Imagecomment     Photo is numbered by photographer: 38256
  • Mary Milroy Caven
    Imagecomment       Portrait of Mary Milroy Caven (1803-1901), wife of John Caven; mother of William Caven, Jane Caven McFadzen and Mary Caven. (See comment for more information.)
    Imagecomment     Portrait of Mary Milroy Caven (1803-1901), wife of John Caven; mother of William Caven, Jane Caven McFadzen and Mary Caven. (See comment for more information.)
  • James Anderson
    Imagecomment       J. Anderson on back
    Imagecomment     J. Anderson on back
  • Robert and Mary Anderson, Iowa
    Imagecomment       Robt. and Mary Anderson, Iowa Mary McFadzen Anderson (Aunt Jeannie's daughter) & her husband Robt. Anderson
    Imagecomment     Robt. and Mary Anderson, Iowa Mary McFadzen Anderson (Aunt Jeannie's daughter) & her husband Robt. Anderson
  • John Caven
    Imagecomment       John Caven, written in ink on the bottom of the photograph.
    Imagecomment     John Caven, written in ink on the bottom of the photograph.
  • Harry and Janet McFadzen, Iowa
    Imagecomment       Harry & Janet McFadzen, Iowa
    Imagecomment     Harry & Janet McFadzen, Iowa
  • Mary Caven McIntyre
    Imagecomment       On reverse: Grandma McIntyre Sister of Prof. Wm. Caven, Dean of Knox College
    Imagecomment     On reverse: Grandma McIntyre Sister of Prof. Wm. Caven, Dean of Knox College
  • McIntyre Family
    Imagecomment       Family members identified on the back.
    Imagecomment     Family members identified on the back.
  • Isabella McIntyre McGrigor
    Imagecomment       Although this photograph has been identified as Agnes McIntrye Sanderson, other photographic evidence would indicate that it is her sister, Mrs. Isabella McIntyre McGrigor, married to William McGrigor. A third sister is Mrs. Sam Dusty (Janet). All three of these McIntrye sisters were distinguished and elegant women who continued to ...
    Imagecomment     Although this photograph has been identified as Agnes McIntrye Sanderson, other photographic evidence would indicate that it is her sister, Mrs. Isabella McIntyre McGrigor, married to William McGrigor. A third ...
  • Isabella McIntyre McGrigor
    Image       The incorrect inscription reads: Agnes McIntyre Sanderson another favourite aunt
    Image     The incorrect inscription reads: Agnes McIntyre Sanderson another favourite aunt
  • The Reverend William Caven's six children
    Imagecomment       Photo of the Reverend William Caven's six children. There are three sons and three daughters. Front Row: Dr. Will Caven, Maggie, Dr. Jack Caven Back Row: Dr. Jim Caven, Mary, Jane. This family was based in Toronto but had many relatives in the Motherwell, Ontario area. Thanks to the comment ...
    Imagecomment     Photo of the Reverend William Caven's six children. There are three sons and three daughters. Front Row: Dr. Will Caven, Maggie, Dr. Jack Caven Back Row: Dr. Jim Caven, Mary, ...
  • Perth Pioneer's Home
    Imagecomment       PERTH PIONEER'S HOME (photo cutline) A long-familiar landmark of Fullarton Township, Perth County - the house on the old Caven farm, near Motherwell, as it appeared in 1943, is typical of the pioneer homes of hewn logs that sheltered Perth's early settlers.
    Imagecomment     PERTH PIONEER'S HOME (photo cutline) A long-familiar landmark of Fullarton Township, Perth County - the house on the old Caven farm, near Motherwell, as it appeared in 1943, is typical ...
  • Rev. W. A. Wilson
    Imagecomment       Rev. W.A. Wilson Margaret Caven's husband
    Imagecomment     Rev. W.A. Wilson Margaret Caven's husband
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