Borrowman Family
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Posted by Liz Hubbard, 23 November 2010 at 0:10

I have a copy of this photo in my possession, although it is poor condition. The two Borrowman ladies were my great-great-aunts Adam Borrowman their brother, was my great-grandfather. I am very pleased to find the details of the home address, and would be interested in corresponding with the person who provided the details about this picture.

Posted by Whitby Archives, 24 November 2010 at 15:35

Hi Liz, Thanks for your comment. I'm glad you were able to find an image of your ancestors in our collection. Please feel free to email us with any questions you might have about the Borrowman family.

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Borrowman Family


Black and white negative of a photograph showing a neighbourhood tea party at the Borrowman residence which was located at 214 Trent Street West on the north side between Byron and Centre Streets. The women are seated on chairs holding teacups. From left to right: Louisa Borrowman (1851-1914), Margaret Borrowman (1840-1927), Eva Bell, Edna Mathison (1887-1982), Mrs. Mary Mathison (nee Hobson; 1850-1934)