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Subject:  Dwellings  Decade:  1870  Sort by:  Relevance
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Residence of Joshua Richardson 
ImageObject  c.1875,   Black and white negative depicting half of the stereographic image of the Joshua Richardson residence. The house is partly covered by trees. There are people standing and sitting in the grass in front of the house. This brick house was built around 1853 by Joshua Richardson. It was located on lot...
Residence and Farm of J.R. Matthewson 
ImageObjectPublication  Unknown, Residence and Farm of J.R. Matthewson, "Residence and Farm of J.R. Matthewson," Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario, Ont. (Toronto, Ontario: J.H. Beers & Co., 1877), 1877  Black and white negative of a photograph depicting a print of Springfield Farm, the residence of J.R. Matthewson. The print was published in the Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario. Springfield Farm was located on lot 26 on the north side of Concession 7 in Whitby Township....
Residence of L.C. Hall 
ImageObject  Unknown, Residence of L.C. Hall, "Residence of L.C. Hall," Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario, Ont. (Toronto, Ontario: J.H. Beers & Co., 1877), 1877  Black and white negative depicting an image of the residence and farm of L.C. Hall from the Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario. L.C. Hall lived on lot 20 on the south side of Concession 1 (Highway 2)and east of Thickson Road. 'Residence of L.C. Hall, Con.1, Lot 20 - Whitby...
Residence of John Madill 
ImageObject  Unknown, Residence of John Madill, "Residence of John Madill," Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario, Ont. (Toronto, Ontario: J.H. Beers & Co., 1877), 1877, P.#4  Black and white negative depicting a print of the farm and residence of John Madill from the Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario. A farmer stands with three cows in the foreground. Madill's farm was also known as Bonny Bank. It was located on the south half of lot 34 of...
Residence of Thomas H. Smith 
ImageObject  Unknown, Residence of Thomas H. Smith, "Residence of Thomas H. Smith," Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario, Ont. (Toronto, Ontario: J.H. Beers & Co., 1877), 1877, P.# 54  Black and white negative depicting an image of the residence and farm of Thomas H. Smith from the Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario. The farm was also called Lakeview Farm. William Smith settled on lot 21 of Broken Front Concession in Whitby Township in 1830 or 1831. In his...
Residence of John L. Smith 
ImageObject  Unknown, Residence of John L. Smith, "Residence of John L. Smith," Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario, Ont. (Toronto, Ontario: J.H. Beers & Co., 1877), 1877, P.# 54  Black and white negative depicting a sketch of the residence and farm of John L. Smith from the Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario. The farm was also called Curvis Farm. This brick farmhouse was located on lot 21 of Broken Front Concession on the west side of Thickson Road. It...
Residence of Barnabus Gibson 
ImageObject  Unknown, Residence of Barnabus Gibson, "Residence of Barnabus Gibson," Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario, Ont. (Toronto, Ontario: J.H. Beers & Co., 1877), 1877  Black and white negative depicting a print of the residence and farm of Barnabus Gibson from the Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario. The farm was also called Ringwood Farm. This brick house was built in 1876 on the south east corner of Hopikins and Victoria Streets on lot 22 in...
Residence of John Spencer/Dorset Farm 
ImageObject  1870,   Black and white copy negative depicting an image of the log cabin residence of John Spencer. Four people and a dog are pictured in front of the house. This log cabin was built by John Spencer (1786-1875) who settled on lot 29 of Concession 7 in 1833. David Burns (1850-1922), a poet in Brooklin,...
J.B. Bickell Residence and Mill, 1877 
Image  1877,   This is a print of the Mills and Residence of J.B. Bickell. there are horses being ridden and people won the property. There are several buildings and trees on the property and some areas of the property are fenced. The J.B. Bickell Mills and residence were located at concession 6, lot 24 in...
Residence of Bishop Philander Smith 
Image  c.1871,   A black and white photograph of Bishop Philander Smith's home. Tracks for the Port Whitby and Port Perry Railway can be seen in front of the house. This house was located at 33 Queen Street. It was the first brick house constructed in Brooklin. This cottage style house was built in 1857 for...
Residence of Stephen Mead Thomas, c.1870 
Image  c.1870,   A black and white photograph of Stephen Mead Thomas's house. This brick house was located at 90 Colston Avenue. It was built for Stephen Mead Thomas in 1860. Whitby's house numbering system was provided by Rev. Dr. James Roy Van Wyck (1877-1941), a retired Presbyterian minister. Van Wyck...
Residence of John Thomas, c.1870 
Image  c.1870,   A black and white photograph of John Thomas's house. This frame house was located on Bagot Street. It was built about 1857 and destroyed by fire on February 20, 1958. Whitby's house numbering system was provided by Rev. Dr. James Roy Van Wyck (1877-1941), a retired Presbyterian minister. Van...
Several people playing croquet in front of the residence of Richard Hatch, c.1878 
Image  c.1878,   A black and white photograph of several people playing croquet in front of the residence of Richard Hatch. From left to right are: unidentified, unidentified, Ellen Hatch, unidentified, unidentified, Alice Hatch, Richard Hatch, unidentified, unidentified. This frame house at 110 Dundas Street East...
Residence of G.Y. Smith, 1877 
Image  Gorrell, Craig & Co. Lith, Toronto, Residence of G.Y. Smith, 1877, "Residence of G.Y. Smith, 1877," Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario, Ont. (Toronto, Ontario: J.H. Beers & Co., 1877), 1877  A black and white print of G.Y. Smith's home. This home was located at 401 Dundas Street West, Whitby. It was built in 1877 on the block bounded by Dundas, Henry, Colborne and King Streets. It was demolished in 1958. The owners of the house were G.Y. Smith (a lawyer and later a judge) and Samuel...
Residence of James Holden, 1877 
ImageComments:  Unknown, Residence of James Holden, 1877, "Residence of James Holden, 1877," Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario, Ont. (Toronto, Ontario: J.H. Beers & Co., 1877), 1877  A black and white print of the residence of James Holden 601 Dundas Street East. The residence of James Holden was located on the south side of Dundas Street west of Blair Street (at 601 Dundas Street East). It was built in the 1850s and acquired by James Holden after he moved to Whitby from...
Residence of W.H. Higgins, "The Grange", 1877 
ImageComments:Mysteries:  Unknown, Residence of W.H. Higgins, "The Grange", 1877, "Residence of W.H. Higgins, "The Grange", 1877," Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario, Ont. (Toronto, Ontario: J.H. Beers & Co., 1877), 1877  A black and white print of the residence of W.H. Higgins, "The Grange", with a horse and buggy outside. This house is located at the north-east corner of Mary and Pine Streets (at 201 Pine Street). It was built in the 1850s and demolished in 1976. Owners of this house were the Armstrong Family,...
Residences of M. McTaggart, George McGillivray (Inverlynn house) and Charles Farewell (The Maples), 1877 
ImageMysteries:  Unknown, Residences of M. McTaggart, George McGillivray (Inverlynn house) and Charles Farewell (The Maples), 1877, "Residences of M. McTaggart, George McGillivray (Inverlynn house) and Charles Farewell (The Maples), 1877," Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario, Ont. (Toronto, Ontario: J.H. Beers & Co., 1877), 1877  A black and white sketch of the residences of M. McTaggart, George McGillivray (Inverlynn house) and Charles Farewell (The Maples). There is a woman and three children seated on the verandah of Inverlynn House and a man standing further to the right. Inverlynn house is a house which is currently...
Residence and Farm of Andrew Orvis 
Image  Unknown, Residence and Farm of Andrew Orvis, "Residence and Farm of Andrew Orvis," Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario, Ont. (Toronto, Ontario: J.H. Beers & Co., 1877), 1877, P.# 20  Black and white negative depicting a photograph of a print of the residence and farm of Andrew Orvis in the Illustrated Historical Atlas of the County of Ontario. The residence of Andrew Orvis was located on lot 35 on Concession 1 south of the Grand Trunk Railway (Canadian National Railway) in...
Residence of William Heron, c.1870 
Image  c.1870,   Black and white photograph from the Family History of the Descendants of William Heron by Bob and Betty Chisholm (1999)of the William Heron stone farmhouse, also known as Dalmore Farm, and some members of the family. Left to right: unidentified, unidentified, William Heron Jr., Mrs Heron, Mrs....
Residence of William Heron, c.1875 
Image  c.1875,   Black and white photograph from the Family History of the Descendants of William Heron by Bob and Betty Chisholm (1999)of the William Heron stone farmhouse, also known as Dalmore Farm. The stone farmhouse was built by William Pearson of Ashburn between 1855-1860. It remained in the Heron family...

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