Trafalgar Township Historical Society Digital Collections
The King Sisters, ca1916
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
Five of the eleven children of George and Mary Ann (Polly) (Helston) King on their family farm at 502 Dundas Street, in about 1916. This farm was purchased from Amos Biggar and was located on the south side of the Dundas Highway, east of the Sixteen Mile Creek.
Back; Laura, Ettie, Edith.
Front; Dora, Violet.
Note the difference in age between Edith (the eldest) and Dora (the youngest); the gap spans nearly twenty years.
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
George King, b.December 24, 1855 d.August 3, 1935. Mary Ann (Polly) (Helston) King, b.November 27, 1859 d.February 3, 1932. Edith Mary King, b.October 21, 1882 d.July 16, 1944. Eliza Laura (Laura) King, b.December 30, 1884 d.June 6, 1954. Harriet (Ettie) May King, b.July 7, 1896 d.April 14, 1984. Violet Winnifred King, b.February 11, 1903 d.February 5, 1988. Dora Alberta King, b.July 16, 1906 d.April 15, 1998.
Local identifier
TTOIRRM0002
Collection
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.50011 Longitude: -79.78293
Copyright Statement
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Recommended Citation
The King Sisters, ca1916
Contact
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
Email:michelle@tths.ca
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The King Sisters, ca1916


Five of the eleven children of George and Mary Ann (Polly) (Helston) King on their family farm at 502 Dundas Street, in about 1916. This farm was purchased from Amos Biggar and was located on the south side of the Dundas Highway, east of the Sixteen Mile Creek.
Back; Laura, Ettie, Edith.
Front; Dora, Violet.
Note the difference in age between Edith (the eldest) and Dora (the youngest); the gap spans nearly twenty years.