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  • Orangemen's Parade, 1953
        In this Orangemen's Parade, July 1953, we see people formally dressed in dark suits, and we see women. It even looks like two of the band members are children. Unfortunately, we have no information as to which Loyal Orange Lodge this is. In Halton County, there was the Loyal Orange ...
      In this Orangemen's Parade, July 1953, we see people formally dressed in ...
  • Loyal Orange Lodge Hornby No. 165
War Memorial List 1914-1918, 1949
        We'll Never Let the Old Flag Fall. United Empire. God Save the King. In God We Trust. Roll of Honour. Members of LOL No. 165
      We'll Never Let the Old Flag Fall. United Empire. God Save the ...
  • Hornby Loyal Orange Lodge No. 165
        L. O. L. Hornby No. 165
      L. O. L. Hornby No. 165
  • Hornby Loyal Orange Lodge No. 165, Prior To 1923.
        Dances, plays, concerts, oyster suppers, fundraisers, and a great many other social events happened at the Lodge. The L.O.L. No. 165 hall on Steeles Avenue didn't have a kitchen, so the Anglicans added one to make the hall more useful. This photograph was possibly taken after the July 12th walk ...
      Dances, plays, concerts, oyster suppers, fundraisers, and a great many other social ...
  • Jimmy Cunningham, Hornby Loyal Orange Lodge, 1950s
        James Cunningham was a member of Hornby Loyal Orange Lodge No. 165. He was also a member of the St. Clair Masonic Lodge No. 135, Milton. The Cunningham family had farmed near the Esquesing Township border for many years, first arriving from Ireland in the early 1800s. Jimmy was born ...
      James Cunningham was a member of Hornby Loyal Orange Lodge No. 165. ...
  • Hornby Loyal Orange Lodge No. 165
        In first photograph: Hornby L. O. L. 165. On second photograph: Hornby Orange Lodge 4H20 Dec. 1990.
      In first photograph: Hornby L. O. L. 165. On second photograph: Hornby ...
  • Hornby Orange Lodge No. 165 Banner
        Hornby L. O. L. No. 165
      Hornby L. O. L. No. 165
  • Loyal Orange Lodge No. 165, Hornby
        Two photographs of Hornby, Ontario's Loyal Orange Lodge No. 165 walking sometime in the 1950's era on a July 12th. Bob Brownridge is the gentleman holding his hat in the first picture, and wearing it during the walk in the second picture. He's wearing a vest. Jimmy Cunningham is on ...
      Two photographs of Hornby, Ontario's Loyal Orange Lodge No. 165 walking sometime ...
  • Hornby Loyal Orange Lodge at Hamilton, 1919
        Banner: Hornby L.O.L No. 165, Canada Our Home, The Maple Leaf Forever. Hats: No. LOL 165 Typed on the photograph at the top: Hornby L.O.L. No. 165 Celebration at Hamilton - July 12, 1919. Typed on the photograph at the bottam: L/R - Violet Bradley; Laura Lindsay; Floyd Brigden; Fred ...
      Banner: Hornby L.O.L No. 165, Canada Our Home, The Maple Leaf Forever. ...
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