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  • Hannah & John Bussell’s Wedding Photograph
        A wedding portrait of the newlywed couple Hannah & John Bussell. They lived in the area of McCurdy's Corners, Trafalgar Township, Ninth Line and Derry Roads.
      A wedding portrait of the newlywed couple Hannah & John Bussell. They ...
  • The John and Hannah Bussell Family, 1910.
        Pictured from left to right are Vera, Hannah, Guy, and John Bussell.
      Pictured from left to right are Vera, Hannah, Guy, and John Bussell.
  • Home of Guy and Edna Bussell
        Located at Lot 14 Concession 7, Trafalgar Township in the area of Derry Road and 9th Line. The house had been built sometime around 1850 and an addition was added about 1920.
      Located at Lot 14 Concession 7, Trafalgar Township in the area of ...
  • Vera and Guy Bussell, 1910 or 1911.
        Children of John and Hannah Bussell. Born and raised in the area of 9th Line and Derry Roads where their family had been settled since the early 1800s.
      Children of John and Hannah Bussell. Born and raised in the area ...
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Bussell Family, Halton County


The Bussell family was one the earliest settler families in the area. John Bussell received land from the Crown in 1836. Bussell House, located at 7420 Ninth Line, is on the north side of Ninth Line, north of Allspice Trail in the Town of Mississauga. The one-and-a-half-storey red brick residence was constructed circa 1865. The property was designated by the Town of Milton in 1996 for its heritage value under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act (By-law 74-96). In 2010, the property became part of the City of Mississauga as a result of Halton-Peel boundary realignment. The house stayed in the family until 1908.