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  • Cape Worn by Alisemon (Hardy) Wilson and Child's Dress Worn by Edna Wilson
        The beautiful handsewn cape worn by Alisemon Hardy around 1900 is shown in front, back and closeup photographs. The lace covering the entire cape and forming the collar is machine-made and purchased, as are the strips of beading overlaid on the lace, and the beaded triangles around the bottom of ...
      The beautiful handsewn cape worn by Alisemon Hardy around 1900 is shown ...
  • Sheridan United Church Young People's Group, 1951
        The Young People's Group of Sheridan United Church with a newspaper clipping from the Oakville Beaver featuring Evelyn (Savage) Bullied recalling memories of Sheridan and the church. See "Pages", click on "Select" to open the clipping. As the history of this congregation linked here explains, the Sheridan area was around ...
      The Young People's Group of Sheridan United Church with a newspaper clipping ...
  • Esther Fewster Ostrander, 1857-1942
        Esther Fewster was one of the six daughters of William Fewster and Esther Ann (Lawrence) Fewster, granddaughter of Sarah and Orange Lawrence. She married James Ostrander in 1878.
      Esther Fewster was one of the six daughters of William Fewster and ...
  • Wedding Photograph of Tommy and Lizzie Hardy, 1896
        Mr. & Mrs. Thos. C. Wilson, nee Lizzie Hardy (Sarah Elizabeth) on their wedding day - June.
      Mr. & Mrs. Thos. C. Wilson, nee Lizzie Hardy (Sarah Elizabeth) on ...
  • William Alfred Wilson, 1958
        Alfred married Alisemon Mary (Hardy). They farmed in Sheridan, Trafalgar Township. They had three sons.
      Alfred married Alisemon Mary (Hardy). They farmed in Sheridan, Trafalgar Township. They ...
  • Victor & Alfred Wilson, 1958.
        Alfred with his son, Victor at Sheridan, Trafalgar Township in 1958.
      Alfred with his son, Victor at Sheridan, Trafalgar Township in 1958.
  • Alexander Dufferin Hardy, 1900
        Chic Photo, 293 Yonge St.
      Chic Photo, 293 Yonge St.
  • George Buckton Hardy, 1896
        Studio photograph taken in June 1896. George Buckton was a son of George Henry and Emily Hardy of Sheridan. He was first a teacher, then a qualified dentist. His office was on Carlton Street in Toronto, opposite Maple Leaf Gardens. He had a great zest for life, a trip to ...
      Studio photograph taken in June 1896. George Buckton was a son of ...
  • Annie, Lizzie, and Evelyn Wilson
        Annie (Andrew) Wilson is seated with a lovely corsage to commemorate this 50th wedding anniversary, her daughter-in-law Lizzie is on the left with Lizzie's daughter Mildred at the Wilson farmhouse in Sheridan, Trafalgar Township. Annie and her husband, Richard Wilson, celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary on May 4, 1915 with ...
      Annie (Andrew) Wilson is seated with a lovely corsage to commemorate this ...
  • John Gilby, b.January 9, 1812 d.February 15, 1865
        John Gilby, b. January 9, 1812 in Kirton, County Lincolnshire, England and died February 15, 1865 in Trafalgar Twp., Halton Co., Canada West, at age 51. He is the son of James Gilby Sr. of Willsby, County Lincolnshire, England, and Mary Cooly of England. He married Alisimon(or Alisemon) Elizabeth Straw, ...
      John Gilby, b. January 9, 1812 in Kirton, County Lincolnshire, England and ...
  • Wilson Farmhouse, Circa 1930
        Alfred is standing beside the porch on the left. On the front porch, left to right, are Gordon sitting on the railing, Richard & wife Annie, Leonard, Alisemon, and Victor Wilson.
      Alfred is standing beside the porch on the left. On the front ...
  • Emily and Emma Gilby, 1914
        Sisters Emily and Emma Gilby in 1914. They are the daughters of John and Alisemon (or Alisimon) (Straw) Gilby. They were born in York, England before their parents emigrated to Sheridan, Trafalgar Township in 1850.
      Sisters Emily and Emma Gilby in 1914. They are the daughters of ...
  • Charlie & Fred Hardy
        Brothers of George Henry Hardy, Sheridan.
      Brothers of George Henry Hardy, Sheridan.
  • Annie (Andrew) Wilson with Daughter-in-Law, Alisemon, and Grandson, Leonard Wilson.
        This photograph was taken at the Richard Wilson - Annie Andrew Golden Anniversary celebration on May 4, 1915. There is another photograph in this "Group" which shows all the family and guests who gathered to celebrate this day. Annie (Andrew) Wilson is seated with a lovely corsage to commemorate this ...
      This photograph was taken at the Richard Wilson - Annie Andrew Golden ...
  • Sheridan General Store, Circa 1950.
        On side of building: Sheridan. On end of building: Lawrence Paul, can't read the rest. Sign on hydro pole: Imperial Esso Gasoline
      On side of building: Sheridan. On end of building: Lawrence Paul, can't ...
  • Crochet Placemat, Lace Collar, Bible Marker and Doilies, Ladies Embroidered Apron, Ladies Face Veil
        This record contains 5 photographs of items used or made by the women of the Hardy family of Sheridan, Trafalgar Township in the late 1800s, early 1900s. The face veil was worn by Isabella Jane (Stevenson) Hardy, 1890-1900 era. The collar is purchased, machine-made lace but the edges were likely ...
      This record contains 5 photographs of items used or made by the ...
  • Alisemon & Victor Wilson
        Alisemon Mary Wilson with her son Victor and colt in Sheridan.
      Alisemon Mary Wilson with her son Victor and colt in Sheridan.
  • Victor Wilson With Colt at Sheridan, 1913.
        Christopher Wilson and his son, Christopher Wilson, came to Sheridan in 1829. The father left for London, Ontario but the son and his wife, Elizabeth (Clark) had two sons who also farmed in the area; John on the Town Line and Richard on the homestead at Sheridan. They were related ...
      Christopher Wilson and his son, Christopher Wilson, came to Sheridan in 1829. ...
  • Gertrude & Daisy Hardy
        Sisters at Sheridan. Gertrude married Howard Bruce McGregor from Owen Sound. They moved to Winnipeg in 1905 to open the then new T. Eaton Company store. They had four boys, Bruce, Ralph, Gordon and Earl. Daisy married Ben Savage. Their children were Howard and Gladys.
      Sisters at Sheridan. Gertrude married Howard Bruce McGregor from Owen Sound. They ...
  • Hardy Family Home, Ninth Line and Upper Middle Road, Sheridan
        This farm was called Maple Hill in Sheridan. It was at the crest of the hill on the left side of Upper Middle Road as you travel west from Sheridan. Hardy family members today remember the excellent tobogganing on Maple Hill.
      This farm was called Maple Hill in Sheridan. It was at the ...
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