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  • James Appelbe House, 257 Dundas Street East
        This was a Designated Town of Oakville Heritage Building. The house was built in 1850 by James Appelbe who emigrated from Ireland in 1815 with his widowed mother and older brother, William. James was apprenticed to a merchant in Hamilton and later taught school. In 1831 he married Jemima (Kaitting) ...
      This was a Designated Town of Oakville Heritage Building. The house was ...
  • 3151 Upper Middle Road West, Oakville, Ontario, Canadian Inventory of Heritage Buildings, 1972
        Coding on the front of the card: 0617700480315. Province is 06, Negative is 00Zy25. NPC 464(9-701)7530-21-029-3938 On the blue card back with ownership information, the code is repeated: 0617700480315.
      Coding on the front of the card: 0617700480315. Province is 06, Negative ...
  • 2424 Sovereign Street, Oakville, Canadian Inventory of Heritage Buildings, 1971
        Coding on the front of the card: 06177004302424. Province is 06, Negative is 00ZY15. NPC 464(9-701)7530-21-029-3938 On the blue card back with ownership information, the code is repeated: 06177004302424.
      Coding on the front of the card: 06177004302424. Province is 06, Negative ...
  • 2409 Lakeshore Road West, Oakville, Canadian Inventory of Heritage Buildings, 1971
        Coding on the front of the card: 06177000102409. Province is 06, Negative is 00ZY15. NPC 464(9-701)7530-21-029-3938 On the blue card back with ownership information, the code is repeated: 06177000102409.
      Coding on the front of the card: 06177000102409. Province is 06, Negative ...
  • 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 ...
  • Sprucedale Farm, Home Of John Dixon Sr.
        "Sprucedale" was the family name for the 200 acre home farm on Lot 14, Concession 4, Trafalgar Township. John Dixon, sometimes spelled Dickson, first built a log home, then a frame house and then in 1861, the beautiful brick home seen in this record. This view is of the front ...
      "Sprucedale" was the family name for the 200 acre home farm on ...
  • Sprucedale Farm, Home Of John Dixon Sr.
        This photograph shows "1861" carved into the brick, the year the house was built. "Sprucedale" was the family name for the 200 acre home farm on Lot 14, Concession 4, Trafalgar Township. John Dixon, sometimes spelled Dickson, first built a log home, then a frame house and then in 1861, ...
      This photograph shows "1861" carved into the brick, the year the house ...
  • Sprucedale Farm, Home Of John Dixon Sr.
        "Sprucedale" was the family name for the 200 acre home farm on Lot 14, Concession 4, Trafalgar Township. John Dixon, sometimes spelled Dickson, first built a log home, then a frame house and then in 1861, the beautiful brick home seen in this record. The farm had its own shops: ...
      "Sprucedale" was the family name for the 200 acre home farm on ...
  • Sprucedale Farm, Home Of John Dixon Sr.
        "Sprucedale" was the family name for the 200 acre home farm on Lot 14, Concession 4, Trafalgar Township. John Dixon, sometimes spelled Dickson, first built a log home, then a frame house and then in 1861, the beautiful brick home seen in this record. This is a photo of the ...
      "Sprucedale" was the family name for the 200 acre home farm on ...
  • Jane Bell Dixon of Sprucedale Farm, Trafalgar Township
        Jane was the daughter of John and Sarah Bell who had come from the Parish of Scotts Place and Drumquin in County Fermanagh in Ireland. They had previously left Scotland for Ireland, to avoid the Persecution of Dundee. They settled on the west half of Lot 10, Concession 7, Nelson ...
      Jane was the daughter of John and Sarah Bell who had come ...
  • Maria Wilson Deforest Featherstone.
        Maria Wilson Deforest, married to John Featherstone. John Featherstone and his wife Jane and five children came from the county of Durham in England in 1829. They traveled for three months until they reached Lowville, where they stayed for the winter. In the spring of 1832, they moved to Drumquin ...
      Maria Wilson Deforest, married to John Featherstone. John Featherstone and his wife ...
  • The Old Middle Road Bridge Over Bronte Creek, ca1939-1940
        The old iron bridge, looking south from the new Merton bridge (Middle Rd.) & beneath it, the swimming hole. Circa 1939-1940 upon completion of the new QEW bridge. Lot 30 Con. 111 SDS (looking south from the road allowance, i.e. the line between Con. 11 & Con. 111.) Source, George ...
      The old iron bridge, looking south from the new Merton bridge (Middle ...
  • Hank and Isobel Ford, 1927 or 1928.
        Isobel’s dress was likely knit by her father, who had learned to knit as a pastime when he was confined to bed for a year following a back injury. Robert Ford was in a cast and unable to move, so he was placed in a “hospital bed” which could be ...
      Isobel’s dress was likely knit by her father, who had learned to ...
  • Jim, Isobel, and Hank Ford on a Sled.
        Jim, Isobel, and Hank Ford on a sled at their house on 5th line. “Growing up on a farm we always had things to do – we learned to skate on a pond or creek, rode horses, had hills to go sleigh riding. In the summer we swam in the ...
      Jim, Isobel, and Hank Ford on a sled at their house on ...
  • Hank Ford On A Horse
        Hank and Isobel sometimes rode this horse to and from their one-room school, S.S.#9 Coyne, which was over 2 miles away. Hank's father had also attended the same school. The Ford farm was on 5th Line at Lower Base Road, Trafalgar Township. Their house had been built by their Great-Grandfather ...
      Hank and Isobel sometimes rode this horse to and from their one-room ...
  • Isobel & Hank Ford With Two Collies
        Isobel Davison says, "One of these dogs was a pet named Gyp. The other was a working herd dog, simply called “Collie”. The dogs brought in the cows each night at 5 pm. All you had to say was “Go and get the cows, Collie”, and the dog would run ...
      Isobel Davison says, "One of these dogs was a pet named Gyp. ...
  • Wettlaufer Family Photo, Late 1940's
        Eckhardt Wetlauffer with his wife, Ethel, and his sisters. L-R; Charlotte Waterbury, (?), Rosetta Wilson, (?) Ada Hill, Eckhardt Wettlaufer, Ethel Wettlaufer. The younger men/lads in the photograph are likely the sons of Ethel and Eckhardt, Harold and George Wettlaufer.
      Eckhardt Wetlauffer with his wife, Ethel, and his sisters. L-R; Charlotte Waterbury, ...
  • Bert Langtry
        A photograph of Bert Langtry, as he was called, possibly taken at the time of his engagement to Annie McKay. The notice of Bert's death in the January 7, 1926 Milton Canadian Champion newspaper, page 3, col.5, says that their residence was on the Middle Road in Bronte (Merton area), ...
      A photograph of Bert Langtry, as he was called, possibly taken at ...
  • Postcard of Independent Order of Foresters Orphanage, Oakville, 1914-1943
        Orphanage, Oakville Ont.
      Orphanage, Oakville Ont.
  • Sixteen School, S.S. #16 Trafalgar, in May 2015
        In the spring and summer of 2015, the Trafalgar Township Historical Society took on the project of photographing the historic houses from the North Service Road north to Burnhamthorpe Road, from Ninth Line west to Tremaine Road. S.S. No. 16 schoolhouse sits on the west bank of the Sixteen Mile ...
      In the spring and summer of 2015, the Trafalgar Township Historical Society ...
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