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  • 21 Dundas Street West, ca2007
        This house was demolished in 2007. It was on the northwest corner of Sixth Line and Dundas, Oakville according to the Town of Oakville Heritage Planner. You can see the water damage along the eaves, the broken window and disrepair of this empty house with its old sheds behind.
      This house was demolished in 2007. It was on the northwest corner ...
  • 41 Dundas Street, Oakville
        Several photographs prepared for the Town of Oakville review of the farmhouse at 41 Dundas Street East. The black and white photo was taken in 1977, the others including the interior, in 2012. It stands just east of Munn's United Church at 6th Line and Dundas. A link to a ...
      Several photographs prepared for the Town of Oakville review of the farmhouse ...
  • Photographs of 38 Dundas Street West, Oakville, Ontario
        5 photographs of 38 Dundas Street West, Concession 1 Lot 16 SDS. This is on the southwest corner of Munn's Corners in Oakville. (Google Maps confuses this with Dundas West, Mississauga. In Oakville, "west" means west of Sixth Line.) You can also see this house as it was in 1972 ...
      5 photographs of 38 Dundas Street West, Concession 1 Lot 16 SDS. ...
  • 1970's Photographs of 384 Dundas Street West, Oakville, Ontario
        384 Dundas Street West is well west of Sixth Line, just west of today's Towne Blvd. It is Lot 19 Concession 1, SDS. In 1862 according to the Robert Warnock book, A Sketch of the County of Halton Canada West, William Y. Pettit lived on Lot 19 Concession 1, SDS ...
      384 Dundas Street West is well west of Sixth Line, just west ...
  • Munn's Public School, 1960's
        Between 1950 and 1970, Ontario school boards centralized the public schools in their jurisdiction. The old one or two room "S.S" (School Section) schools were closed as sleek, multi-roomed modern schools were built. Daniel Munn, who owned the land around Sixth Line and Dundas Street that eventually became the hamlet ...
      Between 1950 and 1970, Ontario school boards centralized the public schools in ...
  • Township of Trafalgar Police Boys Band, Diary August 1956 to January 1958
        The Police force of Trafalgar Township started a marching band in 1956. Bandmaster was Constable John Robson. Harry Wilson, Trafalgar Police Inspector, was band manager. Trafalgar policeman, George Stalkfish also taught how to play the instruments. In this record is a copy of the 52 page diary kept by Ted ...
      The Police force of Trafalgar Township started a marching band in 1956. ...
  • Munn's School, S.S. #3A, 1950's
        The banner reads: Munn's School S.S. No. 3A Trafalgar
      The banner reads: Munn's School S.S. No. 3A Trafalgar
  • Munn's Church
        This photograph was taken by a member of the Biggar family, unfortunately undated but sometime between 1910 and 1960. This is the brick building erected in 1898. The photograph is prior to the widening of Dundas in the mid-1970s which saw the church physically moved; this building is in the ...
      This photograph was taken by a member of the Biggar family, unfortunately ...
  • Postville Farm Forum, 1953
        Based on several articles about this farm association in Milton's The Canadian Champion newspaper, the Postville Farm Forum was formed in 1948 for the farming community around the intersection of Seventh Line with Highway 5, in the old Trafalgar Township. Once known as Postville, the intersection was later known as ...
      Based on several articles about this farm association in Milton's The Canadian ...
  • Barber Family Children With Neighbourhood Friends, Lot 9, Concession 1 NDS, Late 1940s
        Frances Barber says that her family lived on the Dundas Highway from the spring of 1946 to late in 1949. She remembers going inside an old, dark, dusty abandoned building with her brothers and other neighbourhood children. On the floor of this old building were shoe heels and soles as ...
      Frances Barber says that her family lived on the Dundas Highway from ...
  • Wilbert and Hettie Biggar, Cousin Cecil Reid
        Jennie and Hettie had married in a double wedding ceremony at the church in Munn's Corners in 1883, Trafalgar Township. Jenny marrying William Henry Reid, a family cousin. The Reids then went west to Manitoba with William Henry Spearin according to family descendents, living first in a "soddy" or sod ...
      Jennie and Hettie had married in a double wedding ceremony at the ...
  • 2003 Photograph of 32 Dundas Street East, The Munn Family House
        Mr. Chas. Munn, RR No 1, Oakville Ontario. The postmark is Toronto, June 8, 1937.
      Mr. Chas. Munn, RR No 1, Oakville Ontario. The postmark is Toronto, ...
  • Wilbert and Hettie Biggar, Jennie Reid
        Jennie is to our left with Albert and Hettie in the centre. The woman on the right is unknown but could perhaps be Jennie's daughter, Edna Mildred (Reid) Spearin. There is no information with the photograph to say if this was taken at Glenclare Farm in Trafalgar Township, the home ...
      Jennie is to our left with Albert and Hettie in the centre. ...
  • Lois, Martha, Kathryn Biggar at Glenclare Farm
        The girls are feeding the turkeys at Glenclare Farm, their home. The picture was taken circa 1934.
      The girls are feeding the turkeys at Glenclare Farm, their home. The ...
  • Munn Sisters
        From left to right: Eliza, Jenny, Hettie, Millie. Eldest sister Eliza never married and lived with Millie. Millie married Robert Munn, schoolmaster. Hettie and her sister Jane, called Jennie, married in a double wedding ceremony. Jennie went to Manitoba where her husband, William Henry Reid, was homesteading. Hettie married Albert ...
      From left to right: Eliza, Jenny, Hettie, Millie. Eldest sister Eliza never ...
  • The Biggar Family of Glenclare Farm
        Albert, Hettie, Wilbert Ethel & Kids is the label on this photo in the family album. Albert and Hettie are on our right, slightly in behind Harold, Russell is tucked between Harold and Ethel, Lois is between her parents, and in front are twins Martha and Kathryn (who have been ...
      Albert, Hettie, Wilbert Ethel & Kids is the label on this photo ...
  • Binding Hay At Glenclare Farm
        Wilbert Biggar is driving the tractor and grandson Harold Biggar can be seen on the hay binder, Hettie Biggar is to our right behind the tractor. The hay binder takes the hay, bundles it into a sheaf and ties binder twine around it. Harold has put his hat on a ...
      Wilbert Biggar is driving the tractor and grandson Harold Biggar can be ...
  • The Family of Ethel and Wilbert Bigger
        Two photographs of the family. Wilbert is not in the main record photograph - perhaps he is the photographer. In the main record photograph, eldest daughter Lois is far right to Ethel, next is Russell, then Ethel with eldest child Harold on Ethel's left, twins Martha and Kathryn are in ...
      Two photographs of the family. Wilbert is not in the main record ...
  • Ernie and Ettie Hopper
        Portrait by |Barret Studio Toronto.
      Portrait by |Barret Studio Toronto.
  • Hettie Munn and Grandchildren
        A Biggar family album page showing Hettie with her grandchildren. Hettie had been educated at the Wesleyan Female College for young women in Hamilton, she was an accomplished musician and played for the church until forced to stop at age 98, she helped manage the successful family farm and property ...
      A Biggar family album page showing Hettie with her grandchildren. Hettie had ...
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