Lakes and Islands, Times Past
Fred Alford and James Simmons
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
Black and white photograph of Fred Alford (1877 - 1951) and James Simmons (1877 - 1957), hunting in Chaffey's Lock, Ontario in October, 1909. Fred Alford's home later became Dorothy's Fishing Lodge at Chaffey's Lock. His wife, Rose Simmons, was the sister of James Simmons. He was a carpenter and stone mason. He was also well-known for building local homes/cottages.
James Simmons (known as J.W. to everyone) was the owner of Simmons Resort and well-known local Conservative.
Date of Publication
Oct 1909
Subject(s)
Local identifier
[Internal Record #: MS9028]
Collection
Laishley Collection
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.58342 Longitude: -76.31609
Contact
Rideau Lakes Public Library
Email:rideaulakeshistory@gmail.com
Website:
Agency street/mail address:
P.O. Box 189
26 Halladay St.
Elgin, Ontario
K0G 1E0
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Fred Alford and James Simmons


Black and white photograph of Fred Alford (1877 - 1951) and James Simmons (1877 - 1957), hunting in Chaffey's Lock, Ontario in October, 1909. Fred Alford's home later became Dorothy's Fishing Lodge at Chaffey's Lock. His wife, Rose Simmons, was the sister of James Simmons. He was a carpenter and stone mason. He was also well-known for building local homes/cottages.
James Simmons (known as J.W. to everyone) was the owner of Simmons Resort and well-known local Conservative.