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Alan riding log

  • CA BWGPL OS11409
  • 1961

Allan Faris riding log being taken to McArthur Sawmill.

Alfred Dennis

  • CA BWGPL OS11067

Alfred Dennis owner of Lukes mill on Holand st.

Alonzo Williams

  • CA BWGPL OS9757

Alonzo Williams with his prize winning cow. If you have any additional information about this photo please contact the library at 905-775-3328.

Amos West's Home

  • CA BWGPL OS10881

Amos West's house showing Lower Landing, Lot 118W. Samuel Wilmot 1811.

An Innisfil Original, Part 3 Churches

  • CA BWGPL PH26679

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Community : Innisfil
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Description : At Churchill was the Episopalian Church. Although, I was baptized in that church, or rather in the old plastered church, in my early days I didn't know much about it. Jennie (or Jimie) Mathers was the choir leader and was an exceptionally good singer. There used to be preaching in James Sloan's wagon shop on a Sunday evening. For seats they used wagon hubs set on end, with planks on top, and a small table for a pulpit. About two miles to the south, we had Zion Church, where the cemetery now is. The ministers came from Bradford. They never seemed to get a grip of the people as they should have, Bethel Towse was the leading factor at this place. The Presbyterian Church at Cherry Creek held services at half past ten in the forenoon. A large crowd of people came here to worship God. A man called Alex Johnson led the singing. There was no musical instrument in use. Some good preachers came here. The folk came mostly from the north, some in double buggies and some in wagons. There was no Presbyterian church was built at Churchill, the Cherry Creek appointment was soon closed. The Church was moved a little to the south and is now (1932) used for a restaurant and service station. Across the road and a little to the north, we come to the Methodist Church, a frame structure with clapboard and three windows on each side. The top of the windows were fan-Shaped before the church was built, they had services in the school house.

Andrew Neilly

  • CA BWGPL OS9517

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Andrews Family

  • CA BWGPL OS9647
  • 1936

Walter and Eva Andrews with son Harold in 1936.

Andrews Family

  • CA BWGPL OS9779

Kyle Andrews with children Katie and Ezra.

Andrews Farm

  • CA BWGPL OS10058

Walter Andrews Farm House. If you have any additional information about this photo please contact the library at 905-775-3328.

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