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Alexander Gibb With His Grandchildren.

Alexander Gibbs with his grandchildren from his first marriage to Janet Bannerman (died 1851).

Top Row, left to right: Ada McDonald, Elwood (Doc) Walker, Ida Walker Hughes, Simon Fraser, Bessie Fraser, George Walker, Christina McDonald, Norman Walker.

Middle Row: Janet Ann McDonald, Alexander Gibb (grandfather), Janet Bannerman (1st wife), Dollena McDonald, Alex Fraser.

Front Row: Bryant Fraser, Ruby Fraser Lloyd.

Connie Hughes

The UN Memorial Cemetery

The basket of gorgeous red roses provided by Mr. Yu-Chui Park, Ph.D., The Minister of Patriots and Veterans Affairs to be placed at the grave of "Lieutenant M.C. Vipond," at The UN Memorial Cemetery in Busan, Korea. The beautiful arm spray or roses, mums etc. all done in yellow tones was from David, Lorraine and Sarah Mantle.

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Mr. & Mrs. Earl Rowe

The Honourable William Earl Rowe, Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario from 1963-1968, and his wife Treva Lennox.

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Keith Saint

  • CA BWGPL OS9970
  • 1933

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Harrison Family

  • CA BWGPL OS9982

Edwin, Catherine and their son John Harrison.

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Ferguson Hirons House

  • CA BWGPL OS9994

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

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Armson/Wood House

Armson - Wood House on the south half of Lot 5, Concession 7. William Armson came to West Gwillimbury in 1820 and was granted a 200 acre piece of land (Lot 5, Con. 7). The home pictured was built of mud brick by the Armson family. Robert Wood bought it in 1881 and it was still in the Wood family in 2004. This photograph is thought to have been taken around 1890.

Left to Right: Joe Reynolds, Joseph Wood Sr.(Joe's grandfather), Addison with the dog (young child in front), Jean W. (child) with Ada, Robert W. (Joe's father), William Wood (in Mrs. Joseph Wood's arms), Susan Wood (Mrs. Russell Stone), Alex on the horse.

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Auld Kirk

The front of the Auld Kirk in the Scotch Settlement, built in 1869.

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