Young Women of Johnston and Norton Families of Glen Williams
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- Ann Jane (Johnston) Norton is surounded by the girls of the Johnston/Norton families. Gertie, Ethel and Maud Johnston stand behind her. On her left are her daughters Maud and Erma. Sitting on the floor is Ida on the left and Elizabeth Johnson on the right.
- Ann Jane Johnston married Theophilus Norton on July 18, 1876. They met at Castlemore Public School in Peel County where Ann Jane was a pupil and he came as the first teacher.
Ann Jane Johnston was born on Lot 11 Con 11 Toronto Gore Township, Peel County. The farm was called Silver Maples Farm. Her parents were David Johnston and Elizabeth Stretton. She died at Red Deer, Alberta.
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- Theophilus (Theophlas or Theopholes in Census records) Norton, b. December 6, 1845 in Peel County, Ontario. d. January 7, 1907.
Anne (on her grave headstone, Ann is "Anne") Jane (Johnston) as per her daughter's obituary she was called "Jennie", b. 1846 d. December 9, 1938.
Elizabeth Ida Norton, born either August 15, 1878 or 1877, d. March 9, 1962.
Margaret Maud Norton, b. February or March 28, 1880. d. May 4, 1925.
Mable Erma (Norton) Williams, b. June 6, 1881 in Glen Williams. d. December 9, 1947 in Red Deer, Alberta
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- Trafalgar Township Historical Society
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- Women of Johnston and Norton Families of Glen Williams
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
Trafalgar Township Historical Society Sponsor: Jeff Knoll, Local & Regional Councillor for Oakville Ward 5 – Town of Oakville/Regional Municipality of Halton