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  • Enjoying the Sunlight
    Image       The woman is though to be Jenny McMillan Cavers, wife of John Cavers at Dungannon, the home of W.S. Davis.
    Image     The woman is though to be Jenny McMillan Cavers, wife of John Cavers at Dungannon, the home of W.S. Davis.
    Oakville Public Library
  • A Gathering in the Sunroom
    Image       The young girl sitting in the back on the right is believed to Margaret 'Peg' Langmuir. The older woman in front of her may be Jenny McMillan Cavers.
    Image     The young girl sitting in the back on the right is believed to Margaret 'Peg' Langmuir. The older woman in front of her may be Jenny McMillan Cavers.
    Oakville Public Library
  • Picnic in the Meadow
    Image       W.S. Davis picnics in the meadow with three unidentified women.
    Image     W.S. Davis picnics in the meadow with three unidentified women.
    Oakville Public Library
  • Roadside Picnic
    Image       From left to right are: Jean Cavers, Agnes Cavers Davis and husband W.S. Davis, Lynne Cavers and two unidentified children.
    Image     From left to right are: Jean Cavers, Agnes Cavers Davis and husband W.S. Davis, Lynne Cavers and two unidentified children.
    Oakville Public Library
  • Time for a Picnic
    Image       From right to left are: Marie Cavers Langmuir, Agnes Cavers Davis, Margaret 'Peg' Langmuir and Davis boys, John Douglas 'Dud' and Jim. It is believed that the woman bending over is Isabel Langmuir.
    Image     From right to left are: Marie Cavers Langmuir, Agnes Cavers Davis, Margaret 'Peg' Langmuir and Davis boys, John Douglas 'Dud' and Jim. It is believed that the woman bending over ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Langmuir Summer Home
    Image       This house lies at the foot of Trafalgar Road in Oakville and was Ed Langmuir's summer home. In this photo it appears to be closed for the winter.
    Image     This house lies at the foot of Trafalgar Road in Oakville and was Ed Langmuir's summer home. In this photo it appears to be closed for the winter.
    Oakville Public Library
  • The Langmuir Sisters in Group Photo
    Image       From left to right are: Jean Cavers, Janet Langmuir, Margaret Elmslie, Agnes Davis, Marion Elmslie, Lynn Cavers, Grace Elmslie, Isabel Langmuir Grant and Mary Greig. In front are Margaret 'Peg' Langmuir Greig with Ted Grieg and Beth Grant.
    Image     From left to right are: Jean Cavers, Janet Langmuir, Margaret Elmslie, Agnes Davis, Marion Elmslie, Lynn Cavers, Grace Elmslie, Isabel Langmuir Grant and Mary Greig. In front are Margaret 'Peg' ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Time for a Picnic
    Image       Pictured from left to right are: Jim Davis, W.S. Davis, John Douglas 'Dud' Davis, Isabel Langmuir, Margaret 'Peg' Langmuir, Agnes Cavers Davis and Marie Cavers Langmuir.
    Image     Pictured from left to right are: Jim Davis, W.S. Davis, John Douglas 'Dud' Davis, Isabel Langmuir, Margaret 'Peg' Langmuir, Agnes Cavers Davis and Marie Cavers Langmuir.
    Oakville Public Library
  • Dungannon
    Image       Dungannon was the Davis family home. Located at 40 First Street it was built by William Francis Romain in 1855, a long serving Councilor and Mayor. The Davis family took residence during the 1900s and W.S. Davis played a large role in the growth of the town. He was Mayor ...
    Image     Dungannon was the Davis family home. Located at 40 First Street it was built by William Francis Romain in 1855, a long serving Councilor and Mayor. The Davis family took ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • A McLaughlin-Buick
    Image       Reverse-Oakville McLaughlin Buick
    Image     Reverse-Oakville McLaughlin Buick
    Oakville Public Library
  • Family Picture
    Image       From left to right are: Jim Grant (husband of Isabel), Isabel Langmuir Grant, Ken Greig (husband of Peg), Margaret 'Peg' Langmuir Greig, Jean Cavers, Janet Langmuir, Agnes Davis, Lynne Cavers, Marie Cavers Langmuir and W.S. Davis.
    Image     From left to right are: Jim Grant (husband of Isabel), Isabel Langmuir Grant, Ken Greig (husband of Peg), Margaret 'Peg' Langmuir Greig, Jean Cavers, Janet Langmuir, Agnes Davis, Lynne Cavers, ...
    Oakville Public Library
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The Davis and Langmuir Families


W.S. Davis played an important role in Oakville's history, acting as mayor between 1908 and 1909 and owner of many businesses in Oakville as well. W.S. Davis married Agnes Cavers in 1904. Agnes' sister Marie was married to Edwin Langmuir.