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  • Smith Family, Turn of Century
    Image       The Smiths left New Jersey as United Empire Loyalists settling in the Niagara/Grimsby area by 1787. John Durlin Smith was given the 200 acre farm on Lot 34, Con. 1, SDS by his father, Isaac Smith, who remained in Grimsby Township. John D. Smith and his new wife, Margaret, received ...
    Image     The Smiths left New Jersey as United Empire Loyalists settling in the Niagara/Grimsby area by 1787. John Durlin Smith was given the 200 acre farm on Lot 34, Con. 1, ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Family of Walker and Keturah Smith
    ImageText       "Page 2" of this record is the back of the photograph where the people are identified. Top back row standing left to right is: Mrs. W. Smith (Keturah nee Inglehart), Mr. Walker Smith her husband, Mr. David McLaren and his wife Mrs. Amanda McLaren, sister of Walker. Sitting left to ...
    ImageText     "Page 2" of this record is the back of the photograph where the people are identified. Top back row standing left to right is: Mrs. W. Smith (Keturah nee Inglehart), ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • John Durlan and Margaret Smith
    ImageText       Mr. & Mrs. John Durlin Smith, parents of Mr. Walker Smith, Palermo
    ImageText     Mr. & Mrs. John Durlin Smith, parents of Mr. Walker Smith, Palermo
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Isaac and Hannah Smith
    Image       Isaac's parents had been British Loyalists who came to the Niagara penninsula and settled in Grimsby Township, in the area of Tansley. The family was large, bringing 4 children with 8 more children born in Upper Canada. Isaac was their oldest son. Isaac received the land titles to various lots ...
    Image     Isaac's parents had been British Loyalists who came to the Niagara penninsula and settled in Grimsby Township, in the area of Tansley. The family was large, bringing 4 children with ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
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John D. Smith Family, Palermo


John D. Smith and family settled on Lot 34, Conc.1 SDS in 1831. The property remained in the family and was farmed until about 1972 when the land was taken for Bronte Creek Provincial Park. The house address was 3340 Dundas Street West, Oakville. Records pertaining to the families who lived on this property and/or are descendants or relatives can be in this group.