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  • War Medals of John Thomas Moulding
    ImageText       The medals are described here, from left to right. 1. Front of medal: along the top is written, South African. Britannia holds the Union Flag and a laurel wreath. In the background are troops marching to the coast and also war ships. Attached to the medal top are the names ...
    ImageText     The medals are described here, from left to right. 1. Front of medal: along the top is written, South African. Britannia holds the Union Flag and a laurel wreath. In ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Jack and Jennie Moulding, 1945
    Image       Jennie's family had come to Oakville, Trafalgar Township in 1840 from Ireland because of the potato famine. Jennie was a singer and met Jack through their church. As a young groom, working for the Gerard family of Garswood Hall, Ashton-in-Makerfield, Lancashire, he had driven the family each week to church ...
    Image     Jennie's family had come to Oakville, Trafalgar Township in 1840 from Ireland because of the potato famine. Jennie was a singer and met Jack through their church. As a young ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Men of Cox Stables
    Image       John Thomas, called Jack, Moulding, was a highly respected stable manager and horseman. In 1910, he was asked by Herbert Cox, a Canadian financier with a great interest and love of horses, to come from England to look after the family hunters, polo ponies, riding and carriage horses with stables, ...
    Image     John Thomas, called Jack, Moulding, was a highly respected stable manager and horseman. In 1910, he was asked by Herbert Cox, a Canadian financier with a great interest and love ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • John Thomas (Jack) Moulding Jumping Lucy Grey
    Image       Jack Moulding, was a highly valued stable manager and horseman. His experience began in Lancashire, England working with carriage horses, family riding horses and hunters. He had considerable war experience in the Boer War which increased his knowledge of horses as a soldier/batman in the Lancashire Hussars Yeomanry Cavalry. In ...
    Image     Jack Moulding, was a highly valued stable manager and horseman. His experience began in Lancashire, England working with carriage horses, family riding horses and hunters. He had considerable war experience ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • John Thomas (Jack) Moulding Jumping, The Great War
    Image       Mr. David Fearnley, a historian in Lancashire, England, writes: John Thomas Moulding joined the Lancashire Hussars Yeomanry Cavalry on 1/2/1897 and was in the regiment for 6 years. He was born in Wigan, in 1879, a son of Thomas Kinder Moulding and his wife Anne (or Ann). In the 1881 ...
    Image     Mr. David Fearnley, a historian in Lancashire, England, writes: John Thomas Moulding joined the Lancashire Hussars Yeomanry Cavalry on 1/2/1897 and was in the regiment for 6 years. He was ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Joan Moulding and Pony Punch
    Image       Joan Moulding, age 3 years and 2 months on her pony, Punch. Joan's father was John Thomas, called Jack, Moulding, widely respected stable manager and horseman. In Oakville, they lived on the Cox family estate as Jack had come from England in 1910 to look after the family hunters, polo ...
    Image     Joan Moulding, age 3 years and 2 months on her pony, Punch. Joan's father was John Thomas, called Jack, Moulding, widely respected stable manager and horseman. In Oakville, they lived ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Kenneth Marlatt & Private Moulding, 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles, World War I.
    ImageText       This picture postcard shows, on the left, Kenneth Marlatt of Oakville. Kenneth was a Captain in the 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles, a cavalry unit which participated in many of the most famous battles of the First World War. A good history of the 4th CMR can be found at http://www.4cmr.com/regt.htm ...
    ImageText     This picture postcard shows, on the left, Kenneth Marlatt of Oakville. Kenneth was a Captain in the 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles, a cavalry unit which participated in many of the ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
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Moulding Family, Oakville