Oakville Images
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Year:  1912  Geographic Location:  Oakville   Sort by:  Relevance
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Colborne Street East, Oakville, Ont.: postcard. 
Image  1914?  Now Lakeshore Road East. Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville is the church building on the main street.
Oakville Public Library
Norman Evans, b.1898 
Image    Norman Evans, born in England, was orphaned and sent with his younger brother, William Gordon Evans, to the Independent Order of Foresters orphanage at 53 Bond Street, Oakville in late 1911. Their great nephew is Mr. Andrew McBain of Cheshire, UK who contacted the Trafalgar Township Historical...
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
William Gordon Evans, b.1901 
Image    William Gordon Evans, b.1901, born in England, was orphaned and sent with his older brother, Norman Evans, to the Independent Order of Foresters orphanage at 53 Bond Street, Oakville in late 1911. Their great nephew is Mr. Andrew McBain of Cheshire, UK who contacted the Trafalgar Township...
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,...
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
Leaver Family Bible 
ImageText    This family bible was given to "Mrs. Samuel Leaver" by her husband, "Mr. Samuel Leaver" on December 31, 1885. They had married in the town of Oakville on March 30, 1881. Jane was an Oakville girl and Samuel was from the Munn's Corners area, a farmer. This family bible is so worn and patched,...
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
Brooman Family Home 
Image  Summer 1912,   Charles Brooman relaxes on the front steps of the family home while Louisa Brooman and Miss Reynolds look on.
Oakville Public Library
Brooman Family Home 
Image  Summer 1912,   This is the house where Ronnie and Teddy Brooman were born, in 1913 and 1922 respectively.
Oakville Public Library
The Broomans on the Steps of the Family Home 
Image  1912,   On the top step sit Winnie and Jack Brooman, one step below is Mamma (Louisa Brooman). Phyl Brooman sits at the bottom and Dadda (Charles Brooman) stands.
Oakville Public Library
Enjoying the Sunlight 
Image  ca 1920,   The woman is though to be Jenny McMillan Cavers, wife of John Cavers at Dungannon, the home of W.S. Davis.
Oakville Public Library

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