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Jacob Walmart Covet
Jacob Walmart Covet
Jacob and Eliza Jane McInroy Covert 
 
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Jacob Wilmart Covert and Eliza Jane McInroy family
Jacob Wilmart Covert and Eliza Jane McInroy family
 
 
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Jacob Wilmart Covert and his wife Eliza Jane McInroy
Jacob Wilmart Covert and his wife Eliza Jane McInroy
 
 
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James Dewey
James Dewey
 
 
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James Drury and his wife Elizabeth McLauchlin
James Drury and his wife Elizabeth McLauchlin
 
 
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James Edward Newbatt - one of our earliest settlers 1862-1946
James Edward Newbatt - one of our earliest settlers 1862-1946
 
 
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James Edward Newbatt and his wife Isabel Kidd
James Edward Newbatt and his wife Isabel Kidd
 
 
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James McCrea and Elizabeth Golden
James McCrea and Elizabeth Golden
 
 
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James McCrea and his wife Elizabeth Golden McCrea
James McCrea and his wife Elizabeth Golden McCrea
 
 
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James Watson, husband of Priscilla Toms
James Watson, husband of Priscilla Toms
 
 
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Jane (Lewis) Storey
Jane (Lewis) Storey
 
 
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Janie Coe
Janie Coe
Janie (Coe) Hogan 
 
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Jean McGillivray, daughter of Hugh McGillivray
Jean McGillivray, daughter of Hugh McGillivray
 
 
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Jennie and Edward Tallman. She was the daughter of Charlotte and Alfred Fleming. Ed was a sawyer and camp foreman for Alf Willows
Jennie and Edward Tallman. She was the daughter of Charlotte and Alfred Fleming. Ed was a sawyer and camp foreman for Alf Willows
 
 
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Joe Dunford and his wife Mary (McCrea) and their family.
Joe Dunford and his wife Mary (McCrea) and their family.
Joe Dunford owned lot 35, conc. 16 in North Wilberforce. He later bought the Edward Buchanan property and spent the rest of his life here. 
 
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John & Elizabeth Noble and their family - John, Hartman, Francis & Ethel
John & Elizabeth Noble and their family - John, Hartman, Francis & Ethel
 
 
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John & Louisa (Sharpenburg) Watson settled in Tory Hill in 1909.
John & Louisa (Sharpenburg) Watson settled in Tory Hill in 1909.
John served as section foreman at Howland Junction, Irondale and Gooderham 
 
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John & Margaret McConnell & family
John & Margaret McConnell & family
They had 181 acres of land on lots 3 & 4, conc. 7. They had ten children 
 
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John (Jack) Sucee, his wife Elizabeth (Mundell) Sucee and daughter Hazel Sucee
John (Jack) Sucee, his wife Elizabeth (Mundell) Sucee and daughter Hazel Sucee
 
 
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John and Mary Ann Madill
John and Mary Ann Madill
They cleared and lived on lot 5, conc. 11, Monmouth from 1879 until their deaths in 1914. They had a family of 11 children. They were from County Armagh. 
 
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John and Minah Holmes with their children Ruby, Daisy, Leonard, Johnny, Minah Mildred and Leslie
John and Minah Holmes with their children Ruby, Daisy, Leonard, Johnny, Minah Mildred and Leslie
The Holmes family came to Monmouth township in the early 1900's, John purchased lot 34, conc. 16 on which the present hamlet of Wilberforce is built. 
 
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John Anderson who was the crown land agent in 1881. He was the first postmaster in Tory Hill.
John Anderson who was the crown land agent in 1881. He was the first postmaster in Tory Hill.
 
 
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John Dillman who operated a store in south Wilberforce
John Dillman who operated a store in south Wilberforce
 
 
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John Nelson Ragan
John Nelson Ragan
 
 
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John Parker seen here with his son Norman.
John Parker seen here with his son Norman.
The lived on lots 4 & 5, conc. 10 inn Hotspur in 1881. 
 
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Joseph Barnes family
Joseph Barnes family
Back row: Eric Adrian, Alfred George, Frederick John, Henry Leslie, Ellen Elizabeth, Joseph Edward.
Middle row: Hazel Henrietta.
Front row: father Joseph Barnes, mother Henrietta (Newbatt) Barnes, Laura Mabel 
 
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Joseph Marshall Sucee and his wife Edna Mabel (Brough) Sucee
Joseph Marshall Sucee and his wife Edna Mabel (Brough) Sucee
 
 
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Joseph Morrison and Margaret Madill
Joseph Morrison and Margaret Madill
 
 
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Joseph Watson, wife Elizabeth Bowen and daughter Eva in 1918
Joseph Watson, wife Elizabeth Bowen and daughter Eva in 1918
 
 
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L to R - Henry Ernst Riley, Ruth (Riley) Sharp, Rufus Alexander Riley.
L to R - Henry Ernst Riley, Ruth (Riley) Sharp, Rufus Alexander Riley.
Rufus Riley operated a boarding house. store and post office in Wilberforce. 
 
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Lewis Covert & Jean Bierwirth
Lewis Covert & Jean Bierwirth
 
 
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Lewis Walker Covert
Lewis Walker Covert
 
 
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Lloyd MacDuff
Lloyd MacDuff
 
 
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Lloyd MacDuff and Jean Lewis wedding
Lloyd MacDuff and Jean Lewis wedding
also in the photo - Bernie Lewis, Hilda Lewis 
 
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Logging Camp 1906 showing men from Essonville and Tory Hill area
Logging Camp 1906 showing men from Essonville and Tory Hill area
several names are listed 
 
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Lorne and Fay Sucee
Lorne and Fay Sucee
 
 
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Lorne and Yvonne (Gifford) Sucee
Lorne and Yvonne (Gifford) Sucee
with Ralph Switzer, Joyce Watson, Alvin Switzer 
 
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Lottie Parker
Lottie Parker
 
 
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Madill Settlement 1892
Madill Settlement 1892
 
 
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Madill Settlement 1892
Madill Settlement 1892
 
 
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Margaret Maguire, daughter of Jeremiah Maguire who lived on lot 11, concession 15 in Essonville in 1881. Margaret married William Dunford the eldest son of Richard Dunford of Wilberforce.
Margaret Maguire, daughter of Jeremiah Maguire who lived on lot 11, concession 15 in Essonville in 1881. Margaret married William Dunford the eldest son of Richard Dunford of Wilberforce.
 
 
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Marie (Turgeon) Peters
Marie (Turgeon) Peters
 
 
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Mary Bradley formerly Mary Noble who lived in Essonville in 1881. She later married John Bradley. Louise Dunford who was born in Wilberforce and later married Alex McCrea
Mary Bradley formerly Mary Noble who lived in Essonville in 1881. She later married John Bradley. Louise Dunford who was born in Wilberforce and later married Alex McCrea
 
 
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Mary Ellen Brough
Mary Ellen Brough
Mary Ellen Brough 
 
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Mary Ragan and Joe Campbell
Mary Ragan and Joe Campbell
 
 
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Matilda (Parker) Boyce
Matilda (Parker) Boyce
 
 
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McInroy/Chrysler/Hughey
McInroy/Chrysler/Hughey
 
 
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Melissa Ragan and Alex McInroy
Melissa Ragan and Alex McInroy
 
 
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Members of the Monmouth Volunteer Fire Dept in 1977. Fire chief, Floyd Tighe on extreme left
Members of the Monmouth Volunteer Fire Dept in 1977. Fire chief, Floyd Tighe on extreme left
 
 
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Milton James Brough
Milton James Brough
 
 
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Milton James Brough and his cousin Everard George Hughey
Milton James Brough and his cousin Everard George Hughey
 
 
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Milton James Brough and unidentified toddler
Milton James Brough and unidentified toddler
 
 
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Mr & Mrs Alex Riley and son Willie. The picture was taken at the Canadian National Exhibition in 1906
Mr & Mrs Alex Riley and son Willie. The picture was taken at the Canadian National Exhibition in 1906
 
 
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Mr & Mrs Frank Herlihey  who came to Tory Hill from Kinmount in 1919.
Mr & Mrs Frank Herlihey who came to Tory Hill from Kinmount in 1919.
Mr Herlihey ran a store and was a wood dealer. 
 
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Mr & Mrs Norman Dack
Mr & Mrs Norman Dack
Norman was a son of Thomas and Elizabeth who were early settlers in Monmouth. Norman married Myrtle Spier, a teacher at Tory Hill school in 1917 
 
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Mrs Charlotte Fleming, wife of Alfred Fleming of Wilberforce
Mrs Charlotte Fleming, wife of Alfred Fleming of Wilberforce
 
 
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Mrs Richard Dunford and Mrs James McCrea, grandmothers of Mrs John  Noble.
Mrs Richard Dunford and Mrs James McCrea, grandmothers of Mrs John Noble.
 
 
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North Wilberforce School about 1910
North Wilberforce School about 1910
 
 
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Oliver, David & George Watson WW1 soldiers
Oliver, David & George Watson WW1 soldiers
 
 
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Original Anderson's store which burned down in 1909
Original Anderson's store which burned down in 1909
 
 
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Phyllis Ames & Helen Richardson
Phyllis Ames & Helen Richardson
 
 
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Picnic - one of the Savanac boys, Ross Anderson, Wes Short, Mrs Magee, Mrs. Saul, Mary Dack,, Florence Short, Gena Blakely, Gerald Finlay and unidentified gentleman
Picnic - one of the Savanac boys, Ross Anderson, Wes Short, Mrs Magee, Mrs. Saul, Mary Dack,, Florence Short, Gena Blakely, Gerald Finlay and unidentified gentleman
 
 
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Reg Schofield
Reg Schofield
 
 
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Richard Succee and Jane (McGregor) Succee
Richard Succee and Jane (McGregor) Succee
 
 
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Riley's boarding house, store and post office, Wilberforce
Riley's boarding house, store and post office, Wilberforce
sign in window at left reads "Post Office"
poster at right reads "De Neelands, Dentist"
This building was built in 1910 after the previous store and boarding house burned down. The building was sold in 1919 to the Mulloys who sold to Agnews. The building burned down in the 1920's. 
 
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Robert Huff
Robert Huff
 
 
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Robert Stewart Hadley
Robert Stewart Hadley
WW2 Service File photograph 
 
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Robert Watson, son of Joseph Watson and Elizabeth Bowen
Robert Watson, son of Joseph Watson and Elizabeth Bowen
 
 
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Roy and Edith Storey
Roy and Edith Storey
 
 
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Sarginson family
Sarginson family
 
 
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Shanty that was the first home of the Maguires c1877
Shanty that was the first home of the Maguires c1877
 
 
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Stanley Grant Watson
Stanley Grant Watson
Veteran WW II with the 7th Anti-Tank Regiment 
 
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Stanley McCrea and Muriel Stephenson
Stanley McCrea and Muriel Stephenson
25th Wedding Anniversary 
 
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Sucee and Lewis Families
Sucee and Lewis Families
 
 
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Sucee Women
Sucee Women
 
 
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Sunday School picnic at Grace Lake Beach about 1919
Sunday School picnic at Grace Lake Beach about 1919
 
 
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Teresa Peacock, Theo Peacock and Annie Carmichael c1946
Teresa Peacock, Theo Peacock and Annie Carmichael c1946
 
 
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The Ackleys arrived in Monmouth in the early 1900s. Howard Ackley is the baby in the picture. He married Hattie Liscombe and they lived on Fleming Rd.
The Ackleys arrived in Monmouth in the early 1900s. Howard Ackley is the baby in the picture. He married Hattie Liscombe and they lived on Fleming Rd.
Left to right back - Nellie Washburn, Andy Liscombe, Maudie Washburn
front - Jennie Washburn, Edward Ackley, Howard Ackley, Effie Washburn 
 
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The Barnes family - L to R back - Eric, Fred, George, Leslie, Ellen Edward Front - Joseph, Hazel, Henrietta, Laura
The Barnes family - L to R back - Eric, Fred, George, Leslie, Ellen Edward Front - Joseph, Hazel, Henrietta, Laura
 
 
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The Croft Family - Back Row - Herbert Barker, David Croft, Wilfred Croft. Front Row - Doreen Croft, May Croft, Mel Croft
The Croft Family - Back Row - Herbert Barker, David Croft, Wilfred Croft. Front Row - Doreen Croft, May Croft, Mel Croft
 
 
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The Day family - Albert, Elizabeth, Edith. Muriel and Joe at their farmhouse at Day's Lake, Tory Hill
The Day family - Albert, Elizabeth, Edith. Muriel and Joe at their farmhouse at Day's Lake, Tory Hill
Albert Day served as Reeve, Warden of the County and School Trustee 
 
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The Finlay family - Edmund, Gerald, Hilliard, Maud, baby Ria & Donald
The Finlay family - Edmund, Gerald, Hilliard, Maud, baby Ria & Donald
 
 
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The Godfrey Family - The Back Row -  Mary, Everett,Clifford, Hazel, Royce and Vincent
The Front Row - Clarence, Lottie, Gertie and Mandley
The Godfrey Family - The Back Row - Mary, Everett,Clifford, Hazel, Royce and Vincent The Front Row - Clarence, Lottie, Gertie and Mandley
 
 
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The Marshalls - R to L - Lorne, Neoma, Ethel, Bob, Orma, Helen & Tommy
The Marshalls - R to L - Lorne, Neoma, Ethel, Bob, Orma, Helen & Tommy
 
 
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The Webber Family - back row L to R - Bert. John, Flora Marshall, Mary, Isobel Fleming & George. Front row -  Willie, Jane, George & Ethel
The Webber Family - back row L to R - Bert. John, Flora Marshall, Mary, Isobel Fleming & George. Front row - Willie, Jane, George & Ethel
 
 
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this is a photo of William R Curry, camp cook and his wife Jessie Ellen (Barr),their daughter Ethel and their son Ronald. The mother and daughter on the left are Mrs McPhadden and her daughter Linetta.
this is a photo of William R Curry, camp cook and his wife Jessie Ellen (Barr),their daughter Ethel and their son Ronald. The mother and daughter on the left are Mrs McPhadden and her daughter Linetta.
W R Curry and his wife were born in Irondale and moved to Tory Hill in 1904.Their family lived in Tory Hill for two years and then moved to Haliburton where he purchased a livery stable and lumbering business. This was later developed into an automobile dealership.
 
 
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This is Annie who served as postmistress at Tory Hill. She was the wife of John Anderson.
This is Annie who served as postmistress at Tory Hill. She was the wife of John Anderson.
 
 
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This is the home of George Barnes. He is seen here with his team of horses. The lady is Laura (Barnes) Baker. The man with the bowl is Fred Hamblin, at far right is Bill Maughan.
This is the home of George Barnes. He is seen here with his team of horses. The lady is Laura (Barnes) Baker. The man with the bowl is Fred Hamblin, at far right is Bill Maughan.
 
 
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This photo shows the sawmill in the village around 1910
This photo shows the sawmill in the village around 1910
The mill was located on the present site of the new Wilberforce Veneer and Lumber Co. factory which was officially opened on October 8, 1980 
 
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Thomas Foster, his wife Della Drury and their son Thomas Foster Jr. Foster
Thomas Foster, his wife Della Drury and their son Thomas Foster Jr. Foster
 
 
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Thomas J Watson Jr and children
Thomas J Watson Jr and children
 
 
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Thomas Watson and his wife Susan Robinson
Thomas Watson and his wife Susan Robinson
 
 
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Tom McInroy
Tom McInroy
 
 
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Tressa Dillman and Howard Croft
Tressa Dillman and Howard Croft
 
 
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Victoria Rains who later married Ross Agnew.
Victoria Rains who later married Ross Agnew.
 
 
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Walter McConnell and Isabelle McCrea
Walter McConnell and Isabelle McCrea
 
 
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Wellington Bowen and his wife Annie Watson
Wellington Bowen and his wife Annie Watson
 
 
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Wilberforce General Store owned and operated by Fred and Mary Ellen Agnew. The store was originally built for Alec Riley.
Wilberforce General Store owned and operated by Fred and Mary Ellen Agnew. The store was originally built for Alec Riley.
 
 
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Wilberforce School built in 1911 to replace the old frame school that stood where Terrace Inn is now.
Wilberforce School built in 1911 to replace the old frame school that stood where Terrace Inn is now.
 
 
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Wilberforce village sawmill c1910
Wilberforce village sawmill c1910
Ed Tallman, Charlie McMahon, Grandpa Washburn, Joe McCoy, Joseph McCoy (Sisson), Len Fleming, Bill Fleming, Art Fleming, George Miller Sr., Andrew Liscombe Sr.,  
 

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