Settlers of Highlands East

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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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Wilfred Croft and family
Wilfred Croft and family
Back row: Herbert Barker (May's son from her first marriage in England), David Croft, Wilfred Croft
Front row: Doreen Croft, May (Schofield) Croft, Mel Croft. 
 
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William (Bill) Ayotte 1949
William (Bill) Ayotte 1949
 
 
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William (Bill) Ayotte 1951
William (Bill) Ayotte 1951
with granddaughter Betty (Ayotte) McCormack 
 
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William (Bill) Baumhour
William (Bill) Baumhour
 
 
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William and Ellen Hadley settled in Monmouth Twp. before 1881.
William and Ellen Hadley settled in Monmouth Twp. before 1881.
William had 183 acres of land on lots 4 A7 5, conc. 8. The thriving little settlement of Hadlington was nameed after Joseph Hadley who owned and operated a store, ran a sawmill and was postmaster. 
 
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William Chrysler
William Chrysler
 
 
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William George Lee and his six children
William George Lee and his six children
 
 
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William George Lee and his wife Lucy Lee
William George Lee and his wife Lucy Lee
Wedding Photo 
 
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William graham received a land grant in Monmouth in 1881. This is a portrait of his daughter Alice who was the first wife of Ezra Ames
William graham received a land grant in Monmouth in 1881. This is a portrait of his daughter Alice who was the first wife of Ezra Ames
 
 
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William Halek and Madeline Lee
William Halek and Madeline Lee
 
 
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William Henry Ragan
William Henry Ragan
 
 
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William Henry Ragan and Susan Mariah Tallman
William Henry Ragan and Susan Mariah Tallman
 
 
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William Howard Ackley & Hattie May Liscombe family
William Howard Ackley & Hattie May Liscombe family
 
 
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William Hughey family
William Hughey family
This formal photo of the William Hughey family was probably taken around 1910 near the family farm in Wilberforce.
Seated L to R are son Robert Roy, William Hughey, daughter Pauline, wife Hellen Charlotte (Nellie) nee Paull, daughter Annis. Standing at rear are son Walton, daughter Ethel, son William Jr., and daughter Mable, whose mother Melissa (nee Barragar) died circa 1898. 
 
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William James Boyce and his wife Matilda (Parker) Boyce homesteaded on lots 18 & 19, concession 10
William James Boyce and his wife Matilda (Parker) Boyce homesteaded on lots 18 & 19, concession 10
 
 
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William John Earle and his first wife Ida Mae Somerville
William John Earle and his first wife Ida Mae Somerville
1901 Wedding Photo  
 
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William John Earle and his second wife Louisa Beatrice Sanders
William John Earle and his second wife Louisa Beatrice Sanders
1915 Wedding Photo 
 
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William Lee and his wife Mary Jane Pollard
William Lee and his wife Mary Jane Pollard
 
 
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William R Curry, Jessie Ellen (Barr), Ethel and Ronald.
William R Curry, Jessie Ellen (Barr), Ethel and Ronald.
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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William Riley and his wife Harriet Mansley with children Ruth, Julia and Alexander.
William Riley and his wife Harriet Mansley with children Ruth, Julia and Alexander.
Picture taken in May 1865 at Halifax,England just before sailing for Canada. Ruth later married John Sharp & Julia married Isaac Austin.
William Riley and his wife are buried in South Wilberforce Cemetery  
 
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Willie and Wilfred Parker, sons of John & Ruth Parker
Willie and Wilfred Parker, sons of John & Ruth Parker
 
 
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Wilson Earle and wife Emma Newbatt
Wilson Earle and wife Emma Newbatt
 
 

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