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  • Nelson Women's Institute in front of the Ireland house, ca 1910
    Nelson Women's Institute in front of the Ireland house, ca 1910
    image  ca 1910     "Nelson Women's Institute" inked in white, lower left; "1910 inked in white on the lower right margin.
    image  ca 1910   "Nelson Women's Institute" inked in white, lower left; "1910 inked in white on the lower right margin.
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Cousins Pam and Janet Freeman
    Cousins Pam and Janet Freeman
    image       "My cousin Janet and I were great childhood pals, and I remember strapping on roller skates and gliding around the empty parking lot of the Fina Station just beside my grandparents' house on the south side. We'd buy treats at Tinnings store on the other side of the house between ...
    image     "My cousin Janet and I were great childhood pals, and I remember strapping on roller skates and gliding around the empty parking lot of the Fina Station just beside my ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Wedding party and guests at the wedding of Olive Grace Freeman and Barry Smith, at "Maplehurst", now 906 Brant St, 1907
    Wedding party and guests at the wedding of Olive Grace Freeman and Barry Smith, at "Maplehurst", now 906 Brant St, 1907
    image  4 September 1907,     Olive Grace Freeman wedded Edmund Barry Smith on 4 September 1907 at "Maplehurst", the house built in 1885 for Edwin Freeman, the eldest son of Joseph Freeman.The house stands at 906 Brant Street, almost the only vestige of the once-thriving hamlet of Freeman. Freeman descendents lived in this house until ...
    image  4 September 1907,   Olive Grace Freeman wedded Edmund Barry Smith on 4 September 1907 at "Maplehurst", the house built in 1885 for Edwin Freeman, the eldest son of Joseph Freeman.The house stands at ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • The Joseph Freeman house, north side of Plains Road west of Brant Street, ca 1950s
    The Joseph Freeman house, north side of Plains Road west of Brant Street, ca 1950s
    image  ca 1950,     Built for Joseph, the sixth child of Joshua and Elizabeth Freeman. His youngest son, Smith Freeman, took over the farm and house and lived here until his death in 1932. The house was demolished ca 1960 - 1965 when the property was purchased by Holland Motors for a car lot.
    image  ca 1950,   Built for Joseph, the sixth child of Joshua and Elizabeth Freeman. His youngest son, Smith Freeman, took over the farm and house and lived here until his death in 1932. ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Wedding party and guests at the wedding of Alma Maude Mary FreemanWilliam Asbury Buchanan, at "Maplehurst", now 906 Brant St, 1903
    Wedding party and guests at the wedding of Alma Maude Mary FreemanWilliam Asbury Buchanan, at "Maplehurst", now 906 Brant St, 1903
    image  September 29, 1903,     The house stands at 906 Brant Street, almost the only vestige of the once-thriving hamlet of Freeman. Freeman descendents lived in this house until 1988.Also a photograph 13.3 cm by 10.cm.
    image  September 29, 1903,   The house stands at 906 Brant Street, almost the only vestige of the once-thriving hamlet of Freeman. Freeman descendents lived in this house until 1988.Also a photograph 13.3 cm by ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Tracy Freeman and sons and his 1930 Chrysler Royal four-door sedan, 1930
    Tracy Freeman and sons and his 1930 Chrysler Royal four-door sedan, 1930
    imagecomment  1930,     "A few key memories from a gal born Freeman who spent every Sunday lunch after church, Christmas and Easter in the village of Freeman as a child:My grandfather Tracy was a master gardener and the long backyard, that is now Staples, Michaels and Mandarin Restaurant was row upon row of ...
    imagecomment  1930,   "A few key memories from a gal born Freeman who spent every Sunday lunch after church, Christmas and Easter in the village of Freeman as a child:My grandfather Tracy was ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • "Freeman House", drawing by Gery Puley, 1978
    "Freeman House", drawing by Gery Puley, 1978
    image  1978,     Gery Puley's drawings were reproduced and printed on note cards by the Burlington Historical Society in 1978.
    image  1978,   Gery Puley's drawings were reproduced and printed on note cards by the Burlington Historical Society in 1978.
    Burlington Historical Society
  • GTR Station at Freeman c1880
    GTR Station at Freeman c1880
    image  1880,     The first station at this site burnt down in 1883. This second station burnt down in 1904.
    image  1880,   The first station at this site burnt down in 1883. This second station burnt down in 1904.
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Freeman Homestead
    Freeman Homestead
    image       Reproduced from early tintype. Presented to Edwin B. Freeman by his grandfather, Joseph Freeman. Edwin being a father of Dr. D. Freeman.
    image     Reproduced from early tintype. Presented to Edwin B. Freeman by his grandfather, Joseph Freeman. Edwin being a father of Dr. D. Freeman.
    Burlington Historical Society
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