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  • Looking South from Ontario County Courthouse, c.1863
    Looking South from Ontario County Courthouse, c.1863
    Image       Black and white negative of a photograph of a stereograph showing a view of Whitby looking south taken from the Ontario County Courthouse. The intersection of Ontario and Centre Streets is at the bottom left corner. The house in the foreground was purchased in 1864 by James Rowe Philp. The …
    Image     Black and white negative of a photograph of a stereograph showing a view of Whitby looking south taken from the Ontario County Courthouse. The intersection of Ontario and Centre Streets …
    Whitby Public Library
  • Pleasant Hours: A Paper for Young Folk, Vol. III No. 20- October 6, 1863
    Pleasant Hours: A Paper for Young Folk, Vol. III No. 20- October 6, 1863
    Text       This issue of Pleasant Hours: a paper for young folk contains an article titled “The Story of Queenston Heights”.
    Text     This issue of Pleasant Hours: a paper for young folk contains an article titled “The Story of Queenston Heights”.
  • Julia and Arthur Ford, 1863
    Julia and Arthur Ford, 1863
    Image       Condition: Fair. Very worn, stained and dirty. (Example here is Copy 2). Copy 1 is not in very good condition with a large stain on Julia's dress.
    Image     Condition: Fair. Very worn, stained and dirty. (Example here is Copy 2). Copy 1 is not in very good condition with a large stain on Julia's dress.
    St. Marys Museum
  • Trafalgar Castle, c.1863
    Trafalgar Castle, c.1863
    Image       Trafalgar Castle was built as the residence of Sheriff Nelson Gilbert Reynolds in 1859 to 1862. This picture was taken not long after it was completed.
    Image     Trafalgar Castle was built as the residence of Sheriff Nelson Gilbert Reynolds in 1859 to 1862. This picture was taken not long after it was completed.
    Whitby Public Library
  • Mad cats attack young boy
    Mad cats attack young boy
    NewspaperText  The Oshawa Vindicator, 13 May 1863     Mr Thomas Spear informs the newspaper of his unfortunate experience with two wild cats. His young son was attacked.
    NewspaperText  The Oshawa Vindicator, 13 May 1863   Mr Thomas Spear informs the newspaper of his unfortunate experience with two wild cats. His young son was attacked.
    Oshawa Public Libraries
  • LH1227 Henry Edmund Morphy and His Mother
    LH1227 Henry Edmund Morphy and His Mother
    Image       H. E. Morphy was a prominent lawyer in the Oshawa region. Born in 1853, he married Miriam Pellatt in 1880, and they had three children: Emily-Irene, Miriam, and John Aubrey.
    Image     H. E. Morphy was a prominent lawyer in the Oshawa region. Born in 1853, he married Miriam Pellatt in 1880, and they had three children: Emily-Irene, Miriam, and John Aubrey.
    Oshawa Public Libraries
  • Four Corners, Whitby
    Four Corners, Whitby
    Image       There are no buildings on the west side of Brock Street from Elm to Dundas Street because of a fire in October 1857. The holes in the ground are the basements of the burned-out stores. The Ontario Hotel was located at the north-west corner of Brock and Elm Streets. The …
    Image     There are no buildings on the west side of Brock Street from Elm to Dundas Street because of a fire in October 1857. The holes in the ground are the …
    Whitby Public Library
  • Robert Campbell and T.H. McMillan Stores at Perry Block
    Robert Campbell and T.H. McMillan Stores at Perry Block
    Image       Perry's Block was located opposite the outlet at Elm Street. It was built by John Ham Perry in 1858. The building was destroyed by fire on June 10, 1864 and was replaced by McMillan's Block the same year.
    Image     Perry's Block was located opposite the outlet at Elm Street. It was built by John Ham Perry in 1858. The building was destroyed by fire on June 10, 1864 and …
    Whitby Public Library
  • Downtown Whitby
    Downtown Whitby
    Imagecomment       Perry's Block burned down in 1864. The first Royal Hotel was built in 1862 and burned down in 1872.
    Imagecomment     Perry's Block burned down in 1864. The first Royal Hotel was built in 1862 and burned down in 1872.
    Whitby Public Library
  • Royal Hotel Advertisement
    Royal Hotel Advertisement
    Image       The three storey brick building depicted in this lithograph was the first Royal Hotel at 171 Brock Street North (located on the east side of Brock Street, south of Mary Street). It was built in 1862, but was destroyed by fire March 6, 1872. The proprietor at the time of …
    Image     The three storey brick building depicted in this lithograph was the first Royal Hotel at 171 Brock Street North (located on the east side of Brock Street, south of Mary …
    Whitby Public Library
  • Stone Presbyterian Church in Kirkton
    Stone Presbyterian Church in Kirkton
    Image       Condition: Poor. Has lost a little contrast and has yellowed severely. Very dirty and worn.
    Image     Condition: Poor. Has lost a little contrast and has yellowed severely. Very dirty and worn.
    St. Marys Museum
  • James W. Lowrey
    James W. Lowrey
    Imagemystery       The Lang Cemetery is behind the barn on the east corner of Hwy No.2 and the Madden Road. It is no more than half an acre in size. There are a number of graves without stones. Most of the stones had foot stones that have been removed. This is a …
    Imagemystery     The Lang Cemetery is behind the barn on the east corner of Hwy No.2 and the Madden Road. It is no more than half an acre in size. There are …
    County of Brant Public Library
  • Andrew Westbrook
    Andrew Westbrook
    Imagemystery       The Lang Cemetery is behind the barn on the east corner of Hwy No.2 and the Madden Road. It is no more than half an acre in size. There are a number of graves without stones. Most of the stones had foot stones that have been removed. This is a …
    Imagemystery     The Lang Cemetery is behind the barn on the east corner of Hwy No.2 and the Madden Road. It is no more than half an acre in size. There are …
    County of Brant Public Library
  • Frederick Cornwell
    Frederick Cornwell
    Imagemystery       The Lang Cemetery is located on private property on the east corner of Hwy No.2 and Madden Road. It is in the middle of a field and there are a number of graves without stones. It is a family cemetery however there are also a number of other burials, such …
    Imagemystery     The Lang Cemetery is located on private property on the east corner of Hwy No.2 and Madden Road. It is in the middle of a field and there are a …
    County of Brant Public Library
  • Helen M. Cornwell
    Helen M. Cornwell
    Imagemystery       The Lang Cemetery is behind the barn on the east corner of Hwy No.2 and the Madden Road. It is no more than half an acre in size. There are a number of graves without stones. Most of the stones had foot stones that have been removed. This is a …
    Imagemystery     The Lang Cemetery is behind the barn on the east corner of Hwy No.2 and the Madden Road. It is no more than half an acre in size. There are …
    County of Brant Public Library
  • McKay, Florence Eliza ()
    McKay, Florence Eliza ()
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Times, 13 Feb 1863, p. 3. Date of Event: 29 Jan 1863     ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Times, 13 Feb 1863, p. 3. Date of Event: 29 Jan 1863   ...
    Woodstock Public Library
  • Crum, Effie (née Yates) (Died)
    Crum, Effie (née Yates) (Died)
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Oshawa Vindicator, 6 Apr 1863, . Date of Event: 5 Apr 1863     ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Oshawa Vindicator, 6 Apr 1863, . Date of Event: 5 Apr 1863   ...
    Oshawa Public Libraries
  • Hislop, J. (Died)
    Hislop, J. (Died)
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Oshawa Vindicator, 11 Feb 1863,     ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Oshawa Vindicator, 11 Feb 1863,   ...
    Oshawa Public Libraries
  • Manuel, son (Died)
    Manuel, son (Died)
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Oshawa Vindicator, 11 Mar 1863,     ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Oshawa Vindicator, 11 Mar 1863,   ...
    Oshawa Public Libraries
  • Tempest, Elizabeth (Died)
    Tempest, Elizabeth (Died)
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Oshawa Vindicator, 11 Mar 1863,     ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Oshawa Vindicator, 11 Mar 1863,   ...
    Oshawa Public Libraries
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