Milton - Walk of Fame
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  • Dr. Clarkson Freeman. Physician. Mayor. 1827-1895.
        Dr. Freeman was born in Trafalgar Township. He married Elizabeth Martha Cobban. They had two sons. He graduated from the Toronto School of Medicine in 1853. He was in the American Civil War as a surgeon with the Union Army. He was Mayor of Milton from 1870-72. This photograph was ...
      Dr. Freeman was born in Trafalgar Township. He married Elizabeth Martha Cobban. ...
  • Peter Appleyard.  Musician and composer.
        Sitting outside country frame house with dog.
      Sitting outside country frame house with dog.
  • G. Allan Burton, D.S.O., C.M., E.D., LL.D., O.S.J., K.C.L.J. b.1915 d.2002.
        Chairman of Simpsons. Chairman of the Halton Region Conservation Authority 1978-9189. Married 1.Audrey Syer 2. Betty Kennedy. Lived at Limestone Hall on Walkers Line. Autobiography - "Store of Memories", McClelland & Stewart, 1986. Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
      Chairman of Simpsons. Chairman of the Halton Region Conservation Authority 1978-9189. Married ...
  • Harry Barnes.  Triathlete
        Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
      Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
  • Albert Casson. Artist
        Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
      Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
  • Jim Dills. Newspaper proprietor. Historian. Journalist. Author.
        Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
      Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
  • Bruce Hood.  National Hockey League Referee.
        Ice hockey referee. Travel Agency owner. Political candidate. Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
      Ice hockey referee. Travel Agency owner. Political candidate. Photograph from "The Canadian ...
  • Chris Hadfield, Astronaut
        Photograph from "The Milton Champion"...
      Photograph from "The Milton Champion"...
  • Mick Hans (Tiger Ali Singh), wrestler
        Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
      Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
  • Jagit Singh Hans (Tiger Jeet Singh), Wrestler
        Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
      Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
  • Betty Kennedy, author, broadcaster, Senator
        Betty Kennedy lived at Limestone Hall for many years. Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
      Betty Kennedy lived at Limestone Hall for many years. Photograph from "The ...
  • James Wilfred Snow, politician
        James Wilfred Snow (b.1929), Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario 1967 to 1985. He was a member of the Progressive Conservative Party. Retired from politics in 1985. The Town of Milton renamed the 4th Line Road, The James Snow Parkway, in his honour. Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
      James Wilfred Snow (b.1929), Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario 1967 ...
  • John Tonelli
        Ice hockey player, forward with the Los Angeles Kings. Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
      Ice hockey player, forward with the Los Angeles Kings. Photograph from "The ...
  • P. L. Robertson at the plant
        Peter Lymburner Robertson, 1879-1951. Inventor, industrialist. Inventor of the Robertson Recess Screw. For more information, see "P. L. Inventor of the Robertson Screw" by Ken Lamb...
      Peter Lymburner Robertson, 1879-1951. Inventor, industrialist. Inventor of the Robertson Recess Screw. ...
  • Ed Whitlock, long distance runner
        Ed Whitlock was the first man over the age of seventy to run a marathon in under three hours. This photograph was taken at the end of Scotia Bank Marathon in Toronto. His time was 2hrs.54mins.49sec. at the age of 73...
      Ed Whitlock was the first man over the age of seventy to ...
  • Peter McDuffe
        Peter McDuffe, Greensboro Generals, Goal
      Peter McDuffe, Greensboro Generals, Goal
  • Enio Sclisizzi
        Hockey player. Photograph from "The Canadian Champion". Scan only, photograph missing...
      Hockey player. Photograph from "The Canadian Champion". Scan only, photograph missing...
  • Colonel F. H. Deacon, 1874-1948
        Frederick Herbert Deacon, established one of the first brokerage firms in Canada. He was born in Ingersoll but moved to Milton as a child.
      Frederick Herbert Deacon, established one of the first brokerage firms in Canada. ...
  • Father Mark Curtis
        Father Mark was inducted into the Milton Walk of Fame in January 2010
      Father Mark was inducted into the Milton Walk of Fame in January ...
  • Dr. W. E. Robertson
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