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  • Mrs. Joseph Martin.
        Lady wearing elaborate lace cravat.
      Lady wearing elaborate lace cravat.
  • Mrs. George Brown (nee Caroline Walker). 1819-1863.
        Portrait of lady with white bonnet with wide white ties.
      Portrait of lady with white bonnet with wide white ties.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Philip Walker.
        Portrait of elderly man and woman seated on chairs with their hands folded on their laps. The lady wears a white bonnet and a dress which appears to be made with a shiny material.
      Portrait of elderly man and woman seated on chairs with their hands ...
  • Mrs. Thomas Coates (Elizabeth Appleton). 1777-1860.
        Mrs. Thomas Coates, Snr., was born in Yorkshire, England. Approximately 1808 she married Thomas Coates. They had two sons and three daughters. In 1816 they came to Canada and soon settled on a bush farm near Milton. This photograph was published in "Milton Semi-Centennial 1857-1907". For further information check "The ...
      Mrs. Thomas Coates, Snr., was born in Yorkshire, England. Approximately 1808 she ...
  • Mrs. John Willmott (Rachael Cunnington). 1770-1861
        Rachael Cunnington was born in Rutland, England in 1770. In 1799 she married John Willmott. They had eight children and in 1816 the family emigrated to Canada and settled on a bush farm near Milton. This photograph was taken from "Milton Semi-Centennial 1857-1907". Much information regarding John and Rachael Willmott ...
      Rachael Cunnington was born in Rutland, England in 1770. In 1799 she ...
  • Mrs. Benjamin Jones (Elizabeth Foster).  1826-1889.
        Elizabeth Jones was the daughter of Hugh Foster and Jane Coates. Mr. and Mrs. Jones had four sons and one daughter. This photograph was taken from "Milton Semi-Centennial 1857-1907". For further information regarding the Jones family, please consult "The Jones Family and Alliances, 1759-1995", by Ken Jones...
      Elizabeth Jones was the daughter of Hugh Foster and Jane Coates. Mr. ...
  • Mrs. Thomas Bowes. 1804-1884.
        Dorothy Bowes was the daughter of John Willmott and Rachael Cunnington. In 1828 she married Thomas Bowes Jr. who was born in Ireland. They had four sons and five daughters. This photograph was taken from "Milton Semi-Centennial 1857-1907"...
      Dorothy Bowes was the daughter of John Willmott and Rachael Cunnington. In ...
  • William Panton, Sr. Farmer. Merchant. Inspector. Clerk of the County. 1808-1865.
        William Panton was born in County Wicklow, Ireland. In 1841 he married Rebecca Sophia Pearson who was born in Patna, India. They had five girls and five boys. He emigrated to Canada in 1834 and settled in Nelson. He moved to Milton in 1857. This photograph was taken from "Milton ...
      William Panton was born in County Wicklow, Ireland. In 1841 he married ...
  • New Year's Levee, 2008
        The theme of the New Year's Levee was the publication of a new book "Milton Streets"...
      The theme of the New Year's Levee was the publication of a ...
  • First house built in Milton. Home of the late Joseph Martin.
        Photograph of a building, used at that time as a storage building but originally the first house of the late Joseph Martin. Young child standing by tree.
      Photograph of a building, used at that time as a storage building ...
  • Joseph Martin.  Farmer, Mill Owner, Municipal Politician. 1818-1900
        Joseph Martin was the son of Jasper Martin who is considered to be the founder of Milton. He was born in Northumberland, England. He married three times 1) Ellen Fleming, 2) Mary Teetzel (one daughter) and 3) Jane Maunder, (two sons and one daughter). For further information regarding Joseph Martin, ...
      Joseph Martin was the son of Jasper Martin who is considered to ...
  • George Brown.  Merchant. County Treasurer. Mayor. 1808-1860.
        Eldest son of Alexander Brown and Marian Grierson. Born near Waterdown, Ont. He was appointed the first Mayor of Milton. This picture is taken from the booklet "Milton Semi-Centennial 1857-1907". For further information regarding George Brown, please consult "Milton Area Biographies, Vol. I" by Alex Cooke...
      Eldest son of Alexander Brown and Marian Grierson. Born near Waterdown, Ont. ...
  • William Willmott.  Farmer.  1806-1875
        William Willmott married Ann Coates in 1834. They had three sons. This picture was taken from "Milton Semi-Centennial 1857-1907". For further information on William Willmott please see "The Willmott Family and Alliances 1770-1905"...
      William Willmott married Ann Coates in 1834. They had three sons. This ...
  • Finlay McCallum.  1813-1881.  Teacher.  County Treasurer
        Finlay McCallum was born in Perthshire, Scotland. He married Jane Laidlaw in 1850 and they had eleven children. Three sons and six daughters survived. He received his education in Scotland. He emigrated to Canada in 1833 and taught for twenty years. This picture was published in "Milton Semi-Centennial 1857-1907". For ...
      Finlay McCallum was born in Perthshire, Scotland. He married Jane Laidlaw in ...
  • Dr. James Cobban.  Physician.  1802-1857
        Dr. James Cobban was born in Scotland. He came to Canada in 1832 and settled in Halton. He married Catherine Jarmy (1820-1857) in 1836. They had five children, two sons and three daughters. For further information regarding Dr. Cobban please consult "Milton Area Biographies, Vol. I" by Alex Cooke. This ...
      Dr. James Cobban was born in Scotland. He came to Canada in ...
  • Levi Willson.  Farmer. Sheriff. 1804-1879
        Levi Willson was born in Wentworth County into a United Empire Loyalist family. In 1830 he married Ann Lottridge (1806-1839) and they had four children, three sons and one daughter. His second married in 1841 was to Mary Morris (House), a widow (1805-1881). They had five children, three sons and ...
      Levi Willson was born in Wentworth County into a United Empire Loyalist ...
  • Miss Sarah Willmott.  Teacher.  1813-1903
        Elderly lady in white bonnet tied with white bow.
      Elderly lady in white bonnet tied with white bow.
  • William Smiley.  1821-1898. Carpenter. Saw Mill operator. Municipal Politician
        William Smiley was the son of Samuel and Ellen Smiley. He married Martha Mosher in 1857 and they had three sons and three daughters. He was a member he first Milton Town Council.This picture is taken from "Milton Semi-Centennial 1857-1907". For further information regarding William Smiley, consult "Milton Area Biographies, ...
      William Smiley was the son of Samuel and Ellen Smiley. He married ...
  • First school house in Milton.
        The caption under the photograph reads "The First School House in Milton, now a dwelling". The picture shows a small house with centre door and window on each side. On the right of the picture is a tree with a cow standing beneath it. Somebody is milking the cow. On ...
      The caption under the photograph reads "The First School House in Milton, ...
  • John White.  Farmer, lumber dealer, member of parliament. 1811-1897.
        John White was born in Ireland in 1811. He came to Canada with his mother and step-father in 1823 eventually moving to Halton County. He married Mehitabel Post in 1836 and they had one son. He married a second time in 1849 to Louisa Knight and they had two sons ...
      John White was born in Ireland in 1811. He came to Canada ...
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Milton - Semi-Centennial 1857-1907


The photographs in this group are taken from the book "Milton Semi-Centennial 1857-1907" published in 1907