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Wice, Oran Family
Oran Wice family - 12th Conc. Back Row L-R-standing- Ernest Wice, Rhoda Wice, Eldon Wice, Peninnah Wice, Allan Wice. Front Row- L-R Charles Wice, Maude Wice, Mrs. Elizabeth (Oran) Wice. Note: See Reference number 2721 for birth and death dates. Further information is available at the Knock Heritage Site, IHS2722
Wicker Baby Carriage
Wicker baby carriage in 1910., IHS1603
Wife And Daughters Of John Quantz
Mrs. Mary Quantz (née Pratt, sitting) and daughters from left to right: Mary Ann "Annie" (Quantz) Sloan, Margaret Quantz, and Olive (Quantz) Belfry. Annie married Robert Sloan of Churchill, Olive married James Belfry of Lefroy, and Margaret lived on the Quantz family homestead until her death in 1931., IHS1417
Wilbert And Marjorie Dermott
Wilbert and Marjorie Dermott - owners of a butcher shop in Cookstown.
Wilbert Black
Studio portrait of Wilbert Black, brother to Mrs. Carrie McDonald. Mr. Black later became a Corporal in the 157th Battalion during the First World War. He was also the son of Robert Black Jr. and Margaret Fagan, grandson of Robert Black Sr., and great grandson of James Black, one of Innisfil's early pioneers. He is pictured here seated on a stool, leaning on a chair, and dressed in a dark suit., IHS1450
Wilfred Stewart
Mr. Wilfred Stewart, husband of Mrs. Bertha Stewart, in old rocking chair on verandah. In 1925 he started to work for the township as long time Innisfil Assessor and tax collector (dog license and school census). Died on his 92nd birthday. In 1941 he was appointed baliff. Shortly after he retired. He farmed for years at Tyrone, north of Churchill. He was also Churchil United Church Sunday School Superintendant for 16 years. Retired to 222 Church St. Lefroy. 1882 to 1974., IHS991
Will Allan
Will Allan, son of James Allan., IHS1484
William A. Gibbins, Reeve
Candid photo of William A. Gibbins on the day he was sworn in as Reeve of Innisfil Township by Clerk Richard Groh. Mr. Gibbins is wearing a suit and tie with a boutonnière and is holding a Bible, and the photo itself was taken over the shoulder of Mr. Groh., IHS2551
William A. Warnica
William A. Warnica, (husband of Joyce Carr). Costume. #2046
William Allan
William Allan (born 10 November 1838, died May 17, 1925) was the eldest son of Gavin Allan and Agnes Goodfellow Huff. William owned NH Lot 15 concession 4 and married Georgina McDonald on 9 March 1864. They had six children: Mary Elizabeth (m. Seal Bennett), Lillian (m. Gilmour Reive), Jessie (m. Frank Beatty), Winnifred (m. Fred McNamara), Agnes Jane (unmarried), Fred (unmarried), and Bert (Albert) (Unknown)., IHS1490
William Allan
William Allan (born 10 November 1838, died May 17, 1925) was the eldest son of Gavin Allan and Agnes Goodfellow Huff. William owned NH Lot 15 concession 4 and married Georgina McDonald on 9 March 1864. They had six children: Mary Elizabeth (m. Seal Bennett), Lillian (m. Gilmour Reive), Jessie (m. Frank Beatty), Winnifred (m. Fred McNamara), Agnes Jane (unmarried), Fred (unmarried), and Bert (Albert) (Unknown)., IHS1293
William And Annie Wright
Annie (Martin) Wright and William Wright., IHS3403
William And George Dempsey
Left to right: William Dempsey (1886-1966) and his brother George Dempsey (1889-1971), known as the Dempsey Bros., bought the NH Lot 24, Conc. 1 in 1927 and built summer cottages (Bayview Beach, Second Line). Ice was cut for the use of all the summer cotages (which they rented), they had an ice house near the barn where ice was stored in sawdust for the use of cottagers in their iceboxes., IHS2307
William And Mary Hunter, Vine
Picture of William and Mary (Young) Hunter of Vine (Concession 10) and their family. Front Row (L to R): William Hunter (father), Torrance Hunter, Bessie (McQuay) Hunter, Mary (Young) Hunter (mother) Back Row (L to R): Hamilton Hunter, John Hunter, William Hunter, Elmer Hunter, IHS552s
William Andrew Warnica
William Andrew Warnica born January 06, 1889 is shown dressed for Canada's Centennial Celebration. William died July 4, l973 Further information is available at the Knock Heritage Site, IHS3903
William Atkinson
Mrs. Bertha Stewart's brother William Atkinson, born 1897. He was a carpenter and farmer., IHS982
William B. Sloan
Portrait of William B. Sloan, who died in 1936 at age 75. He was the Innisfil township clerk from 1926 until 1936, and was the father of Harry and Bill Sloan., IHS1649
William Baker
William Baker 1875-1963
William Bloxham
William Bloxham
William Cooper And Margaret Robinson
William Cooper (son of Matthew I) pictured with his second wife, Margaret Robinson (daughter of Arthur and Isabella Robinson). They had one daughter named Olive (m. Ben Schaab of St. Catherine's)., IHS2421
William Cowan And His Wife, Ann Ross Ca. 1900
Portrait of William Cowan and his Wife, Ann Ross., IHS1625, IHS714
William Cowan Family
William Cowan family picture. (L-R): William Cowan, John Cowan, Ann Ross, Mary Cowan.
William Cowan With Great-Grandson
Photo of William Cowan on his 90th birthday holding his great-grandson, Bob Cowan., IHS739
William Cowan and Daughter Mary Alice
William Cowan and his daughter Mary Alice. William Cowan (March 15, 1837 - December 13, 1927) was born at Mollinburn, near Jhonstone's Bridge, Dumfrieshire, Scotland. He sailed May 21, 1857 on the steamship "Clide" and arrived after 13 days in Canada. He died December 13, 1927 in his 91st year on the farm he purchased from "the Crown" on the north half of Lot 11, Concession 8. Mary Alice Cowan was the daughter of William Cowan and Ann (Ross) Cowan, born in Innisfil on January 19, 1871. She lived on the farm, north half of Concession 8 until 1932, when she moved to Stroud and lived in a house on the west side of the Presbyterian Church where Innisfil Plaza is presently located (1988). She died January 3, 1963., IHS3236
William Dinwoody
William Dinwoody.
William Dinwoody Jr.
Photograph of William Dinwoody Jr.
William Givens
William Givens and his son, Robert From p. 105 of Stroud Tweedsmuir History, Vol. II Givens, William Givens, Robert, IHS3382-105C
William Givens Home
William Givens home, built 1952 from page 105, Stroud Tweedsmuir History, Vol. II, IHS3382 - 105A
William Givens Home 2
Givens House, built c.1840. Destroyed 1952 From P. 105, Stroud Tweedsmuir History, Vol. II, IHS3382-105B
William Hillock and Family
Photo of Mr. and Mrs. William Hillock (née Jennie Sturgeon) with their family. Pictured from left to right: Mary (1917-?), Edward "Ted" (1921-?), Jennie Hillock, William Hillock, Helen (1923-?), and baby Beulah (1925-26, died of whooping cough). Jennie was the daughter of John Sturgeon of West Gwillimbury and Mary Thompson of St. Catharine's. Mary later married Elmer Graham of Barrie, Helen married William Akers of Churchill, and Ted married Jean Sommerville and lived on SH lot 10, Conc. 4., IHS2651

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