Brampton

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43° 41′ 0″ N, 79° 46′ 0″ W Map of Brampton

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189 Archival description results for Brampton

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Grace Church, Main St. N, Brampton

Item consists of a photographic postcard showing a view of Main Street North, looking south. This includes the trees on the west side of the street, opposite the church. Grace was a Wesleyan Methodist congregation.

Grace United Church (Brampton, Ont.) fonds

  • CA ON00340 F2185
  • Fonds
  • 1864-1995

Fonds consists of records of Brampton Wesleyan Church, 1864-1888; records of Grace Methodist Church, Brampton, 1889-1925; records, including baptisms, 1926-1957, marriages, 1902-1952, burials, 1926-1991, of Grace United Church, Brampton (includes Grace Methodist Church), 1902-1995

Grace United Church (Brampton, Ont.)

Having such a fine time at Brampton I was too busy to write.

Item consists of a generic postcard of cattle and a red flag, on which Brampton's name has been added. The colourized photograph shows brown, spotted cows, which would suggest Guernsey, Ayrshire, or Red and White Holstein; it is likely, however, that they are actually simply unnecessarily colourized Holsteins.

Hillson O'Hearn family fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1925-1963

Fonds consists of two accessions of records donated by Bert O'Hearn, grandson of James Albert "Bert" Hillson, who was Peel County Jail (Gaol) governor from 1935 to 1943. Accession 2003.017 (file 1) comprises correspondence (including telegrams) to James Hillson in his capacity as jail governor, as well as other ephemera and documentary memorabilia collected during his tenure. Correspondence notably includes letters from Salvation Army prison secretary Wallace Bunton regarding prisoner welfare, and letters from prisoners and family members of prisoners. Other documents include copies of official records pertaining to the trial and death by hanging of Gordon Ross Matthew in 1941. Peel County Gaol letterhead is included in this accession.

Note that several items are currently on display in the jail exhibit of the museum. These include a receipt for the effects of Gordon Matthew (1941), letter from Kingston Penitentiary (1944), letter from family of "Ken" (1941).

Accession 2016.031 (files 2 and 3) comprises records documenting the activities of Mildred O'Hearn nee Hillson, the daughter of James Bert Hillson and the mother of Bert O'Hearn (the donor), and her husband William "Bill" O'Hearn, as well as other relatives. Notably records include photographs of James Bert Hillson and youngest son, John Hillson, as well as "Aunt Annie," posing outside the jail. Photographs and ephemera document the Brampton-based social activities of both Mildred and William which include church and musical involvement. Photographs depict the following: employees at Copeland-Catterson Ltd. in 1960; various lacrosse teams ca. 1900 and 1924, the Ionic Male Choir of Brampton in 1949; Brampton High School class of 1926-7; the Brampton Citizen's Band in 1955; what is possibly Grace Church Choir in the 1930s in the church's sanctuary; the Grace Church Choir production of Iolanthe ca. 1930, Baptist Church softball team c. 1930.

Home-Huttonville-Norval Pastoral Charge (Ont.) fonds

  • CA ON00340 F2687
  • Fonds
  • 1875-1997

Fonds consists of records of Huttonville Methodist Circuit (includes Brampton Methodist Episcopal Circuit, Brampton West Methodist Circuit, Brampton, Huttonville, Churchville, Home Church in Alloa, Springbrook, Glen Williams), 1875-1907; records of Huttonville Methodist Church, 1885-1905; cemetery book of Home Methodist Church, Alloa, 1889-1920; cradle roll of Huttonville Presbyterian Church, 1907-1923; baptisms of Norval Pastoral Charge (includes Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church, Cheltenham Presbyterian Church, Mount Pleasant United Church and Norval United Church, 1912-1937; records, including baptisms, 1917-1957, marriages, 1896-1970, burials, 1914-1959, of Huttonville Pastoral Charge (includes Brampton West Methodist Circuit, Huttonville Methodist Circuit, Huttonville, Churchville, Meadowvale, Home Church in Alloa), 1914-11971; records, including marriages, 1963-1979, burials, 1963-1977, of Huttonville-Norval Pastoral Charge (includes Huttonville United Church, Churchville United Church, Meadowvale United Church, Home United Church in Alloa, Norval United Church), 1962-1989; records, including baptisms, 1964-1969, of Churchville United Church, 1944-1969; records of Meadowvale United Church (includes Meadowvale Methodist Church), 1915-1988; records, including baptisms, 1926-1989, marriages, 1927-1988, burials, 1928-1987, of Home United Church, Alloa (includes Mount Pleasant United Church), 1926-1994; and records, including marriages, 1979-1987, of Huttonville United Church (includes Huttonville Methodist Church), 1922-1997

Home-Huttonville-Norval Pastoral Charge (Ont.)

Lorena Beck fonds

  • Fonds
  • Mar. 1960 - Sep. 1985

Fonds consists of slides focusing on the architecture of Peel County, but including images from elsewhere in the province. While Beck was a resident of northern Chinguacousy Township, now part of the Town of Caledon, her images skew to downtown Brampton. Building types include houses, cabins, churches, schools, train stations, theatres, and mail boxes.

Photographs were taken in all of Peel's townships.

Beck's photos of residences in Brampton include structures on Alexander Street, Centre Street, Church Street, David Street, Elizabeth Street, Ellen Street, John Street, Joseph Street, Isabella Street, Lynch Street, Malvern Court, Main Street North, Maple Street, Market Street, Mill Street, Nelson Street, Rosedale Street, Thomas Street, Queen Street, Vodden Street, Wellington Street.

  • File 1: Barns
  • File 2: Bolton
  • File 3: Brampton Main St. N.
  • File 4: Brampton - Nelson St.
  • File 5: Brampton - Northeast
  • File 6-7: Brampton - Northwest
  • File 8: Brampton - Oakville
  • File 9-10: Brampton - Queen Street
  • File 11: Brampton - Southeast
  • File 12: Brampton - Southwest
  • File 13-15: Cemeteries
  • File 16: Chinguacousy Township
  • File 17-22: Churches
  • File 23: "E" - Township [Bruce County, Halton County, Simcoe County, Wellington County]
  • File 24: Farms - Summer
  • File 25: Gravestones
  • File 26: Inglewood
  • File 27: Log Cabins
  • File 28: Mailboxes
  • File 29: Main Street South, Brampton
  • File 30: Metal Tombstones Family
  • File 31: Mississauga
  • File 32: Mississauga (Toronto Township)
  • File 33: Mono Township
  • File 34: Schools - Chinguacousy Township
  • File 35: Schools - Other
  • File 36: Stations
  • File 37: Unsorted
  • File 38: Schools - possibly Chinguacousy Township

Ontario locations outside of Peel appear in a variety of files. Known villages and townships include Acton, Arthur, Balsam Lake, Beeton, Belwood, Blue Mountain, Chesley, Clarksburg, Collingwood, Collingwood Township, Egremont Township, Elmwood, Eramosa Township, Erin Township, Essa Township, Glen Williams, Goderich, Grand Valley, Grey County, Guelph, Hamilton, Harriston, Hillsburg, Hope Township, Hornings Mills, King City, Lavender, Lloydtown, Maple, Markdale, Meaford, Melancthon, Milton, Mono Township, Mount Forest, Mulmur Township, Nassagaweya Township, Nelson Township, Neustad, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Norval, Oakville, Orangeville, Orillia, Ospringe, Paisley, Palmyra, Perrytown, Port Perry, Relessey, Stratford, Swinton Park, Toronto, Trafalgar Township, Uptergrove, Uxbridge Township, Weston, West Montrose, Whitfield, and Woodbridge.

Beck, Lorena

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