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McCARRON PHOTO'S

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My GG Grandparents from County Tyrone,Ireland
Owen McCarron (died May 24 1881 aged 80 yrs)
Ann McFarlane (died July 30 1884 aged 81 yrs)
Owned the Farm located in Trafalgar twp,Halton County, Con 10 Lot 5
South side of Britannia Rd between the 9th and 10th Line
Their son John would be Heir to the Farm

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John McCarron (1844 to 1893)

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John McCarron and his Wife
Isabella Hamilton (May 12 1858 to 1934)
(Isabella was the Daughter of William Hamilton and Mary Ann Steed)
and family
Fred,Annie Mae and Bella
Annie Mae was my Grandmother,she married Wilfred E Workman

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A thorn removed from his finger,John McCarron died of Blood Poisoning,Spring 1893.
Isabella married James Ritchie in 1895 but they soon went their separate ways ?
Renting the Farm out for a time,Isabella moved the family to Huttonville Ontario.
Heir to the McCarron Farm,young Fred took over and farmed into the 1940's

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See who attended the John McCarron Farm Sale October 2 1893
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John McCarron,his Parents and several of his Siblings are at rest here
The St Peter's Church,9th Line and Britannia Road

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After her Husband died,Isabella left the Catholic Church ?
She,Annie Mae and Fred are in the Streetsville Cemetery

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A few years later

Fred           Annie Mae           Bella
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Fred McCarron (May 10 1888 to 1971)
Annie Mae McCarron (Sept 8 1884 to 1948
Bella McCarron (April 30 1883 to 1972)

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Isabella with Daughters Bella and Annie Mae and company
Fred most likely took this Photo.

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Building the new! Barn
That's Fred McCarron sitting above on the Beam

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After the Fire!,Fred built another New! barn,sometime in the 1930's?
This time he built a Steel barn

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Years later...1940's
Fred sold the farm and moved to Algoma Mills, Northern Ontario
Here's Fred McCarron and Wife Mildred and his sister Annie Mae Workman

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