The Greeley Family 
text This thirty-three page document outlines the history of the Greeley family. It was recorded in 1897-1898 by Susan Greeley when she was 92 years old. Please note that the references about Indigenous communities in this document do not reflect the values of Cramahe Township Public Library or its...
Baptist Summer Homes Association at Victoria Beach 
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Christmas Reflections by Orletta Kernaghan 
text Christmas Reflections is Orletta Kernaghan's remembrances of skating at Teal's Pond on Parliament Street in the 1940s. She wrote this text and drew the illustration of the warming area at Teal Mill in 1996.
The Fowler Family 
text This two page document outlines the history of the Fowler family in Colborne. It was recorded circa 2000 by Betty (Fowler) Haight.
Chief Jamieson - Colborne and Crime in the 1920s 
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The Lyndhurst Home in Colborne 
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Lyndhurst, Larke house, Colborne, Ontario 
still image "Lyndhurst", one of Colborne's oldest homes, burned to the ground Saturday, January 6, 1945. The home stood at the northwest corner of King Street East and Elgin Street North. This view of "Lyndhurst" is taken from Elgin Street North looking west. This photo is copied from the private files of...
Lyndhurst, Larke house, Colborne, Ontario 
still image "Lyndhurst", one of Colborne's oldest homes, burned to the ground Saturday, January 6, 1945. The home stood at the northwest corner of King Street East and Elgin Street North. This photo is copied from the private files of Mrs. Shirley Trussell Lewis, granddaughter of the 1897-1938 owners, Mr. and...
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Colborne, ca.1910 
still imageca. 1910 A photo circa 1910 of Old St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, King Street East, Colborne, from the files of Charles Larke's granddaughter, Mrs. Shirley Trussell Lewis. A bell tower was added in 1911.See the publication - How Firm a Foundation: A History of the Township of Cramahe and the Village of...
Eliza J. Padginton, Lakeport Cemetery 
still imagegenealogical resourcetext Cramahe Archives does not hold the original item in its archives, but has a digital image. Eliza J. Padginton (1862-1961), Canada's first female postmistress and a life-long supporter of Canadian Armed Forces personnel, is buried in Lakeport Cemetery. Her stone, at the eastern fence line near the...
Larke headstone, Lakeport Cemetery 
still imagegenealogical resourcetext Cramahe Archives does not hold the original item in its archives, but has a digital image. Click on the Select arrow for Pages to see additional photos. The Pages box is located at the top of the page. The front, west-facing Larke family, names listed are: Charles Larke 1852-1923; Emma Jane...
Larke cottage, Idle Hour, at Loughbreeze, 1914 
still image1914 The Charles Larke family of Colborne owned this two-storey cottage "Idle Hour" on the Lake Ontario waterfront at Loughbreeze, west of Durham Street South in Cramahe Township. Shoreline ice formations are depicted in this 1914 photo from the files of Larke granddaughter Mrs. Shirley Trussell...
Larke cottage, Idle Hour, at Loughbreeze, 1914 
still image1914 The Charles Larke family of Colborne owned this two-storey cottage "Idle Hour" on the Lake Ontario waterfront at Loughbreeze, west of Durham Street South in Cramahe Township. Shoreline ice formations are depicted in this 1914 photo from the files of Larke granddaughter Mrs. Shirley Trussell...
Larke cottage, Idle Hour, at Loughbreeze, ca.1910 
still imageca. 1910 The Charles Larke family, owners of the Colborne home "Lyndhurst" 1897-1938, also had a two-storey summer cottage, "Idle Hour", on the Lake Ontario waterfront at Loughbreeze, west of Durham Street South in Cramahe Township. This photo, from the files of Larke granddaughter Shirley Trussell Lewis,...
Larke cottage, Idle Hour, at Loughbreeze, ca.1910 
still imageca. 1910 The Charles Larke family of Colborne owned this two-storey cottage, "Idle Hour", on the Lake Ontario waterfront at Loughbreeze, west of Durham Street South in Cramahe Township. This photo, circa 1910, from the files of Larke granddaughter Mrs. Shirley Trussell Lewis, shows her sister Virginia...
Colborne Cenotaph, Remembrance Day, November 11, 2016 
still imageNovember 11, 2016 Cramahe Archives does not hold the original photograph in its archives, but has a high quality digital image.
WWII Veteran Don Prentice, left, and Lt.-Col. Scott Mutton took the salute at the Remembrance Day parade, Cenotaph service, Victoria Square Park, Colborne, November 11, 2016 
still imageNovember 11, 2016 Cramahe Archives does not hold the original photograph in its archives, but has a high quality digital image.
WWII Veteran Art Jackson salutes at the Colborne Remembrance Day ceremony in Victoria Square Park, November 11, 2014 
still imageNovember 11, 2014 Cramahe Archives does not hold the original photograph in its archives, but has a high quality digital image.
Jack Heighton, left, and Don Prentice take the salute at the Colborne Post Office after the Remembrance Day service at the Colborne Cenotaph, November 11, 2012 
still imageNovember 11, 2012 Cramahe Archives does not hold the original photograph in its archives, but has a high quality digital image.
Don Prentice, sole WWII vet taking the salute from the passing Remembrance Day parade, Colborne, November 11, 2011 
still image Cramahe Archives does not hold the original photograph in its archives, but has a high quality digital image.
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