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  • Amos Wright, Member of Parliament
    Image       Amos Wright, M.P.
    Image     Amos Wright, M.P.
  • Sons of Asahel Wright
    Image       Joseph, 72 Michael, 64 John, 71 Amos, 63 Abel, 70 Mark, 58 Asahel, 66 The sons of Asahel Wright Photograph by A. C. McIntyre, Brockville, 1861
    Image     Joseph, 72 Michael, 64 John, 71 Amos, 63 Abel, 70 Mark, 58 Asahel, 66 The sons of Asahel Wright Photograph by A. C. McIntyre, Brockville, 1861
  • Amos Wright, first reeve of Markham Township
    Image       A photograph of Amos Wright, the first reeve of Markham Township.
    Image     A photograph of Amos Wright, the first reeve of Markham Township.
  • David Bridgeford
    Image       A photograph of David Bridgeford, veteran of the War of 1812 and prominent member of the Richmond Hill community. He accompanied Colonel Robert Moodie on his ride down Yonge Street in the evening of December 4, 1837.
    Image     A photograph of David Bridgeford, veteran of the War of 1812 and prominent member of the Richmond Hill community. He accompanied Colonel Robert Moodie on his ride down Yonge Street ...
  • John Langstaff
    Image       A photograph of John Langstaff (1774-1863 or 1775-1865), who gave his name to the settlement of Langstaff or Langstaff Corners, and whose son, grandson, and great-grandson dispensed medicine in Richmond Hill from 1849 to 1973.
    Image     A photograph of John Langstaff (1774-1863 or 1775-1865), who gave his name to the settlement of Langstaff or Langstaff Corners, and whose son, grandson, and great-grandson dispensed medicine in Richmond ...
  • Amos Wright, MPP
    Image       A photograph of Amos Wright, MPP, 1st Reeve of Markham Township.
    Image     A photograph of Amos Wright, MPP, 1st Reeve of Markham Township.
  • Parker Crosby
    Image       A copy of a photograph of Parker Crosby, owner of a dry goods store destroyed in the disastrous fire of April 1866.
    Image     A copy of a photograph of Parker Crosby, owner of a dry goods store destroyed in the disastrous fire of April 1866.
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