Caroline Avenue

First, to find Caroline Avenue. This took a few hours of hunting around, and looking at insurance fire maps for the city. From that, I moved on to the city directories, and then to the tax rolls. From Joanne Doucette I learned that the street was named after George Leslie’s first wife, Caroline.

Some houses were already built on Caroline Avenue by 1893. They are the 2-1/2 story brick semidetached houses on the west side of the street, on the south half of the street.

Caroline Avenue was one of the first streets to be built upon. Winnifred, directly west of Caroline, was not built upon for about another 15-20 years. Prior to being built on, it’s shown on the tax rolls as “Radcliffe Avenue.” I don’t know why the name was changed.

The east side of Caroline was also a lot slower to be built upon than the west side. For a while, the entire east side of the street was owned by one of the Gooderham’s (research yet to be done to discover if this was a Gooderham of the same family as Gooderham and Worts).

In 1893, the city directory for ward 1 shows that the east side was not built upon. Houses on the west side were:

  • (vacant lots)
  • 46 – Vacant (was occupied in ’94 by James Rankin, painter)
  • 48 – Francis W. Knight
  • 50 – Joseph West
  • 52 – Daniel L. DeHart
  • 54 – Samuel Cox
  • 56 – John McL. McIntosh
  • 58 – Edward Thom
  • 60 – Edward T. Smith
  • 62 – John T. Cubitt
  • 64 – George S. Atkins
  • (vacant lots

The following houses were of greater interest to me, since they are the block built at the same time, and in which I live. In 1893, they are listed as 6 unfinished houses. In 1894’s tax assessments, they were occupied by:

  • 84 – Joseph A Wardman — listed as a “Cond. with the Tor. Ry” in the directory. I’m guessing that’s Conductor with the Toronto Railway, but am willing to be corrected. He shared the house with relatives:
    • Aubrey W.J. Wardman, an electrician with the Toronto Railway,
    • George E. Wardman, a painter at Joseph McCausland & Son, a company that created Stained Glass, Memorial Windows, and decorative painting (gee, I wish there were some traces of decorative painting in the house he occupied!).
    • George & Joseph lived in a house on McGee Street (just east of the train bridge by Queen St. East) before the house was built.
    • The 1894 directory, however, shows the occupant being Franklin Jones, a collector for Pease Furnace Co.
  • 86 – Edward Carney – a foreman at Carter & Co (Ltd.)
  • 88 – James Rankin Jr. – a pressman at Murry Ptg. Co. In 1893, he lived on Hepbourne Ave, and moved to Caroline when the house was complete.
  • 90 – George W. King, Architect, had his offices at 9-1/2 Adelaide St. East.
  • 92 – Wm. Montgomery was a travelling salesman. Before living on Caroline, he lived at 75 Teraulay.
  • 94 – Henry P. Breay, a businessman — “Wholesale and retail dealer in Tobaccos and Cigars.” His business was located at 4 King Street East — and in 1894, he actually had a telephone at his place of business. The 1894 Directory  shows the occupant as being John Wilbers.

This series of brick semi-detached houses was owned by Richard A. Graydon. The 1894 assessments for them were such that the lots were valued at $233, and the buildings at $1300. I wonder who Richard Graydon was.

The rest of the street north was vacant lots.

It’s interesting reading the tax assessment rolls — they provide interesting information about the culture of the time, and what was considered important, and what wasn’t. The age of men was listed — but not of women! Men’s jobs are listed for a while, sometimes the background nationality is listed, and religion (that would be for school taxes) was marked with a checkmark or an abbreviation. Slowly, I feel like I am developing the outline of a story… and that is the story of the houses. Who lived there? Who owned them? Who were the occupants, and how did they change over time? What is the relationship between what was happening to the city in terms of growth and recessions, and the area?

I’m slowly documenting this information. If you happen to know anything about the people who lived in this block of houses, and would be willing to share your information with me for me to publish it on the web, I’d be grateful. It’s taking me time to put all of this together. So I have to take a day of vacation here and there to compile information from the microfilms.

I’ve put the rest of the information into a table here. The years go down the left side, from 1894 on, and the house numbers are across the top. The information within the table is what I have gleaned about the owners, occupants, and values (when I bothered to record it… I have to make more trips to the Archives). Please note that tax assessments for any given year were registered the previous year. All of the information was handwritten; there are some interesting changes in spellings of people’s names, which might be put down to transcription errors (either on the clerk’s part, or my part).

If you have any comments, questions, information or anecdotes that you’d like to add to this informal history of Leslieville, please email me. Thanks!

History of 84-94 Caroline Ave, based on Assessments

84 86 88 90 92 94 Notes
1894 Vacant Edwin Carney – 3 people James Rankin – 3 people George King – 3 people William Montgomery 5 people (1 child between 7-13, 2 others 5-21) John Withers – 2 people All the houses were owned by Richard A. Graydon, Lots valued at $233, buildings at $1300
1895 Joseph Wardman, 48 yrs, 4 children Edward Carney, 29 years James Rankin, 34 years George King, 31 years William Montgomery, 44 years Henry Breay, 35 years
1896 Vacant Vacant William Baker, shoemaker, age 53 George King, Architect, age 32 William Montgomery, age 45 Vacant Robert Gooderham owns the entire east side of the street
1897 Susan W. Phillips, widow William Crighton, printer, age 37 Vacant George King William Montgomery – now a butcher Walter Sheridan, tailor, age 54
1898 Susan W. Phillips – 2 people William Crighton Albert Edkins, boiler inspector, age 35 – 7 people George King William Montgomery George F. Morris, lithographer, age 38 Still owned by Richard A. Graydon, lives at 3 Court Street
1899 William Creighton, printer – 5 people Robert Doherty, boat builder – 4 people Albert Edkins – now only 6 people Israel Milloy, Conductor – 5 people William Montgomery – 4 people George Morris – 3 people
1900 William Creighton Charles Kamm, jewel case maker Albert Edkins Joseph West, Machinist Charles Montgomery – salesman (Is he related to William Montgomery?) George Morris Still owned by Richard A. Graydon, but now c/o Jas. Brandon
1901 William Creighton George E. Marlin, Pork dealer, age 38 Albert Edkins Joseph West Charles Montgomery George Morris
1902 William Creighton Louis A. Berle, Tailor Albert Edkins Joseph West Charles Montgomery George Morris
1903 William Creighton Thomas Whitlaw Samuel J. Spence, Shipper Jesse Ruttan, Manuf. Charles Montgomery George Morris
1904 William Creighton Thomas P. Whitlaw Samual J. Spence Jesse W. Rutlan, manufacturer George Brown, carpenter George Morris
1905 Adam Switzer, carpenter Thomas Whitlaw, contractor Samuel Spencer, electrician J.W. Ruttan, manufacturer Joseph Brown, carpenter George Morris, lithographer
1906 Adam Switzer, carpenter
(listed as owner)
Arthur Jeffrey, traveller Peter Peebles, machinist
(listed as owner)
Jesse Ruttan, manufacturer
(owned by Peter Peebles)
Alexander Charles, carpenter
(owned by George Mustard)
George Morris, lithographer Only 86 and 94 are still owned by Graydon
1907 Adam Switzer, carpenter
(owner)
Jesse Rattam, merchant
(owned by Jesse & Catherine Rattam)
Peter Peebles, machinist
(owner)
Thomas Carruthers, bookkeeper
(owned by Peter Peebles)
Alexnder Charles, carpenter
(owned by George Mustard)
George Morris
(owned by Richard Graydon)
1908 Adam Switzer Jesse Rattam Peter Peebles William Harris
(owned by Peter Peebles)
George Newbitt
(owned by Charles MacPherson)
George Morris
(he and Frances Morris bought it)
1909 Adam Switzer, age 39, family of 4 John McCann, laborer Peter Peebles William Harris (owned by Peter Peebles)
(is this the same William Harris that the water filtration plant is named after?)
Joseph Bradley (owns it) George Morris
1910 Adam Switzer, age 40, family of 4 John McCann, age 56, 9 people Peter Peebles, age 56, 2 people Alexander MacLeod, age 32, 6 people (owned by Peter Peebles) Charles MacPherson, age 28, 2 people George Morris, age 50, 5 people
1911 Adam Switzer – now 5 people in the house, but no record of a birth. John McCann Peter Peebles Edmund Milnes (owned by Peter Peebles) Charles MacPherson George Morris
1912 Adam Switzer – now back to 4 people John McCann Peter Peebles Edmund Milnes (owned by Peter Peebles) Charles MacPherson George Morris
1913 Adam Switzer moved to 216 Withrow Avenue, but continued to own the building. Rented to Frederick Thomas, age 27 John McCann Emery Brunet
(owned by Peter Peebles)
Henry Brown (owned by Peter Peebles) Charles MacPherson George Morris Property and buildings valued between $1593 and $1620.
1914 Tape messed up, can’t retrieve info.
1915 William J. Thomas, age 58. 7 people in the house, all over 14. Still owned by Adam Switzer John McCann Emery Brunet
(owned by Peter Peebles)
Henry Brown
(owned by Peter Peebles)
Charles MacPherson George Morris Valued at $1832
1916 William J. Thomas, laborer, age 59. Now 8 people in house. Still owned by Adam Switzer John McCann Elizabeth Peebles
(owned by Peter Peebles)
Vacant
(owned by Peter Peebles)
Charles MacPherson Emery Brunet, brakeman (moved from 88 — house still owned by George & Florence Morris) Assessment now $2032
1917 William J. Thomas. Now 5 in house Still owned by Adam Switzer John McCann Elizabeth Peebles
(owned by Peter Peebles)
Peter Lyons, soldier
(owned by Peter Peebles)
Charles MacPherson Emery Brunet
(owner: George Morris)
1917 map shows Winnifred & Caroline Avenues, then empty land to Leslie. Between Booth and Broadway, south of Queen, there are cattle byres. Land south of Eastern is marked as swamp.
1918 Sarah Thomas, widow. Now 4 in house. Still owned by Adam Switzer Jesse Dusenbury, clerk (owned by John McCann) Elizabeth Peebles (owned by Peter Peebles) Charles Simpson, brickmaker
(owned by Peter Peebles)
Charles MacPherson Emery Brunet
(owner: Florence Morris)
Assessments now track if people are British subjects or Alians
1919 Sarah Ann Thomas
(owner: Adam Switzer)
Jesse Dusenbury
(owner: John McCann)
Elizabeth Peebles
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Charles Simpson
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Charles MacPherson Charles Adams, Printer (owner: Florence Morris)
1920 Sarah Ann Thomas
(owner: Adam Switzer)
Jesse Dusenbury
(owner: John McCann, who seems to be living in the Gerrard St. East hospital)
Peter Peebles, machinist, age 64. He’s moved back home. Charles Simpson
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Charles MacPherson Charles Adams, Printer (owner: Florence Morris, who lives in an apartment on Beresford)
1921 Sarah Ann Thomas. Now 6 in house
(owner: Adam Switzer)
Jesse Dusenbury
(owner: John McCann)
Peter Peebles Charles Simpson
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Charles MacPherson Charles Adams, (owner: Florence Morris)
1922 Sarah Ann Thomas. Now 8 in house
(owner: Adam Switzer)
Hyla F. Archer, age 28, 5 iin house, including 2 children under 5 yrs. Peter Peebles Charles Simpson
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Charles MacPherson Charles Adams, (owner: Florence Morris)
1923 Sarah Thomas Now 4 people in house.
(owner: Adam Switzer)
Hyla Archer Peter Peebles – he’s now 70 years old. Charles Simpson
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Charles MacPherson Charles Adams, (owner: Florence Morris) House now valued at 2521
1924 Sarah Thomas Now 3 people in house.
(owner: Adam Switzer)
Hyla Archer Peter Peebles Charles Simpson
(owner: Peter Peebles)
James White
(owner: Margaret and Charles MacPherson, now living on Simpson Ave.)
Charles Adams, (owner: George & Florence Morris)
1925 Winnifred L. Thomas. Now 6 people in house.
(owner: Estate of Sarah A. Thomas)
Hyla Archer Peter Peebles Charles Simpson
(owner: Peter Peebles)
James White
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
Charles Adams, (owner: George & Florence Morris) They’ve started building on the east side of the street. 41-47 are occupied. 85-111 are occupied. Many are under construction.
1926 Winnifred L. Thomas.
(owner: Winnifred L. Thomas, administering estate of Sarah A. Thomas)
Hyla Archer Peter Peebles George S. Little, salesman
(owner: Peter Peebles)
James White
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
Vacant
(owner: George & Florence Morris)
Total assessment: $2521
1927 Winnifred L. Thomas. 3 people now in house
(owner: Winnifred L. Thomas, administering estate of Sarah A. Thomas)
Hyla Archer Peter Peebles George S. Little
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Walter James
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
Ross Stoneburg, age 23, finisher
(owner: George & Florence Morris)
1928 Winnifred L. Thomas.
(owner: Winnifred L. Thomas, administering estate of Sarah A. Thomas)
Hyla Archer Peter Peebles George S. Little
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Wallis Jones, 46, labourer
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
Ross Stoneburg, age 23, finisher
(owner: George & Florence Morris)
1929 Winnifred L. Thomas. Now 5 people in house
(owner: Winnifred L. Thomas, administering estate of Sarah A. Thomas)
Hyla Archer Peter Peebles George S. Little
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Walter Jones
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
Vacant
(new owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
1930 Winnifred L. Thomas. Now 3 people in house
(owner: Winnifred L. Thomas, administering estate of Sarah A. Thomas)
Hyla Archer Peter Peebles George S. Little
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Alexander Bryce, 36, teamster
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
James MacWhinney, 40 shoemaker
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
1931 Winnifred L. Thomas.
(owner: Winnifred L. Thomas, administering estate of Sarah A. Thomas)
Hyla Archer Peter Peebles George S. Little
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Alexander Bryce
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
James MacWhinney
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
1932 Winnifred L. Thomas, spinster. Now has taken in Larry Young, age 31, with 4 people. He’s a taxi driver.
(owner: Winnifred L. Thomas, administering estate of Sarah A. Thomas)
Hyla Archer Peter Peebles George S. Little
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Alexander Bryce
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
James MacWhinney
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
1933 Winnifred L. Thomas, spinster. Now Harry Young, listed as a mechanic.
(owner: Winnifred L. Thomas, administering estate of Sarah A. Thomas)
Hyla Archer, Valentine Chadwick Peter Peebles — seems to have finally retired at age 80 — lists “no occupation” George S. Little
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Alexander Bryce
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
James Bryce, truck driver, age 48
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
1934 Winnifred L. Thomas, Harry Young.
(owner: Winnifred L. Thomas, administering estate of Sarah A. Thomas)
Hyla Archer, Valentine Chadwick Peter Peebles George S. Little
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Joseph Petrovitch, cabinet maker
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
Vacant
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
1935 Winnifred L. Thomas, Harry Young.
(owner: Winnifred L. Thomas, administering estate of Sarah A. Thomas)
Hyla Archer, Valentine Chadwick Peter Peebles George S. Little
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Vacant
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
James Reid, finisher, age 56. 5 people, 1 dog.
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
1936 Winnifred L. Thomas, Harry Young.
(owner: Winnifred L. Thomas, administering estate of Sarah A. Thomas)
Hyla Archer, Valentine Chadwick Peter Peebles George S. Little
(owner: Peter Peebles)
John Craig, 49, Leather worker (did he work at A.R. Clarke, right at the end of the street?)
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
James Reid
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
1937 Winnifred L. Thomas, Harry Young.
(owner: Winnifred L. Thomas, administering estate of Sarah A. Thomas)
Hyla Archer, Valentine Chadwick Peter Peebles George S. Little
(owner: Peter Peebles)
John Craig
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
James Reid
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
Valuation: $2433
1938 Winnifred L. Thomas, Harry Young.
(owner: Winnifred L. Thomas, administering estate of Sarah A. Thomas)
Hyla Archer, Valentine Chadwick Peter Peebles George S. Little
(owner: Peter Peebles)
John Craig
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
James Reid
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
1939 Winnifred L. Thomas, Harry Young.
(owner: Winnifred L. Thomas, administering estate of Sarah A. Thomas)
Hyla Archer, Valentine Chadwick Peter Peebles George S. Little
(owner: Peter Peebles)
Thomas D. Cameron (3 residents)
Leslie J. Button (4 residents) Has building been split into apartments?
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
James Reid
(owner: Margaret and Charles McPherson)
1940 Winnifred L. Thomas, 4 residents Harry A. Hutley, (clerk?) age 28 with 5 residents, William G. Robinson, age 31, unemployed, with 4 residents. Hylas Archer owns. Peter Peebles, age (84 or 87), 2 residents. unemployed. George S. Little, age 60 Salesman. House owned by Peter Peebles Thomas D. Cameron, age 49, Iron Worker, 3 residents, and Leslie J. Button, 4 residents, age 25, Driver, owned by Margaret McPherson in trust of Charles M. McPherson. John Garden, age 51, Granite cutter, 7 residents, owned by Charles M. McPherson.
1941 Winnifred L. Thomas, single, 4 residents Thomas Lapointe, age 49, Soldier Tenant. Looks like Hyla Archer died, now Reprs of John McCann? c/o Wm Revell, 474 Winona Dr. 7 residents. Peter Peebles, age 89. 2 residents. George S. Little, age 62. Salesman, Peter Peebles owns. Thomas D. Cameron, Iron Worker, age 51. Charles McPherson owns. 3 residents. Leslie J. Button, age 27, Driver, 4 residents Vacant house
1942 Winnifred L. Thomas, single, 4 residents Thomas Lapointe, Soldier, b. 1892; owner: repres. Of John McCann (Dec) c/o William Revell. Person entitled to municipal franchise: Lily Lapointe . 7 residents Peter Peebles, b. 1852. 2 residents. George S. Little, Salesman, b. 1879; Muni. Franch: Jennie Little. Owned by Peter Peebles, 6 residents Thomas D. Cameron, Iron worker, Ruth Cameron Muni Franch. Born 1890. 3 residents. Leslie J. Button, Driver, born 1914, Muni Franch Agnes Button. 4 residents. owned by Charles McPherson 75 Simpson Ave. Eino Neilson, mechanic, Elsa Neilson MF 2 residents. Eric Province Mechanic, Lila Province MF, 4 residents. Owned by Charles W. McPherson, 75 Simpson Ave.
1943 Winnifred L. Thomas, Single, 4 residents Thomas (soldier) & Lily Lapointe, 7 residents. Same ownership as above Peter C. Peebles, 2 residents George and Gennie Little. Salesman, Peter Peebles still owns. 6 residents Thomas D. Cameron (iron worker) and Ruth Cameron.3 residents. Leslie J. Button, Driver, and Agnes Button, 4 residents. Victor Armsden, CNR Engineer, b. 1896, and Violet Armsden, 5 residents. Owned by Charles M. McPherson.
1944 Winnifred L. Thomas, single, 4 residents Thomas (soldier) & Lily Lapointe, 7 residents owned by William Revell (hand written correction on slide) Elizabeth Peebles (s)2 residents, owned by Elizabeth Peebles. George and Jennie Little 6 residents. Now owned by Jessie P. Harold c/o Biggs & Biggs, 5th Floor, 12 Richmond St. E. Thomas D. Cameron, Iron Worker 3 residents. Leslie J. Button, Driver, and Agnes Button, 4 residents. Owner: Ruth Cameron Victor Armsden, CNR Engr, Violet Armsden. Owner: Charles M. McPherson 75 Simpson Ave., Margaret E. McPherson.5 residents.
1945 Winnifred L. Thomas, single, 4 residents Thomas (soldier) & Lily Lapointe, 7 residents owned by William Revell, 474 Winona Dr. Elizabeth Peebles (s)2 residents, owned by Elizabeth Peebles. George and Jennie Little 6 residents. Owned by Jessie P. Harold c/o Biggs & Biggs, 5th Floor, 12 Richmond St. E. Thomas D. Cameron, Iron Worker 3 residents. Leslie J. Button, Driver, and Agnes Button, 4 residents. Owner: Ruth Cameron Victor Armsden, CNR Engr, Violet Armsden. Owner: Charles M. McPherson 75 Simpson Ave., Margaret E. McPherson.5 residents.
1946 Winnifred L. Thomas, single, 4 residents Thomas (soldier) & Lily Lapointe, 7 residents owned by William Revell, 474 Winona Dr. Willard Huffman, blacksmith, Elizabeth Huffman, 6 residents Jessie P. Harold, owner: Jessie P. Harold c/o W.J. McWhinney, 60 Victoria St., 1 resident. Thomas D. Cameron, Iron Worker 3 residents. Leslie J. Button, Driver, and Agnes Button, 4 residents. Owner: Thomas & Ruth Cameron Victor Armsden, CNR Engr, Violet Armsden. Owner: 5 residents. Looks like the Armsden’s now own the house.
1947 Winnifred L. Thomas, single, 1 resident. William R. (electrician) b 1896 and Cicely Black. 2 Residents Thomas (soldier) & Lily Lapointe, 5 residents. John MacKintosh, Decorator (1915) and Edna MacKintosh. 2 residents. owned by William Revell, 474 Winona Dr. Edward Bailey, CNR Conductor and Leah M. Bailey. 3 Residents. Jessie P. Harold, owner: Jessie P. Harold c/o W.J. McWhinney, 60 Victoria St., 1 resident. Thomas D. Cameron, Iron Worker 3 residents. Leslie J. Button, Driver, and Agnes Button, 4 residents. Owner: Thomas & Ruth Cameron Victor Armsden, CNR Engr, Violet Armsden. 6 residents.
1948 Winnifred L. Thomas, single, 1 resident. William R. (electrician) b 1896 and Cicely Black. 2 Residents Thomas (buffer) & Lily Lapointe, 7 residents. Thomas Bennett, TFD Fireman, b. 1922, and Marjory Bennett.3 residents. owned by Yutaka Kobayashi, 105 Nassau St.r. Harry M. Sweeney, Hoisting Engineer, 1895. Irene Sweeney crossed out as owner or lessee, Herbert Sutcliff written in instead. 4 residents Janet P. Harold, 4 residents Thomas D. Cameron, Iron Worker 3 residents. Leslie J. Button, Driver, and Agnes Button, 4 residents. Owner: Thomas & Ruth Cameron Victor Armsden, CNR Engr, Violet Armsden. 7 residents.
1949 Winnifred L. Thomas, single, 1 resident. Lloyd G. Young, Iron Mkr, b. 1921, and Grace E. Young, 3 residents Bazil Malikov, b 1922 Sheet Metal Worker and Tamara Malikov, 4 Residents. Leon Boczylo, Tailor, b. 1919, 5 residents Herbert Sutcliffe, b. 1912, Civic Employee, and May Sutcliffe. Alexander Stadelbauer, Civic Employee, b. 1907, and Grace Stadelbauer. Janet P. Harold, 4 residents Thomas D. Cameron, Janitor 4 residents. Leslie J. Button, Driver, and Agnes Button, 5 residents. Owner: Thomas & Ruth Cameron Victor Armsden, CNR Engr, Violet Armsden. 7 residents.
1950 Winnifred L. Thomas, single, 1 resident. Lloyd G. Young, Iron Mkr, b. 1921, and Grace E. Young, 3 residents Bazil Malikov, b 1922 Sheet Metal Worker and Tamara Malikov, 5 Residents. Leon Boczylo, Tailor, b. 1919, 6 residents Herbert Sutcliffe, b. 1912, Civic Employee, and May Sutcliffe. 5 residents Janet P. Harold, 1 resident Thomas D. Cameron, Janitor 5 residents. Leslie J. Button, Driver, and Agnes Button, 5 residents. Owner: Thomas & Ruth Cameron Victor Armsden, CNR Engr, Violet Armsden. 7 residents.

 

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