Cambridge (Ontario)

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Cambridge (Ontario)

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Cambridge (Ontario)

  • UF City of Galt, towns of Preston and Hespeler, hamlet of Blair after amalgamation into the City of Cambridge, 1973.
  • UF Galt, Preston, Hespeler, or Blair before 1973, if if the city, town, or hamlet located within the present City of Cambridge is not known
  • UF Untitled

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Cambridge (Ontario)

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Colour photograph. A Breslau Church sponsored a

  • CA MAO 1994-1 145
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  • 1970

Colour photograph. A Breslau Church sponsored a party for seniors at the Fairview Mennonite Home in Cambridge. Found in the Ontario Inter-Mennonite Conference Yearbook, 1974, p. 56.

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Colour photograph. The Preston Church building

  • CA MAO 1994-1 134
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  • 1970

Colour photograph. The Preston Church building erected in 1953-1954. Found in the Ontario Inter-Mennonite Conference Yearbook, 1934, p. 56.

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Elm tree plaque at Preston Mennonite Church

Plaque for the old elm tree at Settlers Fork Park on display at Preston Mennonite Church. Plaque reads: "In 1800, the first permanent settlers began to arrive in this general area. They were mostly Mennonite families from Pennsylvania who had travelled here by horse-drawn conestoga wagons. The confluence of the Grand and Speed Rivers indicated to these pioneers that they had arrived at their destination. Their family names were Bechtel, Betzner, Biehn, Bock, Kinzie, Reichert, Sherk and Wismer. Nathaniel Dodge, a fur trader and former squatter, also settled in the area at this time. The original settler on this site was Joseph Bechtel who arrived in 1802, and who was ordained a Mennonite minister in 1804." Includes three photos and one painting of the elm tree and a a note that reads: "Erected by the 200th Anniversary Committee of the Preston and Wanner Mennonite Churches 2000." Caption in album reads: "The Elm Tree Plaque. The Plaque and Settlers Fork Park Signs were removed to Preston Mennonite Church after ceremony."

Fairview Mennonite Home in Preston, Ontario

  • CA MAO 1983-1 31
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  • 1960

Fairview Mennonite Home in Preston, Ontario. The home was officially opened on February 10, 1956. Hunsberger photo 32-125

Hunsberger, David L.

Fairview Mennonite Home in Preston, Ontario. Copy

  • CA MAO 1987-1 205
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  • 1966

Fairview Mennonite Home in Preston, Ontario. Copy negative from transparency used for post card. July 5, 1966. Hunsberger photo 32-134

Hunsberger, David L.

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