Meadowvale, Peel, Ontario, Canada
|Photos||Meadowvale Mills to Millennium by Kathleen A. Hicks.|
An illustrated history of Meadowvale outside Toronto with particular emphasis on Mills. Gooderhams were operating farms and mills and even bought the wood to build their windmill in Meadowvale.
Rose Villa built by William Gooderham for his son Charles Horace (Holly) in Meadowvale in 1870
|Family Stories||1870 The Gooderham Mansion is built in Meadowvale|
In 1870 William Gooderham built a large red brick Georgian Survival style mansion in Meadowvale, decorated with ornate Italianate features at a cost of $30,000, for William’s youngest son, Charles Horace, known as Holly. It still stands today, renovated into a Montessori School.
Matches 1 to 6 of 6
|Last Name, Given Name(s)||Death||Person ID|
|1||Gooderham, George||6 Oct 1910||Meadowvale, Peel, Ontario, Canada||I66|
|2||Gooderham, George Walter||1944||Meadowvale, Peel, Ontario, Canada||I119|
|3||Gooderham, Harriet Jane||1934||Meadowvale, Peel, Ontario, Canada||I117|
|4||Gooderham, Jessie Helen||1936||Meadowvale, Peel, Ontario, Canada||I120|
|5||Gooderham, William Ezekiel||Mar 1963||Meadowvale, Peel, Ontario, Canada||I77|
|6||Southern, Samuel||24 Dec 1975||Meadowvale, Peel, Ontario, Canada||I1401|