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Harrison, William
1  Early Days in Richmond Hill: William Harrison: Non-Candidate
2  Richmond Hill Photo Images: The community's first historian, William Harrison was Richmond Hill's second reeve in
3  Richmond Hill Photo Images: and put up for sale in 1885 by William Harrison at 17 Elizabeth Street North.
4  Early Days in Richmond Hill: store of P.G. Savage. Next came William Harrison's saddlery (later Isobel "Izzie"
5  Early Days in Richmond Hill: success in their family history," wrote Harrison, she "would get up early in the morning and
6  Early Days in Richmond Hill: raised for the summer months," wrote William Harrison, Richmond Hill's first historian. "It being
7  Early Days in Richmond Hill: most unusual. He was always restless, wrote Harrison, "ill at ease and wandering aimlessly about.
8  Early Days in Richmond Hill: gave up their property and, according to Harrison, "flitted elsewhere," leaving no descendants
9  Early Days in Richmond Hill: sojourners in a foreign land," wrote William Harrison in later years. "It was no unusual
10  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Hill is another matter. Local historian William Harrison, writing in The Liberalseventy years later,
11  Early Days in Richmond Hill: were something extraordinary," wrote William Harrison. "Most of Saturday's wages were spent on general
12  Early Days in Richmond Hill: And for one and all, concluded Harrison, the village "provides such amusements for the
13  Early Days in Richmond Hill: for the evening, and harnessmaker William Harrison offered as first prize a Webster's
14  Early Days in Richmond Hill: The community's first historian, William Harrison was Richmond Hill's second reeve in
15  Early Days in Richmond Hill: and put up for sale in 1885 by William Harrison at 17 Elizabeth Street North. The
16  Early Days in Richmond Hill: of incorporation, noted village historian William Harrison in 1889, Richmond Hill council had
17  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Harrison was active in the 1872 campaign for
18  Early Days in Richmond Hill: 10, 1834, in Bath, England. In 1843, when William was nine, the family moved to Canada and
19  Early Days in Richmond Hill: active community volunteer, Harrison helped organize the first fire brigade and
20  Early Days in Richmond Hill: maker William Trench, saddler William Harrison, dry goods merchant Isaac Crosby, and
21  Early Days in Richmond Hill: dedicated in October of the following year. William Harrison described it in an article for The
22  Early Days in Richmond Hill: Northern and Nipissing railways," observed William Harrison in 1888, "as a village we are not likely to
23  Early Days in Richmond Hill: or simply "The Fire Proof" William Harrison's harnessmaking and saddlery shop Henry Hopper,
24  Early Days in Richmond Hill: preserving, and writing its history. William Harrison, a prominent saddler, harnessmaker and

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