Item LVMC-MR-2-062 - Home of Alexander and Florence McLellan

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Home of Alexander and Florence McLellan


  • 1940-06 (Creation)

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Mille Roches home of Alexander and Florence McLellan, Mille Roches - c. late 1940s. The McLellan's were bee keepers, and operated Treasure Island Honey Farm. Alex was employed by St. Lawrence Power Co., at the Mille Roches Powerhouse. The McLellan family sold their home to Ontario-Hydro, and they moved to Cornwall. The house was vacant at the time of its move, and it was the 38th house moved to Townsite #2. It was identified as SL 331 and moved on August 24, 1956. It was placed on its new foundation on Lot 351 on August 27, 1956. Ontario-Hydro exchanged this house with Gower Stephenson for the one he owned, - SL 436, on July 27, 1957. Garfield "Doc" and Ethel Heard and family lived at this residence in Long Sault at 9 Frost Avenue, then, it became the home of George and Keitha Strachan and family, for many years.

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