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Clarence Herington was a photographer who was living on Murphy Street in Trenton, Ontario, at the time of the 1911 census. Clarence was the son of Henry Bordman Herington and Harriet Eliza Chapin. His father established a photographic studio in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the 1890s and Clarence worked there in 1904 but brought his wife and young family to Trenton by 1906, when his second child was born. Clarence died in Vancouver in 1945.
There are a number of photographs by Herington in the Archives' Flickr collection.
Harold McMurrich Rathbun was the child of Edward Wilkes Rathbun and his second wife, Bunella McMurrich. He lived all his life in Deseronto, Ontario. He married Nora Stoddart (1903-1996).
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The Deseronto High School was designed by architect Thomas Hanley. The Rathbun Company was awarded the construction contract and work began in June 1889. The school opened in January 1890 and was in operation until 1963.
Louise Rathbun was born in Deseronto, Ontario, on March 16th, 1859, daughter of Hugo Burghardt Rathbun and his wife Louise (Storm). She married Edward Clement French on October 22nd, 1884 in Deseronto. He died on April 23rd, 1895 in Deseronto. She married Frederick W. Powell on June 30th, 1896 in Deseronto. He died December 3rd, 1915 in Ottawa. She died in Ottawa on September 7th, 1922.