Peel County Ontario,
Woodhill Public School,
April 1942, Class Photo

Union School Section #17 Chinguacousy, #3 Toronto Gore.

The first school for this section was a log structure located in the southeast corner of lot 6, concession 6 east, Chinguacousy, and was built sometime before 1854. In 1863, a brick structure was built on the same lot. In 1942, the Toronto Gore section (#3) was assigned to the Malton Victory school, and the Woodhill school was known simply as S.S. #17, Chinguacousy. The school served the section until June 1960. It was then closed and the students were transferred to Aloma Crescent Public School in Bramalea.

Woodhill Public School, 1942 Class Photo

This photo was given to Laraine Smith by a cousin.
Back, L - R: Don Woodill, Bill Hostrawser, Ferne Hostrawser, Miss M. Goodchild (Teacher), UNKNOWN, John Gardhouse, Bob Dale, Bill Ward.
Middle, L - R: UNKNOWN, Shirley Hostrawser, Ruth McKenna, Doreen Hostrawser, (?) Wilson, Audrey Dale, UNKNOWN, UNKNOWN, (?) Wilson.
Front, L - R: Sammy Smith, Don Maltby, Keith Maltby, Calvin Dale, Bob Windell, Mervyn Hostrawser, Bill McKenna.

Many thanks to who kindly sent me this scan.

Can you provide missing names, comments or corrections?

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