1839 ~ 1916





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    Frances and Abraham Oakley came to California from Canada for Abraham's health and soon settled in Ontario. They purchased 5 acres at J and Euclid a two story Stick style home which still stands today. They grew oranges on their land and shipped them by rail to markets back east. Frances became active in the Woman's Temperance Union who's mission was to eliminate the sale and consumption of alcohol.                                                                   

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When you just don't know what to say... Express your Sympathy with elegance - 290 x 65

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