Sir Allan MacNab was buried with: his son (Robert MacNab); his parents (Allan and Anne MacNab); his first wife (Elizabeth Brooke MacNab); his second wife (Mary Stuart MacNab); his brother (David Archibald MacNab); two of his brother’s children; and MacNab’s daughter (Minnie MacNab Daly).
A weekly review on art related activities of Chris Erskine. This week: start of a new short film project on Irish Corktown. Artist Chris Erskine email@example.com @erskinec
Call to Action – Email 159 words of support to Hamilton City Council by 5 pm, Sept 24, 2014 to save the Hermitage Ruins that are located in Ancaster, Ontario. One word for every year that the Hermitage has existed. Council needs to know that the community will support their decision to save the Hermitage.Continue reading “#SavetheHermitage – Call to Action”
Hamilton Artist Update 23 – City Gardens In the 19th century, having a vegetable garden was far more common than today. This was because of the size of the lots. While most inner city home had very narrow lots (about 20 – 25 ft), this lack of space was made up by having veryContinue reading “Hamilton Artist Update 23 – Hamilton City Gardens”
The Hermitage Ruins have a little more time before the future is decided. The Permits sub-committee was to hear the request by the Hamilton Conservation Authority to demolish most of the surviving walls to a height of 3 feet. Apparently, more people wanted to attend the meeting, so the meeting has been re-scheduled to May.Continue reading “Hermitage Ruins Not History Yet!”