“Who’s Who” of Waverley Place Digital Exhibit

Looking for more information on Waverley Place? Do you like to put faces to names? Enthralled by “Monday’s with Mildred”? Look no further!

Explore our new digital exhibit, “Who’s Who” of Waverley Place! Browse through the exhibit, check out the Jury family tree, and discover the stories of the Jury family.

Explore the “Who’s Who” of Waverley Place Virtual Exhibit by clicking the button below!

The Jury family lived at Waverley Place, in Bowmanville, Ontario from 1901 to 1960. In 1960 the home was established as the Bowmanville Museum, now a part of Clarington Museums and Archives.

The home was originally built in 1847 by the Fisher family and given the name “Waverley Place” by David Fisher. The Fishers lived in the home until 1901 when it was sold to the Jury family.


Explore Mildred Jury’s 1926 diary with our #MondayswithMildred posts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!


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