• Honourable Robert Baldwin A Reformer and participant in the rebellions of 1837 in Upper Canada.

  • Frederick Walker (Casey) Baldwin A grandson of the Reformer, the Honourable Robert Baldwin, Frederick Walker Baldwin was the first citizen of the British Commonwealth to fly an airplane. The flight took place at Lake Keuka in New York State.

  • Lieutenant-Colonel Gordon Minto Churchill, P.C., D.S.O., M.A., LL.B. Gordon Minto Churchill was a military leader, member of the Manitoba Legislature and a Cabinet Minister under Prime Minister John Diefenbaker.

  • Dr. Abraham Groves, 1847 - 1935 Dr. Abraham Groves was the first doctor to perform an appendectomy in North America which was performed on May 1, 1883, in Fergus, Ontario. The Groves Memorial Community Hospital in Fergus, Ontario is named after him.