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Accident - George Stoddart

"Yesterday afternoon Mr. Geo. Stoddart met with a serious accident. He was working on the new school building at Middleton, and the scaffold on which he was standing at the time gave way precipitating him, and Mr. Fred McKay, to the ground a distance of about 25 feet. Mr. McKay escaped unhurt, while Mr. Stoddart sustained a broken leg at the ankle. The nature of the break is considered to be quite serious, and may mean amputation of the right foot."

Bradford Witness

Biemold, Albert death

Event Date : Saturday, November 30, 1963
Event Type : Death

Description : Albert Biemold, 77, of R.R. 2, Newmarket, one of the first and best known settlers on the Holland Marsh in 1934, passed away in York County Hospital, Newmarket, on Friday following an accident in which he was struck by a car on the 3rd
Concession of King Township, in the vicinity of the Ansnorveld store, shortly after 5:30 p.m. December 24.Mr. Biemold had gone to the store to do some shopping and, after coming out of the store he was walking along the road, because the sidewalk was slippery, when, the police said, he was struck by a car driven by Alexander Bruder, 58, of R.R. 2, Newmarket, who said he did not see the man. Vandorf O.P.P., who investigated, said Mr. Biemold was wearing dark clothing when he was struck. He sustained two broken legs as well as severe shock. He was taken to York County Hospital, Newmarket, where he never regained consciousness. Mr. Biemold, who was predeceased by his wife, the late Harmke vander Hede, is survived by two sons and three daughters, Eise of Holland Marsh, Henry of California, Gertie, Katrina and Hilda, all of Ansnorveld, Holland Marsh. Funeral services were held at the Christian Reformed Church, Holland Marsh, on Monday at 2:30 p.m., with interment Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Bradford.

Bradford Witness

Cobalt Express Wreck

"The Inquest at Barrie was not concluded. - Evidence of Engineer Meeking and the Report of the Official Investigation Required--Cause of the Accident Not Clear"

Relates to the Grand Trunk Railway derailment on July 15, 1908

Bradford Witness

Cobalt Train Badly Wrecked

"Serious smashup on the G.T. R. North of Bradford - Engineer, Fireman and Express Messenger Badly Injured"

Relates to the Grand Trunk Railway derailment on July 15, 1908.

Bradford Witness


Contains news clippings and articles on various disastrous events of Bradford West Gwillimbury; includes fires, Hurricane Hazel, drownings, explosion, train wrecks

Joe Saint


Contains news clippings and articles on various fires of Bradford West Gwillimbury; articles ranging from 1864 - 1958

Joe Saint

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