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$19,000 bull

"Agriculture Minister William Newman was on hand last Wednesday with cattle owner John Devins for a special service. The men were celebrating the first time an imported breed of cattle has been sent back to its country of origin. John Devins' Charolais bull, Jericho, has been sold to French cattlemen for $19,000."

George Jackson

Township of West Gwillimbury Embroidered Crest Sampler

A sampler for creating an embroidered version of the Township of West Gwillimbury official crest. This crest design first came into use in approximately 1973. It includes a hand drawn picture of the crest with colour pallette and a samples of coloured threads to be used. Included with this sampler is information about the crest and the meanings behind the various aspects of it.

Township of West Gwillimbury

E. Jeffs & Son - Felicia the Heifer cow

This photograph is of Felicia, bred by Edward Jeffs & Son. The Jeffs were well known stock-breeders who have owned their property on the 6th Concession since 1837. They first started with Shorthorn cattle, Leicester sheep and Berkshire pigs, and by 1906 were breeding show-winning animals.

Bradford Witness

Dogs killing sheep will cost $1,200

"Sheep killed or mauled by dogs earlier this month in the Newton Robinson area are going to cost West Gwillimbury taxpayers more than $1,200. The attacks occurred on the farms of Donald Ramsay, William Row, Jr., and Alonzi Aurora, and left 21 sheep dead and several more injured to the point where they have to be destroyed. The attack on the Ramsay farm on the Ninth Concession, was totally unexpected because the sheep were in the barn. The family awoke the following morning to a scene of carnage."

George Jackson

Cronan Dairy Farm

The Cronan Dairy Farm in 1950 - The family continues to farm to this day. The barn was built in 1934 and first used by Joseph and Gertie Cronan's family.

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Clarence & Earl Jessop

If you have any additional information about this photo please contact the library at 905-775-3328.

Feeding the Turkeys

Photograph of a daughter of Joseph Martin (1873-1946) and Elizabeth Martin (nee Spiers) (abt. 1883-unknown) feeding turkeys outside the Martins' barn.

Joseph was the son of Thomas Martin (1840-1919) and Elizabeth Martin (nee Lee) (1850-1936). Elizabeth Lee was the daughter of Thomas Lee (1794-1868) and Ann Lee (nee Graham) (abt. 1825-1903).

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

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