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27 Simcoe Road

Alex Sutherland’s bakeshop was located at 27 Simcoe Road for many years. It was later sold to Howard Bowser. Howard converted it into a rental dwelling. The building was eventually owned by a market gardener who had a cement garage and storage building constructed by Len Saint on the property. Neil Lathangue and his wife lived here for a time years later. After they left, Tommy and Bill Whiteside moved in and remained here until they died. (1, 2)

George Jackson

21 Barrie Street European Bakery

The one-storey building with a flat roof located at 21 Barrie St. has been used by many businesses over the years. Tommy Lautonee owned the blacksmith and carriage factory once situated in this structure. George Geddes was the blacksmith there until late in 1937. There was a stable door at the south end of the building and two sets of windows running along the front. There was also a large door going to the rear where there was a stall for shoeing uncooperative horses and a large flat stone circle with a hole in the middle (for pestling steel rims on wheels). In later years, the Bradford Witness (owned by Stewart and Ina McKenzie) moved from Holland St. to this structure. The newspaper also ran a printing shop here. Harvey Marks was a typesetter. Frank Edney and Fallis also helped. After Stewart passed away, Ina ran the business until she retired. (1, 2)

George Jackson

Wife and Husband in Double Tragedy

"Mystery, beyond the understanding of the closest friends of the family, surrounds the horrifying tragedy of the deaths of Mr. and Mrs. F.W. ("Bud") Stephenson in their home above the Bradford Bakery, in which business the former was a partner, sometime about midnight on Saturday. ..."

Bradford Witness

Personals - Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Stephenson's funeral

"Relatives attending the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Stephenson to-day included Mrs. Stephenson, mother of the former, and Mr. Lloyd Stephenson of Unionville; Mr. T. Stephenson, of Bultonville [sic]; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gowland and Miss Margaret Gowland, of Penetanguishene, parents and sister of Mrs. Stephenson; Mr. and Mrs. Steet, of Rouge Hills, the latter also a sister of Mrs. Stephenson."

Bradford Witness

Stage Armed Hold-Up at Model Bakery

"Clerk Forced at Gun-Point to Open Cash Register -- Street Row Distracts Attention of Passerby."

Article describing a robbery at the Model Bakery on Holland Street.

Bradford Witness

Hunt, Albert (Bert) obituary

  • CA BWGPL VS-1900-12499
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1950-03-15
  • Parte deVital Statistics

Event Date : Wednesday, March 08, 1950
Event Type : Death

Description : Died unexpectedly after becoming ill three days previous. Had been unwell for many months, causing him to retire. Husband of Marjorie Andrews of West Gwillimbury (married at Cookstown). Father of Phyllis, Lorna, Madeleine, Harold, Arthur, George and Wallace. Brother of Mrs. Arthur Gale of Beaverton. Uncle of two nephews, one in England. Brother died in the First World War. Born in Thornford, England. Came to Canada in 1924. Lived in Lucknow and Port Perry before coming to Bradford in 1928. Worked at the Bradford Bakery with the late Mr. Fred Gowland. Took over the business with the owner's son-in-law, the late Mr. Stephenson, when Mr. Gowland moved to Penetanguishene. After Mr. Stephenson's death, Mr. Hunt continued to run the business until his own retirement. Member of the Oddfellows' Lodge. Funeral March 10 from Trinity Anglican Church, Rev. H.G. Blake officiating. Interment in St. Paul's Cemetery, Coulson's Hill.

Bakery Tokens

Two bakery tokens that would have been given out by Alex Sutherland's bakery to patrons. One is for a 2lb loaf and the other a 4lb one.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

23/25 and 27 Holland Street East

The buildings shown in this photo are located at 21, 23, 25 and 27 Holland St. East. One of the buildings in this row was once a bakery and confectionary owned by Jack Madil. There were two ovens in the rear and a barn at the back of the property. Jack later sold the business to Fred Gowland in the early 1930’s and bought a farm (on the north side of Concession 10, on the west side of Sideroad 10). Fred and his family moved into the living quarters above the bakery. He had a partner and second baker named Bert Hunt. Fred later got a job as head baker at the Penetanguishene Asylum and moved to that area. Bert was left to run the business until he got sick. The business was then closed and the building was sold.
The 25 Holland St. East address was the Liberal Party office for Kraft Sloan in 1995.
The 27 Holland St. East address was the location of a barber shop run by Joe Scotto for over thirty years. (1, 2)

George Jackson

Hunt & Stephenson Bakery

An ad for Hunt & Stephenson Bakery in Bradford, c. 1933. Appeared in the Bradford Witness.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

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