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Wolfe, Joe death

March 11, 1987
Death

WOLFE Joe -- Suddenly at Nainimo, B.C. on Sunday, March 1, 1987. Joe Wolfe formerly fo [sic] Bradford in his 84th year. Beloved husband of Ethel Tompson. Dear father of Ann Knoblock of Deerfield Beach, Florida, Erika Regan of Parksville, B.C. and Patti Brown of Cookstown. Dear sister Kay Bischoff of Toronto. Also survived by 5 grandchildren. Friends called at Lathangue & Skwarchuk Funeral Home, 30 Simcoe Street, Bradford. Service was held in the Chapel, Friday, March 6 at 2:00 p.m.

Bradford Weekly

W.L. Campbell Drug Store

W.L. Campbell opened the store around 1891. It was located at 10 Holland St. West. He was the son of William Campbell, grain dealer, and brother of Dr. L.H. Campbell. He was born in Bradford. W.L. attended the Ontario College of Pharmacy, in Toronto, and graduated in 1891, winning the College medal for general proficiency. He was also an expert lacrosse player, until a knee injury kept him from playing. He then took over duties as the team's secretary-treasurer, and the team has since won two provincial championships and one inter-championship. He is also a member of the gun club.

Lew Campbell

With Our Men In Uniform - June 21st

"With Our Men in Uniform" was a weekly column where letters or the location of Bradford and West Gwillimbury troops in the Second World War was disclosed to the town. It was a way to give updates on their conditions, or let the soldiers themselves thank the community for any gifts, support, or to say how they were doing overseas.

This week promoted three letters from soldiers, the location and well-being of Hedley Dimock and letter of thanks from Ken Ogilvie.

Wist, James Frank (Jim) obituary

Event Date : Thursday, January 19, 1995
Event Type : Death

Description : At York County Hospital, Newmarket, in his 51st year. Resident of R.R. 1 Gilford. Companion of Jean Davis. Father of Kim and Jaimie and his wife Stephanie. Best friend of Cathy, Greg and his wife Andree, Becky and Debbie. Son of Marie and John Wist. Brother of Rick and his wife Jane. Grandson of Amelia Michin. Papi to Steven, Michael, Tyler, Jennifer and Brodi. Uncle of Jodi and David. Son-in-law of Doris Murray. In keeping with Jim's wishes, a private family service will be held. Donations to the York County Hospital Foundation, Newmarket, would be appreciated.

Toronto Star

Wist, James Frank & Creor, Sherry Lee Ann

Event Date : Saturday, January 15, 1966
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Sherry Lee Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Creor of Newmarket, to James Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wist, R.R. 1, Kettleby. The wedding took place in Holy Martyrs of Japan Church, Bradford. Rev. C. Cerrone officiated. Miss Nancy Thompson of Toronto, cousin of the bride, was maid of honour, and the bridesmaids were the bride's sister, Miss Lillian Creor of Newmarket, Miss Wendy Caradonna of Newmarket, and Miss Maureen Walker of Bradford. The groom's cousin, Gary Wist, R.R. 1, Kettleby, was groomsman and the ushers were his brother, Ricky Wist; his cousin, Paul Wist; Mike Davies and Paul Colangelo of Bradford. Mr. and Mrs. Wist will reside at R.R. 1, Kettleby.

Bradford Witness

Wist, Elizabeth death

Event Date: Monday, January 14, 1985
Event type: Death
Newmarket, Ontario

Elizabeth Wist, 84, of 200 Holland Court, Bradford, died on Monday, Jan. 14, 1985 in York County Hospital, Newmarket.
The daughter of Joseph and Katherine Ernst, of Yugoslavia, she was born on Apr. 28, 1900 in Yugoslavia.
She was a member of the Holy Martyrs of Japan Roman Catholic Church.
Predeceased by her husband John Wist Sr. and a son Frank, she is survived by her son John Wist Jr. of RR1 Kettleby, four grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on Thursday,January 17 at the Holy Martyrs of Japan Church with Father Vella officiating. Interment Holy Martyrs Cemetery.

Bradford Witness

Wist , John Sr. obituary

Event Date : Tuesday, August 28, 1979
Event Type : Death

Description : One of the Holland Marsh pioneers, John Wist Sr. died last Tuesday (August 28) at York County Hospital in Newmarket. He was 83. Born in Yugoslavia, Mr. Wist emigrated to Canada in 1927, residing first in the west, then moving to the Leamington area. He and his wife Elizabeth worked on a sugar beet farm weeding for $12 an acre - tough work that lasted from sunup to sundown. Forty years ago, Mr. Wist and his family settled in the Holland Marsh where he cleared a five-acre parcel of land. He built a home on the King Rd. near the Fourth Concession, carrying every piece of lumber for the house the distance of one mile. Back in those days work really meant work" his son John Jr. commented. While he officially retired about 30 years ago Mr. Wist still kept busy on the family farm near the Muck Research Station. He helped with the back-breaking job of clearing the land and his son recalled one incident where his father had fallen during the clearing operations. Shrugging off the pain Mr. Wist suggested more work could be done on the drainage ditches. It was only later that he discovered he'd cracked two ribs in that fall. For the past two years Mr. Wist and his wife lived in retirement in Bradford. He became ill about one month ago. Mr. Wist leaves his wife Elizabeth Ernst and his son John Jr. He is predeceased by his son Frank. He also leaves a brother Mike of Toronto, grandsons Jim, Rick, Gary, and Paul, and great-grandchildren Kim, Teressa and Jaimie. Friends called at the Lathangue & Skwarchuk Funeral Home in Bradford and funeral mass was held at the Holy Martyrs of Japan Roman Catholic Church last Friday. He was buried at the Holy Martyrs Cemetery in West Gwillimbury Township."

Bradford Witness

Wishing Bradford a Happy Birthday

"A Silent Auction, a supper of Penne and Spicy meatballs, with salad and garlic bread, and funnel cakes for dessert - and a hilarious look at Bradford's history, presented by the Bradford District High School Drama Club... The Gwillim Group put together a fundraiser that was filling and fun, last weekend at the high school." ...

Bradford West Gwillimbury Times

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