Concession 7



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  • Con. 7 usually refers to Bond Head; use Hwy 88, Holland St., or Bridge St. for Bradford locations

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Armson/Wood House

Armson - Wood House on the south half of Lot 5, Concession 7. William Armson came to West Gwillimbury in 1820 and was granted a 200 acre piece of land (Lot 5, Con. 7). The home pictured was built of mud brick by the Armson family. Robert Wood bought it in 1881 and it was still in the Wood family in 2004. This photograph is thought to have been taken around 1890.

Left to Right: Joe Reynolds, Joseph Wood Sr.(Joe's grandfather), Addison with the dog (young child in front), Jean W. (child) with Ada, Robert W. (Joe's father), William Wood (in Mrs. Joseph Wood's arms), Susan Wood (Mrs. Russell Stone), Alex on the horse.

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Mail carrier Bill Cullough

Bill McCullough, mail carrier, on the Seventh Line of Tecumseth Township. The photo was taken at the Andrews farm. Mr. McCullough shared the mail carrying duties with D.W. Watson in Beeton. Bill was one of the first to start delivering mail to the rural community.

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