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108 Holland Street West

The two-storey, brick house located at 108 Holland St. West was built by John Maurino on what was originally a 100-acre farm owned by John Skinner. Skinner lived on Church St. (at the southeast corner of John Street). There was a creek behind the original barn and a pond used for watering stock, etc. It was also used as a hockey and skating rink in the winter many years ago. The land was eventually sold to John Maurino. He added a two-storey shed and a new barn to the property at the time he built the house that is seen in this photo from 1995. Maurino and his wife (a sister of Cavallo, the local harness and shoemaker) farmed the land with their children Augustus, Aida, Frank, Lena and Laura. (1, 2)

George Jackson

Adair Farm - House

Adair house and driving shed. In later years beautiful gardens were developed where the chicken coop once stood. Cedar hedge in the background.

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Aerial View of Joseph Martin Farm

Aerial photograph of the property of Joseph Martin (1873-1946) and Elizabeth Martin (nee Spiers) (abt. 1883-unknown). Shows farmhouse and 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


Contains items relating to Agricultural history in Bradford West Gwillimbury. Headings include: 1861 Ag. Report on Census Agricultural Articles and Advertisements Ontario Farmer Articles Market & Price Information Farm Innovation Dairy Farm Names/Information Fences Agriculture - Other

WEGWHIST Collection

Alwyn & Robert Martin

Photograph of Alwyn Roy Martin (1889-1971) with possibly his brother Robert A. Martin (1876-1953) in-front of the family farmhouse.

Thomas was the husband of Elizabeth Lee and Joseph was also her son. Elizabeth was the daughter of Thomas Lee (1794-1868) and Ann Lee (nee Graham) (abt. 1825-1903).

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Banting farmhouse

This is a photo of a farm at the North West corner of highway 27 and Beeton Road. On the left hand side of the picture stand two hired men. Edith Stewart (nee Banting), Jane Banting (nee McDermott), Bertha Banting and Annie Agnew (nee Banting), with Charles Large Banting on the left hand side of the group.

Karol Joyce

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