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Holancin, Paul & Kamenetzky, Irene Anne

  • CA BWGPL 19052
  • Stuk
  • 1957-11-06

Event Date : Saturday, November 02, 1957
Event Type : Marriage
Municipality : Toronto, Ont.
Community : Other - Bradford
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Concession : 0
Description : Irene Anne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theophan Kamenetzky of Toronto, to Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Holancin of Bradford. The wedding took place at the Ukrainian Presbyterian Church, Toronto. Rev. Michael Fesenko officiated.The bride had four attendants, Miss Sophie Kamenetzky of Los Angeles, maid of honour; and Miss Marianne Kamenetzky, Toronto; Miss Mary Holancin, Bradford, and Miss Iris Sokell, Toronto, were the bridesmaids.Mr. Joseph Wolf of Burlington was groomsman and the ushers were George Holancin and Edward Gres of Bradford and Gary Gilbert of Aurora.Mr. and Mrs. Holancin will reside on the Holland Marsh.

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Poulis, Andrea

  • CA BWGPL 19139
  • Stuk
  • 1958-01-15

Event Date : Tuesday, January 07, 1958
Event Type : Birth
Municipality : Toronto, Ont.
Community : Other - Bradford
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Concession : 0
Description : At Women's College Hospital, Toronto, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. William G. Poulis (nee Helen Holancin), Toronto.

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Bradford 41 Years Ago

An 1904 reprint of part of the April 2nd, 1863 edition of the South Simcoe Times. It was printed by the Bradford Witness as part of the "Bradford 4_ Years Ago" series. It has happenings related to Bradford ratepayers and town council.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

Alexander Sutherland Death Announcement

An announcement of the death of Bradford businessman and owner of Sutherland’s Grocery, Alexander Sutherland on July 24th, 1931. Appeared in the July 29th, 1931 issue of the Bradford Witness.

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George Webb Obituary

An obituary for George Webb, previous owner of the Uneda Hotel. He passed away on May 16th, 1926 and this obituary appeared in the May 19th, 1926 issue of the Bradford Witness.

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William L. Campbell Obituary

Obituary for William L. Campbell in a 1948 edition of the Bradford Witness. He passed in 1948.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

Southern Part of Simcoe's Oldest Township Reviewed

A newspaper article from the Bradford Witness, written by Mrs. J. A. S. Mills of Dunkerron in November 1965. The article provides the history of the Bradford West Gwillimbury area at-a-glance and includes information on Governor John Graves Simcoe.

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Earl Rowe is guest speaker

"Honorable Earl Rowe, former Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario, was guest speaker at the Fisher's Corners Womens Institute Meeting January 20. A great supporter of women's institutes, Mr. Rowe spoke to the women and their husbands for about 45 minutes on current issues like the Quebec problem and reminsced about politicking in the area in horse and buggy das. He expressed the need for multi-lingualism in Canada, rather than just bilingualism, explaining that Canada was a land of many nationalities and not just French and English. Well qualified to discuss national affairs, Mr. Rowe said he had personally known and worked with eight of Canada's prime ministers, including Pierre Trudeau. Described as a very warm and down-to-earth person by the women, Mr. Rowe is currently in retirement at his farm near Newton Robinson. He told the group he spends much of his time exercising his horses and reading."

George Jackson

Young and old

"The First Bradford Brownies served tea and cookies to about 70 members of the Gay Sixties senior citizens' club last week. Seven-year-olds Evelyn Schlarb and Libbie Evans did the honors for Lila Proctor (left) and Bertha Langford, both John street residents. The club's upcoming activities include a trip to Barrie on Saturday, a trip to Woodbine raceway July 7, and a picnic at Midhurst in August."

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Charles Evans named for jubilee medal

"Alex Haley in his recent novel, Roots, aptly illustrated the significance and importance of having a sense of where one has come from. A person who has such a sense of his genealogical history is Charles Evans, Bradford's nominee to receive the jubilee commemorative medal. Dates are special to Mr. Evans because they indicate the changes that have occurred in his family's growth and development since moving into the Bradford area more than a century ago. Mr. Evans is a fifth-generation of the Evans family to live near Bradford."

Ron Parducci

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