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Zima, Andrija obituary

Event Date : Tuesday, September 29, 1964
Event Type : Death

Description : Died at his home, Bradford. Dear father of John Zima, Sr. and dear grandfather of John Jr. and Paul, and survived by six great-grandchildren, all of Bradford. Friends may call at the Lathangue-Kilkenny Funeral Home, 30 Simcoe St., Bradford. Service Friday at 2 p.m. Interment Park Lawn Cemetery, Toronto, approximately 3:30 p.m.

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Zima, Andrew Michael birth

Event Date : Saturday, November 25, 1978
Event Type : Birth

Description : A son to John and Judy Zima, a brother for Jennifer.

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Younge, Catherine Stewart

Event Date : Monday, May 04, 1953
Event Type : Death
Municipality : Palgrave, Ont.

Description : Died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Rawn, Lot 3, Concession 7, Adjala Township, in her 90th year.
Beloved wife of the late Richard Younge, dear mother of Mabel (Mrs. Joseph Pettit), Adjala; William Langford of Bradford, and the late Wellington Langford; Charlotte (Mrs. George Ewing), of Red Deer, Alta.; Alma (Mrs. Oliver Pettit), of Tottenham; Arnold of Athlone; Evelyn (Mrs. Henry Rawn), of Palgrave; Adrienne (Mrs. Edgar Moffatt) and Dalton, both of Toronto. Resting at the Turner Funeral Home, Orangeville, where service was held on May 6. Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery.

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Young, Rev. Egerton Ryerson obituary

Event Date : Tuesday, October 05, 1909
Event Type : Death

Description : Rev. Egerton Ryerson Young. Age: 70th year. Noted Canadian Missionary and Author. Born in Smith's Falls in 1840, a son of Rev. William Young, a pioneer Methodist preacher. Taught school until 1863, when he joined the ministry. Married Elizabeth Bingham, of Bradford, in 1867. Was called to the North West, and became a negotiator between the aboriginals and government officials. Returned to Ontario because of his health, and became an author and lecturer in England. He wrote about life among natives. Survived by his wife and five children: Rev. E.R. Young, P.A., Chatsworth; Mrs. R.N. Helme, Lancaster, England; Mrs. (Rev.) A.B. Fitzgerald, Hilton, N.J.; Mrs. Newton Brown, Toronto; and Mrs. H.E. Watson, Toronto. Lived at "Algonquin Lodge" Bradford. Interred in Bowmanville.

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Yarmoluk, Gene & Gladys Irene Mestagh

Event Date : Sunday, December 05, 1943
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Daughter of Mr and Mrs C. Mestagh of Bradford wed son of Mr and Mrs H Yarmaluck of Bradford at The Church of all Nations in Toronto.

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Wyman, Louis Sr. obituary

Event Date : Saturday, October 30, 1971
Event Type : Death

Description : Died peacefully at Martingale Villa Nursing Home, Bradford. Beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Schmidt and dear father of Louis H. Wyman of Bradford, dear grandfather of Victoria (Mrs. G. Bos) and Daniel of Bradford. Rested at the Lewis Funeral Home, 30 Simcoe St., Bradford. Service was held in the chapel Monday at 2 p.m. Interment Riverside Cemetery, Toronto.

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Wyman, Louis H. - birth

Event Date : Monday, October 27, 1958
Event Type : Birth

Description : At York County Hospital, Newmarket, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Lou Wyman, Bradford.

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Woodcock, Wayne Thomas

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Event Date : Saturday, February 22, 1947
Event Type : Birth
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Community : Bradford
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Concession : 0
Description : A son to Mr and Mrs Elmer Woodcock (nee Dorothy Lundy) of Bradford at Mrs. Fuller's Nursing Home, Bradford.

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Wood, Mrs. Fred (Eunice)

Full obituary for Mrs. Fred (Catherine Eunice Scanlon) Wood:
"With the passing away at Newmarket Hospital on Friday, February 10, of Catherine Eunice Moore Scanlon, beloved wife of Fred Wood, West Gwillimbury lost one of its most well-known citizens. Mrs. Wood was born and lived all her life on the farm owned by her father, the late Thos. Scanlon, Lot 2, Concession 10, whose father, Mark Scanlon, settled at Scanlon's Creek about the year 1824. Her mother was the late Maria Sloane, whose parents settled on the farm of James Sloane about the same time. The late Mrs. Wood attended school at Mount Pleasant and later attended the High School situated at the northern entrance to the Pine Grove, Bradford. She was an Anglican and during her whole life attended St. Paul's Anglican Church, the church attended by her parents. Having lived her whole life on the same farm, and having a keen mind with vivid recollections of the early settlers, she knew intimately the history of West Gwillimbury and Bradford. Mrs. Wood is survived by her husband; one brother, Allan Scanlon, who wife was a former Bradford girl, Myra Baker; their six sons and one daughter, who attended the funeral. Predeceasing her were Annie (Mrs. Donald McKay); George; Birdie (Mrs. Thos. Wood), and Mark. The funeral was from the family residence to Mount Pleasant Cemetery, part of which was given to the Methodist Church by her grandfather, Mark Scanlon. The pallbearers were six nephews, Lewis Scanlon, Sudbury; Fred Scanlon, Copper Cliff; Douglas Scanlon, Callander; Bert Scanlon, North Bay; Walter Wood, Painesville, Ohio, and gerald Wood, Wyandotte, Mich."

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Wood, Frank obituary

Event Date : Sunday, August 16, 1903
Event Type : Death

Description : At Port Hope, on Sunday, August 16th, Frank Wood, late Principal of Port Hope Public and Models Schools, in his 57th year.

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