Apperley, Fred MP3 (#10 and #11)
- CA BWGPL OH-2016-09-14-09
An interview with Mr. Fred Apperley, discussing common household chores in regards to the 1970’s, and discussing Cookstown in regard to pollution and politics. Emphasizes Mr. Apperley’s childhood in Cookstown.
Apperley, Fred MP3 (#15)
- CA BWGPL OH-2016-07-12-03
Interview of Fred Apperley. See the Related Descriptions below for the transcript
Asselin, Mike MP3 (#13)
- CA BWGPL OH-2016-09-14-10
An interview with Mr. Mike Asselin, discussing his upbringing, specifically working with his father as a young man.
Baynes, Marjorie MP3
- CA BWGPL OH-2016-09-14-11
An interview with Ms. Majorie Baynes discussing the Baynes’ family tree in detail.
Brown, Harry & Margaret MP3
- CA BWGPL OH-2016-09-14-12
An interview of Harry and Margaret Brown by George Jackson. The audio only contains the final part of the interview, with the early part cut off. Harry and Margaret speak about their lives in Mount Pleasant and Bradford, mainly of their church lif...
Brown, Stan MP3
- CA BWGPL OH-2016-09-14-13
An interview featuring Stan Brown at the Scotch Settlement Historic Group, recorded by George Jackson. It is based on Stan's family history.
Burton, Irma MP3
- CA BWGPL OH-2016-09-14-14
An interview with Irma Burton, recorded by George jackson at the Scotch Settlement Historical Society Meeting at the Auld Kirk. Irma discusses her family history based on the Hughes and Gibbs families.
Catania, Sam MP3
- CA BWGPL OH-2016-09-14-15
An interview with Sam Catania, recorded and prompted by George Jackson. Sam discusses working with Professor W.H. Day and dredging the Holland Marsh.
Cook, Fred C. MP3 (#12)
- CA BWGPL OH-2016-09-14-18
An interview with Fred C. Cook, recorded by Jack Coleman and Peter Moran. Fred discusses his family history, his life in Bradford, and a history of the area.
Fred C. Cook
Culbert, Jim MP3 part 1
- CA BWGPL OH-2016-09-14-19
An interview with Jim Culbert, recorded by George Jackson and Joe Saint. Jim discusses his family history in this section, while discussing the historic buildings of Bradford in part 2 (see Related Descriptions below)