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Vera Stoddart Obituary

Event Date: February 28, 2019
Event Type: Death

"STODDART, VERA JANEL Peacefully passed away at Caressant Care Nursing Home, Lindsay on Thursday, February 21, 2019. Vera Stoddart (nee Fenwick) of Lindsay and formerly of Bond Head and Toronto in her 81st year. Leloved wife of Wilson for almost 59 years. Loving mom of Harry (Silvia) and Sandra (Peter) Labor. Loving grandma of Connor (Rebecca), Cavan, Harrison, Abigayle and Rebekah; Teigan and Sarah. Cherished sidter of Roy (Elaine) Fenwick. She will be dearly missed. She met life's challenges with grace, a quiet conviction, and persecerance. From her humble beginnnings as a city girl, she earned the respect of the farming community such that she became the first woman honoured as the Simcoe County Farmer of the Year (19990). She loved life on the farm, cherished her family and extended community, was a dedicated historian, and found beauty in her natural surroundings. Every day that she was able to share in the splendors of nature was another day well spent. She will be sadly missed by the countless organizations for which she volunteered. Friends may be received at Skwarchuk Funeral Home, 30 Simcoe Rd., Bradford (1-800-209-4803) for visitation on Thursday, February 28, 2019 from 2 - 4 and 7 - 9 pm. FUneral service will be held at the funeral home on Friday, March 1, 2019 at 11 a.m. Interment Bond Head Cemetery. In Vera's memory, donations may be made to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto."

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Cummings Family

  • CA BWGPL OS8773

Dr. and Mrs. Cummings with their children, from left to right, Julian, James, Harley, and Victor.

Bill & Elsie Reynolds

  • CA BWGPL OS8446
  • 1930

Elsie and Bill Reynolds on their wedding day.

Bond Head School SS #5 Class Photo 1934

S.S. #5, Bond Head School, 1934. Teacher was Edna Ball.
Back Row, left to right: Elmer Barker, Unknown, ? Copeland, Edna Ball (teacher), Unknown, Lorne Barker.
Middle Row: Bill Murray, Al Harvey, Dorothy Copeland, Paddy Clarington, Eileen Dixon, Dewitt Bentley, Unknown, Art Webb.
Front Row: Herb Barker, Jack Breedon, Lorna Dixon, Kathleen Clarington, Jim Bentley, Jean Bannerman, Freddy Switzer.

Stoddart House

This house, built in 1900 on the north half of Lot 15, Concession 7, was the home of Bert Stoddart and his wife Mary Jane (May) Hulse. From left: May Stoddart holding her son Baldwin Stoddart, Alice Hulse (May's mother), Hulse Stoddart. Men in the photograph are unknown.

Gwillim Group Committee, Lt. Gov. Onley and P. Van Loan

Gwillim Group Committee members with Lieutenant Governor Onley, his wife Ruth Ann and Peter Van Loan. Back Row (l-r): Darlene Braybrook, Tom Fuller, Jennifer Gordon, Mary and Don Gardiner, Vera Stoddart and Peter Line. Middle Row (l-r): Natalie Dykie, Christine Houlieff, Brenda Winter, Zelma Fuller, Bill Marks, Joan Gibson, Mikki Nanowski and Judith Moses. Front: Lieutenant Governor Onley, Ruth Ann Onley and Peter Van Loan.

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Governor Simcoe Slept Here: The Legacy of West Gwillimbury

Description : Following four years of volunteer work by a team of members of the Bradford West Gwillimbury Local History Association, Governor Simcoe Slept Here - The Legacy of West Gwillimbury was launched on December 15th. In October, 2001 over forty people responded to the initial invitation to meet and discuss the possibility of writing a history of West Gwillimbury and they choose to call themselves WEGWHIST - West Gwillimbury History. The book was written by a team of 15 Bradford West Gwillimbury residents. Governor Simcoe Slept Here tells the story of the two waves of pioneer settlers to West Gwillimbury - the Scottish, Irish and English, who settled on the highlands during the 1820 - 1830 period and the European settlers who arrived a century later to the Holland Marsh. Churches, schools and hamlets are documented in the two volumes, along a CD which includes "The Many Faces of West Gwillimbury" as photographed by Franz Aschwanden, a listing of the Marsh Land Owners in 1949 and a Genealogical Index of the Families.

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