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Allan, Ann (nee. Bremner)

  • CA BWGPL 4932

Event Date : Sunday, May 15, 1910
Event Type : Death
Municipality :
Community : New Tecumseth
Description : Died at the age of 58.

Breedon, Clarence

  • CA BWGPL 4941

Event Date : Monday, March 12, 1923
Event Type : Marriage
Municipality :
Community : New Tecumseth
Description : Married in Bond Head.

Breedon, Arnold & Gladys Humphry

  • CA BWGPL 4939

Event Date : Friday, December 16, 1932
Event Type : Marriage
Municipality :
Community : New Tecumseth
Description : They had 6 children, James, Gladys, Alice, George, Robert and Daisy.

Cook, Olive Ena nee Whiteside

  • CA BWGPL 28283

Event Date : Saturday, February 23, 1935
Event Type : Death
Municipality :
Community : Other - Bradford
Description : On Saturday, February 23rd, 1935. Olive Ena Whiteside, beloved wife of Frank Cook. Funeral on Tuesday, February 26th. Interment Aurora Cemetery.

Cave, Lyman

  • CA BWGPL 28286

Event Date : Tuesday, August 06, 1935
Event Type : Death
Municipality :
Community : Newton Robinson
Description : At Alliston hospital, on Tuesday, August 6, 1935, Mrs. Lyman Cave of Newton Robinson.

Sutherland, William & Elva Anna Bradley

  • CA BWGPL 4921

Event Date : Saturday, September 21, 1935
Event Type : Marriage
Municipality :
Community : West Gwillimbury
Description : Moved to Bond Head after the wedding. Went on to have three girls, Margaret, Marian and Doris, and one son, John.

Hurlburt, Ella and Dr. Ray Judge

  • CA BWGPL 28152

Event Date : Sunday, September 29, 1935
Event Type : Marriage
Municipality :
Community : Bradford
Description : Collier Street United Church, Barrie, was the scene of an interesting autumn wedding on Saturday afternoon when Ella Louise Hurlburt, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Hurlburt, Barrie, became the bride of Dr. Ray Harold Judge of Bradford, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Judge of Moscow, Ontario. Rev. Prof. K. Cousland, Toronto, assisted by Rev. K. Cousland, Toronto, assisted by Rev. E. E. Long of Barrie, performed the ceremony.The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of bridal satin, fashioned on long lines, with cowl neckline, long tight-fitting sleeves, and long scalloped train. Her veil of tulle was in cap effect, and was caught with a band of gardenias and orange blossoms. The bride's two sisters attended her, Mrs. Charles Carbin, Toronto, wore claret velvet with matching hat and carried Johanna Hill roses, and Miss Frances Hurlburt wore brown velvet with matching hat and carried yellow roses. The groom was attended by his brother, Mr. Floyd Judge. The ushers were Mr. Charles Carbin and Mr. Reginald Woodruff, Toronto. Mr. Lloyd Tufford, organist of the church, played the wedding music and during the signing of the register, Mrs. H. J. Heath, Barrie, sang.Following the ceremony a reception was held at The Pines" the home of the bride's parents. During the reception Miss Betty Oram Toronto sang. Dr. and Mrs. Judge left on a motor trip to New York and other points the bride travelling in a rust boucle suit with brown coat hat and accessories."

McArthur, Donald Lewis and Amy Marguerite Copeland

  • CA BWGPL 28154

Event Date : Saturday, February 29, 1936
Event Type : Marriage
Municipality :
Community : Bond Head
Description : On Saturday, February 29th, 1936, at the Anglican church. Bond Head, by the Rev. C. R. P. Hearn, Amy Marguerite, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Copeland of West Gwillimbury, to Donald Lewis, son of Mrs. Louise and the late Francis F. McArthur of Bond Head.

Jack, Kenneth McLean and Mary Henrietta Lee

  • CA BWGPL 28153

Event Date : Tuesday, August 11, 1936
Event Type : Marriage
Municipality :
Community : Bradford
Description : The marriage of Mary Henrietta, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Lee of Bradford, to Kenneth McLean Jacks, of Schumacher, Ontario, youngest son of Mrs. Jacks and the late John Jacks of Stroud, was very quietly solemnized in Trinity Anglican Church, Bradford, at seven o'clock Tuesday evening. The Rev. A.G. Channen performed the marriage ceremony. The bride and groom were unattended, the bride wearing her travelling costume, a navy blue tailored suit with accessories to match and a corsage of roses. Mr. and Mrs. Jacks will make their home in Schumacher, Ontario.

Stoddart, Leila Frances

  • CA BWGPL 4926

Event Date : Monday, May 29, 1939
Event Type : Birth
Municipality :
Community : Cookstown
Description : Parents were Hulse Stoddart and Byne Ball.

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