- CA BWGPL AR-Build-2019-02-01-17
- 1889 - 1946
A metal and wood auger. An auger would be used for drilling holes, largely used in woodworking/carpentry.
Part of a collection of woodworking tools and items owned by Walter Reeves and Joseph Mark (Mark was original spelling before it changed to ...
Auger, Thomas & Sarah Hall
Event Date : 18680617
Event Type : Marriage
Municipality : Other - Bradford
Lot : 0
Description : Rev. Thomas Auger to Miss Sarah Ann Hall, of Barrie.The wedding took place at the residence of the bride's mothe...
Event Date : Sunday, October 04, 1959
Event Type : Death
Community : Other - Bradford
Concession : 0
Description : Suddenly at River Drive Park, Ontario, in his 55th year. Husband of Irene Baker. Father of Jane. Br...
- CA BWGPL WEG-EaSet-PH19437
The front of the Auld Kirk in the Scotch Settlement, built in 1869.
- CA BWGPL LHC-Scot-2016-06-28-03
Photograph of the Auld Kirk on the 6th Line in Bradford West Gwillimbury. Photo taken in June 2016.
- CA BWGPL LHC-Scot-OS8936
The Auld Kirk in the Scotch Settlement. The congregation, many of them Scottish immigrants, began gathering in 1822, and a log church was built in 1823. This building was built in 1869. It closed its doors in 1885.
Auld Kirk Anniversary Celebration
- CA BWGPL LHC-Scot-OS10133
Ladies after cleaning the church for the anniversary service.
Back Row: Madie Elliott, Vera MacDonald, Norma Melbourne, Myrtle Calhoun
Front Row: Laura Lloyd, Bobbie Hodgson, Muriel Cairns, Joyce Muirhead
Children: Jane McNair, Ann Hodgson.
Auld Kirk Cemetery
- CA BWGPL LHC-Scot-OS9744
The Bannerman family are one of the many of the Scotch Settlement buried here (the Hunters, Magees, Faris' and Macbeths are others who have family plots within the cemetery).
Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library
Auld Kirk Cemetery
- CA BWGPL LHC-Scot-OS8697
The Auld Kirk Cemetery on the 5th Line in the Scotch Settlement marking the final resting place of many early settlers.
Auld Kirk Plaque
- CA BWGPL LHC-Scot-OS8554
The historical plaque in front of the Auld Kirk commemorating the Selkirk Settlers who moved to West Gwillimbury and helped build this church.
Ontario Archaeological and Historic Sites Board