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Bennett, Hurley E. (Bud), Jr. death

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  • 1987-07-22

July 16, 1987 Death BENNETT, Hurley E. Jr. (Bud) AT York County Hospital, Newmarket on Thursday, July 16, 1987, following a lengthy illness; of Kinmount, Ontario and formerly of Windsor and Aurora. Beloved husband of Eileen, dear father [of] Gray...

Bradford Weekly

Biemold - daughter birth

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  • 1948-09-22

Event Date : Wednesday, September 15, 1948 Event Type : Birth Description : A daughter to Mr and Mrs Henry Biemold of Newmarket at York County Hospital.

Bradford Witness

Biemold - son birth

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  • 1951-06-13

Event Date : Monday, June 04, 1951 Event Type : Birth Description : A son to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Biemold, R.R 2 Newmarket. Born at York County Hospital.

Bradford Witness

Fire destroys storage barn in Holland Landing

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  • 1987-03-04

"A half dozen residents of Holland Landing lost cars and a boat they had stored in a Bathurst Street building that was destroyed by fire Friday afternoon." ...

Bradford Weekly

Holland Landing freight shed fire

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  • 1900-05-03

"The G.T.R. freight sheds at Holland Landing narrowly escaped being consumed by fire at 12 o'clock on Saturday [April 29th]. After doing about $100 damage to the roof the fire got under control. The fire is supposed to have been caused by a passin...

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Neilly, Sarah Rebecca obituary

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  • 1890-05-08

Event Date : May 5, 1890 Event Type : Death Description : Beloved wife of Mr Andrew Neilly. Age: 35 years. Died in Aurora.

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Newmarket Metropolitan Railway

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  • 1900-05-10

The Metropolitan railway was a streetcar project which was to extend up to Bond Head through Bradford. Newspapers reported in 1900 that citizens would welcome this track through the towns, although it was a costly endeavour: "The residents of the ...

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