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Bill & Elsie Reynolds

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  • 1930

Elsie and Bill Reynolds on their wedding day.

Stoddart Family

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  • 1940

Byne and Hulse Stoddart with their children Wilson and Leila.

William Stodders

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William Stodders, son of John Stodders, who was yeoman of Beldurbit, Ireland, and Jane Davis (nee Mrs. Faris). Received plan of area July 1, 1804. His father had come to Upper Canada in 1817 to look for land. He went back to Ireland and returned with his three sons, William, James, and Hugh, and stepson John Faris. William married Margaret Wilson in the parish Church of St. James, now St. James' Cathedral, in 1819. His license of occupation was granted April 7, 1819. The Stodders lived on the south half of Lot 10, Concession 7, which was called "The Oaks". Family name later became Stoddart.

Cummings Family

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

Reynolds Family

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Reynolds family. From left: Harry, Ed, Minnie, Olive, Bill celebrating Minnie's 80th birthday in November of 1958. She was born 1878 and died July 6, 1963.

Frances Perry

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Frances Laurine Perry (nee Gummerson).

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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