Councillor Cook died Thursday, hundreds pay their respects
- CA BWGPL GJ-SB 75-PH26978
"Fred Cook, a man who for many years was a social and political influence in Bradford, died last Thursday in York County Hospital at 73. Mr. Cook was admitted to the hospital April 6 suffering from a heart attack. Funeral services were held in Tri...
- CA BWGPL JS-Vol2-JSC-v2-1100
Contains news clippings and articles on various disastrous events of Bradford West Gwillimbury; includes fires, Hurricane Hazel, drownings, explosion, train wrecks
- CA BWGPL JS-Vol2-JSC-v2-1300
Contains news clippings and articles on various fires of Bradford West Gwillimbury; articles ranging from 1864 - 1958
- CA BWGPL JS-Vol4-JSC-v4-2020
Files including letters, newspaper clippings (namely birth and death records), photographs, and essays on select families of Bradford West Gwillimbury
Five Drown in Branch of Boyne Near Beeton
- CA BWGPL LHC-DIS-Accid-2016-09-23-09
"The branch of the Boyne River which crosses the road into Beeton, west of No. 27 Highway, was, like all other streams of the district, swollen to danger proportions last Friday night and at this point a terrific toll in lives was taken. Five bodi...
Nine-Year-Old Boy Drowns at Belle Ewart
- CA BWGPL LHC-DIS-Accid-2016-10-25-06
"Nine-year-old Eric Bradbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bradbury pf Belle Ewart, drowned Saturday in Lake Simcoe while paddling on an inner tube at Belle Ewart Beach. ..."
Crimes of Bradford
- CA BWGPL LHC-Event-CRI
Contains various items on crimes committed in or around the Bradford West Gwillimbury area.
Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library
Watson, Karolyn Marie funerary card
- CA BWGPL LHC-KJ-2016-09-12-04
An obituary of Karolyn Marie Watson, who died in Toronto on May 26th of 1951. Karolyn was the daughter of William John Watson and Ida Watson. Her funeral was held at the Interment Scotch Settlement Cemetery.
Railway Grim List
- CA BWGPL LHC-Tpor-2016-12-08-09
Article on the total number of people injured and killed due to train related accidents in one year (1908). The majority were railway employees.