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6 Archival description results for Labourer

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Ella & Elva Adair

Adair homestead on Con. 8. Ella with Elva on farm wagon in 1945.

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Hirlehey, William obituary

Event Date : Sunday, June 18, 1950
Event Type : Death
Municipality : Toronto

Description : Died in St. Michael's Hospital, where he had spent the past six months. Husband of Mary Elizabeth Maher. Father of Peter, Mrs. F. Wilkinson (Mitzi), Mrs. A.J. Abel (Dorothy), Miss Marjorie Hirlehey, and Mrs. Glenn Boyd (Alice Joan). Brother of Mrs. McWilliams of Bradford and Frank of Toronto. Born in Sunderland. Telegrapher with the railway at several stations before being appointed station master at Bradford forty years ago. Retired in 1937 and took up gardening, tending to his own garden and the garden of the Forty Martyrs' Church. Funeral from Holy Rosary Church, St. Clair Ave., Toronto, at 9 a.m. Interment in Mount Hope Cemetery, Toronto. Pallbearers: Glenn Boyd, Harold Hirlehey, George Cushinan, Frank Maher, Pat Maher, and P. Michell.

Bradford Witness

Mill/ Manufactories

Contains items relating to the Mills and factories of the Bradford area. Headings include: Maps Manufacturing