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Copeland, Russell and Myrtle 65th Anniversary

Myrtle and Russell Copeland celebrate their 65th Wedding Anniversary.

Accompanying story by Susan Stein:
"It was a day for memories, a day always to be cherished by Russel and Myrtle Copeland, by friends and family , who came to celebrate with them on their 65 Wedding Anniversary. There was an Open House, held at their home in Newton Robinson on Sunday, May 7, 1989.
A large turn-out came from all over Ontario despite the inclement weather to share in the celebration of this respected couple's festive occasion and to share their memories.
It was on May 7, 1924 that Russel Copeland and Myrtle Bateman were married at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Bond Head by Rev. Charles Hearn. They settled on the family farm on the 8th line of West Gwillimbury for several years before moving to their present home in Newton Robinson.
Russel purchased his first livestock truck in 1926 - a hard rubber tire model T. That same year their eldest son Laurence was born, followed by Stanley ... " The rest of the story is cut off.

Innisfil Scope

William and Bertha Langford Wedding

William Alexander Langford born 20 July, 1890 in Alton, On.
Bertha Catherine Elizabeth Pettit born 6 September, 1890 in Adjala Twp, On.
They were married on March 6, 1919.
Their children are Dorthy Henriette, born 3 Feb., 1920, Keith Henry, born 9 Jan., 1926, Stewart William. born 17 Mar., 1930.

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Rowes Married 60 Years

Just after celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary, Treva Rowe and Earl Rowe, former lieutenant-governor, check the health of one of the apple trees in front of their Newton Robinson home. They were married at Newton Robinson United Church June 27, 1917, and had three children, Bill, Lennox, and Mrs. Jean Wadds. Mr. Rowe was a member of the Ontario Legislature for two years in the 1920s and then represented Dufferin-Simcoe in the House of Commons for almost 40 years. He was lieutenant-governor from 1963 to 1968. This photo appeared in the Bradford Witness and it is also in the Bradford Women's Institute Scrapbooks.

Bradford Witness

Vital Statistics

  • Collection
  • 1800-

Contains documents and information on Vital Statistics in Bradford West Gwillimbury.

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Perry, R.S. & Frances Parker

Event Date : September 23, 1862
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Mr. R.S. Perry, of Cookstown, to Miss Frances Maria, third daughter of Thomas Parker, Esq., Reeve of West Gwillimbury. The wedding took place at the residence of the bride's father. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. Fidler.

South Simcoe Times

Jeffs, Edward & Mary Driffill

Event Date : October 8, 1861
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Mr. Edward Jeffs, of West Gwillimbury, to Miss Mary Driffill, eldest daughter of Thomas Driffill, Esq.The ceremony took place at the residence of the bride's father, but location is unknown.

Bradford Chronicle

Young, Egerton & Lizzie Bingham

Event Date : December 25, 1867
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Rev. Egerton Ryerson Young, Wesleyan Minister, of Hamilton, to Lizzie R., eldest daughter of the late Joseph Bingham, Esq., of Bradford. The wedding took place in the Adelaide St. Wesleyan Church in Toronto. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Ryerson.

South Simcoe News

Tyrwhitt, Richard & Emma Whitaker

Event Date : April 26, 1870
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Richard Tyrwhitt, Esq., son to the late William Tyrwhitt, Esq., to Emma, second daughter of Rev. George Whitaker, M.A., Provost of Trinity College, Toronto, who also performed the ceremony. The wedding took place at the chapel of Trinity College, Toronto.

South Simcoe News

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