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Collings, Norman Edward & Jean Olive Blizzard

Event Date : Tuesday, October 31, 1933
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Married in Toronto by the Rev. A. E. Marshall. Jean Olive is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blizzard of Newmarket.Norman Edward is the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Collings of Bradford.

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Collings, Thomas Benjamin & Tait, Jacqueline

Event Date : Saturday, May 17, 1958
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Jacqueline, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Tait of Shanty Bay, to Thomas Benjamin, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Collings of Bradford. The wedding took place at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Barrie. Rev. J. Ferguson officiated. Miss Beverley Douglas of London was maid of honour and the bridesmaids were the bride's sister, Miss Joan Tait, and the groom's sister, Miss Mary Jane Collings. Alastair Sinclair of Newmarket, and formerly of Bradford, was groomsman, and the ushers were also school friends of the groom, Paul Smith of Bradford, George Jackson of Toronto and formerly of Bradford, and Donald Richardson of London. Mr. and Mrs. Collings will reside in London, Ont., the groom having been appointed assistant engineer for Middlesex County.

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Compton, Gordon William & Ritchie, Marilyn Marie

Event Date : Wednesday, February 19, 1958
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Marilyn Marie, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Milton Ritchie of Bradford, to Gordon William Compton, only son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Compton of Bradford. The wedding took place in Bradford Presbyterian Church. Rev. E. C. McLarnon of Toronto, and formerly of Bradford, officiated. The bride had four attendants. Mrs. Robert Miller of Newmarket was matron of honour, the bridesmaids were Mrs. Keith Collings of Cayuga and Miss Margaret McInnes of Toronto, and little Miss Donna Glassford, niece of the bride, was flower girl. The groomsman was Mr. Robert Hanna of Toronto and the ushers were Mr. Robert Veale of Toronto and Mr. Keith Collings of Cayuga. Mr. and Mrs. Compton will reside in Bradford.

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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.

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Copeland, Stanley & Muriel Shaw

Event Date : Saturday, September 27, 1952
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Muriel Joyce Shaw, Reg. N., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Shaw of Midland, to Stanley Earl Copeland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Copeland of Newton Robinson. The ceremony took place at St. Paul's United Church, Midland, Rev. W.R. Auld officiating. Maid of honour was Miss Connie Provost, Reg. N., of Kirkland Lake, and bridesmaid was Miss Shirley Shaw of Midland. Flower girl was Miss Darlene Copeland of Newton Robinson, niece of the groom. Groomsman was Allan Houghton of Newton Robinson and ushers were Lawrence Copeland, brother of the groom, and Robert Newburn of Midland. Couple will live at Newton Robinson. The bride is a 1952 graduate of the Royal Victoria Hospital School of Nursing at Barrie.

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Coutts, Sarah and George

Sarah Coutts and George Michie Coutts at their 50th wedding anniversary. This photo was taken in 1938 at the Scotch Settlement farm, located on the South West corner of Middleton Side Road and 6th concession, West Gwillimbury. From left to right, Dr. Gordon, Jack Coutts, Dr. Wallace, Norman Coutts, Everett Coutts, Harold Coutts. Mrs. Coutts lived from 1863-1951 and Mr. Coutts lived from 1861-1938.

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Cronan, Francis Gerald & Martindale, Ruth Marie

Event Date : Saturday, August 20, 1960
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Ruth Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Martindale of New Liskeard, to Francis Gerald Cronan, son of Mrs. Joseph Cronan of Gilford and the late Mr. Cronan. The wedding took place in Pro-Cathedral the Assumption, North Bay.

Cronan, John & Gladys Bell

Event Date : Saturday, September 26, 1959
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Gladys Isobel, daughter of Mrs. R.E. Bell and the late Mr. R.E. Bell, to John Vincent Cronan, son of Mrs. J.M. Cronan and the late Mr. J.M. Cronan. Ceremony conducted by Rev. C.J. Cerrone at Church of the Holy Martyrs of Japan in Bradford.

Cronan, Thomas Lewis & Gibbons, Florence Anne

Event Date : Saturday, May 15, 1954
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Florence Anne, daughter of Mrs. Gibbons of Bradford and the late Thomas F. Gibbons, to Thomas Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Cronan of Gilford. The wedding took place at Holy Martyrs' Church, Bradford. Rev. F. R. McGinn officiated.The bride was given in marriage by her Godfather, Mr. Edmund Walker of Victoria Harbour. Miss Mary Gibbons was her sister's bridesmaid. Mr. John Cronan was his brother's groomsman and two other brothers, Harold and Francis Cronan, were the ushers.Mr. and Mrs. Cronan will take up residence on the groom's farm at Gilford.

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