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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.

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Bradford fire chief, wife celebrate 40th anniversary

"A number of friends were on hand last Sunday afternoon to help Edward (Ted) gapp and Audrey Gapp celebrate 40 years of marriage.
A reception was held at the Bradford firehall for the Gapp's. It was a fitting location because Mr. Gapp has been the chief of the town's volunteer fire department for many years.
The Gapp's were married on October 2, 1935 and have spent their entire married life in Bradford. In addition to his involvement with the fire department, Mr. gapp works as caretaker of the town hall.
Mr. gapp has lived in Bradford since he came to Canada at the age of seven with his parents. He was born and lived his early years in England.
The guests enjoyed tea and coffee with the Gapp's. The head table was decorated with a beautiful flower arrangement.
As chief of the fire department, Mr. Gapp has seen the addition of more equipment and particularly a new pumper truck earlier this year. The truck was provided by West Gwillimbury Township to permit better service to the township.
Mr. and Mrs. Gapp said the recent weather is very similar to that of 40 years ago. "Our wedding day was much like today," Mr. Gapp said Sunday. "It was cool and foggy in the morning but once the sun burned it off, it was a beautiful day." "

King, Walter & Stella

Bradford's Walter King was 31 years old when this photo was taken in 1914. Mr. King is shown with his new bride Stella Kneeshaw. The wedding took place two days before on the Kneeshaw farm on the 6th line of West Gwillimbury and the couple moved to Mr. King's farm down the road where they lived until 1943. When Mr. King was 95, he lived in retirement on John Street in Bradford.

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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.

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Verkaik, James Harry (Jim) & de Beer, Susan

Event Date : Thursday, May 30, 1963
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew de Beer of Brampton, to Jim, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Verkaik of Springdale. The wedding took place in Springdale Christian Reformed Church. Rev. P. Kranenburg of Jarvis, formerly of Springdale, officiated. The maid of honour was the bride's sister, Miss Mary de Beer of Brampton and two other sisters, Miss Dorothy and Miss Frances de Beer, also of Brampton, were bridesmaids. Miss Lauretta Verkaik, niece of the groom, was flower girl. George Posthumus, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. Mr. Gerald Verkaik was his brother's groomsman and the ushers were two cousins of the groom, George Verkaik and Dennis Van Dyke. Mr. and Mrs. Verkaik will reside in Springdale.

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Verkaik, Gerald Carl & Maan, Wilhelmina Catharine Irene

Event Date : Thursday, July 31, 1958
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Wilhelmina Catharine Irene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Maan of Springdale, to Gerald Carl, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Verkaik of Springdale. The wedding took place at Springdale's Christian Reformed Church. Rev. R. Wildschut officiated. The groom was the first baby in what is now the village of Springdale, this fact making the happy occasion an historical one. The bride's sister, Miss Jane Maan, was maid of honour and her two cousins, Misses Betty and Anne Maan, were bridesmaids. Mr. Jim Verkaik was his brother's groomsman and the ushers were the bride's brother, Brian Maan, and the groom's cousin, Harry Horlings. Mr. and Mrs. Verkaik will reside in their new home in Springdale.

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Ellis, C.W. & Maud Rose

Event Date : Wednesday, October 04, 1905
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Dr. Charles Willis Ellis to Miss Adelia Maud Rose, youngest daughter of F.W.W. Rose, of Syracuse, N.Y., both of Bradford. The wedding took place at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. A.E. Scanlon. The ceremony was performed by Rev. G.B. Morley, R.D. The bride was attended by the sister of the groom, Miss Mabel Ellis, of Beeton. Mr. A.E. Rose, of Syracuse, N.Y., brother of the bride, was a groomsman. The bride was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr. A.E. Scanlon. The couple will reside in Bradford.

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Reeves, Walter & Sadie Saint

Event Date : Wednesday, February 17, 1909
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Sadie, daughter of Mr. Thomas Saint, to Walter Reeves, all of Bradford. The wedding took place at the Parsonage, Bradford. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Long.

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Garrett, Roland & Alice Leetta McAfee

Event Date : Wednesday, September 29, 1909
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Alice Leetta McAfee, youngest daughter of Mrs. John McAfee, to Roland S. Garrett, of Cranbrook, B.C., third son of Mr. & Mrs. E. Garrett, Bradford. The wedding took place at the residence of the bride's mother, Fairview, Barrie St., Bradford. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W.P. Lane, of Bond Head. The bride, who goes by her middle name, was escorted by her brother, Mr. Robert McAfee, of Cookstown. The couple will live on Armstrong Avenue, in Cranbrook, B.C.

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Campbell, Lewis H. & Louisa Graham

Event Date : Wednesday, September 26, 1900
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Dr. Lewis H. Campbell, of Bradford, to Miss Louisa H. Graham, daughter of Mrs. Thomas Graham. The wedding took place at the residence of the bride's mother, 26 Callendar St., Toronto. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J.R. Rankin, of Dunn Avenue Methodist Church.

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