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Military Buttons

The front of military uniform buttons. Found north half of lot 20, con. 12

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Military Buttons - back

The back of military uniform buttons. They read: "J.R. Gaunt and Son Ltd. Montreal. Made in England." Found north half of lot 20, con. 12

World War 1 Roll of Honour and Veterans

Contains items relating to Simcoe County servicemen and women in World War I, including veterans related articles, artifacts and photographs, and the Roll of Honour

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Jack Sutherland in Uniform Outside the Bradford Model School

Photograph of Jack Sutherland standing in front of the Bradford Model School. Jack was the son of Alexander and Elizabeth Sutherland who ran Sutherland’s Bakery and Grocery. He was the nephew of Bessie Campbell. Jack served in the First World War and was killed in action in 1917. He is buried in Shorncliffe Military Cemetery in Sandgate, Eng.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

Private E.J. Billing's Medal

Medal presented to Canadian Military member, Private E.J. Billings by the citizens of Bond Head in appreciation of his service during WWI. The medal was made by A. Neilly Jewelers in Bradford.

A. Neilly Jewellers

Soldier's Holdall

This item is believed to be a “Holdall,” which would have been used during World War One to keep items together. Holdalls would contain various items needed for personal use and hygiene such as utensils, comb. sewing kit ("Housewife"), shaving equipment, toothbrush, etc. It is stamped with, "1916 W [arrow symbol] D 25." The arrow symbol was used by the British government to denote government property and was used in various parts of the British empire, the "WD" indicates that the item belonged to the British War Department and the "1916" indicates the year.

Government of England

Jack Sutherland War Grave

Photograph of Jack Sutherland's grave site in Shorncliffe Military Cemetery in Sandgate, Eng. Jack was the son of Alexander and Elizabeth Sutherland who ran Sutherland’s Bakery and Grocery. He was the nephew of Bessie Campbell. Jack served in the First World War and was killed in action in 1917.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

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