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Wood, Frank obituary

Event Date : Sunday, August 16, 1903
Event Type : Death

Description : At Port Hope, on Sunday, August 16th, Frank Wood, late Principal of Port Hope Public and Models Schools, in his 57th year.

Bradford Witness

Wood, Mrs. Fred (Eunice)

Full obituary for Mrs. Fred (Catherine Eunice Scanlon) Wood:
"With the passing away at Newmarket Hospital on Friday, February 10, of Catherine Eunice Moore Scanlon, beloved wife of Fred Wood, West Gwillimbury lost one of its most well-known citizens. Mrs. Wood was born and lived all her life on the farm owned by her father, the late Thos. Scanlon, Lot 2, Concession 10, whose father, Mark Scanlon, settled at Scanlon's Creek about the year 1824. Her mother was the late Maria Sloane, whose parents settled on the farm of James Sloane about the same time. The late Mrs. Wood attended school at Mount Pleasant and later attended the High School situated at the northern entrance to the Pine Grove, Bradford. She was an Anglican and during her whole life attended St. Paul's Anglican Church, the church attended by her parents. Having lived her whole life on the same farm, and having a keen mind with vivid recollections of the early settlers, she knew intimately the history of West Gwillimbury and Bradford. Mrs. Wood is survived by her husband; one brother, Allan Scanlon, who wife was a former Bradford girl, Myra Baker; their six sons and one daughter, who attended the funeral. Predeceasing her were Annie (Mrs. Donald McKay); George; Birdie (Mrs. Thos. Wood), and Mark. The funeral was from the family residence to Mount Pleasant Cemetery, part of which was given to the Methodist Church by her grandfather, Mark Scanlon. The pallbearers were six nephews, Lewis Scanlon, Sudbury; Fred Scanlon, Copper Cliff; Douglas Scanlon, Callander; Bert Scanlon, North Bay; Walter Wood, Painesville, Ohio, and gerald Wood, Wyandotte, Mich."

Bradford Witness

Wooden Bench Plane

A bench plane made largely of wood with a metal blade. It would be used for shaping wood or smoothing a wood surface in woodworking/carpentry.

PPart of a collection of woodworking tools and items owned by Walter Reeves and Joseph Mark (Mark was original spelling before it changed to Marks). Reeves was Bradford Town Constable and Mark was a railway worker. Donated by their grandson, Bill Marks.

Bill Marks

Wooden Carpenter's Ruler

Part of a wooden carpenter's ruler, made by John Rabone & Sons. Engraved is, "Rabone/Made in England/no.1176." This ruler would have been foldable. One half of the ruler and the joint are missing.

Part of a collection of woodworking tools and items owned by Walter Reeves and Joseph Mark (Mark was original spelling before it changed to Marks). Reeves was Bradford Town Constable and Mark was a railway worker. Donated by their grandson, Bill Marks.

John Rabone & Sons

Wooden clog

A wooden clog found in the debris field caused by the flood of Hurricane Hazel and the dykes overflowing.

York University Archives

Wooden Float

A wooden float. Floats are used in masonry to smooth and level concrete or plaster.

Part of a collection of items owned by Walter Reeves and Joseph Mark (Mark was original spelling before it changed to Marks). Reeves was Bradford Town Constable and Mark was a railway worker. Donated by their grandson, Bill Marks.

Bill Marks

Wooden Level

A wooden level.

Part of a collection of woodworking tools and items owned by Walter Reeves and Joseph Mark (Mark was original spelling before it changed to Marks). Reeves was Bradford Town Constable and Mark was a railway worker. Donated by their grandson, Bill Marks.

Bill Marks

Wooden Smoothing Plane

A bench plane made largely of wood with a metal blade, specifically a smoothing plane. It would be used for shaping wood or smoothing a wood surface in woodworking/carpentry.

Part of a collection of woodworking tools and items owned by Walter Reeves and Joseph Mark (Mark was original spelling before it changed to Marks). Reeves was Bradford Town Constable and Mark was a railway worker. Donated by their grandson, Bill Marks.

Bill Marks

Woods Home

Bill Woods' home. The Wood’s brothers built these post war houses about 1946.

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

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