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Anglican Church - Holland Landing

A sketch of the Holland Landing Anglican Church as it appeared in the Holland Landing Scope. The caption read: "The Holland Landing Anglican Church is a landmark in that community, as represented here in a sketch by Simon Limbert. The community was officially named in 1821 when the first post office was established. The church was constructed in 1850 from materials taken from an older building.

Auld Kirk

The front of the Auld Kirk in the Scotch Settlement, built in 1869.

WEGWHIST Collection

Auld Kirk

Photograph of the Auld Kirk on the 6th Line in Bradford West Gwillimbury. Photo taken in June 2016.

Peter Wilson

Auld Kirk Cemetery

The Bannerman family are one of the many of the Scotch Settlement buried here (the Hunters, Magees, Faris' and Macbeths are others who have family plots within the cemetery).

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Auld Kirk Plaque

The historical plaque in front of the Auld Kirk commemorating the Selkirk Settlers who moved to West Gwillimbury and helped build this church.

Ontario Archaeological and Historic Sites Board

Bannerman Tombstones

Two tombstones belonging to the Bannerman family. Behind them is the Bannerman family plot.
"To the memory of George Sutherland: Native of Sutherlandshie, Scotland, who departed this life Feb 10 1859, Aged 66 years."
"Christina, wife of George Bannerman Died Dec 17, 1875, Aged 86 years. Native of Sutherlandshire, Scotland"

Birch, Warren & Charlotte Edney

Event Date : Saturday, July 06, 1935
Event Type : Marriage

Description : The wedding took place in the Trinity Anglican Church with the Rev. O. Hearn officiating. Charlotte is the daughter or Mr. and Mrs. James Edney. Following the honeymoon, the couple moved to Toronto.

Bradford Witness

Bishop Dedicates Window

"On September 29th, Trinity Anglican Church in Bradford welcomed Right Reverend George Elliott, Area Bishop of York-Simcoe, to dedicate the altar at the church, and a new set of stain glass windows titled Faith Love Hope"

Bradford West Gwillimbury Times

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