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Black, Paul Ronald birth

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  • 1987-01-10

January 7, 1987

Tom and Barb Miedema are pleased to announce the birth of their second daughter, Deborah Leanne, born on January 7, 1987, weighing 9 lbs, 8 ozs. Proud grandparents are Len and Betty Stam of Bradford and Ken and Marie Miedema of Holland Marsh.

Bradford Weekly

Collings, Mrs. Ernest A. (Ellen) obituary

Event Date : Monday, November 28, 1966
Event Type : Death

Description : After not enjoying good health for the past five years, Mrs. Ellen (Nellie) Collings of Bradford passed away at York County Hospital, Newmarket, on Monday, November 28, 1966, where she was admitted just one week previous. Born in Ottawa 73 years ago, she went to Kerrobert, Sask., as a young girl, where she resided until her marriage to Ernest R. Collings on June 10, 1914, when she moved to Bradford where she resided for the remainder of her life. Up to the time of failing health, Mrs. Collings was a member of Trinity Anglican Church and active in the church choir, quilting club, and a lifetime member of the Women's Auxiliary. She was also a life member of the Women's Institute, and a charter member of the I.O.D.E. and the Bradford Knitting Club. Predeceased by her husband in 1950, she is survived by four sons and three daughters: Mrs. Ellenor Peat of Newmarket, Mrs. Ross Griffith (Anita) of Bradford, Roy A. of Oshawa, Mrs. Gerald Rupke (Margery) of Kettleby, Irwin E., W. Bruce, and Keith R., all of Bradford, 16 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren, Mrs. Emily Foster of Kerrobert, Sask., a sister, and two brothers, Arthur Sutton and Albert Sutton, both of British Columbia. The funeral was held on December 1, 1966, from the Lewis Funeral Home to Trinity Anglican Church. The service was conducted by her rector, Rev. W. H. Warnica. Interment was in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. The pallbearers were Norman Collings of Bradford, Dr. Verdon Foster, V.S., of Fergus, Bob McCague of Sarnia, Jim Church, Orville Hand and Edward Bulpit, all of Bradford.

Bradford Witness

Culbert, Sandra I. Jackson death

January 2, 1993
CULBERT Sandra I. (Sandy) at York County Hospital, Newmarket on Saturday, January 2, 1993. Sandy Jackson of Ottawa in her 50th year. Beloved wife of William. Dear mother of Margaret Anne (Peggy) and her husband James Chaput of Winnipeg and Robert Earle (Robbie) of Vancouver. Dear daughter of Dorothy and the late Edgar Jackson of Lefroy. Dear sister of Evelyn and her husband Dean Bergerson of Pickering, Murray Jackson and his wife Bonnie of Midhurst, William Jackson and his wife Darlene of Bradford. Dear daughter-in-law of Louise Evans and the late Jack Culbert. Dear sister-in-law of June and her husband Doug Batten, Gloria and her husband William Freifield, Donald Culbert and his wife Elaine. Dear grandmother of Melissa and Ryan Chaput. Friends called at the Lathangue and Skwarchuck Funeral Home, 30 Simcoe St. Bradford. Service was held in the chapel on Tuesday January 5, 1993 at 2 p.m. Interment Bond Head Cemetery.

Bradford West Gwillimbury Times

Hopkins, B.Gen (Ret.) O.A. "Hoppy" OMMCD obituary

Event date: May 15, 2005
Event type: death

Description: Died at Ottawa on May 15, 2006, as a result of complications from an aneurysm. Padre Hopkins had a distinguished 32 year career in the Canadian Armed Forces, including service with the RCHA in Korea in 1953 and the first Canadian contingent of the United Nations Emergency Force in the Sinai. He was the first Chaplain awarded the Order of Military Merit and ended his military career as Chaplain General. ...

Bradford West Gwillimbury Times

Hopkins, Ormond obituary from the Globe and Mail

"Military padre who compared his job to being a mosquito in a nudist colony spent more than 30 years ministering to troops.

Ottawa - Serving in Egypt 50 years ago was an eye-opener for Ormond Hopkins, a padre with the Royal Canadian Army Chaplain Corps. Not only did he have to cope with the heat, sand and flies, he also had to adjust to the local culture.
On New Year's Eve, 1956, Mr. Hopkins, an Anglican priest known as Hoppy to his friends, had the opportunity of observing Egyptian culture at close range. The brass had booked two belly dancers from Cairo to entertain Canadian troops and, as a man of the cloth, he felt obliged to protest the salacious nature of the festivites..."

Buzz Bourdon

John Diefenbaker receives a mounted replica of a portion of the press plate

"The Right Honorable John Diefenbaker receives a mounted replica of a portion of the press plate used in printing his article "My First Prairie Christmas" which appears in the December Canadian Reader's Digest. Making the presentation to Mr. Diefenbaker in Ottawa are roving editor Robert Collins (left) and Digest editor Charles Magill. In the Digest article, Mr. Diefenbaker describes how his first Christmas in the prairies in 1903 reaffirmed the values he was learning day by day; the warmth of family, the loyalty of friends, the special kind of goodwill that reaches out to those less fortunate."

George Jackson

Peter Born Graduated

"Peter Born, son of Mr. and Mrs. Josef Born of Bradford, received his Bachelor of Science honors degree in geology from Carleton University in Ottawa in early November. A graduate of Bradford District High School, he is currently enrolled in a Master of Science geology program at Laurentian University in Sudbury.'

George Jackson

Reid, Rose Frances Kachura death

July 21, 1992
REID, Frances Rose suddenly at her residence on Tuesday July 21, 1992, Frances Kachura of Bradford in her 68th year. Beloved wife of the late William White Reid. Loving mother of Walter. Dear daughter of Elaina and the late Michael Kachura. Dear sister of Mary (Mrs. Ronald McAinsh) of Ottawa and Michael of Ottawa. Friends called at Lathangue and Skwarchuk Funeral Homes, 30 Simcoe St. Bradford. Funer MAss was held at Holy Martyrs of Japan Church, Bradford on Friday July 24th, 1992 at 10 a.m. Interment at Notre Dame Cemetery, Ottawa. Donations to the York County Hospital Cardiac Care Unit.

Bradford West Gwillimbury Times

Shephard & Morse Lumber Company Tin

This is a small tin container, engraved with "Shephard & Morse Lumber Co/Boston, New York, Burlington, VT AND Ottawa, Canada." The company was in operation under this name from 1877 - 1935.

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.

Shephard & Morse Lumber Company

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