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1871 Bradford Fire Account

An article about a highly destructive fire that swept through Holland Street, destroying multiple buildings, businesses and homes. The original article appeared in the May 22nd, 1871 edition of the Toronto Daily Telegraph and was reprinted in 1901 as part of the "Looking Backward" series.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

Bradford Jr. Lacrosse Team

Photograph of the 1907 Bradford Jr. Lacrosse Team.

Top Row (L to R): Lorne Church, Fred "Collie" Collings, Bob White, Bill Martin, Billie Burgess, Bert Harman, and Sonny Bowser
Middle Row (L to R): Mel Wadlruff, Les Cotton, Norm McKinstry, Jack Sutherland, William Sutherland
Bottom Row (L to R): Frank Coulsin, Ed Wright, W. Donnell, Pat MacGarvey

Bill Marks

Driffill's Store ad

Advertisement of Driffill's Hardware, Book, Stationary, and Fancy Goods House.

South Simcoe Times

Lacrosse team

"Lacrosse was the sport in Bradford earlier this century. Bradford players and teams were among the best in the country, and games drew huge crowds at the old lacrosse field on Simcoe Street. This photo, courtesy of Fred "Collie" Collings, shows the 1907 Bradford Junior squad. In the top row from the left, L. Church, Fred Collings, Bob White, Bill Martin, Billie Burgess, B. Harman, and L. Bowser. In the second row from the left, Mel Walruff, L. Cotton, N. McKinstry, J. Sutherland, W. Sutherland, S. Coultson, E. Wright, W. Donnell, P. MacGarvey."

Bradford Witness

Mail burned in post office blaze

Article about the Post Office fire which occurred on April 29, 1981.
Photo at the bottom of the article was captioned: "Cleaning Up, I the aftermath of last week's post office fire, postal worker Bill Marks shows a gentleman all that's left of a letter he mailed. In the photo at the right [see Related Description], postmaster Keith Stevens sifts through some of the identifiable mail. While 125 pieces were identified, at least as many - and likely more - were destroyed, Mr. Stevens estimated. More details on this page."

Bradford Witness

Peterman, Sarah Jane Leopard death

Event Date : Friday, April 15, 1955
Event Type : Death

Description : Died at her home, Bradford, in her 87th year. Beloved wife of the late George Peterman and dear mother of Gurnald, Ernest, Melville, Doris and Norma of Bradford, Monty of Detroit, Bert of Newmarket, Vera of Toronto and Ila of West Hill. Rested at her late residence, Simcoe St. for service on Monday, at 2:30 p.m. Interment Newmarket Cemetery.

Richard Rak Graduate

"Richard S. Rak, 270 Simcoe Street, Bradford, graduated Friday, June 6th from York University's Faculty of Administrative Studies with his Bachelor of Arts [Honors Business Administration]. Richard has currently accepted a position with the Bank of Montreal in this area."

Robson, Budd Raymond & Lloyd, Helen Gertrude

Event Date : Saturday, August 24, 1957
Event Type : Marriage

Description : Helen Gertrude, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Lloyd of the Scotch Settlement, to Budd Raymond Robson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Robson of Bradford. The wedding took place in Scotch Settlement Presbyterian Church. Rev. H. Maitland officiated. Miss Margaret Kneeshaw of Gilford was maid of honour. Miss Mary Culbert of Barrie and Miss Alice Smith of Bond Head were bridesmaids, and Miss Dianne Bell of Bradford was flower girl. Mr. Henry Bell of Bradford, brother-in-law of the groom, was the groomsman, and the ushers were the bride's brother, Mr. John Lloyd of Bradford, and the groom's brother-in-law, Mr. Robert Vale of Ajax. Mr. and Mrs. Robson will reside on Simcoe Street, Bradford.

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