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Contains items relating to Agricultural history in Bradford West Gwillimbury. Headings include: 1861 Ag. Report on Census Agricultural Articles and Advertisements Ontario Farmer Articles Market & Price Information Farm Innovation Dairy Farm Names/Information Fences Agriculture - Other

WEGWHIST Collection

Albert Wood and Sarah Reilly with the Reilly Family

Wood-Reilly Wedding.

Back row: Albert Wood (groom), Sarah Reilly (bride), Josephine Reilly, Adney Howard
Front row: George Reilly (father of the bride), Loreen Brown, Elizabeth Reilly

If you have any additional information about this photo please contact the library at 905-775-3328.

Algonquin Lodge

This is Algonquin Lodge, later known as the Convent. it was the residence of Rev. Egerton R. Young in 1906.

Edmund Garrett

Alwyn & Robert Martin

Photograph of Alwyn Roy Martin (1889-1971) with possibly his brother Robert A. Martin (1876-1953) in-front of the family farmhouse.

Thomas was the husband of Elizabeth Lee and Joseph was also her son. Elizabeth was the daughter of Thomas Lee (1794-1868) and Ann Lee (nee Graham) (abt. 1825-1903).

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Andrew Bell and Alice Jane Bateman

Photograph of Andrew Bell (July 2, 1858-December 12, 1926) and his wife Alice Jane Bateman (April 6, 1858-September 16, 1927). They were married on November 9, 1881.

Andrew Bell and Alice Jane Bateman Family

Standing - Marjorie, Ernest, Clara, Clarence, Mabel, Harold, Viola, Ross
Seated - Andrew, Frank, Alice Jane, Dorothy, Roy

This photo was taken sometime after Clarence returned from World War I.
Dorothy is wearing Viola's wedding ring so it would show up in the picture. Dorothy was not married.

Marjorie Baynes

Andrews, Esther (nee McDonnell) obituary

Event Date : Thursday, June 08, 1944
Event Type : Death

Description : Wife of Joseph Andrews and mother of George, Mrs. Hunt (Marjorie), Gordon, Mrs. Gilford Graham (Mable), Herbert, Mrs. Mundy (Sadie) and Eldon died in her Bradford home. Interment in St. Paul's Cemetery.

Bradford Witness

Anglican Young People's Association pin

Pin of the Anglican Young People's Association, part of the Walter Reeves, Town Constable collection.

The Anglican Young People's Association was devised by the Anglican Church for its younger members. There was a branch of the Association based on Canada, and began in 1902.

Bill Marks

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