West Gwillimbury

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Art Janse, Father of the Holland Marsh

"Professor W.H. Day is the original father of the Holland Marsh but for the past 36 years, that role has fallen to Art Janse. On April 30th, Janse retired from his role and it is now up to the new Holland Marsh Governance body to make the new Marsh relocation scheme a reality..."
Article continues on to highlight Art Janse's contributions to the marsh, and upcoming projects and renovations.

Ashton & Sara (Martin) Lyons

Photograph of Sara Matilda Lyons (nee Martin) (1886-1966) and husband Ashton William Lyons (1881-unknown).

Sara was the daughter of Thomas Martin (1840-1919) and Elizabeth Martin (nee Lee) (1850-1936). Elizabeth Lee was the daughter of Thomas Lee (1794-1868) and Ann Lee (nee Graham) (abt. 1825-1903).

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Ashton & Sara (Martin) Lyons Wedding Photo

Wedding photograph of Sara Matilda Lyons (nee Martin) (1886-1966) and her new husband Ashton William Lyons (1881-unknown).

Sara was the daughter of Thomas Martin (1840-1919) and Elizabeth Martin (nee Lee) (1850-1936). Elizabeth Lee was the daughter of Thomas Lee (1794-1868) and Ann Lee (nee Graham) (abt. 1825-1903).

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Ashton Lyons, Sara (Martin) Lyons and Family

Photograph of Sara Matilda Lyons (nee Martin) (1886-1966) and husband Ashton William Lyons (1881-unknown) with their family.

Sara was the daughter of Thomas Martin (1840-1919) and Elizabeth Martin (nee Lee) (1850-1936). Elizabeth Lee was the daughter of Thomas Lee (1794-1868) and Ann Lee (nee Graham) (abt. 1825-1903).

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Attention / Tractor Rehabilitation

Two articles on health and safety of residents affected by the Hurricane Hazel flood. The crops are considered condemned because of their submersion, and advice on fixing your own submerged tractor.

Bradford Witness

Auld Kirk

The Auld Kirk in the Scotch Settlement. The congregation, many of them Scottish immigrants, began gathering in 1822, and a log church was built in 1823. This building was built in 1869. It closed its doors in 1885.

Auld Kirk Anniversary Celebration

Ladies after cleaning the church for the anniversary service.
Back Row: Madie Elliott, Vera MacDonald, Norma Melbourne, Myrtle Calhoun
Front Row: Laura Lloyd, Bobbie Hodgson, Muriel Cairns, Joyce Muirhead
Children: Jane McNair, Ann Hodgson.

Auld Kirk Cemetery

The Auld Kirk Cemetery on the 5th Line in the Scotch Settlement marking the final resting place of many early settlers.

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