Rednersville WI Tweedsmuir Community History - Book 5
Publication:
Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), [1997]-[2004]
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Rednersville Branch Tweedsmuir History Book 5

Table of Contents:

Page 1: Introductory pages and index

Page 5: Branch History--Officers

Page 9: Autobiographies of members--Marjorie Bedford, Margarat
Bourgoin, Edith Cairns, Margaret Vandervelde, Marion Cainan, Marlene Corfield, Linda Dulmage, Vivian Green, Nellie Montgomery, Evelyn Peck, Elizabeth Redner, Claudette ter Brugge, Marion Townsend, Daisy Wannamaker, Florence Waterhouse, Fay Wetherall, Anne Weese, Frances YOung

Page 39: Meeting summaries and pictures

Page 65: Quinte Exhibition Displays

Page 69: Other Activities--pie booth, art and craft sale, District Annual

Page 73: Centennial awards

Page 75: Farming: Top rated show--Wizard of Willowlee, Maple tree farming, Canadian agriculture prepares for new millennium, Appledoorn Farms

Page 91: Community Residents--Harmon Montgomery, Earl Onderdonk, Roger Redner, John Smith, Audrey Carter, Carol Dawson, Al Purdy, Brenda Chambers, Erik Stone, Sharon Vanclief, Lyle Vanclief, Brian Price

Page 115: Community Services: Ameliasburgh Fair, Seventh Town Historical Society, Phonebusters, Community on Phone Patrol, Trash Bash, Rednersville Band, 4-H Dairy club, Albury Ladies Aid, Albury Church Choir, Ameliasburgh Volunteer Fire Department

Page 161: Community Facilities--township map and street index, Quinte Inn Dance Hall, Rednersville Church, St. Alban, Albury's CHurch, Albury Cemetery, Al Purdy Library, Fort Kente, Ameliasburgh Museum, Quinte Educational Museum, Marilyn Adams Genealogical Centre, Traffic Lights, Water Treatment Plant

Page 195: Industry, Trade, and Commerce--Blue Jane Lane, Quinte-Eco Consultants, Dovetail Woodcrafts, Rancor Wood Recycling, Exterior Furnaces

Page 204: Miscellaneous--Conference '98
Publisher:
Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario
Dates:
[1997]-[2004]
Subject(s):
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.11682 Longitude: -77.44947
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by-nc-nd [more details]
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Protected by copyright: Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Holder:
Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario (FWIO)
Location of Original:
Member's Home.
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Reproduction Notes:
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552 Ridge Road
Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2Y6
905-662-2691

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Rednersville WI Tweedsmuir Community History - Book 5


Rednersville Branch Tweedsmuir History Book 5

Table of Contents:

Page 1: Introductory pages and index

Page 5: Branch History--Officers

Page 9: Autobiographies of members--Marjorie Bedford, Margarat
Bourgoin, Edith Cairns, Margaret Vandervelde, Marion Cainan, Marlene Corfield, Linda Dulmage, Vivian Green, Nellie Montgomery, Evelyn Peck, Elizabeth Redner, Claudette ter Brugge, Marion Townsend, Daisy Wannamaker, Florence Waterhouse, Fay Wetherall, Anne Weese, Frances YOung

Page 39: Meeting summaries and pictures

Page 65: Quinte Exhibition Displays

Page 69: Other Activities--pie booth, art and craft sale, District Annual

Page 73: Centennial awards

Page 75: Farming: Top rated show--Wizard of Willowlee, Maple tree farming, Canadian agriculture prepares for new millennium, Appledoorn Farms

Page 91: Community Residents--Harmon Montgomery, Earl Onderdonk, Roger Redner, John Smith, Audrey Carter, Carol Dawson, Al Purdy, Brenda Chambers, Erik Stone, Sharon Vanclief, Lyle Vanclief, Brian Price

Page 115: Community Services: Ameliasburgh Fair, Seventh Town Historical Society, Phonebusters, Community on Phone Patrol, Trash Bash, Rednersville Band, 4-H Dairy club, Albury Ladies Aid, Albury Church Choir, Ameliasburgh Volunteer Fire Department

Page 161: Community Facilities--township map and street index, Quinte Inn Dance Hall, Rednersville Church, St. Alban, Albury's CHurch, Albury Cemetery, Al Purdy Library, Fort Kente, Ameliasburgh Museum, Quinte Educational Museum, Marilyn Adams Genealogical Centre, Traffic Lights, Water Treatment Plant

Page 195: Industry, Trade, and Commerce--Blue Jane Lane, Quinte-Eco Consultants, Dovetail Woodcrafts, Rancor Wood Recycling, Exterior Furnaces

Page 204: Miscellaneous--Conference '98