Bloomfield WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2
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Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), [1953]-[1987]
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Bloomfield WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 1, part 2 of 2

Women's Institutes:
- Early families: McCartney
- Lord and Lady Tweedsmuir
- Adelaide Hoodless
- "Hands" (magazine) join hands with the Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario in a contest open to crafters anywhere in Canada, 1986, by Isobel Warren
- History of Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead
- History of the Erland Lee (Museum) Home
- Map of Prince Edward County
- Early history of the Bloomfield WI, organized in 1908, written in 1964
- Pinecrest Memorial School Citizenship Award winners: 1978-1986
- Bloomfield WI Presidents photographs, from founding to 1986
- Bloomfield WI Secretary-Treasurers, from founding to 1980s
- Biographies of Mrs. J.M. Jackson (nee Vera Ackerman)
- Women of Bloomfield Seek $900 for Hospital, 1953
- Bloomfield WI sponsors a garden tour, 1953
- 60th Anniversary Tea, 1968, Bloomfield WI
- 25th Anniversary of Bloomfield WI, 1933
- 70th Anniversary of Bloomfield WI, 1978
- Bloomfield WI Lilac Tea, 1966
- Bloomfield U.C.W. Tea and Sale, Christmas 1966
- Bloomfield WI Hosts 'Community Meeting'
- Bloomfield WI Historic Quilt, 1967
- Tweedsmuir Histories Workshop, 1972
- District Annual, 1975
- November 1981 meeting of the Prince Edward Historical Society discusses making a 'house log' to track the history of a home
- April 1981 meeting of the Prince Edward Historical Society features a WI demonstration of Tweedsmuir histories
- May 1981 Bloomfield WI meeting, members honoured with awards and life memberships
- 75th Anniversary of Bloomfield WI, 1983
- Visit to Erland Lee Museum, 1984
- Tweedsmuir History Tea, Bloomfield Hall, 1984
- Bloomfield WI Enjoys Quilt Display, 1984
- Ontario Ministry of Agriculture Short Courses, 1986-87

History of Bloomfield:
- Early Settlers, farms
- Grist mill, tannery, cheese factory, woolen mills, brick plant
- Schools
- Churches: Methodist Church, Quaker churches, Universalist, Salvation Army Barracks
- hop-growing
- canning industry
- Bloomfield Packing Company
- Carriage Factory
- Purebred cattle-raising
- Post Office
- Bloomfield Asheries
- Facts and Fiction about Picton's 'Bungled Hanging' of '84 (1884)
- Benson Canning Factory, 1908
- The Baxter Family
- History of the Baxter Canning Co. Limited
- History of Bloomfield Cheese Factory
- Maple Inn
- Early Milling in Bloomfield: Coopers Mill
- History of Doctors in Bloomfield
- Bloomfield Library
- Bloomfield 1951--a milestone in history (closer to 2000 than 1900)
- History of Bloomfield Postal Service and First Railway
- Agriculture in Bloomfield
- Reeves and Councillors of Bloomfield
- 1967 Centennial Council Meeting
- Retirement of Arthur Moore, former Warden of Prince Edward County, 1979
- Charles Fraleigh retirement, 1977
- John Mallory retirement, 1976
- Shirley Vincent becomes new Clerk-Treasurer, 1977
- New streetlights in Bloomfield, 1975
- Project "Educentre," 1975
- Mill Pond opens, 1976
- Heavy Snowstorm, 1979
- A Vietnamese family moves to Bloomfield, 1979
- The Alice Dunning Home
- Crowley family opens fast food restaurant
- The DeGroffe Business
- Moore's Grocery
- Harold Cleave's hardware store
- Tributes paid to bus drivers for 50 years accident-free
- Mrs Eyleen Smith, a woman who dug graves for 1000 people in the cemetery
- death of Mabel Kleinsteuber
- The Isaiah Tubbs and Someplace(s) Different, 1987

Farm and House Histories:
- Century farms in Prince Edward County
- History of Philip Clark Home
- The Matthie Home
- The Mallory Farm
- Mossman Home
- The Bull Farm
- The Talcott Family
- The Hagerman Farm
- The John Baker House
- The Cleave Home
- Marsh Clark Home

- Plaque unveiled, 1964, site of the former 125-year old Quaker Boarding School
- Roll of Honour: WWI, WWII
- The Bloomfield War Emergency Committee
- Religions of Bloomfield
- Methodism in Bloomfield
- United Church Women
- Quaker Churches
- Bloomfield Cemeteries
- Universalist Church, Bloomfield
- Bloomfield Standard Church
- Christian Reformed Church
- Church Events in Bloomfield, 1970s
Publisher
Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario
Dates
[1953]-[1987]
Subject(s)
Local identifier
A2005.087.002-2390
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.98342 Longitude: -77.23276
Copyright Statement
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
County of Prince Edward Archives
Terms of Use
For commercial use, please contact copyright holder for permission and details.
Reproduction Notes
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Contact
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario
 
 
 
552 Ridge Road
Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2Y6
905-662-2691
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Bloomfield WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2


Bloomfield WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 1, part 2 of 2

Women's Institutes:
- Early families: McCartney
- Lord and Lady Tweedsmuir
- Adelaide Hoodless
- "Hands" (magazine) join hands with the Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario in a contest open to crafters anywhere in Canada, 1986, by Isobel Warren
- History of Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead
- History of the Erland Lee (Museum) Home
- Map of Prince Edward County
- Early history of the Bloomfield WI, organized in 1908, written in 1964
- Pinecrest Memorial School Citizenship Award winners: 1978-1986
- Bloomfield WI Presidents photographs, from founding to 1986
- Bloomfield WI Secretary-Treasurers, from founding to 1980s
- Biographies of Mrs. J.M. Jackson (nee Vera Ackerman)
- Women of Bloomfield Seek $900 for Hospital, 1953
- Bloomfield WI sponsors a garden tour, 1953
- 60th Anniversary Tea, 1968, Bloomfield WI
- 25th Anniversary of Bloomfield WI, 1933
- 70th Anniversary of Bloomfield WI, 1978
- Bloomfield WI Lilac Tea, 1966
- Bloomfield U.C.W. Tea and Sale, Christmas 1966
- Bloomfield WI Hosts 'Community Meeting'
- Bloomfield WI Historic Quilt, 1967
- Tweedsmuir Histories Workshop, 1972
- District Annual, 1975
- November 1981 meeting of the Prince Edward Historical Society discusses making a 'house log' to track the history of a home
- April 1981 meeting of the Prince Edward Historical Society features a WI demonstration of Tweedsmuir histories
- May 1981 Bloomfield WI meeting, members honoured with awards and life memberships
- 75th Anniversary of Bloomfield WI, 1983
- Visit to Erland Lee Museum, 1984
- Tweedsmuir History Tea, Bloomfield Hall, 1984
- Bloomfield WI Enjoys Quilt Display, 1984
- Ontario Ministry of Agriculture Short Courses, 1986-87

History of Bloomfield:
- Early Settlers, farms
- Grist mill, tannery, cheese factory, woolen mills, brick plant
- Schools
- Churches: Methodist Church, Quaker churches, Universalist, Salvation Army Barracks
- hop-growing
- canning industry
- Bloomfield Packing Company
- Carriage Factory
- Purebred cattle-raising
- Post Office
- Bloomfield Asheries
- Facts and Fiction about Picton's 'Bungled Hanging' of '84 (1884)
- Benson Canning Factory, 1908
- The Baxter Family
- History of the Baxter Canning Co. Limited
- History of Bloomfield Cheese Factory
- Maple Inn
- Early Milling in Bloomfield: Coopers Mill
- History of Doctors in Bloomfield
- Bloomfield Library
- Bloomfield 1951--a milestone in history (closer to 2000 than 1900)
- History of Bloomfield Postal Service and First Railway
- Agriculture in Bloomfield
- Reeves and Councillors of Bloomfield
- 1967 Centennial Council Meeting
- Retirement of Arthur Moore, former Warden of Prince Edward County, 1979
- Charles Fraleigh retirement, 1977
- John Mallory retirement, 1976
- Shirley Vincent becomes new Clerk-Treasurer, 1977
- New streetlights in Bloomfield, 1975
- Project "Educentre," 1975
- Mill Pond opens, 1976
- Heavy Snowstorm, 1979
- A Vietnamese family moves to Bloomfield, 1979
- The Alice Dunning Home
- Crowley family opens fast food restaurant
- The DeGroffe Business
- Moore's Grocery
- Harold Cleave's hardware store
- Tributes paid to bus drivers for 50 years accident-free
- Mrs Eyleen Smith, a woman who dug graves for 1000 people in the cemetery
- death of Mabel Kleinsteuber
- The Isaiah Tubbs and Someplace(s) Different, 1987

Farm and House Histories:
- Century farms in Prince Edward County
- History of Philip Clark Home
- The Matthie Home
- The Mallory Farm
- Mossman Home
- The Bull Farm
- The Talcott Family
- The Hagerman Farm
- The John Baker House
- The Cleave Home
- Marsh Clark Home

- Plaque unveiled, 1964, site of the former 125-year old Quaker Boarding School
- Roll of Honour: WWI, WWII
- The Bloomfield War Emergency Committee
- Religions of Bloomfield
- Methodism in Bloomfield
- United Church Women
- Quaker Churches
- Bloomfield Cemeteries
- Universalist Church, Bloomfield
- Bloomfield Standard Church
- Christian Reformed Church
- Church Events in Bloomfield, 1970s