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50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McBrady.


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Description:
A black and white photo of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McBrady.
Notes:
Daniel McBrady, born at St. John's Point, County Donegal, Ireland in June 1818, immigrated to Canada in the spring of 1837. He married Ellen Broderick (native of Kilkenney, Ireland) in 1847. They settled in the Village of Audley where he remained until 1901. The family homestead was located on the s/w corner of Audley Road and Taunton Road in which they raised 12 children. Of these children, son Robert was ordained in Rome, Italy, becoming a member of the Basilian Order. He later taught at Assumption College, Windsor and then St. Michael's College, Toronto. Daughter Mary entered the Loretta Abbey and was later known as Mother Bathilde. James, one of the younger sons, took over the farming of the family homestead. He also served on the Pickering Township Council and later occupied the Reeve's Chair. He and his family moved to the Town of Oshawa in 1910, where he took over the position of general Agent for the Massey-Harris Company.
Date of Publication:
10 Aug 1897
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Local identifier:
P055-000-058
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50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McBrady.
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50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McBrady.


A black and white photo of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McBrady.