Artist’s impression of Mrs. Elizabeth Posthuma Simcoe.

Artist’s impression of Mrs. Elizabeth Posthuma Simcoe, based on an early portrait.

Portrait of Colonel Simcoe

Portrait of Colonel John Graves Simcoe by George Theodore Berthon, reproduced by kind permission of the Government of Ontario Art Collection.

1st Hemyock Scots and Venture Scouts in Denmark

1st Hemyock Scouts, Venture Scouts and Leaders in Denmark, July 1986. Skip Lowman is pictured in the front, behind him are other John Northam, Ashley Alford, Alan Holway, Linda Holway and Gerald Petticrew.

Hemyock Scout Meeting 1967.

A scout meeting in the Church Rooms in 1967. Skip Lowman flanked by senior scouts Brian Milton and Martin Pring.

Hemyock Guides and Brownies in late 1940’s.

Guides and Brownies late 1940s (?) Back Row Standing L to R. Mary Salter, Margaret Pring, Jane Moore, Margaret Moore, Beryl Doble, Margaret(?) Guppy, Brenda Warren, Julie Summers, Marilyn Woodman, Margaret Dunn. Middle Row kneeling L to R. Pam Lowman, Ruth Hold, Sally Eastick, Sylvia Wright, Diane Mitchell. Thirds Row sitting- L to R. ? , Susan Pring(?), ?, ?, Margaret Doble. Front Row. L to R. (?)Guppy, ?, ?, ?, Anne Trenchard.

Wartime Scouts and Cub

Wartime Scouts and Cub. The cub, David Redwood flanked by brother Brian on the left and Ted Tartaglia on the right.

Ashculm Farm 1926

A scene at Ashculm(e) Farm 1926. The lad in front is Fred Lawrence, the men L to R. are Harry Trott, Bob Tait and Percy Clist (who was killed in the war)

Wheat field being harvested at Churchill’s Farm. 1923

A field of wheat being harvested at Churchill’s Farm c.1923. Some of the sheaves are already stooked, notice how tall the straw is. Pictured are- adults L to R. Bill Granger, Bob Lowman. George Salter, Jane Clapp, Jack Granger. Children L to R Jack Granger, Winnie Smith and Cissie Granger.

The factory skittles team

c. 1980. The Factory Skittles Team with the Leonard Maggs Cup.

L to R. Back row – Fred Perrott, Arthur Fuller, Royston Perrott, Arthur Bradbeer,

Front row – Roy Perrott Jun. Fred Bradbury, David Jenkins, George Young.