It became Joseph’s usual practice to spend the winter months in Bewdley and the summers in Port Hope, where he boarded for 22 years with Margaret, nee Brumfitt, the widow of Patrick Gibson, a milkman, in her house on Thomas Street at the corner of Merritt Street, which later became a part of Strachan Street. Mrs Gibson kept at least one cow in a shed on the property, and Joseph helped her carry on her husband’s modest dairy business…..
The house at 54 Thomas Street in Port Hope was demolished in 1987 due to contamination from radioactive waste.
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History of Joseph Medlicott Scriven, son of John Scriven and his wife Jane Medlicott. Born at Seapatrick Co. Down, Ireland Receiving a Degree B.A. 1842 Trinity College Dublin -Military Training – Addiscombe Military Seminary, London. Came to Canada in 1844 Was a tutor to Pengelley Family Died at James Backvill’es Buried in Pengelley’s Cemetery, North of Rice Lake Related Read more...