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Richard A.. Hewer

Allan M. Hewer

Mike Hewer

Perry Richards

Ronnie Elliott-Martin

Ryan Herbert

Farnham Church

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All Hewer Family Reunion in Guelph, August 2-3, 2003

James Hewer Home

Happy New Year to all.

Resister for the reunion now on-line. Just click here and Fill out the resistration form.

Seven months remain until the All Hewer Families - Reunion in Guelph, August 2 and 3, 2003! I trust that your holidays and family activities were most meaningful. We have taken a small break from planning but are now back to work.

Former Mayor of Guelph James Hewer's family descendants to reunite in Guelph. The Hewer family arrived in the Guelph area from England as early as 1831. An All Hewer Families Reunion will take place on August 2 and 3, 2003. Perry Richards, the great-grandson of Mayor Hewer (1897-98) said, "Planning has been in the works for a year now and I am working very closely with other Hewer family members in Guelph and elsewhere to ensure a successful reunion event."

Mayor Hewer was the oldest of ten children and twenty years older than his youngest brother. According to recent family memory, there has never been an all Hewer families-reunion and we speculate there are a lot of Hewers out there! Two other branches that represent the local Hewer clan are William Hewer and Ann (Hewer) Thatcher. They were the brother and sister of Mayor Hewer's father John Hewer. We are hoping to meet family members from all the branches and others we are unaware of.

The two-day event will begin on Saturday, August 2, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at St. George's Church Fellowship Hall, 99 Woolwich Street. On Sunday, August 3 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. an All-Families Picnic at the Riverside Park on Woolwich Street.

For additional information & registration: e-mail Perry Richards at perryrichards@hewer.info, or call Peter Hewer at 519.836.3466. We are looking forward to meeting each of you on August 2 and 3, 2003 !!!

L to R: Jim Thatcher of Thornbury Bay,ON, John & Joan Hewer of Victoria BC, Peter Hewer of Guelph, Bill Carter of Guelph and Mary Harris of Toronto