Bready, Thomas Turnnel Wadsworth
Visited the Bell Farm on September 7, 1893. Thomas Bready (1854-1903) was a grain merchant and, as such, became a prominent capitalist and President of the Winnipeg Elevator Company. While at the Bell Farm, he "pronounced the wheat the best he had seen during his travels this season".
His strong affiliation with wheat production might well have put him in association with Major Bell after the Bell family returned to Winnipeg in 1901.
photo source - http://archive.org/stream/representativeme00winnuoft#page/76/mode/2up
Bell Farm visit - "Winnipeg Free Press" - Sept. 14, 1893
Obituary - "Winnipeg Free Press" - Jan. 15, 1903
Obituary - “Houston Daily Post”, Jan. 27, 1903, , Page 10, col. 1
Portrait - http://krassoc.wordpress.com/2012/11/06/thomas-t-w-bready-wesleyan-methodist-member-bosanquet-township-lambton-county/
Biography: Memorable Manitobans - http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/people/bready_ttw.shtml
Bready interview - “The Saint Paul Globe.”, November 25, 1896, Page 6, col. 3
Bready comments - “The Minneapolis Journal”, August 24, 1901, Page 2, col. 5
Michelle Cabana, Saskatoon, Sask.