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Diamond Wedding Anniversary Held
Publication:
Fort William Daily Times Journal, 19 Feb 1959


Description
Media Type:
Newspaper
Description:
Captain and Mrs. W. J. Ferguson ; family dinner ; married Christina Meyer ; Captain Ferguson born in Ripley, Ontario in 1872 ; moved to Wiarton in 1880 sailing out of there until 1909 ; worked for Great Lakes Dredging Company ; transferred to N.M. Patterson and Company ; Captain of Mary Boyce hospital elevator ship ; remained there until company disposed of hospital ships ; then transferred to James Richardson Company, Captain of Eastrich ; obtained Master Mariner's certificate in 1900 ; letters of congratulation received from Queen, Diefenbaker, and Lester B. Pearson ; letters from local member of parliament Hubert Badanai, Mayor Seppala, D. Martin, city clerk ; photo
Notes:
Full text available in Newspaper Clipping File
File subject: LF - Thunder Bay - Biography - Ferguson, W. J. and Christina
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Date of Publication:
19 Feb 1959
Subject(s):
Language of Item:
English
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Diamond Wedding Anniversary Held


Captain and Mrs. W. J. Ferguson ; family dinner ; married Christina Meyer ; Captain Ferguson born in Ripley, Ontario in 1872 ; moved to Wiarton in 1880 sailing out of there until 1909 ; worked for Great Lakes Dredging Company ; transferred to N.M. Patterson and Company ; Captain of Mary Boyce hospital elevator ship ; remained there until company disposed of hospital ships ; then transferred to James Richardson Company, Captain of Eastrich ; obtained Master Mariner's certificate in 1900 ; letters of congratulation received from Queen, Diefenbaker, and Lester B. Pearson ; letters from local member of parliament Hubert Badanai, Mayor Seppala, D. Martin, city clerk ; photo