Miss Bush of Vineland burned to death
Grimsby Independent, 31 Mar 1920, p. 5
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Newspaper located at the Grimsby Museum.
Date of Publication
31 Mar 1920
Date Of Event
25 Mar 1920
Personal Name(s)
Bush, Angeline
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Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Miss Angeline Bush, living near Vineland, met a terrible death Thursday afternoon, when her clothing caught fire from burning grass, and she was so seriously injured that she died almost immediately from the shock. Miss Bush and her sister lived together at the old homestead in Clinton Township. Deceased had been cleaning up around the yard while her sister was having a sleep indoors. The victim had evidently made a desperate attempt to reach the house, as she was found lying on the ground close to the back door. George Bush, county jailer, is a brother of the deceased. The Bush family are old and well-known residents of the township.

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Miss Bush of Vineland burned to death