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1930
  
  • Laidman, Mrs. Joseph (Died)
    appeared in Grimsby Independent, 25 Jun 1930, p. 8. Date of Event: 18 June 1930     Binbrook - The friends of Mrs. Joseph Laidman will regret to hear of her death, which occurred at General Hospital, Hamilton, on Wednesday morning, June 18...
    appeared in Grimsby Independent, 25 Jun 1930, p. 8. Date of Event: 18 June 1930   Binbrook - The friends of Mrs. Joseph Laidman will regret to hear ...
  • Flumerfelt, daughter to Flumerfelt, Mr. and Mrs. (Born)
    appeared in Grimsby Independent, 27 Aug 1930, p. 8. Date of Event: 20 Aug 1930     Winona - A little daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Flumerfelt last Wednesday...
    appeared in Grimsby Independent, 27 Aug 1930, p. 8. Date of Event: 20 Aug 1930   Winona - A little daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Flumerfelt ...
  • Smith, son to Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Edward (Born)
    appeared in Grimsby Independent, 27 Aug 1930, p. 8. Date of Event: 22 Aug 1930     Grimsby Centre - Born on Friday, August 22nd, at the home of her mother, Mrs. Isaac Southward, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith, a son...
    appeared in Grimsby Independent, 27 Aug 1930, p. 8. Date of Event: 22 Aug 1930   Grimsby Centre - Born on Friday, August 22nd, at the home of ...
  • Late Ex-Mayor Jas. A. Livingston an Outstanding Citizen of District
    Grimsby Independent, 12 Mar 1930, p. 1     Newspaper located at the Grimsby Museum...
    Grimsby Independent, 12 Mar 1930, p. 1   Newspaper located at the Grimsby Museum...
  • Winona man fatally hurt
    Grimsby Independent, 16 Jul 1930, p. 1     Struck in rapid succession by two cars, Nicholas Crauchoe, Winona, was fatally injured at Vineland Sunday night. Andrew Noradoski, Beamsville, who was with Crauchoe, escaped with minor injuries. The two men were waiting at Vineland corner for a bus and for some unknown reason wandered onto the ...
    Grimsby Independent, 16 Jul 1930, p. 1   Struck in rapid succession by two cars, Nicholas Crauchoe, Winona, was fatally ...
  • Howard Biggar instantly killed by lightning
    Grimsby Independent, 27 Aug 1930, p. 1     Howard Franklin Biggar, 20 year old son of the late Bell Johnson and the late George Biggar of Linden, Ontario, lost his life with tragic suddenness during a thunder storm in Grimsby about 5:30 o'clock on Monday afternoon when he was struck down by a bolt of lightning in the ...
    Grimsby Independent, 27 Aug 1930, p. 1   Howard Franklin Biggar, 20 year old son of the late Bell Johnson ...
  • Grimsby Independent, 24 Dec 1930
        ... For Councillor Township of North Grimsby. ®9 1930 Unusual interest was evidenced...
      ... For Councillor Township of North Grimsby. ®9 1930 Unusual interest was ...
  • Grimsby Independent, 12 Mar 1930
        ... this property in 1927 and sold it before the 1930 elections to whis sister, Mrs. Alice...
      ... this property in 1927 and sold it before the 1930 elections ...
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