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  • Colonel Johnson leaving Grimsby
    Grimsby Independent, 16 Nov 1944, p. 2     lengthy article about Colonel Johnson leaving Grimsby for northern Ontario - grew up at Grimsby Beach, in 1915 he enlisted and went overseas with the 58th Battalion, serious wounds forced him to return home with the rank of captain, married high school sweetheart, Ethelyn Wake of Grimsby Beach, settled on ...
    Grimsby Independent, 16 Nov 1944, p. 2   lengthy article about Colonel Johnson leaving Grimsby for northern Ontario - grew ...
  • Preached the First Sermon at Methodist Campgrounds
    Grimsby Independent, 23 Nov 1944, p. 1     On Thursday, August 27th, 1859, the first open air service was held on the grounds of the Grimsby Camp Meeting with Dr. Wakefield preaching the first sermon from the text in 1 Kings 18:41. "There is a sound of abundance of rain". He had a clear strong carrying voice which ...
    Grimsby Independent, 23 Nov 1944, p. 1   On Thursday, August 27th, 1859, the first open air service was held ...
  • 'Way Back When
    Grimsby Independent, 30 Nov 1944, p. 2     clergyman in Grimsby at St. Andrew's Anglican Church from 1823 to 1827; excerpts from his letters and meetings are included in the article...
    Grimsby Independent, 30 Nov 1944, p. 2   clergyman in Grimsby at St. Andrew's Anglican Church from 1823 to 1827; ...
  • Way back when
    Grimsby Independent, 20 Apr 1944, p. 3     reprint of article written at the time of the death of John Hewitt, Thanksgiving Day, October 9th, 1919 - 25 years ago...
    Grimsby Independent, 20 Apr 1944, p. 3   reprint of article written at the time of the death of John ...
  • 'Way Back When - The Reverend George R.F. Grout 1827 to 1849
    Grimsby Independent, 14 Dec 1944, p. 3     The Rev. George Grout, who succeeded Mr. Bethune, was born in 1804 in Quebec City where his father was a member of the Bishop's Household. He was the first child to be baptized in Quebec Cathedral. A young man of 23, he was appointed to the church at Grimsby by ...
    Grimsby Independent, 14 Dec 1944, p. 3   The Rev. George Grout, who succeeded Mr. Bethune, was born in 1804 ...
  • 'Way Back When - Reverend F.J. Lundy 1849-1867
    Grimsby Independent, 21 Dec 1944, p. 3     Shortly after Mr. Grout's death, the Reverend F.J. Lundy, a graduate of the University of Oxford, England, with the degree of D.C.L. came and preached to the parishioners of St. Andrew's...And according to all reports there were many disputed passages in the 18 years of Dr. Lundy's incumbency, in ...
    Grimsby Independent, 21 Dec 1944, p. 3   Shortly after Mr. Grout's death, the Reverend F.J. Lundy, a graduate of ...
  • 'Way Back When - Reverend T. Bolton Read 1867-1892
    Grimsby Independent, 28 Dec 1944, p. 2     description of Dr. Read's term as clergyman at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, including improvements and changes, He died September 8th, 1892, and he and his wife are buried at St. Andrew's Churchyard. His wife, Eliza Ann, was born at Bath, Ontario July 1st, 1818, died at Grimsby March 16th, 1891...
    Grimsby Independent, 28 Dec 1944, p. 2   description of Dr. Read's term as clergyman at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, ...
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