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  • 'way back when
    Grimsby Independent, 4 Jan 1945, p. 2     Rev. C. Russell Lee was appointed the sixth rector of St. Andrew's in October, 1892. A brief description of his term until 1905 follows. Rev. J. Allan Ballard became the new rector in 1905 until 1944. A description of his term follows. Many improvements took place during his time and ...
    Grimsby Independent, 4 Jan 1945, p. 2   Rev. C. Russell Lee was appointed the sixth rector of St. Andrew's ...
  • 'Way back when
    Grimsby Independent, 11 Jan 1945, p. 2     ...Continues the January 4th 1945 article about J. Allan Ballard...
    Grimsby Independent, 11 Jan 1945, p. 2   ...Continues the January 4th 1945 article about J. Allan Ballard...
  • J. Albert Marsh passes suddenly
    Grimsby Independent, 18 Jan 1945, p. 1     lengthy article about J. Albert Marsh and the family lumber mill and contracting business, as well as personal information about his relatives...
    Grimsby Independent, 18 Jan 1945, p. 1   lengthy article about J. Albert Marsh and the family lumber mill and ...
  • Prominent fruit grower is suddenly removed by death
    Grimsby Independent, 11 Oct 1945, p. 1,8     Death came suddenly and unexpectedly to one of Grimsby's finest citizens, and one of the district's largest and most prominent fruit growers on Thursday afternoon last, when Thomas Rienza Hunter answered the call of His Maker... He was known as a good grower who produced the finest of Grimsby ...
    Grimsby Independent, 11 Oct 1945, p. 1,8   Death came suddenly and unexpectedly to one of Grimsby's finest citizens, and ...
  • Former Grimsby boy serves his country for many years
    Grimsby Independent, 1 Nov 1945, p. 1,7     Note: The following articles from the Regina Leader-Post will be on interest to many people in this district. The Col. Stephen Nelles is a brother of Norman Nelles and Mrs. H.F. Baker, North Grimsby. Colonel Stephen Bell Nelles, for 20 years comptroller for the city, is laying aside his auditing ...
    Grimsby Independent, 1 Nov 1945, p. 1,7   Note: The following articles from the Regina Leader-Post will be on interest ...
  • Former Beach postmaster dies
    Grimsby Independent, 8 Nov 1945, p. 1     One of this district's oldest and most highly respected residents passed away in Hamilton on Wednesday last in the person of Franklin Balmer Russ, for over four score years a resident of the Grimsby-Beamsville district. Deceased was born in Niagara county, State of New York, April 21st, 1859, the ...
    Grimsby Independent, 8 Nov 1945, p. 1   One of this district's oldest and most highly respected residents passed away ...
  • Grimsby mourns the loss of a most worthy citizen
    Grimsby Independent, 19 Apr 1945, p. 1,12     Rev. Ballard was rector of St. Andrew's Anglican Church from 1905 to 1944...
    Grimsby Independent, 19 Apr 1945, p. 1,12   Rev. Ballard was rector of St. Andrew's Anglican Church from 1905 to ...
  • Two Prominent Residents Cross the Great Divide
    Grimsby Independent, 12 Jul 1945, 1, 7     A resident of the Lower Thirty, Clinton Township, for over 35 years, Capt. Christopher H. Battersby died in Hamilton Hospital during Saturday night ... last autumn moved from his farm to reside with Mrs. Thomas Liddle at Rossmore, Grimsby ... the late gentleman, in company with his brother-in-law ...
    Grimsby Independent, 12 Jul 1945, 1, 7   A resident of the Lower Thirty, Clinton Township, for over 35 years, ...
  • Guelph reluctantly said goodbye to new residents of Grimsby
    Grimsby Independent, 20 Dec 1945, p. 16     Article taken from Guelph Daily Mercury - Mr. and Mrs. Mason purchased the Arthur Hewson home at No. 1 Nelles Boulevard. Lengthy article about the Mason life in Guelph...
    Grimsby Independent, 20 Dec 1945, p. 16   Article taken from Guelph Daily Mercury - Mr. and Mrs. Mason purchased ...
  • Growing Oranges for Sixty Years
    Grimsby Independent, 27 Dec 1945, p. 1     When Harold C. Woolverton left for his orange grove in Mentone, Cal. last week, he was making a trip that has been made continuously by some member of the Woolverton family each winter for three score years. It is just 60 years ago that the late E.J. Woolverton first conceived ...
    Grimsby Independent, 27 Dec 1945, p. 1   When Harold C. Woolverton left for his orange grove in Mentone, Cal. ...
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