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  • Dies suddenly at the beach
    Grimsby Independent, 5 Aug 1931, p. 1     A gloom was cast over the Beach residents on Saturday afternoon by the tragic death of Frank Wesley, one of the best known and esteemed summer cottagers, whose untimely demise took place shortly after his arrival there for a three weeks' vacation. The late Mr. Wesley who was a resident ...
    Grimsby Independent, 5 Aug 1931, p. 1   A gloom was cast over the Beach residents on Saturday afternoon by ...
  • Many mourn passing of late Dr. J.F.McLay
    Grimsby Independent, 6 Jan 1932, p. 1,4     Full article is available at the Grimsby Public Library and at the Grimsby Museum...
    Grimsby Independent, 6 Jan 1932, p. 1,4   Full article is available at the Grimsby Public Library and at the ...
  • Youth killed on highway
    Grimsby Independent, 23 Nov 1932, p. 1     One fatality and other accidents involving injuries to passengers in motor cars occurred in the district during the past few days. An inquest has been ordered by Dr. D.V. Currey to enquire into the death of Leslie Corman, 20, of Louth Township, who was almost instantly killed when the buggy ...
    Grimsby Independent, 23 Nov 1932, p. 1   One fatality and other accidents involving injuries to passengers in motor cars ...
  • Brides Arrive
    Grimsby Independent, 4 Apr 1946, p. 6     Two more English brides of Grimsby servicemen arrived in Grimsby this week. Mrs. Joan M. Benzien arrived on the Latitia with her 4 months old son, Michael L. to join her husband, Pte. M. J. Benzien, 69 Livingston Avenue. Mrs. Mary P. Maguire, wife of Rfn. C. Maguire, R.R.#1, North ...
    Grimsby Independent, 4 Apr 1946, p. 6   Two more English brides of Grimsby servicemen arrived in Grimsby this week. ...
  • Ukrainian Catholic service men of Grimsby
    Grimsby Independent, 28 Mar 1946, p. 3     Canada has played a vital part in that grim campaign of bringing back peace to all people...That is why this tribute is particularly being paid to the returning soldiers of Ukrainian descent of Grimsby...Ukrainians of Canada are proud of their record in World War II. 40,000 of them have answered ...
    Grimsby Independent, 28 Mar 1946, p. 3   Canada has played a vital part in that grim campaign of bringing ...
  • Andy Clarke is coming home
    Grimsby Independent, 2 May 1946, p. 1,3     Next Sunday, Grimsby will be honored by having Andy Clarke broadcast his famous Neighborly News program over the air from his Old Home Town. This program which is sponsored by the Ontario and Quebec Division of the Canadian Weekly Newspapers Association and is one of the most popular features on ...
    Grimsby Independent, 2 May 1946, p. 1,3   Next Sunday, Grimsby will be honored by having Andy Clarke broadcast his ...
  • Fatal Crash at Vineland
    Grimsby Independent, 13 Jun 1946, 1, 10     Arnold Lampman, 24, of Grimsby, was instantly killed Tuesday night at 11:30 when the car in which he was riding collided with a parked truck on the QEW near Vineland. The driver of the auto, Lloyd Shier, 28, of Winona was taken into custody by provincial police and was remanded ...
    Grimsby Independent, 13 Jun 1946, 1, 10   Arnold Lampman, 24, of Grimsby, was instantly killed Tuesday night at 11:30 ...
  • Brides arrive on Queen Mary
    Grimsby Independent, 20 Jun 1946, p. 7     Three more English brides, and two little children, of Grimsby servicemen arrived this week, having crossed the Atlantic on the Queen Mary. Mrs. Elsie F. Downs, wife of Gnr. E.L. Downs, 36 Depot Street. Mrs. Joan K. Mason and three months old daughter Yvonne, wife and baby of Pte. R.C. ...
    Grimsby Independent, 20 Jun 1946, p. 7   Three more English brides, and two little children, of Grimsby servicemen arrived ...
  • Kathleen Kidd in Singapore
    Grimsby Independent, 16 May 1946, p. 9     Writing from Singapore, Canadian Radio actress Kathleen Kidd, former Grimsby resident, tells of doing a broadcast in Batavia with Canadian actor Frank Wade, using a script written by Toronto producer-actor Earle Grey. Visiting a place which used to be the largest distribution centre for rice in ...
    Grimsby Independent, 16 May 1946, p. 9   Writing from Singapore, Canadian Radio actress Kathleen Kidd, former Grimsby resident, tells ...
  • War brides
    Grimsby Independent, 4 Jul 1946, p. 4     Three more brides arrived from overseas on the Aquitania, over the weekend, to rejoin their husbands in Grimsby and Winona. Lieut. Thos. E. Jarvis greeted his bride in Toronto where he is now residing. Mrs. Dorothy Shaw, wife of Pte. B.H. Shaw, 25 Elizabeth Street, arrived on Monday. To Winona ...
    Grimsby Independent, 4 Jul 1946, p. 4   Three more brides arrived from overseas on the Aquitania, over the weekend, ...
  • Head on crash at Beamsville
    Grimsby Independent, 8 Aug 1946, p. 10     Harold G. Worley, 32, of 5 Wyndham Street, Toronto, and 378 Barrie Street, Kingston, CNR fireman, was fatally injured at Beamsville on Saturday afternoon...
    Grimsby Independent, 8 Aug 1946, p. 10   Harold G. Worley, 32, of 5 Wyndham Street, Toronto, and 378 Barrie ...
  • Lieut. Liddle died fighting
    Grimsby Independent, 17 May 1916, p. 1     Mr. Thomas Liddle, Grimsby, has just received a letter from Flight Lieut. Gordon Burland, in England, and from his reference to the death of the late Flight Lieut. Robson Liddle it would appear that the latter had met his death in a battle between airships...
    Grimsby Independent, 17 May 1916, p. 1   Mr. Thomas Liddle, Grimsby, has just received a letter from Flight Lieut. ...
  • A noble sacrifice
    Grimsby Independent, 24 May 1916, p. 1     The following letter was received by Mrs. Keweley from Lieut. W.S. Ingraham, telling her how her son, Pte. Wm. Keweley, met his death. Pte. Keweley left Canada with the 36th Battalion, and was in Lieut. Harry Baker's company. He was transferred to the 25th Battlaion after going to England. Dear ...
    Grimsby Independent, 24 May 1916, p. 1   The following letter was received by Mrs. Keweley from Lieut. W.S. Ingraham, ...
  • Lieut. Alfred Rimmer killed in action
    Grimsby Independent, 19 Jul 1916, p. 1     The casualty list last Tuesday contained the name of Lieut. Alfred Rimmer, Grimsby, killed in action ... He is a son of Mrs. Rimmer of Robinson Street, she moving here with her family from Brighton about a year ago. Lieut. Rimmer was born in England and came to Canada when ...
    Grimsby Independent, 19 Jul 1916, p. 1   The casualty list last Tuesday contained the name of Lieut. Alfred Rimmer, ...
  • Killed in action
    Grimsby Independent, 14 Jun 1916, p. 1     The stern realities of a horrible war were brought home to Grimsby citizens more forcibly on Wednesday afternoon...the Independent bulletin announced the death of Lieut. G.A. Russell Ross...Lieut. Ross was the second son of Rev. G. Murray and Mrs. Ross, resident of Grimsby for seven years, Rev. ...
    Grimsby Independent, 14 Jun 1916, p. 1   The stern realities of a horrible war were brought home to Grimsby ...
  • One killed and two wounded from this district
    Grimsby Independent, 14 Jun 1916, p. 1     The casualty lists still continue to report their portion of killed and wounded of men from this district... Pt. Edward Harshaw was killed at the battle of Hooge. He was the second son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Harshaw of Beamsville and a brother of Bert Harshaw of Grimsby. For ...
    Grimsby Independent, 14 Jun 1916, p. 1   The casualty lists still continue to report their portion of killed and ...
  • Young girl instantly killed while walking on highway
    Grimsby Independent, 22 Aug 1946, p. 1     Walking east on the south shoulder of No. 8 highway enroute to church service at Grimsby Sunday morning, Betty Anderson, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Anderson, 104 Highland Ave., Toronto, member of the Ontario Farm Service Force at Clovelly Camp, North Grimsby, was fatally injured when struck ...
    Grimsby Independent, 22 Aug 1946, p. 1   Walking east on the south shoulder of No. 8 highway enroute to ...
  • Away back when
    Grimsby Independent, 7 Jan 1943, p. 1     This column, for this issue only, has been moved to the front page, to do honor to one of the finest "young" men that have gone forth from the "Old Forty" in the past half century. There are a great many people in Grimsby and the Township who know him ...
    Grimsby Independent, 7 Jan 1943, p. 1   This column, for this issue only, has been moved to the front ...
  • A. G. Geddes, formerly of Grimsby, instantly killed in Florida
    Grimsby Independent, 7 Aug 1935, p. 1     Numerous friends in Grimsby and district will regret to learn of the tragic death of Mr. Alexander Grant Geddes, son of Mrs. Isaac Geddes of Winona and brother of Mr. W.F. Geddes of North Grimsby. He was instantly killed about dusk on Sunday evening while walking along the highway near ...
    Grimsby Independent, 7 Aug 1935, p. 1   Numerous friends in Grimsby and district will regret to learn of the ...
  • Mysterious death reported
    Grimsby Independent, 11 Sep 1935, p. 1     see article in September 18, 1935 page 1 issue for identification - Kornyl Hayleoki...
    Grimsby Independent, 11 Sep 1935, p. 1   see article in September 18, 1935 page 1 issue for identification - ...
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