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  • They used to be good
    Grimsby Independent, 30 May 1946, p. 1     A lot of people recognized this pair of athletes. Then again there were a lot of people who knew them well in past years, that did not recognize them. They are, seated, David Fisher, and standing, William Schwab. In their day, which was back in the 90's, they were just ...
    Grimsby Independent, 30 May 1946, p. 1   A lot of people recognized this pair of athletes. Then again there ...
  • Lampman, Mr. and Mrs. W.E. (Anniversary: 40)
    appeared in Grimsby Independent, 31 Aug 1944, p. 4. Date of Event: 24 Aug 1944     Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Lampman, of 11 John Street, Grimsby, who celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary on Thursday last. The bride and groom of 40 years were married in St. Catharines by the late Rev. J.H. Beattie and have resided in Grimsby for 22 years. Their family consists of two ...
    appeared in Grimsby Independent, 31 Aug 1944, p. 4. Date of Event: 24 Aug 1944   Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Lampman, of 11 John Street, Grimsby, who celebrated ...
  • The Robertson clan
    Grimsby Independent, 2 Dec 1943, p. 1     Little did Robert Robertson, Sr., Clarke Street, think when he landed in Grimsby district in the early 80's from England, that some day he would have nearly a platoon of sons and grandchildren in the uniform fighting for "The Tight Little Isle" that gave him birth. Today there are 9 ...
    Grimsby Independent, 2 Dec 1943, p. 1   Little did Robert Robertson, Sr., Clarke Street, think when he landed in ...
  • Caverhill, Colin (Married)
    appeared in Grimsby Independent, 6 Jul 1944, p. 4     Bride he left behind him - W.O. 1 Colin Caverhill, R.C.A.F. overseas, now home on furlough, is shown here with his English bride, who he had to leave behind him in England while home visiting his mother...
    appeared in Grimsby Independent, 6 Jul 1944, p. 4   Bride he left behind him - W.O. 1 Colin Caverhill, R.C.A.F. overseas, ...
  • Smith, C. Ivan and Kenny, Irene (Married)
    appeared in Grimsby Independent, 3 Aug 1944, p. 4     Marries Alberta Girl in England - Leaving Holy Trinity Parish Church, London, England, after their wedding are Flying Officer C. Ivan Smith of Grimsby, grandson of Charles and Mrs. Pottruff, Main W., with his bride, the former Cpl. Irene Kenny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kenny, Faust, Atla. The ...
    appeared in Grimsby Independent, 3 Aug 1944, p. 4   Marries Alberta Girl in England - Leaving Holy Trinity Parish Church, London, ...
  • Cartmer, Victor and Stadelmier, Mabel Ada (Married)
    appeared in Grimsby Independent, 28 Dec 1944, p. 4. Date of Event: 4 Nov 1944     A recent wedding of interest in Grimsby and district was that of Miss Mabel Ada Stadelmier, daughter of John and Mrs. Stadelmier, Maple Avenue, to Victor Cartmer of Beamsville. The wedding party is pictured above. Sitting, l. to r., the groom; little Marie Dryden, flower girl; the bride. Standing ...
    appeared in Grimsby Independent, 28 Dec 1944, p. 4. Date of Event: 4 Nov 1944   A recent wedding of interest in Grimsby and district was that of ...
  • Desirable Canadians
    Grimsby Independent, 2 Nov 1921, p. 7     English children who recently came to Canada on board the 'Empress of France'...
    Grimsby Independent, 2 Nov 1921, p. 7   English children who recently came to Canada on board the 'Empress of ...
  • Grimsby Ex-Mayor Called by Death
    Grimsby Independent, 11 Nov 1943, p. 1,7     Albert George Boulter, one of the district's most prominent business men and a former mayor of Grimsby, passed away at his home in Smithville on Thursday evening last. Although he had been in poor health for several months, his death was unexpected and news of his passing was received with ...
    Grimsby Independent, 11 Nov 1943, p. 1,7   Albert George Boulter, one of the district's most prominent business men and ...
  • Five Twocock Brothers Serving the Empire
    Grimsby Independent, 20 Jul 1944, p. 1     Pictured above are the five fighting sons of Mr. and Mrs. William Alfred Twocock, 44 Depot Street, all in the army and by so being, are rigidly upholding the family tradition of defending the Empire. The Twocock family came to Canada from England in 1912 and settled in the Kirkland ...
    Grimsby Independent, 20 Jul 1944, p. 1   Pictured above are the five fighting sons of Mr. and Mrs. William ...
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