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  • Buried side by side, the bodies of Harry M. Bready, Gertrude Hainer and Maud Hughes will rest side by side...
    TextNewspaper  Grimsby Independent, 17 Dec 1902, p. 7     buried in Queen's Lawn Cemetery...
    TextNewspaper  Grimsby Independent, 17 Dec 1902, p. 7   buried in Queen's Lawn Cemetery...
  • Death came suddenly
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource  Grimsby Independent, 10 Dec 1902, p. 2     The accident at the Grand Trunk Railway on the night of Sunday, Dec. 7th, by which three of our young people lost their lives, was the most frightful that ever occurred in the history of our village. Harry M. Bready, formerly of St. Catharines, but for the past four months ...
    NewspaperTextGenealogical Resource  Grimsby Independent, 10 Dec 1902, p. 2   The accident at the Grand Trunk Railway on the night of Sunday, Dec. 7th, by which three of our young people lost their lives, was the most frightful that ever ...
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