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  • Killed in collision
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 7 Sep 1944, p. 5     William Bevan, 29, of Merritton was instantly killed last night at about 7:25, when the motorcycle which he was riding west on, collided with the tow truck of LePage's garage, at the corner of No. 8 Highway and Park road. A heavy rain was falling at the time. Dr. McIntyre ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 7 Sep 1944, p. 5   William Bevan, 29, of Merritton was instantly killed last night at about 7:25, when the motorcycle which he was riding west on, collided with the tow truck of LePage's garage, ...
  • Culp family reunion held
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 26 Aug 1925, p. 1     Culp reunion held in Jordan...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 26 Aug 1925, p. 1   Culp reunion held in Jordan...
  • Tells of death of Mrs. S.G. Clay
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 2 Sep 1925, p. 1     Given names were retrieved from an article in November 27, 1947, giving an account of the death of Sydney Clay...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 2 Sep 1925, p. 1   Given names were retrieved from an article in November 27, 1947, giving an account of the death of Sydney Clay...
  • Snyder reunion
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 9 Sep 1925, p. 1     The Snyder reunion met at Victoria Hall, Vineland, for the first time...It was decided that the Snyder reunion will hold their annual gathering at Victoria Hall, Vineland, Ont., the last Saturday in June 1926......
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 9 Sep 1925, p. 1   The Snyder reunion met at Victoria Hall, Vineland, for the first time...It was decided that the Snyder reunion will hold their annual gathering at Victoria Hall, Vineland, Ont., the last ...
  • Taught school in Grimsby 50 years ago
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 4 Oct 1922, p. 5     Newspaper located at the Grimsby Museum...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 4 Oct 1922, p. 5   Newspaper located at the Grimsby Museum...
  • Found dead in cattle stable
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 21 Oct 1925     August Garr, some 60 years of age, who has been working for J.L. Book, was found dead on Tuesday evening in the cow stable. Dr. R.A. Alexander was first notified, and Dr. J.F. McLay and Provincial constable George Mackay went to the Book farm where Doctor McLay's examination revealed death ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 21 Oct 1925   August Garr, some 60 years of age, who has been working for J.L. Book, was found dead on Tuesday evening in the cow stable. Dr. R.A. Alexander was first notified, ...
  • Mrs. Eleanor Hawke - Half Century Resident Here
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 22 Oct 1924, p. 1     Newspaper located at the Grimsby Museum...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 22 Oct 1924, p. 1   Newspaper located at the Grimsby Museum...
  • Fruit grower, living alone, is severely injured in home
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 7 Oct 1943, p. 1     Provincial Police are investigating the possibility that William Vickers, 80-year-old North Grimsby fruit grower, found unconscious and with severe facial injuries in his home on Sunday, may have been the victim of foul play. Vickers, who resides alone on the Ridge Road west, was found by son, ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 7 Oct 1943, p. 1   Provincial Police are investigating the possibility that William Vickers, 80-year-old North Grimsby fruit grower, found unconscious and with severe facial injuries in his home on Sunday, may have been the ...
  • Verdict of accidental shooting returned by jury
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 17 Mar 1915, p. 1     Widow identifies rifle and says, "Nobody in God's world will ever make me believe he done it himself" - "We, the Jury, empanelled on the 15th of March, to inquire into the death of Geo. Hogarth, find that he came to his death on March 6th on Lot 19, Con. ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 17 Mar 1915, p. 1   Widow identifies rifle and says, "Nobody in God's world will ever make me believe he done it himself" - "We, the Jury, empanelled on the 15th of March, to inquire ...
  • Gets One Year in the Reformatory
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 28 Nov 1946, p. 1     Stanley Sobkowich, 18, of Grimsby, was sentenced to one year in the Ontario Reformatory when he appeared before Justice Wilson in the non-jury supreme court in St. Catharines on Tuesday. Sobkowich pleaded guilty to dangerous driving in connection with the death, last September, of Betty Joan ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 28 Nov 1946, p. 1   Stanley Sobkowich, 18, of Grimsby, was sentenced to one year in the Ontario Reformatory when he appeared before Justice Wilson in the non-jury supreme court in St. Catharines on Tuesday. ...
  • Chas. Bromley called home
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 5 Dec 1946, p. 1,13     Charles Bromley is dead. While news of his death did not come as a distinct surprise to his great legion of friends and acquaintances throughout, not only the Fruit Belt, but through other sections of Ontario, still it had a numbing effect....Early Wednesday morning he suffered an attack and ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 5 Dec 1946, p. 1,13   Charles Bromley is dead. While news of his death did not come as a distinct surprise to his great legion of friends and acquaintances throughout, not only the Fruit Belt, ...
  • Death by Poison
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 28 Feb 1895, p. 2     Newspaper located at the Grimsby museum....
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 28 Feb 1895, p. 2   Newspaper located at the Grimsby museum....
  • Suffers attack while motoring
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 12 Sep 1946, p. 1     While motoring to his home in Toronto from Niagara Falls, about 2:30 a.m. Monday morning, Harold Sparkman, of Maple, suffered an attack just east of the town limits and by the time the other members of his party got him to the office of Dr. A.F.McIntyre, he had passed away. ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 12 Sep 1946, p. 1   While motoring to his home in Toronto from Niagara Falls, about 2:30 a.m. Monday morning, Harold Sparkman, of Maple, suffered an attack just east of the town limits and by ...
  • Fatal Accident Hunting Skunks
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 3 Oct 1946, 1, 8     William Gulewich, 19 year old son of Walter Gulewich, Clinton Township, was killed instantly by the accidental discharge of a shotgun on Saturday night while hunting for skunks on his father's farm, on No. 8 Highway just west of Beamsville ... uncle Michael Gulewich ... sister Mary ... also ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 3 Oct 1946, 1, 8   William Gulewich, 19 year old son of Walter Gulewich, Clinton Township, was killed instantly by the accidental discharge of a shotgun on Saturday night while hunting for skunks on his ...
  • Delbert Keith killed by premature explosion
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 28 May 1913, 1, 5     An explosion took place with fatal and disastrous results at the home of Mr. Edward Keith, just outside of Beamsville, on Saturday, about 8:00 o'clock p.m. with the result that Delbert Keith was instantly killed, his brother Kenneth was very seriously, if not fatally, injured and his father, Edward ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 28 May 1913, 1, 5   An explosion took place with fatal and disastrous results at the home of Mr. Edward Keith, just outside of Beamsville, on Saturday, about 8:00 o'clock p.m. with the result that ...
  • Geo. Skinner drowned
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 6 Aug 1913, p. 7     On Friday morning, about 8:30, while Wm. McDonald was cleaning up the beach at Grimsby Beach, he saw a body floating in the water about half way between the shore and the end of the pier. He immediately secured a boat and brought the body to shore. Coroner Alexander was ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 6 Aug 1913, p. 7   On Friday morning, about 8:30, while Wm. McDonald was cleaning up the beach at Grimsby Beach, he saw a body floating in the water about half way between the shore ...
  • Grimsby loses another outstanding citizen
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 22 Jan 1936, p. 1,5     Citizens of this district were greatly shocked at noon on Wednesday, January 22nd, to hear of the death at his home on Main Street west of Henry H. Farrell, senior member of the basket manufacturing firm of H.H. Farrell and Sons. Deceased who was in his 70th year had been ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 22 Jan 1936, p. 1,5   Citizens of this district were greatly shocked at noon on Wednesday, January 22nd, to hear of the death at his home on Main Street west of Henry H. Farrell, senior ...
  • Police chief of Beamsville dies in Kingston Hospital
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 25 Sep 1935, p. 1     Chief of Police Ernest Juhlke, of Beamsville, died Sunday night in the Kingston General Hospital, where he has been a patient for the past few weeks. About a year and a half ago he was confined to the hospital for several weeks, but recovered sufficiently to return to duty. A ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 25 Sep 1935, p. 1   Chief of Police Ernest Juhlke, of Beamsville, died Sunday night in the Kingston General Hospital, where he has been a patient for the past few weeks. About a year and ...
  • Visit Beach after 33 Years
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 25 Sep 1935, p. 1,8     Wedding group note many changes - Mr. Bowslaugh's father built first house on grounds. That sentiment [that] still sways most of us was instanced again on Sunday, September 1, when Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gibb of Detroit commemorated the 33rd anniversary of their wedding. On that date Mr. and Mrs. ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 25 Sep 1935, p. 1,8   Wedding group note many changes - Mr. Bowslaugh's father built first house on grounds. That sentiment [that] still sways most of us was instanced again on Sunday, September 1, when ...
  • Loosley & Loosley leaves Grimsby
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 31 May 1888, p. 3     On Tuesday morning Mr. E.E. Loosley, who for 27 years has been one of the leading businessmen of Grimsby took the train for Hamilton, where he will carry on business in connection with his son, E.W. Loosley, under the firm name of Loosley & Loosley. Mrs. Loosley and part of ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 31 May 1888, p. 3   On Tuesday morning Mr. E.E. Loosley, who for 27 years has been one of the leading businessmen of Grimsby took the train for Hamilton, where he will carry on business ...
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