appeared in Grimsby Independent, 23 Jul 1913, p. 1,5. Date of Event: 21 July 1913
, one of North Grimsby's oldest and most highly respected citizens, passed away at his home near Winona on Monday morning, July 21, after a few hours' illness, as the result of a stroke of paralysis. Mr. Carpenter
was an active,healthy man almost up to the hour of his...
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 13 Apr 1944, p. 5. Date of Event: 11 Apr 1944
...The whole Niagara district was deeply shocked on Tuesday afternoon to learn of the sudden demise of Elletta Cline Carpenter
, wife of C.W.F.Carpenter
, well known fruit grower and insurance broker of Grimsby and Winona...She was a daughter of the late George and Catherine Cline, pioneer family...
"Goes back to Kingston Pen," Grimsby Independent, 5 Sep 1923, p. 1
...St. Catharines, Aug. 31 - William Carpenter
, of Grimsby, was arrested at Lincoln jail door today by a Royal Mounted policeman from Toronto and taken back to Kingston penitentiary to serve the balance of a 12-year sentence for rape. Five and a half years ago Carpenter
was sentenced here to 12 years...
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 7 Mar 1923, p. 4. Date of Event: 4 Mar 1923
...At Hagarstown, Maryland, on March 4, 1923, to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Carpenter
, a son....
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 12 Apr 1933, p. 1. Date of Event: 7 Apr 1933
...A distinguished military and public career was brought to a close with the passing of Major G. Homer Carpenter
,B.S.A., prominent Fruitland farmer, whose death will be widely regretted. He died early Friday morning after a long illness in his 50th year... Of United Empire Loyalist stock, Major...
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 15 Jan 1913, p. 4. Date of Event: 9 Jan 1913
...The death occurred on Thursday January 9, 1913 of Gordon Henry Carpenter
, the bright 4 year old son of Mr. & Mrs. Walter H. Miller, Murray Street. The little fellow has been ill for some considerable time and his death is not entirely a surprise. The funeral was held at Queen's Lawn...
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 6 Jan 1915, p. 3. Date of Event: 2 Jan 1915
...The Township of Saltfleet lost one of its most highly respected citizens when Wm. Hugo Carpenter
passed away on Saturday last at his home, near Vinemount, in his 69th year. The deceased gentleman has been confined to his home for the past number of years with a severe attack of paralysis, and has...
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 10 Jul 1947, p. 7. Date of Event: 7 Jul 1947
...The death occurred suddenly early on Monday morning of Walter Gordon Carpenter
, a well known fruit grower of the Winona district.
Deceased was the oldest son of Gordon and Katherine Palmer Carpenter
and had been engaged in fruit growing with his father for several years past. He was born on Barton...
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 19 Aug 1948, p. 7. Date of Event: 12 Aug 1948
...Mrs. Gordon R. Carpenter
, a life-long resident of the Winona district, died at her home at Winona last Thursday after a lingering illness.
The former Thurza Katherine Palmer, she was a daughter of the late Walter Palmer, and was born in North Grimsby Township on December 3, 1880.
"Prominent in Fruit Industry Many Years," Grimsby Independent, 2 Sep 1948, p. 1,9
...For many years one of the most prominent men in the fruit industry of Ontario, as well as in general activities for the advancement of this area, Charles William Franklin (Frank) Carpenter
, of Grimsby, died at St. Joseph's Hospital, Hamilton, on Thursday last.
In his 82nd year, he was born...
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 16 Apr 1924, p. 8. Date of Event: 11 Apr 1924
...John Herbert Carpenter
, will known fruit grower of St. Catharines district, died suddenly Friday evening at his home, 16 Thomas Street, following a heart attack. He was born in Dunnville 60 years ago and went to St. Catharines in 1911, operating a fruit farm at Niagara-on-the-Lake. He was a member...
"Tombstone almost enveloped by tree," Grimsby Independent, 21 Jun 1945, p. 1
...In St. Andrew's Churchyard, Grimsby, in the Carpenter
family plot, is a tombstone almost embedded in a huge elm tree, said to be well over 100 years old. The stone was erected in memory of Mary Boyle Carpenter
, who was buried there in 1815. She was the widow of Ashman Carpenter
, who was buried...
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 14 Nov 1946, p. 2. Date of Event: 15 June 1901
...'Way back when - At Winona on June 15th, 1901, to Mr. and Mrs. C.W.F. Carpenter
, a daughter, Gilmore....
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 10 Aug 1944, p. 5. Date of Event: 5 Aug. 1944
...At a quiet garden wedding, on Saturday August 5, Jean Palmer, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Carpenter
of Winona, became the bride of Gnr. Donald Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Jones, Winona. Rev. Fred Manning conducted the ceremony ... The bridesmaid, Miss Nora Carpenter
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 23 Dec 1937, p. 6. Date of Event: 18 Dec 1937
...A wedding of much interest to a large circle of friends took place at the United Church parsonage, Winona, on Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock when Rev. Fred Manning united in marriage Olive Irene, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.I. Fletcher, of Winona, and Eric J. Carpenter
, son of Mr...
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 20 Apr 1944, p. 12. Date of Event: April 1944
...The funeral of Mrs. C.W.F. Carpenter
was held Friday afternoon from her residence in Grimsby to St. Andrew's Anglican Church. Rev. J.A. Ballard, Rev. E.A. Brooks and Rev. George Scovil conducted the service in the home and at the graveside in St. Andrew's churchyard. The honorary...
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 29 Sep 1920, . Date of Event: 22 Sept 1920
...A very quiet wedding was solemnized on Wednesday, September 22nd, at the residence of Mrs. F.M. Carpenter
, Lakeview, Fruitland, when her daughter, Agnes Macdonald, was united in marriage to Dr. William I. Stevenson of Hamilton. Rev. A.C. Eddy of Winona officiated. Following the ceremony, a dainty...
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 27 Jun 1923, p. 5. Date of Event: 20 Jun 1923
...A pretty June wedding took place in St. John's Church, Winona, on Wednesday afternoon when Rev. H.A. West united in marriage Alma Kathleen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.W.F. Carpenter
, Grimsby, to Mr. Kenneth E. Whyte, son of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Whyte, of Grimsby. The church...
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