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Old elm tale under fire, 'Humbug' says resident
Publication:
Newmarket Era and Express (Newmarket, ON), 30 Oct 1947, p. 1, column 4


Description
Media Type:
Newspaper
Text
Item Type:
Articles
Description:
Great-great-grandson of Timothy Rogers, who came to Newmarket in 1808 with the first 40 families of Quaker settlers, Frank Rogers, has new theories concerning Newmarket's history, with opinions from James Gibson;
Naming of Newmarket
Notes:

Continued on page 12, col. 8.
Date of Publication:
30 Oct 1947
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Rogers, Frank ; Gibson, James
Local identifier:
Ontario.News.255308
Language of Item:
English
Copyright Statement:
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Old elm tale under fire, 'Humbug' says resident


Great-great-grandson of Timothy Rogers, who came to Newmarket in 1808 with the first 40 families of Quaker settlers, Frank Rogers, has new theories concerning Newmarket's history, with opinions from James Gibson;
Naming of Newmarket