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Subject:  Accidents  Decade:  1880  Sort by:  Relevance
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Terrible Death!: A Son of Mr. Thomas Duncan's Crushed to Death by a Stone Weighing About 8 Tons. 
Newspapers  "Terrible Death!: A Son of Mr. Thomas Duncan's Crushed to Death by a Stone Weighing About 8 Tons.," Flesherton Advance, 22 Jun 1882  No.54, Pg.2, Col.2
Drowned!A Sad Picnic Party: Four Young Men Lose Their Lives.Brewster's Lake.Their Bodies Found in 15 Feet of Water.About 15 Rods from the Shore 
Newspapers  "Drowned!A Sad Picnic Party: Four Young Men Lose Their Lives.Brewster's Lake.Their Bodies Found in 15 Feet of Water.About 15 Rods from the Shore," Flesherton Advance, 10 Aug 1882  No.61, Pg.2, Col.3; Dundalk, Singhampton, and 3rd Line Osprey
Fatal Accident 
Newspapers  "Fatal Accident," Flesherton Advance, 28 Sep 1882  No.69, Pg.3, Col.3
A Horrible Accident. A Terrible Threshing Machine Accident in Euphrasia Township 
Newspapers  "A Horrible Accident. A Terrible Threshing Machine Accident in Euphrasia Township," Flesherton Advance, 23 Oct 1884, p. 4  no.175, pg.4, col.2
A Terrible Affair! Four Men Injured at a Barn Raising near Kimberley. 
Newspapers  "A Terrible Affair! Four Men Injured at a Barn Raising near Kimberley.," Flesherton Advance, 4 Jun 1885, p. 4  no.297, pg.4, col.3
Fatal Accident 
Newspapers  "Fatal Accident," Flesherton Advance, 3 Sep 1885, p. 1  no.220, pg.1, col.4; death of the boy, Sinclair.
Wreck of the Algoma. Thirty-three lives believed to have been Lost. [2 articles] 
Newspapers  "Wreck of the Algoma. Thirty-three lives believed to have been Lost. [2 articles]," Flesherton Advance, 12 Nov 1885, p. 1  p1 c5
Fatal Accident at Flesherton Station 
Newspapers  "Fatal Accident at Flesherton Station," Flesherton Advance, 30 Sep 1886, p. 1  Column 5
Frozen 
Newspapers  "Frozen," Flesherton Advance, 20 Jan 1887, p. 4  Column 2
Local & Other Notices: Railway Accident 
Newspapers  "Local & Other Notices: Railway Accident," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 31 Dec 1880, p. 4  Column 2; Village of Lucan is in Biddulph Twp.; famous Biddulph case is the case of the 'Black' Donnelly Murders
Local & Other Notices: Accident 
Newspapers  "Local & Other Notices: Accident," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 25 Feb 1881, p. 3  Column 2
Collision on the Northern Railway 
Newspapers  "Collision on the Northern Railway," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 15 Apr 1881, p. 4  Column 2
Local & Other Notices: Serious Railway Accident 
Newspapers  "Local & Other Notices: Serious Railway Accident," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 1 Jul 1881, p. 2  Column 2
Sad Accident 
Newspapers  "Sad Accident," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 2 Sep 1881, p. 2  Column 1
Dundalk [Death] 
Newspapers  "Dundalk [Death]," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 9 Sep 1881, p. 3  Column 2
Accident On The Rail 
Newspapers  "Accident On The Rail," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 27 Jan 1882, p. 2  Column 2
Railway Accident at Collingwood 
Newspapers  "Railway Accident at Collingwood," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 24 Feb 1882  Column 8
Railway Accident 
Newspapers  "Railway Accident," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 24 Feb 1882, p. 2  Column 4
Dreadful Occurrence at Singhampton 
Newspapers  "Dreadful Occurrence at Singhampton," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 10 Mar 1882, p. 2  Column 4; Woman suffers fatal burns as a result of carrying burning pot out of house
Nearly a Fire 
Newspapers  "Nearly a Fire," Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 10 Mar 1882, p. 3  Column 2; fire put out before building lost
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