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Tate, L.A. 
TextGenealogical ResourcesImage    ...Tate, Lloyd Atchinson Bom 5 Aug 1902. Killed In Action 31 Mar 1947, & buried Norland Pinegrove Cemetery Served WW2, B63528 Cpl., Queen's Own Rifles. Brother Mervyn also killed in action WW1. Married Mary Ellen Son of Wm John and Albina E. TATE. Lloyd not bom yet, but family in 1901...
Baby's Body Found In Port Arthur 
Newspapers  "Baby's Body Found In Port Arthur," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 29 Sep 1947, p. 1  Port Arthur ; Neglect is cause of death ; Port Arthur Police Department ; Kenogami Avenue Full text available on microfilm
Believe Infant Died Of Neglect 
Newspapers  "Believe Infant Died Of Neglect," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 30 Sep 1947, p. 1  Port Arthur ; Neglect is cause of death ; Port Arthur Police Department ; Kenogami Avenue Full text available on microfilm
Fire Tragedy Couple Given Assistance To Build Anew 
Newspapers  "Fire Tragedy Couple Given Assistance To Build Anew," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 24 Feb 1947, p. 1  Clarence McKenzie ; Ronald McKenzie ; Wilson Street ; Home uninsured ; Fire damage ; Donations Full text available on microfilm
2 Men Perish In Port Arthur Fire 
Newspapers  "2 Men Perish In Port Arthur Fire," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 7 Jun 1947, p. 1  Rooming House ; Water Street ; Port Arthur ; Thomas Mulhall ; Leo Lafleche ; Wilfred Lantin ; Charles Curtin ; Port Arthur Fire Department ; Bernard Beattie ; Kenneth Carvell ; Photo Full text available on microfilm
Three Children Perish In Flames 
Newspapers  "Three Children Perish In Flames," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 14 Mar 1947, p. 1  Albert Bernst ; Lorna Bernst ; Clarence Bernst ; Carol Bernst ; Doris Bernst ; McKellar Hospital ; Murillo ; Photo Full text available on microfilm
Three Child Victims Of Murillo Fire Are Buried 
Newspapers  "Three Child Victims Of Murillo Fire Are Buried," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 17 Mar 1947, p. 3  Albert Bernst ; Clarence Bernst ; Carol Bernst ; Leona Bernst ; Doris Bernst ; Murillo ; Photo Full text available on microfilm
Scene Of Tragic Train-Car Crash At Loon Lake Yesterday 
Newspapers  "Scene Of Tragic Train-Car Crash At Loon Lake Yesterday," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 21 Nov 1947, p. 1  Railway Accidents ; Motor Vehicle Accidents ; Loon Lake ; Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) ; Catherine Sully ; Harold Guse ; Kathleen Sully ; Caroline Guse ; Francis Guse ; Katherine Guse ; Photo Full text available on microfilm
5th Person In Critical Condition 
Newspapers  "5th Person In Critical Condition," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 20 Nov 1947, p. 1  Railway Accidents ; Motor Vehicle Accidents ; Loon Lake ; Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) ; Catherine Sully ; Harold Guse ; Kathleen Sully ; Caroline Guse ; Francis Guse ; Katherine Guse Full text available on microfilm
4 Die In Central Pat Mine Blast 
Newspapers  "4 Die In Central Pat Mine Blast," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 9 Oct 1947, p. 1  Mining Accidents ; Central Patricia Mine ; Underground Explosion ; Jack Campbell ; Clair David Mackie ; James McDonald ; L. Haatinen ; V. Brazeau ; F. McGrath ; J. Fedick Full text available on microfilm
Exhausted Men Toil For Hours To Save Lives 
Newspapers  "Exhausted Men Toil For Hours To Save Lives," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 10 Oct 1947, p. 1  Mining Accidents ; Central Patricia Mine ; Underground Explosion ; Jack Campbell ; Clair David Mackie ; James McDonald ; L. Haatinen ; V. Brazeau ; F. McGrath ; J. Fedick Full text available on microfilm
Woman found dying from bullet wound 
Newspapers  "Woman found dying from bullet wound," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 23 May 1947, p. 1  Woman Found in Pool of Blood ; Discovered by Husband ; Self-Inflicted Head Wound ; Died in Hospital ; Ethel Oliver (Victim) Full text available on microfilm
Fatal wound self-inflicted 
Newspapers  "Fatal wound self-inflicted," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 27 May 1947, p. 1  475 North Cumberland Street ; Woman Found in Pool of Blood ; Died in Hospital ; Self-Inflicted Head Wound ; Ethel Mulligan ; Alias Ethel Oliver (Victim) Full text available on microfilm
Triple Tragedy At Chief Bay On Lake Nipigon 
Newspapers  "Triple Tragedy At Chief Bay On Lake Nipigon," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 4 Jul 1947, p. 1  Lake Nipigon ; Nipigon, ON ; Chief Bay ; American tourists and guide ; James Howard Pierson ; Martin Anderson ; William Henry Full text available on microfilm
Drowning Victim's Body Is Found After 26 Days 
Newspapers  "Drowning Victim's Body Is Found After 26 Days," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 30 Jul 1947  Lake Nipigon ; Nipigon, ON ; Chief Bay ; American tourists and guide ; James Howard Pierson ; Martin Anderson ; William Henry Full text available on microfilm
Second Body Recovered In Lake Nipigon 
Newspapers  "Second Body Recovered In Lake Nipigon," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 9 Aug 1947  Lake Nipigon ; Nipigon, ON ; Chief Bay ; American tourists and guide ; James Howard Pierson ; Martin Anderson ; Merton Anderson ; William Henry Full text available on microfilm
Nurse And Miners Play Heroic In Central Patricia Mine Blast 
Newspapers  "Nurse And Miners Play Heroic In Central Patricia Mine Blast," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 11 Oct 1947, p. 1  Central Patricia Gold Mine ; Medical care ; 4 men deceased from blast ; 3 others injured ; Central Patricia Gold Mine Hospital ; Patricia Grant ; Dr. Frank Squires ; Jean Pryor ; Camila Chrisholm ; Nick Lewicki ; Ricky Hrynko ; Reg. Peake ; Eugene Malot ; Gerald Cloutier ; Issidor Seguin ;...
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