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Century old stone unearthed 
NewspapersTextMysteries:  "Century old stone unearthed," Grimsby Independent, 19 Aug 1943, p. 1  headstone located at rear of Hotel Grimsby found while excavating, erected by parents in memory of their children who died in 1843 and 1852
Blaylock, D. 
ImageNewspapersMysteries:    No information attached except for the snapshot.
Brown, D.F. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesImageTextMysteries:    Flt Sgt. D.F. Brown presumed dead - 13 June 1945. No other details available. Part of clipping appears to be missing.
Calvert, Q. 
NewspapersGenealogical ResourcesTextMysteries:    One article has his first name spelled as Quinten, the other has it as Quenten.
Iveson, F. 
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Ivison, F. 
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Kirby, S.P. 
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Langton, D. 
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Moody, W. 
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Shanahan, J. 
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Thompson, G. 
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Welsh, J.G. 
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Woods, H. 
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Wright, W. 
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PORCUPINE'S WAR SONG 
NewspapersImageMysteries:  , Section 1, p. 5  Lyrics set to the tune "It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary" - a popular song at the time of the First World War. P.E.P. possibly stands for "Pro Patria et Populo" ("For Country and People") or "Pro Patria et Pace" ("For Country and Peace"). It could also be the abbreviation of a local slang...
Golden A's repeat as national oldtimers baseball champs 
NewspapersTextMysteries:  Glassman, Ryan, Golden A's repeat as national oldtimers baseball champs, "Golden A's repeat as national oldtimers baseball champs," Oakville Beaver, 22 Aug 2012, p26 cont'd on p31  Canadian National Oldtimers Baseball Federation Championships
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