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  • Farm life idyllic at times, but danger lurks
    Newspaper  Canadian Champion (Milton, ON), 30 Mar 1999, 8, 18     Includes photograph....
    Newspaper  Canadian Champion (Milton, ON), 30 Mar 1999, 8, 18   Includes photograph....
  • Cow Gores Child On Murillo Farm
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 17 Jul 1931, p. 1     Farm injury ; Livestock injures boy ; Sakov Uski (seriously injured) ; Murillo, ON ; Poleline Road ; Roy Uski ; Dr. R.A. Caldwell
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 17 Jul 1931, p. 1   Farm injury ; Livestock injures boy ; Sakov Uski (seriously injured) ; Murillo, ON ; Poleline Road ; Roy Uski ; Dr. R.A. Caldwell
  • $9000 loss in Nipigon farm fire
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 25 Oct 1932, p. 3     Nipigon (ON) ; A. J. Paju (owner)
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 25 Oct 1932, p. 3   Nipigon (ON) ; A. J. Paju (owner)
  • M'Intyre Home Razed By Flames
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 21 Mar 1932     McIntyre Township ; Peter Splonick ; Oliver Road
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 21 Mar 1932   McIntyre Township ; Peter Splonick ; Oliver Road
  • The Markets
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 17 Jan 1895, p. 4     column 3...
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 17 Jan 1895, p. 4   column 3...
  • Mr. Joseph Dobie
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 17 Jan 1895, p. 1     column 4...
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 17 Jan 1895, p. 1   column 4...
  • Agricultural - A Handy Movable Shed
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 3 Jan 1895, p. 6     column 3...
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 3 Jan 1895, p. 6   column 3...
  • Stanley Farmer Meets With Much Hard Luck
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 21 Dec 1916     Fire damage ; J.F. Rahmer ; Stanley, ON ; Rahmer residence destroyed ; Mearl Rahmer ; D'Eyncourt Rahmer
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 21 Dec 1916   Fire damage ; J.F. Rahmer ; Stanley, ON ; Rahmer residence destroyed ; Mearl Rahmer ; D'Eyncourt Rahmer
  • Electrocution Of Two Men Found Accidental
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 3 Aug 1951, p. 2     Henning Peterson ; Begnt Karlsson ; McIntyre Twp. ; Stacker catches wires
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 3 Aug 1951, p. 2   Henning Peterson ; Begnt Karlsson ; McIntyre Twp. ; Stacker catches wires
  • Farm Home Near Kakabeka Burns
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 25 Jun 1931, p. 2     Kakabeka Falls ; T. Kowalchuk ; A. Snelgrove ; Fire damage
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 25 Jun 1931, p. 2   Kakabeka Falls ; T. Kowalchuk ; A. Snelgrove ; Fire damage
  • Two Three-Car Mishaps Occur Expressway
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 3 Aug 1973     Thomas Grimshaw ; John Edward Corbet ; Barry Curtis Hosler ; Ruth Lanktree ; Raymond Aho ; Paul Carr ; Linda Lanktree ; Tammy MacDonald ; Motor vehicle accident ; Denho Lassila ; Break and enter
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 3 Aug 1973   Thomas Grimshaw ; John Edward Corbet ; Barry Curtis Hosler ; Ruth Lanktree ; Raymond Aho ; Paul Carr ; Linda Lanktree ; Tammy MacDonald ; Motor vehicle accident ; ...
  • Beamsville man is found dead after several days away
    Newspaper  Grimsby Independent, 6 Aug 1942, p. 1     Well known in this district, where he had lived for several years, George Fisher, of R.R. 2, Beamsville, was found dead in a field near the Beamsville reservoir last Monday. The deceased man had been missing from his home since July 26, and his remains were found tangled in a ...
    Newspaper  Grimsby Independent, 6 Aug 1942, p. 1   Well known in this district, where he had lived for several years, George Fisher, of R.R. 2, Beamsville, was found dead in a field near the Beamsville reservoir last Monday. ...
  • Campden Man Fatally Hurt in Car Accident
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent (18851105), 4 Oct 1951, p. 1,6     Archie Wilcox, 48, of Campden, died in West Lincoln Memorial Hospital shortly before 6 o'clock Sunday morning as a result of head injuries sustained in a two-car collision which occurred near the CNR Station at Beamsville just after midnight Sunday. Provincial Police said Wilcox was driving west ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent (18851105), 4 Oct 1951, p. 1,6   Archie Wilcox, 48, of Campden, died in West Lincoln Memorial Hospital shortly before 6 o'clock Sunday morning as a result of head injuries sustained in a two-car collision which occurred ...
  • Accident Fatal When Car Strikes Culvert
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 30 Aug 1951, p. 1,3     James Maxwell Roulston, aged 24, a resident of Grimsby, died almost instantly Friday morning, when the auto he was operating crashed head-on into a cement culvert on the Grimsby Mountain Rd., in North Grimsby Township. After striking the culvert, the auto flipped over on its left side, then ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 30 Aug 1951, p. 1,3   James Maxwell Roulston, aged 24, a resident of Grimsby, died almost instantly Friday morning, when the auto he was operating crashed head-on into a cement culvert on the Grimsby Mountain ...
  • Councillor Don Beamer Meets Accidental Death
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 8 Feb 1951, p. 1,3     Donald Beamer, lifelong resident of North Grimsby Township, died instantly under the wheels of a Lincoln County snow plough, the very machine that was to bring to an end a night of frustration and hardship, in zero temperatures, for Beamer, his cousin, James Beamer, and members of the Grimsby ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 8 Feb 1951, p. 1,3   Donald Beamer, lifelong resident of North Grimsby Township, died instantly under the wheels of a Lincoln County snow plough, the very machine that was to bring to an end a ...
  • Two Killed in Traffic Accident
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 16 Jun 1938, p. 1     A tragedy, all the more pathetic because one of the victims was to have been married within a week, occurred on Saturday afternoon at Beamsville, when a car, driven by John Coady, 22, of R.R. No. 2, Guelph, crashed into a five-ton truck , completely demolishing the lighter machine. The ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 16 Jun 1938, p. 1   A tragedy, all the more pathetic because one of the victims was to have been married within a week, occurred on Saturday afternoon at Beamsville, when a car, driven by ...
  • Body of Missing Woman Found
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 10 Mar 1937, p. 1,5     Newspaper located at the Grimsby Museum...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 10 Mar 1937, p. 1,5   Newspaper located at the Grimsby Museum...
  • Prominent Grimsby Citizen Fatally Injured in Crash
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 19 Oct 1950, p. 1,8     The entire Grimsby district was grievously shocked to hear of the tragic death of one of its most prominent citizens last Friday afternoon, when Carman D. Millyard died of injuries sustained when his car crashed into a tree on No. 8 Highway, 3 miles west of town. Alone in the ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 19 Oct 1950, p. 1,8   The entire Grimsby district was grievously shocked to hear of the tragic death of one of its most prominent citizens last Friday afternoon, when Carman D. Millyard died of injuries ...
  • Fifteen Month Old Boy Fatally Injured
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 28 Sep 1950, p. 1     Fifteen-months-old Gordon Clark was killed almost instantly on Sunday, almost in full view of his mother, when the little tot came in contact with the front of a tractor being operated by his father. The father had just started the machine and moved a few feet, when Mrs. Clark missed ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 28 Sep 1950, p. 1   Fifteen-months-old Gordon Clark was killed almost instantly on Sunday, almost in full view of his mother, when the little tot came in contact with the front of a tractor being ...
  • Fatal Accident at Brickyard
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 14 Sep 1950, p. 1,10     William Sharpe buried under brick and rubble when wall of kiln suddenly collapses - body uncovered within five minutes - Franklyn Loft and Jake Froese escape with injuries. William Sharpe, 46, of North Grimsby, was killed almost instantly, while two other employees of the Grimsby Brick and Tile ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 14 Sep 1950, p. 1,10   William Sharpe buried under brick and rubble when wall of kiln suddenly collapses - body uncovered within five minutes - Franklyn Loft and Jake Froese escape with injuries. William Sharpe, ...
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