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  • Order of Canada for Vi Milstead Warren, newspaper clipping
    ImageNewspaper       The headline for this newspaper clipping was cut off because the scanner could not properly accommodate the size of this clipping. Published in The Colborne Chronicle - 6 August 2004 clipping appeared on front page and continued on p.3. CTPL does not hold the original in its archives, but has ...
    ImageNewspaper     The headline for this newspaper clipping was cut off because the scanner could not properly accommodate the size of this clipping. Published in The Colborne Chronicle - 6 August 2004 ...
  • Vi Warren to be inducted into Aviation Hall of Fame newspaper clipping
    ImageNewspaper       The headline for this newspaper clipping was cut off because the scanner could not properly accommodate the size of this clipping. Name and date of newspaper not indicated on the clipping. CTPL does not hold the original in its archives, but has a high quality digital copy.
    ImageNewspaper     The headline for this newspaper clipping was cut off because the scanner could not properly accommodate the size of this clipping. Name and date of newspaper not indicated on the ...
  • Former Baseball League Catcher is Recreation Director: Ex-Big Leaguer has Solution to Delinquency, Toronto Daily Star, 27 January 1955
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  • Miss Harriet Bidwell, Upper Canadian Provincial Exhibition - photocopy newspaper clipping
    ImageNewspaper       Reference to Miss H. Bidwell placing in Crochet, Guipire, Tatting, Lace Work, Embroider in Muslin, Embroidery in Cotton and Knitting in the Ladies' Work Department at Provincial Exhibition from 1855 to 1874.
    ImageNewspaper     Reference to Miss H. Bidwell placing in Crochet, Guipire, Tatting, Lace Work, Embroider in Muslin, Embroidery in Cotton and Knitting in the Ladies' Work Department at Provincial Exhibition from 1855 ...
  • Miss E. Grover, Upper Canadian Provincial Exhibition, The Globe, 25 September 1866 - photocopy newspaper clipping
    ImageNewspaper       This prize list includes Miss E. Grover in raised worsted work in the 1866 Provincial Exhibition.
    ImageNewspaper     This prize list includes Miss E. Grover in raised worsted work in the 1866 Provincial Exhibition.
  • R.C. Gill, Upper Canadian Provincial Exhibition, Kingston. "Upper Canada Exhibition Eighteenth Meeting." The Globe, 25 September 1863 - photocopy newspaper clipping
    ImageNewspaper       This prize list includes the name of R. C. Gill who placed second and third in several classes of competition in Garden Vegetables in the 1863 Provincial Exhibition.
    ImageNewspaper     This prize list includes the name of R. C. Gill who placed second and third in several classes of competition in Garden Vegetables in the 1863 Provincial Exhibition.
  • John Thomas & Thomas Webb, Upper Canadian Provincial Exhibition, Cobourg. "List of Prizes" Cobourg Star, 11 Oct 1848 - photocopy newspaper clipping
    ImageNewspaper       This prize list includes the names of John Thomas (winner of 10 shillings) in Best and Greatest number of choice variety of Apples and Thomas Webb (winner of 5 shillings) in Best twelve table Apples in Horticultural Products in the 1848 Provincial Exhibition.
    ImageNewspaper     This prize list includes the names of John Thomas (winner of 10 shillings) in Best and Greatest number of choice variety of Apples and Thomas Webb (winner of 5 shillings) ...
  • Miss Ann Robertson, Upper Canadian Provincial Exhibition, London. The Daily Globe, 20 September 1865 - photocopy newspaper clipping
    ImageNewspaper       This description of objects on exhibition includes Miss Anne Robertson's name in Ladies' Work in the 1865 Provincial Exhibition. Search using the words - Hair Wreath - in this archives to see an example of this type of work.
    ImageNewspaper     This description of objects on exhibition includes Miss Anne Robertson's name in Ladies' Work in the 1865 Provincial Exhibition. Search using the words - Hair Wreath - in this archives ...
  • Mrs. E. Pepper and Miss Annie Robertson, Upper Canadian Provincial Exhibition, London. The Globe, 21 Sept 1865 - photocopy newspaper clipping
    ImageNewspaper       This prize list includes Mrs. Pepper's name in Ladies' Work - Knitting - placing third and Miss Annie Robertson - Best Hair Work - placing second in the 1865 Provincial Exhibition.
    ImageNewspaper     This prize list includes Mrs. Pepper's name in Ladies' Work - Knitting - placing third and Miss Annie Robertson - Best Hair Work - placing second in the 1865 Provincial ...
  • J.O. Stewart, Upper Canadian Provincial Exhibition, Hamilton. "Provincial Exhibition" The Daily Globe, 24 September 1868 - photocopy newspaper clipping
    ImageNewspaper       This prize list includes Mr. Stewart's name in Class 2 - Agricultural Horses - Best 2 years old stallion - placing third in the 1867 Provincial Exhibition.
    ImageNewspaper     This prize list includes Mr. Stewart's name in Class 2 - Agricultural Horses - Best 2 years old stallion - placing third in the 1867 Provincial Exhibition.
  • G. W. Webb, Upper Canadian Provincial Exhibition, London. The Globe, 29 September 1854 - photocopy newspaper clipping
    ImageNewspaper       The second part of the paragraph describes Mr. Webb's entry in the Mechanical Department - Cabinetry in the 1854 Provincial Exhibition.
    ImageNewspaper     The second part of the paragraph describes Mr. Webb's entry in the Mechanical Department - Cabinetry in the 1854 Provincial Exhibition.
  • W. C. Irish, Chemical Manufactures and Preparations, Upper Canadian Provincial Exhibition, Kingston. "Provincial Exhibition." The Globe, 27 September 1867 - photocopy newspaper clipping
    ImageNewspaper       The second part of the paragraph describes Mr. Irish's entry in the 1867 Provincial Exhibition.
    ImageNewspaper     The second part of the paragraph describes Mr. Irish's entry in the 1867 Provincial Exhibition.
  • Popular City Recreation Director Dies at 35 - Bob Turner
    ImageNewspaper       Newspaper and date not identified....
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  • Heurter, Annie
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Grimsby Independent, 28 Sep 1950, p. 8. Date of Event: 23 Sept 1950     Mrs. Annie Heurter, wife of the late Florent Heurter, of Winona, died on Saturday at West Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Grimsby, after a short illness. In her 76th year, she was born in England, June 15, 1874, coming to Canada 30 years ago. She had resided on No. 8 highway, at ...
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Grimsby Independent, 28 Sep 1950, p. 8. Date of Event: 23 Sept 1950   Mrs. Annie Heurter, wife of the late Florent Heurter, of Winona, died on Saturday at West Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Grimsby, after a short illness. In her 76th year, she was ...
  • Henry, Arthur P.
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Grimsby Independent, 28 Sep 1950, p. 7. Date of Event: 23 Sept 1950     Arthur P. Henry, of Grimsby, died at his home, 22 Mountain St., Saturday morning, in his 92nd year. He was born at Binbrook on August 14th, 1859, and had farmed in that area until he retired, moving to Grimsby many years ago. He was a member of Trinity United Church. ...
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Grimsby Independent, 28 Sep 1950, p. 7. Date of Event: 23 Sept 1950   Arthur P. Henry, of Grimsby, died at his home, 22 Mountain St., Saturday morning, in his 92nd year. He was born at Binbrook on August 14th, 1859, and had farmed ...
  • Bishop, Roy Hartnell
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Grimsby Independent, 6 Jan 1949, p. 4. Date of Event: 28 Dec 1948     (Globe and Mail) - Prominent city architect, Roy Hartnell Bishop, 61, died Tuesday, December 28, at Sunnybrook Hospital after 3 months' illness. Since 1945 he had been an architect for the Dominion Stores. Mr. Bishop was in charge of a postwar building plan which included the remodelling of the ...
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Grimsby Independent, 6 Jan 1949, p. 4. Date of Event: 28 Dec 1948   (Globe and Mail) - Prominent city architect, Roy Hartnell Bishop, 61, died Tuesday, December 28, at Sunnybrook Hospital after 3 months' illness. Since 1945 he had been an architect for ...
  • Robertson, Teresa Mary (née Wagner)
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Grimsby Independent, 25 Nov 1948, p. 12. Date of Event: Nov 1948     A wide circle of sorrowing relatives and sympathizing friends will learn with regret of the passing last week in St. Catharines, of Teresa Mary, widow of Thomas K. Robertson. Born in Peel, Ont., 86 years ago, the late Mrs. Robertson had made her home in this city for the past ...
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Grimsby Independent, 25 Nov 1948, p. 12. Date of Event: Nov 1948   A wide circle of sorrowing relatives and sympathizing friends will learn with regret of the passing last week in St. Catharines, of Teresa Mary, widow of Thomas K. Robertson. Born ...
  • Glover, William George
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Grimsby Independent, 22 Apr 1948, p. 12. Date of Event: 15 Apr 1948     William George Glover, proprietor of Glover's Cleaning and Dyeing Works on James Street South, Hamilton, died Thursday evening at his residence, 167 James Street South. He had been ill for 8 months. Born in Bowmanville 77 years ago, he had started the cleaning and dyeing business 22 years ago. He ...
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Grimsby Independent, 22 Apr 1948, p. 12. Date of Event: 15 Apr 1948   William George Glover, proprietor of Glover's Cleaning and Dyeing Works on James Street South, Hamilton, died Thursday evening at his residence, 167 James Street South. He had been ill for ...
  • Bak, John
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Grimsby Independent, 16 Oct 1947, p. 7. Date of Event: 12 Oct 1947     Many friends throughout the district will learn with regret of the passing of John, beloved husband of Nellie Novak Bak, R.R. 1, Niagara-on-the-Lake. The death occurred at the St. Catharines General Hospital on Sunday afternoon following a brief illness. Born in Poland 65 years ago, the late Mr. ...
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Grimsby Independent, 16 Oct 1947, p. 7. Date of Event: 12 Oct 1947   Many friends throughout the district will learn with regret of the passing of John, beloved husband of Nellie Novak Bak, R.R. 1, Niagara-on-the-Lake. The death occurred at the St. Catharines ...
  • House, Catherine (née Johnson)
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Grimsby Independent, 16 Oct 1947, p. 7. Date of Event: Oct 1947     After a short illness, Mrs. Austin E. House, the former Catherine Johnson, died at her residence, 14 John street, Grimsby, in her 81st year. She had been a resident of Grimsby practically all her life, and was a member of the United Church. Surviving besides her husband, are three sons, ...
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Grimsby Independent, 16 Oct 1947, p. 7. Date of Event: Oct 1947   After a short illness, Mrs. Austin E. House, the former Catherine Johnson, died at her residence, 14 John street, Grimsby, in her 81st year. She had been a resident of ...
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