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  • Brown, John
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 7 Mar 1867, p. 2     Fatal Accident.
    Mr. John Brown of Lot 20, 3rd Con Esquesing, was killed on Tuesday afternoon, by his horse running away, and being thrown out of his cutter on a stump, so that his skull was broken. He never rallied, but died early on yesterday morning. Deceased was about 65 ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 7 Mar 1867, p. 2   Fatal Accident.
    Mr. John Brown of Lot 20, 3rd Con Esquesing, was killed on Tuesday afternoon, by his horse running away, and being thrown out of his cutter on a ...
  • Myles, George
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 7 Mar 1867, p. 2     Mr. George Myles an aged and respected resident of Oakville, came to a sudden death on Monday, supposed to be caused by taking arsenic as medicine for rheumatism, from a doctor staying at the Canadian Hotel. Mr. Myles who although over 80, was nevertheless of very active habits, survived but ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 7 Mar 1867, p. 2   Mr. George Myles an aged and respected resident of Oakville, came to a sudden death on Monday, supposed to be caused by taking arsenic as medicine for rheumatism, from a ...
  • Miles, George
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 14 Mar 1867, p. 3     Arrest of "Dr" Perry.
    R. W. Perry the notorious quack, formerly livery-stable keeper in this city, was arrested at Cainsville, three miles this side of Brantford, on Friday evening, in consequence of the verdict of a coroner's jury charging him with the death of George Miles at ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 14 Mar 1867, p. 3   Arrest of "Dr" Perry.
    R. W. Perry the notorious quack, formerly livery-stable keeper in this city, was arrested at Cainsville, three miles this side of Brantford, on Friday evening, in ...
  • Clark, Thomas
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 14 Mar 1867, p. 3     Thomas Clark, well known in Nelson, was killed last week in Walpole, by being caught in the cylinder of his thrashing machine. His head was severed from his body....
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 14 Mar 1867, p. 3   Thomas Clark, well known in Nelson, was killed last week in Walpole, by being caught in the cylinder of his thrashing machine. His head was severed from his body....
  • Higgins, Lucy
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 25 Apr 1867, p. 2     Fatal Accident.
    We regret to announce another fatal accident from a circular saw. Yesterday morning a girl named Lucy Higgins, working at Mr. Hadden's, was caught in the circular saw at his mill near Kilbride by means of her hoops, her leg was instantly cut off and she was ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 25 Apr 1867, p. 2   Fatal Accident.
    We regret to announce another fatal accident from a circular saw. Yesterday morning a girl named Lucy Higgins, working at Mr. Hadden's, was caught in the circular saw ...
  • Doyle, James
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 9 May 1867, p. 2     LOST OVERBOARD. - The Oswego Palladium states that, a man named James Doyle, belonging to Oakville, was lost overboard from the schooner A. Shade, on Thursday last, while on the passage from Bronte to Oswego. The schooner experienced rough weather, and lost ten thousand feet of lumber from her ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 9 May 1867, p. 2   LOST OVERBOARD. - The Oswego Palladium states that, a man named James Doyle, belonging to Oakville, was lost overboard from the schooner A. Shade, on Thursday last, while on the ...
  • Bowman, Alexander
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 13 Jun 1867, p. 3     We regret to learn that a son of Mr. Alexander Bowman, of Galt, son of David Bowman, Esq., of Esquesing, was drowned in the river passing through Galt, by venturing out too far on a beam of the new bridge. His body has not yet been found although the river ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 13 Jun 1867, p. 3   We regret to learn that a son of Mr. Alexander Bowman, of Galt, son of David Bowman, Esq., of Esquesing, was drowned in the river passing through Galt, by venturing ...
  • Smitton, Patrick
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 4 Jul 1867, p. 3     Fatal Accident.
    An accident occurred on the 2nd line Esquesing, near John Elliott's on Wednesday night, 26th of the last month. As Mr. Patrick Smitton of Campbellville was returning from Georgetown, his horse commenced kicking as he was descending a hill. He was unable to ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 4 Jul 1867, p. 3   Fatal Accident.
    An accident occurred on the 2nd line Esquesing, near John Elliott's on Wednesday night, 26th of the last month. As Mr. Patrick Smitton of Campbellville was returning from ...
  • Davis, Joseph
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 1 Aug 1867, p. 3     Death of Judge Davis.
    Joseph Davis, Judge of this County, expired at his residence near Milton, on the morning of the 26th ult., aged 63 years. He has been ailing for some time, having experienced several premonitory symptoms of his desease, softening of the brain, ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 1 Aug 1867, p. 3   Death of Judge Davis.
    Joseph Davis, Judge of this County, expired at his residence near Milton, on the morning of the 26th ult., aged 63 years. He has been ailing ...
  • Downs, James
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 1 Aug 1867, p. 3     A sad accident occurred yesterday to a child of Mr. James Downs' of Trafalgar, aged one year and seven months. - The little boy got his head fastened between the stake and the wheel, and was found dead in this position by his mother....
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 1 Aug 1867, p. 3   A sad accident occurred yesterday to a child of Mr. James Downs' of Trafalgar, aged one year and seven months. - The little boy got his head fastened between the ...
  • Roberts, William
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 5 Sep 1867, p. 2     MAN KILLED. - At an early hour on Friday last Mr. William Moore found the body of a man on the Grand Trunk Railway about a mile west of Acton Station. On enquiry it was found to be the body of William Roberts, in the employ of Mr. W. Hemstreet, ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 5 Sep 1867, p. 2   MAN KILLED. - At an early hour on Friday last Mr. William Moore found the body of a man on the Grand Trunk Railway about a mile west of Acton ...
  • Brett, James
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 17 Oct 1867, p. 2     MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT. - On Monday the 7th inst., an accident occurred at the Malton Station, which we learn since has proved fatal. Just as the train [?] west and moving off, Mr. James Brett went to jump aboard, but, unfortunately, he slipped and fell, when the hind passenger car passed ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 17 Oct 1867, p. 2   MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT. - On Monday the 7th inst., an accident occurred at the Malton Station, which we learn since has proved fatal. Just as the train [?] west and moving ...
  • Henry, Thomas
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 5 Dec 1867, p. 2     SAD CASE OF SUICIDE. - A young man in Streetsville named Thomas Henry, committed suicide on Tuesday last by hanging himself in his bed-room. The body was discovered suspended from a beam in the ceiling by means of a leather strap, and although still warm all available means to restore ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 5 Dec 1867, p. 2   SAD CASE OF SUICIDE. - A young man in Streetsville named Thomas Henry, committed suicide on Tuesday last by hanging himself in his bed-room. The body was discovered suspended from ...
  • Jones, Mr.
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 19 Dec 1867, p. 2     MYSTERIOUS DEATH IN NELSON. - A few days since a wretched couple of itinerants a man and woman, appeared in Nelson, having walked up from the railway track, and went into bivouac in a piece of woods. They started a fire, which attracted the attention of the farmer owning the ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 19 Dec 1867, p. 2   MYSTERIOUS DEATH IN NELSON. - A few days since a wretched couple of itinerants a man and woman, appeared in Nelson, having walked up from the railway track, and went ...
  • Speck, Mary Ann
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 19 Dec 1867, p. 2     On Thursday evening last a poor woman, who was tramping on Dundas Street, was found dead near Mr. William Perkins'. She had called at Mr. Perkins' a few minutes before, and was very civil in her behavior although she had purchased some whiskey at Munn's Corner a short time before. ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 19 Dec 1867, p. 2   On Thursday evening last a poor woman, who was tramping on Dundas Street, was found dead near Mr. William Perkins'. She had called at Mr. Perkins' a few minutes before, ...
  • Coulson, John, Mrs. & Daughter
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 19 Dec 1867, p. 2     A MELANCHOLY EVENT. - A sad occurrence took place in the neighbourhood of Kilbride, on Saturday night, the 14th inst., which was attended with the loss of two lives, and has cast a gloom throughout the locality in which it happened. Mr. James Coulson, farmer, and an old resident of ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 19 Dec 1867, p. 2   A MELANCHOLY EVENT. - A sad occurrence took place in the neighbourhood of Kilbride, on Saturday night, the 14th inst., which was attended with the loss of two lives, and ...
  • Carlton, John
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Georgetown Herald, 7 Mar 1867, p. 1     ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Georgetown Herald, 7 Mar 1867, p. 1   ...
  • John, Catherine, Mrs. (née Brant) (Died)
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 14 Feb 1867, p. 2     Death of a Daughter of Brant.
    The announcement in our paper last week of the death of this estimable Indian lady, Mrs. Catherine John, is deserving of some further notice for she was the only remaining child of the celebrated Brant, the Mohawk chieftan who, with his Indian ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 14 Feb 1867, p. 2   Death of a Daughter of Brant.
    The announcement in our paper last week of the death of this estimable Indian lady, Mrs. Catherine John, is deserving of some further notice ...
  • Caldwell, Roland (Died)
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 21 Mar 1867, p. 2     Obituary.
    We regret to record the sudden demise of Rowland Caldwell, of Nelson, half-brother to John White, Esq, M.P.P. Deceased was ill but a few hours from Erysipolas in the head, when effusion on the brain took place and he expired about midnight on Saturday last. Of a ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 21 Mar 1867, p. 2   Obituary.
    We regret to record the sudden demise of Rowland Caldwell, of Nelson, half-brother to John White, Esq, M.P.P. Deceased was ill but a few hours from Erysipolas in the ...
  • Snell, John Sen. (Died)
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 7 Nov 1867, p. 2     OBITUARY. - Died in Brampton, on Wednesday last, Mr. John Snell, Sen., at the advanced age of 83 years. The deceased gentleman, father of the Messrs. Snells of Edmonton, had been confined to his bed for several weeks prior to his death from the infirmities incidental to old age, and ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Canadian Champion, 7 Nov 1867, p. 2   OBITUARY. - Died in Brampton, on Wednesday last, Mr. John Snell, Sen., at the advanced age of 83 years. The deceased gentleman, father of the Messrs. Snells of Edmonton, had ...
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