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  • Mystery fire figure died
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 22 May 1941, p. 1,8     David Williams Passes at Reservation from Infection Following Burns - Had Disappeared. Another chapter in the mysterious fire which gutted the barns and shed of J.W. Nelles, Nelles Side Road, in the early morning of May 4, was conducted yesterday at the Ohsweken Indian Reserve when Davis[sic] ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 22 May 1941, p. 1,8   David Williams Passes at Reservation from Infection Following Burns - Had Disappeared. Another chapter in the mysterious fire which gutted the barns and shed of J.W. Nelles, Nelles Side Road, ...
  • Little Baby Burned to Death in Crib
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 9 Sep 1948, p. 1,5     The burned and charred body of two and a half year old Kenneth Austin was found in the crib in which he met his death, following a flash fire that raced through the three room dwelling on the M.S. Nelles property last Friday afternoon. The child, youngest son of Mr. ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 9 Sep 1948, p. 1,5   The burned and charred body of two and a half year old Kenneth Austin was found in the crib in which he met his death, following a flash fire that ...
  • Mike Kola Meets His Death in Shack Fire
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 6 Sep 1951, p. 1,5     One man died, and another was rushed to West Lincoln Memorial Hospital suffering from burns on Friday night, when fire completely destroyed a two-room shack on the property of J. Byers, North Grimsby Township. Dead is Michael Kola, aged about 58, known in this area as "Red Mike". He had ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 6 Sep 1951, p. 1,5   One man died, and another was rushed to West Lincoln Memorial Hospital suffering from burns on Friday night, when fire completely destroyed a two-room shack on the property of J. ...
  • 50 Years Ago
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 5 Apr 1945, p. 1     Just 50 years ago this morning - April 5, 1895 - at three o'clock, all Grimsby was aroused by the clanging of the fire alarm. The Carpenter Basket Factory was ablaze. It burned to the ground and was never rebuilt. It was the first factory in Canada to manufacture fruit ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 5 Apr 1945, p. 1   Just 50 years ago this morning - April 5, 1895 - at three o'clock, all Grimsby was aroused by the clanging of the fire alarm. The Carpenter Basket Factory was ...
  • Inquiry into death of woman
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 25 Dec 1929, p. 8     Newspaper located at Grimsby Historical Society Archives....
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 25 Dec 1929, p. 8   Newspaper located at Grimsby Historical Society Archives....
  • District soldier dies in holocaust
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 17 Dec 1942, p. 5     The disastrous dance hall fire in St. John's Newfoundland on Saturday night claimed the life of at least one Grimsby district soldier. Pte. E.H. Dybol, Brickyard Sideroad, was killed in the holocaust, according to a wire received by his parents from the Militia Department. His remains were ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 17 Dec 1942, p. 5   The disastrous dance hall fire in St. John's Newfoundland on Saturday night claimed the life of at least one Grimsby district soldier. Pte. E.H. Dybol, Brickyard Sideroad, was killed in ...
  • Fire Marshall Investigates Mysterious Township Fire
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 25 Mar 1943, p. 1     Two fires discovered burning at one time - barn completely destroyed - blaze in basement of house made slow headway - Old Alway farm - all window and doors in house were closed - no one around place when motorist discovers conflagration. A the request of Fire Chief Alf. LePage, ...
    NewspaperText  Grimsby Independent, 25 Mar 1943, p. 1   Two fires discovered burning at one time - barn completely destroyed - blaze in basement of house made slow headway - Old Alway farm - all window and doors in ...
  • Dundalk Items
    Newspaper  Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 22 Oct 1880, p. 2     Column 1...
    Newspaper  Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 22 Oct 1880, p. 2   Column 1...
  • Big Blaze at Owen Sound.: Nine Business Houses Burned
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 20 Jul 1882     No.58, Pg.2, Col.2 ...
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 20 Jul 1882   No.58, Pg.2, Col.2 ...
  • Fire at Dundalk
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 19 Apr 1883     No.97, Pg.3, Col.5...
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 19 Apr 1883   No.97, Pg.3, Col.5...
  • [Private home destroyed by fire]
    Newspaper  Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 21 Jan 1881, p. 3     issue 19, col. 1...
    Newspaper  Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), 21 Jan 1881, p. 3   issue 19, col. 1...
  • Cochrane's Foundry Destroyed
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 20 Mar 1884, p. 1     no.144, pg.1, col.4; Durham...
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 20 Mar 1884, p. 1   no.144, pg.1, col.4; Durham...
  • Destructive Fire
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 27 Mar 1884, p. 5     no.145, pg.5, col.2...
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 27 Mar 1884, p. 5   no.145, pg.5, col.2...
  • Fire. Durham Road, Glenelg
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 29 May 1884, p. 5     no.154, pg.5, col.1...
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 29 May 1884, p. 5   no.154, pg.5, col.1...
  • Fire in Priceville. Watson & Sons’ Carriage, Blacksmith, and Undertaking Shops Destroyed.  Loss about $3,000
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 5 Jun 1884, p. 5     No.155, pg.5, col.2...
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 5 Jun 1884, p. 5   No.155, pg.5, col.2...
  • Fire in Priceville
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 17 Jul 1884, p. 5     no.161, pg.5, col.4...
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 17 Jul 1884, p. 5   no.161, pg.5, col.4...
  • Fire at Eugenia
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 28 Aug 1884, p. 1     no.167, pg.1, col.5...
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 28 Aug 1884, p. 1   no.167, pg.1, col.5...
  • Flesherton Sensation. The First Fire in Fifteen Years. -Efficient Work of the Fire Engine
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 30 Apr 1885, p. 1     no.202, pg.1, col.4,5...
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 30 Apr 1885, p. 1   no.202, pg.1, col.4,5...
  • Eugenia Fire
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 21 May 1885, p. 5     no.205, pg.5, col.3...
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 21 May 1885, p. 5   no.205, pg.5, col.3...
  • Another Fire [Eugenia]
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 21 May 1885, p. 5     no.205, pg.5, col.3...
    Newspaper  Flesherton Advance, 21 May 1885, p. 5   no.205, pg.5, col.3...
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