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  • Schofield, Ira P. (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 5 Mar 1862, p. 3     Sad End of a Promising Career. Poor, unfortunate Ira P. Schofield is no more! He died on Monday evening last at half past nine - a victim of strong drink. All our old residents are conversant with the history of this unfortunate man. It is the old story of genius, ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 5 Mar 1862, p. 3   Sad End of a Promising Career. Poor, unfortunate Ira P. Schofield is ...
  • Merritt, W. H., Honorable
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 16 Jul 1862, p. 2     Death of Hon. W. H. Merritt This gentleman, who has been complaining for some time, died on Sunday morning, 6th inst., on board the steamer Champion when he was returning from Montreal to his home in St. Catherines. He has reached that city on his way to the seaboard, ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 16 Jul 1862, p. 2   Death of Hon. W. H. Merritt This gentleman, who has been complaining ...
  • McCay, Mrs.
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 14 Jan 1864, p. 2     To the Editor of the Canadian Champion. Sir, - Having made particular enquiries respecting all the circumstances connected with the death of the late Mrs. McCay, I cannot come to any other conclusion than that the holding of an inquest on her body was wholly uncalled for. I fear that ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 14 Jan 1864, p. 2   To the Editor of the Canadian Champion. Sir, - Having made particular ...
  • Henry, James
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 14 Jan 1864, p. 2     Man frozen to Death in Rockwood. - James Henry, a labouring man residing in or about Rockwood, was found dead on Saturday morning last a few yards from the house of Mr. Simon Grieve. He died from exposure to the cold on New Year's night, while more or less intoxicated. ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 14 Jan 1864, p. 2   Man frozen to Death in Rockwood. - James Henry, a labouring man ...
  • Willson, John H., Col. (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 14 Jan 1864, p. 2     Death of Col. Willson. - Died, at his residence in the township of East Gwillimbury, on Tuesday the 29th ult., Lieutenant Colonel John H. Willson, aged nearly 73 years. Thus has passed away another of the few remaining volunteers of 1812, who valiantly assisted to defend this ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 14 Jan 1864, p. 2   Death of Col. Willson. - Died, at his residence in the township ...
  • Hume, William, Dr. (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 11 Feb 1864, p. 2     The late Dr. Hume. Dr. Hume, so well and so favourably known throughout this County, has paid the last penalty of life - has gone the way of all flesh. He died on Thursday evening last, after but a week's illness. His loss to the County is much felt and ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 11 Feb 1864, p. 2   The late Dr. Hume. Dr. Hume, so well and so favourably known ...
  • Hume, William, Dr. (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 18 Feb 1864, p. 2     The late Dr. Hume. Since our last issue a gentleman who has been long acquainted with the late Dr. Hume, has handed us the following obituary notice, which we gladly give place to in this number:- - "The late William Hume, M.D., was born in the Township of Esquesing, on ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 18 Feb 1864, p. 2   The late Dr. Hume. Since our last issue a gentleman who has ...
  • Campbell, Archibald (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 3 Mar 1864, p. 2     It was our painful duty on Sunday last to pay the last mark of respect and esteem to Archibald Campbell, Esquire, formerly of Argyleshire, Scotland, who died at his late residence, in the township of Nelson, on the 25th ult., in the seventy-fourth year of his age.Mr. Campbell settled in ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 3 Mar 1864, p. 2   It was our painful duty on Sunday last to pay the last ...
  • Mitchell, Richard
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 17 Mar 1864, p. 2     Sudden Death. On Thursday last, while Mr.Richard Mitchell, a much respected and wealthy farmer of the township of Nelson, was in the act of butchering a pig, he was accidently bitten by it on the thumb of his left hand. So small and apparently so trifling was the wound, that ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 17 Mar 1864, p. 2   Sudden Death. On Thursday last, while Mr.Richard Mitchell, a much respected and ...
  • Campbell, James (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 17 Mar 1864, p. 2     OBITUARY. - We record with deep regret the death of Mr. James Campbell, of Esquesing, who died on Sunday, the 6th inst., of typhoid pneumonia, at the age of 67 years. He was a native of Breadalbane, Perthshire, Scotland, and came to Canada in the year 1819. He was of ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 17 Mar 1864, p. 2   OBITUARY. - We record with deep regret the death of Mr. James ...
  • Gallop, Eli
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 17 Mar 1864, p. 2     Daughter
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 17 Mar 1864, p. 2   Daughter
  • Martin, George
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 31 Mar 1864, p. 2     SUDDEN DEATH. - On Wednesday, 16th inst., Mr. George Martin, of Hillburg, while engaged at his usual work in the flouring mill of George Worts, Esq., of that village, was suddenly seized with a violent pain in the bowels. He was conveyed home and, though medical aid was called in, ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 31 Mar 1864, p. 2   SUDDEN DEATH. - On Wednesday, 16th inst., Mr. George Martin, of Hillburg, ...
  • Mooney, Joseph
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 31 Mar 1864, p. 2     Tragedy in Seaforth.We have gleaned the main particulars of a terrible tragedy that took place in Seaforth, on Tuesday evening last, which are as follows:- On that day a lumberman named Cartman, with several of his companions, entered Dawney's hotel, Seaforth, with a view to ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 31 Mar 1864, p. 2   Tragedy in Seaforth.We have gleaned the main particulars of a terrible tragedy ...
  • Thompson, John
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 7 Apr 1864, p. 2     FATAL ACCIDENT. - From the Owen Sound Times we learn the particulars of a sad accident which occurred in the south-east part of Artemesia on the evening of Monday, 14th March. Two young men, named John Thompson and Treadgold, were out hunting, had tracked some racoons into an hollow tree, ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 7 Apr 1864, p. 2   FATAL ACCIDENT. - From the Owen Sound Times we learn the particulars ...
  • Scott, James
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 5 May 1864, p. 2     DROWNED. - A child named James Scott, about two and a half years old, son of Mr. James Scott, Bronte Mills, was drowned in Bronte Creek, on the morning of Tuesday last, and the body has not been found, after the most diligent search. It is believed to have floated ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 5 May 1864, p. 2   DROWNED. - A child named James Scott, about two and a half ...
  • Vallick, Isaac
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 5 May 1864, p. 2     SUDDEN DEATH. - We learn that a man by the name of Isaac Vallick, residing on the 5th line Nelson, died suddenly, in a fit, on Saturday last. Mr. Vallick, it appears has been slightly subject to fits for a length of time, and more especially, if was in trouble. ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 5 May 1864, p. 2   SUDDEN DEATH. - We learn that a man by the name of ...
  • Martin, Thomas
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 12 May 1864, p. 2     We learn from G. T. Bastedo, Esq., County Crown Attorney, that a man by the name of Thomas Martin, convicted at the Assizes in this County in Sept., 1861, for "False pretences," died on the 9th May, inst., in the Provincial Penitentiary at Kingston, where he was undergoing sentence for ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 12 May 1864, p. 2   We learn from G. T. Bastedo, Esq., County Crown Attorney, that a ...
  • Fuller, Leroy
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 12 May 1864, p. 2     Three Childlren Burned to Death. On Tuesday morning last, about half-past three, the dwelling house occupied by Mr. Leroy Fuller, on the road from Beachville to Embro, on that portion known as the Governor's road, about one and a quarter miles from Beachville, was totally ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 12 May 1864, p. 2   Three Childlren Burned to Death. On Tuesday morning last, about half-past three, ...
  • Bowes, J. G.
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 26 May 1864, p. 2     Ex-Mayor
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 26 May 1864, p. 2   Ex-Mayor
  • Barnes, Seth
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 26 May 1864, p. 2     Trial of an Editor for MurderThe Owen Sound Advertiser of Friday last, contains an account of the trial of Mr. S. L. M. Luke, Editor of the Durham Standard, for murder. Mr. Henry Macpherson appeared for the Crown, and Mr. R. A. Harrison, of Toronto, for the prisoner. From ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 26 May 1864, p. 2   Trial of an Editor for MurderThe Owen Sound Advertiser of Friday last, ...
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