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  • Cornelia, Countess (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 5 Mar 1862, p. 2     ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 5 Mar 1862, p. 2   ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Chalmers, Geo. Canning (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 30 Jun 1864, p. 2     DIED. At the residence of Mrs. Dr. Bell, Waterdown, on the 24th instant, of apoplexy, GEO. CANNING CHALMERS, Esq. The deceased gentleman was a cousin of Mr. Justice Adam Wilson, of Toronto, a nephew of M. O'Reilly, Esq., Q.C., of Hamilton, and the only son of the late George ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 30 Jun 1864, p. 2   DIED. At the residence of Mrs. Dr. Bell, Waterdown, on the 24th ...
  • Jacques, John (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 11 Aug 1864, p. 2     Death of John Jacques. The following notice of the death of Mr. J. Jacques we clip from the Hamilton "Times": We are called upon with deep regret to announce the death of Mr. John Jacques, who so lately was connected with this paper. Mr. Jacques had been ailing for about ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 11 Aug 1864, p. 2   Death of John Jacques. The following notice of the death of Mr. ...
  • Jacques, John (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 11 Aug 1864, p. 2     Death of Mr. John Jacques It is with much regret we announce the death of Mr. John Jacques, who, as our readers will remember, was editor and proprietor of the "Halton Journal," formerly published in this town. Mr. Jacques departed this life on the 5th inst., in the ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 11 Aug 1864, p. 2   Death of Mr. John Jacques It is with much regret we announce ...
  • M'Ferran, Mary Ann (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 1 Sep 1864, p. 2     Obituary.MARY ANN M'FERRAN. The subject of the following notice deceased at her father's residence, in Nelson, August 17th, 1864, aged 31 years. She died of that fatal scourge, pulmonic consumption. In her last sickness, which extended over a period of eight months, ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 1 Sep 1864, p. 2   Obituary.MARY ANN M'FERRAN. The subject of the following notice deceased at her ...
  • MacAulay, Andrew James, Rev. (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 13 Oct 1864, p. 4     Obituary. THE REV. A. J. MACAULAY. The Rev. Andrew James MacAulay was bown in Ballybrick, Rathfriland, county Down, Ireland, Jan. ll, 1817. His education for the Gospel ministry, excepting one session in Edinburgh, was obtained in Belfast. He was ordained a missionary ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 13 Oct 1864, p. 4   Obituary. THE REV. A. J. MACAULAY. The Rev. Andrew James MacAulay was ...
  • Laidlaw, Alexander R., Dr. (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 9 Feb 1865, p. 2     Obituary.Death has taken from amongst us another highly esteemed and worthy member of society in the midst of a life of much public usefulness. At nine o'clock on the night of Friday the 3rd inst., Dr. Alexander R. Laidlaw breathed his last, at his residence in this town - ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 9 Feb 1865, p. 2   Obituary.Death has taken from amongst us another highly esteemed and worthy member ...
  • Brain, John Sr. (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 22 Jun 1865, p. 3     Obituary. Died at his residence in the township of Esquesing, on Sunday the 18th of June 1865, Mr. John Brain Sen'r, Brewer, aged 70 years, sincerely regretted by his many friends and neighbors. Deceased was a native of Gloucestershire England, emigrated to the city of New ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 22 Jun 1865, p. 3   Obituary. Died at his residence in the township of Esquesing, on Sunday ...
  • Cline, Amanda (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 6 Jul 1865, p. 2     Obituary. The subject of this sketch, Amanda Cline, was the only surviving daughther of Hiram Cline. At the early age of 15 years she died suddenly of diphtheria. She had been suffering about two weeks and her friends were deeming her out of danger, when the swift messenger ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 6 Jul 1865, p. 2   Obituary. The subject of this sketch, Amanda Cline, was the only surviving ...
  • Clarke, Samuel (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 31 Aug 1865, p. 3     OBITUARY. - Mr. Samuel Clarke, aged 21 years, and third son of Samuel Clarke, Esq., J.P., met his death at Grand Rapids Michigan, U.S., by a stroke of lightning on the 9th inst. it appears that he was in company with two acquaintances, proceeding to visit some friends in the ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 31 Aug 1865, p. 3   OBITUARY. - Mr. Samuel Clarke, aged 21 years, and third son of ...
  • Bowbeer, Mary Jane (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 7 Sep 1865, p. 2     TrafalgarOBITUARY. - The subject of this memorium, Miss Mary Jane Bowbeer, daughter of W. S. Bowbeer, Esq., was born in the Township of Trafalgar, in the County of Halton, February 26th, 1844.In early life Miss Bowbeer became deeply interested about divine things, and in ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 7 Sep 1865, p. 2   TrafalgarOBITUARY. - The subject of this memorium, Miss Mary Jane Bowbeer, daughter ...
  • Bastedo, Gilbert (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 14 Sep 1865, p. 1     One of the Fathers. We condense the following from the 'Presbyterian Record' of September:The late Mr. Gilbert Bastedo, who fell asleep in Jesus, at his residence in Nelson, Halton County, C.W. on the 8th February, 1865, was born at Schenecetady, when New York was a British ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 14 Sep 1865, p. 1   One of the Fathers. We condense the following from the 'Presbyterian Record' ...
  • Smith, Lockwood (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 21 Sep 1865, p. 2     PalermoEPILEPSY. - We regret to learn that Mr. Lockwood Smith, residing near Palermo, came to his death from a severe epileptic fit, in which he bit his tongue so severely that the congulated blood therefrom entering his lungs caused his death. It appears that he had been ...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 21 Sep 1865, p. 2   PalermoEPILEPSY. - We regret to learn that Mr. Lockwood Smith, residing near ...
  • Panton, Wm. (Died)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 12 Oct 1865, p. 2     Magistrate
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 12 Oct 1865, p. 2   Magistrate
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