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  • Media Types: Newspapers
  • Media Types: Newspapers
  • Item types:: Clippings
  • Decade: 1900-1909
  • Year:: 1903
  • Burkholder, George
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 1 Jan 1903, p. 2     ...1903...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 1 Jan 1903, p. 2   ...1903...
  • Lundy, James
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 8 Jan 1903, p. 3     ...1903...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 8 Jan 1903, p. 3   ...1903...
  • Quintin, T.
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 8 Jan 1903, p. 2     ...1903...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 8 Jan 1903, p. 2   ...1903...
  • Thompson, Joseph
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 15 Jan 1903, p. 4     ...1903...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 15 Jan 1903, p. 4   ...1903...
  • Brown, Frank
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 15 Jan 1903, p. 3     ...1903...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 15 Jan 1903, p. 3   ...1903...
  • Bennett, John Sr., Mrs. (née Johnston)
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 15 Jan 1903, p. 3     BALLINAFAD. There was laid at rest last week in the cemetery at Georgetown last week the remains of one who was for years an esteemed resident of this locality, Mrs. John Bennett, sr. Mrs. Bennett departed this life at the Bennett House, Georgetown, on New Year's Eve after a ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 15 Jan 1903, p. 3   BALLINAFAD. There was laid at rest last week in the cemetery at ...
  • Quinn, Russell
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 22 Jan 1903, p. 3     ...1903...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 22 Jan 1903, p. 3   ...1903...
  • Manson, George, Mrs. (née AlexandrinaMill)
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 22 Jan 1903, p. 3     Fell Asleep - Full of Years. At the ripe old age of 92 years, Alexandrina Mill, relict of George Manson, of Brins, Caithness, Scotland, peacefully passed away on Monday forenoon at the home of her son-in-law, George Douglas, lot 18, con. 1, Esquesing. The old lady had not ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 22 Jan 1903, p. 3   Fell Asleep - Full of Years. At the ripe old age of ...
  • Hilts, Jos. H.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 22 Jan 1903, p. 3     Death of Rev. Jos. H. Hilts. By the death of Rev. Joseph H. Hilts, the Methodist Church loses one of its pioneer ministers. He was born in the township of Clinton, Lincoln, in 1819. As a pioneer minister he travelled all through these parts back in the fifties. His ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 22 Jan 1903, p. 3   Death of Rev. Jos. H. Hilts. By the death of Rev. Joseph ...
  • Mitchell, Willie
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 29 Jan 1903, p. 3     ...1903...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 29 Jan 1903, p. 3   ...1903...
  • Hilts, J. H., Mr.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 29 Jan 1903, p. 3     ... in these scenes are rapidly passing away. ANTIQUARIAN. Acton, January 27th, 1903...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 29 Jan 1903, p. 3   ... in these scenes are rapidly passing away. ANTIQUARIAN. Acton, January 27th, ...
  • Gray, F., Mrs.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 29 Jan 1903, p. 3     CREWSONS CORNERS. The many friends of Mr. W. Y. Gray will regret to learn of the death of his mother Mrs. F. Gray, at her home in Erin Village on Friday evening, after a week's illness. Within the last year Mr. Gray has been called upon to mourn the death ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 29 Jan 1903, p. 3   CREWSONS CORNERS. The many friends of Mr. W. Y. Gray will regret ...
  • Lane, George, Mrs.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 29 Jan 1903, p. 3     Death of Mrs. George Lane. Last Friday Mrs. N. F. Moore, Main Street, was called home suddenly owing to the serious illness of her mother at the homestead, lot 16, Con. 6, Erin. Death ended her sufferings that evening. The funeral was held on Sunday to Coningsby Cemetery. ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 29 Jan 1903, p. 3   Death of Mrs. George Lane. Last Friday Mrs. N. F. Moore, Main ...
  • Grant, Lachlan, Mrs. (née MinnieWright)
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 5 Feb 1903, p. 2     GEORGETOWN. A great sorrow came to the home of our esteemed fellow-citizen Major L. Grant last Thursday, when death took from him his beloved life partner, Minnie Wright. Mrs. Grant had been an invalid for many months and her death was not unexpected. She was a true wife ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 5 Feb 1903, p. 2   GEORGETOWN. A great sorrow came to the home of our esteemed fellow-citizen ...
  • Anderson, William
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 12 Feb 1903, p. 3     ...1903...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 12 Feb 1903, p. 3   ...1903...
  • Lindsay, Ed, Mrs. (McLaughlin)
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 12 Feb 1903, p. 3     ...1903...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 12 Feb 1903, p. 3   ...1903...
  • Stewart, John
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 12 Feb 1903, p. 3     ...1903...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 12 Feb 1903, p. 3   ...1903...
  • Sidney, John
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 19 Feb 1903, p. 3     ...1903...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 19 Feb 1903, p. 3   ...1903...
  • Featherstone, John A.
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 19 Feb 1903, p. 3     ...1903...
    appeared in Canadian Champion, 19 Feb 1903, p. 3   ...1903...
  • Smith, Alex. F
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 19 Feb 1903, p. 3     Sudden Death of Alex. F. Smith. A well-known citizen passed away very suddenly last Saturday morning in the person of Alexander F. Smith, who has lived in his home on Mill St., opposite the Commercial hotel, for many years. Mr. Smith had been suffering from a severe cold but ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 19 Feb 1903, p. 3   Sudden Death of Alex. F. Smith. A well-known citizen passed away very ...
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