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  • Strange, Emma
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Dec 1886, p. 3     Rockwood News.
    From our own Correspondent.
    Miss Emma Strange is to be married today to D. Johnson, of Ruse & Co., Toronto....
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Dec 1886, p. 3   Rockwood News.
    From our own Correspondent.
    Miss Emma Strange is to be married today to D. Johnson, of Ruse & Co., Toronto....
  • Johnson, D., Mr.
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Dec 1886, p. 3     Rockwood News.
    From our own Correspondent.
    Miss Emma Strange is to be married today to D. Johnson, of Ruse & Co., Toronto....
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Dec 1886, p. 3   Rockwood News.
    From our own Correspondent.
    Miss Emma Strange is to be married today to D. Johnson, of Ruse & Co., Toronto....
  • Day, Robert
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Dec 1886, p. 3     Rockwood News.
    From our own Correspondent.
    Mr. Robert Day succumbed a victim of the typhoid fever epidemic last week....
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Dec 1886, p. 3   Rockwood News.
    From our own Correspondent.
    Mr. Robert Day succumbed a victim of the typhoid fever epidemic last week....
  • Tassie, W., L.L.B.
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 2 Dec 1886, p. 3     - The death is announced at Peterboro' of W. Tassie, LL.B., Principal of the Collegiate Institute, and uncle of Mrs. S. A. Secord, of this place. His demise is greatly regretted, as he was a mose useful man....
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 2 Dec 1886, p. 3   - The death is announced at Peterboro' of W. Tassie, LL.B., Principal of the Collegiate Institute, and uncle of Mrs. S. A. Secord, of this place. His demise is greatly ...
  • Coleman, John S.
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 2 Dec 1886, p. 2     Erin Free Pressings.
    From our own Correspondent.
    One of Erin's bachelor farmers, of whom this township contains quite a number, entered the ranks of the benedicts last week. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Coleman will kindly accept the congratulations of your correspondent....
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 2 Dec 1886, p. 2   Erin Free Pressings.
    From our own Correspondent.
    One of Erin's bachelor farmers, of whom this township contains quite a number, entered the ranks of the benedicts last week. Mr. and Mrs. John ...
  • Moore, Fanny
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 11 Nov 1886, p. 3     Miss Fanny Moore of Eramosa, was the young lady united in matrimony to Mr. John Brown, of Esquesing, last Wednesday evening, and not Miss Martha Moore as stated in these columns. We hope soon, however, to have the pleasure of announcing a similar event in which Miss Martha will be ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 11 Nov 1886, p. 3   Miss Fanny Moore of Eramosa, was the young lady united in matrimony to Mr. John Brown, of Esquesing, last Wednesday evening, and not Miss Martha Moore as stated in these ...
  • Thurston, P.
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 21 Oct 1886, p. 3     Only Gone Before.
    On Friday last the remains of Mr. P. Thurston were intered in Fairview Cemetery. For several years Mr. Thurston has been an invalid, a victim of consumption, and slowly but surely it continued its fatal work until death ended his sufferings. He was a man of ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 21 Oct 1886, p. 3   Only Gone Before.
    On Friday last the remains of Mr. P. Thurston were intered in Fairview Cemetery. For several years Mr. Thurston has been an invalid, a victim of consumption, and ...
  • Switzer, H. M., Major
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 21 Oct 1886, p. 3     Death of a Prominent Haltonian.
    On Monday Major H. M. Switzer, of Palermo, died at his home after an illness of some length. He was well known and highly respected in Halton and adjoining counties, and was a successful business man. The Major was born in Co. Limerick, ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 21 Oct 1886, p. 3   Death of a Prominent Haltonian.
    On Monday Major H. M. Switzer, of Palermo, died at his home after an illness of some length. He was well known and highly respected in ...
  • Forster, Mr.
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Sep 1886, p. 3     -A son of Mr. Forster, of Glenwilliams, was killed by a gun bursting and part of it striking him in the abdomen last week....
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Sep 1886, p. 3   -A son of Mr. Forster, of Glenwilliams, was killed by a gun bursting and part of it striking him in the abdomen last week....
  • Agnew, James
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Sep 1886, p. 3     The Young as Well as the Old.
    On Tuesday morning, James, the second son of Mr. Robert Agnew, of the Dominion Hotel, about 19 years of age, died after a month of severe suffering. He never had a strong constitution and when disease laid hold upon him - notwithstanding the ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Sep 1886, p. 3   The Young as Well as the Old.
    On Tuesday morning, James, the second son of Mr. Robert Agnew, of the Dominion Hotel, about 19 years of age, died after a month ...
  • Hill, Alex. Sr.
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Sep 1886, p. 2     Rockwood News.
    From our own Correspondent.
    The funeral of Alex. Hill, sr., which took place on Sunday afternoon from his son James' residence to Everton Cemetery, was largely attended by his numerous friends and neighbors. Deceased was one of the first settlers in this ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Sep 1886, p. 2   Rockwood News.
    From our own Correspondent.
    The funeral of Alex. Hill, sr., which took place on Sunday afternoon from his son James' residence to Everton Cemetery, was largely attended by his numerous ...
  • Campbell, Geo.
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 26 Aug 1886, p. 3     Run Over by a Train.
    Geo. Campbell, of Campbell Cross, aged about sixty, had his left leg cut off at the knee last Saturday morning at Brampton. He was crossing the track to take the train for the city, and was struck by the west bound train, with the result stated. ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 26 Aug 1886, p. 3   Run Over by a Train.
    Geo. Campbell, of Campbell Cross, aged about sixty, had his left leg cut off at the knee last Saturday morning at Brampton. He was crossing the ...
  • Beatty, Anderson
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 12 Aug 1886, p. 3     Drowning Accident.
    We are sorry to have to record the death by drowning of one of our citizens, Mr. Anderson Beatty, which occurred on Sunday last in the lower part of the county. It appears from the very meagre reports received that Mr. Beatty went in bathing in the sixteen ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 12 Aug 1886, p. 3   Drowning Accident.
    We are sorry to have to record the death by drowning of one of our citizens, Mr. Anderson Beatty, which occurred on Sunday last in the lower part of ...
  • McEvery, W.
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 5 Aug 1886, p. 3     Sudden Death of an Old Resident.
    On Sunday morning, Mr. Wm. McEvery, of Lot 31, Con.7, Esquesing, near Ballinafad, about five miles from Acton, died very suddenly at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. John McLean. He was feeling very unwell on Saturday morning and drove over ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 5 Aug 1886, p. 3   Sudden Death of an Old Resident.
    On Sunday morning, Mr. Wm. McEvery, of Lot 31, Con.7, Esquesing, near Ballinafad, about five miles from Acton, died very suddenly at the residence of ...
  • Duncan, William, J. P.
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 29 Jul 1886, p. 3     - Last week Mr. William Duncan, J.P., for sixty years a resident of West York, died and was buried in Toronto. He was an uncle to Mr. Thomas Duncan, grocer, of this place. He settled on the farm on which he died in 1826, and was one of the most ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 29 Jul 1886, p. 3   - Last week Mr. William Duncan, J.P., for sixty years a resident of West York, died and was buried in Toronto. He was an uncle to Mr. Thomas Duncan, grocer, ...
  • Osmond, Harry
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 29 Jul 1886, p. 2     DROWNED IN A TUB.
    Harry Osmond Takes His Own Life During
    a fit of Mental Aberration.

    On Monday afternoon a death occurred at the Dominion Kilns of the Toronto Lime Company, about a mile below Acton, on the G.T.R., under very peculiar circumstances. About four o'clock in ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 29 Jul 1886, p. 2   DROWNED IN A TUB.
    Harry Osmond Takes His Own Life During
    a fit of Mental Aberration.

    On Monday afternoon a death occurred at the Dominion Kilns of the Toronto Lime Company, about a ...
  • Sutton, Charles
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 8 Jul 1886, p. 3     - Charles Sutton, a retired machinist, resident in Guelph, committed suicide last Monday evening by shooting himself in the head with a revolver. Sutton was a severe sufferer from a painful and incurable disease....
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 8 Jul 1886, p. 3   - Charles Sutton, a retired machinist, resident in Guelph, committed suicide last Monday evening by shooting himself in the head with a revolver. Sutton was a severe sufferer from a ...
  • Shortreed, Thomas
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 1 Jul 1886, p. 3     Death of a Former Halton Man.
    On Wednesday last an accident occurred in the stone works of Messrs. Shortreed and Laidlaw, Toronto, which resulted in the instantaneous death of Mr. Thomas Shortreed, for many years a resident of this County. Mr. Shortreed was superintending the ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 1 Jul 1886, p. 3   Death of a Former Halton Man.
    On Wednesday last an accident occurred in the stone works of Messrs. Shortreed and Laidlaw, Toronto, which resulted in the instantaneous death of Mr. Thomas ...
  • Hambidge, James
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 1 Jul 1886, p. 3     Fatal Accident.
    On Wednesday James Hambidge, a carpenter, of Everton, was instantly killed by falling from a barn. He was just completing the erection of a barn for Robert Hamilton, near Farrish's mill, Rockwood, and before leaving was putting in a window in the roof, when by ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 1 Jul 1886, p. 3   Fatal Accident.
    On Wednesday James Hambidge, a carpenter, of Everton, was instantly killed by falling from a barn. He was just completing the erection of a barn for Robert Hamilton, near ...
  • Lundy, Chas.
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 24 Jun 1886, p. 3     Rockwood News.
    From our own Correspondent.
    We have the sad task this week of relating the death by diphtheria of Chas. Lundy, the son of Mr. T. Lundy, blacksmith. The little fellow suffered extremely until death claimed him about noon yesterday. The sadness that pervades ...
    Genealogical ResourceNewspaper  appeared in Acton Free Press, 24 Jun 1886, p. 3   Rockwood News.
    From our own Correspondent.
    We have the sad task this week of relating the death by diphtheria of Chas. Lundy, the son of Mr. T. Lundy, blacksmith. The little fellow ...
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