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  • Groups: Acton Free Press
  • Decade: 1880-1889
  • Decade: 1880-1889
  • Year:: 1882
  • Year:: 1882
  • Williams, Janie
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 5 Jan 1882, p. 3     SUCCUMBED. - The little daughter of Mr. W. Williams, upon whose throat the operation was performed last week, died on Friday afternoon. The operation greatly relieved her, and it was hoped would be successful in overcoming the disease, but it seems as if both medical and surgical skill are ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 5 Jan 1882, p. 3   SUCCUMBED. - The little daughter of Mr. W. Williams, upon whose throat ...
  • Whidden, James C.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 12 Jan 1882, p. 3     MATRIMONIAL. - We clip the following from the Lincoln Neb. State Journal:- "At the residence of the bride's father, in Otoe county, Neb., Mr. James C. Whidden to Miss Maria Jane Armstrong, Rev. M. F. Platt of Lincoln, officiating. A goodly number of the relatives and neighbors gathered in to ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 12 Jan 1882, p. 3   MATRIMONIAL. - We clip the following from the Lincoln Neb. State Journal:- ...
  • Coutts, J., Mrs. Rev.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 12 Jan 1882, p. 3     NEW SYMPATHY. - In Georgetown the people seemingly endeavor to compensate each other on the loss, by death, of a friend, by the donation of a few paltry dollars. The following interesting item appears in the last issue of the Georgetown Herald:- "On Monday last, upon his return from the ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 12 Jan 1882, p. 3   NEW SYMPATHY. - In Georgetown the people seemingly endeavor to compensate each ...
  • Snyder, Eli
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 19 Jan 1882, p. 3     SILVER WEDDING - One of those happy events, which we are always pleased to chronicle, and which every married couple are not permitted to enjoy, took place on Saturday last, 14th inst. We refer to the celebration of the twenty fifth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Eli ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 19 Jan 1882, p. 3   SILVER WEDDING - One of those happy events, which we are always ...
  • Easterbrook, George
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 26 Jan 1882, p. 3     NASSAGAWEYA ITEM. - Information has just been received that Mr. George Easterbrook, son of Mr. John Easterbrook, post-master, who went to California about 23 years ago, is dead...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 26 Jan 1882, p. 3   NASSAGAWEYA ITEM. - Information has just been received that Mr. George Easterbrook, ...
  • Christie, D. D., Mr.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 2 Feb 1882, p. 3     WEDDING BELLS. - One of those happy events which we are always pleased to record, took place yesterday, in the union in the bonds of matrimony of Mr. D. D. Christie, of the firm of Christie, Henderson & Co., of this village, to Miss Maggie McNair, of Quebec. The ceremony ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 2 Feb 1882, p. 3   WEDDING BELLS. - One of those happy events which we are always ...
  • Thurtell, R. N., Mr.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 2 Feb 1882, p. 3     MATRIMONIAL. - In another column will be found the marriage notice of an old Acton boy, Mr. R. N. Thurtell, of Teeswater, Ont., to Miss Maggie Laidlaw, of Clearwater, Manitoba. We wish the newly pair all the happiness that married life can afford, and trust that although they have already ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 2 Feb 1882, p. 3   MATRIMONIAL. - In another column will be found the marriage notice of ...
  • Moore, Fannie A. (Died)
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 9 Feb 1882, p. 3     OBITUARY. - Scarcely a week passes without the notice in the FREE PRESS of the death of one of more residents of our little town. To-day it is our most painful duty to record the demise of Miss Fannie A. Moore, adopted daughter of Mr. Thos. C. Moore, of this ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 9 Feb 1882, p. 3   OBITUARY. - Scarcely a week passes without the notice in the FREE ...
  • Smith, James T.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 16 Feb 1882, p. 3     WEDDING BELLS. - On Wednesday, 8th inst. Rev. Joseph Unsworth joined in wedlock Mr. James T. Smith, of the G.T.R., and Miss Nellie Barber, daughter of Joseph Barber, Esq., of Georgetown. In connection with the above the members of the Congregational Church presented the bride with a beautiful ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 16 Feb 1882, p. 3   WEDDING BELLS. - On Wednesday, 8th inst. Rev. Joseph Unsworth joined in ...
  • Smith, John Sr., Mrs (Died)
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 16 Feb 1882, p. 3     OBITUARY. - On Friday last the wife of Mr. John Smith, sr., of Erin, and mother of Mr. D. W. Smith, breathed her last, at the ripe old age of 79 years and 11 months. The old lady moved to Erin, with her husband, more than fifty years ago, and ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 16 Feb 1882, p. 3   OBITUARY. - On Friday last the wife of Mr. John Smith, sr., ...
  • Rose, Lawrence (Died)
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 23 Feb 1882, p. 3     MR. LAWRENCE ROSE.- We regret to record the death of Mr. Lawrence Rose, miller, of Georgetown, which took place on Wednesday afternoon 15th inst. The deceased for some weeks previous was prostrated with typhoid fever, and after a long struggle at last succumbed to the complaint. ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 23 Feb 1882, p. 3   MR. LAWRENCE ROSE.- We regret to record the death of Mr. Lawrence ...
  • McNab, Arch (Died)
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 23 Feb 1882, p. 3     MR. ARCH. MCNAB.- On Sunday last our citizens were surprised and grieved by the news of the death of Mr. Arch. McNab, of Eramosa, whose demise took place on Saturday afternoon. The old gentleman was in Acton on Tuesday, and although he had been ailing for some time previous, ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 23 Feb 1882, p. 3   MR. ARCH. MCNAB.- On Sunday last our citizens were surprised and grieved ...
  • Snyder, Jacob (Died)
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 23 Feb 1882, p. 3     Obituary.MR. JACOB SNYDER. - Another old resident in the person of Mr. Jacob Snyder, was called to his rest on Saturday last, after a short illness, at the age of 79 years. Mr. Snyder was born in the township of Gainsborough, Lincoln Co., Ont. on the 20th May, 1803, where ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 23 Feb 1882, p. 3   Obituary.MR. JACOB SNYDER. - Another old resident in the person of Mr. ...
  • Leichman, David
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 23 Feb 1882, p. 3     FUNERAL. - The funeral of Mr. David Leichman, who was accidently killed on Monday took place yesterday. The body was interred in Acton cemetery...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 23 Feb 1882, p. 3   FUNERAL. - The funeral of Mr. David Leichman, who was accidently killed ...
  • Leichman, David
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 23 Feb 1882, p. 2     FATAL ACCIDENT.ANOTHER VICTIM OF INTEM-PERANCE.David Leichman instantly Killed.On Monday evening an accident resulting in the instantaneous death of David Leichman, well known to many of our citizens, occurred on the G.T. Railway about a mile east of Limehouse. ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 23 Feb 1882, p. 2   FATAL ACCIDENT.ANOTHER VICTIM OF INTEM-PERANCE.David Leichman instantly Killed.On Monday evening an accident ...
  • Scott, John
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 16 Mar 1882, p. 2     SAD FATAL ACCIDENT.John Scott Killed on the GrandTrunk Railway.WHISKEY THE CAUSE.A sad fatal accident occurred on the G. T. railway, about half a mile east of this village last night, resulting in the death of Mr. John Scott, a farmer who had lived on lot 24, con. ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 16 Mar 1882, p. 2   SAD FATAL ACCIDENT.John Scott Killed on the GrandTrunk Railway.WHISKEY THE CAUSE.A sad ...
  • Scott, John
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 23 Mar 1882, p. 2     SAD FATAL ACCIDENTAn Esquesing Farmer Killed on the Grand Trunk Railway.A VICTIM OF WHISKEY.[Last Thursday morning after we had gone to press and worked off a large part of the edition, the news of the fatal accident reported below, was received, and as the whole of ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 23 Mar 1882, p. 2   SAD FATAL ACCIDENTAn Esquesing Farmer Killed on the Grand Trunk Railway.A VICTIM ...
  • McDonald, Angus
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 27 Apr 1882, p. 3     ACTON'S CENTENNARIAN GONE. - On Thursday last Mr. Angus McDonald, - Acton's Centennarian - who was visiting his friends at Uxbridge, departed this life at the remarkable age of 105 years and two months. The old gentleman left Acton on the twenty-third of March, in his usual health, and intended ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 27 Apr 1882, p. 3   ACTON'S CENTENNARIAN GONE. - On Thursday last Mr. Angus McDonald, - Acton's ...
  • Burnett, A. R., Mr.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 11 May 1882, p. 3     DIED. - Mr. A. R. Barnett, a promising young journalist, on the staff of the Guelph Mercury, died on Friday, of consumption...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 11 May 1882, p. 3   DIED. - Mr. A. R. Barnett, a promising young journalist, on the ...
  • Switzer, H. M., Mr. (Died)
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 8 Jun 1882, p. 3     OBITUARY. - The friends in this vicinity of Mr. H. M. Switzer, Public School Inspector for the district of Algoma, will be pained to learn that a little over a week ago he was called to his long home. Mr. Switzer was universally respected, and was a gentleman most faithful ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 8 Jun 1882, p. 3   OBITUARY. - The friends in this vicinity of Mr. H. M. Switzer, ...
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