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  • Contributors: Halton Hills Public Library
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  • Groups: Acton Free Press
  • Decade: 1890-1899
  • Decade: 1890-1899
  • Acres, John
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 11 Dec 1890, p. 2     BURIED BY A CAVE-IN.CREDIT FORKS, Dec. 6. - Last night about 6 o'clock a fatal accident occurred on the works of the Credit Forks Quarry Company, about two miles below here. A number of men were engaged in stripping a high gravel bank from a bed of stone, when without ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 11 Dec 1890, p. 2   BURIED BY A CAVE-IN.CREDIT FORKS, Dec. 6. - Last night about 6 ...
  • Adams, Ezra
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 14 Mar 1895, p. 3     Death of Ezra Adams.For many years Ezra Adams was a familiar and respected resident of this community. A few years ago he removed to Drayton to reside with his nephews there. He died in that village on Thursday, 28th February. The Advocate refers to the event and the surroundings as ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 14 Mar 1895, p. 3   Death of Ezra Adams.For many years Ezra Adams was a familiar and ...
  • Adams, William H.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 8 Jul 1897, p. 3     Fatal Accident to a Former Resident.Last Thursday, William H. Adams, son of W. E. Adams, of Drayton, for some time a resident of Acton, met with an accident which resulted in his death a few hours after. He has been breaking on a Michigan road between Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 8 Jul 1897, p. 3   Fatal Accident to a Former Resident.Last Thursday, William H. Adams, son of ...
  • Adams, Wm. H.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 15 Jul 1897, p. 3     The Fatal Railway Frog.The following particulars respecting the death of Mr. Wm. H. Adams, on July 1st, referred to in the last issue of the FREE PRESS, are taken from the Detroit Free Press. On Thursday morning, July 1st, about 7 o'clock Wm. H. Adams, a Grand Rapids & Indiana ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 15 Jul 1897, p. 3   The Fatal Railway Frog.The following particulars respecting the death of Mr. Wm. ...
  • Adamson, Jonathan
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 11 Sep 1890, p. 3     KNATCHBULL.DEATH. - Last Tuesday evening about four o'clock Mr. Jonathan Adamson passed away. The funeral took place on Thursday afternoon at two o'clock, a large concourse of relatives and friends followed the remains to the Ebenezer cemetery, Rev. Mr. Colwell conducted the ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 11 Sep 1890, p. 3   KNATCHBULL.DEATH. - Last Tuesday evening about four o'clock Mr. Jonathan Adamson passed ...
  • Agnew, Thomas
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 2 Mar 1899, p. 3     TWO ESTEEMED CITIZENS GONE.James E. Cobban Died on FridayMorning and Thomas Agnewon Saturday.On Saturday morning after a long period of illness, death ended the sufferings of Mr. Thomas Agnew, boot and shoe merchant. Mr. Agnew had been a familiar figure in ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 2 Mar 1899, p. 3   TWO ESTEEMED CITIZENS GONE.James E. Cobban Died on FridayMorning and Thomas Agnewon ...
  • Aitken, James
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 1 Nov 1894, p. 3     Death of a Well-Known Farmer.The news of the death of Mr. James Aitken, of lot 7, Con. 2, Erin, on Sunday morning, was received with much regret by all who knew him. He had been afflicted with cancer for some time which rapidly developed during the past five or six ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 1 Nov 1894, p. 3   Death of a Well-Known Farmer.The news of the death of Mr. James ...
  • Akins, Robert, Mrs. (née DinahWatson)
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 2 Mar 1899, p. 2     NASSAGAWEYA.Brief reference was made in the FREE PRESS two weeks ago to the death at her home in Nassagaweya, on Feb. 12th, of Dinah Watson, wife of Robert Akins, who for 40 years has been among us. She by her Christian graces and kindly disposition won the love and respect ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 2 Mar 1899, p. 2   NASSAGAWEYA.Brief reference was made in the FREE PRESS two weeks ago to ...
  • Akins, Robert, Mrs. (née Watson)
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 16 Feb 1899, p. 2     NASSAGAWEYA.The home of Mr. Robert Akins was thrown into the saddest grief owing to the death on Sunday morning of Mrs. Akins after less than a week's illness. This sudden removal of the wife and mother is keenly felt and loving hearts mourn their loss. Mr. and Mrs. Akins ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 16 Feb 1899, p. 2   NASSAGAWEYA.The home of Mr. Robert Akins was thrown into the saddest grief ...
  • Alderson, William
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 27 Feb 1890, p. 3     MILTON. Mr. Wm. Alderson died last week of heart disease as he was sitting in an armchair. His heart had been affected for some time; but the attack from which he died was sudden and unexpected. Mr. Alderson was an old and respected resident of Halton. He farmed for many ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 27 Feb 1890, p. 3   MILTON. Mr. Wm. Alderson died last week of heart disease as he ...
  • Alexandra, Chas., Mrs.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 13 Nov 1890, p. 3     Sad Death in Erin.The death of Mrs. Chas. Alexandra, of the township of Moore, Lambton Co., daughter of the late George Martin, Erin, which occurred last week while on a visit to her mother, was a circumstance of great sadness. For several weeks her sufferings were intense, but she bore ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 13 Nov 1890, p. 3   Sad Death in Erin.The death of Mrs. Chas. Alexandra, of the township ...
  • Allan, David
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 25 Dec 1895, p. 3     A Guelph Pioneer Dead.One who was perhaps the most striking figure in Guelph's early history passed away from the scene of his labors at noon last Wednesday in the person of Mr. David Allan. With his father, the late William Allan, deceased settled in Guelph in 1832. Mr. Allan sr., ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 25 Dec 1895, p. 3   A Guelph Pioneer Dead.One who was perhaps the most striking figure in ...
  • Allan, John, Esq.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 22 Jun 1899, p. 3     The Late John Allan, Esq.The continued residence in a community for nearly half a century renders a man familiar to a large circle of friends and neighbors. Since 1856 the late John Allan, of Erin, whose remains were interred in Fairview Cemetery, Acton, last Thursday, made his home on the ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 22 Jun 1899, p. 3   The Late John Allan, Esq.The continued residence in a community for nearly ...
  • Allan, John, Mrs.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 26 Feb 1891, p. 3     Death of Mrs. John Allan.Last Saturday morning there died at her home lot 7, con. 3, Erin, the wife of Mr. John Allan, an old settler in that township. Mrs. Allan had reached the age of nearly seventy-four years. She was well-known in Acton, and was the mother of Mrs. ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 26 Feb 1891, p. 3   Death of Mrs. John Allan.Last Saturday morning there died at her home ...
  • Allan, Joseph
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 2 Feb 1899, p. 3     The Late Joseph Allan, Erin.An early resident of this section died last Wednesday in the person of Joseph Allan, who has been a familiar figure in Acton and vicinity for over half a century. Mr. Allan was a native of the County Tyrone, Ireland, and when but a lad came ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 2 Feb 1899, p. 3   The Late Joseph Allan, Erin.An early resident of this section died last ...
  • Allan, Joseph Sr., Mrs.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 16 Jul 1896, p. 3     CREWSON'S CORNERS.Mrs. Jos. Allen, sr., of the second line, Erin, who was so seriously injured by a fall which she received a week or so ago, passed away on Monday morning...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 16 Jul 1896, p. 3   CREWSON'S CORNERS.Mrs. Jos. Allen, sr., of the second line, Erin, who was ...
  • Allison, John
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 1 Jul 1897, p. 2     NASSAGAWEYA.Another of Nassagaweya's old residents has passed away in the person of Mr. John Allison, who died at his son's residence, Moffat, on Sunday, 20th June, aged 87 years, 10 months. Mr. Allison was preceded to the better land by his wife some twelve weeks, so he did ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 1 Jul 1897, p. 2   NASSAGAWEYA.Another of Nassagaweya's old residents has passed away in the person of ...
  • Allison, John, Mrs.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 8 Apr 1897, p. 2     NASSAGAWEYA.The funeral of Mrs. John Allison took place on Wednesday of last week from her husband's residence to the Moffat burying grounds. The Rev. Mr. Amy preached the funeral sermon and officiated at the burial service. The pall bearers were Warden Hutcheon and Messrs. ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 8 Apr 1897, p. 2   NASSAGAWEYA.The funeral of Mrs. John Allison took place on Wednesday of last ...
  • Anderson, Benjamin
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Jul 1891, p. 3     Death of Mr. Benjamin Anderson.After many weeks of suffering Mr. Benjamin Anderson died at his home on Mill street on Monday morning. Mr. Anderson had reached the allotted age of three-score and ten and had lived a useful and upright life. He was born of Scotch parents in Tyrone, Ireland, ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Jul 1891, p. 3   Death of Mr. Benjamin Anderson.After many weeks of suffering Mr. Benjamin Anderson ...
  • Anderson, Geo., Mrs.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 20 Oct 1892, p. 3     KNATCHBULL.The funeral of Mrs. Geo. Anderson took place on Friday, October 7th, from the residence of her son, Mr. John Anderson, near Knatchbull, to the Presbyterian cemetery at Sodom. Mrs. Anderson leaves a family of five sons and three daughters to mourn her loss. She ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 20 Oct 1892, p. 3   KNATCHBULL.The funeral of Mrs. Geo. Anderson took place on Friday, October 7th, ...
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