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  • Letter of sympathy
        Letter of sympathy from Walter Dymond Gregory, who was a town councilor in 1912, to Mrs. Peter Kelley on the death of her husband.
      Letter of sympathy from Walter Dymond Gregory, who was a town councilor ...
  • Postcard to Peter Kelley, of Oakville, Dec 20th 1881
        From Bell & Sons Reapers & Mowers Memorandum St. George, Dec 20th 1881 Dear Sir, According to instructions from Mr. G. S. Wait the man that was at your place on Saturday last, we have sent you 2 ploughs and 6 Champion Horse Hoes. Will send you an invoice in ...
      From Bell & Sons Reapers & Mowers Memorandum St. George, Dec 20th ...
  • Letter from Jennie Bell to her Mother, Frances Oakley
        Letter from Jennie Bell to her Mother, Frances Oakley, regarding an inheritance. Further information to this part of the family history is unknown but this letter indicates how Frances Oakley had an inheritance which sustained her independent living.
      Letter from Jennie Bell to her Mother, Frances Oakley, regarding an inheritance. ...
  • 1855 Letter from Mary (Buckton) Hardy to Her Sister, Elizabeth (Buckton) Coates
        Mary Buckton and George Hardy married in England, then emigrated to Canada sometime by 1838. (Clarification of the birth place of their eldest daughter, Mary Elizabeth Hardy, is needed. Possibly in England, possibly in Canada as there seem to have been two Mary Hardy children at about the same time. ...
      Mary Buckton and George Hardy married in England, then emigrated to Canada ...
  • Postcard Showing Niagara Falls in the Winter - Back
        Text reads; Mr Robert Smailes No 18 South Craster By Sesbury Northumberland, England. “Dear Robert We are not very far from here, they are going some Sunday mornings. Harry gets some good walks here. Parsha has not found the nugget yet. Hope you are having good weather as we are ...
      Text reads; Mr Robert Smailes No 18 South Craster By Sesbury Northumberland, ...
  • Palermo postcard.  (Main St, Palermo Ont.) - back
        Back of a postcard sent to George Wettlaufer by the Palermo Women's Institute in 1934. The message reads: Dear George, Sorry to hear of your accident, & hope you will soon be all better.
      Back of a postcard sent to George Wettlaufer by the Palermo Women's ...
  • Reading a Letter
        Likely on the Wettlaufer farm.
      Likely on the Wettlaufer farm.
  • Thank-You Card For Attending A Funeral
        Mrs John Paul and daughter Nellie very gratefully acknowledge your kind expressions of sympathy during their recent bereavement. Palermo Ont, January 8th 1930.
      Mrs John Paul and daughter Nellie very gratefully acknowledge your kind expressions ...
  • Post Card to Miss Mary Lea, Hagersville
        Back of card: Addressed to: Miss Mary Lea, Hagersville, Ontario. Message: May 10th, We are wondering how you are, Mary. We haven't been able to come down. we drove a little on Tuesday but Granpa has a cold. If you send me a common post card, I will be satisfied ...
      Back of card: Addressed to: Miss Mary Lea, Hagersville, Ontario. Message: May ...
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