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  • Peter Culbertson's Obituary
        This is an obituary for Peter Clinton Culbertson who died on July 23rd 1982.
      This is an obituary for Peter Clinton Culbertson who died on July ...
  • George Maracle's Obituary
        This is an obituary for George O. Maracle, who died on Decemeber 12. He was born on March 21, 1883, and married Emma Pearl Green on September 30, 1908. He had two sons Donald, and David.
      This is an obituary for George O. Maracle, who died on Decemeber ...
  • "Indian Woman's Rights"
        This is a newspaper clipping from July 5, 1985 which tells us that Mary Two-Axe Earley regained her status as a Mohawk after nearly 50 years of having lost it by marrying a “non-Indian”. This is a result of an amendment to the Indian Rights Act which “eliminated discrimination against ...
      This is a newspaper clipping from July 5, 1985 which tells us ...
  • Andrew Scero Obituary
        This is an obituary for Andrew Scero who died on March 9, 1975 in his 95th year.
      This is an obituary for Andrew Scero who died on March 9, ...
  • Stafford Claus' Obituary
        This is an obituary for Stafford Claus who died December 2nd 1971. He was married to Ada Maracle and was father to Marion, Shirley, Grace, Vernon, Leroy, Ivan, Donald and Mitchel.
      This is an obituary for Stafford Claus who died December 2nd 1971. ...
  • J.M. Maracle's Obituary
        This is an obituary for J.M. Maracle who died on May 3rd, 1981.
      This is an obituary for J.M. Maracle who died on May 3rd, ...
  • Mrs. Arthur Hill Obituary
        This is an obituary for Mrs. Arthur Hill who died on April 10th at the age of 56.
      This is an obituary for Mrs. Arthur Hill who died on April ...
  • Dr. Oranhyatekha (Oronhyatekha Obituary)
        “Dr. Oranhyatekha – During the formative years, one of the oustanding Canadians to participate and become the first Medical Referee was Dr. Oranhyatekha, a Past District Master from London, Ontario. Oranyhatekha was a full-blooded Indian born on the Six Nations' Reserve near Brantford. He obtained an early education and was ...
      “Dr. Oranhyatekha – During the formative years, one of the oustanding Canadians ...
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