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  • High-tech good to Ball brothers [Where are they now?]
    Chronicle-Journal, 13 Mar 2001, A3     Biography - Ball, Michael ; Biography - Ball, Bradley ; photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 13 Mar 2001, A3   Biography - Ball, Michael ; Biography - Ball, Bradley ; photo
  • Little Leo Makes Five
    Chronicle-Journal, 20 Jun 1975     arrival of Leo Bannon ; made a great great grandmother of Mrs. May Bannon ; baby Leo son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bannon of Mission Road ; family matriarch has lived all her life in the city ; parents settled here from England ; father one of original employees ...
    Chronicle-Journal, 20 Jun 1975   arrival of Leo Bannon ; made a great great grandmother of Mrs. ...
  • Was Ceremonial Chief At Many Functions
    Chronicle-Journal, 5 Apr 1973     Adrew (Andy) Bannon of Fort William Mission died ; born in Heron Bay ; brought to Fort William when he was three ; married Helen McCoy in 1917 ; member St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church ; employed with City Board of Parks and Recreation for 30 years ; boat housekeeper ...
    Chronicle-Journal, 5 Apr 1973   Adrew (Andy) Bannon of Fort William Mission died ; born in Heron ...
  • Family Celebrating 69 Years In Canada
    Chronicle-Journal, 24 May 1975     Helen Anderson (nee Barbini) ; 69th anniversary of her immigration to Canada ; father had immigratd in 1904 from Venice ; made home in East End ; Papa Barbini worked as bricklayer ; Fred Barbini Limited, masonry ; best known for her work with Ladies Auxiliary to the Ortona Legion ...
    Chronicle-Journal, 24 May 1975   Helen Anderson (nee Barbini) ; 69th anniversary of her immigration to Canada ...
  • Daughter Of P.A.'s First Mayor Mrs. Norah Marks Barnet Dies
    Port Arthur News Chronicle, 5 Mar 1965     widow of J. G. Barnet ; died March 1 in Toronto ; daughter of Thomas Marks, prominent pioneer ; received education at Miss Dupont's School in Toronto ; avid horse woman ; actively supported Red Cross ; resided in Renfrew, Vancouver, Victoria and Toronto
    Port Arthur News Chronicle, 5 Mar 1965   widow of J. G. Barnet ; died March 1 in Toronto ; ...
  • Cliff Back, Still Keen
    Port Arthur News Chronicle, 27 Jul 1957     Cliff Barton ; Port Arthur's Centennial celebrations ; Allan Cup ; first return in 3 years ; Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan
    Port Arthur News Chronicle, 27 Jul 1957   Cliff Barton ; Port Arthur's Centennial celebrations ; Allan Cup ; first ...
  • Longtime City Resident, Mrs. Althea Dobie Dies
    Chronicle-Journal, 28 Feb 1974     prominent in church and community affairs ; age 89 ; born in St. Thomas, Ont. ; came to Port Arthur in 1908 ; member St. Paul's United Church, choir ; played part in formation of Lydian Ladies Choir ; active in the Canadian Club ; past president of the Ladies' ...
    Chronicle-Journal, 28 Feb 1974   prominent in church and community affairs ; age 89 ; born in ...
  • Gertrude Dyke Dies At Age 96
    Chronicle-Journal, 13 May 1985     Gertrude Hazel Dyke ; daughter of Thomas and Ada Woodside ; born in Port Arthur ; married to John A. Dyke, lawyer ; active in Wesley United Church ; taught Sunday school for over 50 years ; first lady elder of Wesley United ; life member of church executive ; ...
    Chronicle-Journal, 13 May 1985   Gertrude Hazel Dyke ; daughter of Thomas and Ada Woodside ; born ...
  • 'Hec' Ede (aka George the Porter) Dead At 77
    Times - News (Thunder Bay), 28 Feb 1981     Santa's helper ; George the Porter ; Hector L. Ede ; came to Canada from England ; first job with CPR freight offices ; during war worked on warships at Canadian Car ; postal carrier in 1928 until retirement in 1968 ; member of Fort William Male Choir ; best ...
    Times - News (Thunder Bay), 28 Feb 1981   Santa's helper ; George the Porter ; Hector L. Ede ; came ...
  • "George The Porter" Brought Cheer To Many
    Port Arthur News Chronicle, 27 May 1970     Santa Claus's right hand man ; entertained for over 33 years ; daily radio broadcasts during November, December ; member of Male double octet, forerunner of Fort William Male Choir ; Hec Ede
    Port Arthur News Chronicle, 27 May 1970   Santa Claus's right hand man ; entertained for over 33 years ; ...
  • Well-Known City Woman Dies At 92
    Chronicle-Journal, 29 Oct 1973     Mrs. Anna Belle Hurdon ; of Dawson Court ; came to Port Arthur in 1902 ; married to Nicholas Dyer Hurdon ; active member of Trinity United Church ; life member of Trinity United Church Missionary Society ; life member of Port Arthur Ladies' Curling Club ; predeceased by husband ...
    Chronicle-Journal, 29 Oct 1973   Mrs. Anna Belle Hurdon ; of Dawson Court ; came to Port ...
  • Here In 1879
    Port Arthur News Chronicle, 23 Jun 1934     Mrs. John Insley ; photo
    Port Arthur News Chronicle, 23 Jun 1934   Mrs. John Insley ; photo
  • Mrs. EsquibDies At 105, 70 Years In The Wild
    Chronicle-Journal, 6 Feb 1974     Jessie Esquib, Ojibway ; lived more than 70 years in a wigwam in bush ; late of Nipigon ; age may have been closer to 110 or 112 ; birth certificate is dated from baptism and she recalls walking from baptism ; born in bush near Wawa ; one of ...
    Chronicle-Journal, 6 Feb 1974   Jessie Esquib, Ojibway ; lived more than 70 years in a wigwam ...
  • Ex-City Clerk Dies In Hospital
    Chronicle-Journal, 24 Dec 1979     Arthur Evans, 82 ; served as city clerk for Port Arthur for 23 years ; joined city staff in 1927 ; appointed as clerk from 1933 to 1939, then 1946-1963 ; also served in Second World War ; photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 24 Dec 1979   Arthur Evans, 82 ; served as city clerk for Port Arthur for ...
  • Dr. Lorne G. Everett
    Chronicle-Journal, 4 Oct 1975     presented research paper at conference of the World Health Organization ; paper entitled Development of a Methodology to Monitor Groundwater Pollution ; designed to develop groundwater monitoring strategies ; married to Jennifer Hawkins ; attended Fort William Collegiate Institute and Lakehead University ; photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 4 Oct 1975   presented research paper at conference of the World Health Organization ; paper ...
  • Was PUC Employee 25 Years
    Port Arthur News Chronicle, 24 Mar 1962     Tony Gayoski ; died after short illness ; aged 77 ; born 1885 in Ukraine ; migrated to Canada in 1906 first to Montreal, then Fort William ; married Ann Chlirob, later Mrs. Eleanor Chepesiuk ; moved to Port Arthur in 1920 ; took employment with Port Arthur Public Utilities ...
    Port Arthur News Chronicle, 24 Mar 1962   Tony Gayoski ; died after short illness ; aged 77 ; born ...
  • 50th Anniversary
    Chronicle-Journal, 24 Feb 1975     Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bunt ; former Jennie Archer ; open house at Sherwood Hall ; married 1925 in Toronto ; members First Presbyterian ; presented gift of money ; congratulations from Governor-General Jules Leger ; Prime Minister Trudeau ; Premier William Davis ; City of Thunder Bay ; Township ...
    Chronicle-Journal, 24 Feb 1975   Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bunt ; former Jennie Archer ; open house ...
  • John Andrews Is Honored For Varied Contributions
    Chronicle-Journal, 26 Mar 1973     John Andrews, president Northland Machinery ; founded major industry in Thunder Bay ; played a significant role in community affairs ; on Loyal Order of Moose's Citizen of the Year list ; served as president, vice-president of various boards ; honored at Fort William civic awards dinner ; Moose governor ...
    Chronicle-Journal, 26 Mar 1973   John Andrews, president Northland Machinery ; founded major industry in Thunder Bay ...
  • Appointed
    Chronicle-Journal, 19 Jul 1973     George Andrews, appointed director ; general industry statistics branch of Statistics Canada ; graduate of Port Arthur Collegiate ; was lieutenant-colonel in army during world war two ; attended University of Fredericton ; photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 19 Jul 1973   George Andrews, appointed director ; general industry statistics branch of Statistics Canada ...
  • Senior Salute
    Chronicle-Journal, 6 Jun 1988     George Andrew-Cotter ; born 1906 England ; immigrated to Canada in 1913 ; settled in Brandon, Man., before moving here in 1935 ; married Rose Shur in 1929 ; photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 6 Jun 1988   George Andrew-Cotter ; born 1906 England ; immigrated to Canada in 1913 ...
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