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Item 16933 - McKinstry, Jack obituary

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CA BWGPL VS-1900-16933

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McKinstry, Jack obituary

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  • 1955-01-26 (Creation)

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Bradford Witness

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Event Date : Monday, January 17, 1955
Event Type : Death
Municipality : Dearborn, Michigan

Description : "A message has been received by Mr. B. B. Collings informing of the death of Jack McKinstry of Dearborn, Michigan, on Monday, January 17. Mr. McKinstry was born in Bradford in 1899, attended Bradford public and high schools, where he established an enviable reputation in athletics as a runner. He, with the late Job Morris and Norman Spence, enlisted and went overseas in the first Great War with Major Stoddart. He returned from war to Bradford, then went to Detroit where he had since been with the Ford Motor Company. He had been in poor health for about two months before his death. Mr. McKinstry was predeceased by his wife. A son and a daughter in Dearborn, Michigan, survive him."

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The Bradford Witness
Wednesday, January 26, 1955
Vol. 90, No. 4
Page 7
Microfilm Reel # 79

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