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Accident - George Stoddart

"Yesterday afternoon Mr. Geo. Stoddart met with a serious accident. He was working on the new school building at Middleton, and the scaffold on which he was standing at the time gave way precipitating him, and Mr. Fred McKay, to the ground a distance of about 25 feet. Mr. McKay escaped unhurt, while Mr. Stoddart sustained a broken leg at the ankle. The nature of the break is considered to be quite serious, and may mean amputation of the right foot."

Bradford Witness

Barry, Rebecca obituary

Event Date : February 16, 1893
Event Type : Death

Description : Relict of the late J.W. Barry (died October 30, 1891), to whom she had been married over 50 years. Came with her husband to Bradford in 1846, where they remained for the rest of their lives. Mother of seven children: Mr. Wilson B. Scott (of Bradford), Messrs. Robert and H.C. Barry (also of Bradford), Mr. Rich. Scott (of Jefferson, Ohio), J.W. Barry (of New York), Mrs. Murphy (of Innisfil), and Mrs. Park (of Newmarket). Age: 79 years, 11 months, 5 days. Interred at Middleton cemetery.


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EF Campbell and her mother.

Campbell Family

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Edith (Peters) Campbell with her little sister Lillian (Peters) Reade

Campbell Family

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Ruby (Campbell) Rowcliffe, Eileen and Dorothy Bird (foster children).

Campbell Family

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Maggie (Campbell) Ferrier, Bert Ferrier, Jackie Ferrier and baby Isobel.

Campbell Family

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Earl Campbell and parents Edith (Peters) Campbell and John MacDonald Campbell.

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