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  • Canadian Legion busy preparing veterans' census
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 31 Mar 1931, p. 11, column 5     Unique roster of ex-servicemen of North Oxford to be used in membership drive; census currently being taken in Woodstock...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 31 Mar 1931, p. 11, column 5   Unique roster of ex-servicemen of North Oxford to be used in membership ...
  • Questions and Answers - Laura Secord
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 26 Mar 1931, p. 4, column 1     Question and Answer gives account of Secord's heroic role in War of 1812...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 26 Mar 1931, p. 4, column 1   Question and Answer gives account of Secord's heroic role in War of ...
  • Plan endowment fund to maintain old churchyard
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 25 Mar 1931, p. 4, column 2     The establishment of an endowment fund is announced; proceeds to fund perpetual care of cemetery...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 25 Mar 1931, p. 4, column 2   The establishment of an endowment fund is announced; proceeds to fund perpetual ...
  • London Judge was educated at old college
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 17 Mar 1931, p. 1, column 3     Judge Wearing, filling in for Judge Wallace, spoke to court about his early days and his education here at Woodstock College where his brother became principal...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 17 Mar 1931, p. 1, column 3   Judge Wearing, filling in for Judge Wallace, spoke to court about his ...
  • Lilac bushes at "The Gables" transplanted in new location
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 16 Mar 1931, p. 1, column 5     Local businessman plans to add sunroom to his home; necessitates moving large full-grown lilac bushes...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 16 Mar 1931, p. 1, column 5   Local businessman plans to add sunroom to his home; necessitates moving large ...
  • Man who built old opera house called by death
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 16 Mar 1931, p. 1, column 2     Former prominent Woodstock figure dies at North Bay; connected with the James Hay Company; city alderman from 1889 - 1892; built the Woodstock Opera House...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 16 Mar 1931, p. 1, column 2   Former prominent Woodstock figure dies at North Bay; connected with the James ...
  • English society thrived in early days of Woodstock
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 13 Mar 1931, p. 1, column 6     Morris spoke to meeting of Oxford Historical Society about the early days of Woodstock beginning 1832 and the plans to restore the cemetery at Old St. Paul's...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 13 Mar 1931, p. 1, column 6   Morris spoke to meeting of Oxford Historical Society about the early days ...
  • Old papers contain interesting items
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Mar 1931, p. 3, column 6     Papers dated September 1867 from the cornerstone of the church building torn down a few years ago now in possession of McCarty...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Mar 1931, p. 3, column 6   Papers dated September 1867 from the cornerstone of the church building torn ...
  • Historic Churchyard  -  Editorial
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Mar 1931, p. 2, column 2     Account of the history of cemetery in use since 1834, now being restored...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Mar 1931, p. 2, column 2   Account of the history of cemetery in use since 1834, now being ...
  • County historical to hear narrative of Old St. Paul's
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Mar 1931, p. 1, column 6     Morris to speak at the annual meeting about churchyard restoration...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Mar 1931, p. 1, column 6   Morris to speak at the annual meeting about churchyard restoration...
  • Removal of old spruce trees brings forth reminiscences
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Mar 1931, p. 1, column 2     Interesting biographical and historical account of the Fraser-Ross family, the Congregational Church and the house on Light Street...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Mar 1931, p. 1, column 2   Interesting biographical and historical account of the Fraser-Ross family, the Congregational Church ...
  • Twenty-five years ago - March 3, 1906
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Mar 1931, p. 2, column 3     A quilt with 200 names embroidered in silk was auctioned off for $10; made by the ladies of the Foreign Mission Society...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Mar 1931, p. 2, column 3   A quilt with 200 names embroidered in silk was auctioned off for ...
  • Recognized sound of sleigh bells after many years
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 19 Feb 1931, p. 1, column 1     While curling at Embro, participants heard familiar bells once belonging to Judge Finkle, now in Sanders' possession...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 19 Feb 1931, p. 1, column 1   While curling at Embro, participants heard familiar bells once belonging to Judge ...
  • Pocket diary found in ruins tells of Port's early days
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 5 Feb 1931, p. 1, column 5     General store ruins contain 1857 diary; article includes the names of prominent citizens of Port Burwell...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 5 Feb 1931, p. 1, column 5   General store ruins contain 1857 diary; article includes the names of prominent ...
  • Former Woodstock resident was pioneer of Bruce County
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 28 Jan 1931, p. 1, column 2     Article describes Mr. Pierson's move to Bruce County with oxen to open up the area...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 28 Jan 1931, p. 1, column 2   Article describes Mr. Pierson's move to Bruce County with oxen to open ...
  • Old St. Paul's early cemetery to be restored
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 20 Jan 1931, p. 1, column 3     Committee appointed at the annual meeting to have the historical graveyard restored...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 20 Jan 1931, p. 1, column 3   Committee appointed at the annual meeting to have the historical graveyard restored...
  • Old horse pistol (City & District)
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 13 Jan 1931, p. 5, column 1     A display of antiques at the new rec. hall included a double-barreled horse pistol brought to Canada in 1790; made in 1750 in England...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 13 Jan 1931, p. 5, column 1   A display of antiques at the new rec. hall included a double-barreled ...
  • Mrs. Ann McKay lives in Zorra nearly century
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Jan 1931, p. 1, column 4     Daughter of early pioneers was born in bush near Embro 99 years ago; biography of early settlers to that area...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Jan 1931, p. 1, column 4   Daughter of early pioneers was born in bush near Embro 99 years ...
  • Display of old weapons contains rare specimens
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1931, p. 1, column 2     Collection of antiques and firearms on display at the new Recreation Hall owned by Lewis of Woodstock...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1931, p. 1, column 2   Collection of antiques and firearms on display at the new Recreation Hall ...
  • Pioneer Ontario refinery was a Woodstock industry
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 12 Dec 1930, p. 2, column 4     In 1862, Spencer built a refinery in Woodstock where crude oil was refined for lamp oil...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 12 Dec 1930, p. 2, column 4   In 1862, Spencer built a refinery in Woodstock where crude oil was ...
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