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Description: Various births, deaths, marriages and probate of Steven Rogers will, etc.

Date: January 18 1900

Newspaper published in: Newmarket

Morrison- In East Gwillimbury on the 16th inst., to Mr. and Mrs C.K Morrison- a daughter

Hulse- At Sobomberg, on the 4th inst., the wife of Mr. R.J Hulse of a son

Hammett- In Franklin on January 8th to Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hammett a son

Marritt- At Keswick on the 12th inst., to Mr. and Mrs. Wm Marritt- a daughter

Foot- In Pine Orchard on the 12th inst. Mary Elizabeth daughter of John H. and Jessie Foot aged 8 weeks

Gibney- In Holt, on Wednesday January 3rd Joseph youngest son of Mr. Jas. A. Gibney- aged 1 year

Mann- In North Gwillimbury on the 14th inst., Mrs. Caleb Mann aged 71 years

Mortimer- Near Bradford on Jan 15th Eliza wife of Peter Mortimer formerly of East Gwillimbury aged 67 years

Cane- Servant girl wanted, Apply to Mr. J.E Cane, Prospect Avenue


Leek-Moorhead- At the residence of the bride's parents Maplehurst, Mount Albert, on January 10 by the Rev. C. H. Hainer of Stouffville, Kathleen only daughter of James Moorhead Esq., to John A. Leek of Headford

Draper- Card of Thanks- In our sad bereavement I desire to express our sincere thanks to our many friends for their kind assistance through the short illness and death of my daughter; also for assistance in the funeral arrangements- Stephen Draper, Keswick

Rogers- The will of Steven Rogers, farmer of King Township has been filed for probate in the Surrogate Court an disposes of an estate of $ 7881 of which $7000 is in real estate. It directs the executors- Joseph Rogers- Farmer and A.B Davidson- Public School Inspector- to sell the property and divide the proceeds among the family as follows- Mrs. Rogers $1000, Henry Rogers- $800, James Rogers $100, Walter Rogers- $100, William Rogers- $100, Edwin Rogers- $800, Elizabeth Rogers- $800, Alma Rogers $600, Margaret Irwin-Grand daughter $500. The balance goes to the widow Mrs. Rogers

Submitted: 02/05/05

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