Contributed by Stephanie
Description: Various newsDate: November 1916
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Corrigan- In Town Nov 18 1916 May, daughter of Jas. Corrigan aged 9 years, 6 months
Close- In Town, Nov 19 1916 Irwin Cecil, son of Geo. Close aged 4 years
Carscadden- At Toronto on Nov 21st 1916 Mrs. Lucinda Carscadden mother of Mrs. (Dr.) Wesley of market in her 82nd year. Funeral on Friday at 2 p.m to Prospect Cemetery from the residence of her daughter Mrs. E. Ward 14 High View Crescent, Toronto.
Suddenly on Monday morning Nov 20th 1916 at her residence 48 Oriole Rd. Toronto. Amelia Scanlon, widow of Mark Scanlon in her 76th year. Funeral to Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Bradford, Ontario
Hoover-Nesbitt- At the Parsonage, Lemonville on Nov 8 by the Rev. Paine, Miss Edith Nesbitt to Mr. Jacob Hoover
Allen-Brandon- At the residence of the bride's parents on Nov 22 1916 by Rev. Chas. Petch, Alonzo Wesley Allen to Miss Annie C. daughter of Mr. Chas. Brandon all of the Township of Whitchurch
Rose-Brady- At the Manse, Sutton on Dec 29th 1915 by Rev. D.A Hamilton, Frank Rose to Mrs. Mary Brady all of North Gwillimbury
Mahood-Carscadden- At the rectory, Blackstock by Rev, J.H Kidd Mr. Garnet Mahood and Miss Helen, daughter of John Carscadden both of Cartwright
Mr. Ben Oldham returned home after spending the summer in the west.
Mrs. Mortson of Siloam spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs. James Smalley
Mr. Willie Pegg and lady friend were guests at Mr. George Grose's on Sunday evening.
Miss Mildren Rose returned home after spending a week with relatives in the city.
Mr. Fred Moorhead has purchased a new buggy. Must be some attraction.
Mr. Robert Lundy of Sandford visited at Mr. Nathan Oldham's and also attended church.
Mrs. heise of Myrtle is visiting her daughters Mrs. Carl Moorhead.
Mr. Smalley of Sandford made his usual trip on Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Wm. Allan and Miss Myrtle Allan took a flying trip to Newmarket Saturday.
A large attendance at S.S on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Paisley the Whitchurch S.S President addresses the school and was much appreciated by all.
Rev. T.W Leggett gave a very interesting sermon to a large and interested audience. Everyone welcome.
The Grenville Euchre club met at the home of Mr. T. Mc Mullen last Friday night. The winners were Miss Veda Doan and Mr. Ross Black.
Mr. W. Webb and Mr. Walter Proctor accompanied by their lady friends visited at the home of Mr. J. Morning.
Miss Veda Doan visited at the home of Misses Amy and Annie Rogers last Sunday.
Mr. Preston Mills has purchased the farm on the corner of Yonge Street.
Mr. Verne Martin representing a photo engraving from Paris, ON, was calling on old friends in town last Friday while on a business trip. He is a son of Mr. G.E Martin formerly of this town and has joined the benedicts