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Newspaper: Charles Nesworthy
Newspaper: Charles Nesworthy
Charles Nesworthy appeared in Shields Daily Gazette, Tuesday 31 October 1882, charged with begging.
 
302
Newspaper: Claims notice for William Best
Newspaper: Claims notice for William Best
 
303
Newspaper: Marriage of Thomas Davey to Louise Carline
Newspaper: Marriage of Thomas Davey to Louise Carline
Published in Exeter and Plymouth Gazette on Friday 31 March 1871
 
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Newspaper: The Beaver Herald
Newspaper: The Beaver Herald
Showing ownership by Maude O. Thomas. "Daves added Maude O. Thomas as associate editor on August 9, 1900. Two years later, on February 1, 1902, Thomas bought the paper from Daves. The Herald finally obtained a measure of stability under Thomas’ tenure. Over the next 21 years, the Herald would double its size from four to eight pages. In July 1923, Thomas concluded her career as the longest running editor and sold the paper to A. L. Kimball, owner of the Herald's competitor the Democrat".
 
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Norsworthy visit, 1909
Norsworthy visit, 1909
Newspaper clipping reporting on the return of James Norsworthy and his daughter, Nellie, to Ingersoll in April 1909.
 
306
Norsworthy-Paulin Company
Norsworthy-Paulin Company
An article was published in the Los Angeles Herald, 17 June 1908, regarding this company located in Ocean Park, California.
 
307
Norsworthy: Mid winter fair
Norsworthy: Mid winter fair
W.G. Norsworthy and his daughter, Lillian, attended the fair in Jacksonville, Florida, 1908
 
308
Oakland, California Directory, 1912
Oakland, California Directory, 1912
 
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Obituary of George A. Hall
Obituary of George A. Hall
 
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Obituary of George Jeckell
Obituary of George Jeckell
 
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Obituary of Lorena Moffatt
Obituary of Lorena Moffatt
 
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Obituary: Ida Gould
Obituary: Ida Gould
 
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Obituary: James C. Norsworthy
Obituary: James C. Norsworthy
Complete obit can be seen here
 
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Obituary: James Stancombe
Obituary: James Stancombe
 
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Obituary: William Linden
Obituary: William Linden
 
316
Passenger list: Finberg
Passenger list: Finberg
Joseph and Sarah Finberg travelling from Bermuda to New York in 1913.
 
317
Passenger list: Jack and Dollie Best
Passenger list: Jack and Dollie Best
Jack and his wife, Dolly appeared on the passenger list for the Mauretania, Cunard Steam Ship Company, Line, which departed 18 October 1960 from Southampton, bound for New York. Jack BEST, born 16 May 1901, married, retired; and Dolly BEST, born 1 March 1902, married, housewife. They both had been staying at 64, Fisher St., Paignton, Devon, and both carried U.S. passports and lived in that country.
 
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Passenger list: Jack Best
Passenger list: Jack Best
He appeared on the passenger list for the Antonia, Cunard Line, which departed 5 April 1923, bound for Halifax and New York. Jack BEST departed Southampton on 6 April 1923 destined for New York, U.S.A. He was age 21, a draughtsman, last living at "Woodville", Mannamead Ave., Plymouth. He intended to make permanent residence in the U.S.A.
 
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Passenger list: Smitham
Passenger list: Smitham
Emma, and four children, travelled on the S. S. City of Paris, arrived in New York on 15 May 1871.
 
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Paulin family, 1913
Paulin family, 1913
The family appeared on a passenger list for the S. S. Imperator which departed from Southhampton and arrived in New York on 6 August 1913. Frederick C. PAULIN, age 51 yrs., 1 mos., U.S. citizen, naturalized in Cook Co., Illinois, married; Mary PAULIN, age 56 yrs., 8 mos.; Ollie M. PAULIN, age 23 yrs., 7 mos., single; George W. PAULIN, age 22 yrs., 4 mos., single. All residing in Los Angeles, California.
 
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Pedlar Certificate
Pedlar Certificate
In pursuance of the Pedlar's Acts 1871 and 1881, I certify that Margaret NESSWORTHY of ? East ? St., No. Shields, of the County Borough of Tynemouth, in the County of Northumberland, aged 46 Years, is hereby authorized to act as a Pedlar within any part of ?. Description of the above named: Height 5 ft. 3; Hair Black; Eyes Dark; Nose ?; Complexion Dark; Figure ?; Scar on rt. cheek. Certified this 20th day of July 1914. Signed J. H. Huish, Chief Constable of the Borough of Tynemouth.
 
322
Pension application: Coombe
Pension application: Coombe
Effie Coombe's name as widow of Elijah on a Civil War pension index.
 
323
Peter Yabsley married Mary Bulley
Peter Yabsley married Mary Bulley
 
324
Philip Sampson, Photographer.
Philip Sampson, Photographer.
Listing in a Kelly's Directory for St. Blazey. Between 1880 and 1885, Philip was recorded as a "photographer" on his children's baptisms.
 
325
Postcard
Postcard
Written by Hannah Brehaut to Mrs. James Brooks (Charlotte Machon), on 2 January 1909, wishing them a Happy New Year, asking to be remembered to Charlotte's father, and saying all was well.
 
326
Poster: Norsworthy
Poster: Norsworthy
Benefit for Mrs. Norsworthy after the death of her husband.
 
327
Probate: Frank Burnett Dick
Probate: Frank Burnett Dick
 
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Probate: William Osburn Carline
Probate: William Osburn Carline
 
329
Railway records: George Harvey Roberts
Railway records: George Harvey Roberts
George Harvey ROBERTS, Apprentice, born 24 July 1898, entered into service on 18 August 1913, rate of pay on entering 10d. Great Western Railway.
 
330
Remembrance Book: Peace Tower, Ottawa
Remembrance Book: Peace Tower, Ottawa
Commemoration of Major Edward Cuthbert Norsworthy in the Remembrance Book for 1915.
 
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Samuel James Bazley
Samuel James Bazley
Merchant Navy Service
 
332
Samuel Norsworthy
Samuel Norsworthy
His name appears on the ledger of Fred Heimbecker's grain business in Hanover, Ontario, for 2 August 1886; this is only one of many.
 
333
Sheain: Birth Record
Sheain: Birth Record
Mary Berniece Sheain was born in Maine, U.S.A.
 
334
Signature: Elizabeth Farley, nee Griffiths in 1911 census
Signature: Elizabeth Farley, nee Griffiths in 1911 census
 
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Signature: Louisa E. Arthur, nee Yelland, in 1911
Signature: Louisa E. Arthur, nee Yelland, in 1911
 
336
Signature: William Joslin in 1911 census
Signature: William Joslin in 1911 census
 
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Signatures: James Collins and Daniel J. Collins
Signatures: James Collins and Daniel J. Collins
Signatures found in an 1864 school texbook for Upper Canada. Inside cover signed on 19 April 1865 by James Collins, of Huntingdon, followed by Daniel Collins in a child like handwriting. The owner of this book, who purchased it at an old farm estate sale near Belleville, Ontario, would like to give it to a descendant of this Collins line. Please contact Anne Brooks for referral to owner.
 
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Sinking of brig, Auspicious, 1863.
Sinking of brig, Auspicious, 1863.
Newspaper report of the sinking of the brig, Auspicious, on which Ephraim Meech might have been aboard.
 
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SMITHAM
SMITHAM
James Smitham and his wife Mary travelled on the City of Paris from Liverpool to New York, arriving on 9 July 1883. This must have been a trip home as they were living in Pennsylvania in the 1880 census.
 
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Stanley Counter Norsworthy: President of Montreal General Hospital
Stanley Counter Norsworthy: President of Montreal General Hospital
In 1949, as president of the Montreal General Hospital, Stanley was instrumental in the establishment of the women's auxillary for the hospital.

Source: The General: A History of the Montreal General Hospital
 
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Undertaker's Report of Death: Mary Ann Northcott
Undertaker's Report of Death: Mary Ann Northcott
 
342
Will: William Best
Will: William Best
Published in Western Morning News, 1 July 1931.
 
343
Will:Joseph Finberg
Will:Joseph Finberg
Published in The Lewiston Daily Sun, 24 August, 1945
 
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Wonnacott
Wonnacott
Death notice for Isaac Wonnacott
 

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