Etc. -- Mr. and Mrs. John Lindabury's 1921 Diamond Wedding Anniversary
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A transcription of a page 1 article in the 15 Sep 1921 issue of Simcoe Reformer.

Sixty years married, Mr. and Mrs. John Lindabury celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary at the home of their son Seymour E. Lindabury, 225 Norfolk Street south, last Monday.

Eleven guests all relatives and most of them lineal descendants, sat down to a sumptuous dinner in honor of the occasion, after which the children presented their parents with a heavy purse of gold to honor the occasion and show the esteem in which Mr. and Mrs. Lindabury are held.

Mr. and Mrs. Lindabury were born near Welland, but for 32 years they have lived in Simcoe. Previously, Mr. Lindabury was storekeeper and postmaster at Windham Centre for 13 years. Mr. Lindabury is 85 years old, and his wife 79.

They have 18 lineal descendants, of whom five are children: S. E. Lindabury of Simcoe, 
W. H. Lindabury of Detroit, Ross of Toronto, 
Mrs. Henry Stauffer of Bright, and 
Mrs. Allan Wentbrook of Long Branch.

The grandchildren number eight. They are: 
Guy C. Robertson of Toronto, 
Stanley Lindabury and Howard Lindabury of Toronto, Douglas Lindabury of Simcoe, 
Mrs. (Dr.) A. W. [Lescohier] of Detroit, 
Harold Westbrook of South Porcupine, and 
Muriel and Ross Westbrook of Long Branch.

There are five great-grandchildren: 
Ralph and Donald Lescohier of Detroit, 
Elinor and Jack Lindabury of Toronto, and 
Donald Westbrook of South Porcupine.

The day was made the occasion of a family reunion and congratulations were received from friends and relatives from all sections of the province.

Although unable to be present at the re-union, Mr. Guy C. Robertson, a grandson, sent the following letter:

[Compiler's Comment: letter from 152 Mavely Street, Toronto, not transcribed] 

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