Innes, A. to H.
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Innes -- Innes & Brander has just received a lot of extra choice coffee, warranted superior to any in the country, ground fresh every day, only 40 per lb [NR18800521p3]

Innes -- Innes & Brander, Grocers, etc., Simcoe, are paying highest price for chickens, ducks and turkeys, delivered dressed and drawn either at their store in Simcoe or at their Freezer in Port Dover [BC18801110p3]

Innes -- Innes & Brander, grocers, Simcoe [ad NR18811231p3]
 
Innes --
"Messrs. Innes, Ellis and Geo. Jackson, school committee on repairs, paid an official visit to the Union School on Saturday last and resolved to make sundry necessary repairs and improvements." [BC18870309]

Innes -- Mrs. Alex. Innes of Port Dover's brother, John Riddell, 78, brother of James Riddell of Port Dover, died 22 Nov 1891 in Edinburgh, Scotland [BC18911216]

Innes -- Alexander Innes wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1869]

Innes -- Alexander Innes, 37, B.A., died 18 Oct 1889 at Port Dover [BC18891023]

Innes -- Alex Innes, 32, single, born 23 Jun 1868 in Ontario, manager, P. Mg. Co.
his widowed mother Hellen, 65, born 24 Jan 1835 in Scotland
his single son [sic] Wm. J., 23, born 10 Jan 1878 in Ontario, [..........]
[1901 Census of Port Dover:1]

Innes -- Mrs. Alexander Innes, 76, died 19 Jun 1905 in Port Dover [SR19050623]

Innes -- Miss Alice Marion Innes, daughter of W. P. Innes, married William Rapley Drynen of Buckingham, Quebec, last evening [28 Sep 1898] in Simcoe [SR18980929p1] [Compiler's Comment: article has more] -- Miss Alice Innes, daughter of Mrs. W. P. Innes of the Canning Co., married Wm. Dryden, formerly of the Bank of Hamilton at Simcoe, Wednesday in Simcoe [WS18981006p9]

Innes -- to wife of Andrew Innes a son 10 Jan 1877 at Port Dover [BC18770117p3]

Innes -- Andrew Innes of Port Dover married Miss Eliza Low of Port Dover, 19 inst. in Port Dover [NR18850305] [Compiler's Comment: marriage date is after date of publication]

Innes -- Andrew Innes, 39, born 7 Apr 1861 in Ontario, [farmer]
his wife Eliza, 33, born 3 Sep 1867 in Onystio
his single daughter Jessie I., 15, born 15 Jan 1896 in Ontario
his single boarder William F. Low, 27, born 10 Oct 1873 in Ontario, mill [work]
[1901 Census of Port Dover:1]

Innes -- Andrew Innes' widow, Ellen, 84, died Mon 23 Sep 1918 in Port Dover [SR19181003p7]

Innes -- Andrew Innes, 64, died 16 Dec 1887 in Port Dover [BC18871227]
-- Andrew Innes 1824-1887 | his wife Ellen Ross 1834-1918 [Port Dover Cemetery stone]

Innes -- Andrew Innes 1863-1932 | his wife Eliza Low 1867-1953 
Jessie Innes, wife of Gilbert M. Lynch 1885-1945 [Port Dover Cemetery stones]

Innes -- Anna Innes married [Ontario Vital Stats 1869
-- Miss Anna M. Innes of Port Dover married Geo. B. Hussey of Port Dover, 30 Oct 1880 in Port Dover [BC18801117p3] -- Miss Anna M. Innes of Port Dover married Geo. B. Hussy of Port Dover, at the Methodist Parsonage [NR18801119p2]

Innes -- Arthur Innes: 
-- see 1919 Simcoe elementary students
-- was a 1920 Simcoe Primary student [SR19200708p3] 
-- attended Simcoe High -- see 1929 Monocle

Innes -- Miss Bertha W. Innes of Port Dover married George E. Culp of Hamilton, 9 Feb 1910 in Port Dover [BC19010216p7]

Innes -- Bessie Innes wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1876]

Innes -- Charles Edward Innes, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Innes, married Miss Ellen Leila, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ransom Hardy Nelles, 18 Apr 1906 in Simcoe [SR19060420] [BC19060425] -- also see her parents' obituaries

Innes -- to wife of Charles E. Innes: 
-- a son 5 Jul 1907 in Simcoe [SR19070712]
-- a daughter 9 Nov 1908 in Simcoe [SR19081112]
-- a son 2 Jul 1910 in Simcoe [BC19100706p4]

Innes -- C. E. Innes: 
-- see 1909 Phone Directory
-- was member of 1913 Simcoe Board of Trade
-- donated to Belgium Relief [SR19141203p1]
-- see Norfolk's 1917 Victory Loan Committee.
-- see Norfolk's 1918 Victory Loan Committee.
-- was council member, 1918 Simcoe Board of Trade.
-- subscribed to 1918 Sailors Fund

Innes -- Mrs. C. E. Innes: 
-- donated to Belgian Relief [SR19141119p1]
-- C. Innes -- see Canners Hockey club
-- see 1916 Items of Local Interest

Innes -- Chas. E. Innes was elected town of Simcoe Councillor [SR19140108p1]

Innes -- Chas. Innes donated to Belgium Relief [SR19141126p1]

Innes -- Charles E. Innes of Simcoe Canning Co. has horses for sale [SR19150114p1]

Innes -- Charles Edward Innes of Simcoe -- see 1915 elections

Innes -- Charles Edward Innes, Major, Adjutant [1916 Norfolk's Own
-- Charles Edward Innes, of Simcoe, Presbyterian, manufacturer and 
farmer, born 22 Mar 1880 in Simcoe, wife: E. Leila, of Simcoe 
-- see a scan of his Officer's Declaration Paper
-- see photo from microfilm
-- see Five Returned Solders
-- see George Plant's 1920 obituary

Innes -- Chas. E. Innes, 283 Union Street, Simcoe [Billet Hosts SR19160601p4] 

Innes -- Major C. E. Innes was vice-president of the Great War Veterans' Association [SR19170628p1]

Innes -- Chas. E. Innes -- see Norfolk's 1919 Victory Loan Committee.

Innes -- C. E. Innes, manufacturer, 282 Union Street, Simcoe 
Lela Innes, 282 Union Street, Simcoe [1919 Voters List]

Innes -- Mrs. Charles E. Innes returned Monday from Toledo, Ohio, where she visited her seriously ill brother, Dr. Howard Nelles [SR19191120p1]

Innes -- Charles E. Innes -- see Photos & Bios

Innes -- Charles E. Innes of Hamilton's son Edward Patrick Innes recently married Marjorie Florence, daughter of Graham Peden of Ottawa [photo caption SR19350912p1]

Innes -- Charles E. Innes died 26 Dec 1937 in Hamilton -- see his obituary
-- also see 1937 Deaths

Innes -- Charles Edward Innes, born 22 Mar 1880, died 26 Dec 1937 [Oakwood Cemetery stone]

Innes -- Charles O. Innes, Block 1 Lot 3, Delhi [1919 Voters List]

Innes -- Charles William Ranson Innes, infant son of Chas. E. Innes, died 10 Jul 1907 in Simcoe [SR19070712]

Innes -- Charlotte Innes: 
-- see 1918 Simcoe Public School students
-- see 1919 Simcoe elementary students
-- was a 1920 Simcoe Junior Second Book student [SR19200708p3]
-- attended Simcoe High -- see 1929 Monocle

Innes -- Christina Innes, 89, relict of Rev. Martin W. Livingstone, died 14 Aug 1915 in Simcoe [SR19150819p2] -- Christina Innes, relict of the late Rev. Martin W. Livingstone, died at Strathlynn, Simcoe, the residence of her brother, W. P. Innes, on Saturday last, August 14. She was in her 90th year. The funeral took place on Tuesday to Oakwood Cemetery [SR19150819p2]

Innes -- Christy Anna Innes, born 10 Jul 1878, daughter of merchant W. P. Innes and Mary Ann Livingstone, was baptized 23 Feb 1879 [Simcoe Presbyterian Records]

Innes -- Miss Christie Anna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Innes, married Dr. Howard William Hamilton Nelles of Toledo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ransom Hardy Nelles, 18 Apr 1906 in Simcoe [SR19060420] [BC19060425]

Innes -- Connie Innes: 
-- see 1918 Simcoe Public School students
-- see 1919 Simcoe elementary students
-- was a 1920 Simcoe Senior Third student [SR19200708p3]

Innes -- Douglas Innes: 
-- see 1919 Simcoe elementary students
-- was a 1920 Simcoe Senior Second Class student [SR19200708p3]

Innes -- Edith Innes:
-- was a 1920 Simcoe Primary student [SR19200708p3]
-- attended Simcoe High -- see 1929 Monocle

Innes -- Edward Innes -- see 1918 Simcoe Public School students

Innes -- Eleanor Innes: 
-- see 1918 Simcoe Public School students
-- see 1919 Simcoe elementary students
-- was a 1920 Simcoe Junior Third student [SR19200708p3]

Innes -- Frances Innes:
-- see 1919 Simcoe elementary students
-- was a 1920 Simcoe Junior Fourth student [SR19200708p3]

Innes -- Francis Innes -- see Simcoe Public School 1914 Promotions

Innes -- George O. Innes of South Norwich married Miss Mary Smith of Delhi, 28 Nov 1894 at her mother's home [NR18941206]

Innes -- Grace Innes:
 -- see 1918 Simcoe Public School students
-- was a 1920 Simcoe Senior Second Class student [SR19200708p3]
-- attended Simcoe High -- see 1929 Monocle

Innes -- H. Innes has been promoted from Junior to Senior Class in VI Division of Simcoe Union School [NR18830111]

Innes -- H. P. Innes: 
-- see Vittoria Inquest
-- see 1909 Phone Directory
-- subscribed to Simcoe Pork Packing
-- was a member of 1913 Simcoe Board of Trade
-- was pallbearer for Judge Wells -- see G. W. Wells' obituary
-- donated to Belgian Relief [SR19141203p1]
-- see Norfolk's 1917 Victory Loan Committee.
-- subscribed to 1918 Sailors Fund
-- was chairman of the Board of Education [SR19190213p5]
-- was pallbearer for A. M. Barber -- see Barber's obituary
-- see Norfolk's 1919 Victory Loan Committee.
-- see 1920 golf match

Innes -- Mrs. H. P. Innes has her brother, Sidney Livingstone of Amherstburg, visiting [SR19170726p7]

Innes -- Helen Innes:  
-- see
Simcoe Public School 1914 Promotions
-- see 1918 Simcoe Public School students
-- see 1919 Simcoe elementary students
-- was a 1920 Simcoe Junior Fourth student [SR19200708p3]

Innes -- Hugh Innes of the U.S. Courts in Chicago, Ill., married Annie, second daughter of John Scott of Port Dover, 19 Dec 1878 at her father's home [BC18781225p3] -- Hugh Innes wed Annie Scott [Ontario Vital Stats 1879]

Innes -- Hugh Innes Sr. -- see 1907 Simcoe Voters List

Innes -- to wife of Hugh Innes, deputy clerk U.S. courts, 10 Nov 1883 in Chicago [BC18831121
-- Hugh Fraser, infant son of Hugh Innes, died 11 Nov 1883 in Chicago [
BC18831121]

Innes -- Hugh James Innes, formerly of Dundas and Toronto, a brother of W. P. Innes, died at Kinoska, Wis., U.S.A. [NR18920128] [Compiler's Comment: no age or date provided]

Innes -- barrister-at-law Hugh Patterson Innes of the law firm Wells & Innes, married Mabel Margaret Livingston, daughter of late Robert Thompson Livingstone, sometime judge of Norfolk Country, last evening in Simcoe. Bride given away by her uncle, Norfolk County Sheriff Joseph Jackson. Groom assisted by his brother, W. L. Innes, C.E., of Peterborough. Bride's attendants: Miss Edith Livingston, Miss Alice Innes and Miss Grace Livingston. R.I. Innes and Sydney Livingstone. Sydney Livingstone of St. Catharines attended. Reception at Mrs. and Sheriff Jackson's home 
[page 1 article and B-M-D column SR18980630] [GJsr] [also see WS18980707p5]

Innes -- Ansley, Wells & Innes, barristers, solicitors, notaries, etc. J. H. Ansley, Crown Attorney; Geo. W. Wells, Q.C.; Hugh P. Innes. Office: Corner Peel and Colborne streets, opposite Court House, Simcoe [WS19000104p3]

Innes -- to wife of barrister Hugh P. Innes a son 22 Sep 1900 in Simcoe [SR19000927
-- infant son of H. P. Innes died 25 Sep 1900 in Simcoe [SR19000927]

Innes -- Hugh P. Innes, 29, born 14 Sep 1871 in Ontario, lawyer;
his wife Mabel [sic] M., 27, born 27 Jul 1873 in Ontario;
his single black servant, Fanny [Namboid], 24, born 14 Jan 1877 in Ontario
[
1901 Census of Simcoe:1]

Innes -- to wife of barrister Hugh P. Innes:
-- a daughter 25 Dec 1901 in Simcoe [SR19020102]
-- a son 8 May 1903 in Simcoe [SR19030515]
-- a son 25 Oct 1904 in Simcoe [BC19041102] [SR19041104]
-- a daughter 16 Jun 1906 in Simcoe [SR9060622] [BC19060620]
-- a daughter 1 Apr 1908 in Simcoe [SR19080402]
-- a daughter 14 Jul 1910 in Simcoe [BC19100720p4]
-- a son 19 Mar 1912 in Simcoe [SR19120321p12] [GJsr
-- a daughter 8 May 1913 in Simcoe [SR19130612p12]

Innes -- H. P. Innes:
-- donated to Ag. Society in 1916.
-- was pall-bearer -- see Dr. Snider's obituary
-- see Norfolk's 1918 Victory Loan Committee.

Innes -- Mrs. Hugh P. Innes has her brother, Sidney Livingstone of Amherstburg, visiting [SR19190724p10]

Innes -- Hugh P. Innes:
-- was a pallbearer of Mrs. Thos. L. Roberts
-- was a pallbearer of Mrs. Charles Witherspoon Sr.

Innes -- Hugh P. Innes, barrister, 314 Norfolk St. South, Simcoe 
Mabel Innes, 314 Norfolk Street South, Simcoe [1919 Voters List]

Innes -- Innes & MacKay -- see 1929 Monocle ad

Innes -- Hugh P. Innes:
-- his son Patterson was injured -- see 1919 Fatal Accident
-- see 1919 Waffle inquest
-- was pallbearer -- see Geo. Curtis's funeral.
-- see Photos & Bios  
-- see his Family Group Sheet

Innes -- Hugh P. Innes, K.C., was killed when his car crashed into a stationary train blocking the highway, 11 Oct 1931 in Simcoe -- see his obituary -- see Reformer's editorial about him

Innes -- Hugh Patterson Innes, K.C. County Court Judge of Dufferin County, born 14 Sep 1870, died 11 Oct 1931 | his wife Mabel Margaret Livingstone, born 27 Jul 1873, died 3 Oct 1964 
[Oakwood Cemetery stones] 
 

 
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