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Innes -- J. A. Innes -- see Norfolk's 1918 Victory Loan Committee.
Innes -- J. A. Innes,
Innes -- James Innes:
Innes -- Jessie Irene,
daughter of Andrew Innes, married Gilbert M. Lynch of Calgary formerly of
Port Dover, 14 Dec 1910 at her parents' home in Port Dover [BC19101221p1]
Innes -- John Innes of Hamilton married Miss Ella Peacock of Windham 1 Jan 1891 at her father's home [BC18910121]
Innes -- John Innes,
Innes -- John Innes was a 1919
Junior High Candidate
Innes -- John A.
Innes, 40, died 9 Sep 1894 in Hamilton [ML18940907]
Innes -- Kate Glencairn
Innes, daughter of Hugh Innes, deputy clerk United States Courts, Chicago,
died 10 Feb 1882 at Passadena, California [BC18820222]
Innes -- Margaret A. Innes,
5, wife of W. C. Smith, died 26 Aug 1908 in Port Dover [SR19080827]
Innes -- Miss Margaret L.
Innes married Paul H. Donly, 19 Mar 1927 ion Simcoe. Bride is daughter of
H. P. Innes and a granddaughter of both Judge R. T. Livingstone, and of W.
P. Innes, founder of the Simcoe Canning Company. Groom is a son of Hal B.
Donly, and the manager of the Brook Woolen Co. of Simcoe Ltd., which was
founded by his grandfather Joseph Brook
Innes -- Mary M. Innes, 42, married, born 21 Aug 1858; living with her single sister, Martha Smith, 30, and widowed mother, Martha Ann Smith, 66 [1901 Census of Delhi]
Innes -- Mary M. Innes, Block 1 Lot 3, Delhi [1919 Voters List]
Innes -- Form I student Fern Paterson Innes was on Simcoe High School's Apr 1918 Honor Roll [SR19180509p1]
Innes -- Patterson/Pat Innes:
Innes -- R. Innes -- see 1920 Donly Handicap Competition
Innes -- "Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Innes of Port Dover visited her sister, Mrs. J. H. Butler, Sydenham Street, Simcoe, last week" [SR19060323]
Innes -- Robert Innes,
painter, Grenock, Port
Innes -- Robert [.]. Innes, 60, died Saturday 1 Jul 1920 in Port Dover. He was a brother-in-law of Mrs. J. H. Butler of Simcoe [SR19200722p7]
Innes -- Robert Livingstone Innes of the Simcoe Canning Factory, married Miss Aileen Mary Cowdry, eldest daughter of Edmond Cowdry, Esq., manager of the Bank of Commerce, Simcoe, 24 Jan 1900 at Trinity church, Simcoe [WS19000201p5]
Innes -- Robert L. Innes,
28, born 23 Apr 1872 in Ontario, secretary Simcoe c. f.
Innes -- to wife of Robert L.
Innes -- R. L. Innes' son, Charles Rodney Innes, 15 months, died 1 Mar 1917 at his parents' home, 194 Park Street South, Hamilton [SR19170308p7]
Innes -- R. L. Innes of Hamilton attended the funeral of T. R. Nelles [SR19180509p9]
Innes -- Mrs. Robert L. Innes of Hamilton's father, Edmund Cowdry, formerly of Simcoe, died 2 Feb 1919 in Vancouver -- see his obituary
Innes -- Robert L. Innes -- see Photos & Bios
Innes -- Samuel A. Innes of the township of South Norwich in Oxford County, died 22 Nov 1916. Executors: Margaret Givin Innes, William A. Innes, and George H. Treffry [SR19170405p8]
Innes -- W. Innes has been promoted from Junior to Senior Class in VI Division of Simcoe Union School [NR18830111]
Innes -- Wm. Innes of Simcoe offered a $10 reward for the return of his lost or stolen capped and jewelled [sic] silver watch in the very first issue of the Norfolk Observer newspaper, 22 Oct 1840 [NO18401022p1]
Innes -- Wm.
L. ("Will") Innes of Simcoe, eldest son of W. P. Innes, married
Miss Wiliemene Rennie Carnegie, daughter of former MPP John Carnegie, 10
Jan 1900 in Peterborough
Innes -- to the
wife of W. L.
Innes -- Mrs. W. L. Innes'
father, John Carnegie, ex-M.P.P., died 18 Jan 1910 in Guelph, Ont.
Innes -- Mrs. W. L. Innes was secretary of Belgian Relief Committee [SR19141119p1]
Innes-- W. L. Innes made a business trip to Chicago last Thursday, taking W. G. Dutton and Chas. Witherspoon Sr. with him as technical experts [SR19160120p1]
Innes -- to the wife of Wm. L. Innes, a daughter, 22 Nov 1918 at Strath Lynn, Simcoe [SR19181118p7]
Innes -- W. L. Innes of Simcoe Canning Co. -- see Jaques coming home
Innes -- W. L. Innes,
accountant, 294 Union Street, Simcoe
Innes -- Wm. P. Innes of Dundas married Marion, daughter of Rev. M. W. Livingstone of Simcoe, 14 Jan 1868 in Simcoe. At the same place and time, Maggie, daughter of Rev. M. W. Livingstone of Simcoe, married R. P. Jackson of Simcoe [NR18680123p3]
Innes -- to wife of W. P. Innes a daughter 14 Jul 1878 in Simcoe [BC18780717p3]
Innes -- at the home of her uncle, W. P. Innes in Simcoe: Miss Amelia Brander married merchant Wm. Stewart of Summerside, Prince Edward Island, 15 Oct 1878 [BC18781023p3]
Innes -- to wife of W. P. Innes a son 22 Mar 1880 in Simcoe [BC18800324p3]
Innes -- W.
Innes -- Wm. P. Innes and James Cutting, trustees of the late F. A. Fick, invited creditors to submit debts by 19 Mar 1880 [BC18800317p3]
Innes -- at W. P. Innes' home in Simcoe, his sister-in-law, Nellie, youngest daughter of late Rev. M. W. Livingstone of Simcoe, married E. P. Johnson of L'Original, Ont., 28 Nov 1894 [NR18941129]
Innes -- Mrs. W. P. Innes was an aunt of Jean Livingstone the wife of D. S. Gibson, who died in 1914 -- see Mrs. Gibson's obituary
Innes -- W. P. Innes was brother-in-law of W. W. Livingstone -- see Livingstone obituary
Innes -- to wife of Wm. P. Innes a son 9 May 1885 in Simcoe [NR18850514]
Innes -- W. P. Innes of the Simcoe Canning factory, has purchased the residence and farm of John Jackson for $7,000 [SR18980317p1]
Innes -- W. P. Innes, Simcoe manufacturer, was a provisional director of the Simcoe Pork Packing Co. Ltd. [WS19000104p4]
Innes -- Wm. P. Innes, 68,
born 6 Sep 1832 in Scotland, canning factory
Innes -- W. P. Innes' sister, 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 -- W. P. Innes donated to Ag. Society in 1916.
Innes -- Mrs. W. P. Innes, "Strathlynn", Union Street, Simcoe [Billet Hosts SR19160601p4]
Innes -- Mrs. W. P. Innes of Strath Lynn has her daughters, Mrs, Drynan of Hamilton and Mrs. (Dr.) Howard Nelles of Toledo, Ohio, and their children, visiting [SR19170705p10]
Innes -- Mrs. William P. Innes -- see Photos & Bios
Innes -- W. P. Innes suffered two slight cerebral hemorrhages on Saturday. This is serious, but he has always been a man of vigorous habit, so his recovery is reasonably hoped for [SR19180228p12]