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Chatham This Week
Numerous tenants for Urquhart’s New Blockstreet, at about the mid-point between Fourth and Fifth streets. Urquhart died
Chatham This Week / Posted 6 days ago
street, at about the mid-point between Fourth and Fifth streets. Urquhart died at Chatham on June 12, 1910 and reposes in Maple Leaf Cemetery. The first notable tenant of Urquhart's New Block was The Canada Business College which employed the... Read more
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Chatham This Week
Chatham’s slender link with Bellmayor. McLean died at just about the time that J. A. Morton arrived in Chatham
Chatham This Week / Posted 27 days ago
mayor. McLean died at just about the time that J. A. Morton arrived in Chatham. McLean rests in plot No. 525, Old Ward A, Maple Leaf Cemetery. His bones were moved there (1880) from the old St. Paul's Cemetery. He is in an unmarked grave. I think... Read more
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Chatham This Week
Snook Block looks much the same as in 1907though re-purposed, looks much like it did when he built it. Eddie died on Nov
Chatham This Week / Posted 1 months ago
though re-purposed, looks much like it did when he built it. Eddie died on Nov. 3, 1916 and reposes in the family plot, Maple Leaf Cemetery. Still some copies of "Irish Jack" available at the Instant Print Shoppe, Richmond Street; or contact me... Read more

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