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  • Adams, Eva Lynette (née Eva LynetteHill) and Adams, Thomas Robert (Married)
    Genealogical ResourceText  appeared in Publication Title Unknown, ,     Adams: Thomas Robert and Eva Lynette

    Mr. and Mrs. John William Hill request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Eva Lynette to Mr. Thomas Robert Adams on Saturday, August the eighteenth at seven o'clock in the evening, D.S.T. St. Paul's Anglican Church Sour ...

    Genealogical ResourceText  appeared in Publication Title Unknown, ,   Adams: Thomas Robert and Eva Lynette

    Mr. and Mrs. John William Hill request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Eva Lynette to Mr. Thomas Robert ...

  • Masters, Ann (née AnnCollins) (Died)
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Publication Title Unknown, ,     Masters: Ann

    Mrs. George Masters, well known resident of Stratford for the past 27 years, died Tuesday night at the home of her son, Major J.T. Masters 685 Ontario street. Mrs. Masters who was 72 years of age, died following an illness which had extended over a period of about ...

    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Publication Title Unknown, ,   Masters: Ann

    Mrs. George Masters, well known resident of Stratford for the past 27 years, died Tuesday night at the home of her son, Major J.T. Masters 685 Ontario street. ...

  • Hill, Allan A.
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 19 Jan 1994, Section Local, p.22     Hill: Allan A.

    Happy Birthday to my dad: Allan A. Hill

    "My Dad"

    The person I mostly look up to is my dad I look up to him like he has all the answers to my problems. But sometimes he does and sometimes he doesn't. My dad is ...

    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 19 Jan 1994, Section Local, p.22   Hill: Allan A.

    Happy Birthday to my dad: Allan A. Hill

    "My Dad"

    The person I mostly look up to is my dad I look up to him ...

  • Invitation to E. Pauline Johnson Plaque Unveiling Ceremony
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, May 1986     INVITATION

    The Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada is pleased to invite you to its plaque unveiling ceremony commemorating E. PAULINE JOHNSON

    The ceremony will take place at the Chiefswood Museum Highway 54 Six Nations Indian Reserve near Ohsweken, Ontario at ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, May 1986   INVITATION

    The Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada is pleased to invite you to its plaque unveiling ceremony commemorating E. PAULINE JOHNSON

    The ceremony will take place ...

  • Davis, Joyce (née JoyceHill) (Died)
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Publication Title Unknown, 2015, Local, . Date of Event: 30 Mar 2015     Davis: Joyce (Hill)

    Passed away at the Brantford General Hospital surrounded by her family on Monday, March 30, 2015 at the age of 72 years. Loving mother of Philip (Penny), Alvin, Ken, Audrey, Brenda (Dayton), Guy, and Fran. Stepmother of Shawn, Dawn, Matt, and Dolly-Ann. ...

    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Publication Title Unknown, 2015, Local, . Date of Event: 30 Mar 2015   Davis: Joyce (Hill)

    Passed away at the Brantford General Hospital surrounded by her family on Monday, March 30, 2015 at the age of 72 years. Loving mother of Philip (Penny), ...

  • Doxtador-Green, Sierra Lynne to Green, Jack and Doxtador, Ginger (Born)
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Publication Title Unknown, 14 Feb 2001, Local, . Date of Event: 21 Jan 2001     Doxtador-Green: Sierra Lynne

    James and Raven are proud to announce the safe arrival of their baby sister Sierra Lynne born Jan 21, 2001 at 1:38 a.m. weighing 6lbs 15 oz. Proud parents are Jack and Ginger, Proud grandparents are Bonnie Gloucher of Brantford, Dave Green of ...

    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  appeared in Publication Title Unknown, 14 Feb 2001, Local, . Date of Event: 21 Jan 2001   Doxtador-Green: Sierra Lynne

    James and Raven are proud to announce the safe arrival of their baby sister Sierra Lynne born Jan 21, 2001 at 1:38 a.m. weighing 6lbs 15 oz. ...

  • Hill, John Williams
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, Section Local     Hill: John William

    John William Hill, R6, Hagersville, died Monday at the Lady Willingdon Hospital, Ohsweken, in his 74th year. He is survived by his widow, Daisy; two sons, William and Clarence, Six Nations Reserve; six daughters, Mrs. Jesse (Olive) Moses, of the reserve, Mrs. Glenn ...

    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, Section Local   Hill: John William

    John William Hill, R6, Hagersville, died Monday at the Lady Willingdon Hospital, Ohsweken, in his 74th year. He is survived by his widow, Daisy; two sons, William ...

  • Hutton, Lillian Mary
    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 1997, Section Local     Hutton: Lillian

    At the John Noble Home, on Friday, May 16, 1997, Lillian Mary Hutton of Brantford, in her 92nd year; dear wife of the late Charles Hutton and cousin of Ivadell Hill and Howard Meade, both of Brantford and the late George Meade; also will be missed by her ...

    Genealogical ResourceTextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 1997, Section Local   Hutton: Lillian

    At the John Noble Home, on Friday, May 16, 1997, Lillian Mary Hutton of Brantford, in her 92nd year; dear wife of the late Charles Hutton and cousin ...

  • "Lost hunter considered suicide"
    TextNewspaper  Blackwell, Tom, Publication Title Unknown, 18 Jan 1994     "As the temperature plummeted, a frigid, soaking Allen Trudeau figured he would die in the snow-covered bush of Northern Ontario."
    TextNewspaper  Blackwell, Tom, Publication Title Unknown, 18 Jan 1994   "As the temperature plummeted, a frigid, soaking Allen Trudeau figured he would die in the snow-covered bush of Northern Ontario."
  • "'It's our island': Natives occupy sewer trunk construction site"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 6 Jan 1994     'It's our island' Natives occupy sewer trunk construction site

    Supporters of the Six Nations Confederacy spent the night on an icebound island in the Grand River and vow to remain until the city relents on plans to run a sewer through the ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 6 Jan 1994   'It's our island' Natives occupy sewer trunk construction site

    Supporters of the Six Nations Confederacy spent the night on an icebound island in the Grand River ...

  • "After 3 1/2 years, Oka inquest far from answering questions"
    TextNewspaper  Sanger, Daniel, Publication Title Unknown, 21 Jan 1994     "It's been a year since the Oka inquest began and more than 3 1/2 years since the event it is so painstakingly dissecting took place."
    TextNewspaper  Sanger, Daniel, Publication Title Unknown, 21 Jan 1994   "It's been a year since the Oka inquest began and more than 3 1/2 years since the event it is so painstakingly dissecting took place."
  • "Indian Rights for Indian Women"
    TextPublication  Bernard, Howard, Publication Title Unknown, pp.7-9     "Since it's inception in 1971, Indian Rights for Indian Women (IRIW) has been one of the few native organizations prepared to deal with some highly sensitive issues which concern native women - the rights of Indian women to live, die and be buried on their reserves, the band membership of ...
    TextPublication  Bernard, Howard, Publication Title Unknown, pp.7-9   "Since it's inception in 1971, Indian Rights for Indian Women (IRIW) has been one of the few native organizations prepared to deal with some highly sensitive issues which concern native ...
  • "Aboriginal group calls for Great Lakes cleanup"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 19 Jul 1995     Aboriginal group calls for Great Lakes cleanup CANADIAN PRESS, United Nations

    A confederacy of Aboriginal Peoples presented the United Nations on Tuesday with a $700-million US plan to clean up pollution in the eastern Great Lakes region.

    The ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 19 Jul 1995   Aboriginal group calls for Great Lakes cleanup CANADIAN PRESS, United Nations

    A confederacy of Aboriginal Peoples presented the United Nations on Tuesday with a $700-million US plan to ...

  • "Betty Doxtater complained to the Ontario Human Rights Commission..."
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 1 Oct 1991    

    Betty Doxtater complained to the Ontario Human Rights Commission after a teacher made advances to her

    OHSWEKEN - A Six Nation woman has received $2,000 after complaining to the Ontario Human Rights Commission that she was sexually harassed by her teacher at Mohawk College about two ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 1 Oct 1991  

    Betty Doxtater complained to the Ontario Human Rights Commission after a teacher made advances to her

    OHSWEKEN - A Six Nation woman has received $2,000 after complaining to the Ontario ...

  • "Unusual names in tournament"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 1991     Partial article....
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 1991   Partial article....
  • "Band tells two more to leave Six Nations"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 7 Oct 1992     Band tells two more to leave Six Nations

    OHSWEKEN - Two more non-natives have been asked to leave the Six Nations.

    Six Nations band council asked Pamela Henderson and her son, Jason Potter, to leave the community before the end of October.

    Under the ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 7 Oct 1992   Band tells two more to leave Six Nations

    OHSWEKEN - Two more non-natives have been asked to leave the Six Nations.

    Six Nations band council asked Pamela Henderson ...

  • "Many missing from Six Nations voters list"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 9 Oct 1992     Many missing from Six Nations voters list

    OHSWEKEN - More than 300 people may have been left off the voters list for Six Nations because enumerators were told to leave last week.

    Perry Barnhart, the electoral officer for Haldimand-Norfolk, said enumerators ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 9 Oct 1992   Many missing from Six Nations voters list

    OHSWEKEN - More than 300 people may have been left off the voters list for Six Nations because enumerators were told ...

  • "New York reserve uses special justice - band council, clan mothers, victims have say in deciding to lay charges"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 19 Oct 1992     New York Reserve uses Special Justice Band council, clan mothers, victims have say in deciding to lay charges

    OHSWEKEN - Alson Gibson has been on the wrong end of a loaded gun eight times.

    "Who in their right mind would go out in the ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 19 Oct 1992   New York Reserve uses Special Justice Band council, clan mothers, victims have say in deciding to lay charges

    OHSWEKEN - Alson Gibson has been on the ...

  • "Six Nations seek university credit courses"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 9 Dec 1992     Six Nations seek University Credit Courses

    The Six Nations has teamed up with six southern Ontario universities on a proposal to offer university courses on the reserve.

    Geared primarily to mature students, the program could give local native people an ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 9 Dec 1992   Six Nations seek University Credit Courses

    The Six Nations has teamed up with six southern Ontario universities on a proposal to offer university courses on the reserve.

    Geared ...

  • "Chief joins McMaster board"
    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 28 Oct 1992     Chief joins McMaster board

    OHSWEKEN - McMaster University's board of governors may have its first traditional chief as a member.

    Jake Thomas, a Six Nations Confederacy chief, recently attended his first board meeting. He accepted a four-year appointment this ...

    TextNewspaper  Publication Title Unknown, 28 Oct 1992   Chief joins McMaster board

    OHSWEKEN - McMaster University's board of governors may have its first traditional chief as a member.

    Jake Thomas, a Six Nations Confederacy chief, recently ...

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