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Deyman, daughter
appeared in Fenelon Falls Gazette, 28 Aug 1880, p. 2, column 4
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A NARROW ESCAPE.--On Saturday last a little girl about two and a half years old, daughter of Mr. H. Deyman, narrowly escaped being seriously or even fatally injured. Just as Mr. Jas. Junkin was driving into the business part of the village, furtunately at a very slow pace, the child ran, unperceived by him, in front of his horses, and either fell or was knocked down. Hearing the scream which she gave, Mr. Junkin stopped his team as soon as possible, and his wife, who was with him in the waggon, jumped out, ran to the rear, and picked up the little one from between the hind wheels. There was a rush of people from Mr. Deyman's shop and Mr. Geo. Keith's store, as every person who witnessed the occurrence naturally thought that the child was badly hurt; but, to the surprise and relief of all, she had not received even the most trifling bruise or scratch, although the horses and waggoh had passed over her.

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Genealogical Resource
Item Type
H. Deyman
James Junkin
George Keith
Date of Publication
28 Aug 1880
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Deyman, daughter