Item 04-1009 - Luella Massie death notice card

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Luella Massie death notice card

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  • 1894 (Creation)
    Massie, Luella

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Luella Massie was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Massie.

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Item is a death notice card for Luella Massie who died 2 November 1894 at the age of "1y., 2m., 18d.

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For related records see: 83-1008, 86-015, and 87-010.

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The following note is written in pencil at the bottom of the death notice: "Davidson the tailor at Brighton married a Massie girl." (Note: the finding aid for the Walter Nichol Davidson family fonds located at Trent University Archives states that merchant-tailor Walter Nichol Davidson of Brighton, Ontario, married Isabella Massie D. McDonald).

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