St. Thomas Daily Times
( 1883 – 1900 )
1883 April 11
p. 4 – Married – HASLAM – WESTBROOK – At Grace Church Parsonage by Rev. M. Phillips, B. D., March 27, James HASLAM, to Miss Emma WESTBROOK, both of St. Thomas.
p. 4 – Married – STEPHENSON – MUNSINGER – By Re. A. M. Phillips, B.D., on the 9th last, at Grace Church Parsonage, Harry STEPHENSON, Druggist of Bismark, to Miss Celia MUNSINGER of Hamilton.
p. 4 – Died – MULLIGAN – At Southwold on the 10th inst., Wm. MULLIGAN, aged 36? years.
p. 4 – Died – LONG [ may be YOUNG ] – In this city on the 10th inst., Emma V. LONG [ other sources give YOUNG ] aged 24 years and 3 months. [Note: this may be the wife of William YOUNG of Port Bruce ]
1889 Feb 22 & 23
p. – Undoubtedly Smallpox – Dr. VanBUSKIRK says: The case of one of the SHERIDAN children, a seven year old boy , is the best marked I have ever seen in the course of my practice. He was exposed for two weeks previous and contracted the disease in the house of Mrs.[Ina] YOUNG, since deceased. “It is generally conceded that Lemuel YOUNG of Fingal, father-in-law of one of the victims, is suffering from the disease