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tombstoneroyclendening.jpg
Pictured here is the tombstone of Dorothy Angela Clendening (nee Wysocki), located in the northwest corner of St. Paul's Anglican Cemetery. She is buried with her husband Roy.

obitsueburgess.pdf
Listed here is an obituary for Sue Burgess, published in the Fort Erie Times.

obitnettieburgess.pdf
Listed here is an obituary for Nettie Burgess, published in the Fort Erie Times.

birthnoticelindsayburgess.pdf
Listed here is a birth notice for Lindsay Burgess, published in the Niagara Falls Review.

tombstoneroyclendening.jpg
Pictured here is the tombstone of Roy Francis Clendening, located in the northwest corner of St. Paul's Anglican Cemetery. He is buried beside his wife Dorothy.

churchclosure1.jpg
During the Covid 19 pandemic, the province of Ontario mandated the closures of churches and other places of worship. Pictured here is a note at the door of St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church on Central Avenue.

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Pictured here is St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, which stands on the east side of Central Avenue.

takeoutonly1.jpg
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the provincial government required restaurants to offer only take out, delivery or drive thru in order to stay open. Pictured here is a sign in the window of Green Acres, noting this measure.

businessmodification1.jpg
During the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses such as restaurants, modified how they do business in order to keep their doors open. Pictured here is a note posted in the window at Green Acres, advising customers of their temporary move to take out only.

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During the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses took proactive measures with their clientele either in keeping with provincial guidelines and mandates for social distancing, or to add to them. Pictured here is a sign at Green Acres restaurant, asking…
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