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Simcoe,

town (1991 pop. 15,539), S Ont., Canada, on the Lynn River SW of Hamilton. It is a market center for a region producing fruit, vegetables, and tobacco. There are food-processing and canning plants in Simcoe.
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Patricia was the proud mother of Joanne (Craig) Leslie, Pamela Owens and Steven (Debbie) Owens and loving stepmother to Marla (Harvey) Yellen and Mitch Cary; most adored Nonnie of Matthew (Ann) Simcoe, Maggie (Justin) Waite, Daniel (Ellie) Simcoe, Shawn (Angelica) Owens, Elisabeth Owens, Ellyn and Aryn Harmon, Justin, Kevin (Kristina) and Kyle Owens, and Derek (Amanda), Luke and Brent Cary; beloved great-grandmother of Winona and Beatrix Waite, Charlotte Simcoe, Nora and Jack Simcoe, and Hope and Logan Owens.
This is the only object we have observed from this era," researcher Robert Simcoe said in a statement from the (http://news.
A previously announced closure of Lower Simcoe Street, between Harbour Street and Queens Quay West, may be extended by one day due to current weather conditions and forecast.
Heather used interesting photos to tell the story of the transition from the early First Nations trails to the road-building schemes of John Graves Simcoe to the arrival of tarmac road surfacing.
Theresa's Catholic High School student Claudia Sorgini applied to the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic School Board for an exemption from religious programs or courses.
is partnering with Gilda's Club Simcoe Muskoka to announce the launch of a new service called OnCallogic.
I smuggled a hop haul across the, as yet, soft border which included Mosaic, Centennial, Simcoe and a yearning to get to grips with all the flavour profiles associated with these funny wee plants/flowers.
Misencik, a former airline captain and member of a living history foundation in Virginia, relates how teenager Sally Townsend, sister of Robert Townsend (a member of the Culper Ring, George Washington's spy network), helped her brother gather intelligence while flirting with enemy soldiers like Ernst Wintzingerode, John Andre, and John Graves Simcoe during the American Revolution in Oyster Bay, Long Island.
The plaque includes a map, chiseled in stone, discovered at the Simcoe County Archives of the territories of Upper and Lower Canada.
John Graves Simcoe, who led the Queen's Rangers-- without losing a battle--until the British army's surrender at Yorktown.
Latitude 48 Deconstructed with Simcoe was another bold American IPA formulation, and another favorite of the tasting panel.
The event will be a tribute to Afro-centric gospel music featuring Simcoe native and mezzo soprano Jessica Lloyd, a member of the Nathaniel Dett Chorale.