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BACKGROUND GENEALOGY


PORT CREWE

Crewe Brothers Fishery (1904-1957)

http://ink.ourontario.ca/browse/lp -The Leamington Post. September 3, 1991 - pg. 41

Their 150-foot dock was located at the bottom of the seventy-eight foot bank. Tracks were installed, enabling railway-like cars t6o carry equipment, fish and even passengers up and down the bank ...

[There was constructed] a barn ... a blacksmith shop ... a ... twine shed ... in 1918 a large ice-house ...

Crewe fisheries were busy manufacturing their own [cotton twine] nets and supplying them to other fisheries as well ...

[Karen Adamson (editor), Open Boats - A Historical Sketch of Commercial Fishing in Wheatley - Ontario (Published after 1979), pp. 8-9]

http://www.krugerenergychatham.com/upload/docs/AppM_Heritage_Impact_Assessment.pdf

1920

Biological Board of Canada; Canada. Marine Biological Station , Contributions to Canadian biology (Toronto, Biological Board of Canada: 1901) pp. 75-76. http://www.archive.org/stream/contributionstoc1921biol/contributionstoc1921biol_djvu.txt

1937

http://ink.ourontario.ca/browse/lp -The Leamington Post. July 15, 1937 - Page: 7