File - The Weekly Ontario and Bay of Quinte Chronicle (1922 editions)

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The Weekly Ontario and Bay of Quinte Chronicle (1922 editions)

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  • 1922 (Creation)

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(1869-1962)

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William Herbert Morton was born in Moira, Ontario, in 1869, the child of Alexander Morton and Mary (Sayers). He married Margaret Herity in 1893. William Morton worked in the cheese industry and in 1910 he and his brother-in-law, Owen Herity, bought the Daily Ontario and Weekly Chronicle newspapers from Thomas S. Carman. They took over the management of the newspaper on 15 April 1910. Herity sold his share to Morton in 1921 and in 1929 Morton bought The Intelligencer from the Bowell family. In April 1930 the two publications were combined into The Ontario Intelligencer. He died at the Belleville General Hospital on 16 May 1962.

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(1870-1945)

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James Owen Herity was born 16 April 1870 in Huntingdon Township, Ontario, the son of Samuel Herity and Christianne (Wood). He was the editor of the Daily Ontario newspaper in Belleville from 1910 to 1921 with his brother-in-law, W. H. Morton, and subsequently became the president of the Belleville Chamber of Commerce until his death on 14 December 1945.

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