MEMORIALS AND THINGS OF FAME

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Note from Lorie: After joining the team in 1912, rookie Harry Mummery (1889-1945) helped the Quebec Bulldogs of the National Hockey Association (NHA) win the O'Brien Cup and defend the Stanley Cup. After being traded in 1916, Mummery returned to the Quebec Bulldogs (now officially known as the Quebec Athletics of the NHL) in 1919. On a personal note, your columnist is related to Mummery through common ancestors William Howard and Mary Clarke Rumble, who sailed from Norfolk, England to Quebec City in 1836, eventually to reside near Guelph, Ontario.

December 24, 1869 – The Morning Chronicle
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