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Kantokoski (Koski), Koivula & Korpela Family
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Church Records

Series consists of official extracts from parish registers of members of the Kantokoski/Koski family from the congregation of Alajärvi, in the diocese of Lapua, Finland and a certificate of confirmation from Sudbury, Ontario. The first church extract from the parish register confirms the dates of birth for Matti Niilo Kantokoski (March 23, 1901), his wife Anna Milja (Sept. 24,1903), and their daughter Eeva Annikki (May 8, 1924). The church record also notes the date Matti Kantokoski married his wife Anna (Nov. 24, 1923) and his date of death (May 15, 1956). The record is dated May 13, 1961 and signed by J. Laurila. The second church extract from the parish register confirms the date of birth for Eeva Annikki Kantokoski (May 8, 1924), the date she was baptized (May 19, 1924), the names of her parents (Matti Niilo Kantokoski & Anna Milja), the names of her godparents (Kustaa Kantokoski & Aino Kantokoski) and the name of the pastor who baptized her (J.H. Peltokallio). This record is dated June 13, 1973 and is signed by O.M. Tunturi. The Certificate of Confirmation was issued to Eeva Annikki Koski, indicating her confirmation at the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Church in Sudbury, Ontario on July 23, 1939, signed by pastor [Mathew Lepisto].

Canadian Naturalization Certificates and Correspondence

Series consists of a letter dated April 6, 1939, to Matti Kantokoski from E.D. Wilkins, Clerk of the Peace, with his Certificate of Naturalization (dated March 30, 1939) attached; and a certificate of greetings from the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire (I.O.D.E.) to Matti Kantokoski on the occasion of him becoming a British subject and Canadian citizen by naturalization in Sudbury, Ontario.

Newspaper Clippings

Series consists of three newspaper clippings from the Sudbury Star. Clippings include "Winning School Receives Its Shield" (In this article, Veikko Koski was part of the winning team for the best schoolboy patrol for the 1939-1940 season. The newspaper clipping has been pasted onto a piece of paper); "Hunchbacks Terrify Reds" (concerning Finnish ski troops in World War II. The newspaper clipping has been pasted onto a piece of paper); and "Will Be Sent to Finland."(Images of a man and a woman, and another image of a man are only partially visible, because the newspaper clipping has been cut. The newspaper clipping has been pasted onto a piece of paper).

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