LAMBTON COUNTY, ONTARIO, CANADA
SARNIA OBSERVER 30 AUGUST 1939
JOHN J. GILLATLY
The funeral will be held from McKay and White funeral home at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon of John J. Gillatly, 76 years old resident of Plympton Township, who died yesterday after a two weeks illness. Mr. Gillatly was born in Plympton Township and was a well known farmer. Fifty years ago he married Wilemina Jardine who survives him. Other survivors include two daughters; Mrs. Alton Anderson of Plympton; Mrs. Harker of British Columbia; four sons, John of Plympton, Walter of Sarnia, Alexander and George of Plympton; two sisters, Mrs. Joseph Lowrie of Camlachie and Mrs. Frank Merriam of Alberta. Mr. Gillatly was a member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Wyoming. The remains will rest at the family residence, lot 16 concession 6 until tomorrow morning. Interment will be in Wyoming Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER 18 APRIL 1945
Mrs. Wilhemina Gillatly, 79 year old resident of Plympton Township near Camlachie. Born at Aberardern, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jardine, Mrs., Gillatly resided on the sixth concession of Plympton for more than half a century. She was well known throughout the Township and was a member of the Presbyterian Church. Members of the surviving family include two daughters; Mrs. Alton Anderson of Plympton and Mrs. T.H. Saul in Alberta; four sons, Walter of Sarnia, Stewart in Plympton and John and Alex at home; three sisters, Mrs. Thomas Brown of London, Mrs. D.S. Douglas of Plympton, and Mrs. Duncan Ferguson of Plympton and a brother William B. Jardine of Plympton. Her husband died five years ago. The remains are at the family residence Lot 15 Con 6 Plympton and the funeral will be held from the McKay and White Funeral Home at Wyoming on Friday afternoon at 2.30 oclock. Interment will be at Wyoming Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER 2 JANUARY 1959
JOHN L. GILLATLY
John Lester Gillatly, 75, formerly of Plympton Township, died Monday in Petrolia. (30 Dec 1968). He was a retired farmer, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs/ John J. Gillatly. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Jean Anderson of Wanstead and Mrs. Mattie Saul of Forest and one brother, Stewart Gillatly of Plympton. He was predeceased by two brothers Walter and Alec. Funeral services will be held from McKay and White Funeral Home, Wyoming at 2 p.m. on Friday with Rev. Hugh Nugent officiating. Burial will be in Wyoming Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER 26 JUNE 1967
Walter J. Gillatly, 68, of 417 Wellington Street, died in St. Josephs Hospital, Sunday. Born in Camlachie, he has resided in this area most of his life. Previous to his retirement he was employed as a die maker with the Prestolite Co., for some 19 years. He was of Presbyterian faith. Surviving besides his wife the former Vera Wills, are one daughter, Mrs. James A. (Elaine) Daley of Pontiac, Mich., and two grandchildren Richard J., and Christine Daley also two sisters Mrs. Elton Anderson of Wyoming and Mrs. Mattie Saul, of Forest. Funeral service will be held at the Stewart Funeral Home, Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. with Rev. Hugh Nugent of Wyoming Presbyterian Church officiating. Burial will be in Hillsdale Cemetery, Petrolia.
SARNIA OBSERVER 11 MARCH 1974
At St. Josephs Hospital on Sunday 10 March 1974, Vera Winnifred (Wills) Gillatly, aged 75 years, of 417 Wellington Street, Sarnia, beloved with of the late Walter J. Gillatly. Dear mother of Mrs. Jams A. (Elaine) Daley of Pontiac, Mich., grandmother of Mrs. Robin (Christine) McIlroy of Pontiac and Richard J. Daley of Holly, Mich., greatgrandmother of Angela Daley. Resting at the Stewart Funeral Home (George and College) where a funeral service will be held on Wednesday afternoon at 1:00 oclock. Interment , Hillsdale Cemetery, Petrolia, Ont.
LONDON FREE PRESS MARCH 1968
At the C.E.E. Hospital, Petrolia, Ont., on Monday 25 March 1968, Alton Cameron Anderson, age 68 years of RR#1, Wanstead. Beloved husband of Jean B. Gillatly. Dear father of Kenneth, RR3 Wyoming, Mrs. William (Helen) Cuthberton and Mrs. Calvin (Dorothy) Hartley both of Petrolia and Mrs. Daniel (Grace) Bailie, Walkerton; 10 grandchildren. Dear brother of Mrs. Ila Brereton of Watford; Mrs. Irene Acton of Sarnia; Mrs. Walter (Ruby) Jardine, Wyoming; Rev. Russell Anderson of Toronto; Hyman and Crossley of Sarnia; and Cal of Wanstead and Hazen of British Columbia. Resting at McKay and White Funeral Home, Wyoming, Ont., where funeral service will be held on Thursday 28 March at 3 p.m. Memorial Masonic service will be held on Wednesday evening at the funeral home at 8 p.m. by Burns Lodge 183 AF & AM. Interment Wyoming Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER 4 JULY 1959
In Forest on Friday 3 July, Alexander L. Gillatly, beloved husband of Dorothy Bell, and dear brother of Mrs. Alton Anderson of Wyoming and Mrs. Mattie Saul of Forest; John L., Walter and Stewart of Plympton Township in his 53rd year. Resting at the McFarlane Funeral Home, James St., South, Forest, where services will be held on Monday 6 July at 2 p.m. Interment in Beechwood Cemetery, Forest.
SARNIA OBSERVER AUGUST 1995
At St. Joseph's Health Centre on Monday 3 July 1995, David Lawson Gillatly, aged 38 years of Sarnia and formerly of Forest. Beloved son of the late Alex and Dorothy Gillatly, dear brother of Donald of Sarnia. Also survived by two aunts and cousins. Visitation at the Stewart Funeral Home (George at College) on Wednesday from 12:30 to 1:30 where funeral service will be held at 1:30 o'clock with Chaplain Elaine Walker of St. Joseph's Health Centre, Pastoral Care officiating. As an expression of sympathy memorial donations to Sarnia Lambton Head Injury Association would be appreciated by the family. Interment Beechwood Cemetery, Forest.
LONDON FREE PRESS 27 AUGUST 1990
After a lengthy illness, at St. Joseph's Hospital, 26 August 1990, G. Stewart Gillatly, aged 79 years, of 41 Morris Street, formerly Plympton Township. Beloved husband of Gertrude (Preece) Gillatly. Loved by one sister, Mattie V. Saul, Forest and family, Stewart, Pauline, Richard, Jim and Janet Saul. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his first wife Myrtle L. (Fisher) Gillatly (1984), their infant daughter (1943), as well as sister Jean Anderson, and brothers Walter, John L., and Alexander. Resting at the Ron E. Dodge Funeral Home, McFarlane Chapel, James at Watt Street, Forest, where the funeral service will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Visitation Monday afternoon and evening 2-4 and 7-9. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society. Interment Wyoming Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER 2 AUGUST 1934
BESSIE (Lowrie) GILLATLY
Mrs. David Gillatly, sixth line of Plympton died at her home on Wednesday afternoon. She had been ailing for a few months, but her condition became critical a short time ago. Her maiden name was Bessie Lowrie and she was born at Aberarder, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Lowrie. Forty years ago she married David Gillatly and went to reside at her late residence. She was a Presbyterian and attended the Wyoming Church and was a woman well beloved by all who knew her. Surviving are her husband, two daughters and two sons; Mrs. Wilbert McFarlane of Forest, Mrs. Barrett Forbes of Kertch. Roy and David (Mac) at home. Two children Ada and John predeceased her. Also surviving are four sisters; Mrs. Wesley Park of Sarnia, Mrs. George Ironside of Point Edward; Mrs. William Wright of Flint, Mich; and Miss Kate Lowrie in Inwood; and three brothers, Andrew, Joseph and George Lowrie all of Plympton. The funeral will be held on Friday with service at the home at 2 p.m. and interment in Wyoming Cemetery.
SARNAI OBSERVER 7 OCTOBER 1976
ROY LOWRIE GILLATLY
At Sarnia General Hospital on Wednesday 6 October 1976, Roy Lowrie Gillatly, age 68 years of R.R. 2 Wyoming. Son of David and Bessie Gillatly. Beloved husband of Mae (Fraser) Gillatly, step-father of Ron Gillatly. Dear brother of Mrs. Wilbert (Georgina) McFarlane, Mrs. Barrett (Rae) Forbes both of Forest. Also survived by 3 grandchildren. Janice, David and Dwayne. Predeceased by two brothers John and Mac and one sister Ada. He was a life-long resident of Plympton Township and was an elder of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Wyoming. He was past president of the Plympton-Wyoming Fair Board. Resting at McKay and White Funeral Home, Wyoming, from where funeral service will be held Saturday 9 October at 2 p.m. Rev Hugh Nugent officiating. Sympathy may be expressed by donations to the Cancer Fund or any charity of your choice. Burial Wyoming Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER 28 OCTOBER 1957
David "Mac" Gillatly, 44, of R.R. 2, Wyoming, Plympton Township a farmer all his life died Sunday following a heart seizure at this home. He was the husband of the former Lorina Mae Fraser of Sarnia and Camlachie. Surviving besides his widow, is a son, Ronald at home, two sisters, Mrs. W.J. McFarlane of Forest and Mrs. Barrett Forbes and a brother Roy, both of Plympton Township. Mrs. Gillatly if The Observers county correspondent for the Matlock district in Plympton Township. Funeral will be held from McKay and White Funeral Home on Tuesday at 2.30 p.m. Burial in Wyoming Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER MAY 1996
At her residence on Wednesday 1 May 1996, Mae Gillatly, (nee Fraser) of R.R. #2, Wyoming in her 80th year. Beloved wife of the late David (Mac) Gillatly (1957) and Roy Gillatly (1976). Greatly missed by her son Ron and Vanita Gillatly, R.R.#1, Camlachie, her grandchildren, Janice and Steve Parker of Forest, David and Nancy Gillatly of Camlachie and Dwayne Gillatly of R.R.#1, Camlachie, her great grandchildren, Riley and Randa Gillatly and Sean and Jordyn Parker. A step-sister, Gladys Ferguson of Rochester, New York. Mrs. Gillatly was also predeceased by a sister, Elizabeth Campbell, a brother, Gordon Fraser and a step-sister, Bessie McGregor. Visitors will be received on Friday from 2-4 and 7-9 at the Wyoming Chapel, Broadway Street, Wyoming. The funeral service will be held at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Wyoming on Saturday at 1 p.m. Rev. Jeremy Ashton officiating. As expressions of sympathy, memorial donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario or the Canadian Diabetes Association. Interment in Wyoming Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER 19 FEBRUARY 1929
The funeral of James Gillatly of the Sixth line of Plympton took place on Saturday February 16 the service was conducted by the Rev. M. G. Court, at the family residence. A male quartet consisting of George Dewar, Charles Smith, Arthur Brittain and Robert Dewar, of Wyoming, rendered the music. The floral tributes were numerous and beautiful and a large number of people attended the funeral. The pallbearers were Duncan Ferguson, James Lockie, Roy Wright, Newell Wright, David Shea and Edgar Fleming, all beighbors of the deceased. Interment was made in Wyoming Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER 30 MARCH 1959
Died Saturday 28 March 1959 in the Sarnia General Hospital, Mrs. Andrew M. Gillatly R.R. 2 Wyoming, the former Annie Belle Shea in her 57th year, beloved wife of Madrew M. Gillatly, beloved mother of Mrs. Donald McColl (June) of Plympton Township. Resting at the McKay and White Funeral Home, Wyoming untill Tuesday 31st March, when funeral service will be conducted at 2.30 p.m. by the Reverend Robert Bruce of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. Please omit flowers and donate to the Cander Fund. Interment in Wyoming Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER 1 MAY 1976
Mr. Andrew Gillatly, 873 Main Street, Forest, Ontario, passed away Friday 30 April 1976 in Sarnia General Hospital, in his 73rd year. Born in Plympton Township, son of the late James and Mary Gillatly. Predeceased by his wife Annie Belle. (1959). Dear father of Mrs. Donald (June) McColl of Forest, dear brother of Mrs. Lloyd (Ivadell) Stewardson of Wyoming. Also survived by four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Resting at the McKay and White Funeral Home, Wyoming. Funeral service Monday 3rd May at 2.00 p.m. with Rev hugh Nugent officiating. Visition to commence Saturday evening. Sympathy may be expressed by donations to the Canadian Cancer Society. Interment Wyoming Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER 7 FEBRUARY 1951
At the home of her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. E.O. Blake, Sarnia, Tuesday 6 February Margaret Murray (Armstrong) 71, widow of Thomas Gillatly. Resting at the home of her son Kenneth Gillatly, Concession 6 Plympton until Friday 9 February when the funeral will be held from McKay and White Funeral Home, Wyoming at 2:30 p.m. Interment in Wyoming Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER NOVEMBER 1994
At C.E.E. Hospital Petrolia on Friday, 4 November 1994, Kenneth Gillatly of R.R. #2 Wyoming in his 87th year. Beloved husband of Louise (nee Fisher). Dear father of Mareta and Wayne Walker of Thedford. Dear grandfather of Julie and Paul Walker. Dear great-grandfather of Dustin and Clint Walker. Dear brother of Edythe and Wilbur Johnson of R.R. #2 Wyoming and the late John Gillatly and Mabel Spencer. Mr. Gillatly was an Oddfellow for 66 years and an Elder at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Wyoming for over 50 years. Visitors will be received at the Wyoming Chapel, 650 Broadway St., Wyoming on Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. with the Royal Oak Chapter #108 I.O.O.F. conducting a Memorial Service at 7:30 p.m. Funeral service will be held at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Wyoming on Monday at 2 p.m. Rev. Jeremy Ashton officiating. As expressions of sympathy memorial donations may be made to the C.E.E. Hospital Foundation or St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. Burial in Wyoming Cemetery. Arrangements by the Needham-Jay Funeral Home.
Funeral for Kenneth Gillatly of RR2 Wyoming, was held Nov. 7 at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Wyoming with Rev. Jeremy Ashton officiating. Pallbearers were; Murray Whitely, Wayne King, Murray Wright, Richard Summerville, Bob Beswick and Lorne Burley. Flowerbearers were Larry Johnson, George Hawkins and Duncan Gordon. Burial was at Wyoming Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER 6 APRIL 1977
Mr. John Gillatly, age 66 of R.R. 2, Wyoming passed away at his residence 5 April 1977. Born in Plympton Township. son the the late Thomas and Margaret Gillatly. Beloved husband of Margaret (Ferguson) Gillatly. Dear father of Mrs. Lawrence (Yvonne) Whitely of Wyoming and Mrs. Jim (Beverly) Richardson of Sarnia. Also survived by 8 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Dear brother of Kenneth Gillatly and Mrs. Wilbur (Edith) Johnson both of Wyoming. Predeceased by one sister Mabel. Mr Gillatly was a member of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Wyoming. Resting at the McKay and White Funeral Home, Wyoming. Funeral and committal services Friday 8th April at 2:30 p.m. Sympaty may be expressed by donations to the Canadian Cancer Society. Burial Grandview Memorial Gardenr, Sarnia.
SARNIA OBSERVER 1 DECEMBER 1984
Margaret Winnifred (Ferguson) Gillatly, 75, of Twilight Haven Nursing Home in Petrolia, died Friday, 30 November at Charlotte Eleanor Englehart Hospital. Formerly of Wyoming, Mrs. Gillatly was a member of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Wyoming. She was predeceased by her husband John Gillatly. Surviving are daughters, Mrs. Lawrence (Yvonne) Whitely of Wyoming, and Mrs. Jim (Beverly) Richardson of Sarnia, eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Brother Archie Ferguson of Wyoming, sisters Mildred Thompson of Jacksonville, Fla., and Edith Monteith of Sarnia, also several nieces and nephews. Funeral will be held from the Smith Funeral Home, 1576 London Rd., Monday at 2 p.m. Friends will be received at the funeral home today from 7-9 p.m. and Sunday afternoon and evening. Sympathy may be rxpressed through donations to the Charlotte Eleanor Englehart Hospital Fund or charity of choice. Burial at Grandview Memorial Gardens.
SARNIA OBSERVER 27 APRIL 1957
Died at her late residence, Camlachie, Friday 26th April 1957, Mrs. Ellen Lowrie, beloved wife of Joseph William Lowrie, in her 76th year. Resting at her late residence, Park St., Camlachie until Monday when the funeral service will be held from McKay and White Funeral Home, Wyoming at 2.30 p.m. Interment Wyoming Cemetery.
FOREST STANDARD NEWSPAPER 10 AUGUST 1917
MORIAH MURRAY ROSS
The death of Mrs. William Ross, of this town, occurred last Thursday in Winnipeg where she had gone over two months ago, on the advice of her physician and friends, in hopes a change would prove beneficial to her health, but unexpected complications took place and two weeks ago her condition became serious and her husband was sent for. He arrived in Winnipeg, Sunday 29th July, and found her improved, but a few days later she became suddenly worse and died on 2nd August. The remains were brought here Monday accompanied by Mr. Ross and the deceased's sister, Mr. J.T. Cairns, of Kelloe, Manitoba. The funeral took place from the family residence, Albert Street, Tuesday afternoon to Beechwood Cemetery. Rev. J.R. Laverie officiating. The pallbearers were: James Broughton, J.R. Brush, D. Coultis, T. Daly, R.R. McFarlane, H.B. Stoddart. Her husband, four sons and six daughters survive her: Milton of Winnipeg; Orville of Earon, Colo; Pte. William Ross, now in England with Lambton 149; Cecil at home; Mrs. Harry Totten, of Bosanquet; Mrs. John Kee; Mrs. B.C. Culley, wife of R.M. Serg Culley, also overseas with the 149th; Bertie, Winnie and Jean at home. She is also survived by five brothers and two sisters: David of Battle Creek, Mich; Adam of Vancouver; William of Port Huron; James of New Westminster, B.C.; John of Calgary; Mrs. J.T. Cairns, of Kelloe, Man; and Mrs. G.E. McIntosh of Forest. Mrs. Cairns, David and William attended the funeral. The deceased whose maiden name was Moriah Murray was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Adam Murray, who lived on the 8th concession of Plympton. Mrs. Murray moving to Forest after her husband's death. After their marriage in 1887, Mrs. and Mrs. Ross lived in Oil Springs for a few years and then came to Forest where they have since resided.
FOREST STANDARD NEWSPAPER FEBRUARY 1927
William Ross, well known Forest citizen, died on Thursday night at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H.D. Totten, Lake Road, Bosanquet, in his 66th year. He had been in poor health for several years and had grown worse recently. For many years he had been well known in the district as a cement contractor and had done much work for the municipality of Forest. In his earlier years he was a prominent athlete and took a great interest in the town's sporting events throughout his life. The late Mr. Ross was born on the 12th Concession of Plympton, the son the the late Robert and Eliza (Benson) Ross. He kept a store in Camlachie for about two years before his marriage to Maria Murray of Plympton, at Camlachie 40 years ago. They then moved to Oil Springs and came to Forest 35 years ago. Mrs. Ross died nine years ago. He is survived by 10 children: Mrs. H.D. Totten of Bosanquet; Mrs. J.B. Kee of Sarnia; Mrs. L. McIntyre of Pontiac, Mich; Mrs. V.R. Maylor of Ottawa; Mrs. B.C. Culley and Miss Jean of Orillia; Milton of Miami, Florida; Orville of Colorado; Cecil of Vancouver and William of Detroit; one brother, Samuel Ross of Plympton, and five sisters; Mrs. Joseph Cairns, Camlachie; Mrs. Charles McLean, Mrs. Dora Lang, Mrs. James Gilmore, and Mrs. John Douglas all of Forest. The funeral was held on Sunday afternoon, from the residence of his son-in-law, H.D. Totten, to Beechwood Cemetery for interment. The service was conducted by Rev. A.C. Ristoul and the bearers were; John Watson, Alex Whyte, William Douglas, Duncan Smith, Theodore Wilson and David Coultis.
SARNIA OBSERVER 13 JULY 1938
HARRY D. TOTTEN
The death occurred at his home here yesterday of Harry D. (Doc) Totten, aged 55 years, well known resident of the district. He was provincial fruit inspector for 15 years, serving Sarnia, Forest and surrounding districts. His death came as a shock to the community although he has been in failing health for several months. Mr. Tottedn is survived by his wife and three children; Madeline in Ottawa, Margaret and Osborne at home. A sister Mrs. Gilbert, died several years ago. He was born at Paris, Ontario and when a young man came with his parents. Dr. O. Totten and Mrs. Totten, to Forest. He farmed on the lake road in Bosanquet Township. In 1910 he married Edna Ross, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Ross of Forest. He was a member of the Ancient Free and Accepted Masons Lodge number, 263 at Forest. He was a charter member of Forest Chapter, Order of Eastern Star and aurdent worker for the organization. The funeral will be held from the family residence on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment will be made at Beechwood cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER 17 JUNE 1950
JOHN B. KEE
John B. Kee, aged 57, a former resident of Sarnia and Forest, died yesterday at his home in London, Ont. Mr. Kee was for many years one of the best known hardware travelers in Western Ontario. He moved to London eight years ago. Surviving besides his wife, are a son, Murray of London and 3 daughters; Mrs. Frank Connor and Miss Edna both of London and Mrs. Milton Helman of Ottawa. The funeral will be held at Forest at 2:30 p.m. Sunday with service at the McFarlane Funeral Home. Interment will be at Beechwood Cemetery, Forest.
SARNIA OBSERVER 27 OCTOBER 1927
The death occurred on Wednesday afternoon of John Page, aged 86 years, one of the oldest and most respected residents of this community. The late Mr. Page had been confined to his bed for the past three years. He was born in Fifeshire, Scotland, coming to Canada when 16 years of age. He was a resident of Bosanquet township until forty-two years ago. He then moved to a farm in Enniskillen, and eighteen years ago moved to Wyoming. For the past nine years he has resided with his daughter, Mrs. Andrew Lunam, 8th line of Plympton. He was a Presbyterian until the formation of the United Church of Canada, and in politics was a liberal. He was married to his second wife, formerly Janet Lunam, pre-deceasing him by nine years. Surviving are the following sons and daughters; Danid of Basswood, Man; Mrs. Charles Kelman of Nelson, B.C.; Mrs. James Williamson and Thomas both of Train B.C.; Mrs. Andrew Lunam of Plympton; Alexander of Rockland, B.C.; Andrew and Mrs. Oscar Saunders of Enniskillen and John of London. There are also twelve grandchildren. The funeral will be held from the Lunam home tomorrow at 2 o'clock.
SARNIA OBSERVER 5 AUGUST 1971
Oscar Saunders, of R.R.1 Petrolia, died Wednesday in Twilight Haves, Nursing Home. He was born in Brooke Township and was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Saunders. He worked in oil production at Marthaville, prior to taking up residence on 12th concession of Enniskillen where he farmed for the past 20 years. He was a member of St. Andrew's B and E United Church. Surviving is his wife the former Elizabeth Page, a daughter, Mrs. Ken Drope, of R.R.1 Petrolia; three grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral service will take place Saturday at 3 p.m. from William Jay Funeral Home, Petrolia with Rev. J. Barnard officiating. Burial will be in Hillsdale Cemetery. Sympathy may be expressed through donations to the Ontario Heart Fund.
SARNIA OBSERVER FEBRUARY 1978
ELIZABETH (PAGE) SAUNDERS
At C.E.E. Hospital, Petrolia on Wednesday 8 Feb 1978, Elizabeth (Page) Saunders, age 88 of R.R. 1 Petrolia. Beloved wife of the late Oscar Saunders. Dear mother of Margaret (Mrs. Ken Drope), Petrolia. Sister of Tom Page of Trail, B.C. Also survived by grandchildren, Helen (Mrs. Carl Annett) of Wyoming, Keith Drope, R.R.1 Petrolia and seven great grandchildren. Resting at the Needham-Jay Funeral Home, Petrolia after 7 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Friday at 3:30 p.m. Interment Hillsdale Cemetery, Petrolia. Donations may be made to the C.E.E. Hospital Building Fund.
SARNIA OBSERVER AUGUST 1995
At C.E.E. Hospital Petrolia on Monday 21 August 1995, Margaret Drope (nee Saunders), 80 years of Fiddicks's Nursing Home, Petrolia and formerly of R.R.1, Petrolia. Beloved wife of the late Kenneth Drope, (25 June 1995). Dear mother of Helen and Carl Annett of R.R.2 wyoming, Keith and Marjorie Drope of R.R.1 Petrolia and the late Murray Drope (1974). Dear mother in law of Janet Drope of Petrolia. Dear grandmother of Mark and Angela Annett, Debbra and Brian Allen, Len and Larry Annett, Darlene and Darren Kirwen, David Drope and Jennifer and Rod Tramble. Also survived by 7 great grandchildren and a nephew Bill Drope. Visitors will be received on Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the Needham-Jay Funeral Home, Petrolia, where the funeral service will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. Rev. Blair Corcoran officiating. As expressions of sympathy memorial donations may be made to the C.E.E. Hospital Foundation or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario. Interment in Hillsdale Cemetery.
LONDON FREE PRESS APRIL 1995
At her late residence Kettle Point, on Saturday 15 April 1995, Gladys Fern (Lunam) McFarlane, in her 69th year. Beloved wife of the late Huron McFarlane and Eli Henry. Loving mother of Raymond and Victoria Henry of Kettle Point and Rita and Joe Borhi of London. Also survived by 7 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Dear sister of Mervin, Raymond, Lyle and Delores (Mrs. Dale George) all of Kettle Point and Clayton of Muncey. Resting at the family residence, Kettle Point, for visitation, hence to Kettle Point United Church for service on Wednesday, 19th April at 1 p.m. Gilpin Funeral Chapel Forest, 786-4964. Interment Kettle Point Cemetery.
LONDON FREE PRESS MAY 1997
WILFRED F. LUNHAM
At the North Lambton Rest Home, Forest on Tuesday 13 May 1997, Wilfred F. Lunham of Kettle Point in his 80th year. Loving brother of Jean George of Kettle Point. Predeceased by brothers David, Bill, Howard and Walter. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Resting at the residence of his sister Jean George, Kettle Point until Saturday 17 May 1997, thence to St. John's Anglican Church, Kettle Point for service at 11:00 A.M. Interment Kettle Point Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER JULY 1933
FRANCES D. BRYDGES
PETROLIA 5 July: While playing with a number of other children at her home on Centre Street, last evening, Frances Dorothy Brydges, 14 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brydges, was electrocuted. It is believed that the child was seeking a place in a tree in which to hang a swing and after climbing to the height of the wires became tired and sat down. It was then that she touched the live high tension lines. The other children noticed the accident immediately and summoned the girl's father who removed her from the tree. The family had moved to Petrolia early in June, coming from the Enniskillen-Plympton townline. Frances was a fourth book student at S.S. No.23 Enniskillen township before coming to Petrolia and making an excellent showing in her work. The parents, two sisters and seven brothers survive, as well as Mrs. E. Beebe 292 Confederation street, Sarnia, who is her grandmother. Alvin Styles and O.K. Milliken, Sarnia township are uncles of the child. Chief of Police Frank Knapp investigated and it is believed that because of the nature of the fatality no inquest will be necessary. The funeral arrangements had not been completed today.
SARNIA OBSERVER 22 DECEMBER 1977
KATHLEEN (Bridges) JACKSON
Mrs. Kathleen Pearl Jackson, 55, of RR2, Hepworth, Ont., formerly of Wilkesport, Ont., died today at University Hospital, London. Wife of Calvin, she was born and raised on the Plympton and Enniskillen townships townlines. Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Burton Bridges. Following her marriage, she was a resident of the Marthaville area. She was a member of the Sombra Rebekah Lodge. She is survived by her husband, one daughter, Mrs. William (Mary) Card of Sombra, three sons, Bruce of Wilksport, Edward of Sarnia and Wilfred at home, nine grandchildren. She was predeceased by one son, Cal, in 1953. Also survived by one sister, Mrs. Norman (Blanche) Wilson of Watford and eight brothers. Arthur of Toronto, Vincent, Ross, Eldon, and Jack all of Sarnia, Ralph of Ingersoll and Lorne of London. She was a resident of Wilksport for over 20 years where her husband operated a hardware and electrical business. She resided at Hepworth, Ont., for the past seven years. The body is at Steadman Brothers Memorial Chapel, Brigden. Funeral service will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. Burial will be at Wilksport Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER APRIL 1987
Calvin Jackson age 75, died at Twilight Haven, 24 April 1987, beloved husband of Kathleen Brydges (1977), formerly of Wilkesport, Sauble Beach, and Sarnia. Dear father of Bruce of Red Deer, Ed of Sarnia, Mary (Mrs. William Card), of Wilkesport, Wilfred of Sauble Beach, brother of William, Harvey, June (Mrs. Larry Brennon), Madeline (Mrs. Jack Bailey) all of Sarnia, Marjorie (Mrs. Basil Vandenberge) of London, Ann (Mrs. Earl Considine) of Detroit, 13 grandchildren. Friends are received Saturday and Sunday afternoon and evening, Steadman Brothers Memorial Chapel Brigden. Funeral service conducted on Monday 27th April at 1:30 p.m. Interment Wilkesport Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER 28 NOVEMBER 1962
GARY ALLEN BRYDGES
A six year old Sarnia Township boy lost his life yesterday afternoon when he tumbled from the back of a farm tractor into the path of the disk harrow. The dead boy is Gary Allen Brydges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Brydges of Sarnia RR2. The boy together with his five year old brother Robert was riding the back of the tractor when Gary fell off. The tractor was being driven by a close friend of the boy's parents William Coyne, 2311 Churchill Road, in the township. Mr. Coyne was working on his farm property at the time of the accident. The harrow was being towed by the tractor. The little boy fell into the pathway of the whirling discs when Mr. Coyne started to turn the machinery. Lambton Coroner Dr. R. Douglas MacKinlay pronounced the boy dead at the accident scene. Surviving besides the boy's parents are three sisters, Helen, Linda and Debra at home; three brothers, Larry, Ronald and Robert at home, his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson of Dawn Township; a great grandmother, Mrs. Lenora Thompson of Dawn. The body is resting at the D.J. Robb Funeral Home where service will be held Friday 30 November at 1:30 p.m. Interment will be in Grandview Cemetery.
LONDON FREE PRESS APRIL 1995
At St. Joseph's Health Centre, Sarnia on Saturday 15 April 1995, John Dalton Brydges, age 159 years of Sarnia. Beloved husband of Joan (Wilkinson) Brydges. Loved father of Rebecca Lea Brydges of Whitby and Robert Ian Brydges of Camlachie. Dear brother of Alvin of Sarnia, Arthur of Chatham, Lorne of London and Blanche Wilson of Watford. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by parents Thomas and Elizabeth Brydges, brothers Edwin, Ralph, Vincent, Ross and Eldon and sisters Kathleen Jackson and Frances Brydges. Mr. Brydges was a longtime employee of Polymer and an avid sportsman in basketball, baseball and golf (2 holes in one). The funeral service will be held on Tuesday 18 April 1995 at 1:00 P.M. from Laurel Lea-St. Matthews Presbyterian Church, 837 Exmouth Street, Sarnia. Rev. J. Smith officiating. Friends will be received at the Smith Funeral Home, 1576 London Road, (Hwy 7), Sarnia on Monday afternoon 2-4 and 7-9. Sympath through donations to the Canadian Diabetic Association would be appreciated by the family. Cremation to follow the service.
WYOMING ENTERPRISE 18 JUNE 1903
By the death of Mrs. William Helps, this district has lost another of its pioneers. Mrs. Helps who was in the 67th year of her age, was born in Berwickshire Scotland in 1836 and came to Canada when a girl of tender years with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Cairns. When she had reached her sixteenth year, she married Mr. Helps and the young couple settled on a bush farm to hew out a home for themselves in the days when everything was a wild wilderness, and blazed trees were used as guides for roads. Mr. and Mrs. Helps lived on the farm forty-five years, moving first to the village of Oil Springs where they remained three years, afterwards coming to Wyoming where they have since resided. Mrs. Helps was the mother of thirteen children of whom there are five dead. The children still living are, Henry Helps, 4th Concession Plympton,James and William of Alpena Michigan, Samuel of Wyoming, Mrs. Wm. Searle of Enniskillen, Mrs. John Polon of Michigan, Mrs. George Lucas, 4th Concession Plympton and Mrs. James Turner of Sarnia. Mrs. Helps had thirty-six grandchildren and one great grandchild of whom twenty-nine were present at her funeral which took place to the Wyoming Cemetery on Saturday. Many friends of both families were present to witness the last sad rites. Mrs. Helps has lived a devoted Christian life for years and will begreatly missed by a large circle of friends with whom she was connected.
WYOMING ENTERPRISE 18 FEB 1909
The death of William Helps which took place at the home of his son, Samuel Helps of Sarnia Township on Wednesday evening the 10th Feb 1909, removes from our midst another of Lambton's pioneers. Mr. Helps was 77 years of age. When but a child of one year of age, he came to Canada with his parents. They settled near Camlachie where the subject of this sketch grew to manhood. He afterwards settled on the old home-stead, Lot 5 Con 7 Plympton. Mr. Helps married in the year 1852. To Mr. and Mrs. Helps were born thirteen children of whom four sons..Henry, William, James and Samuel and four daughters..Mrs. Wm. Searle, Mrs. John Polon, Mrs. James Turner and Mrs. George Lucas survive. Mr. Helps for some years resided in our town and while here, was one of our most highly esteemed residence. He was a faithful member of the Methodist Church, having for several years been a member of the Quarterly and Trustee Boards. The funeral which was very largely attended by friends who came to pay their last tribute of respect to the memory of this departed pioneer, took place from the residence of his son, Mr. Henry Helps, London Road on Friday the 12th Feb. A number of friends and relatives were present from Croswell Michigan, Detroit, St. Thomas and surrounding country. The Rev. L.W. Reid assisted by Rev. Fydell, an old pastor of the deceased officiated.
SARNIA OBSERVER MARCH 1973
JOHN (JACK) ORMEROD WOLSEY
At St. Petersburg, Florida on Monday 19 March 1973, John (Jack) Ormerod Wolsey, age 62 of 495 Errol Road West, beloved husband of Mae (Norton) Wolsey, dear son of Mrs. Daniel (Ann) Wolsey, brother of Mrs. Alfred (Doris) Addie, both of Sarnia. Resting at the McKenzie and Blundy Funeral Home, 431 Christina St., north after 2 p.m. Wednesday until Thursday noon when remains will be transferred to Central United Church for service at 1:30 p.m. A Masonic service under the direction of the officers of Liberty Lodge No. 419 A.F. and A.M. will be held at the Funeral Home Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Interment in Lakeview Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER 9 DECEMBER 1981
Clara May Wolsey, of 495 Errol Road West, died Tuesday at Sarnia General Hospital. Born in England, she lived in London, Brantford, Chatham and Sudbury, Ontario, prior to coming to Sarnia 34 years ago. She was a very active member of Central United Church in giving herself for other people. She was the wife of the late John O. Wolsey and sister of Dorothy Robertson of London, Ont., and Richard Norton of Dallas, Texas. Funeral will be held from the McKenzie and Blundy Funeral Home, on Thursday at 1 p.m. with Rev. W.A. Sayers officiating. Visitation at the funeral home, after 2 p.m. today. As an expression of sympathy, friends who wish, may send memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, 110 Elgin St., or the charity of choice. Burial in Lakeview Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER 2 MAY 1981
Alfred Addie, 67, of 1064 Brenchley St., died Thursday at Victoria Hospital in London. He was a retired Polysar Ltd., employee with 30 years service, member of Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club, Glenview Golf and Curling Club, the Sergeant's Mess and the Petrolia Branch 216 of the Royal Canadian Legion. He served overseas with the 4th Field Regiment and is survived by his wife, the former Doris Wolsey, daughters Mrs. David (Linda) McShane and Karen, both of Sarnia, brothers G.A. Addie of Sarnia and Russell of Vancouver. Funeral will be held from the D.J. Robb Funeral Home Monday at 1 p.m. with burial at Grandview Memorial Gardens. Sympathy may be expressed through the Heart Foundation or charity of choice. Visitation is on Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.
SARNIA OBSERVER 5 APRIL 1968
William Martin, 35, of 399 London Road, apartment 7, died at his residence today. He was born in Sarnia, and was employed by McKee Construction Company. Surviving is his wife, the former Patricia Spurko, a son, Harold, a daughter Kelly; his father Harold Martin; two brothers, Donald and Robert; two sisters, Marilyn and Mrs. Ronald (Dianne) Turley, all of Sarnia. Funeral service will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. from the D. J. Robb Funeral Home. Burial will be in Lakeview Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER APRIL 1968
Funeral service for William A. Martin was held from D.J. Robb Funeral Home, Saturday. Rev. George Young of Paterson Memorial Presbyterian Church officiated. Pallbearers were Jack Guilfoyle, Gordon Neely, Gary Cole, James Crossman, Ronald and Orville Demeray. Husband of Patricia (Spurko) Martin. Mr. Martin died at his residence, 399 London Road, Apt 7, Wednesday. Burial was in Lakeview Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER - DATE NOT KNOWN
GARY HAROLD MARTIN
Eighteen year-old Gary Harold Martin of 423 Wellington Street, died in St. Joseph's Hospital, London, from head injuries he suffered in a car tree crash early Saturday afternoon. The youth, and three companions were injured after their car skidded head-on into a tree on Highway No.22 near Lobo, 10 miles west of London. The three others, John Strachan, 19, Patrick McKenna, 16, and Robert Struthers, 16, were released from hospital after treatment of minor injuries. Martin was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin and was a former circulation department employee of The Sarnia Observer. The body is at the D.J. Robb Funeral Home, where service will he held on Wednesday at 3.30 p.m. with burial following at Primrose, Memorial Gardens, Sarnia Township. Surviving besides his parents are two sisters, Mrs. Ronald Turley (Diane) of Sarnia and Marilyn at home; three brothers, William A. in the Royal Canadian Navy, Donald A. of Sarnia and Robert L. at home; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Martin, 769 East Talfour Street and Mrs. A. Demeray of 226 Napier Street.
SARNIA OBSERVER 10 JULY 1941
LILLIAN MAE STRUCK
Lillian Mae Struck, aged 27, wife of Elgin Struck, 472 Campbell street, died at the Sarnia General Hospital of Wednesday, July 10. The funeral will be held from the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin, East Talford street, on Saturday at 2 p.m., and interment will take place at Lakeview cemetery. The deceased is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin, her husband, Elgin; three daughters, Barbara, Nancy and Patsy at home and one son John Elgin also at home; one brother, Harold Martin, Point Edward. Mrs. Elgin Struck was born in Sarnia and was a member of the Devine Street United Church where she had conducted a Sunday school class.
SARNIA OBSERVER 14 JULY 1941
LILLIAN MAY STRUCK
The funeral of Lillian May Struck was held on Saturday at 2 p.m., from the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin, East Talford street. A solo was sung by Mrs. Russell Fulcher, "Abide With Me," accompanied by Mr. Foster. Pallbearers were: Wesley Lucas, Raymond Lucas, Carl Lucas, Cecil Helps, Stuart Kerr, and Edward Mackey. Rev. A.A. Mathews officiated and interment was made at Lakeview cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER JANUARY 1988
ELGIN (AL) STRUCK
Elgin (AL) Struck, aged 76, died at St. Joseph's Hospital Wednesday 6 January 1988. Beloved husband of Amelia Pretty of 269 Finch Drive, Clearwater. Retired employee with over 30 years at Polysar. Dear father of Barbara (Mrs. William Kilbreath) of Sarnia, Nancy (Mrs. Charles Roberts) of Wallaceburg, Pat (Mrs. Murray Mills) of Oil Springs, Jack of Corunna, Frances (Mrs. Peter Clarke) of Winnipeg, Russell and June of Brigden, Dorothy (Mrs. Marcel Gauthier) of Germany: 20 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Brother of Charles of Toledo, Nephew of Miss Ann Struck of Toronto. Friends are received Thursday and Friday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Steadman Brothers Memorial Chapel, Brigden. Funeral service will be conducted on Saturday 9th January at 1:30. Interment Black Creek Cemetery. (Cancer and Arthritic Society).
SARNIA OBSERVER 14 FEBRUARY 1980
NELLIE (LUCAS) LUTTS
In Miami, Flordia on Tuesday, 12th February 1980 Ellen Ellenia (Nellie) (Lucas) (Paget) (Holmes) (Haas) Lutts aged 83, wife of Leon Lutts of 1111 N. West 142 Street Miami, Flordia, grandmother of John and Michael Paget, Gayelyn and Bonnie Lee Paget all of Cleveland, great grandmother of Nicholas and Annmarie Paget of Cleveland.
Funeral services will be held from the D.J.Robb Funeral Home on Friday 15th February at 10:30 a.m. with burial in the family plot in the Wyoming Cemetery, Wyoming Ont. Sympathy may be expressed through donations to the Sarnia Chapter 6, O.E.S. Memorial Fund.
NAME OF NEWSPAPER IS NOT KNOWN
WARREN J. JONES
Suddenly, on Friday 29 December 1961, at his late residence, 37 -10th St. New Toronto, Warren J. Jones, dearly beloved husband of Myrtle Lucas and loving father of James (Toronto) and brother of William (Toronto). Orval (Watford), Lloyd (London), Elgeretta (Mrs. J. Campbell), Ferndale, Mich. Resting at the Ridley Funeral Home Ltd., 980 Lake Shore Rd., at 14th St., New Toronto, after 1 p.m. Saturday until 4 p.m. Sunday thence to the McKay and White funeral home, Wyoming, Ont., for funeral service on Tuesday, 2 January at 2 p.m. Interment Wyoming Cemetery.
WATFORD GUIDE ADVOCATE OCTOBER 1899
GEORGE SHIRLEY, ESQUIRE
The funeral of the late George Shirley, Esq., who died on Wednesday 25th October in his 76th year, took place on Friday afternoon from the family residence, St. Clair St., to St. James Cemetery, Brooke. Notwithstanding the inclement weather a large number turned out to pay the last tribute of respect to an old and honored citizen. The funeral service was conducted by the Rev. J. Downie, B.D., assisted by the Rev. W.G.H. McAlister, M.A., and Rev. R. Haddow, B.D. The pallbearers were George R. Shirley, John Shirley, R. Alexander, J.R. Logan, Paul Kingston and Wm. Kelly. The deceased was twice married and leaves a family of 2 sons, George R., of Brooke; and E.J., of Watford; and 4 daughters, Miss Sarah; Mrs. Paul Kingston of Brooke; Mrs. Robert Alexander of Warwick; and Mrs. John R. Logan of Sarnia, by his 1st wife, who was Miss Margaret King. In October 1891, he was married to Mrs. McCaw of Brockville, who survives him. Mrs. Willoughby of Watford and Mrs. Duncan of Lanark are the only surviving sisters. The late Mr. Shirley was born in the Township of Drummond, Lanark County, in 1823, and was a son of William Shirley, of that place. He came west about 1846, settling in the Township of Brooke, where he continued to reside until 10 years ago when he removed to Watford. Being a man of superior ability and thorough knowledge of municipal and political affairs he speedily came into prominence and filled many positions of trust and responsibility, among others, Clerk and Reeve of Brooke, for a number of years, Warden of Lambton, County Auditor, Reeve of Watford for 2 terms, Justice of the Peace, President and Treasurer of the East Lambton Liberal Conservative Association, Returning Officer, and at the time of his death was a member of the Watford Council. He took an active and leading part in politics and in 1879 was the Conservative candidate in East Lambton against Peter Graham, the latter winning by a narrow majority. Few men were better informed on the issues of the day, or had the faculty of presenting their views more clearly or forcibly. In his death, Lambton loses one of its most prominent and ablest citizens, whose work has left its impress on the history of the county. (Private services were held in the house previous to interment, as some of the relatives feared to face the heavy downpour of rain. His sister, Mrs. Duncan, resides in the County of Leeds instead of Lanark, and his nephew, W.G. Willoughby, was one of the pallbearers, the name of Mr. Kelly being mentioned mistakenly.)
WATFORD GUIDE ADVOCATE MAY 1925
SARAH ANN SHIRLEY
The death of Miss Sarah Ann Shirley occurred after a brief illness, at the home of her sister, Mrs. John R. Logan, 298 Wellington St., Sarnia, on Sunday 17th May 1925. The deceased was in her 75th year and was the eldest daughter of the late George Shirley and had spent her entire life in this community. Miss Shirley won for herself many true friends by her sterling character and integrity. She leaves to mourn her loss 2 sisters, Mrs. John R. Logan of Sarnia and Mrs. Paul Kingston of Watford, also 2 brothers George of Watford and Edward James of Oshawa. On Monday, after a short service at the home of her sister, Mrs. Logan, conducted by Rev. F.G. Newton, the body was brought to Trinity Church, Watford. The service which was largely attended by relatives and friends was very ably conducted by Rev. J.H. Hosford, assisted by the choir. The pallbearers were; John R. Logan, W.E. Fitzgerald, John Carroll, Roland King, George F, Kingston and Paul S. Kingston. Friends from Oshawa, Sarnia and Brantford attended the funeral. Interment was made in St. James Cemetery, Brooke.
WATFORD GUIDE ADVOCATE 13 MARCH 1928
The death occurred at his home on Wall Street Monday morning of Mr. Paul Kingston, a well known resident of Brooke and Watford, after a lengthy illness. He had been in poor health for some time, but suffered a stroke on Friday, from which he did not regain consciousness. He was married in 1885 to Elizabeth Shirley, who with a family of 1 daughter and 3 sons, survive him. His 1 daughter Mrs. Ernest Campbell of Brantford; Fred and George in Sarnia and Paul on the homestead. Also 4 sisters; Mrs. J. Coke of Watford; Mrs. L.W. Guy of Leclaire, Sask., and Misses Eliza and Ann Jane Kingston of Watford. He was born in Toronto, the son of Paul Kingston and Martha Johnson, both of whom came from Ireland, and he was the 15th Paul Kingston in his family line. Mr. Kingston was a like long member of the Orange Order, and also served a number of years on Brooke Municipal Council. The funeral was held on Wednesday afternoon, service being conducted in Trinity Church by his rector, Rev. J.H. Hosford, following a short family service at the home, and interment was made in St. James Church Cemetery, Brooke. The pallbearers were: James K. Kelly, Alex Kelly, Clarence Coke, Walter W. Edwards, Lachlan McLean and Dan McDonald. Among those from a distance who were here for the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Campbell and 2 children, Shirley and Doris Pauline of Brantford; Mr. and Mrs. George F. Kingston and Mr. F.B. Kingston of Sarnia; Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bailey of Wyoming; Mrs. L.W. Guy of Leclaire, Sask; Mrs. John R. Logan, Mr. Gordon Logan, Mrs. Wm. Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Guy of Sarnia.
WATFORD GUIDE ADVOCATE APRIL 1960
In Toronto General Hospital on Friday 15 April 1960, Paul Kingston in his 75th year. Brother of George of Sarnia, Fred of Warwick Township and Mrs. Kathleen Campbell of Brantford. Remains resting at the Harper Funeral Home, Watford until Monday noon. Service will be held at St. James Church, Brooke Township on Monday 18 April at 2 p.m. Masonic Service at the Funeral Home Sunday night at 8:30. Interment in St. James Church Cemetery.
SARNIA OBSERVER FEBRUARY 1967
FREDERICK B. KINGSTON
At Sarnia General Hospital on Tuesday 31 January 1967, Frederick B. Kingston, age 78, beloved husband of Gertrude A. Ryckman of 171 S. Mitton Street. Dear father of Mrs. Ronald (Mary) Mansfield of Sarnia, Miss Florence, William and Thomas all at home, Paul of R.R. #1 Camlachie, George and Robert of R.R. #4, Petrolia, brother of Mrs. Ernest (Kathleen) Campbell of Brantford and George of Sarnia, 10 grandchildren also survive. The late Mr. Kingston is resting at the D.J. Robb Funeral Home where service will be held Friday, 3rd February at 1:00 p.m. Interment St. James Cemetery, Brooke.
SARNIA OBSERVER MARCH 1974
GEORGE FRANKLIN KINGSTON
In Lambton Twilight Haven, Petrolia on Saturday 9 March 1974, George Franklin Kingston, in his 84th year. A former Sarnia businessman. Dear husband of the late Florence M. Willoughby. Dear brother of Mrs. Ernest Campbell (Kathleen) of Toronto, also survived by several nieces and nephews. Resting at the Harper Funeral Home, Watford where service will be held on Tuesday 12th March at 2 p.m. Interment in St. James Cemetery, Brooke Township.
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