C-Obituaries & Funeral Announcements
Sat 10 May 1975 Chronicle Journal
Caldwell, Norman C.
Thurs 4 Sept 1913 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Norman C. Caldwell, the seven weeks
old son of Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Caldwell of Slate River died yesterday after a short illness. The funeral was held from the family residence at Slate River to
Mountain View Cemetery.
Caldwell, Robert Campbell
Sat 25 Jan 1919 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred this morning
at 6:30 o'clock in McKellar Hospital of Robert Campbell Caldwell of Moose Hill. He leaves to mourn his loss, his wife, three sons, Clifford, Cecil and Frederick
and five daughters, Christina, Mrs. Earl Merritt; Ethel, Mrs. Herbert G. Gammond of Slate River; and Hazel, Elizabeth and Laura, at home. Mr. Caldwell was 54 years
of age and has been suffering for the past two years. Mrs. Merritt's and Mrs. Gammonds's husbands are at present overseas. Funeral particulars will be announced later.
Caldwell, Sarah Margaret (Foster)
Thurs 10 Nov 1938 Fort William Daily Times Journal
A pioneer resident
of the city and district, Mrs. Sarah Margaret Caldwell, died this morning shortly after midnight at the family home in West Scoble Township. She was 63 years
of age. Mrs. Caldwell was well known here and highly respected. She took an active part in community affairs and was past president of the Women's Institute
at Moose Hill. Death came after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Caldwell was born in Ottawa on February 26, 1875, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foster, and one
of a large family. She received her education in Ottawa and there was married to the late Robert Campbell Caldwell, with whom she came to Fort William with 35
years ago. The couple settled in Westfort and seven years later went to Scoble, where they took a homestead and after years of work established a fine farm home.
Mr. Caldwell died about 20 years ago. Mrs. Caldwell is survived by three sons and three daughters. The sons are Clifford, at home; Fred of Fort William and now
on survey work at Orient Bay; and Cecil at Pine River. The daughters are; Laura, at home; Hazel, Mrs. Frank Haggis, of Windsor; and Elizabeth, R.N. graduate of
the McKellar Hospital training school for nurses, who now is employed at the Essex County sanitorium. There are ten grandchildren and one great grandchild. Also
surviving are two sisters, Mrs. E. Pallister, of Ottawa and Mrs. M. Higman of Seattle. Funeral arrangements have not been completed yet pending word from the sons
Caldwell, William Clifford
Thurs 18 Apr 1946 Fort William Daily Times Journal
William Clifford Caldwell, 45,
resident of East Scoble until nearly five years ago, when he commenced employment at the Canadian Car and Foundry plant here, died in hospital this morning. He had
been employed steadily at the Canadian Car plant until October when he took ill. Since that time he had been able to work only periodically because of his health.
While in the city he had made his home with a sister, Mrs. J. McRae, 223 Leith Street, and a brother Fred, 130 E. Mary Street. Born at Ottawa on January 13, 1901,
he came to Fort William with his parents and family in 1905. Eight years later the family moved to East Scoble and commenced farming there. His father, Robert C.
Caldwell, died in 1919, and hsi mother Sarah Margaret Caldwell, died in 1938. Two brothers and five sisters also predeceased him. Surviving are two brothers, Fred
and Cecil of Crooks Township, and three sisters, Laura, Mrs. McRae; Elizabeth, Mrs. Ellis Smith, Brantford, Ont.; and Hazel, Mrs. Frank Haggis, Sarnia, Ont. There
are eleven nieces and nephews and uncles and aunts in Ottawa and Vancouver. Mr. Caldwell was a member of the United Church of Canada and was well known in the city
and in the Slate River area. The body is at the Jenkens and Son Chapel and funeral arrangements will be announced later.
Mon 9 Jan 1939 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occured suddenly Saturday morning
of Colin Campbell, of Marks Township, a resident of the district for the last 35 years. He was 74 years old. Mr. Campbell was stricken while stopping overnight
with his daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Sylvanus Campbell, Kakabeka. Becoming ill at his home, Mr. Campbell was on his way into the city to obtain medical treatment. He stopped Friday night at Mrs.
Campbell's residence. When she went to awaken him on Saturday morning he was dead. Born at Herrington, Quebec, he resided there until coming to this district
35 years ago. For the last twenty years he had resided in Marks Township. He was well known to many resdients of the city and district and news of his sudden
demise comes as a shock to all who knew him. He is survived by two sons, Manson of Marks Township and Sylvanus, of Cutler, Ontario. Ten grandchildren survive also.
His wife died eight years ago. The funeral will be held tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the residence of his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Sylvanus Campbell,
Kakabeka. Rev. David Gardner of Murillo United Church will officiate and burial will be in the O'Connor Cemetery.
Tues 7 Mar 2006 The Chronicle Journal
Campbell, Malcolm "Mac" Donald
Fri 1 Dec 2006 The Chronicle Journal
Mr. Malcolm Donald Campbell, aged 72 years
of South Gillies passed away November 29th, 2006 at the Thunder Bay Regional Science Center, died after a battle with cancer. Born in Kakabeka and resided in South
Gillies for 38 years is predeceased by his father Manson, and mother Orphie (Anderson). Also sister Della Campbell and great nephew Jimmy Littleford. Mac worked all
his life doing bush work in various areas of Gillies Township for private contractors. He loved to play cribbage and bingo with his friends and will be sadly missed
by all. Sadly missed by wife Anna of 38 wonderful years, 8 sisters and 3 brothers, sister-in-laws and brother-in-laws. Also survived by numerous nephews, nieces,
great nephews and great nieces, plus many others who lovingly called him 'Uncle". Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, December 5th, 2006 at 11:00 am at Hope
Christian Reformed Church with Pastor Bob Vance officiating. Cremation has taken place. If friends desire a donation to the Northern Cancer Research Foundation or
Hope Christian Reform Building Fund would be appreciated. Arrangements in care of the Sargent & Son Funeral Directors, 21 N. Court Street.
Cardiff, Leonard H.
Sat 33 June 1951 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Leonard H. Cardiff, 42, of Center Avenue,
Westfort, died in hospital Friday evening. He was ill but a few hours after suffering a stroke. Born in the district, he attended Port Arthur Technical School and
the Fort William Business College. He had resided eight years in Winnipeg where he was a member of the police force. For the last six years he had been employed
as a security officer with the Great Lakes Paper Co. He was a member of St. Thomas Anglican church and the International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Papermill
Workers, Great Lakes Local No. 39. He was fond of sports, particularly baseball, hunting and fishing. Surviving are his wife the former Ada Chadwell of Kakabeka
Falls, daughter Shirley, Mrs. William Suttie of Walsh Street, Fort William, Leona and Lorraine at home. Sons Leonard and Leland at home. Also surviving are his
mother and father, Mr and Mrs. Lindsay Cardiff of O'Connor township and a sister Marjorie of Dorion. The funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Monday from St. Thomas
Anglican church, Westfort to Mountain View Cemetery with the Rev. Morris L. Goodman officiating. The body will be removed at 11 a.m. Monday from the George E.
Blake Chapel to the church to lie instate until the hour of the service.
Wed 21 Mar 1926 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Audrey Caren, two-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. Caren, Stanley,
passed away yesterday morning after a brief illness, having taken suddenly ill on Sunday night. The funeral will be held on Thursday at Stanley.
Caren, Ethel Winnifred
Wed 18 Nov 1936 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred in a Port Arthur
Hospital at 3 o'clock this morning of Ethel Winnifred Caren, of Stanley, aged 52. Born in England, Mrs. Caren came to this district with her parents, the late
Mr. and Mrs. George Steen, and had lived in Stanley 49 years. She was well known and respected resident of Stanley and had been president of the Stanley Women's
Institute until September l last, when she resigned owing to ill health. She was a member of the Anglican Church. She leaves, besides her husband who is section
foreman for Canadian National Railways, at Stanley, one son Jack and two grandchildren, in Stanley; one brother George Steen, Jean street, Port Arthur; and three
sisters, Mrs. William Kearney, Dryden; Mrs. A. Baumer, New Westminster, BC.; and Mrs. T.J.Code, Atikokan. The funeral will be held on Friday afternoon from the
funeral home, 21 Court street north, Port Arthur to St. George's Anglican Church where service will be conducted at 2 o'clock by Rev. Father L.I. Greene. Interment
will be in Stanley Cemetery.
Caren, Gerald Kenneth
Mon 20 Dec 2004 The Chronicle Journal
Thurs 15 Jan 1953 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Axel Carlson, 68, Ware Township,
died in hospital today after a two-month illness. He had farmed in Ware for the past 40 years. Born in Sweden, he came to Canada 46 years ago. He was married
there to the former Annie Hendrickson, 36 years ago. Besides his wife, surviving are four sons, Elmer of 118 Bethune Street, Fort William; Elgen of Geraldton;
Archie at home; and Eddy of Geraldton. There are six grandchildren. A brother, Werner, also lives in Ware Township. The body rests at the Everest Chapel pending
Carlson, Axel Fri 16 Jan 1953 Fort William Daily Times Journal *****
The funeral of Axel Carlson, 65, Ware
Township, who died Thursday will be held at 2 p.m. Monday from the Everest Funeral Chapel to Ware Cemetery for burial. Rev. T. Pajala will officiate.
Sat 3 June 1944 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The funeral of Sam Carson, Shebandowan, who died Wednesday, was held yesterday afternoon from Everest's Chapel
at 2 o'clock to Mountain View Cemetery. Rev. J.D. McKenzie of First Church United officiated. There were two hymns
"What A Friend We Have In Jesus" and "Lead Kindly Light" with Mrs. P. Whitely at the organ. Pallbearers were Roy Emerson,
Chas McKinnon, E.W. Cross, J.G. Cross, R.J. Cross and W. Abercrombie.
Thurs 2 June 1932 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Following a short illness, the death
occurred last night in a Port Arthur Hospital of Charles Carr, farmer, of Silver Mountain. Mr. Carr who was 72 years old, was born in Antwerp, N.Y. U.S.A.,
and had resided in this district about ten years. Besides his wife, he leaves one son, John, of Indianapolis, Ind.; and three daughters, Mrs. Frank Stevens,
of Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Colbert Templin of St. Ignatius, U.S.A.; and Mrs. Allan Thomas of Silver Mountain. He also is survived by eight grandchildren. Funeral
arrangements are incomplete.
Carr, Russell C.
Mon 6 Jan 1958 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The funeral of Russell C. Carr, 5 1/2 year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carr, of Kenora, who died New Years's Eve at the Children's Hospital, Winnipeg, was held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. in the Jenkens Funeral
Home. Rev. D. M. Burns of First Church United officiated. Internment was in the family plot Mountain View Cemetery. Services were largely attended by family
friends and Mr. Carr's former fellow employees of the Ontario Department of Highways. The hymn When he Cometh was sung. Pallbearers were Thomas Legros, Murray
Thatcher, A. Sangster and Art Bailey. Attending from out of town were his parents Mr. and Mrs. Carr who accompanied the body from Winnipeg.
Carroll, Francis Wilke
Mon 23 Feb 1931 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred early this morning
after a short illness of Baby Francis Wilke Carroll, 5 1/2 month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Carroll 1308 Arthur Street. Besides his parents he is survived by
three sisters, Thelma, Helen, and Norma, and eight brothers, Albert, Reginald, Melvin, Patrick, Herbert, Jack, Lawrence and Robert. The funeral will be held
tomorrow at 10:15 o'clock from the family residence to St. Patrick's Church. Internment will be made in St. Patrick's cemetery. Dean Monahan will officiate.
Carter, Alexander Charles
Sat 13 Dec 1919 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Died at Sunshine, Dawson Road
Township, December 6, 1919, Alexander Charles, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Carter, age thirteen months.
Casmey, Frank A.
Wed 31 Jan 1951 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Sat 17 Sept 1938 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Suddenly taking ill at home in Slate River yesterday, John Catto, Slate River farmer died early this morning. Mr. Catto was 50 years of age. He had Catto came
to Canada from Scotland when 17 years of age. He was a member of the Orange Lodge and had been a member of the Masonic Order. He was a former councillor for
Paipoonge Township and was active with community work. Surviving are the widow; one son, William living at home; one brother George Catto of Aberdeen, Scotland.
The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon from the Blake Funeral Chapel at 2 o'clock. The Rev. D. McIvor of First United Church will officiate. Burial will be
in the family plot, Mountain View Cemetery.
Catto, John Wed 21 Sept 1938 Fort William Daily Times Journal*****
The funeral of the late John Catto, of Slate River, who died Saturday was held yesterday afternoon from the Geo. E. Blake Funeral Chapel. Rev. D. McIvor of First
Church United, West Fort William, officiated. He paid tribute to the excellent worth of the deceased and of the loss to the community. Words of comfort were spoken
to the bereaved members of the family. There was a large turnout of friends of the family from both cities, Slate River and district points. Many beautiful floral
tributes were received. Two hymns "Safe In The Arms of Jesus" and Abide With Me" were sung. Mrs. D. McIvor presided at the organ. Burial was in Mountain View
Cemetery. The pallbearers were Albert Morrow, John Wishart, Thomas Jessiman, William Fleming, John Pogue and William Lamke.
Caunce, Walter Mon 5 Nov 1923 Port Arthur News Chronicle
Too late for the physicians to operate,
Walter Caunce, ill with appendicitis, died last night in the McKellar Hospital, Fort William. Mr. Caunce was employed as a guard at the Industrial Farm.
He was twenty-eight years old and is survived by his wife. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon from Jenkens' Undertaking Parlor to Mountain View
Caunce, Walter Mon 5 Nov 1923 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Death of Peritonitis - The death of Walter Caunce
took place last night at the McKellar Hospital. The deceased, who was 28 years of age, was night guard at the prison farm, which position he has held for the last
five years, living on a farm close to the industrial farm. The surviving immediate relatives are his widow, and two children, both girls, Mabel, aged two years
and six months and Mina, aged eight months. The late Mr. Caunce was a great war veteran, having served in the Imperial army for over five years, seeing service
on the western front and in the far east. He held the rank of Sergeant. Before joining the industrial farm staff, the deceased was a farmer in the Slate River
Valley. The funeral will be held from St. Paul's Church on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Caunce, Walter Mon 5 Nov 1923 Fort William Daily Times Journal - Reconstructed: from info from Jessie M Kirk
50 yrs later to her daughter Mabel and son-in-law Archie Dawson Smith; supplied by her Grandaughter Elaine Mabel Gilbey (nee Smith) of Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada 2010.
- Walter Caunce, age 26, Night Warden at the Industrial Farm 5 miles north of Fort William; after several days at McKellar Hospital succumbed to peritionitis
from a ruptured appendix; and died Sunday November 4,1923. His surviving immediate relatives are his wife Jessie Maud Caunce (nee Manifold) his daughters Mabel
aged 21/2 and Mina Hazel aged 8 months and their Aunt and Uncle Richard Manifold of Slate River Valley. He is survived by siblings Fred, Nellie and Maggie, his
father Thomas at 131 Moss Lane Plattbridge Lane, his father-in-law Henry (Harry) Manifold at 200 Waltheu Lane Plattbridge Lane, Lancashire England near Wigan
and Hinley; and family in England and Canada.
Caunce, Walter Tues 6 Nov 1923 Fort William Daily Times Journal*****
Chadwell, Ada (Keal)
The funeral of Walter Caunce, the night warden
at the Industrial farm, who died recently following a short illness, was conducted this afternoon at 2 o'clock from St. Paul's Church. Rev. H.A. Sims officiating.
There was a large attendance of former comrades in arms and other family friends. Interment was in the Soldier's Plot at Mountain View Cemetery.
Tues 6 Dec 1954 Port Arthur News Chronicle
Mrs. Ada Chadwell, 68, wife of Arthur
Chadwell, Kakabeka Falls, who died Saturday at the family home, was born at Manchester, Eng., and came to Fort William more than 35 years ago, settling in
Conmee Township. After a number of years there, she and her husband moved to Kakabeka Falls. Mrs. Chadwell was a member of the Kakabeka Anglican Church,
the Ladies Auxiallry of the Church and the Women's Institute. Surviving besides her husband are one son Arthur, Gerladton, and five daughtwrs, Ada, Mrs.
L. Cardiff, O'Connor Township; Grace, Mrs. B. Lundstrom, 1710 Donald Street; Elsie, Mrs. A. Hamre, 2612 Arthur Street Road; Winnifred, Mrs. L. Crozier,
2626 Arthur Street Road, all of Fort William; Glenice Chadwell, at home; 11 grandchildren, one brother, Ernest Keal, Manchester and several nieces and
nephews. The funeral was held today at 2 p.m. from the family home to the Anglican Church at Kakakbeka. Rev. M.L. Goodman, Murillo Anglican Church
officiated. Burial was in the family plot, Mountain View Cemetery. The body was taken to the home yesterday afternoon from the Chapel, 200 South May
Street, Fort William.
Fri 17 Oct 1947 Fort William Daily Times Journal
A large number of old friends,
particularily of the O'Connor district paid their last respects at the funeral of James Chambers, 57, of O'Connor township who died October 13. The
funeral was held yesterday from the Sargent's Chapel at 2:30 p.m. to Riverside Cemetery with Rev. J.S. Smedley and Rev. S.J. Gilbert presiding. The
46th Psalm and two hymns were sung with Mrs. H.A.L. Smart at the organ. Pallbearers were; W.W. Curie, J. Ball, G. Weller, D. Campbell, H. Winslow, A.
Torrie. A brother and sister of the deceased Robert Chambers of Fergus Falls and Mrs. J.D. Jacob of Toronto, attended the funeral.
Chaschuk, Lucille Bernadine
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Mon 8 June 1936 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Under the auspices of the local branch
of the Canadian Legion, impressive funeral services for the late Fred Cheney, guard at the Burwash Jail, who died on Thursday were held Saturday afternoon.
The funeral was held from the family residence, 827 Minnesota Street at 2 o'clock to the Blake Funeral Chapel at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. I.H. Eberle of First Baptist
Church officiated. Miss Edith Marcotte acted as organist and two hymns "Jesus Lover Of My Soul" and "Forever With The Lord" were sung. Many friends of the family
were in attendance and a large number of floral tributes were received. As the casket was being removed from the chapel, members of the Legion formed a guard
of honor. They also formed a guard of honor at the graveside. Internment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Following the committal service by Rev. Mr. Eberle,
the Legion burial service was conducted by F.S. Williams, president of the Legion. "Last Post" was sounded by Bugler A. Moore. The pallbearers were; Jack
Silver, T. Hoggarth, J. Jeffries, T. McWilliams, R. Crowe, and A.E. Smith, representing the prison farm.
Cherry, Maria (Mrs. Thomas)
Tues 17 Oct 1933 Port Arthur News Chronicle
The death occurred
Monday afternoon at 3:10 o'clock of Maria Cherry, widow of the late Thomas Cherry, at 226 Cameron Street, after a long illness. Mrs. Cherry had been a
resident of this district for many years, having lived in Fort William since her marriage in 1896 until 1913, when the family moved to a farm near Murillo.
There she had resided until February of this year when she moved to the city on account of illness. Her husband predeceased her in 1920. Surviving are three
sons, Kelvin, an employee of the Canadian National Railways; Cecil and Roy of Murillo, Ont., and a daughter Estella of the city public school teaching staff.
Other relatives in the city are Mrs. Joseph Graham, Sam and Percy Graham, Mrs. J. Doughtery and Mrs. H. Guerard. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon
at 3 o'clock from the Funeral Parlors, 21 N. Court Street, to Riverside Cemetery, Rev. E.G.D. Freeman conducting the service.
Thurs 13 May 1926 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The funeral of Inga, wife of Charles
Christianson, of McIntyre Township, who died on Monday last in St. Joseph's Hospital, Port Arthur will be held at two
o'clock Friday afternoon from the residence of C.H. Leggott, 135 Banning Street to Riverside Cemetery. R. Hill of the International Bible Students Association
will conduct the service. Mrs. Christianson was 39 years of age, and is survived by her husband and two sons, Sterling, aged 17, and Dale, aged 12. The pallbearers
will be Messrs. McFarlane, Fall, Marks, Leggott, Hill and Smith.
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Mon 27 Jan 1947 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Peter Cicinski, a resident of the district for
45 years and a successful farmer, passed away at the family home at Gillies yesterday afternoon. He took ill Saturday and his death was unexpected and came as a
shock to his many friends in Fort William and Port Arthur and the rural communities. He was 65. Mr. Cicinski was born in Poland and came to Canada direct to the
Lakehead 45 years ago and worked at the Canadian Car and on an extra gang at C.N.R. until moving to Gillies township 24 years ago where he cleared out his farm
and since then has built a successful enterprise including dairy farming and poultry raising. Surviving are his wife, two sons and two daughters. Frederick of
Toronto; Paul at home; Olga, Mrs. L. Miller, Toronto; and Elisha, also of Toronto. Pending funeral arrangements, the body is resting at the Blake funeral chapel.
Cicinski, Peter Fri 31 Jan 1947 Fort William Daily Times Journal*****
Clapham, Albertina (Mrs. Clarence)
The funeral of Peter Cicinski, 60, resident
of Gillies township, who died suddenly at the family home Sunday afternoon was held from the Blake Funeral Chapel yesterday at 2 p.m. with Rev. E.W. Fraser,
traveling missionary for the lakehead area for the United Church of Canada, officiating. He spoke words of condolence to the family and spoke of the successful
life of the deceased. The hymns sung at the service were "Rock Of Ages" and "Lead Me Kindly" with Jean McMichael presiding at the organ. The funeral was largely
attended and many flowers from friends in the district were received. Internment was in Mountain View Cemetery. The pallbearers were J.A. Wright, John Alaska,
George Ilchyshyn, William Malcolm, E. Parker and Tony Kokanie. From out of town were two daughters, Mrs. E. Miller and Miss Alycia, and son Frederick, all of Toronto.
Tues 17 Dec 1929 Port Arthur News Chronicle
Mrs. Clarence Clapham,
a resident of Stanley for the past twenty-eight years, died yesterday afternoon at the family home, Stanley, following a long illness, at the age of forty-nine
years. She is survived by her husband, four daughters, Mrs. E.J. Whyte, Prescott; Mrs. F.W. Williscroft, Mrs. P. Gillis, Port Arthur; Eva, at home and four sisters,
Mrs. B.D. Pouncey, Port Arthur, Mrs. J. Swanson, Ottawa, Mrs. C. Besmer, Byng Inlet and Mrs. J. Mitchell, New Westminster. The funeral is to be held tomorrow
afternoon at 1:30 from the family home to Stanley Cemetery. Rev. F.J. Helps, of First Baptist Church, will conduct the services.
Clapham, Albertina (Mrs. Clarence) Thurs 19 Dec 1929 Port Arthur News Chronicle*****
Clapp, Ada Mabel
The funeral of Mrs.
Clarence Clapham was held at 1:30 yesterday afternoon from the family home at Stanley to Stanley Cemetery. The services at the home and graveside were
conducted by Rev. F.J. Helps, of First Baptist Church, Fort William, and Miss Clara Cook presided at the piano for the hymns. The pallbearers were K.
Heisholt, E. Caren, J. Neve, W. Wadson, P. Hanson and M. Sideen.
2 Aug 1957 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Clapp, Ada Mabel 5 Aug 1957 Fort William Daily Times Journal*****
Clapp, Albert Edward
Funeral services for Mrs. John A. Clapp,
73, of Moose Hill, who died Thursday following a short illness, were held Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in the Jenkens Funeral Home. Rev. Dan. McIvor officiated.
Services were largely attended by friends of the city and rural areas. "Rock Of Ages" was sung. Many beautiful floral tributes were received. Mr. McIvor
spoke of his long acquaintance with Mrs. Clapp and referred to her as a good christian mother. Internment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Pallbearers
were six sons, Kenneth, Willet, Charles, Jack, Robert and Edward. The services were held under the auspices of the Women's Auxillary Branch 6 Canadian
Legion, who held memorial services in the Jenkens Chapel at 2 p.m. Saturday. Mrs J. W. Dagg, president, officiated. The hymn sung was "Blest be The Tie
That Binds" The auxillary formed a guard of honor as the casket was removed from the chapel.
22 Oct 1996 The Chronicle Journal
Mr. Albert Edward Clapp, age 68 years of
Thunder Bay, passed away on Tuesday October 22nd at Seven Oaks Hospital in Winnipeg. He is survived by his sons Jeff and Darryl Clapp, both of Winnipeg,
ex-wife Alice, sister Doreen Cunningham (nee Clapp) brother Bob Clapp- both of Welland, Ontario, other numerous nieces and nephews also survive. Cremation
has taken place and funeral services will be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba. "We had some good times uncle and the memories I'll keep. We'll miss you so very
much as you have Gods tender sleep. Gone but not forgotten."
17 June 1926 Tilbury Times, Tilbury, Ont
Old Tilbury West Pioneer Passes. Benjamin Clapp
of Tilbury West passed away on Saturday last, age 82 years. Deceased was born Belleville and removed to this section 48 years ago. Settling in Tilbury
West he was thrown from a riding plow a month previous to his death, and this is thought to have hastened the end. He leaves a widow and three sons
and one daughter. Durlon B. of Jackson, Michigan; David M. of Woodslee; Oscar B., at home; and one daughter Lillian Leverne at home; two sisters
residing in Herkimer, N.Y. The funeral took place on Monday with internment in Maple Leaf Cemetery. Rev. C.P. Shapter of Tilbury officiating. The
following acting as pallbearers Fred LaFortune, Alfred Manning, William Morris, Eddie Morris, Alex Ogg and J.T. Arnew.
21 Sept 1974
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Mrs. Lloyd D. Clapp, age 48 years of 168 E. Frederica St., died in McKellar Hospital early Saturday morning, September 21,
1974 after a lengthy illness. She was the former Catherine Cunningham, daughter of Daniel and the late Jane Cunningham. She was born at St. Andrew,
Scotland and was married there in September 1942, coming to Fort William in 1946. She was a member of the First Church United. Surviving is her
husband at home and seven daughters and three sons. Shirley, Mrs. B. Crocker, 739 Ruskin Cres., Catherine, Mrs. G. Murray, 417 Dease St., Jacqueline,
Mrs. N. Miles, 801 Montreal St., Mrs. Valerie Ettinger at home, Patricia, Mrs. D. Gammond, 213 W. Frederica St., and Marilyn, Tracey, James and Richard
all at home and John, Victoria, B.C.. Also surviving is her father, sister Jean, brother Dan in Scotland, ten grandchildren and other relatives. Funeral
services will be held on Tuesday at 11 a.m. in the Jenkens Funeral Home with Rev. Ken Moffat of First Church United officiating. Internment Mountain
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Clapp, Eva Marion
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Clapp, Harry Gordon (Charlie)
5 Feb 1976 The Chronicle Journal
Mr. Harry (Charlie) Clapp, age 56, of 218 S.
Marks St., died in hospital Thursday Feb 5, 1976 following a lengthy illness. Born in Fort William, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Clapp. He received his
education in local schools. Veteran of World War II he served overseas with the L.S.R. Motor Division. Married to the former Gisele Grenier in 1951 at Beauhornois,
Que. He was employed by the Canadian Westinghouse in field installations for many years. Member of Branch No. 6 Royal Canadian Legion and the Lake Superior
Regiment Motor Association. Surviving are his wife and one son William, both at home, two daughters, Mrs. Louise Grenier, 11 N. High Street; Christine,
Mrs. Fred Anness, Blake Twsp; three grandchildren. Brothers Kenneth, Blake Twsp; Bill Simpson St.; Bob, of Welland, Ont.; Jack 168 E. Frederica St.;
Edward of Winnipeg. Sisters Mrs. Mabel Neil, 1017 Dease St.; Mrs. Mary Brown, 2242 Sills St.; Doreen, Mrs. Leo Cunningham of Welland. Nieces, nephews
and other relatives. Besides his parents he was predeceased by a granddaughter Tessie and brother Willet. Funeral services Monday at 11 a.m. in the
Jenkens Funeral Home. Very Rev. F.R. St.James of St. Patrick's Cathedral will officiate. Internment Mountain View Cemetery. Legion Memorial services
under the auspices of Branch No. 6 Sunday at 7 p.m. in the Jenkens Funeral Home.
11 Jan 1928 Fort William Daily Times Journal
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Clapp, Hawley 14 Jan 1928 Fort William Daily Times Journal*****
Clapp, James Dorland
Many people attended services for the late
Hawley Clapp. A short service was held at the Blake Funeral Chapel at 2 o'clock, followed by the public services at First Church United at 2:30. Rev. D. McIvor
officiating. from the church the cortege proceeded to Mountain View Cemetery, where internment was made in the family plot. Pall bearers were all members of the
General Wolfe Junior Lodge Number 55, Sons of England. Bert Knox, Eric England, Willie Towell, Leslie Broomfield, Fred Doughty and Edward Maxwell, H.H. Broomfield
acting as chief advisor.
2 Dec 1930 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Find Aged Man Dead In Shack on Lone Farm.
James D. Clapp, 74, Expires in Building Five Miles East of Schreiber. Body frozen: Coroner To Make Investigation. When he did not show up in Schreiber from his
shack at Blue Jay, five miles East of Schreiber yesterday morning when he was expected an investigation was made and the body of James Dorland Clapp, 74, was
found at noon in a shack on R. Winters farm, frozen to death. Although the cause of death has not been ascertained, it is thought that the elderly man, died
of heart-disease and that his body froze afterward. How long had he been dead, when found is not known yet. Constable Harvey Blair, of the Nipigon Provincial
Police left last night for Schreiber, to investigate. Coroner C.N. Laurie will leave tonight to inquire into the circumstances. He stated this morning that,
if necessary, an inquest will be held. The late Mr. Clapp was a former resident of Fort William up until about 10 years ago when he went to Schreiber, where
he had been operating the Winters' farm during the summer months. He was in the habit of coming to Fort William to live with his son John, at 1018 Edward
Street, during the winter. Mr. Clapp, when in Schreiber, had resided at the Winters' home and yesterday was expected there to look after the house while
Mrs. Winters came to Port Arthur to visit her son, who is a patient in St. Joseph's Hospital. When he did not come in, Mrs. Winters became alarmed and
a hurried visit to the farm was made as it was thought that due to his advanced age, something might have happened to Mr. Clapp. During Mr. Clapp's
stay in Schreiber, besides his farm operations he had some interest in several mining claims about that district. According to reports he had been in
good health when last seen about ten days ago. John Clapp, son, stated today that he was expecting his father at any time to come here to stay for
the winter months. The late Mr. Clapp is survived by two sons, John of West Fort William and Percy of Edmonton. He was born in Thurlow, Ontario
and came to this district in 1898 where he has resided since. When he first came here he took up a homestead in Blake Township. He later followed
the carpenter trade. About fifteen years ago he was employed with the Street Railway Department here. He remained in that position for about five years,
after which he went to Schreiber. The deceased was a member of the Masonic Order, being a Master Mason in Madoc Lodge No. 48, Hastings County into
which he was admitted in 1878. Funeral arrangements are not yet complete. The body is expected to arrive in Fort William tomorrow
Clapp, James Dorland 4 Dec 1930 Fort William Daily Times Journal*****
Clapp, John Albert
The funeral of the late James Dorland Clapp,
who died near Schreiber, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o"clock from the Blake funeral Chapel. Re. D. McIvor will officiate and interment will be made in
Mountain View Cemetery
4 Sept 1957 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Clapp, John Albert 6 Sept 1957 Fort William Daily Times Journal*****
Clapp, John Kenneth
Funeral services for John A. Clapp, 78,
of Moose Hill, who died suddenly Wednesday were held Friday at 2:00 p.m. in the Jenkens Funeral Home. Rev. Dan. McIvor, M.P. of the United Church
officiated. Internment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Services were largely attended by family friends of urban and rural areas. Many floral tributes were
received. Mr. McIvor spoke of his long acquaintance with Mr. Clapp and referred to his quiet, retiring nature and true friendship. "Rock Of Ages" was the
hymn sung . From out of town to attend the services son-in-law and daughter Doreen, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Chatwin and son Robert, of Welland.
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Clapp, Lloyd Douglas (Jack)
14 Feb 1996 The Chronicle Journal
Lloyd Douglas- Mr. Jack Clapp of Spence
Court passed away on February 14, 1996 at McKellar Hospital after a lengthy illness. Jack was born in Fort William and served with the army in World War
II. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and the outdoors, he loved to play cards and bingo. He was a member of the Westfort Prosvita Society. he loved his birds
Jackie & Jenny. Jack is survived by sons John (wife Liz) of B.C., Jim (wife Kathy) and Rick (wife Nancy) both of Thunder Bay; daughters Shirley Crocker
(husband Bruce) of B.C.; Janie Lewis (husband Tommy) of Thunder Bay, Jackie Martin (husband Bob) of B.C., Val Ettinger, Patti Snider (husband Ken) both
of Thunder Bay, Marilyn Shonosky (husband Rob) of B.C., and Tracey Clapp (husband Darryl Cameron) of Thunder Bay, special friend Barb Perrons; 24 grandchildren
and 10 great grandchildren. Also survived by sister Doreen (husband Leo) of Welland, Bob of Welland, and Ed of Thunder Bay; sister-in- law Jeannie
(husband Burt & Family) of Scotland; brother in-law-Danny & wife of Scotland. Jack is predeceased by his wife Catherine; grandson Timothy; his parents;
sisters Mabel, Mary and Mildred; and brothers Kenny, Bill, Charlie, Willet and Hawley. Friends may call at Jenkens Funeral Home on Friday evening from
7:00 to 9;00 p.m. Funeral Service will be held in the Jenkens Funeral Home chapel on Saturday February 17, 1996 at 1:00 p.m. Rev. David Sparks is
officiating. Memorial donations to the Ronald McDonald house would be appreciated.
Clapp, Mary (Doughty)
13 Mar 1915 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred very suddenly
from heart failure last Thursday of Mrs. Mary Clapp, age sixty-six years, wife of James D. Clapp of the Township of Blake. The deceased was one of the oldest
residents of Blake Township, having located here with her husband, twenty-two years ago. She was born in England. The funeral was held at 2:30 o'clock this
afternoon from the family residence to Scofield's (Scoble) Cemetery. Rev. Mr. Scott of the West Fort William Baptist Church, conducted the services.
1 Apr 1982 The Chronicle Journal
Mr Phillip (Bill) Clapp, aged 67 years, resident
of 205 North Marks Street, died in Toronto General hospital Thursday April 1rst, 1982. Born in Fort William, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Clapp,
he received his education in local schools. During World War II he enlisted and served in the Forestry Corps. He had been employed with the CNR
as yard foreman prior to his retirement after 33 years of service. Surviving are; his wife Edith; daughter Lynda, Mrs Don Stacey of 527 McIntosh
Street; son Gary, also of 527 McIntosh Street; brothers Ken, Jack, Edward, of Thunder bay and Robert of Welland; sisters Mrs. Mary Brown and Mrs.
Mable Neil of Thunder Bay and Mrs. Doreen Cunningham of Welland. He was predeceased by his parents, brothers Willet and Harry and sister Mildred
Virr. Resting at the Jenkens Funeral Home pending completion of funeral arrangements.
7 Jan 2002 Welland Tribune, Welland, Ont
CLAPP - Robert of Welland passed away at the Welland County General Hospital on Friday
January 4th, 2002 in his 79th year. Born in Fort William, Robert has lived in the area for most of
his life and was employed with the City of Welland for many years. Robert was a veteran of
World War 2 and the Korean Conflict in the Royal Canadian Army and was a member of Royal
Canadian Legion Branch 4 of Welland. Beloved husband of the late Eva Clapp. Dear father of
Bobby Clapp, Ken Clapp both of Thunder Bay, Lynn May and friend Charlie Crabb, Richard
Clapp, Scott Clapp, all of Welland, Doris Campbell of Toronto, Doreen Clapp, Darlene Clapp,
and David Clapp all of Welland. Loving grandfather of many grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Dear brother of Doreen Cunningham of Welland. Predeceased by his parents and daughter Donna
May. Friends may call at the DAVIDSON-WALKER FUNERAL HOME, 153 Hellems Ave.,
Welland on Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 11 a.m. in
the WALKER CHAPEL with Pastor Carl Stratton of Faith Tabernacle Pentecostal Church officiating.
Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy donations to the Heart and Stroke
Foundation deeply appreciated by the Clapp family
Clapp, Teresa Mae
Wed 7 Sept 1949 Port Arthur News Chronicle
Teresa Mae Clapp, 13-day-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clapp, Moose Hill, Blake Township, died in Hospital at Fort William yesterday. Surviving besides her parents are a brother John,
and two sisters, Shirley and Janey, all at home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Clapp, Moose Hill and Mr. and Mrs. D. Cunningham, St. Andrew's Fifeshire,
Scotland and other relatives in the district. The funeral was held this afternoon from the Chapel, 200 South May Street, Fort William to Mountain View
Cemetery. Rev. J.D. McKenzie of First Church United, Westfort, officiated.
Clapp, Vera Ada
12 Nov 1918 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred Sunday of Vera
Ada Clapp. aged 5 months, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Clapp 464 East Mary Street. The funeral was held yesterday from the family residence to Mountain
View Cemetery. Rev. J.A. Cranston officiating
16 July 1974 The Chronicle Journal
Mr. Willett E. Clapp, age 57 years, of Apt 6, 223
Villa St., died in Hospital, Tuesday, July 16, 1974 following a lengthy illness. Born in Fort William, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John A. Clapp. He
received his education here and in World War II enlisted and served overseas in the Canadian Armed Forces. Married here to the former Miss Aline LeMarbe
in December 1945. He had been employed here with the Dept. of Public Works for the past 15 years until forced to retire in October 1973. An adherent
of the United Church. Member of Kakabeka Falls Branch 225, Royal Canadian Legion and the Public Service Alliance. Survived by his wife Aline, son
Earl of Welland, two daughters Theresa and Jean-Ann at home. Seven brothers Kenneth of Moose Hill, Bill 127 Simpson St., Harry 218 S. Marks St.,
Lloyd 168 E.Frederica St., Robert, Welland, Edward, Winnipeg, three sisters, Mabel, Mrs, R. Neil 1017 Dease st., Mary, Mrs. J. Brown 2242 Sills
St., Doreen, Mrs. L. Cunningham of Welland. Nieces, nephews and other relatives survive. Predeceased by his parents, brothers Jeptha and Hawley
and sisters Vera, Beatrice and Mildred. Funeral services Friday at 11 a.m. in the Jenkens Funeral Home, Rev. Kenneth Moffat will officiate. Interment
in Mountain View Cemetery. Memorial services under the auspices of the Kakabeka Legion will be held Thursday at 7;30 p.m. in the Jenkens Funeral Home.
Clapp, Yvette Simone (Dufour)
Thurs 25 Nov 2004 The Chronicle Journal
It is with great sorrow that we
announce the passing of Mrs. Yvette (Blackie) Clapp on November 24, 2004 at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre after a short illness. She moved
to Fort William in 1955 and married John Kenneth Clapp on August 5, 1955. Together they ran the farm and the store in Blake Township, better known
as Clapp's Corner. Mom's greatest passions were spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren and great grandchildren, knitting,
crocheting and drawing. Blackie is survived by her children Ronald (Kathy) of Fort Frances, Donald (Brenda Rose) of Thunder Bay, Kenneth Jr.
(Brenda Ellen) of Cloud Bay, Judy Mitchell (Gordie) of South Gillies and Karen Randle (Tim Glaeser) of Thunder Bay, grandchildren Tammy,
Christopher, John, Danny, Michael, Tyler, Sarah, Charles, Joseph and Aislyn, great grandchildren Dalton and Gavin as well as many other
relatives. She was predeceased by her husband Ken in 1992, and grandson Russell in 1998. Visitation for family and friends will be held on
Friday, November 26, 2004 from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at Jenkens Funeral Home, 226 S. Syndicate Avenue. Funeral services for Mrs. Yvette (Blackie)
Clapp will be held on Saturday, November 27, 2004 at 10:00 a.m. in the chapel of Jenkens Funeral Home. Interment will take place in Mountain View
Cemetery. If friends so desire, donations to a charity of your choice would be greatly appreciated.
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Cleary, Edward James
Thurs 5 Sept 1940 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Attended by many friends
from Ouimet and other district points, the funeral of Edward James Cleary was held this morning. The cortege left the Funeral Chapel, 299 Arthur
Street, Port Arthur at 8:45 o'clock for requiem mass in St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Church at nine o'clock. Rev. Father C. Carroll sang the mass.
In attendance at the funeral were three cousins from the United States, Mrs. Katherine O'Niell and John Boda of Jersey City, N.Y. and J.C. Tooher of
Stamford, Conn. Interment was made in the family plot, St. Andrew's Cemetery. Pallbearers were H. Compton, H. Armstrong, E.J. Edmonds, A.M. Galvin,
L. Lavoie and A. Gingras.
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Colehouse, Marguerite C.
Fri 7 July 1944 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred
yesterday in hospital, quite suddenly of Mrs. Marguerite Cummings Colehouse widow of Robert J. Colehouse of O'Connor township. She was 61 years old.
News of Mrs. Colehouse's death comes as a shock to her many friends in the district. She died shortly after being admitted to hospital. Born in England
she came to western Canada in 1916 but 20 years ago moved to this district and had resided here ever since. She is survived by one son, Corporal James
R. serving overseas with the Canadian Army. Her husband died August 1, 1943. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon from the Geo. E. Blake Funeral Chapel
for services at Hymers United Church at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. W.C. Tompkins of the Fundamental Baptist Church will officiate and burial will be in the family
plot, Hymers Cemetery.
Colehouse, Robert James
Tues 3 Aug 1943
Fort William Daily Times Journal
A resident of the city and district since 1918, Robert James Colehouse well known O'Connor Township farmer,
died Sunday morning in hospital after three weeks illness. He was 84 years old. Born in Dundas, Ont, he moved to Manitoba at the age of 20. He
resided in Manitoba until 1981 when he came to Fort William to take up residence. He lived here for two years and then moved to O'Connor to take
up farming and had resided there ever since. During his long residence there he won many friends and was active in the community. He was a member
of Hymers United Church. Besides his wife he is survived by one son James, now serving over seas with the Canada Army Service Corps. The funeral
was held this afternoon from the Geo. E. Blake Funeral Chapel to Hymers United Church at 2 o'clock. Rev. T.S. Watson of St. Paul's United Church,
Port Arthur will officiate and burial will be in Hymers Cemetery.
Mon 12 Nov 1962 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Manfred R. age 87, of S. Syndicate,
former long time Conmee resident died at Deer Lodge Hospital November 9, 1962. Survived by son William, Bernard St.; six daughters, Miss Ethel Colpitts, S.
Syndicate; May, Mrs. Edward Nicholson, Moose Jaw; Beatrice, Mrs. Donald Nicholson, S. Syndicate; Mrs. Gladys Hunt, Conmee Township and the Misses Edna and
Dora Colpitts, N. Brodie; 19 grandchildren, 32 great grandchildren. Other relatives also survive. Funeral services Tuesday at 1:45 p.m. in the George E.
Blake Chapel, Pastor Virr of the District Baptist Church officiating,. Burial in Conmee Cemetery. Services under auspices of Kakabeka Branch Royal
Mon 9 Mar 1942 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred last night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ambrose Marrier, Algoma Street N., Port Arthur of Mrs. Clara Colson, 81. She suffered a long illness.
Mrs. Colson who was born in Sweden, came to Port Arthur in 1885 when the settlement was known as Prince Arthur's Landing. She has resided at Port Arthur, Schreiber
and other district points since that time. She was a member of the Knox United Church. Mrs. Colson leaves three daughters, Mrs. Ambrose Marrier, Port Arthur;
Mrs. George Neve, Stanley; and Mrs. J.C. Paske, Schreiber. There are 20 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Her husband John M. Colson died in
October 1933. The body was removed to the Funeral Chapel, 21 Court Street North, Port Arthur while funeral arrangements are being made.
Colson, Clara Tues 10 Mar 1942 Fort William Daily Times Journal*****
Colson, John M.
The funeral of Mrs. Clara Colson, who died on Sunday will be held at two o'clock Wednesday afternoon from the Funeral Chapel, 21 Court Street North,
Port Arthur. Rev. William Holmes of Knox United Church will officiate and Interment will be made in the family plot, Stanley Hill Cemetery.
Wed 18 Oct 1933 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The funeral of John M. Colson,
who died Sunday was held yesterday afternoon. A service at he family residence, 346 Van Horne Street, Port Arthur, conducted by the Rev. C.P. Peterson
of the Swedish Lutheran Church was followed by a public service at one o'clock in Knox United Church, conducted by Rev. Mr. Peterson. Miss Jean Miller
sang the solo, "One Sweetly Solemn Thought." Pallbearers were; E. Caren, N. Sideen, R. Curran, C. Helshot, W. Connin, and C. Clapham. Interment was made
in the Stanley Cemetery.
Mon 27 Sept 1920 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Philip Colson of Stanley Junction,
aged twenty-nine years was killed at seven-thirty Saturday morning near Stanley, when the handcar on which he and another mane named Rogab were riding
was struck by an oncoming freight train. Colson's view being obscured by fog. Rigab was badly cut in the face and is at present in St. Joseph's Hospital.
Colson's body was brought to Port Arthur on Saturday and taken to Jenken's Undertaking parlors, where on Saturday evening a jury viewed the body and adjourned
until tonight for the taking of evidence. Colson is survived by his parents and two sisters who live in Stanley. Deceased was a veteran of the 52nd Battalion.
The funeral was held at Stanley cemetery at one-thirty this afternoon.
Wed 6 April 1921 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Mrs. Paske of Schreiber arrived
here on Monday to attend the funeral of her niece little Phyllis Colson.
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Well known district resident William Connell,
72, of Hymers, Ont., was buried yesterday in the family plot, Hymers Cemetery. He died Thursday. Largely attended services at 1:30 p.m. in the Geo. E. Blake Chapel
and removal to Hymers Church. Rev. W.G.A. Ba___ of St. James Anglican Church, Murillo. The hymns were Abide With Me, Jesus Lover Of My Soul and Rock of Ages
with organists Mrs. Jean McMichael in the chapel and Mrs. Frank Sitch at the church. There were many floral tributes. Pallbearers were Frank Sitch, Chester
Cooper, George and Roy Cooper, Robert Lennox and Edward Hymers.
Connell, William George
Sat 13 Jan 1945 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The funeral of the late William
George Connell,33, son of Mr. and Mrs. Connell, of Hymers, who died suddenly on Friday morning early, will be held Monday afternoon from the Blake Funeral
Chapel to Hymers Church for an Anglican service at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. M.L. Goodman, of Murillo, will officiate and burial will be in Hymers Cemetery.
The young man, who was working for his father, was injured Wednesday afternoon when struck in the abdomen by a pulpwood stick while loading a truck
with pulpwood. Although not suffering any apparent serious injuries he went to bed upon his return home that evening and remained in bed all day Thursday.
He had planned to get up on Friday morning but at 6 o'clock was found dead by his father. Born at Nipigon he came to Fort William when about three years
of age and resided here until 15 years ago when the family moved to Hymers. He was educated at Central School. He was a member of the Anglican Church.
Besides his parents, he is survived by three brothers: James, of the Forestry Corps, Scotland; Homer, with the Canadian Army in Holland, and Jack,
of Hymers. Also surviving are two sisters; Mary, Mrs. Samuel Winters, Round Lake and Margaret, at home. Mrs Roy Cooper, 208 South Norah Street, is an aunt.
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Mon 4 May 1936 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred last evening at the home
of her sister, Mrs. Sarah Archer, 21 Crown street, Port Arthur, of Miss Mary E. Connor, aged 69. Born in Allandale, Ont., Miss Connor had lived 25 years
in Port Arthur. She was a member of the Catholic Women's League. She leaves two brothers, Joseph and Jack, Port Arthur; two nephews, Wilbert and Edward
Archer, and a niece, Rev. Sister Bernadette, St. Joseph's Convent, Peterborough, Ont. The funeral will be held Wednesday morning with mass at St. Anthony's
Roman Catholic Church, Port Arthur at 9 o'clock. Interment will be in St. Andrew's Cemetery.
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Cook, Melville C.
Fri 16 Feb 1962 The Fort William Daily Times Journal
Melville C. Cook, age 70 years,
of Stanley died in hospital February 15 after a short illness. Resident of the district for 60 years. Survived by his wife the former Charlotte Pogue, five sons,
Leonard and Bernard of Kakabeka Falls. Clifton, Hymers; Stanley and Ervin of Rosslyn Road. Five daughters, Lena, Mrs. Ralph Nordstrom, Briar Bay; Doris of
Vancouver; Marjorie, Mrs. Robert Stewardson, Slate River; Georgina, Mrs. Charles McFarlane, Penticton, BC.(enroute to the city); Mildred, Mrs. Albert Hymers
of Hymers; 27 grandchildren, one brother Herbert of Suomi, Ont. Two sisters, Mrs. Edward Bousquet, Peter Street, Port Arthur; Miss Clara Cook, John Street;
Sister-in-law, Mrs. Jean Cook, W. Frederica Street. Predeceased by a daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Stadey, December 1955. His mother Mrs. Margaret Cook, October
1961, a sister Mrs. George Caldwell. One brother Howard died overseas in the Second World War. Funeral Monday afternoon at 1:45 p.m. in the Geo. E. Blake
Chapel. Rev. Donald R. Gorrie, Slate River Baptist Church officiating. Burial in Stanley Hill Cemetery.
Cooper, Mrs. T.
Wed 23 Aug 1922 Fort William Daily Times Journal
We are sorry to hear of the death of
Mrs. T. Cooper as she was an old friend. Our Sympathy is extended to Mr. Cooper and his children in their great loss.
Sat 28 Oct 1922
O'Connor, October 26 - The sympathy of the community goes out to Mrs.
S. Cooper in her bereavement. Her husband, Steven Cooper, passed away on October 24, after a brief illness. He was in McKellar Hospital attended by Dr.
McCartney and underwent an operation on Sunday, but it proved unsuccessful. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper were one of the pioneer families of O'Connor.
Corbett, Thomas John
10 Sept 1949 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Thomas John Corbett, age 67, of 215 Heron Street, died in hospital yesterday afternoon after an eight month illness.
Born in Thorne Township, County of Pontiac, Quebec, he resided there until he was 21 years of age. He had lived in West Meath and Pembroke, Ont.,
and in Revelstoke, B.C., before coming to Fort William in 1915. He joined the Canadian Army the same year and went over seas with the 141st Bull
Moose Battalion. In England he was promoted to provost sergeant. He married Miss Helen McKenzie in 1917, returning to Fort William in 19191 and
resided in this district ever since. He farmed in the Slate River district for four years and then homesteaded in Scoble Township for a time. Returning
to Fort William in 1941, he became a watchman at the Western Terminal Elevators until his illness. He was a member of the Knox United Church and the ANAF.
He is survived by six daughters and three sons. The sons are Earl, Alberta Street; Kenneth, McLaughlin Street, Donald, at home. the daughters are Marie,
Mrs. William Ellis, Vancouver; May, Mrs. Alfred Drainville, Rosslyn Road; Myrtle, Mrs. Frank Kilfoyle, Saskatoon; Violet, Mrs. Garfield Shilling, Arthur
Street; Lorenda, Mrs. Alec Clymont, West Brock Street; Jessie, Mrs. Gordon Everett, Arthur Street. One sister, Lorena Mathewson lives at No. 10 Kocon
Block, Fort William, and two brothers, N.W. Corbett and William Corbett, live at Hamilton. William Corbett is in the city at present. Besides a brother-in-law,
William McKenzie of Pine River, Ont, he is survived by 28 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Several other nieces and nephews live in the district,
eastern Ontario and Scotland. The funeral will be held from the Blake Funeral Chapel at 2 o'clock on Monday afternoon under the auspices of the ANAF.
Rev. J.G. Cruickshanks of Knox United Church will officiate . Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery, in the IODE military plot.
19 Mar 1975 The Chronicle Journal
Word has been received here of the death on March 7,
in Seattle, Wash., of a former resident. Mrs. Frances (Hymers) Costie, 88. Born in Ancaster, Ont, she came with her parents as a small child to Hymers.
Surviving are a daughter, jean, Mrs. W. Macksam, Fort Collins, Colo., and Robert of Seattle; three grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
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Mrs. Wellington Couch, age 84 years, resident
of 709 Grey Crescent, former pioneer resident of South Gillies died in hospital Tuesday April 22, 1975 following several months illness. Born at
Whitby, Ont., the former Miss Elsie Jane Hymers, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Hymers. Her family moved to the Lakehead when she was a
baby, homesteading at Hymers. She was educated at Hymers and married there August 18, 1910 to Wellington Couch. They celebrated their 60th Wedding
Anniversary, August 1970. They settled in the South Gillies area, farming and operating a sawmill until retiring and moving to the city about six
years ago. A member of the United Church, honorary life member of the South Gillies Women's Institute, always active in the affairs of the community.
Survived by her husband, at home; three sons, Frank, 535 E. Christina St., George, 2142 Victoria Ave., Gordon, 2828 Isabella St.; two daughters, Tammy,
Mrs. Nelson Schutte, 709 Grey Crescent, Dorothy, Mrs. Bud Lindsay, 224 E. Mary St.; 21 grandchildren, 48 great grandchildren; a sister Mrs. Hulda Sitch
of Hymers and other relatives. The body is resting at the Jenkens Funeral Home pending completion of funeral arrangements.
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Tues 23 Feb 1960 The Fort William Daily Times Journal
Pioneer of South Gillies and postmaster and well-known general merchant there, James H.G. Couch, 65, died in Fort William Hospital today. His parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Moses Couch, were among the first settlers and founded the area's first general store and post office. Fort he past 42 years, Mr. Couch had been
postmaster and operated the store his parents began. He was a member of the South Gillies United Church. Married here in 1916, he was predeceased by his
wife, Lena Louise, in 1942. Surviving are three sons, Edward and Jack, of South Gillies, and Ross, of Kakabeka Falls and a daughter Nora (Mrs. W.H. Williams)
of Edward St., also surviving are 10 grandchildren, two brothers, Wellington of South Gillies and Robert of South May Street, and two sisters, Mrs. Sarah
Johnston of Peterborough and Mrs. Janet Hayward of South Gillies.
Wed 26 Oct 1932 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred this morning in
the Port Arthur General Hospital of Joseph Couch, 77, a resident of the district for the last three weeks. The late Mr. Couch, a brother of the late Moses
Couch and James Couch, pioneer residents of the district, had made his home with his daughter, Mrs. A. Casmey of Hymers. He was born in the east and came
here from Trenton, Ont. He is survived by five daughters; Mrs. H. Woodbeck of South Gillies; Mrs. G. Finlay of Vawn, Sask; Mrs. F. Richard of Rochester,
NY; Mrs. H. Maybee, of Niagara Falls, NY: and Mrs. A. Casmey, Hymers and one son Frank of Rochester, NY. Funeral arrangements will be announced later
pending word from relatives. Burial likely be at Hymers.
Couch, Lena Louise
Wed 5 Aug 1942 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Couch, Mae (Wheatley)
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Mr. Wellington Couch, age 88 years, resident of
709 Grey Crescent, pioneer South Gillies resident and sawmill operator, died in hospital early Saturday, May 8, 1976 following a short illness. Born at
Peterborough, Ont., son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Moses Couch, the family moved here when he was 12 years old. He owned and operated a sawmill and farmed
in the South Gillies area until retiring in 1967 at which time he moved to Fort William. He was married at the old Hymers homestead August 18, 1910 to
the former Elsie Jane Hymers, celebrating their Diamond Wedding Anniversary in 1970. She predeceased him here April 1975. A well-known fiddler, he had
conducted his own orchestra for 30 years, playing at the South Gillies Hall. Member of the First Church United and formerly active in community affairs,
he had served on the School board, Community Hall Board and as a tax collector for South Gillies. Surviving are three sons Frank, 535 E. Christina St.,
George 2142 Victoria Ave.. Gordon, 2827 Isabella St., two daughters, Tammy, Mrs. Nelson Schutte, 709 Grey Crescent and Dorothy, Mrs. Bud Lindsey 224 E.
Mary St., 21 grandchildren, 48 great grandchildren, brother Robert Couch, 315 S. May St., and other relatives. Services Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the
Jenkens Funeral home. Rev. Kenneth Moffatt will officiate with Interment in Mountain View Cemetery.
Mon 1 Feb 1937 Port Arthur News Chronicle
Severe burns sustained by David Cowie, 70,
retired, resident of the Nolalu District, when his farm home was destroyed by fire Saturday morning, resulted in his death in Port Arthur General Hospital
shortly after 6 o'clock last night. Provincial Police are investigating the fire, details of which are meagre. All that was known here today was that Cowie,
who came to this district a few years ago from Western Canada, had been able to escape the burning house but in doing so was badly burned about the body.
Finnish neighbors nearby who saw the fire took Mr. Cowie to their house, and word was sent to the city. An ambulance and a nurse were sent to the homestead
about six miles in the bush from Nolalu shortly before noon Saturday. Mr. Cowie was placed in the ambulance and on arrival in Port Arthur about 5 o'clock
that afternoon was placed in hospital. A sister, Mrs. May King of Nanaimo, British Columbia is the only known relative. The body is at the Funeral Chapel,
299 Arthur Street, pending funeral arrangements.
3 Mar 1920 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Yesterday at one o'clock, Charles Coyne,
aged thirty-eight years, a carpenter, residing at Slate River, died after a few days illness from influenza and pneumonia. Deceased is survived by his
widow and four children, Willie, 13; Fred, 10; Clarence, 8; and Jennie, 7. His parents reside in New Castle, County Down, Ireland, and two brothers,
Tom and Jack, reside there. Two sisters and a brother live in Fort William, Mrs. Taverner, 303 Bethune Street and Mrs. J. Trimble, 116 West Amelia
Street, West Fort William. A brother Bert, lives at 116 West Amelia Street. The funeral will take place at one fifteen tomorrow afternoon from Henderson's
Undertaking Parlors to the First Presbyterian Church, West Fort William, services commencing at the Church at two o'clock. Rev. Robert Dewar, officiating.
Craig, Alice Eva
Thurs 3 Feb 1938 Port Athur News Chronicle
The death occurred yesterday in hospital
at Fort William of Alice Eva Craig, 31, wife of Harold Craig, Nolalu, following an illness of three months. Mrs. Craig was born in Fort William and had resided
in the Twin Cities and district thoughout her life. She is survived by her husband and five children. They are Thomas, 12; Beatrice, 10; Joyce, 7; Jean, 4; and
Arnold, nineteen months. Her mother, Mrs. John Hillman, Nolalu; two brothers and one sister also survive. Brothers are Fred of Marks Township and Leonard of Nolalu.
The sister is Mrs. Dennis Wheal, O'Connor. Mr. and Mrs. Jalmar Ravanen, Hillside; and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Soumi, Hillside, are uncles and aunts. The funeral
will be held Saturday afternoon from the Funeral Chapel, 226 South Syndicate Avenue, Fort William to the Nolalu School House, where services will be conducted
by Rev. J.E. Nopola, Finnish Lutheran Church at 2 o'clock. Burial will be made in Nolalu Cemetery.
Craig, Alice (Hellman) Mon 7 Feb 1938 Port Arthur News Chronicle*****
The funeral of Mrs. Harold Craig of Nolalu, who died Thursday, was held Saturday afternoon from the Funeral Chapel, 226 South Syndicate Avenue, Fort William
to Nolalu schoolhouse where Rev. J.E. Nopola of the Finnish Lutheran Church conducted services. The funeral was attended by many friends of the family from
the Lakehead cities and the country. Two hymns were sung in Finnish and the hymn Rock of Ages was sung in English. Interment was in Nolalu Cemetery.
Pallbearers were John Oja, Victor Ilkka, Jalmar Reivanen, Toivo Reivanen, Oscar Heden and Dennis Wheal.
Mon 22 Aug 1966 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Mr. Ernest Robert Craigie (Ernie) age 61, former resident of Fort William, died in Toronto hospital Saturday August 20, 1966. Survived by his wife Lil,
one daughter Doreen (Mrs. R. Nicholls) of Scarborough, two grandchildren Mark and Cindy, three sisters, Mrs. Roy McLean, Mrs. Grace Shable of Fort William
and Mrs. Thora Young of Winnipeg; two brothers R. Craigie of Victoria, B.C., and William of Vancouver. Funeral services Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Trull
Funeral Home, 1111 Danforth Ave. Toronto. Interment Mount Pleasant Cemetery.
16 Oct 2002 The Chronicle Journal
Crocker, John Charles
Mon 19 Nov 1945 Port Arthur News Chronicle
The funeral of John Charles Crocker,
70, of Kakabeka Falls, who died Friday, was held Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the Chapel, 226 South Syndicate Avenue, with Rev. H.A. Rivers, Knox
United Church, officiating. Two hymns were sung, Jesus Lover of My Soul and Lead Kindly Light. Organist was Percival Kirby, Mus. Bac. Burial was in Moutain
View Cemetery. Pallbearers were; Harry Jenkins, James Johnson, E. Weeks, Elias, Robert and William Crocker.
17 June 1983 The Chronicle Journal
Mon 1 Apr 1935 Port Arthur News Chronicle
Resident of Fort William and district
since May 4, 1892, Mrs. Lavina Cronk, 78, wife of Harry Cronk, Sr., Marks Township, died early this morning at the family residence. Mrs. Cronk lived
in Fort William until 1916 when her family moved to Marks Township to take up residence. She was a member of Wesley United Church, Fort William. Survivors
are her husband, two sons, Garnet E. Cronk, 314 South Franklin Street, Fort William; Harry Jr., of Marks Township; two daughters, Ruby, Mrs. John Sitch,
of Marks; and Edna, Mrs. C.S. Richmond, Port Arthur; two brothers, Fred Killins, of Marks; and A. Killins, in Edmonton. The body will be brought to Fort
William and the funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon from the home of her son Garnet Cronk, 314 South Franklin Street.
Cross, James, Captain Mon 11 Nov 1930 Port Arthur News Chronicle
The funeral will be held at two
o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Joseph Greer, to Riverside Cemetery. Rev. Harry Heatheld, pastor of Trinity United
(There is a very lengthy writeup on his life at Silver Islet, if you would like copy, send me an email)
Cross, James Wellington, Captain *****
Croves, Charles Rhodes
Wed 12 Nov 1930 Port Arthur News Chronicle
With an attendance
of hundreds of old friends, pioneer citizens of both cities, the funeral of Captain James Wellington Cross of Silver Islet, was held this afternoon at two
o'clock from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Joseph Greer, 409 Herbert Street, to Riverside Cemetery. Services at the home and cemetery were conducted
by Rev. Harry Heathfield of Trinity United Church, who, in a few remarks at the service at the home, called attention to the qualities of the pioneer so well
displayed in life and character of the late well known figure of Silver Islet Summer Resort, formerly the scene of flourishing mining activities. Hymns sung
at the service included Jesus, Savious, Pilot Me, one of the late Captain Cross' favorites. For long before the time of the funeral, there was a stream of
visitors to the house where the body reposed, and by two o'clock the house was crowded with hundreds waiting outside. Extra cars were required to carry the
floral offerings to the cemetery. The fuernal procession was exceptionally long. Pall bearers were W.A. Cross, John Cross and Julian Cross, sons; Joe Greer,
son-in-law; and Gifford Greer and Ernest W. Cross, grandsons. Flags at half-mast, in the city were in memory of Captain Cross.
Tues 9 May 2006 The Chronical Journal
Mon 19 Nov 1962 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Cryderman, Gustave (Tiedeman, Augustus)
Mon 27 Mar 1939 Port Arthur News Chronicle
Constable Kenneth Patterson of the Fort William office of the Provincial Police left this morning for O'Connor Township to investigate the death
of Gustave Cryderman, 80, found dead in his cabin one and a half miles east of Hymers over the weekend. It is believed the aged man's death was due
to heart disease. It is stated he had been dead for three weeks before a neighbor found the body which was frozen. Cryderman lived alone at the rear
of his lot. He had been seen earlier during the winter but his nearest neighbor, not seeing the smoke issuing from the cabin during the last few days
went there to discover the body. Cryderman had no relatives in this district it is stated. Mr. Teideman came to the area when it was opened. He had
taken an active part in the life of the community having been one of the founders of the Union Church and served on the municipal council. He was
predeceased by his wife seven years ago. Survivors are a sister and nephews in the United States.
Wed 7 Apr 2004 The Chronicle Journal
Cuma, Michael Harry
Wed 22 Feb 2006 The Chronicle Journal
Curran, James H.
8 Dec 1941 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Currie, Myrtle Elizabeth
Mon 20 Aug 1956 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Mrs. W.W. Currie, 66, of
Kakabeka Falls, died in Fort William Hospital yesterday after suffering a heart seizure. Born July 25, 1890 near Marksdale, Ont, the former Myrtle Elizabeth
McNally, she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. David McNally. She came to Port Arthur in 1910 and was married there to W.W. Currie, an operator for
the Kam Power Company at Kakabeka Falls where they made their home. Mr. Currie retired four years ago. Mrs. Currie was an active member of Kakabeka Falls
United Church, a past president of the Women's Association of the Church and a former superintendent of the Sunday School. She was a past president and
life member of the Women's Institute and was very well known during her residence in the district. Surviving are two daughters, Marguerite (Mrs. Leslie Luck)
of Whitby, Ont., and Kay (Mrs. Gordon Hollingsworth) of Kenora; one son Robert, of Kakabeka Falls; a sister, Mrs. L. Waller of Toronto, and five grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Jenkens Funeral Home with Rev. Dan McIvor, M.P. of the United Church, officiating. Interment will
be in the family plot, Stanley Hill Cemetery.
Cvengis, Joseph Wed 23 Aug 1950 Fort William Daily Times Journal*****
The death occurred in hospital this morning
of Joseph Cvengis, 15-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cvengis, of Murillo after a four-day illness. Besides his parents he is survived by his grandmother,
Mrs. A. Liska of Murillo and several other relative's in Czechoslovakia. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from the Blake Funeral Chapel
to St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church. Rev. Father J. Reguly will officiate. Interment will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery.
Thurs 23 Apr 1936 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred yesterday afternoon
following a brief illness of Walter Czerkas, 2-year-old and only son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Czerkas, 817 Minnesota Street. The funeral will be held Saturday
afternoon at 4 o'clock from the family home to the Ukrainian Greek Catholic church. Interment will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery.
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