E-Funeral Notices & Obituaries
11 Aug 1937 The Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred yesterday morning
of Baby Earl, one-day old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Earl, 305 North Marks Street. Burial was in the Free Methodist Cemetery, O'Connor Township.
Earl, Betty Mabel (nee Weaver)
Thurs 15 Dec 2005 The Chronicle Journal
Betty Earl (Weaver), aged 78 years, long time resident of O┤Connor Township, and for the past year, a resident of the Kay Bee Senior Apts. passed away
peacefully on Tuesday, December 13, 2005 at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre. Betty was born in Fort William, Ontario on June 9, 1927 and
moved to O┤Connor with her husband Donald William Earl at the tender age of 17. They were married on October 25, 1944 and took up residence on the original
Earl farm. Betty is survived by her four children, Ronald (Patricia), Greg (Corinne), Sharon (Allan) Scott, Darryl (Catriona), and her grandchildren Mark
(Dawn Ann), Jason (Christine) Earl, Sue (Kevin) Mandryk, Carol (Mark) Gunn, Allan Scott Jr. and David Earl. Her great grandchildren Christine, Scott and
Ashley Gunn, Curtis Cryderman and Kenny Mandryk, Dustin and Caitlin Earl. Betty is also survived by her sisters Inez (Roy) Schultz, Kate Mefford, Joan
(Richard) Papiernik, brother Jack Weaver and half-sister Earla Cliff. Through her life, Betty was employed by Can Car, Kakabeka Timber and the Thunder
Bay Tree Nursery. Betty┤s main interests in life were home, church and always knitting mitts and toques to keep her family warm. Betty was an active
member of the O┤Connor Free Methodist Church, handcrafting gifts for the cradle roll for the past 30 years. Betty was also a long time member of the
O┤Connor Women┤s Institute and The Women┤s Ministry. Betty was awarded the Senior of the Year award in 2004 from her beloved township. This award was
well deserved as she and her best friend Rose Macdonald spent many hours visiting the elderly, sick and shut-in people wherever there was a need. Betty
was predeceased by her husband, Donald William on August 17, 1990, and sister Jean Stahl. In keeping with Betty┤s wishes, cremation has taken place. A
funeral service will be held on Saturday, December 17, 2005 at the O┤Connor Free Methodist Church at 1:00 p.m. with visitation one hour prior to the service.
A private ceremony for immediate family only, will be at the O┤Connor Free Methodist Cemetery. A reception will be held at the O┤Connor Municipal Building following
the service. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made
to the Cemetery Fund of the O┤Connor Free Methodist Church.┤On-line Condolences at°0awww.obituariestoday.com
Earl, Catherine Ann (Mayo)
Wed 11 Sept 1957 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Mrs. Oscar Earl, a long time
resident of O'Connor township, died in hospital this morning at the age of 76. Mrs. Earl had been ill the last three months but had only been in hospital a short
time. The former Catherine Ann Mayo and daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Mayo, she was born Simcoe, Norfolk County, Ontario and came to the district in 1904,
marrying Oscar Earl at O'Connor Dec 12, 1906. They celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last year. Mrs. Earl was a member of the Free Methodist Church of O'Connor
and treasurer of the Church Women's Missionary Society. Her home, family and church were her life. Surviving besides her husband are two daughters, Mabel (Mrs. D'Eyncourt
Whittaker) of Kakabeka Falls; and Viola (Mrs. James Joyce) of Bromhead, Sask., and four sons, Inspector Charles E. Earl of South Marks street; George Earl of O'Connor;
Orval at home, and Donald, O'Connor township. Also surviving are 17 grandchildren, three great grandchildren and two brothers, George Mayo of Windsor and Charles Mayo
of Tupper street, Port Arthur. Nephews and nieces also survive. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. after removal of the body from the Jenkens Funeral Home
at noon to the Free Methodist Church, O'Connor. The service will be conducted by Rev. G.W. Stevens and interment will follow in the Free Methodist Church Cemetery,
Earl, Charles H.
Mon 7 Nov 1910 Port Arthur News Chronicle
Charles H. Earl was instantly killes yesterday at Nolalu.
Particulars to hand are very meagre, but it is understood he was standing on top of a car of cordwood, when the car broke away from the others in the siding, crashing into
the next car and throwing Earl to the ground with such force that instant death resulted. Undertaker Collin Wood yesterday shipped a coffin to Nolalu and the funeral
will likely take place at that point. He left a widow and two children and was about 50 years of age. His home was at Nolalu. Mr. Earl was well known in Port Arthur,
conducting a successful draying and cartage business in the city last spring and in the fall and winter of 1909.
Mon 20 Aug 1990 The Chronicle Journal
Earl, George Oscar
Tues 27 Dec 1960 Fort William Daily Times Journal
George Oscar Earl, 50, a resident of O'Connor
township, died at home Saturday night after a heart seizure. Born and educated in O'Connor township, he farmed there, was employed during World War 11 at Canadian
Car Co. Ltd, plant, was a pulpwood cutter and lately worked as a grain trimmer. Mr. Earl was member of St. Phillips Roman Catholic Church at Hymers and was married
to the former Mary Silvaggio in 1935. Besides his wife at home, he is survived by a son, Larry at home; four daughters, Barbara (Mrs. Sam Lennox), of Brown Street;
Patricia (Mrs. J.R. Connolly) of O'Connor; Georgina (Mrs. Robert Lennox) of Cameron Street and Nita at home; two grandchildren; his father Oscar of West Brock Street;
three brothers, Chief C. E. Earl of Fort William Police Department, South Marks Street and Don and Orvil of O'Connor, and two sisters, Mrs. D. Whittaker of O'Connor
and Mrs. J. Joyce in Saskatchewan.
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Thurs 22 Apr 1915 Port Arthur News Chronicle
The death took place this morning at the R.M. and G.
Hospital of Mrs. Margaret Earl, of Hymers. Mrs. Earl, who has been sick for a long time, was sixty-six years of age and is survived by one son, residing at Hymers.
The body will be shipped from Watkinson's Undertaking Parlors, 236 Arthur Street, to Hymers on Saturday where interment will take place.
Earl, Mary Christina
20 Dec 1990 The Chronicle Journal
Tues 24 May 1977 The Chronicle Journal
Sat 1 Apr 1961 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Mr. Oscar Earl, 74, 141 E. Brock St., died in
hospital Friday March 31 following a short illness. Member of the Free Methodist Church, Hymers. Survived by wife Beata at home, sons Chief Charles E., Fort William;
Orval, Port Arthur; Donald, O'Connor; Daughters Mabel, Mrs. D'Eyncourt Whittaker, Kakabeka Falls; Viola, Mrs. James Joice, Bromhead, Sask; Brother Hamline Earl,
Brantford. Sisters Mrs. Fred Visseau, Port Arthur; Mrs. Nellie Scarrow, Colorado; Funeral services Monday at 1:45 p.m. in the Jenkens Funeral Home. Rev. John
Joice of the Free Methodist Church officiating. Interment in the Free Methodist Cemetery, O'Connor.
Mon 21 Dec 1936 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred early this morning at the
home of her son, Oscar Earl, O'Connor township, of Mrs. Sarah Earl, aged 85. She had resided in this district for 35 years. She was member of the Free Methodist
Church. She leaves three sons; Howard, Port Arthur; Oscar, in O'Connor; and Hamline, Brantford; and three daughters, Mrs. L. Maldron, Amity, Oregon; Mrs. Fred
Visseau, Port Arthur; and Mrs. H. Scarrow, Nolalu. Funeral arrangements have not been completed.
Earl, Sarah Tues 22 Dec 1936 Fort William Daily Times Journal*****
Earl, Thomas James
The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Earl will be held at
three o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the home of her daughter, Mrs. F. Visseau, 66 Duke Street, Port Arthur to Riverside Cemetery.
Mon 28 June 1954 Fort William Daily Times Journal
A farmer in the Kakabeka Falls district
and former member of the district school board, Thomas James Earl, 71, died at the family home this morning. Mr. Earl was born at Oxford County, Ontario and came
to O'Connor township 54 years ago and operated his own farm ever since. Surviving are his wife Hannah Harriet; four daughters, Exa (Mrs. Randle) of Port Arthur;
Miss Vera Earl at home; Ruth and Naomi Earl at Three Hills, Alberta.; a sister Mrs. Laura Hill of 524 North Brodie, Fort William and two grandchildren. The
funeral will be held Wednesday from Sargent's Chapel at 1 p.m. to O'Connor Union Church for services at 2:30 p.m. by Rev. Donald Sinclair, Baptist Church.
Interment will be in the O'Connor Cemetery
Edmond, William John
Fri 9 Sept 1938 Port Arthur News Chronicle
A pioneer farmer of this district, William
John Edmond, 70, of Dorion, died in hospital here yesterday following a short illness. He was born in Kingston, Ont., coming to this district 36 years ago to
take up farming in the vicinity of Dorion. He is survived by his wife Ellen, two sons, Edward and Michael of Dorion, and six grandchildren. Two sisters, Katherine
of Florida and Mrs. J. Garvia of Sydenham, Ont. also survive. The body will be taken from the Funeral Chapel, 299 Arthur Street, to Dorion this evening. The funeral
will be held tomorrow afternoon from the family home to the Roman Catholic Church at Dorion. Rev. Father O'Donnell will officiate. Interment will be in the
Dorion Catholic Cemetery.
Tues 29 July 1969 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Mrs. Effie Elchuk, age 80 years, resident
of Central Park Lodge, died at her residence on Tuesday July 29, 1969. Survived by one son George, of RR No 2, Fort William; four daughters, Mary, Mrs. J. Enders
of Kakabeka Falls; Anne, Mrs. M.N. Vaillancourt of Burlington, Ont.; Mabel, Mrs. J.E. Maley, RR 3 Slate River; Kathleen, Mrs. G. Maley, 219 W. Amelia Street; one
sister, Lena, Mrs. M. Achtymichuk, Yorkton, Sask.; one brother John Teslak of Saskatoon, Sask.; 20 grandchildren, nephews, nieces and other relatives survive.
Her husband Theodore predeceased her on November 10, 1963. Mrs. Effie Elchuk is resting at the Geo. E. Blake Funeral Chapel pending completion of funeral arrangements.
Elford, Edward Roy
Wed 20 Feb 1918 Port Arthur News Chronicle
The death occurred Monday evening of Edward
Roy, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Elford, Flint, Ont.
Enders, Annie (Mrs. John)
Mon 29 Mar 1926 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred at 3 o'clock
this morning of Annie, wife of John Enders of Kakabeka Falls. She was 26 years old. She had been ill only since Saturday. Besides her husband, she is survived by
twin sons, born Saturday, and a daughter Anna, aged six. She is also survived by a sister, Mrs. M. Cook of Stanley; her father, A. Pogue, and a brother Archie Pogue,
both of Stanley, and another brother, John Pogue of Kakabeka Falls, and a sister, Mrs. S. Campbell, also of Kakabeka Falls. Another sister, Mrs. S. Laughton, resides
in Fort William while the deceased's mother and two other sisters reside in Saskatchewan. The funeral will be held at 12:30 Tuesday from the home at Kakabeka Falls
to the cemetery at Stanley. The Rev. J.M. Newby, Baptist pastor will officiate.
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Enright, Mrs. George (Stevenson)
Fri 23 Apr 1926 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred last night
at Ingolf, of Mrs. George Enright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Stevenson, Murillo, after a lingering illness at the age of 32 years. Although ill for some time
the deceased was able to be about her household duties and a letter written by her yesterday was received this morning by her sorrowing parents. She leaves to mourn
her loss, her husband and three small children, Vernon, Arthur and Aldeen. The remains will reach Murillo on Number two today and the funeral will be held on Sunday
from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson to Stanley Cemetery where interment will take place.
Tues 9 Aug 1949 Port Arthur News Chronicle
Hanover Epps, 81, farmer in Oliver Township,
died in hospital here yesterday afternoon after a long illness. He had been a resident of the Murillo district for 30 years. He was an adherent of the United Church.
Surviving are three sons, Fred, 291 Hodder Avenue; Archie, Neebing Township, and Cyril, Pine Portage. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from
the Chapel, 200 South May Street, Fort William. Rev. Dan McIvor, M.P., will officiate.
Wed 20 Mar 1935 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred this morning in a Port Arthur
hospital of August Erickson, Nolalu, aged 58. Mr. Erickson came to this district from Finland, and had been a farmer at Nolalu 28 years. He was a member of the Finnish
Lutheran Church. He leaves five sons, August, Henry, Urho, Toivo and Allan, at Nolalu. Also surviving are two sisters, Annie, Mrs. Francis Merritt, Port Arthur and
Helma, Mrs. C. Maki, Nolalu; also eleven grandchildren. The funeral will be held at 1:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon with service at the Nolalu school house, conducted
by Rev. J.E. Nopola, of the Finnish Lutheran Church, Port Arthur. Interment will be in Nolalu Cemetery.
Mon 7 July 1958 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The funeral of Gladys Erickson, three-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waino Erickson, Shabaqua, who died Thursday, was held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. from the George
E. Blake Funeral Chapel. Rev. J.J. Muldoon, Rector of St. Patricks's Roman Catholic Church officiated. Interment was in St. Patrick's Cemetery.
Erickson, Ida (Sippila)
Thurs 19 Dec 1919 Port Arthur News Chronicle
Mrs. Ida Erickson, wife of August Erickson, of
Nolalu, died at the family home in Nolalu yesterday at the age of fifty-two years. She is survived by her husband and several children. The funeral is to be held
Saturday afternoon from the home at Nolalu to Nolalu Cemetery. Rev. J. Hirvi will conduct the services.
Fri 16 Jan 1953 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The funeral of Mrs. Ida Erickson, 87, of
West Pearson Township, who died Saturday was held at 1:45 p.m. Thursday from the Jenkens and Son Chapel to the familt plot, Mountain View Cemetery. Last
rites, conducted by Rev. J.W. Sippola, of the Finnish Lutheran Church, Port Arthur, were largely attended. Miss A. Rantanen was organist for two Finnish
Hymsn. Pallbearers were J. Aho, Jack and Henry Lankinen, Urho Maki, Antti and Theodore Oinonen. A daughter, Ella, Mrs. J. Laakso, of Millersville, Maryland,
USA attended the services.
24 Sept 1908 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Excerpt from Fatalities are Numerous-"The fatalities
from gas fumes occurred near Hymers where Jim Thatcher was sinking a well on his farm. John Thatcher, John Erickson and D. Maki were assisting him. Maki went down
into the shaft to hoist up some rocks and was overcome by the fumes. John Erickson went to his rescue and he too, was overcome. Then John Thatcher went down and met
a like fate......of the party, then hurried off for assistance, but all three were dead before they were taken out of the well. Coroner Birdsall is now at Hymers
investigating the occurrence. Erickson resided here for a time. He is about 35 years of age and leaves a widow, eight children and an aged mother. John Thatcher
was about 55 years of age, a widower and a native of Guelph. D. Maki was 28 years of age and unmarried.
Erickson, John Tues 13 Nov 1945 Port Arthur News Chronicle
John Erickson, 39, farmer of South Gillies,
died in hospital here shortly afternoon today following a short illness. Born at Kenora, he had lived in South Gillies district several years. He was a member of
the Finnish Lutheran Church. Surviving are his wife, one daughter Gloria, 12, one sister, Mrs. Laakso, Baltimore, Md., and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson,
South Gillies. The body is the Funeral Chapel, 226 South syndicate Avenue, Fort William.
Erickson, John, Thurs 15 Nov 1945 Port Arthur News Chronicle*****
The funeral of John Erickson, 39, of South
Gillies, who died Tuesday, will be held Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the Chapel, 226 South Syndicate Avenue, Fort William, to the Finnish Lutheran Church,
Nolalu at 2 o'clock. Rev. R.W. Heikkinen, Port Arthur Finnish Lutheran Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Lybster Cemetery. A sister, Mrs. G. Laakso,
Baltimore, Md., is expected at Fort William Sunday night.
Erickson, Leo Wed 21 July 1948 Port Arthur News Chronicle*****
The funeral of Leo Erickson, 70, of Intola,
who died Sunday, was held this afternoon at 12:30 from the Chapel, 299 Arthur Street. Rev. R.W. Heikkinen of the Finnish Lutheran Church officiated. Burial was
in Riverside Cemetery.
Thurs 19 Feb 1920 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The funeral of Miss Simie Erickson was held from the residence of her mother, Mrs. E. Holmstein on Monday the 16th. This makes two deaths in this family from the
flu in eleven months. The deceased leaves to mourn her loss, her mother, three brothers and two sisters. The funeral was very largely attended to Morganside Cemetery.
Erickson, Toivo Richard
Sat 21 May 1960 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Toivo Richard Erickson, aged 56 years,
of West Pearson Township, died accidentally May 16. Born in Sellars, Ont., son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson. Member of Canadian Legion Branch No.6. Survived
by two brothers, Hjalmar Erickson of Silver Mountain , Ray Holmstein of Fort William. Five sisters; Mrs. John Aho of W. Pearson; Mrs. Virgina Lindberg of Toronto; Mrs.
Toivo Reivonen and Mrs. Allan Takalo, both of Port Arthur; Mrs. Weikko Luokola, of West Pearson. Other relatives survive. Funeral services Monday afternoon at 2 p.m.
in Nolalu Lutheran Church conducted by Rev. W.A. Ranta. Burial in Leeper Cemetery. Body will be removed from Geo. E. Blake Funeral Chapel to Nolalu church Monday at noon.
Erickson, Uno (Nyrhila)
Wed 10 Sept 1975 The Chronicle Journal
Funeral services for Mr. Uno Erickson (Nyrhila)
aged 67 years of Nolalu, who died in hospital Tuesday were held Friday morning in the Jenkens Funeral Home, Rev. Eric Vuorinen of Bethel Lutheran Church officiated
and interment was in the Nolalu cemetery. The pallbearers were David Erickson, Ted Oinonen, Allan Ojala, Allan Erickson, Howard Huhta and William Erickson. Largely
attended by family and friends of the Lakehead, Nolalu and South Gillies area.
Erkkila, Maila Vellamo
Tues 6 Mar 2006 The Chronicle Journal
Erikkila, Elna Maria
Tues 22 Nov 1921 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Mrs. A. Erikkila of Intola, died yesterday morning at eleven o'clock at St. Joseph's Hospital at the age of twenty-four years. The funeral arrangements are not
yet completed but will be held from the residence at Intola.
Tues 25 Jan 1955 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The double funeral of Aimo Euren, age 36, Intola, and Alfred Blixt, 27, Kivikoski, who were both killed in a truck crash near Armstrong last Thursday was held
at 3:15 p.m. yesterday from the Everest Funeral Chapel to Riverside Cemetery for burial. Rev. R.A. Ranta officiated. The funeral was largely attended. Pallbearers
for Aimo Euren were George Paavala, Edwin Nurmi, James Dawson, Dick Strawson, Duke McKinnon and Don McLean. Pallbearers for Alfred Blixt were Bill Wainio, Ray
Wainio, Norman Makela, Ray Takala, Bruce Niemi and Mauno Luhtala.
Thurs 6 May 1948 Port Arthur News Chronicle
Mrs. Sofi Euren, 60, a resident of Intola, Ont.,
died in hospital here this morning after a long illness. Born in Finland, she came to Canada 36 years ago. She was a member of the Finnish Lutheran Church. Her
husband died here in 1938. Surviving are three daughters, two sons, two grandchildren and one brother. Daughters are Taimi, Mrs. E. Zepik, Auden, Ont.; Laura,
Mrs. Laura Henriksson, Intola; and Aili, Mrs. E.W. Upton, Port Arthur. Sons are Aino and Laurie, at home. Grandchildren are Irene and Ronald Henriksson and brother
Gust Hill, Port Arthur. There are also relatives in Finland. The funeral will be held at 1:45 Monday afternoon from the Chapel, 299 Arthur Street, to the Finnish
Lutheran Church for service at 2 o'clock. Rev. R.W. Heikkinen of the Finnish Lutheran Church will officiate . Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery.
Everett, Baby Boy
17 Mar 1899 Fort William Daily Journal
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reid Everett of Murillo have
lost their infant son
5 Apr 1908 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Beatrice Everett age 3 yrs of Murillo
Wed 8 Dec 1943 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The funeral of Mrs. Clara Everett, 72, pioneer
resident of this district and widow of the late Robert Reid Everett, who died Saturday afternoon was held yesterday afternoon from the Geo. E. Blake Funeral Chapel
at 2 o'clock. Services were conducted by the Rev. S. F. Yeomans, rector of St. Luke's Anglican Church. There was a large attendance and the minister delivered words
of condolence. There were two hymns "Safe In The Arms Of Jesus" and "Rock Of Ages" with Mrs. Marion Beecher, A.T.C.M., presiding at the organ. Burial was made
in the family plot, Stanley Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers comprised of three sons; George, Harvey and John; a son-in-law Edward St. Lawrence; a brother Robert Everett
and a nephew Roy Bingham.
Everett, Emily (Rawlings)
6 July 1969 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Everett, Henrietta (MacLean)
23 July 1969 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Everett, Lawson B.
Tues 25 Jan 1955 Fort William Daily Times Journal
A native and pioneer farmer of Oliver Township, Lawson B. Everett, 60, died at the family home near Murillo yesterday afternoon following a heart seizure.
The death came as a shock to the farming community of Murillo where he had lived all his life. Mr. Everett had been in apparently good health. He was born in
Oliver township, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Everett. Educated in Oliver schools, he had farmed in the township all his life. Mr. Everett had taken a
keen interest in the community affairs. He was a member of the Oliver Agricultural Society and had won many prizes in the society-sponsored Murillo fair. Mr.
Everett was the owner of a fine herd of Hereford cattle. He was a member of the Murillo United Church and a former member of the Loyal Orange Lodge. He was
married to the former Miss Millie Everett who predeceased him in 1935. He was remarried in 1947 to Miss Margaret Kennedy. Surviving are his wife, one son
Ronald, Oliver Township; a grandson Barry; three sisters, Effie, Mrs. W. Reid, Murillo; Mrs. Gladys Rochon, Keewatin, Ont.; and Clara, Mrs. Ernest Pond,
Saskatoon, and a brother William Everett, 370 Empire Avenue. Also surviving are uncles, aunts, nephews and nieces. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock
Thursday afternoon in the Jenkens Funeral home with Rev. R.J. Parsons of Murillo United Church officiating. Burial will be in the family plot, Stanley Hill Cemetery.
Everett, Lawson, Mrs.
Tues 8 Jan 1935 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Mrs. Lawson Everett, Murillo,
aged 40 years, died this morning in hospital after a lengthy illness. She is survived by her husband and one son Ronald, 15. Also surviving are her father,
R. R. Everett, of Oliver, and six sisters; Cora, Mrs. W. Fredenburg, Jellicoe; Esther, Mrs. C. Turnbull, Sioux Lookout; Myrtle, Mrs. Grant Bingham, Port Arthur;
Gertrude, Mrs. D. Cliff, Fort William; Mabel, Mrs. McKinnon, Murillo; and Lena, also of Fort William. There are two brothers, Richard and Leonard, both at home.
Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
Everett, Leonard Reese
4 Feb 1974 The Chronicle Journal
Everett, Mary (Mrs. John)
Mon 18 Dec 1911 Fort William Daily Journal
Mrs. John Everitt, of Oliver township,
died at her home near Murillo on Saturday, heart failure being the cause. Mr. and Mrs. Everett where among the pioneers of the district, coming here from Owen
Sound 22 years ago. She was 57 years of age.
Mon 15 Oct 1956 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Myrtle Everett, 10-year-old daughter of Mrs. Martha Everett of Murillo, died in Port Arthur Hospital this morning after a brief illness. Born in Murillo,
she had attended No. 3 Oliver school and was in grade 3. Surviving are her mother, five brothers, five sisters, aunts and uncles. Her father predeceased her in
1953. The brothers are Arvo, Toivo, James, William and Peter, all at home. Sisters are Lillian (Mrs. Ed Janutnen), Murillo; Violet of South Empire Avenue, Port
Arthur; and Helmi, Jean and Darlene, at home. The body rests at Everest Funeral Home pending burial arrangements.
Everett, Myrtle Tues 16 Oct 1956 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Everett, Richard A.
Funeral of Myrtle Everett, 10 year-old daughter of Mrs. Martha Everett, of Murillo, who died Monday, will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon from the
Everest Chapel. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. Rev. D. Hilton, of Murillo United Church will officiate.
Tues 11 Apr 1967 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Everett-Johnson, Ellen Jane (Turner)
Tues 26 Sept 2006 The Chronicle Journal
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