T-Funeral Notices & Obituaries
Thurs 8 June 1961 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Mr. Antti, age 73, of South Gillies, died in hospital June 8, 1961. Survived by his wife Hannah, one son Gunnard, one daughter Mrs. Sylvia Paayola and 2 grandchildren, all of South Gillies. One brother and 3 sisters in Finland. Funeral services Saturday at 1:45 p.m. in the Geo. E. Blake Chapel, Rev. Toivo Pajala officiating. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery.
Sat 25 Oct 1952 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Mrs. Ina Tamminen, 61, wife of Emil Tamminen of Intola, died unexpectedly at her home yesterday. She had been ill for sometime. She was born in Sakkiyarvi, Finland and came to Canada, to Port Arthur 38 years ago. She had lived at Intola for the past 32 years. She is survived by her husband, one son, Tauno at home, and a brother Aino Ahola of Nolalu. One brother and sister survive in Finland. The body is resting at the Everest Chapel pending arrangements.
Tamminen, Aina Mon 27 Oct 1952 Fort William Daily Times Journal*****
Tams, William James
The funeral of Mrs. Aina Tamminen, 61, Intola, Ont. who died Saturday will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday from the Everest Funeral Chapel to Riverside Cemetery. Rev. T. Pajala will officiate.
Mon 17 Nov 1969 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Taskinen, A. E. (Betty)
Sat 5 Jan 1980 The Chronicle Journal
Mon 25 June 1934 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred on Saturday in Port Arthur Hospital of Charles Taskinen, Gorham Township farmer, aged 62. He had been in hospital for 3 weeks. Mr. Taskinen came
to Ontario 32 years ago from Finland and had resided at Kivikoski for many years. He was a member of the Finnish Lutheran Church. He leaves his wife and one son at
Kivikoski and five daughters, all married, three of whom reside in Canada and two in Finland. The funeral will be held at three o'clock Tuesday afternoon from the home,
Gorham township to Kivikoski Cemetery.
Wed 24 July 1940 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred suddenly this morning at her
home, Gorham township, of Mrs. Helena Taskinen, 68. She had lived in Canada 27 years, coming to this country from Finland. She leaves one son Charles of Gorham and four
daughters, three of whom live in the district and one in Finland. The funeral will be held Friday afternoon from the home of her son, Charles, Kivikoski, with burial
in Kivikoski Cemetery.
Fri 27 Sept 1974 The Chronicle Journal
Mon 13 July 1936 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Helvi Taullu, three-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Taulla, of South Gillies, died Saturday night in hospital after a short illness. She is survived by her parents and two sisters, Gertrude, 6 and Eleanor, 1. and one brother Frank, 4. The funeral was held this afternoon from the Jenkens and Son Funeral Home to the family home in West Pearson Township at two o'clock. Rev. E.J. Nopola, of Port Arthur, officiated. Burial was in the Leeper cemetery.
Fri 27 Feb 1920 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. C. Taylor, Slate River, died on Thursday last.
Tues 4 Aug 1964 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Mrs. Albert (Catherine) Taylor, aged 67 years, resident of R.R. No.3 Fort William, died Sunday August 2, 1964 following a seizure at her home. Member of the Slate River United Church. Surviving, husband Albert, at home; sons Edwin, Toledo Street, Port Arthur; Earl R. Conmee Street, Port Arthur; daughter Margaret, Mrs. N. Gregory, Dorion; 12 grandchildren, five great grandchildren, brothers Andrew Smith, North Bay; William, Hamilton; Alex of California; sister Elsie, Mrs. E. Meadows of California. Funeral services at 1:45 p.m. Wednesday in the Jenkens Funeral Home, the Rev Cecil King officiating. Interment in the family plot in Mountain View cemetery.
Temple, Russell Lee
7 July 1998 Guelph Mercury
Ten Have, Helen
Mon 8 Jan 2007 The Chronicle Journal
15 Sept 1959 Port Arthur News Chronicle
The funeral of Arthur Tenhunen, 63, of
Silver Mountain, who died Friday, was held at 2 p.m. Monday from the Chapel, 299 Arthur St., with Rev. T. Pajala of the Finnish Pentecostal Church officiating.
Interment was in Riverside Cemetery. Pallbearers were Michael Huhta, Arvo Niemi, Vilho Mesifaki, Dick Kotanen, Elias Lehto and Arnold Ilkka.
Sat 17 May 1969 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Adolph Tenkula, 58, of Nolalu suffered a seizure at his home early Friday, was removed to hospital and pronounced dead on arrival. Born in Fort William, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Tenkula, he was educated in Fort William and Nolalu school. He worked on his father's farm and also operated family pulp cutting rights in the Nolalu area. He was forced to retire in 1960 due to poor health. A member of the Nolalu Finnish Lutheran Church, he was married in Fort William April 8, 1930 to the former Jennie Kosola. Surviving are his wife, at home; two sons, Ted at home; and Adolph, E. Mary St.; two daughters, Mabel (Mrs. Oiva Oinonen) Strathcona St., Port Arthur; and Karen (Mrs. Jack McPhail) Ridgeway St.; seven grandchildren, a brother Waldimar, Nolalu, sister Veino (Mrs. Arvo Mattila), Mokomon and other relatives. He was predeceased by his mother in 1920, a son Humbert, accidentally in October 1954 and his father, August 1967.
Tues 6 July 2004 The Chronicle Journal
Tessier, Florence (Bourdot)
Wed 30 March 2005 The Chronicle Journal
Thurs 28 Dec 1950 Fort William Daily Times Journal
A Hymers farmer, Paulo Tesolin, 64, died unexpectedly in hospital here last night. He had lived in the district for 38 years. Born in the town of Chions, Province of Udine, Italy, he came to Fort William 38 years ago and lived here a short while before clearing a farm at Hymers. He had lived there since. Mr. Tesolin attended St. Phillips Roman Catholic Church at Hymers and was a member of the Italian Legion No. 113. He married the former Augusta Bottos in Italy 40 years ago. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons, John and Merico, at home, and two daughters, Rondina, Mrs. Joseph Kerkermeier, Hymers and Mae, at home. There is one grandchild. Surviving also are three brothers, Guido, of Windsor, Luigi and Sante of Italy. He was predeceased by one brother and a sister in Italy. The funeral will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. from the Blake Funeral Chapel to St. Dominic's Roman Catholic Church for requiem high mass at 9:30. Celebrant will be Rev. E. Valorosi. Interment will be in the family plot, St. Patrick's Cemetery. Rosary will be recited in the chapel at 8:30 p.m. Friday.
Sat 5 July 1975 The Chronicle Journal
Thatcher, Ada May
20 January 1979 The Chronicle Journal
Mon 29 May 2000 Chronicle Journal
November 19, 1901 - May 29, 2000 Mrs. Helen Thatcher passed away on Monday, May 29th, 2000 at McKellar Hospital at age 98 years. Helen was born in Sellars and lived in South Gillies for many years. Helen was married to Tom Thatcher in 1922. Helen and Tom lived in Pearl from the early 1030’’s until the early 1950’’s. Helen loved knitting, sewing, painting and spending time with her family. Helen was predeceased by her husband Tom, in 1953. She is survived by daughter Irene Kennedy, grandchildren Bruce (wife Tracy), Bob (wife Sheila), and Helen (husband Rene). her 7 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, May 31st, at 1:30 pm in the chapel of Jenkens Funeral Home. Rev. David Sparks officiating. Interment in Mountain View Cemetery. If friends so desire, memorial donations to the charity of your choice would be appreciated.
29 June 1926 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred in the McKellar Hospital last evening of James Thatcher after a long illness. He was in his 83rd year. Mr. Thatcher was one of the pioneer farmers of Hymers district, having carried on an agricultural enterprise there for the past 26 years. Three daughters and three sons survive him. They are Mrs. T.H. Hewer, Toronto; Mrs P. Ireland of Toronto; Mrs. L. Roe of Toronto; Fred Thatcher, Pontiac Mich, J.M. Thatcher, Hymers, E. Thatcher, Guelph. Two brothers and one sister, H. Thatcher of Guelph, T. Thatcher of Michigan and Mrs,. N. Long, Hamilton also survive him.
Thatcher, James Murray
12 October 1957 Fort William Daily Times Journal
24 September 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.
Thatcher, William J.
13 October 1965 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Mon 24 Apr 1939 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Proprietor of a dairy in McIntyre township for many years, Benjamin Thomas died this morning at his home, 224 Stephen Street, Port Arthur, aged 59. he had resided in Port Arthur and this district for 29 years and retired from business about a year ago due to ill health. Besides his wife, he leaves four stepsons, William, John, James and George, all in Port Arthur, one sister Mrs. H. Hill, two nephews, Elmer and Harold Hill, and one niece, Phyllis Hill at High Street North, Port Arthur. The funeral will be held on Wednesday afternoon, leaving the home, 224 Stephen Street, Port Arthur at 1:40 o'clock for service in St. John's Anglican Church at two o'clock. Canon F.H. Hincks will officiated and interment will be in Riverside cemetery. The body will be removed to the home at eight o'clock Tuesday night from the funeral home, 21 Court street N., Port Arthur.
Thomas, Mary Jane
Wed 15 July 1936 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred this morning of Mary Jane Thomas, wife of Ernest E. Thomas, of Intola, aged 72 years. Mrs. Thomas came from Guelph about 30 years ago and settled in McIntyre Township. Besides here husband she leaves four sons, Fred and Harold, of Port Arthur; David in McIntyre; and George in Guelph; one sister, Mrs. C.A. Loucks of Campbellford; and three brothers, Alex Leeson, Havelock, Samuel Leeson, Peterborough, and David Leeson, Campbellford. The funeral will be held on Friday afternoon leaving the home, Intola, at two o'clock for service in St. James' Anglican Church, McIntyre Township at 2:30 o'clock. Interment will be in St. James' Cemetery.
Mon 9 Jan 1939 Fort William Daily Times Journal
A resident of Rossport and the district for 44 years, Samuel
Thrower died yesterday in a Port Arthur Hospital, aged 74. He was a fisherman. Besides his wife, he leaves six sons. Leonard and Russel of 39 Algoma Street, Port Arthur; Clarence
and Samuel of Little Long Lac; William of Schreiber; and Charles of Woodstock; and two daughters, Mrs. V. Filteau, Port Arthur; and Mrs. McCutcheon of Detroit, Mich.
The funeral will be held at 1:45 o'clock Tuesday afternoon from the Funeral home, 21 Court Street North, Port Arthur to Riverside Cemetery. Rev. A.J. McMahaon
of First Presbyterian Church, Port Arthur will officiate.
Mon 11 April 1932 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred in McKellar Hospital early this morning of Mrs. Nellie
Tidman, 52, wife of Alfred Tidman of Finmark, Ont. The late Mrs. Tidman was born in Birmingham, England and came to Canada in 1908. She had resided in Finmark for the last 14 years. Besides her husband she is survived by one son Arthur, and two daughters, Gladys and Doris, all residing at home. The funeral will be held Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Blake Funeral Chapel. Rev. R. Dewar will officiate and interment will be in Riverside cemetery.
Tiedeman, Augustus (Cryderman, Gustave)
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.
Tiedeman, Augustus Mon 1 May 1939 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Funeral services for the late Augustus Legrand Tiedeman, pioneer of O'Connor township who died last month, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at O'Connor cemetery. They will be conducted by Rev. Harry Kay of First Church United.
Tiedeman, Augustus L. Thurs 4 May 1939 Fort William Daily Times Journal*****
The funeral service for the late Augustus Legrand Tiedeman who died in March was held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at O'Connor cemetery. Rev. Harry Kay of First Church United, West Fort William, officiated. The service was attended by many residents of the city and district. The pallbearers were C. Campbell, R.J. Burrows, J.M. Shewfelt, Lindsay Cardiff, Hardy Whittaker and John Winslow.
Sat 17 Jan 1942 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The funeral of the late Eric Tienhaara of Wolf Siding, who died yesterday, will be held Monday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock from the Jenkens and Son Funeral Home to the family residence at Wolf Siding for services at 2 o'clock. Rev. J.E. Nopola of the Finnish Lutheran Church will officiate and burial will be at Suomi.
Mon 10 Aug 1942 Port Arthur News Chronicle
Toivo Tienhaara, 31, Nolalu district, died in hospital at Fort William yesterday morning after a long illness. Mr. Tienhaara farmed in the district all his life. He and his wife were living at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Heden, Nolalu. Surviving besides his wife are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Tienhaara, Suomi., Ont; two brothers, George of Mokomon, Ont.; Eino, with the Canadian Army; and two sisters, Mrs. Veino Johnson and Mrs. Sydney Jonasson, both of Suomi. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon from the Chapel, 200 South May Street, Fort William for service at the Nolalu Finnish Lutheran Church at 2 o'clock. Rev. J.E. Nopola, Finnish Lutheran Church, Port Arthur will officiate. Burial will be in Nolalu Cemetery
Sat 16 Mar 1929 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The Hymers friends of Mr. Toivo Tissari regret to learn of the death of their infant son.
Tissari, Infant Tues 19 Mar 1929 Fort William Daily Times Journal*****
Tissari, Urho Armas
Sympathy is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Toivo Tissari in the loss of their baby who passed away last Wednesday.
Thurs 19 Aug 1954 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The funeral of Urho Armas Tissari, 53, Nipigon, who died in Nipigon Red Cross Hospital late Tuesday evening will be held at 2 p.m. Friday from the United Church in Nipigon to Cliffside Cemetery. Rev. D. McIvor will officiate. The body will be moved from the Everest Funeral Chapel to the Church late Friday morning. Born in Finland, Urho Tissari came to South Gillies 45 years ago. He lived there about 18 years and then moved to Nipigon where he has lived since. He married the former Alma Salo in Port Arthur in 1925. He was a carpenter by trade and last employed by the St. Lawrence Corporation. Surviving are his wife Alma, one daughter Vera, Mrs. K.W. Mueller, Beardmore, and his mother, Mrs. Hilda Tissari, South Gillies. His father predeceased him in 1943. There are two grandchildren. Also surviving are four brothers and two sisters. The brothers are Eino, Waino, Arne and Elo, all of South Gillies. The sisters are Impi, Mrs. C. Maki of South Gillies and Lempi, Mrs. F. Winslow of McIntyre Township.
Mon 15 Apr 1940 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Pioneer resident of Port Arthur and Oliver Township, Arthur Todd died suddenly yesterday morning at his home in Oliver Township near Murillo. He was 73 years of age. Mr. Todd had been in poor health recently. He was born in Kingston, Ont. and moved to Port Arthur about 1880. He was a water boy on the Canadian Pacific Railway construction gang and later was employed by the late DF Burke. In 1900 he formed a partnership with the late William Aitkens at Bonheur, to freight supplies to mines near Ignace. In 1905 he settled on a homestead in Oliver and carried on lumbering and later farming operations. He retired about three years ago. He was married Sept 30, 1891 in St. James Anglican church, Murillo to Margaret Ann Cook, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cook. Rev. Mr. Kirby performed the ceremony. Mr. Todd was an active member of St. James' Parish. Besides his wife, he leaves two sons, Henry Todd of 33 Shepherd Street, Port Arthur; and Earl, at home; and four daughters, Hazel, Mrs. L. James, Fort William; Frances, Mrs. George Ellett, Murillo; Mary, Mrs. George Hinchey, 65 Jean Street, Port Arthur; and Edith, nurse at the Ontario Paper Company Plant at Heron Bay. He also leaves two sisters, Mrs. James Dennison in Kingston and Mrs. Ann Robins in Spokane, Wash., and 11 grandchildren. The funeral will be held on Wednesday afternoon. A private service at the home, Oliver Township at 3:15 o'clock will be followed by a service in St. James Church, Murillo at 3:30 o'clock. Rev. C. Pete will officiate. Interment will be made in St. James Cemetery.
Mon 29 Apr 1946 Port Arthur News Chronicle
The funeral of Fabi Toivo, 73, Gorham Township, who died Wednesday, was held at 1:30 from the Funeral Chapel, 299 Arthur Street, to Lappe Finnish Lutheran Church for service at 2 o'clock. Two Finnish hymns were sung. Miss Aina Rantanen organist. Burial was in the Lappe Cemetery. Pallbeareres were A. Hendrickson, D. Lahtonen, R. Rafty, M. Pakka, K. Ranta and J. Ihantola.
Mon 2 March 1936 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Stricken suddenly and fatally ill Saturday afternoon, Miss Anne- Lisa Tornblom, teacher at school number 4, Slate River, died in Port Arthur hospital Saturday evening about seven o'clock. She was 27 years old. Rushed to hospital, Miss Tornblom was found to be suffering from an internal hemorrhage. An operation was performed in an effort to save her life but she weakened steadily and succumbed early in the evening. The late Miss Tornblom had been teaching at Slate River for the past year, but prior to her last appointment had six years
teaching experience in Northwestern Ontario schools. Her untimely death comes as a great shock not only to her pupils who regarded her with unusual affection but among the people of Slate River where she quickly made many friends. She was deeply interested in the work of the 4-H Club. She was devoted to church activities and to general welfare work. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Tornblom of Stanley, three brothers and four sisters. They are Ivar and Rolph, at home; Eric of Tip Top Spur; Brita, Mrs. Harry Limer, Ardeen Mines; Edla, attending normal school, Toronto; Ruth, attending Fort William vocational school; and Karin, living at home. The funeral will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock from the Blake Funeral Home, south May Street by Rev. J. Anderson of Murillo. Burial will be in Stanley Cemetery.
Wed 31 July 1935 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death of Reynold Tornblom, aged four years and ten months, occurred last night in hospital at 8:30 o'clock. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Tornblom of Harstone, and three brothers, Eric, Ivar and Rolf, and five sisters, Ruth, Elda, Karin, Anna, Lisa, and Mrs. H. Limer, of Kakabeka Falls. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon from the family home at Harstone at 3 o'clock. Rev. T.J. Haire of the Slate River Baptist Church will officiate. Interment will be in Stanley Hill cemetery.
Wed 27 June 1945 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Mrs. Mary Torrie, 82, widow of the late Donald Torrie and last of the surviving pioneers who broke the land in Conmee Township died this morning in hospital after a short illness. For many years, the kindly hospitable lady was widely known in the district. The Torrie homestead was a welcome halfway house for the hardy settlers of the early days who (unreadable) Conmee farming district. Mrs. Torrie was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1863. She came with her husband to Canada during 1904 and stayed for a few months in Port Arthur. Then Mr. and Mrs. Torrie moved to Conmee, forming one of a small group of early settlers. They farmed there for 14 years. The hardships of early pioneering were often recalled by the late Mrs. Torrie. How ample supplies had to be carried on foot from Kakabeka, and how feed for cattle had to be packed on the back and a hundred-and-one vicissitudes and to be endured by the hardy settlers who broke the land in the lakehead hinterland. The Torries retired from active farming in 1919 and moved to Kakabeka where they made their home until Mr. Torrie's death April 1937. Mrs. Torrie had made her home at the residences of her daughters, Mrs. Fred Chadwell, Kakabeka and Mrs. R. Walker, 229 Cameron Street. The late Mrs. Torrie was a member of Port Arthur Presbyterian Church and Kakabeka United Church and is a charter member of the ladies aid of the last named church. She is survived by three sons and two daughters. They are Lachlan Torrie and Arthur Torrie, both of Kakabeka and Lieut. D. Torrie, with the Royal Canadian Engineers, Regina. Daughters are Mary, Mrs. Fred Chadwell, Kakabeka and Margaret, Mrs. R. Walker, 239 Cameron Street. Among other numerous survivors are seven granddaughters and three grandsons. A grandson, Donald Torrie, of Kakabeka has recently returned from overseas after being a prisoner of war in Germany since last Sept. Five great-grandchildren also survive. The body is now resting at the Blake Funeral Chapel pending completion of funeral arrangements. It is the request of the bereaved family that floral offerings be sent.
Torrie, Mary Thurs 28 June 1945 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Torrie, 82, Kakabeka, pioneer settler and widow of the late Donald Torrie, who died early Wednesday morning will be held from the
Blake Funeral Chapel at two o'clock Saturday afternoon. Services will be conducted by Rev. M.J.V. Shaver of Murillo United Church, assisted by Rev. J. Stanley
Flook, minister of the First Presbyterian Church. It is the request of the family that floral tributes be omitted.
Mon 15 Sept 1947 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred early Sunday morning in Fort William hospital of John Touhimaa, 53, of 42 Grange St., Toronto., Ont. Born in Finlnd, he came to Canada in 1936,
residing at Hearst for a number of years. He is survived by his wife Mary and a brother Vaino of Coal Center, Penn. The remains are resting at the Everest and Son
Funeral Home pending funeral arrangements.
Towell, William Arthur
Tues 29 May 1984 Chronicle Journal
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Trewin, A. W.
Tues 16 March 1926 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The funeral of the late A.W. Trewin, pioneer
farmer of Slate River, was held Monday afternoon from the family residence to the Slate River Baptist Church. Many attended the obsequies of the pioneer, the neighbors
turning out from the farms and homesteads for many miles around. The services were conducted by Rev. A. Delamore of Slate River, who was assisted by Rev. P.C. Reed of
Port Arthur. The pallbearers were all old neighbors and friends of the deceased. They were S. Monteith, J. Miller, J.R. Hutchinson, Angus Gillespie, J. Trimble and
Campbell Hannah. Relatives from a distance who attended were George and Silas Trewin, sons, of Oyen, Alberta, Mrs. S. Corley, daughter, of Hardisty, Alberta, and Mrs.
A. Lewingtoon, daughter, of Winnipeg. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery.
Trewin, Charles Mon 18 Sept 1950 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Resident of Slate River for 50 years, Charles Trewin, died in hospital here Sunday afternoon after a brief illness. He was 54. Mr. Trewin was born on Manitoulin
Island March 24, 1896, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Trewin. He moved to Slate River with the family 50 years ago. He received his early education in the Slate
River school and saw service with the Canadian Army during the First World War. He was stationed in France. Upon his return he took up farming in Slate River. He had
lived with his brother Norman for the past 15 years. A member of the Slate River Baptist Church, Mr. Trewin is survived by five brothers and two sisters, they are Norman,
of Slate River; William, Victoria Avenue; Fred and Silas of Oyen, Alta; George of Enzer Block, Fort William; Mrs. Fred Lewington of Winnipeg, and Mrs. D.H. Harris, North
Vickers Street. The funeral will be held on Wednesday at two p.m. at the Jenkens and Son Funeral Home. Rev. Dan McIvor will officiate. Interment will be in the family
plot, Mountain View Cemetery.
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Tripp, Amy Catherine
tues 6 Dec 1955 Fort William Daily Times Journal
District pioneer, Mrs. Amy Catherine Tripp, 84,
of 1912 Bailey Street, wife of Captain E.C. Tripp, of Cloud Bay, died early today in hospital after a lengthy illness. Born in Eastern Ontario, she was educated there
and married Mr. Tripp 48 years ago, residing most of the time in Cloud Bay. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Vent. An adherent of the Anglican Church,
she is survived by her husband; two sons, Bascom of 1912 Bailey Street: Edmund, of Favorable Lake, Ont.; four grandchildren, two sisters, Annie and Florence of Toronto; a
brother George of Victoria Harbor, Ont.; nephews and nieces in eastern Ontario and California. The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday from the George e. Blake Chapel
to the family plot Mountain View Cemetery with Rev. Roy Haddon of St. Thomas' Church officiating.
Tripp, Edmund Claude
Thurs 29 Oct 1959 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Gold prospector, Arctic traveller,
scout during the second Riel Rebellion and founder of famous mines, Capt, Edmund Claude Tripp, due to celebrate his 92nd birthday in November died in hospital
Wednesday afternoon. His lifetime of adventure and fame was more fascinating than any tale of fiction from his birth at Fenelon Falls, Ont., until his retiring
years spent in Fort William and the Cloud Bay area. During the Northwest or second Reil Rebellion of 1885-86, he served as a mounted scout for Canadian Troops
and witnessed the hanging of Louis Reil in 1886. He went to Michigan but returned to Canada to take part in the Klondike gold rush of 1898, his first of many
mining undertakings. Capt. Trip was commissioned in 1906 to go to the Arctic to gather material for the CNR to be used as a sportsman's show in Toronto, New York
and later England. Between mining adventures , he began fox-farming at White Otter Lake neat Atikokan and moved to this district in 1942. With the advent of the
gold rush to Red Lake in 1925 he helped stake the famous Jackson-Manion Mine, discovered four other mines himself and then began operating boat cruises from
Cloud Bay, Fort William, Port Arthur and Rosspoert. Operating a general store at Cloud Bay, he had resided there and in Fort William during his latter years.
He had aslo operated a tourist camp there for some years and was a former Justice of the Peace, member of school boards in the Cloud Bay area and one-time
employee of the Department of Lands and Forests. A great hunter and fisherman, Capt. Tripp shot a bear late a t night last year outside his Cloud Bay home.
Married at Toronto to the former Amy Catherine Vent, who predeceased him in 1955, he was an adherent of the Anglican Church. Surviving are two sons, Bascom,
of 1912 Bailey Avenue; and Edmund, of Savage Island, Man.; a sister Mrs Harry Quinn, of Shebandowan; five grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Capt. Tripp was predeceased by a brother Wesley in 1957. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. in the George E. Blake Funeral Chapel. Rev. E. Roy Haddon of St.
Thomas Anglican Church will officiate. Interment will be in the family plot, Mountain View Cemetery.
28 September 1928 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred at Cloud Bay Friday
Morning after a lengthy illness of Isaac Tripp. He was eighty five years old and is survived by his wife, who is eighty one years old, four sons and four
daughter: W.B. Tripp of Pointiac, Mich: Capt. E.C. Tripp of Cloud Bay: James Tripp, Grants's Pass, Oregon: J.W. Tripp, Cloud Bay: Mrs. P. Chase. Riderwood,
Washington: Mrs Howard Guyer, Louis Town, Montana: and Mrs. G. Mudge, Cloud Bay. The funeral was held on Sunday afternoon from the home of J.W. Tripp at 2
o'clock with interment in Crooks Township cemetery.
Tripp, James Wesley
Thurs 24 Oct 1957 Fort William Daily Times Journal
James Wesley Tripp, 84, a pioneer
resident of Cloud Bay, died in hospital Wednesday afternoon following a lengthy illness. A resident of Cloud Bay for 40 years he had formerly operated a store
there for 25 years and had also farmed in the area. He was a past member of the Cloud Bay School Board and was well-known throughout the district. He was married
to the former Viola Sherman, who predeceased him in 1937. Surviving is one daughter, Clara (Mrs. K. McDonnell) of 216 Cumming Street. Four grandchildren, a brother,
Capt. E.C. Tripp, cloud Bay, and a sister Mrs. H.I. Quinn, of Shebandowan, as well as other relatives in Canada and the U.S.A. also survive. Funeral services will
be held Friday at 2 p.m. in the George E. Blake Funeral Chapel with Rev. D. Hilton, of Murillo United Church officiating. Burial will be in the family plot, Cloud
Fri 21 June 1935 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Following a heart attack suffered yesterday
afternoon at the family residence, Cloud Bay, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Tripp, 87, died early this morning in hospital. Mrs. Tripp was taken ill yesterday afternoon
and was brought to hospital last evening by members of the family. She died a few hours after being admitted to the hospital. The late Mrs. Tripp, widow of the
late Isaac Tripp, of Cloud Bay, had been a resident of Cloud Bay for the last 22 years. She was well-known and respected highly. She is survived by three sons,
William of Detroit; E.C. of Port Arthur and J. Wesley of Cloud Bay. She is also survived by three daughters, Mrs. P. Chase of Clemeth Falls, Oregon; Mrs. G. Mudge
of Mine Center, and Minnie, living in Montana. Several grandchildren and great-grandchildren survive also. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
from the family residence, Cloud Bay. Rev. D. McIvor of First Church United will officiate and interment will be in Cloud Bay Cemetery.
Thurs 18 Feb 1937 Fort William Daily Times Journal
A well known and highly respected
resident of Cloud Bay for the last 23 years, Mrs. Viola Tripp, 41, wife of James Wesley Tripp, of Cloud Bay, died early this morning in a Port Arthur Hospital.
Death followed a short illness. News of Mrs. Tripp's comparatively sudden demise comes as a shock to her many friends in the district and city. Besides her husband,
she is survived by a baby daughter, Clara, two months old. She is also survived by a sister, residing in Milwaukee, and a brother living in Detroit. The body will
be taken to the family home at Cloud Bay at noon on Saturday whence the funeral will be held at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. A. Moffatt, First Church United, West Fort William,
will officiate and interment will be in Cloud Bay Cemetery.
Tripp, Viola Thurs 18 Feb 1937 Port Arthur News Chronicle*****
Tuominen, Amanda (Mrs. John)
Mrs. Viola Tripp, 41, wife of James Wesley Tripp,
Cloud Bay, died early this morning following a short illness. She is survived by her husband and one daughter, Clara, two months old. A sister in Milwaukee and a
brother in Detroit also survive. Mrs. Tripp had lived in Cloud Bay district for twenty-three years. Her husband operated a filling station and small store there for
many years. The body will rest at the Funeral Chapel, 200 South May Street, Fort William, until Saturday noon, at which time it will be removed to the family residence
at Cloud Bay. The funeral will be held at 2:30 Saturday afternoon, with Rev. Moffatt, First Presbyterian Church United, conducting the services and burial will be made
in Cloud Bay Cemetery.
Wed 15 Dec 1948 Port Arthur News Chronicle
The funeral of Mrs. John Tuominen
of Sunshine, who died Friday, was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Chapel, 299 Arthur Street to Riverside Cemetery. Burial was in the family plot.
Two Finnish hymns were sung. Miss Aini Rantanen was organist. Pallbearers were C. Immonen, W. Koski, J. Aho, J. Tamminen, N. Aro and J. Eckland.
17 Nov 1934 Port Arthur Chronicle Journal
Antti Tuominen, 55, Gorham Township farmer,
was killed instantly at 7:30 this morning when a truck in which he was a passenger failed to go up a steep hill near the Gorham School on Kivikoski Road, about
sixteen miles from the city, skidded backward on the road made icy by the melting of recent snows, and yoppled over a ten foot embankment. The truck turned over
to the right once and came to rest right side up in a small creek thirty feet below the roadway. Tuominen was killed when the truck rolled over on him when he
attempted to get out of the cab through the door on the right hand side. Waino Johnson, 138 Secord Street, owner and driver of the truck, escaped injury by
leaping from the door on the left side. The two men were driving toward Port Arthur with a load of pulpwood being deliverd for Tuominen to the Provincial Paper
Mill. As the truck turned over the pulpwood was thrown to the side of the road as though it had been piled there. The truck was only slightly damaged and the
opinion expressed that Tuominen might have escaped had he remained in the cab as it rolled down the hill after dropping ten feet from the roadway. Coroner Dr.
Charles Powell investigated the accident in company with Provincial Constable Harvey Blair and decided an inquest was not necessary. Mr. Tuominen was born in
Finland and had been farming in this district for twenty-three years. He is survived by his wife, two sons, five daughters and six grandchildren. Sons are
Aarne of Pike Lake and Olovi, at home. Daughters are Alli, Mrs. Fred Maki, 63 Algonquin Avenue, Port Arthur; Agda, Mrs. Fred Korhonen, Gorham; Aini, Mrs.
Fred Maunu, Pike Lake; Lissa, at home; and Aune, Mrs. W. Kuusisto, Gorham.
Tuominen, Antti Tues 20 Nov 1934 Port Arthur News Chronicle
The body of Antti Tuominen, victim of an
accident last Saturday whenhe was pinned beneath a rolling truck, was buried this afternoon beside that of his daughter in a plot on his farm in Gorham Township.
Permission for the burial was given by Coroner Charles E. Powell. A funeral service was held at 2:30 o'clock in the family home, conducted by Rev. J.E. Nopola.
Tuominen, Antti Tues 20 Nov 1934 Fort William Daily Times Journal*****
The funeral of Antti Tuominen was
held at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon from the family home at Kivikoski. The Rev. E.J. Nopola, pastor of the Finnish Lutheran Church, Port Arthur officiated.
Interment was made in Gorham Township.
Mon 18 Aug 1930 Port Arthur News Chronicle
William Tureinski, fifty-five years old,
employed at Mike Kolbeck's poplar peeling camp near Hymers, died suddenly Sunday morning. Turienski had not been in good health for some time. Sunday morning
he arose as usual, and, without partaking of breakfast, went outdoors. Later, when the meal was ready he was called by the maid. Replying that he did not
care to it, she saw him topple over in the grass, where he was sitting. He died in a few minutes. Tureinski formerly lived in Winnipeg, where his wife died
some years ago. He is survived by three children in the west. He had been employed at Kolbeck's camp since May 6 last. The funeral will be held at Hymers.
Tureinski, William Thurs 21 Aug 1930 Port Arthur News Chronicle*****
The funeral of William Tuoranski, who
died at Hymers last Sunday, was held from the Funeral Parlors, 236 Syndicate Avenue South to the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church. Interment was in the Arthur
Street Cemetery, and Rev. Father Vodiczka conducted the services. Six friends acted as pallbearers.
Thurs 17 Sept 1981 The Chronicle Journal
Turk, Annie Mon 21 Sept 1981 The Chronicle Journal*****
Funeral services for Mrs. Oren Turk, 91, of Pinewood
Court, who died Tuesday were held on Saturday afternoon in the Jenkens Funeral Home. Rev. R.A. Peden, D.D. officiated and internment was in Hymers Cemetery. Well
attended by family friends and neighbors from Hymers and the city, by members of the Agricultural Society, the Women's Institute and members of the Hymers Museum.
The active bearers were Wayne Blaikie, Lorne Blaikie, Lanny Turk, Lyle Turk, Norman Turk and Gary Parker.
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The funeral of the late Mrs. Turk was held from the
Union Church on Sunday afternoon. Rev. Mr. Lewis conducted the service, who spoke comforting words to the bereaved. The late Mrs. Turk was born in London, England,
shortly moving with her family to France, returning after the Franco-Prussian War broke out and sailing for Canada in a sailing vessel, when she was but 8 years of
age, settling at Apsley, Peterboro County where she lived and married the late Isaac Turk; four children blessed their union. In 1900 the Turk's together with the
Couch's, Dr. Caldwell and some more decided to come to New Ontario. They located in Gillies township and made themselves homes worthy of mention, despite the
hardships with which these staunch pioneers had to contend, having to drive to the cities with their produce. Six years ago Mr. Turk passed on, and Mrs. Turk
with her son Bruce, still carried on the farm. On Saturday May 30, Mrs Turk was suddenly taken ill with appendicitis, a very acute attack and although everything
was done to ease her suffering, she passed away in St. Joseph's Hospital at 7:30 a.m. on Friday morning. Much regret is felt in the loss of a kind friend, a good
neighbor and a loving mother. The pallbearers were old friends: G.E. Hymers, M. Witenshaw, J. McLaren, A.N. Johnston, A. Parker and Jas. Winters. Mrs. Jordan sang
"Sometimes We'll Understand." Interment took place in Riverview Cemetery, Hymers.
31 March 1965 Fort William Daily Times Journal
Wed 24 Mar 1937 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The funeral of the late Sydney Turner whose death occurred in Sudbury last Thursday was held from the home of his mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. J. Roberts of
Murillo. A family service was held at the residence at two o'clock and a public service at St. James' Anglican Church at 2:30 o'clock, the officiating clergyman
being Rev S.F. Yeomans of St. Luke's Anglican Church of Fort William. The church was filled by city and district relatives and friends. Three hymns were sung, "Nearer
My God To Thee," "Safe In The Arms Of Jesus," and "Abide With Me." Mrs. Fred Lynn was the organist. Burial was in the family plot in St. James' Cemetery.
Pallbearers were James Sturrock, Chester Fenton, Fred Rushworth, George Barzaghi, Chas. Baxendale, Simon Berkley.
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Mon 9 May 1938 Fort William Daily Times Journal
The death occurred Saturday afternoon in Port
Arthur Hospital of Mrs. Maria Tuuri, aged 55, wife of Emil Tuuri of Intola. Born in Finland, Mrs. Tuuri resided for 39 years in this district. After living in
Port Arthur for 13 years, she moved to McIntyre Township in 1912. Besides her husband, she leaves seven sons, Edward of Pearl, Wally of Calgary, Wilbert of Geraldton,
Elmer in Hearst, and Albert, Walter and Harold at home; also two daughters, Laura of Sioux Lookout, and Ina, Mrs. P. Nuttall 214 Van Horne Street, Port Arthur. The
funeral will be held at 2:30 o'clock from the Funeral Parlors, 299 Arthur Street, Port Arthur to Riverside Cemetery. Rev. J.E. Nopola will officiate.
28 December 1988 The Trentonian, Trenton, Ont
At Kingston, Ontario on Sunday, December 25, 1988.
Kenneth "Bobby" Tyler in his 56th year. Son of the late Andrew and Teresa Tyler. Dear brother of Gerald and Cecil Tyler and Fern (Mrs. R. Chouinard) all of Trenton,
and the late Doug and William Tyler. A private family service was held at the Weaver Funeral Home, Trenton on Wednesday, December 28 at 11:00 a.m. Rev. E. Taft
officiated. Interment Carrying Place cemetery.
24 January 1954 The Trentonian, Trenton, Ont
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon from the Weaver Funeral Home for Lloyd Tyler, 51 George St., Trenton. Mr. Tyler collapsed and died from a heart
attack in a downtown store on Saturday afternoon. Though fireman Elmer Stacey brought a resuscitator, Mr. Tyler was beyond help. The service was conducted by the
Rev. G.A. Puttenham, under the auspices of LOL, No 206, of which the late Mr. Tyler was an active member. A menber of Grace United Church, Mr. Tyler had been a
barber for 40 years, and was employed at the Harvey McCullough's Barber Shop in Front St., Trenton. Pallbearers were Mel Mountenay, Evan Allen, Percy Down, Ross
Ostrom, Harold Jeffery, Bruce Burrt, all members of Trenton LOL, No. 206. Survivors are Mr. Tylers's widow, the former Teresa L. Hawley, one daughter, Mrs. Robert
(Fern) Chouinard, Trenton, Ont. Five sons, William, Vancouver Island, B.C.; Gerald, Halifax, N.S.; Cecil, Douglas and Bobby all of Trenton; eight grandchildren;
two sisters, Mrs. Lena Keown, and Mrs. Bert Keown, Windsor, and one brother, Gordon Tyler, California.
18 September 1978 The Trentonian, Trenton, Ont
At Trenton Memorial Hospital on Friday, September 15, 1978, Teresa Tyler of 51 George St., Trenton in her 83rd year. Wife of the late Lloyd Tyler, dear mother
of Fern (Mrs. Robert Chouinard); Gerald and Cecil Tyler all of Trenton; Douglas, Guelph; Robert, Kingston; and the late William and Roy Tyler. Sister of Mrs. Gladys
Vesterfelt, Belleville. Lovingly remembered by 11 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. The family will receive friends at the Weaver Funeral Home, Trenton.
Service in the funeral home on Monday, september 18 at 2 p.m.. Reverend F. Hobbs officiating. Intenment Carrying Place cemetery.
Tyler, William F
4 January 1977 The Trentonian, Trenton, Ont
William F. at Kingston General Hospital on Sun., Jan 3, 1977. William "Bill" F. Tyler, 3 Anna Court, Trenton in his 47th year. Beloved husband of Marlene, dear
son of Mrs. Lloyd Tyler, Trenton, and the late Lloyd Tyler, Trenton, father of Rocky and Tammie of Edmonton and the late Ricky Tyler, step father of Dianne, Debbie,
Chris, Valerie and Suzanne. Brother of Douglas of Guelph, Gerry, Cecil and Fern (Mrs. Robert Chouinard) all of Trenton, and Kenneth of Kingston. The family will
receive friends at the Weaver Funeral Home, Trenton from Wed, afternoon. Service will be held in the funeral home on Thurs. Jan. 6 at 1:30 p.m. Rev. F. Hobbs officiating.
Entombment Mount Evergreen Cemetery.
Mon 13 Jan 1947 Fort William Daily Times Journal
A resident of Kaministiquia, Ont., for the past 29
years, Henry Tyst, 70, of Kaministiquia died in Port Arthur Hospital yesterday. A native of Finland., Mr. Tyst is survived by his wife Hilda, and a daughter Aili,
Mrs. Eini Jaaska of Kaministiquia. The funeral will be held at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon from the Sargent and son Funeral Chapel for services at two o'clock to
be held at Dog River Hall. The Rev R.W. Heikkinen of the Finnish Lutheran Church will officiate with burial being made in the Dog River Cemetery.
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