AIKENS, Charlotte Albina "Lottie" - Owosso Press, October 22, 1949, pg. 7. Died October 20, 1949. Rites for Nurse. Detroit. Funeral services were held today for Miss Charlotte A. Aikens, widely-known nursing authority who died Thursday at the age of 81. An Army nurse in the Spanish-American War, Miss Aikens later supervised nurses in Washington, Pittsburgh and Des Moines hospitals. She wrote several books on nursing and hospital administration and helped set up Detroit's home nursing program.
AIKENS, Fausta Amelia (nee Danard) - Toronto Star, Tuesday, August 5, 1958, pg. 32. At West Lincoln Memorial hospital, Grimsby, on Monday, August 4, 1958, Fausta Amelia Danard, in her 92nd year, beloved wife of Isaac Russell Aikens, Park Mountain, Grimsby; dear mother of Mrs. Kenneth R. Beeney (Geneva), Caledon East; Russell of Dundas; John of Grimsby. Resting at the Stonehouse-Whitcomb funeral home, Mountain St., Grimsby, for service on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Interment Queen's Lawn Cemetery.
AIKENS, Isaac Russell - Toronto Star, Monday, April 11, 1960, pg. 30. At his home, Park Mountain, Grimsby Beach, on Sunday, April 10, 1960, husband of the late, Fausta Amelia Danard, in his 98th year, dear father of Russell Aikens, Dundas; Mrs. Kenneth R. Beeney (Geneva), Caledon East and John B. of Grimsby. Resting at the Stonehouse-Whitcomb funeral home, Mountain St., Grimsby, where the funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Interment Queen's Lawn cemetery.
AIKENS, John - Stratford Daily Beacon, Monday, April 23, 1923, pg. 1. Perth Resident For 75 Years, Dead. Mr. John Aikens, of Hibbert, Dies in 96th Year; Former Justice of the Peace. Mitchell, April 23, Mr. John Aikens, one of the oldest residents of this vicinity passed away on Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Rogers, lot 9, concession 1, Hibbert Township, in his 96th year. Deceased was born in the province of Nova Scotia and came to Logan Township with his parents about 75 years ago. This district was at that time covered with forest and Mr. Aikens assisted his parents in making a home for themselves. For many years he lived on this homestead, situated on the Huron Road, a few miles west of Mitchell. The late Mr. Aikens played a prominent part in the establishment of the Zion Methodist church on the Huron Road. He was an official of that church for many years, was superintendent of the Sunday School and always took an active interest in church work. At one time he was a justice of the peace and the cases which came before him were tried at the village of Dublin. He had always been a respected resident of the community and the news of his demise will be learned with deep regret. His wife predeceased him about ten years ago and a short time prior to that this esteemed couple celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary. He leaves to mourn their loss two sons, Rev. Dr. John Aikens, pastor of the Young Methodist church, Winnipeg and Mr. Isaac Aikens, employed Government House, Toronto and two daughters, Miss Charlotte Aikens, of Detroit and Mrs. John Rogers, Hibbert. The funeral will take place on Wednesday afternoon. Interment will take place in Woodland cemetery, Mitchell.
AIKENS, John - Stratford Daily Beacon, Tuesday, April 24, 1923, pg. 1. Late John Aikens Was 102 Years Old. Records Reveal Fact After Death of Esteemed Resident of Hibbert Township. (Special to The Beacon). Mitchell, April 24 - On Sunday morning an esteemed resident of Hibbert Township, in the person of John Aikens, passed away, said to be in his 98th year and one of Perth County's oldest pioneers. Following his death his son-in-law, Mr. John Rogers, consulted some old records which revealed the fact that the late Mr. Aikens was 102 years old at the time of his demise. If Mrs. Aikens was living she would be 92 years of age and her husband was nine years her senior. When the late John Aikens was a young man he was seized with the "gold fever" and went to Australia in search of a fortune, but in a few years he returned to his home in Logan Township and was glad to settle down again to life on the farm.
AIKENS, Margaret (nee Bushfield) - Stratford Daily Beacon, Monday, June 2, 1913, pg. 5. Death Of Mrs. Aikens Of Logan. (Special to The Beacon). Mitchell, June 2. - Margaret Bushfield, wife of Mr. John Aikens, of Huron Road, passed away on Friday at the ripe old age of eighty-one years. Deceased was one of the very oldest residents of Logan, having come to that township from Enniskillen, Ireland, with her parents when she was a small girl. Most of this section of the country was then a dense forest and deceased was among the great number of early settlers who endured the hardships of pioneer life and later the comforts of good homes and farms, all cleared and in a good state of cultivation. Mr. and Mrs. Aikens had been married for fifty-two years and now the tie is broken and he feels his bereavement very much. She was a life-long Methodist and a member of the Zion Church. She was a good mother and a highly esteemed neighbor and was well liked by all her acquaintances. Besides her husband, she leaves to mourn her loss, two sons and daughters; Rev. John Aikens, assistant secretary of the Social and Moral Reform Association of the Methodist Church; Mr. Isaac Aikens of Toronto, who is in the Ontario Government's service; Miss Lottie Aikens, Detroit and Mrs. John Rogers, Hibbert. The funeral took place this afternoon from the family home to Woodland Cemetery, Mitchell, which was made of a large concourse of relatives and friends.
AIRTH, Ann (nee Swan) - Huron Expositor, July 1, 1921, pg. 5. In Exeter on June 14th, Ann Swan, relict of the late James Airth, aged 84 years and 9 months.
AIRTH, Arlene Desirie - Red Deer Advocate, July 13, 1991. Arlene Desirie Airth of the Michener Centre, Red Deer passed away on Thursday, July 11th, 1991 at the age of 51 years. Arlene was born September 20th, 1940 at Grande Prairie, Alberta. She grew up in Debolt, Alberta and has resided in Red Deer at the Michener Centre since 1954. Arlene was predeceased by her mother Phyllis in 1956, one brother, Wilbert in 1960, her father, James in 1985 and her step-mother, Joan-Anne in 1986. Arlene is survived by one brother, Leslie and his wife Joan of Debolt; one step-sister, Mary Forbes of Richmond, B.C.; as well as other relatives. Funeral services will be held from "The Chapel" of the Red Deer Funeral Home, 4419-55 Street, Red Deer on Monday July 15, 1991 at 1:30 p.m. with Chaplain Stuart Fraser officiating. Funeral arrangements in care of the Red Deer Funeral Home LTD., 4419-55 Street Red Deer. Phone 347-3319.
AIRTH, Clara Elizabeth "Lila" (nee Spencer) - London Free Press, Saturday, August 18, 1951, pg. 26. At Debolt, Alberta, at the home of her son, James Airth, on Tuesday, August 14, 1951, Eliza Clara Spencer, beloved wife of the late, James Airth, in her 73rd year. Body will arrive at the Hopper-Hockey funeral home, William St., Exeter, on Monday afternoon, August 20. Funeral service will be held on Tuesday, August 21, at 2 p.m. Interment in Exeter Cemetery.
AIRTH, James - Died in Usborne Township on Saturday, July 22, 1950, James Airth, beloved husband of the former Lila Spencer and father of James Leslie Airth, Bebolt, Peace River District, in his 81st year. Resting at the Hopper-Hockey funeral home, William St., Exeter, where private funeral service will take place on Tuesday, July 25, at 2:30 p.m. Interment in Exeter Cemetery.
AIRTH, James - Died July 22, 1950. Exeter, July 24 - Private services for James Airth, 80, who died at his home, Thames Road, will be conducted Tuesday afternoon by the Rev. William Mair, in the Hopper-Hockey funeral home and interment made in Exeter Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Victor and Charles Jeffrey, Edward Coombes, Donald Kernwick, Lloyd Stewart and William Webber. He was born in Hibbert Township and lived for 78 years on the farm where he died. Besides his wife, he leaves one son, James Leslie, of Bebolt, Peace River district, who is flying here for the funeral.
AIRTH, James - Stratford Beacon-Herald, Monday, July 24, 1950, pg. 9. Exeter. July 24. A private funeral service will be held on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 at the Hopper-Hockney Funeral Home, Exeter, for James Airth, who died on Saturday at his home in Usborne township, in his 81st year. Mr. Airth is survived by his wife, the former Lila Spencer and one son, James Leslie Airth, Rebolt, Peace River district, Alta. The body is resting at the funeral home. Burial will be in Exeter cemetery.
AIRTH, James - Times-Advocate, Thursday, August 10, 1950, pg. 12. Card of Thanks. Mr. James Airth of Debolt, Alta., who was called home owing to the death of his father, wishes to thank the friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown his mother in her bereavement. He wishes to thank the old boy and girl friends who were so kind in so many ways; Percy McFalls for transportation to and from London; for the grand reception of the Chris Haist family at their home. Mr. Airth found the courtesy while home equal to anything he has found in the West in twenty-five years. He returned to the West July 25.
AIRTH, James Leslie (Hall) - Grande Prairie Daily Herald Tribune, March 20, 1985. Mr. James Leslie Airth passed away at Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Grande Prairie, Alberta, on Monday, March 18, 1985, at the age of 78. He was born at Blake, Ontario and had resided, since 1930, at DeBolt, Alberta where he farmed. He is survived by his wife, Joan; one son, Leslie (Joan) of DeBolt; two daughters; Arlene Airth of Red Deer and Mary (Gary) Forbes of Spruce Grove; five grandchildren; two great grand children; a sister, Ethel Beck of Edmonton and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his first wife; Phyllis; a son, Wilbert; three brothers and one sister. A memorial service for the late James Leslie Airth will be held at the DeBolt United Church on Thursday, March 21, 1985, at 1:00 p.m., with the Rev. David Terry Forbes officiating. Cremation will take place in the Oliver Funeral Chapel Crematorium. In Lieu of flowers, memorial donations the the National Farmers Union in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan would be greatly appreciated by the family. Funeral arrangements by Oliver's Funeral Chapel & Crematorium, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Telephone 532-2929. Notes: James Leslie Hall was adopted after his mother died. His biological parents were William James Hall and Mary Lavina Couch and his adoptive parents were James Airth and Elizabeth Clara "Lila" Spencer.
AIRTH, Phyllis Mary (nee Webber) - Vancouver Sun, May 5, 1956, pg. 32. Passed away in Vancouver on May 4, 1956, Phyllis Airth in her 56th year, late of DeBolt, Alta. Survived by her loving husband, Jim; 1 daughter, Arlene, 2 sons, Leslie & Wilbur. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Webber, White Rock; 1 sister, Mrs. Nesta Goode, Burnaby; 2 brothers, Stanley, Haney, BC; Herbert, Burnaby. Funeral service Tuesday, May 8 at 1 p.m. from the Royal Oak Funeral Chapel, Kingsway at Royal Oak Ave. Rev. W. J. Selder officiating. Interment Ocean View Burial Park. Grand Prairie, Alta. paper please copy.
AIRTH, Wilbur Henry Orville - Calgary Herald, August 10, 1960, pg. 2. Died August 4, 1960. Peace River Area Crash Kills 2 Men. Eaglesham, Alta. RCMP have released the names of two men killed in a two-truck head-on collision Tuesday near Eaglesham, 75 miles southwest of Peace River. Dead are William Henry Airth of DeBolt, Alta., and Hugh Shanks of Grande Prairie, Alta. Airth was the driver of a loaded gravel truck and Shanks was the driver of an empty crude oil truck which police say collided on a straight section of the highway before running into the ditch.
BAILEY, Adeline Ada (nee Twigger) - Northern Daily News, Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Wednesday, April 14, 1948. Adeline A. Bailey Passes at Sudbury. Adeline Ada Bailey, a resident of the Sudbury district and a sister of Emma Twrigger of Kirkland Lake, died at her home over the weekend. She was 70 years of age. Born and educated in Pembroke. She went to Sudbury in 1887 and was married there two years later. In 1910 Mrs. Bailey moved with her family to Skead Road where her husband began farming. Mrs. Bailey had lived in the Sudbury district for 51 years. Her husband predeceased her in June, 1946. Besides Miss Twrigger, she is survived by five sons, Gordon and John, of Skead road; Percy and Frank, of Garson and Peter, of Timmins; three daughters, Mrs. R. Oldroyd, of Garson; Bunnie, of Timmins and Mrs. E. Bailey, of Carragna, Sask. She is also survived by three brothers, Nelson, of Geraldton; George, of Vancouver and Edward Twrigger, of Toronto and one sister, Mrs. William Restoule, of Nipissing.0
BAILEY, Adeline Ada (nee Twigger) - Sudbury Star, Monday, April 12, 1948, pg. 2. A resident of Sudbury district for 51 years, Adeline Ada Bailey, of Skead Road, widow of Franklin Y. D. Bailey, died Saturday at her home in her 70th year. Born and educated in Pembroke, she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Twrigger. She came to Sudbury in 1897 and was married in this city two years later. In 1910 Mrs. Bailey moved with her family to Skead Road, where her husband began farming. Mr. Bailey died in June, 1946. Mrs. Bailey is survived by five sons, Gordon and John, of Skead Road, Percy and Frank, of Garson and Peter, of Timmins; three daughters, Mrs. R. Oldroyd, of Garson; Bunnie, of Timmins and Mrs. E. Bailey, of Carragana, Sask. She is also survived by three brothers, Nelson, of Geraldton; George, of Vancouver and Edward Twrigger, of Toronto and two sisters, Emma Twrigger, of Kirkland Lake, Mrs. William Restoule, of Nipissing.
BAILEY, Adeline Ada (nee Twigger) - Sudbury Star, Monday, April 13, 1948, pg. 3. Died at the home of her son, Gordon Bailey, Skead Road, Saturday afternoon, April 10, 1948, Adeline Ada Twrigger, beloved wife of the late Franklin Y. D. Bailey, in her 70th year. Resting at her late residence, Skead Road, where service will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Eyre Cemetery, Sudbury.
BAILEY, Franklin Young Dennis - Sudbury Star, Wednesday, June 19, 1946, pg. 2. An old pioneer of Sudbury area, Frank Bailey, of Bailey's Corners, died this morning at his home on the Skead Road. He was in his 86th year and had suffered a heart seizure. The late Mr. Bailey was born in Powassan, but at an early age he came to Sudbury with his parents where he lived until his marriage in 1900 to the former Adeline Twigger, of Sudbury. The couple then moved to a farm on the Skead road, the first settlers to move into the district. There they have lived and farmed ever since. Mr. Bailey was at one time Bailiff in Sudbury. Surviving him are his widow, three daughters, Mrs. R. Oldroyd, of Garson, Bunnie, of Timmins and Mrs. F. E. Bailey, of Enfold, Sask.; five sons, Peter, of Timmins, Percy, of Coniston, Gordon and Frank, of Garson and John at home; three sisters, Mrs. P. Doherty and Ida, of Toronto and Mrs. Margaret Brown, of Vancouver, B.C.; one brother, Peter, of Leader, Sask., and 12 grandchildren. Remains are resting at Jackson & Barnard's Funeral Home, 83 Larch St. Funeral arrangements have not been completed.
BAILEY, Franklin Young Dennis - Sudbury Star, Wednesday, June 20, 1946, pg. 9. Died at his home, Skead Road, Garson, Wednesday morning, June 19, 1946, Frank Bailey, beloved husband of Adeline Twigger, in his 68th year. Resting at his late residence, Skead Road, Garson, where funeral service will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Eyre Cemetery, Sudbury.
BARNES, Helena Gertrude (nee Reith) - London Free Press, Saturday, October 2, 1993, pg. C10. Barnes, Helen Gertrude. It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Helen Barnes of Fenelon Falls on Wednesday, September 29, 1993 in her 90th year at Ross Memorial Hospital, Lindsay. Helen (Reith) wife of the late Edward Barnes. Dear mother of Russell Watson and his wife Pat of Forest, Douglas Barnes and his wife Margaret of Orillia and Beryl Bonner of Fenelon Falls. Dear grandmother of Rene, Blaine, Wayne, Fraser, Bruce, Brenda, Ronnie, Ralph, Rick, Rodney and Roxy and 22 great-grandchildren. Visitation at Illman-Platten Funeral Home, Fenelon Falls on Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral service from Fenelon Falls United Church on Saturday, October 2 at 1:30 p.m. Interment at St. James Cemetery, Lucan on Monday at 1 p.m. Memorial Contributions to Fenelon Falls United Church would be appreciated by the family.
BARNES, John Edward - London Free Press, January 8, 1970, pg. 35. In Forest Glenn Nursing Home, Newmarket, Ontario, on Wednesday, January 7, 1970, Edward John Barnes, aged 77 years. Beloved husband of Gertrude Reith of 2 Esgore Street, Toronto and dear father of Douglas of Islington and Beryl (Mrs. Roy Bonner) of Stouffville also surviving are seven grandchildren. Resting at the Murdie Funeral Home, Lucan, where service will be held on Friday, January 9 at 2 p.m. Interment St. James Cemetery, Clandeboye.
BECK, Charles Abner - Funeral Card. Charles Abner Beck, Wakaw, Sask. Born: Kansas, USA, September 17, 1885. Passed Away: Wakaw, Sask., May 23rd, 1964. The late Mr. Beck is survived by his wife, Ethel; one son Lyle of Edmonton and two daughters Mrs. (Audrey) B. Mamchur of Lebret and Mrs. (Dorothy) C. Poole of Edmonton and 10 grandchildren. Prayer Service: 7:30 p.m., Monday, May 25th, 1964, Wakaw United Church. Funeral Service: 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 26, 1964, Wakaw United Church. Officiant: Rec. J. McKinlay. Interment: Memorial Gardens.
BECK, Charles Abner - Wakaw Recorder, May 23, 1964. Charles Beck, a pioneer of Lepine District, passed away suddenly at his home on Friday May 23rd. He was in his 79th year. Mr. Beck was born in Winfield, Kansas in September, 1885. He came to Wakaw district in 1912 and farmed land in the Lepine district, purchased from the Luseland Co. In 1922 he married Ethel Hall who was at the time in the employ of Dr. R. Scott. The marriage took place at the home of Mr. Beck's sister, Mrs. Herbert (Cornelia) Chafey in Saskatoon, with Rev. C. A. Rochedieu officiating. In 1955 Mr. Beck suffered a stroke so he and Mrs. Beck retired from their farm and settled in Cudworth. In 1961 they took up residence in Lakeview Pioneer Lodge, Wakaw and in 1962, celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary. Mr. Beck's passing is mourned by his wife Ethel and three children, Dorothy (Mrs. Don Poole) of Edmonton; Lyle of Edmonton and Audrey (Mrs. Peter Mamchur) of Lebret, Sask.; 10 grandchildren; nieces Mrs. O. Cox of Phoenix, Ariz.; Mrs. Rodney Robichaux of Denver, Col.; Mrs. Earl Madison, Mrs. Olaf Pearson and Miss Myrtle Beck of Salina, Kansas; Mrs. Mildred Frigon of Victorville, Calf.; and nephews Walter Chafey of Superior, Ariz. and Merritt of Phoenix. Prayer services were held Monday evening and funeral services Tuesday, May 26, at 2 p.m. from Wakaw United Church, with a large crowd paying their last respects. Mr. J. McKinlay officiated. Interment was in the Memorial Gardens, Prince Albert. Acting pallbearers were James Hacki, Mat Hacki, Douglas Frie, Lloyd Nidiger, Sep Stout and John Tratch. Honorary pallbearers weer H. E. Stout, Wilfred Flyfe, H. C. Poole, George Newman, Carl Williams, Frank Dutertre Sr. and William Halbert. Prince Albert funeral home (Dalziel's) was entrusted with the arrangements.
BECK, Ethel Jean (nee Hall) - In loving memory of Ethel Jean Beck. Date and place of birth: April 9, 1904, Blythe, Ontario, Canada. Date and place of death: September 17, 1988, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. A service of remembrance at Howard & McBride Chapel of Chimes 10179-108 Street, Edmonton, Alberta 2:30 p.m. Saturday, October 22, 1988. Officiating clergyman: The Reverend Dennis Seeman. Organist: Grace Strasbourg. Cremation was held. The internment will take place on Monday, October 24, 1988 at 3:30 p.m. at the Prince Albert Memorial Gardens, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
BECK, Lyle Elwin - Edmonton Journal, October 2, 2003. On September 30, 2003, Mr. Lyle Beck passed away peacefully at the age of 77 years. Lyle is survived by his wife of 48 years Bertha, his children: Lilas Wickware; Lorne Beck; Beryl (Ron) Johnson; Charmaine (John) Lindsay and Dale (Somchay) Beck, his eight grandchildren and his eight great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his two sisters Dorothy Poole and Audrey (Gerry) Lindin as well as numerous other relatives and friends. Lyle was predeceased by his grandson James Elwin Beck in 1982. Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, October 4, 2003 at 1:00 p.m. at the Ebenezer United Church (16302 - 106 Avenue) with Reverend Dan Funnell officiating. Interment will follow at the Evergreen Memorial Gardens. Memorial donations in memory of Lyle may be made to the Kidney Foundation of Canada. To send condolences, visit www.evergreenmemorial.com Evergreen Funeral Chapel, Cemetery, and Cremation Center. Phone 472-9019.
BELL, William Robert - Sault Daily Star. Dr. William Robert Bell. Died February 3, 1935. At his late residence, 452 Albert Street East, Sault Ste. Marie, Sunday morning, February 3, Dr. William R. Bell, aged 64 years. Private service at the home at 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon and at two o'clock from St. Andrew's United Church. Funeral under Masonic auspices. Interment at Greenwood cemetery.
BELL, William Robert - Sault Daily Star. Dr. William Robert Bell. Died February 3, 1935. Dr. William R. Bell passed away at his home, 452 Albert Street East, Sunday, February 3, following an illness of two years. He is survived by his wife, formerly Miss Lillian Kenner of Mitchell, one son, Dr. J. Kenner Bell, Detroit and one daughter Luella, at home. The funeral took place from St. Andrew's United Church Tuesday afternoon, February 5 and was under Masonic auspices. A private service was held at the home earlier. Rev. C. D. Donald spoke, giving a message of comfort to the bereaved family. Mrs. F. M. Willmott sang "Blest Be the Tie that Binds." Brother Shriners acted as pallbearers; A. Brechin, S. Worth, A. G. Smith, M. McAuley, T. D. Ross and Dr. H. F. Goodfellow. Honorary pallbearers were; C. J. Lampman, M. J. Campbell, J. C. Pinch, W. J. McCormack, Dr. G. W. Bald, S. G. Stone, R. McLean and P. Day. Dr. Bell was born in Cromarty, Ontario, 64 years ago. While young he entered the federal civil service and in 1917 was stationed in London as a federal meat inspector. In 1920 he was moved to British Columbia and in 1928 was transferred to this city. He was a member of St. Andrew's United Church and was a Mason, belonging to several of the Masonic organizations including the Shrine. Beautiful floral tributes were received as follows; Gates ajar, the family, staff Health of Animal family, staff Health and Animal Branch of Department of Agriculture, Mocha Temple (London), Masonic Lodge A. F. & A. M. (Collingwood); baskets, Capt. and Mrs. R. McLean and Gracie Algonquin Chapter R. AM. and Gibson Preceptory K. T., Dr. and Mrs. Bald and Francis, Bill and Barbara Bell (Detroit), Mr. and Mrs. J. Wray, Mrs. Blair and Valeada, Sault Ste. Marie Curling Club, Mr. and Mrs. Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haas (Detroit); sheafs, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kenner and family (Stratford), Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Charlton and Isobel (Perth), Detroit North Lions Club, Dr. W. E. Johnston (Detroit), Dr. and Mrs. McQueen and Dr. and Mrs. Armstrong, (Detroit); sprays, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Campbell and family, the Irwin girls, Gladys, Blanche and Phyllis, Mr. and Mrs. James Templeton, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McCormack, Gladys Finlayson, Women's Association, St. Andrew's United Church, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Stone, Miss Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bell, John and Winnie, Bill Chalmers, Mr. and Mrs. T. Barnes and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Young, Mr. and Mrs. G. Nori, Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Goodfellow, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pinch, Ladies' Auxillary of Y.M.C.A. Cards and letters of sympathy were received from; Mr. and Mrs. Shanks and family, Mrs. J. Pollard, Mrs. E. Zhilat, Mr. and Mrs. G. Hallam, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kendall, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. H. Stone, Peg, Burke, Cecilla and Ted Greenwood, Georgie Putt, Merle Stone, McIver family, B. Hitchcock, Laura Shier, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Barr and Erna, John and Margaret Rodger, the Bellmore family, Miss Little (Detroit), Nokomis Chapter No. 70 O. E. S. Milk and Relief Bridge Club, Mr. and Mrs. William Chalmers, Dove Vance, Mr. and Mrs. Alf. Routledge, Mary Bunting, May Thompson, Ellen Boville, Mr. and Mrs. Lampman (Soo, Mich.) Ruby and Margaret Howe, Aura Lee Kenny, Ton and Allan Evans, Gladys Rykman (Exeter), E. L. Burdon (London).
BETWEE, Elizabeth (nee Stange-Bowein) - Mellus Newspapers, December 26, 1957. Services for Mrs. Elizabeth Betwee, 75, of 17 Broadway were held Monday at Girrbach Funeral Home and Christ Lutheran Church, River Rouge, with the Rev. E. G. Ripke officiating. Burial was in Michigan Memorial Park Cemetery, Flat Rock. Mrs. Betwee, October 6, 1881, was a resident of Ecorse for about 50 years. She died at her home September 19. Survivors are two children, Louis and Ruth Bowein, of Ecorse; a sister, Mrs. Clara Ahlers and her brother, Edward Stange.
BETWEE, Trace Manwell - Mellus Newspapers, April 25, 1957. Funeral services will be conducted today at 2 p.m. at the Girrbach Funeral Home for Trace Betwee, 84, of 17 Broadway, Ecorse. The Rev, Leonard Duckett, pastor emeritus of Ecorse Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Burial will follow in Woodlawn Cemetery. Born January 18, 1873, Mr. Betwee died Tuesday at Wayne County General Hospital. Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth; two stepchildren, Louis and Ruth Bowein and a sister, Mrs. Cora Sutherland.
BLAIS, Isabella Christina "Belle" (nee Miller) - Sudbury Star, Friday, December 13, 2002. In loving memory of Isabella Blais, 76 years, who passed away peacefully Thursday morning, December 12, 2002 at the Extendicare York, surrounded by family. Beloved wife of many years to Lionel Blais. Loving mother of Kirby wife Candi of Sudbury, Gary of Toronto and Chrissy husband Yarko Kuchtaruk of Sudbury. Cherished grand- mother of Andrew, Adam, Nicholas, Genya and Alexander. Dear daughter of Christina and Jack Miller both predeceased. Dear sister of John "Corky" wife Beverley, Evelyn and Sheila husband Barney Cook all of Sudbury. She will be fondly remembered as a devoted and caring mother and grandmother. Belle had a kind heart, a love of gardening and a joy of reading, especially murder mysteries at the camp on Birch Lake. The family extend a heart felt thank you to Dr.Merali, Dr. Roch and the wonderful staff at York Extendicare for their gentle care. Funeral service in the R.J. Barnard Chapel, JACKSON AND BARNARD FUNERAL HOME, 233 Larch St., Saturday, December 14, 2002 at 11:30 am. Cremation in the Park Lawn Crematorium. In lieu of flowers donations to the Extendicare York Nursing Home Residents Council. Friends may gather after 11:15 am Saturday.
BLAIS, Lionel Germain "Leo" - Sudbury Star, Wednesday, August 25, 2004. In loving memory of Lionel "Leo" Germain Blais, 75 years, who passed away Monday, August 23, 2004 at the Sudbury Regional Hospital-St. Joseph's Health Center. Beloved husband of Elaine Keown and Isabella Miller both predeceased. Loving father of Gary of Toronto, Christina Kuchteruk husband Yarko of Sudbury and Kirby wife Candi of Lively. Cherished grandfather of Andrew, Adam, Nicholas, Genya and Alexander. Dear brother of Yvan of Sudbury, predeceased by Romeo, Hector and Robert. Special brother in law of John Corky and Beverly Miller, Evelyn Miller, Sheila Cook, and Lydia Blais. Sadly missed by many nieces and nephews. Leo was happiest at the family cottage at Birch Lake, where he spent many summers. At Leo's request, there will be no public visitation or service. Cremation at the Park Lawn Crematorium. Donations to Northern Cancer Research Fund would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to the JACKSON AND BARNARD FUNERAL HOME.
BREMNER, Emma Christine (nee Twigger-Montgomery) - Northern Daily News, Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Friday, March 4, 1953. Mrs. G. A. Bremner Dies In Hospital. The death occurred suddenly in Kirkland District Hospital early this morning of Mrs. G. A. Bremner, 565 Government road west, following an illness of three weeks. She was the former Emma Twigger of Alice Township, County Renfrew and was married in 1908. Mrs. Bremner 9was 66 years old and had been a resident of Teck Township for over 20 years. She was a member of West End United Church. She is survived by her husband, George; two daughters, Mrs. J. R. Little and Mrs. J. O. Armitage, both of Kirkland Lake and two grandchildren. The body is resting at Symington Funeral Home and services will be held Monday. Time and place will be announced later. Temporary interment will be in Kirkland cemetery vault. Notes: Emma Christine Twigger was adopted after her mother died. Her biological parents were John Twigger and Mary Jane Cashmore and her adoptive parents were William A. Montgomery and Jane Unknown.
BREMNER, George Alexander - Northern Daily News, Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Tuesday, February 7, 1956. George A. Bremner. Funeral services for George A. Bremner, 82, who died Monday at his residence on Government road west, following a brief illness, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Symington funeral chapel. The deceased was postmaster at Chaput Hughes for many years until his retirement five years ago. Before coming to Teck he had been engaged in the lumber business in Cobalt for many years. Mr. Bremner was born at Arnprior, Ont. and was educated there and at Belleville. He came to Cobalt in 1902 and came to Teck 32 years ago. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Emma Montgomery of Haileybury, in 1953 and is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mona Little and Mrs. Dorothy Armitage and two grandchildren, Walter B. and Patricia Little, all of Kirkland Lake. Also surviving is one brother James of Trenton, Ont. Interment will be in Kirkland cemetery.
CAMPBELL, Anna Priscilla (nee Honeywell) - Sudbury Star, Thursday, May 22, 1942, pg. 9. Death Comes To Early Resident After Injury. Mrs. Campbell Very Active in Community. One of Sudbury's earliest residents and one who took an active part in the community, Mrs. Anna Priscilla Campbell died early this morning at the home of her daughter Mrs. Irwin Miller, at 366 Victoria St. About six months ago, Mrs. Campbell suffered a broken leg in a fall and had been in St. Joseph's Hospital until about two weeks ago when she was remove to her daughter's home. In her early years here Mrs. Campbell took a very active part in many associations. She was 83 years of age. Born at Dunedin, Ont., the late Mrs. Campbell spent her early life there and was a popular student in the schools there. On first coming to this district 45 years ago she settled with her family in Copper Cliff and remained there for five years before moving to Sudbury. In 1920 Mrs. Campbell moved to Alliston and was there until her husband, John Campbell, died in 1927, she returned at that time to live with her daughters. A member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in her early life in Sudbury Mrs. Campbell was a very energetic worker and was ever ready to lend her assistance or guidance. At the time of church union she joined the United Church and continued her faithful work there with the same enthusiasm. For a number of years she was a member of the Women's Christian Temperance Union. Not only Mrs. Campbell, but also her family are well known in the district. Surviving are four sons, Ian, Joe and Guy, of Sudbury and James of Montreal and two daughters, Mrs. George Lark, of Toronto, formerly of Sudbury and Mrs. Irwin Miller, of Sudbury. Two other sons were killed in the First Great War. Two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Cooper, of Trout lake and Mrs. Mary Loree, in Michigan and one brother, David Honeywell, of Carmen, Man., also survive. The remains are resting at Jackson's Funeral Home at 83 Larch St. Funeral services will be held on Friday, May 22, at 8:30 p.m. in St. Andrew's United Church. The body will leave by C.P.R. train for Dunedin, where interment will be made on Saturday.
CAMPBELL, Anna Priscilla (nee Honeywell) - Sudbury Star, Saturday, May 23, 1942, pg. 2. Last tribute was paid by many to one of Sudbury's early residents, Mrs. Anna Priscilla Campbell, at funeral services in St. Andrew's United Church on Friday night. Mrs. Campbell died on Thursday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Irwin Miller, on 366 Victoria St., as a result of an injury received about six months ago when she suffered a broken leg in a fall. The remains were placed on the C. P. R. train for Dunedin where interment was made this afternoon. The service was conducted by Rev. A. R. Cragg. The pallbearers were W. F. Jarvis, Fred Palmer, J. S. Davidson, D. W. Butchart, Irwin Miller and Dr. James Newburn. The late Mrs. Campbell was born at Dunedin, Ont., 83 years ago and spent her entire life there. On first coming to this district 45 years ago she settled with her family at Copper Cliff and came to Sudbury five years later. In 1920 Mrs. Campbell moved to Alliston remaining there until 1927 when her husband, John Campbell, died. Mrs. Campbell took an active part in church association in the city and was a member of the Women's Christian Temperance Union. Surviving are four sons, Ian, Joe and Guy, of Sudbury and James, of Montreal; two daughters, Mrs. George Lark, of Toronto, formerly of Sudbury and Mrs. Irwin Miller, of Sudbury; two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Cooper, of Trout Lake and Mrs. Mary Lorce, in Michigan and one brother, David Honeywell, of Carmen, Man.
CAMPBELL, Anna Priscilla (nee Honeywell) - Sudbury Star, Thursday, May 22, 1942, pg. 11. Died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. I. Miller, 366 Victoria St., Thursday, May 21, 1942, Anna Priscilla Honeywell, wife of the late John N. Campbell and mother of Mrs. G. W. Lark of Toronto, Mrs. I. Miller of Sudbury, James of Montreal, Ian, Guy and Joseph of Sudbury, in her 84th year. The late Mrs. Campbell is resting at Jackson's Funeral Home, 83 Larch St. Funeral service will be held in St. Andrew's United Church, Friday evening, May 22, at 8:30. The remains will then leave on the C. P. R. train for Dunedin, Ont., where funeral will take place Saturday afternoon. Interment in Dunedin, Ont.
CAMPBELL, Catherine "Kay" (nee Brewster) - Ottawa Citizen, October 22, 2012. (Photo). Peacefully, at the Perley and Rideau Veterans' Health Centre, on October 20, 2012, at the age of 88, after a lengthy struggle with Alzheimer's disease. Predeceased by her parents, Pierce and Elsie Brewster. Dearly- beloved wife of the late Douglas Campbell. Kay was a loving mother and grandmother and a kind friend to many. She will be sadly missed by her children Cathy, Bruce (Lisa) and Barbara Abe (Ryuichi) and fondly remembered by her grandchildren, Michael (Haeya), Miki and Miya and her great- grandchildren Kiera and Douglas. Kay was a proud member of the WRCNS during WW II and was active in the WRENS association in Ottawa. She worked many years at Sears St- Laurent before retiring. The family wish to convey their heartfelt thanks to the staff at the Perley-Rideau Centre for their loving care and attention during her stay there. A Memorial Service will be held Thursday, 25 Oct at 11 a.m. in the Sacred Space at Beechwood National Memorial Centre, 280 Beechwood Avenue, Ottawa. For those who wish, memorial contributions in Kay's memory may be made to the Alzheimer's Society.
CAMPBELL, John Noble - Creemore Star, December 1, 1927 pg. 1. Buried at Dunedin. John Noble Campbell, a former resident of Dunedin and for the past seven years the occupant of the farm near Alliston, died last week. He is survived by a wife and a family. The sons, all holding good railway positions up north. The family having lived at Sudbury after leaving Nottwasaga. The funeral took place by motor hearse from Alliston to Dunedin Cemetery.
CAMPBELL, John Noble - Sudbury Star, Saturday, November 26, 1927, pg. 20. J. N. Campbell. The death of John Noble Campbell, Alliston, a week ago, on Nov. 19th, marked the passing of one of Sudbury's pioneers. In 1899, deceased moved to Copper Cliff where he worked for the Canadian Copper Co. and there conducted a livery business for a short time, afterwards transferring to Sudbury where he carried on with the same business for a number of years. Retiring from business, Mr. Campbell was caretaker at the Court House and night Turnkey at the Sudbury District Jail, later tending the C.P.R. depot furnaces. In 1921, he returned to Alliston, back to the land he had left with regret, having previously farmed at Dunedin before coming to Cliff. He was born in Aurora and spent his boyhood days at Barrie. In 1878 he married Miss Anna Priscilla Honeywell, settling on the Manitoulin Island near Kagawong and staying there for a number of years before moving to Dunedin. The late Mr. Campbell took a keen interest in politics being a staunch, life-long Conservative. He was also a school trustee for many terms at Copper Cliff and Dunedin and a prominent member of the Orange Order. By his genial disposition and straight-forward dealings, Mr. Campbell won a host of friends and his death causes widespread regret. Surviving are his sorrowing wife, two daughters, Mrs. Geo. Lark and Mrs. Jos. Twigger and four sons, Guy, Ian and Joseph, of Sudbury and James of Montreal. Two of his sons, Lewis and William paid their supreme sacrifice in the Great War. Four sisters, Mrs. Hout, of Hamilton, Mrs. Blake and Mrs. Spears, of Toronto and Mrs. Ryan, of Vancouver and two brothers, Joseph of Toronto and William of Vancouver, also survive. The funeral was conducted from Alliston Church to Dunedin Cemetery where deceased was laid to rest in the family plot. The last rites of the Orange Order were administered at the graveside.
COOK, Barney A. - Sudbury Star, Monday, April 12, 2004. In loving memory of Barney A. Cook, 72 years, of Sudbury, who passed away Saturday afternoon, April 10th, 2004 at the Sudbury Regional Hospital - St. Joseph's Health Centre. He was born in Sudbury and married Sheila Miller in 1956 in Sudbury. A well respected and senior chartered accountant with KPMG for over 40 years, Barney defined the word honourable and embodied the qualities of a kind and gentleman. A person of faith he belonged to the Church of the Epiphany and longtime volunteer at Thorneloe College where he served on the Board of Governors as secretary-treasurer, co-chair of the financial committee and member of the executive committee. Thorneloe recognized his outstanding efforts & leadership by presenting him with an honourary fellowship in 2003. An avid reader Barney also had a passion for golf and he was a longtime member of the Idylwylde Golf & Country Club. He was devoted to his loving family. Barney can echo the words of St. Paul when he said "I have fought the good fight. I have finished my course, I have kept the faith". Beloved husband of Sheila Miller Cook of Sudbury. Loving father of Jane husband Cyril Fernandes of Toronto. Cherished Papa of Christian and Laura. Dear son of E. E. and Mary Boileau Cook predeceased. Dear brother of Fred wife Donna of Sudbury. Dear brother-in-law of Corky and Bev Miller, Evelyn Miller, Leo Blais wife Isabel predeceased. Special uncle of Lauri husband Kirby Connor, Christina husband Yarko Kuchtaruk, Kirby Blais wife Candi and Gary Blais. Special great-uncle of Adam, Andrew, Genya, Nikki and Alex. Resting at the JACKSON AND BARNARD FUNERAL HOME, 233 Larch St., Sudbury. Funeral Service in the R. J. Barnard Chapel, Wednesday, April 14th, 2004 at 2 p.m. Interment in the Civic Cemetery. Donations to the M. S. Society or charity of choice would be appreciated. Friends may call 6-9 p.m. Tuesday and after 1 p.m. Wednesday.
COOK, Sheila Jane (nee Miller) - Sudbury Star, Monday, November 10, 2008. In loving memory of Sheila (Miller) Cook who passed away at her residence on Saturday November 8th, 2008 at the age of 76. Beloved wife of Barney Miller predeceased 2004. Loving mother of Jane Fernandes (husband Cyril) of Toronto. Cherished grandmother of Christian and Laura. Dear sister of John "Corky" Miller (wife Bev), Evelyn Miller both of Sudbury and Isabel Blais (husband Leo) both predeceased. Resting at the JACKSON & BARNARD FUNERAL HOME, 233 Larch Street, Sudbury. Funeral arrangements incomplete. Please call the Lougheed/Jackson & Barnard Funeral information line at 673-2525 or our general office at 673-9591 for further information. Flowers, donations or messages of condolence available online at www.lougheed.org
COOK, Sheila Jane (Miller) - Sudbury Star, Wednesday, November 12, 2008. In Loving Memory of Sheila Jane (Miller) Cook, 74 years, who passed away peacefully, Saturday, November 8th, 2008 at her home. Beloved wife of Barney A. Cook predeceased 2004. Loving mother of Janie and husband Cyril Fernandes. Cherished Nana of Christian and Laura. Dear daughter of John C. and Christina Miller both predeceased. Dear sister in law of Fred and Donna Cook. Dear sister of Corky and Bev Miller, Evelyn Miller, predeceased by Isabel and Leo Blais. Dear cousin of Rev. Sister Phyllis Wright. Dear aunt of Lauri and Kirby Connor, Christina and Yarko Kuchtaruk, Kirby and Candi Blais and Gary Blais. Dear great aunt of Andrew (wife Christina), Adam, Nick, Genya and Alex. Funeral Service in the R. J. Barnard Chapel, JACKSON & BARNARD FUNERAL HOME, 233 Larch St., Thursday, November 13th, 2008 at 1 p.m. Interment in the Civic Cemetery. Donations to Church of the Epiphany or Thornloe College would be appreciated. (Friends may call 7-9 p.m. Wednesday or after 12 noon Thursday). Flowers, donations or messages of condolence available online at www.lougheed.org.
COOK, Sheila Jane (nee Miller) - Sudbury Star, Wednesday, November 12, 2008. Date of Birth: Thursday, May 24th, 1934. Date of Death: Saturday, November 8th, 2008. In Loving Memory of Sheila Jane (Miller) Cook, 74 years who passed away, peacefully on Saturday, November 8th, 2008 at her residence. Beloved wife of Barney A. Cook predeceased 2004. Loving mother of Janie and husband Cyril Fernandes. Cherished Nana of Christian and Laura. Dear daughter of John C. and Christina Miller both predeceased. Dear sister-in-law of Fred and Donna Cook. Dear sister of Corky and Bev Miller, Evelyn Milelr, predeceased by Isabel and Leo Blais. Dear cousin of Rev. Sister Phyllis Wright. Dear aunt of Lauri and Kirby Connor, Christina and Yarko Kuchtaruk, Kirby and Candi Blais and Gary Blais. Dear great aunt of Andrew (wife Christina), Adam, Nick, Genya and Alex.
COUCH, Albert E. - Kingsville Reporter, September 28, 1993, pg. 5. Albert E. age 77 years. Died Sept. 23, 1993 at his home. Dear brother of George Couch, Amherstburg, John Couch, LaSalle, Robert Couch, Amherstburg and the late Annie Couch. Dear uncle of Irene Sprague, Amherstburg. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Funeral service was from the Stewart L. Kennedy Funeral Home, 128 Talbot St., N., Essex on Monday Sept. 27, 1993. Rev. John Postons officiated. Interment Greenhill Cemetery, Kingsville.
COUCH, Albert E. - Windsor Star, September 25, 1993. Albert E., 77 years, died September 23, 1993 at his home. Dear brother of George Couch, Amherstburg, John Couch, LaSalle, Robert Couch, Amherstburg and the late Annie Couch. Dear uncle of Irene Sprague, Amherstburg. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Visiting Saturday 7-9pm and Sunday 2-5 and 7-9pm in the Stewart L. Kennedy Funeral Home, 128 Talbot St. N., Essex. Funeral Service in the Funeral Home on Monday, September 27, 1993 at 11:00am. Rev. John Postons officiating. Interment Greenhill Cemetery, Kingsville. In kindness Memorial donations may be made to the Brentwood Foundation.
COUCH, Anna Violet Grace (nee Twigger) - London Free Press, Sunday, July 12, 1998, pg. D9. At Strathmere Lodge, Strathroy on Friday, July 10, 1998, Anna Violet Grace (Twigger) Couch of Strathroy in her 89th year. Beloved wife of the late Odin C. Couch (1989) and dear mother of Joc Couch and his wife Judy of Thunder Bay, Priscilla Kennedy and her husband Douglas of Aldborough Township and Chrystal Vojvodin and her husband Peter of Strathroy. Grandmother of Allan, Jeannie Curiale and Danny Kennedy, James and Jeffery Couch, David, Gregory, Leona and Sasha Vojvodin. Great-grandmother of Matthew, Tanner, Justin and Jake Couch. Amie, Nathan, Matthew and Laura Curiale. Amanda, Austin, Michael, Stephanie, Cassandra and Caelan Vojvodin. Special friend of Ina Henderson. Resting at the Denning Bros. Funeral Home, Strathroy were the funeral and committal service will be held on Monday, July 13th at 1 p.m. Reverend Jock Tolmay of Strathroy United Church officiating. Cremation to follow. Donations to the Charity of your choice would be greatly appreciated. Funeral home visitation Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. and Monday for one hour prior to the funeral service. A tree will be planted as a living memorial to Violet.
COUCH, Annie Elizabeth - Windsor Star, Monday, September 29, 1947, pg. 8. Annie, 34 years, September 28, 1947, at Grace Hospital, Windsor. Beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Couch, 9th Concession, Colchester North Township. Dear sister of Albert, George, Robert and Irene, at home. Resting at the E. J. Hicks Funeral Home, Essex. Services will be held Tuesday, September 30, at 2 p.m., Rev. J. D. Woollatt officiating. Interment Greenhill Cemetery.
COUCH, Annie Elizabeth - Essex Free Press, October 3, 1947, p. 4. Died September 26, 1947. Miss A. Couch Dies. Miss Annie Couch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Couch, of the 9th Con., Colchester North, passed away in Grace Hospital, Windsor on Sunday following a lengthy illness. She was born in Leamington, September 27th, 1913. Surviving, besides her parents, are three brothers, Albert, George and Robert and a sister Irene, all at home. Funeral services were held from the E. J. Hicks Funeral Home, Essex, on Tuesday, with Rev. J. D. Woollatt officiating and burial was in Greenhill cemetery, Kingsville.
COUCH, Annie Elizabeth - Essex Free Press, October 10, 1947, p. 5. Died September 26, 1947. In the obituary notice of the late Miss Couch, which appeared in our last issue, we omitted one brother, John, from among the survivors, for which we are sorry.
COUCH, Evangeline Marian "Babe" (nee Edwards) - Salmon Arm Observer, July 17, 1996. Peacefully, on Thursday, July 11, 1996. Evangeline Couch, aged 89 years, passed away at Bastion Place in Salmon Arm. Evangeline was born on a farm near Manitou, Manitoba on June 18, 1907. She was predeceased by her husband Gordon on June 20, 1996 and one brother Boyd Edwards of Manitoba. She is survived by her daughter, Eileen Darcy (and her husband Douglas) of Blind Bay, B. C.; two grandchildren Karen Clark (and her husband Glenn) of Kamloops, B.C. and Scott Darcy of Blind Bay, B.C.; two great-grandchildren, Dane and Katie Clark and a nephew, Gordon McKellar of Broomfield, Colorado; her niece, Donna Ings of Winnipeg, Manitoba. She was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother and friend and a compassionate and thoughtful lady who loved her family. The funeral service was held from the chapel of Bowers Funeral Home on Tuesday, July 16th at 2 pm., the Reverend Doug Swanson officiating. In memory of Evangeline, if friends so desire, contributions may be made to the charity of ones choice. Funeral arrangements were in care of Bowers Funeral Home and Crematorium, Salmon Arm. The family would like to express their thanks to the staff of Bastion Place and Dr. P. M. Tran, Bunny Oakland of the Shuswap Lake Home Support Services and to Christine Kohlen and Marilyn Brown of the North Okanagan Health Unit for the care, support and assistance they provided on behalf of Evangeline and the family.
COUCH, Francis Mildred "Fanny" (nee Lester) - Essex Free Press, April 11, 1952, p. 1. Died April 8, 1952. Mrs. Wm. T. Couch Dies. Fanny Mildred Couch, wife of Wm. T. Couch, age 65 years, passed away, at the family home, 9th Con. Colchester North, on Saturday last. Surviving, besides her husband, are four sons, Albert and Robert, at home, George of Colchester North and John of LaSalle and a daughter, Irene, of Sandwich East Township. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, from the E. J. Hicks Funeral Home, Essex with Brother Edward Surgeal officiating and burial was in Greenhill cemetery, Kingsville.
COUCH, Francis Mildred "Fanny" (nee Lester) - Kingsville Reporter, April 10, 1952, pg. 8. Burial took place in Greenhill Cemetery on Tuesday of the late Fanny Mildred Couch, 65 years of age, who died at her late residence, 9th Concession, Colchester North Township, on April 5th. Funeral services were held at the Hicks Funeral Home with Rev. Edward Sargent officiating.
COUCH, Francis Mildred "Fanny" (nee Lester) - Windsor Star, Monday, April 7, 1952, pg. 31. Fanny Mildred, 65 years, April 5, 1952, at her late residence, 9th Concession, Colchester North Township. Beloved wife of William T. Couch. Dear mother of Albert and Robert, at home; George, Colchester North; John LaSalle; Irene, Sandwich East Township. Resting at the Hicks Funeral Home, Essex, where services will be held Tuesday, April 8, at 2 p.m. Brother Edward Sargent officiating. Interment Green Hill Cemetery, Kingsville.
COUCH, George Arnold - Windsor Star, March 30, 1996. 75 years, March 29, 1996, at the residence. Late of Amherstburg. Beloved husband of the late June (1979). Dear brother of John Couch, LaSalle; Robert Couch, Edgewater. Predeceased by brother Albert and sisters Annie and Mary. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Dear friend of Wally Gillis, Amherstburg. Mr. Couch retired from Chryslers after 21 years. He was a member of local 444, was active in The Horticultural Society and Golden Age Club. Friends may call at the James H. Sutton Funeral Home, 401 Sandwich St., South, Amherstburg, Sat. 7-9, Sun. 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service Monday, April 1, 1996, at 9:30 a.m., at the funeral home. Interment Rose Hill Cemetery. As your expression of sympathy, donations may be made to Brentwood Recovery or A. A. & M. Ambulance Squad.
COUCH, Gordon Ferguson - Salmon Arm Observer, June 26, 1996. Gordon passed away peacefully at the Shuswap Lake General Hospital, Salmon Arm, on Thursday, June 20, 1996. Gordon Couch, aged 91 years, beloved husband of Evangeline Couch of Bastion Place in Salmon Arm. Gordon was born in Melita, Manitoba on August 27, 1904. He was a pharmacist by profession and retired in 1965 to Calgary, Alberta. During those years, he and his family resided in all three of the prairies provinces and in 1974 they moved to Port Coquitlam, B.C., in order to be with their daughter and her family. Altogether Gordon and Evangeline enjoyed 63 years of marriage. He was predeceased by two sisters, Rachel Couch and Helen McKellar of Manitoba. Besides his wife Evangeline, he is survived by his daughter, Eileen Darcy (and her husband Douglas) of Blind Bay, B.C.; two grandchildren, Karen Clark (and her husband Glenn) of Kamloops, B.C. and Scott Darcy of Blind Bay, B.C., two great-grandchildren, Dane and Katie Clark and a nephew, Gordon McKellar of Denver, Colorado and niece, Donna Ings of Winnipeg, Manitoba. He was a beloved husband, father, grandfather and friend and a compassionate, thoughtful and honorable man who loved his family. The funeral service was held from the chapel of Bowers Funeral Home on Monday, June 24th at 2 pm, with Reverend Dough Swanson officiating. In memory of Gordon, if friends so desire, contributions may be made to the B.C. Heart Foundation, Box 1270, Salmon Arm, V1E 4P4. Funeral arrangements were in care of Bowers Funeral Home and Crematorium, Salmon Arm. The family would like to express their thanks to the 2nd floor staff of the Shuswap Lake General Hospital and Dr. P. M. Tran, Bunny Oakland of the Shuswap Lake Home Support Services and to Christine Kohlen and Marilyn Brown of the North Okanagan Health Unit for their caring, understanding, support and assistance.
COUCH, Hannah (nee Airth) - Goderich Star, Thursday, February 11, 1926, pg. 1. At Benmiller, on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 1926, Hannah Couch, in her 87th year.
COUCH, Hannah (nee Airth) - Huron Signal, February 11, 1926. Couch, at Colborne township, on Tuesday, February 9, Hannah Couch, in her 86th year.
COUCH, Infant Daughter (Gordon & Evangeline) - The Winnipeg Tribune, Wednesday, January 21, 1942, pg. 14. Birth - To Mr. and Mrs. Gordon F. Couch, Ste. 5, Kekla apts., on January 19, 1942, at the St. Boniface Hospital, a daughter (stillborn).
COUCH, Joseph - Exeter Advocate, Thursday, September 30, 1909. Hibbert - The death of Joseph Couch on the 21st is sincerely regretted by his many friends and neighbors. He had resided in Hibbert for many years and was highly respected. The interment took place Thursday to McTaggart's cemetery. He was 75 years of age.
COUCH, Joseph Henry "Harry" - London Evening Free Press, Monday, February 10, 1936, pg. 13. Henry Couch Buried. Rev. Dr. J. E. Hughson, of Metropolitan United Church, conducted funeral services in the Geo. E. Logan & Sons funeral chapel at 1:30 o'clock today for Henry Couch, of 149 Piccadilly street, who died in Victoria Hospital on Saturday. Following the rites, the cortege proceeded to Woodland Cemetery for burial. Relatives and friends acted as pallbearers.
COUCH, Joseph Henry "Harry" - London Free Press, Saturday, February 8, 1936, pg. 28. At Victoria Hospital on Saturday, February 8, 1936, Joseph Henry, beloved husband of Mary Couch, of 149 Piccadilly St. Funeral service at the Geo. E. Logan & Sons Funeral Chapel on Monday, February 10th, at 1:30 p.m. Interment in Woodland Cemetery.
COUCH, June Elizabeth (nee ?) - Windsor Star, April 28, 1979, pg. 50. June Elizabeth, 59 years. April 27, 1979 at Windsor Western Hospital, I.O.D.E. Unit. Former employee of Calvert of Canada. Beloved wife of George. Friends may call at the James H. Sutton Funeral Home, 401 Sandwich St. S., Amherstburg, from 7-9 p.m. Sat. Funeral Monday, April 30, 1979 at 1:30 p.m. Rev. William T. Ashby officiating. Interment Rose Hill Cemetery.
COUCH, Kedelia Ann (nee Goodall) - Winnipeg Evening Tribune, Tuesday, February 20, 1934, pg. 5. Mrs. Kedelia Ann Couch, 62, wife of S. E. Couch, of 538 Greenwood Place, who died on Saturday at the family residence was buried Monday. The funeral, conducted by Rev. Clarke Lawson of Greenwood United church, was held at 3 p.m. from the Mordue Brother's funeral chapel to Brookside cemetery. Besides her husband, Mrs. Couch is survived by two daughters, Rachel and Helen and one son Gordon, all of Winnipeg; two brothers, John N. and Wallace E. Goodall, of Belwood, Ont. and two sisters, Mrs. H. J. Luckman, of Hollywood, Calif. and Mrs. H. Wylie, of Chestnut st., Winnipeg.
COUCH, Kedelia Ann (nee Goodall) - Winnipeg Free Press, Monday, February 19, 1934, pg. 16. Kedelia Ann, wife of S. B. Couch, 538 Greenwood place, died on Saturday, aged 62. The funeral will be held at 3 p.m. today, in Mordue Brother's Funeral home. Burial will be in Brookside cemetery.
COUCH, Kedelia Ann (nee Goodall) - Winnipeg Free Press, Monday, February 19, 1934, pg. 7. The funeral of Kedelia Ann, 62, wife of S. B. Couch, 538 Greenwood place, who died Saturday, was held Monday afternoon from the Mordue Bros' funeral home to Brookside cemetery.
COUCH, Kedelia Ann (nee Goodall) - Winnipeg Free Press, Monday, February 19, 1934, pg. 17. Died February 17, 1934. On Feb. 17th., at her late residence, Kedelia Ann, beloved wife of Mr. S. B. Couch, of 538 Greenwood Place, in her 63rd year. Funeral Monday (today), at 3 p.m., at Mordue Bros' Funeral Home, 183 Donald St. Interment in Brookside cemetery.
COUCH, Mary Eleanor (nee Dodman) - Windsor Star. Mary E., 80 years, September 10, 1967, late of 989 Pierre Ave. Beloved mother of Odin, Strathroy and Mrs. Fred (Grace) Evans, Windsor. Eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren also survive. Dear sister of Thomas Dodman, Fort Langley, B.C. Resting at the Anderson Funeral Home, 895 Quellette Ave. Funeral service Tuesday, September 12, 3:00 p.m., Rev. Donald C. Wilson officiating. Interment Victoria Memorial Park.
COUCH, Mary Eleanor (nee Dodman) - Windsor Star, September 11, 1967, pg. 6. Died September 10, 1967. Mrs. Mary E., 80, of 989 Pierre Ave., died Saturday in Metropolitan Hospital, after a brief illness. A native of Thamesville, she moved to Windsor 25 years ago. She was matron of The Homestead for several years. Surviving are one son, Odin of Strathroy, one daughter, Mrs. Frederick (Grace) Evans, of 989 Pierre Ave., one brother, Thomas, of Ft. Langley, B.C., eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted by Rev. Donald C. Wilson from the Anderson Funeral Home, 895 Quellette Ave., at 3 p.m., Tuesday. Burial will be in Victoria Memorial Park.
COUCH, Odin Cyril - London Free Press, Monday, June 19, 1989, pg. B8. At Strathroy-Middlesex General Hospital on Saturday, June 17, 1989, Odin C. Couch of 31 Victoria Street, Strathroy; in his 79th year. Beloved husband of Violet (Twigger) and dear father of Joc of Thunder Bay, Mrs. Douglas (Priscilla) Kennedy of London and Mrs. Peter (Chrystal) Vojvodin of Strathroy. Grandfather of Jeannie Curiale, Allan and Danny Kennedy, James and Jeffery Couch and David, Gregory, Leona and Sasha Vojvodin. Great-grandfather of Amie Marie Curiale and Matthew Neil Couch. Predeceased by his mother and father and sisters Grace and Leona. Resting at Denning Brothers Funeral Home, Strathroy, where the funeral and committal service will be held on Tuesday, June 20 at 1:30 PM. Rev. Derek Shelly officiating. Cremation to follow. Donations to the Ontario Heart & Stroke foundation or the Strathroy-Middlesex General Hospital would be appreciated by the family. Funeral home visitation Monday 2-4 and 7-9 PM.
COUCH, Odin Cyril - The Age Dispatch, Wednesday, June 21, 1989, pg. 10. Odin C. Couch of 31 Victoria St., Strathroy, died at Strathroy Middlesex General Hospital on Sat., June 17, 1989 following a lengthy illness. He was 78 years of age. He was the husband of Violet Twigger and the son of the late Harry and Mary (Dodman) Couch. Surviving along with his wife are three children, Joc of Thunder Bay, Mrs. Douglas (Priscilla) Kennedy of London and Mrs. Peter (Chrystal) Vojvodin of Strathroy, nine grandchildren, Jeannie Curiale, Allan and Danny Kennedy, James and Jeffery Couch, David Gregory, Leona and Sasha Vojvodin and two great-grandchildren, Annie Marie Curiale and Matthew Neil Couch. He was predeceased by his parents and two sisters, Grace and Leona. He was born in Frobisher Bay, Saskatchewan, on Oct. 23, 1910 and attended Strathroy United Church. Funeral service was held at Denning Bros. Funeral Home, Strathroy, on Tues., June 20 at 1:30 p.m. under the direction of Rev. Derek Shelly. Cremation followed, with burial of ashes in Strathroy cemetery.
COUCH, Robert W. "Bob" - Windsor Star, June 28, 2004. 77 years. Passed way June 26, 2004. Predeceased by his late wife Shirley (1974). Cherished father of Bill, Cheryl, Tim, Dave and Shawna, all of Windsor and Rod of Harrow. Loving grandfather of Justin, Erlan, Stacey, Stephanie, Nicole, Alan, Morgan, Tiffany and Matthew. Great grandfather of Kelsey. Dear brother of John and Alba Couch, LaSalle. Bob was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #157, Amherstburg. Family and friends will be received on Tuesday from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. at the James H. Sutton Funeral Home, 401 Sandwich St. S., Amherstburg. Funeral Service Wednesday June 30, 2004, 1:00 p.m., at the Funeral Home. Interment Rose Hill Cemetery with Rev. Kirby Breithaupt officiating. As your expression of sympathy, donations may be made to the Windsor Regional Cancer Centre or the Heart and Stroke Foundation. A tree will be planted in memory of Robert Couch in the Sutton Heritage Forest. A dedication service will be held on September 26, 2004. All are welcome.
COUCH, Samuel Edward - Winnipeg Evening Tribune, Friday, November 6, 1936, pg. 26. Retired school teacher, Samuel Couch, 66, died Thursday at the home of his son, Gordon F. Couch, 538 Greenwood place Saturday in Brookside cemetery following a funeral service at 1:30 p.m. in Mordue Bros' chapel. Mr. Couch was born in Perth county, Ont. and had taught schools in Saskatchewan for more than a quarter of a century. During that period he had been located in many parts of the province. When he retired in 1932 he had been in charge of the school at Maryfield for a number of years. His wife predeceased him three years ago. Besides his son, two daughters survive; Rachel A. and Helen G., of 538 Greenwood place.
COUCH, Samuel Edward - Winnipeg Free Press, Friday, November 6, 1936, pg. 20. On Nov. 5th, 1936, at the family residence, 538 Greenwood Place, Samuel Couch, aged 66 years. Funeral service, Saturday, 1:30 p.m., in Mordue Bros.' Funeral Home, 183 Donald. Interment in Brookside cemetery.
COUCH, Samuel Edward - Winnipeg Free Press, November 6, 1936, pg. 12. Died November 5, 1936. Sam Couch, Retired Sask. Teacher, Dies. Samuel Couch, retired Saskatchewan school teacher, died early Thursday morning at the residence of his son, Gordon F. Couch, 538 Greenwood place. Mr. Couch, who was 66 years of age, was a school teacher for many years. His last teaching position was at Maryfield, Sask. He retired four years ago and had been living with his son since. Survived besides his son, Gordon, who is a Winnipeg druggist, are two daughters, Rachael A. and Helen G. Couch, both of Winnipeg. The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, from Mordue Bros.' funeral home, to Brookside cemetery. Rev. Clarke B. Lawson, of Greenwood United church, of which Mr. Couch was a member, will officiate. Burial will be made in Brookside cemetery.
COUCH, Shirley Caroline (nee Ferguson) - Kingsville Reporter, November 7, 1974, pg. 12. Died November 3, 1974. Mrs. Shirley Couch of Amherstburg, sister of Earl Ferguson, Clair Ferguson and Mrs. Dan (Roselyn) Moon, all of Kingsville, passed away on Sunday, November 3rd at Hotel Dieu Hospital, Windsor at the age of 37 years. Surviving are her husband, Robert; three sons and one daughter all at home; also four brothers and two sisters. Funeral services were held on Wednesday afternoon, November 6th from the James H. Sutton Funeral Home, Amherstburg with Rev. Frank S. Camp officiating. Interment Rose Hill Cemetery.
COUCH, Shirley Caroline (nee Ferguson) - Leamington Post, November 1, 1995, pg. 9A. Couch, Shirley (Ferguson). In loving memory of a dear sister Shirley, who passed away, Nov. 3, 1974. We think of the day you passed away. There was little we could. But memories never fade away. For we always think of you. Your destiny place we visit. And place flowers there with care. Then our hearts are filled with sadness. As we turn and leave you there. Loved forever and sadly missed by your brother. Meryl.
COUCH, Shirley Caroline (nee Ferguson) - Windsor Star, November 5, 1974, pg. 38. Shirley, 37 years, November 3, 1974, at Hotel Dieu. Late residence 15 Main St. South, Amherstburg. Beloved wife of Robert. Dear mother of William, Allen, David and Cheryl at home. Dear sister of Earl, Kingsville; Meryl, Windsor and Clair Ferguson, Kingston; Mrs. Stan (Roealine) Moon, Kingsville; Mrs. Tom (Marion) Maloy, Hamilton. Funeral arrangements incomplete. For further information call James H. Sutton Funeral Home, 736-2134.
COUCH, William Thomas - Windsor Star, Saturday, December 19, 1970, pg. 29. William T., 91 years, December 13, 1970 at Hotel Dieu Hospital. Late of 62 Matchette Rd., LaSalle. Predeceaced by his wife Fanny (nee Lester) (April 8, 1952). Dear father of Albert, Colchester N., George and John of LaSalle; Robert of Amherstburg and the late Annie (September 26, 1947). Dear brother of Mrs. Lavina Staddon, Kingsville; Mrs. Howard (Maggie) Mortimore, Harrow. 13 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren. Funeral service was held Wednesday, December 16, at 1 p.m. Rev. William T. Ashby officiating. Interment Greenhill Cemetery, Kingsville. James H. Sutton Funeral Home.
DARCY, Eileen Marian (nee Couch) - Obituary Source: Bowers Funeral Home. Eileen Marian Darcy. January 28, 1938 - March 8, 2004. Memorial Service: Bowers Funeral Chapel, Wednesday, March 17, 2004 at 2 pm. Eileen Marian Darcy, affectionately nicknamed "Phuzzie", passed away peacefully with her family by her side at the Shuswap Lake General Hospital on Monday, March 8, 2004 at the age of 66 years. Eileen was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba on January 28, 1938. She was raised and attended school in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan before moving in her late teens. She married her husband Doug in Red Deer, AB, on February 1, 1964. For the years following, Eileen and her husband Doug moved back and forth from eastern to western Canada, including living in remote radar installations, and air force bases. They moved to the lower mainland and resided there for 21 years prior to retiring to the community of Alpen Paradies in Blind Bay, BC. She loved to travel and enjoyed her most recent trip to Alaska aboard a cruise ship. She was a fierce animal lover, admiring animals such as goats, birds and geese. There were always a few family pets around the house. Her leisure activities included walking, camping, bicycling, swimming and painting. Eileen was always active entertaining friends and neighbours and keeping a tidy home. She will be lovingly remembered by her husband of 40 years, Doug; son, Scott of Blind Bay; daughter, Karen (Glenn) Clark of Kamloops; grandchildren Dane & Katie Clark; canine companions Moe & Doodle, as well as numerous friends and neighbours. She was predeceased by her parents Gordon and Evangeline Couch in 1996. A memorial service will be held at the Chapel of Bowers Funeral Home on Wednesday, March 17, 2004 at 2 pm with Reverend Doug Swanson officiating. A luncheon will follow. The family would like to send their sincere appreciation to Dr. McCallum, nurses and staff at Shuswap Lake General Hospital for their care, compassion and support offered during Eileen's illness. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to charity of your choice. Arrangements are in the care of Bowers Funeral Home, Salmon Arm.
DODMAN, Elizabeth (nee Loucks) - Saskatoon Star Phoenix, section; "From Saskatchewan Towns", April 5, 1940, pg. 17. Mrs. Edward Dodman. Lucky Lake. The funeral of Mrs. Edward Dodman, 81, who died suddenly after a brief illness, took place in the United Church. Mrs. Dodman was born in Ontario, married Edward Dodman in 1885 and pioneered in Lucky Lake district in 1910. She is survived by her husband Edward Dodman, of Lucky Lake; one daughter, Mrs. Harry Couch, of London, Ontario; three sons, Thomas, of Nelson, B. C., Seth, of Gronlid and Rosill, of Lucky Lake district. A fourth son, Morley, died in 1918. Fine floral tributes and a large attendance, in spite of the bad weather, bore testimony to the respect and esteem with which the deceased was held in the community. A. M. Pepper, D. McCurdy, T. Benedict, W. Goodwin, H. Olson and B. Rasburn acted as pallbearers. Funeral arrangements were in the hands of H. R. Grose, undertakers. Interment was made in the Vera cemetery, the Rev. G. W. Payne officiating.
EASTWOOD, John Nelson - Carleton Place Herald, September, 1916. In Carleton Place, September 21st, John H. Eastwood, aged 57 years.
EASTWOOD, John Nelson - Carleton Place Herald, September, 26, 1916. The Late John Eastwood. After an illness of several months, Mr. John H. Eastwood sank quietly to rest last Thursday evening, shortly after seven o'clock. His ailment was dropsy. Deceased was born in the state of Connecticut, U. S. in October, 1859. And so was almost 57 years of age. He came to Canada when quite young, and when a boy took a fancy to the woolen business, which he learned in every department. Whilst located at Pembroke in 1880; he married Elizabeth Twigger, and some five years later the young couple moved to Appleton. In 1888 they came to Carleton Place, and have been residents here since. About 15 years ago Mr. Eastwood left the mills on account of his health and went with the C.P.R. for outside work, leaving the company again a year or so ago and returning to the factory , being engaged with Bates & Innes Co. until May last when he gave up work. One son, Sergt. Herbert Eastwood at present with the 130th Batt., and his mother are the chief mourners, who have the sympathy of many friends in their sorrow. Mr. Eastwood was of a retiring disposition, but a hard worker, and was also of an inventive turn of mind, having several patents to his credit. He was a member of the Independent Foresters, and an Orangeman, and the funeral on Sunday was under the auspices of the latter society. It was to St. James church and cemetery and was largely attended. Many floral tributes were on the casket, among them a wreath from Court Mississippi I.O.F., a wreath from Mrs. Duberville, and a spray from his grandson Argyle. Among those present from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Twigger of Sudbury: Mrs. Ed. Lewis of Pembroke and Mr. John McDonald of Galetta.
EDWARDS, Evangeline Mary Ann (nee Armitage) - Winnipeg Free Press, Tuesday, June 27, 1950, pg. 32. Mrs. Henry Hyde Edwards. Manitou, Man. A pioneer resident of Manitou, Mrs. Evangeline Mary Ann Edwards, 80, wife of Henry Hyde Edwards, died suddenly Sunday at her home three miles west of here. Born in 1870 at Tarbolton, Ont., Mrs. Edwards, the former Evangeline Armitage, came with her family to the New Haven district in 1881. She taught school at the present town of Darlingford and at Kaleida, Man. In 1900, she married. A son Boyd died in 1925. Surviving are her husband, a daughter Mrs. G. Couch of Winnipeg; a nephew Ralce Armitage, who made his home with Mr. and Mrs. Edwards; a granddaughter Eileen Couch of Winnipeg; three brothers, James Armitage and Jack Armitage of Allamont, Man. and Dan of Manitou; and a sister Mrs. E. Henderson of Winnipeg. The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in St. John the Baptist Anglican church and burial will be in the family plot, local cemetery. Rev. John Bethel will officiate.
EDWARDS, Henry - Saskatoon Star Phoenix, May 1, 1956, pg. 23. The Passing of Henry Hyde Edwards in his 82nd year, of 1224 College Drive, Saskatoon, occurred on April 30, 1956. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, May 3, at 2:30 p.m. from the Manitou Anglican Church, Manitou, Man., conducted by Mr. Wilson. The Park Funeral Chapel is in charge of the arrangements. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. G. F. Couch (Evangeline) of Saskatoon; three sisters, Mrs. M. Mahone of Seattle, Wash., Mrs. C. Pawsey of Wainwright, Alta. and Mrs. F. Burke of Winnipeg, Man.; two brothers, Andrew of Miami, Man. and Thomas of Calgary, Alta. The late Mr. Edwards was born in Ontario and resided in Manitou, Man. for 50 years and had spent the past six years with his daughter, Mrs. Couch, in Saskatoon. He was predeceased by one son, Boyd, in 1925. The interment will take place at Manitou, Man.
EVANS, Annie Mary (nee Mee) - London Free Press, Saturday, January 17, 1959, pg. 4. Mrs. G. H. Evans dies at Age 79. Mrs. George H. Evans, former resident of 754 Little Hill St., died last night at Mason Villa Private Hospital at age 79. Mrs. Evans, the former, Annie Mary Mee, was born in England and came to Canada in 1921. She lived in Simcoe and Tillsonburg before moving to London in 1925. Surviving, besides her husband, are four sons, George A., of Detroit; Frank, of Flint, Mich.; Jack, of London and Fred, of Windsor and four daughters, Mrs. Lillian McLeod, of Granton; Mrs. Stewart (Marjory) Underhill, of London; Mrs. David (Winnifred) Alexander, of Greenwood, N. S. and Mrs. Victor (Kathleen) Dailey, of Glendale, Cal. The body is at the Evans funeral home, Hamilton road, where service will be held on Tuesday at 2 p.m. by the Rev. Fred T. Darnell, of Egerton Street Baptist Church. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens.
EVANS, Annie Mary (nee Mee) - London Free Press, Saturday, January 17, 1959, pg. 32. At Mason Villa Private Hospital, on Friday, January 16, 1959, Annie, dearly beloved wife of George H. Evans, formerly of 754 Little Hill street and dear mother of George A. (Joe), of Detroit; Frank, of Flint; Jack, of London; Fred, of Windsor; Mrs. Lillian McLeod, of Granton; Mrs. Stewart (Marjory) Underhill, of London; Mrs. David (Winnifred) Alexander, of Greenwood, Nova Scotia; Mrs. Victor (Kathleen) Bailey, of Glendale, Cal., in her 80th year. Resting in the Evans funeral home, 648 Hamilton road. Service on Tuesday, January 20, at 2 p.m. Interment in Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens.
EVANS, Annie Mary (nee Mee) - London Free Press, Monday, January 19, 1959, pg. 4. Died January 16, 1959. Evans, Mrs. George H., 79, London, formerly Simcoe, Tillsonburg. Survivors; Husband; sons, George A. Detroit; Frank, Flint, Mich.; John, London; Fred, Windsor; daughters, Mrs. Lillian McLeod, Granton; Mrs. Stewart Underhill, London; Mrs. David Alexander, Greenwood, N.S.; Mrs. V. Bailey, Glendale, Cal. Service Tuesday, 3 p.m. Evans funeral home.
EVANS, Frederick William - Cambridge Reporter, March 3, 1994, pg. 2. At Cambridge Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, March 2nd, 1994, in his 82nd. year, Fred Evans of Riverbend Place, Cambridge, beloved husband of the late Grace Evelyn (nee Couch) dear father of Robert of Marietta, Georgia and William of Cambridge. Dearly missed by Saundra, loved grandfather of Mark, Jeff and Becky and great grandfather of Maxwell, Elliot and Samuel. He was predeceased by three brothers and three sisters. There will be no visitation or Funeral Service. Cremation has taken place. Arrangements entrusted to Coutts and Son Funeral Home 96 St. Andrew Street, Cambridge.
EVANS, George Horace - London Free Press, Monday, July 6, 1959, pg. 4. Died July 5, 1959. George H. Evans Dies at Age 80. George H. Evans, 80, of 754 Little Hill St., died Sunday in Mason Villa Hospital. A native of England, Mr. Evans has lived in London since he was a small boy. His wife Annie Evans died in January of this year. He is survived by four sons, Jack, of London; George A. (Joe), of Detroit; Frank, of Flint, Mich. and Fred, of Windsor and four daughters, Mrs. Lillian McLeod, of Denfield, Mrs. Stewart (Marjorie) Underhill, of London; Mrs. David (Winnifred) Alexander, of Greenwood, N. S. and Mrs. Victor (Kathleen) Bailey, of Glendale, California. The Rev. O. G. Locke, of Hamilton Road Presbyterian Church, will conduct the service Tuesday, 2 p.m., at Evans funeral home, Hamilton road. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens.
EVANS, George Horace - London Free Press, Monday, July 6, 1959, pg. 22. Mason Villa Hospital, July 5, 1959, George H., beloved husband of the late Annie Evans, formerly of 754 Little Hill St.; dear father of Jack of London; George A. (Joe) of Detroit; Frank of Flint; Fred of Windsor; Mrs. Lillian McLeod of Denfield; Mrs. Stewart (Marjorie) Underhill of London; Mrs. David (Winnifred) Alexander of Greenwood, N. S.; Mrs. Victor (Kathleen) Bailey of Glendale, Cal. In his 80th year. Resting at Evans funeral home, 648 Hamilton Rd, where funeral service will be held July 7, at 2 p.m. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens.
EVANS, Grace Evelyn (nee Couch) - London Free Press, Saturday, February 25, 1978. Died February 24, 1978. Mrs. Grace Evans (Couch) in her 64th year. At North Lauderdale, Florida. Beloved wife of Fred Evans. Mother of Robert of Greendale, Wisconsin, William of Windsor. Sister of Odin Couch, RR #2, Kerwood. No flowers please.
EVANS, Robert Edward George - The Atlanta Journal Constitution, August 30, 2012. Died August 27, 2012. Robert Edward Evans, 74, of Milton died Monday. A private memorial service will be held. SouthCare Cremation & Funeral Society, Alpharetta.
GARDINER, Elizabeth Jean (nee Couch-Bell-Tinck) - Died January 10, 1917. At Moose Jaw, on the 10th inst., Elizabeth J. Gardiner, wife of A. E. Gardiner, 336 Fairford W. Funeral will take place at 2 o'clock, Friday, Jan. 12th, from the residence to the Moose Jaw Cemetery.
GARDINER, Elizabeth Jean (nee Couch-Bell-Tinck) - Windsor Evening Record, June 22, 1904, pg. 1. Tinck May Go Free. Alleged Bigamist Liberated On Bail This Morning. The latest developments in the Reuben Tinck case point to the truth of what the prisoner said yesterday to the effect that he was not married to his alleged third wife and was therefore at perfect liberty to marry Elizabeth J. Couch, the Exeter girl, who brought the charge of bigamy against him. Magistrate Bartlet said this morning; "Unless the Detroit woman who claims to be Tinck's wife comes to Windsor very soon and satisfies us that she is the lawful wife of Tinck we will be obliged to give the man his liberty." Tinck stated this morning that he cannot show a certificate. The man was liberated on bail on his own recognizance of $500 today.
GARDINER, Elizabeth Jean (nee Couch-Bell-Tinck) - Toronto Star, Tuesday, June 21, 1904, pg. 7. Windsor Man Had Four Wives. Divorced From Two He is Now Arrested on a Charge of Bigamy. Special to The Toronto Star. Windsor, Ont., June 21. - Marriage is evidently not a failure in the mind of Reuben Tinck of this city, for he has four wives, although two of them are divorced from him. Tinck was arrested by Provincial Detectives Campeau and Mahoney on a bigamy charge. The warrant for the man's arrest was sworn out by the last victim of his matrimonial tendencies, whom he married in Exeter, Ontario, on February 4th last. The woman followed her husband to this city and found that he was living with a Detroit woman as her husband. The Exeter woman swore out the warrant in her maiden name, Elizabeth J. Couch. The arrest was made while Tinck, who is a foreman in the employ of a local building and pavement contractor, was at work. Tinck married his first wife near Hamilton, Ont., about ten years ago and later took for his wife Mrs. Jessie McKenzie, Detroit widow. Mrs. Tinck No. 1 sued for a divorce and was granted the decree, after which wife No. 2 insisted on a second marriage ceremony being performed. Wife No. 3 was a Detroit girl in good circumstances, whom Tinck married five years ago. The woman claims to be able to show a marriage certificate and told the detectives she would do so to-morrow. Tinck claims that she was a common law wife and he was thus able to marry the Exeter girl without violating the law. The two divorced wives and the third woman who claimed Tinck for her husband are all living in Detroit. Tinck asked for bail to-day, but was refused. He immediately retained a lawyer and will fight the case on the ground that he was divorced from the first two, lived with the third without marrying her and had a perfect right to marry No. 4. If the contention of wife No. 3 is correct, the prisoner has married five times.
GARDINER, Elizabeth Jean (nee Couch-Bell-Tinck) - Windsor Evening Record, July 16, 1904, pg. 1. Reuben Tinck Free. Judge Horn Acquitted Alleged Bigamist To-day. Reuben Tinck, accused of bigamously marrying four women is free. At Sandwich this morning His Honor Judge Horne gave Tinck the benefit of the doubt with regard to the legality of his marriages when he acquitted him and ordered his release. "I've only got justice, for I was perfectly innocent," said Tinck afterwards. His Honor Judge Horne, in allowing Tinck to go free, said that there was no doubt that Tinck's conduct was not very estimable, but he did not think the evidence sufficiently strong to convict. He thought that the first marriage of Tinck should have been proved a little more clearly than it had been. Again there were certain circumstances raised as regards the legality of the marriages. In the first case, living together and writing to one another did not necessarily prove a case of marriage. Under the circumstances His Honor thought it not safe to make a conviction.
GARDINER, Elizabeth Jean (nee Couch-Bell-Tinck) - Windsor Evening Record, July 9, 1904, pg. 1. For Another Week. Judge Horne Reserved Sentencing of Reuben Tinck. When Reuben Tinck was led into the dock off the court at Sandwich by Sheriff Iler this morning he showed considerable improvement in the manner in which he was groomed as compared with when he appeared in the police court in Windsor and was committed for trial. Tinck has another week to rest before knowing whether he will be liberated or sentenced to a term of imprisonment. His Honor Judge Horne again reserved sentence for a week. His Honor expressed himself as not having finally made up his mind as to the technical guilt of Tinck or not and required more time to weigh the evidence and the authorities more carefully. "If anyone were deserving of sympathy in connection with Tinck's marital dealing, " said His Honor, "It was Mrs. Dunbar." Mrs. Dunbar is the third wife of Tinck.
GARDINER, Elizabeth Jean (nee Couch-Bell-Tinck) - Windsor Evening Record, June 21, 1904, pg. 1. Windsor Man A Bigamist. Has Four Wives Living - Two Divorced. Fourth Wife Complainant. Reuben Tinck Arrested by Detectives Here To-day. Reuben Tinck, of this city, foreman for contractor com., was arrested by Detectives Mahoney and Campeau at 10 o'clock this morning on a bigamy charge. Tinck is said to have four wives living, from two of whom he has been divorced. The charge against the prisoner was preferred by a woman from Exeter, Ont., who says she was married to Tinck in the latter town on Feb. 4th last. The warrant which she swore out for her husband was in her maiden name, Elizabeth J. Couch. She claims that when she followed her husband to this city she found that he had been living with another woman in Detroit. There was indisputable evidence against Tinck to corroborate this statement and he admitted the truth, but claims that he was never married to the Detroit woman, thus hoping, no doubt, to avert the bigamy charge. The Couch woman from Exeter is rather fine looking. Magistrate Bartlet refused to accept bail for the prisoner's appearance and he occupied a police cell this morning. There are no children by any of the wives. Tinck will retain a lawyer to defend him. The prisoner's first wife was a woman from near Hamilton, whom he married about ten years ago. Later he met a pretty Detroit widow, Mrs. Jessie McKenzie and married her. The first wife heard of the second marriage after she had been deserted and immediately sued for a divorce, which she succeeded in getting. Then Mrs. McKenzie-Tinck insisted upon a re-marriage and the couple went through the ceremony a second time. Up to this juncture Reuben Tinck had been married three times. The third wife, who is now living on Jefferson avenue east, Detroit, under the name Hannah Tinck, was married in Detroit five years ago. It is on the evidence of this woman that the authorities hope to convict Tinck. She claims to be able to produce a marriage certificate showing that she was married to the prisoner, but he claims no ceremony was ever performed and that she was a common law wife. In the event of the prisoner's contention being proven true there can be no charge brought against him for bigamy. Mrs. McKenzie-Tinck lives at 73 Champlain street, Detroit, Mrs. Hannah Tinck on Jefferson avenue east, Detroit; the second wife at 141 Fort street east, Detroit and the fourth with her parents in Exeter.
GARDINER, Elizabeth Jean (nee Couch-Bell-Tinck) - Windsor Evening Record, June 28, 1904, pg. 1. Matrimonial Entanglement. Was Tinck's Third Marriage Put-up Job? Had Mormon Tendencies. Much-Married Man Committed for Trial Today. There was spice and fun aplenty at the police court this morning. Even Crown Attorney Clarke and Magistrate Bartlet could not but evince their amusement at some of the sallies of repartee and the situations which developed as the hearing of Reuben Tinck, alleged bigamist, proceeded. The defendant was committed for trial. Two of Tinck's former wives were in court this morning and went on the stand to give evidence, Mrs. Couch-Tinck, the fourth wife, who has taken her maiden name and Mrs. Dunbar-Tinck, the third wife, telling of their experiences. Mrs. Couch-Tinck, the Exeter woman, said that she met Tinck in this city and that he told her he could not live without her. She said she didn't care a great deal for him. He was not much of a "looker," but he had many winning ways. He had never sent her a cent and she had lived at home in the hope that he was industrious and saving his money. Her marriage to him was perfectly legitimate in every respect. J. W. Hanna, for the defendant, asked her if she had ever been married before she met Tinck and she refused to answer the question. After the trial she confided to the newspaper men that she was never married until she met Tinck, but that she did not propose to tell everything she knew until the proper time, which would be at the trial. The third wife went on the stand and said that she was married to the defendant in the case five years ago. He had been rooming at her house, she said and proposed to her. They went to Wyandotte and were married at the house of a friend, but he destroyed the certificate. Later when she told him he would have to support her he said that the fellow who married them was a Mormon missionary and that the license certificate and all in connection with the marriage were "phony" and that she had no call on him at all. They lived together for two years, she said and after he left her he came back at odd intervals and sometimes gave her a little money. Tinck was seen in the police office after the hearing and said that he had never been on the street with the woman and that he never been to Wyandotte with her and further that her story about the marriage was all a pure fabrication. To refute this statement on Tinck's part the Crown had several letters which were written by Tinck while he was in Indiana, in which he calls the third woman his "dearest, loving wife" and which were addressed on the envelope to "Mrs. Reuben Tinck." Detectives Campeau and Mahoney searched the Detroit records for data of the license and marriage, but could find none. Tinck smiled throughout the entire hearing and seemed to regard the whole thing as a joke. If the Crown can prove at the trial if Tinck and the Dunbar woman were legally married as she says or that his relations with her are sufficient to render him ineligible to marry the Exeter woman the case against him will be strong. Unless the Crown can do this, however, his fourth matrimonial venture, the marriage to Miss Couch, of Exeter, will be legal and binding. The latter said this morning that she had nobody to advise her and did not know what course to pursue in the matter. "Will I apply for a divorce or bill of separation? I don't know, as yet what I will do. I suppose they will not hesitate to give me a decree of some kind." Tinck will probably be tried by Judge Horne in the course of a week or ten days.
GARDINER, Elizabeth Jean (nee Couch-Bell-Tinck) - Windsor Evening Record, May 20, 1907, pg. 1. This Rueben A Gay Blade. Man Who Forced Bigamy Charge Three Years Ago Said To Have Eloped. Reuben Tinck is one of those persons who cannot see failure in marriage if the ceremony be performed often enough. He has tried matrimonial partners from all sections from the country, including one from here, Mary Pajot, with whom he is said to have eloped, although accounts of the ceremony are not to be obtained. Miss Hannah Brown, of Dundas, Ont., claims to have been the first wife of fickle Reuben. She was about twenty years of age then and Tinck about the same. The couple removed to Detroit and a divorce followed. They had three children, one of whom survives. Tinck next took a Mrs. McKenzie in town and lived a few years with her. He became engaged to a Hamilton girl, but failed to attend the wedding. Instead he is said to have married a Mrs. Dunbar, who resided in Detroit. They lived three years together. The next wife of Tinck was a Mrs. Couch, who lived here but produced evidence of a marriage in Exeter, Ont. She was the complaining witness in a charge of bigamy against Tinck, who was committed on June 28 for trial and discharged by the county judge after being nineteen days in Sandwich jail. He apparently dropped out of the limelight until he persuaded Miss Pajot to cast in her lot with him.
GRAY, Kathleen (nee Hodges) - Kingsville Reporter, March 23, 1983, pg. 3. K. Gray Passes at 54. Kathleen Gray, age 54 years, passed away March 15 at Windsor Western Hospital. I.O.D.E. Late of Essex. Wife of the late Thomas (1967); daughter of Mrs. Glen Vincent, Kingsville; mother of Thomas, Amherstburg, Mrs. Larry Anger (Linda), Essex; Mrs. Dennis Quellette (Pat), Essex and Albert of Essex. Also survived by nine grandchildren. Sister of Mrs. Harry Pollock (Lorraine), of Wheatley; Mrs. Doug Stevenson (Helen) of Petrolia; Eugene Hodges of Kingsville; Mrs. Dorothy Herbert of Essex; Mrs. Murray Doan (Geraldine) of Essex, Leonard Hodges of Ruthven; Ronald Hodges of Coatsworth and the late William Hodges. Funeral services will be held, Friday, March 25th at 1 p.m. from the Stewart L. Kennedy Funeral Home, Essex, Rev. Roy Sidebottom officiating. Interment in Victoria Memorial Park.
HALL, Clarence - Kamloops Sentinel, September 27, 1954. Died September 26, 1954. Rites are Held for Clarence Hall. A Jehovah Witness service was conducted at 3 pm today in MacLeod Bros. Funeral Chapel for Clarence Hall of Cherry Creek who died in the Royal Inland Hospital on Sunday in his 55th year. The deceased had worked in the logging and lumber industry in the Cherry Creek area for the past 18 years. He was born in Ontario. Surviving are three brothers, Wilburt, Bob and Jim, all of Spiritwood, Sask; and two sisters, Mrs. C. Beck of Lapine, Sask and Mrs. C. Wilson of Moose Jaw. Interment was in Hillside Cemetery.
HALL, Marie Ernestine (nee Charette) - Mrs. Marie Ernestine Hall of Lloydminster and formerly of Spiritwood, Sask. passed away at Lloydminster.Auxiliary Hospital on Monday, Dec. 8th, 1975 at the age of 82 years. She was born at Duck Lake, Sask. (N.W.T.) on August 1st, 1893 and moved to Spiritwood in 1924. In December of 1968 she was predeceased by her husband Wilbert Hall. In 1970 she moved into Lloydminster Auxiliary Hospital. She leaves to mourn her passing three daughters - Mary (Mrs. Elmer Hemmerling) of Hinton, Alta.; Marjorie (Mrs. John Oesch) of Golden, B.C.; and Leona (Mrs. Alfred Utri) of Maidstone, Sask.; five sons - Wilbert of Vancouver, B.C., William and Roy of Prince Albert, Sask., Gordon of Rocky Mountain House and Stuart of Williams Lake, B.C.; two brothers - Bert of Prince Albert and Arthur of Kamloops, B.C.; one sister - Josephine Dumas of Spiritwood. She was predeceased by one brother Charles. Funeral services for the late Mrs. Hall were conducted from the Kingdom Hall, Spiritwood, on Friday, Dec. 12th, 1975, at 10:30 a.m. with speaker Claire Booth officiating. A graveside service was conducted from the Memorial Gardens, Prince Albert, at 2:00 p.m. Pallbearers were Lyle Bellamy, George Latus, Maurice Fournier, Murrel Holtorf, Henry Budiselich and Serge Fournier. Interment followed in the Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by McCaw Funeral Service Ltd. of Lloydminster.
HALL, Mary Lavina (nee Couch) - Zurick Herald, September 25, 1908. Blake. It is our duty this week to report the death of Mrs. Wm. Hall which and affair took place on Tuesday. The deceased had been a resident of our village for two years, only having moved from Chiselhurst, when her husband took over the blacksmith shop here and during that time she won the esteem of a large circle of friends. She had reached the age of thirty-four. She leaves to mourn her loss a husband and six small children, the oldest being ten years old and the youngest an infant of two weeks. Her remains were taken to her former place of residence, where they were interred in the family plot in McTaggart's cemetery. Mr. Hall and children, have the sympathy of the community in this their time of bereavement.
HALL, Stuart Daniel - Vancouver, B.C. The family regrets to announce the passing of Stuart D. Hall on Jan. 18, 1998, at the age of 64, after a lengthy illness. He leaves behind his wife Emy, his children, Leslie, Norma, Karen and Vera; 7 grandchildren, 3 sisters and 3 brothers. Stuart was cremated and at his request there will be no service held.
HALL, Wilbert Lionel - On Monday, Dec. 16th, Wilbert Lionel, beloved husband of Mrs. Marie Hall of Spiritwood passed away suddenly at the age of 71 years. Funeral services will be held from the MacKenzie Chapel on Thursday, December 19th at 2 p.m. Mr. Alex Zarysky will conduct the service, interment will follow in family plot, Memorial Gardens. Born in Exeter, Ontario, came west to Moose Jaw in 1913 and homesteaded at Spriritwood in 1924. Besides his wife Marie the late Mr. Hall is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Elmer (Alice) Hemmerling of Valley View, Alta., Mrs. John (Marjorie) Oesch of Golden, B.C. and Mrs. Alfred (Leona) Utri of Maidstone, Sask. Five sons, Conrad of Vancouver, William of Prince Albert, Gordon of Spiritwood, Roy of Prince Albert, Stuart of Williams Lake, B.C., 16 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Ethel Beck of Edmonton, Mrs. Charles (Gladys) Wilson of Ontario, two brothers, James Airth of De Bolt, Alta. and Bob Turner of Goderich, Ontario. Arrangements by MacKenzie Funeral Home, (W. T. Beaton and H. J. Jordan Funeral Directors).
HALL, William James - The Prince Albert Daily Herald, Saturday, January 6, 1923. Respected Resident Duck Lake Is Laid To Rest. Duck Lake, Jan. 5 - The funeral of the late Mr. Hall, who died suddenly at his home on Saturday night, took place Tuesday afternoon at half past one, from his residence to All Saints' church cemetery. The Rev. J. B. Bunting officiated. Mrs. Chas. F. Wilson from Moose Jaw and Bert Hall family from Red Deer Hill returned to their homes yesterday after attending the funeral of their father, the late Mr. Hall. C. A. Beck from Wakaw, son-in-law of Mr. Hall, was also in attendance.
HALL, William John "Bill" or "Stout" - (Photo). In Memory of Mr. William "Bill" John Hall, age 57 years, born February 26, 1926, Spiritwood, passed away May 4th, 1983. Mr. Hall is survived by his wife, Liz Hall of Prince Albert, a daughter, Mrs. Mavis (Brett) Watson and a grandson, Bobby of Prince Albert, 2 sons, Len and Darren Hall of Prince Albert, 3 sisters, Mrs. Alice (Elmer) Hemmerling of Brenton, Alta., Mrs. Marjorie Hall of Golden, B.C., Mrs. Leona (Alfred) Utri of Maidstone, 4 brothers, Conrad (Ruth) Hall of Vancouver, Gordon (Irene) Hall of Enderby, B.C., Roy (Lucy) Hall of Prince Albert, Stuart (Emy) Hall of Williams Lake, B.C. He was predeceased by his parents, a daughter, Barbara in 1963. Funeral service, Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 1381-15th Street West, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Monday May 9th, 1983, 1:30 p.m. Clergy, Rev. Terry Wiebe. Honorary pallbearers, Wm. Boyer, Robert Boyer. Active pallbearers, Bob Boyer, Barry Dinsmore, Roy Clatt, Carter Watson, Bert Charette, Henry McKay. Interment, Prince Albert Memorial Gardens.
HEMMERLING, Elmer George - On June 27, 1994, Mr. Elmer Hemmerling of Edmonton, passed away at the age of 75 years. He is survived by his loving family, his wife, Alice; two daughters, Bernice (Art) Daniels and Doreen (Allan) Lavallee; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; three brothers and four sisters. He was predeceased by one daughter, Della and one sister. Friends and relatives that wish to pay their respects may do so from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at Hainstock's Funeral Home and Crematorium, 981034 Avenue, Edmonton. A graveside service will be held at Evergreen Memorial Gardens following the visitation. In Lieu of flowers, donations to the Palliative Care Unit at the Edmonton General Hospital, 11111 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, T5K 9Z9 would be appreciated. Edmonton Funeral Services (433-7270).
HEMMERLING, Mary Alice (nee Hall) - (Photo). On December 30, 2000 surrounded by her family who loved her, Alice passed away at the age of 81 years. Her passing is deeply mourned by her children, Bernice (Art) Daniels and Dureen (Allan) Cardinal of Edmonton; five grand-daughters, Norma Zerke of South Carolina, USA, Susan (Tom) Borelli of Camrose, Dena (Ron) Enyedy of Edson, Judy (Dale) Vandenburg of Edmonton and Dara Graham of Grande Prairie; as well as four great-grandsons; and three great-granddaughters. Alice was predeceased by her husband, Elmer in 1994; and her daughter, Della Marie in 1944; as well as three of her brothers. She is survived by two brothers and two sisters. A memorial service will be held on January 4, 2001 at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 6212-82 Avenue, Edmonton at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Hemmerling Family Memorial Fund at the Edmonton General Continuing Care Centre, 11111 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, T5K 0L4. Park Place Funeral Home Chapel & Crematorium Ltd. 51 Broadway Blvd. Sherwood Park, AB. (780) 417-8000.
HESK, Gordon Emerson - London Free Press, Saturday, March 26, 2011, pg. B8. Peacefully after a short illness at Strathroy Middlesex General Hospital on Thursday March 24, 2011 Gordon Emerson Hesk of Strathroy in his 76th year. Beloved husband of Joan. Dear father of Terry (Sharon) and Judy (Steve) and stepfather of Tracy (Jason) and Gary. Also survived by six grandchildren and 1 great grandchild, his sisters Velma Robinson and Marjorie Pauline Hesk and his sister-in-law Flora Hesk. Predeceased by his brother Doug. At Gord's request there will be no visitation or funeral. Cremation has taken place and a private interment will take place at a later date. Donations to the London Humane Society or the Canadian Red Cross would be appreciated. Denning Bros. Funeral Home, Strathroy 519-245-1023.
HODGES, Sharon Gladys (Chapman) - Smith Funeral Home and Family Center, www.smithfuneralhome.ca. October 28, 1942 - April 14, 2011. Death Notice. Peacefully at St. Joseph's Hospice on Thursday, April 14, 2011, Sharon Hodges passed away at the age of 68. Beloved wife of the late Eugene Hodges (1997). Loving mother of Bonnie Hodges (Ed Fader) of Camlachie, Vicky Fracalanza of Sarnia, Brenda Hodges (Mark Ringwood) of Sarnia, Dale Hodges (Carolyn) of Forest, Wayne Hodges (Vicky) of Strathroy, Cheryl Hodges of Camlachie and Ken Hodges (Mel) of Sarnia. Cherished grandmother of 33 and great-grandmother of 19. She is survived by brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews. Family and friends will be received on Friday, April 15, 2011 at SMITH FUNERAL HOME, 1576 London Line, Sarnia from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, April 16, 2011 at St. John in the Wilderness Church 2896 Lakeshore Rd. Bright's Grove at 11:00 a.m. The interment will follow in Wyoming Cemetery. Sympathy may be expressed through donations to The St. Joseph's Hospice (cheques only at the funeral home please). Memories and condolences may be sent online at www.smithfuneralhome.ca VisitationFamily and friends will be received on Friday, April 15, 2011 at SMITH FUNERAL HOME, 1576 London Line, Sarnia from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Service: The funeral service will be held on Saturday, April 16, 2011 at St. John in the Wilderness Church 2896 Lakeshore Rd. Bright's Grove at 11:00 a.m. The interment will follow in Wyoming Cemetery. Donations: Sympathy may be expressed through donations to The St. Joseph's Hospice (cheques only at the funeral home please).
HODGES, Sharon Gladys (Chapman) - Windsor Star, April 15, 2011. Hodges, Sharon Peacefully at St. Josephs Hospice on Thursday, April 14, 2011, Sharon Hodges passed away at the age of 68. Family and friends will be received on Friday, April 15, 2011 at SMITH FUNERAL HOME, 1576 London Line, Sarnia from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, April 16, 2011 at St. John in the Wilderness Church 2896 Lakeshore Rd. Brights Grove at 11:00 a.m. The interment will follow in Wyoming Cemetery. Sympathy may be expressed through donations to The St. Josephs Hospice (cheques only at the funeral home please). Memories and condolences may be sent online at www.smithfuneralhome.ca.
HODGES, William Conrad - Kingsville Reporter, May 19, 1976, pg. 3. Wm. C. Hodges Succumbs at 36. William Conrad Hodges of 18 Erie Avenue, Linden Beach, passed away on Monday, May 17th at Leamington District Memorial Hospital at the age of 36 years. Mr. Hodges was born in Tecumseh and was a truck driver. Surviving are; his widow Cecilia (nee Roelens); one daughter Shelly at home, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Vincent of Kingsville; six sisters, Mrs. Kathleen Gray of Essex; Lorraine (Mrs. Harry Pollock) of Wheatley; Helen (Mrs. Douglas Stevenson) and Rose (Mrs. Sid Ringwood) both of Petrolia; Geraldine (Mrs. Murray Doan) and Mrs. Dorothy Herbert both of Essex; three brothers Eugene Hodges of Kingsville, Leonard Hodges of Ruthven and Rod Hodges of Kingsville; one step-sister, Kay (Mrs. John Kern) of Kingsville and two step-brothers, Gerald Vincent of Ruthven and Carl Vincent of South River, Ontario; also survived by several nieces and nephews. Resting at the Ferguson-Sykes Funeral Home, Kingsville where funeral service will be held on Thursday, May 20th at 11:30 a.m.with Rev. James Forsythe officiating. Interment Greenhill Cemetery.
HODGES, William Conrad - Leamington Post, May 26, 1976, pg. 15. Died May 17, 1976. Deepest sympathy is extended to the relatives and friends of William Hodges, husband of Cecilia (Roelens), who passed away suddenly May 17.
INGS, Harry George - Winnipeg Free Press, January 8, 2011. Harry George Ings, age 62, passed away on December 30, 2010 after battling a long illness. Born April 19, 1948 in Winnipeg, he worked at CN from 1966 until retiring in 2002. He was a generous man who was always willing to help. He cared for the people he knew, as well as the neighborhood he lived in. Harry will be missed by all. Survivors include spouse Donna Ings (nee McKellar), children Shaun George (Sarah Forster) and Terry Lynn (Doug Beddall), grandchildren Bradley Paulo, Paige Lynn and Kenzie Lenore and his sister Barb Gauss. Harry was preceded in death by his parents Reginald George and Margeurite (nee Goodman). Services will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 22, 2011 at the Central Church of Christ, 170 St. Mary's Rd. Charitable donations may be given to a charity of one's choice. As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on January 08, 2011.
JOHNSTON, Gailey Evelyn (nee Revington) - London Free Press, Friday, January 23, 1959, pg. 24. In St. Catharines General Hospital, on Thursday, January 22, 1959, Gailey (Revington) Johnston, formerly of Lucan, beloved daughter of the late Jennie and Wilbert Revington and dear mother of (Jean), Mrs. J. Stoner and (Helen), Mrs. Carmen Conti, of Niagara Falls, New York, 4 grandchildren and sister of (Jean), Mrs. L. Lobsinger, of Sarnia, (Eva), Mrs. Arthur McLean, of London, (Marie), Mrs. John Park, (Kay), Mrs. Jack Lankin, Wesley and Sheridan Revington, all of Lucan, in her 55th year. Resting at the Dart funeral home, St. Catharines until Saturday evening, thence to the C. Haskett and Son funeral home, Lucan, where the funeral service will be held on Monday, January 26th, at 2 p.m. Interment in St. James Cemetery, Clandeboye.
KERN, John James - Kingsville Reporter, January 30, 1996, pg. 5. John James, age 61 years, passed away Sunday, January 28, 1996, at Leamington Hospital. Late of Kingsville. Beloved husband of Kathleen (Kay) Kern. Dear father of Terry James Kern and wife Mary Ann, Leamington; and Tab Kern and wife Marty, Colchester South. Dear grandpa of Derick and Jennifer. Brother of Rose Garrick and husband Jim, Windsor; Joe Kern and wife Donna, Michigan and Kathy Kohls and husband Carl, Sudbury. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Resting at the C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home, 91 Division St. S., Kingsville from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral service from the funeral home Wednesday 11 a.m. Rev. David Duncan officiating. Interment in Greenhill Cemetery, Kingsville. If desired, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.
KOLIKOWSKI, Eleanor Anetta (nee Nelson-Twigger) - Penticton Herald, April 3, 1991. Kolikowski, Eleanor Anetta: Passed away Tuesday, April 2, 1991 at the Penticton Regional Hospital, Eleanor, beloved wife of Joe of Okanagan Falls. Dear mother of Kate Driesen of Los Angeles and Kim Jobb of Vernon. Sister of Vivian Synder of Reno, Nevada. Also survived by 6 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, April 8 at 2:30 p.m. from the Chapel of the Parkview Funeral Home, 1258 Main Street, Penticton, with Mr. Lowell Otten officiating. Cremation.
LAWTON, Jane (nee Pilkington) - London Free Press, Monday, November 9, 1959, pg. 28. Suddenly at Victoria Hospital, on Saturday, Nov. 7, 1959, Jane, beloved wife of John William Lawton, of 1179 Princess Ave., dear mother of John, Dorchester; Sydney of Windsor; Alec, RCAF Station, Trenton; Douglas, Dorchester and Ronald of London; dear sister of William and John Pilkington; Nellie (Mrs. James Birchall), Margaret (Mrs. John Sumner), all of London. 18 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren also survive. The late Mrs. Lawton will rest at the Bennett and Pincombe Funeral Home, King at Colborne, where services will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 1:30 p.m. Interment in Forest Lawn Memorial Garden.
LAWTON, John William - London Free Press, Monday, June 9, 1969, pg. 8. Lawton, John William, 83, of 1179 Princess Ave., London, Saturday, at home. Survivors: sons, Jack, Douglas, both Dorchester; Ronald, London; Sydney, Windsor; Alexander, Rome, Italy; sister, Mrs. Rose Dawson, Ingleside, Calif. Service 11 a.m. Tuesday, Geo. E. Logan and Sons Funeral Home. Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, London.
LAWTON, John William - London Free Press, Tuesday, June 10, 1969, pg. 29. Suddenly at his late residence, 1179 Princess Ave., on Sat., June 7, 1969, John William Lawton. In his 84th year. Beloved husband of the late Jane Pilkington. Dear father of Jack and Douglas, both of Dorchester; Ronald, of London and Sydney, of Windsor; Alexander, of Rome, Italy. Brother of Mrs. Rose Dawson, of Ingleside, Cal. Also survived by 18 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Resting at the Geo. E. Logan and Sons Funeral Home, 371 Dundas St., for service in the chapel on Tues., at 11 a.m. with Rev. William Bennett officiating. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens.
LAWTON, Marjorie (nee McGregor) - London Free Press, Saturday, March 3, 2012, pg. B6. At University Hospital, London, on Thursday, March 1st, 2012, Marjorie (McGregor) Lawton of London in her 88th year. Beloved wife of the late Ronald Lawton (1982). Loving mother of Judy (Joc) Couch of New Hamburg; Ron (Steve Chitovas) Lawton of Sarnia; Robert (Susan) Lawton of London; and Brenda (Evan) Saylor or Sarnia. Dear sister of Lillian (late Stu) Graham of Forest and sister-in-law of Bernice (late George) McGregor of Guelph. Also loved by her grandchildren. Cremation has taken place. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Marjorie are asked to consider the Canadian Cancer Society or the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario. Westview Funeral Chapel in charge of cremation arrangements.
LAWTON, Ronald Neil - London Free Press, Monday, January 4, 1982, pg. C6. At Victoria Hospital, South Street Campus, on Saturday, January 2, 1982, Ronald N. Lawton, of London. Beloved husband of Marjorie Lawton. Dear father of Judith, Ronald, Robert and Brenda. No funeral home visitation. Private family service. Cremation to follow. Memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, 401 Nelson Street, London, would be appreciated by the family. Logan Chapel of Furtney Funeral Homes Limited in charge of arrangements.
LEITCH, Edith Ada (nee Twigger) - Sudbury Star, December 8, 1943, pg. 3. Mrs. Edith Leitch. A resident of Sudbury for the last 34 years, Mrs. Edith Leitch, of 436 Pine St., died in her 77th year at her home on Wednesday. She was born in Pittsburgh, Pa., and when a young girl moved to Pembroke where she resided until she came to Sudbury in 1909. She is the widow of the late Robert Leitch, who predeceased her some years ago. Prior to her death she was a member of the Knox Presbyterian Church. The late Mrs. Leitch is survived by four daughters, Mrs. John McLean, of Mossbank, Sask.; Mrs. Charles Timber, of Sudbury; Mrs. J. Armstrong, of Malartic, Que. and Miss Gladys Leitch, at home; three sons, Osborne, of New Toronto; Clifford and Gordon, both of Sudbury; 29 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. F. Bally, of Garson; Mrs. W. Restoule, of Nipissing; Emma Twrigger, of Kirkland Lake and three brothers, George, of Moose Jaw, Sask.; Edward, of Toronto and Nelson, of Slate River, Ont. The late Mrs. Leitch is resting at Jackson and Barnard's Funeral Home, 83 Larch St., where funeral services will be held in the chapel on Friday afternoon, December 10, at 2 o'clock. Rev. W. Ooms, of Knox Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Eyre Cemetery.
LEITCH, Edith Ada (nee Twigger) - Sudbury Star, December 9, 1943, pg. 3. At her home, 436 Pine St., Wednesday morning, December 8, 1943, Edith Twrigger, beloved wife of the late Robert Leitch and mother of Mrs. John McLean, of Mossbak, Sask.; Mrs. J. Armstrong, of Malartic, Que.; Mrs. Charles Timberg, Gladys Cl:ford and Gordon C., of Sudbury; Osborne, of Toronto, in her 77th year. The late Mrs. Leitch is resting at Jackson and Barnard's Funeral Home, 83 Larch St. Funeral service in the chapel, Friday afternoon, December 10, at 2 o'clock. Interment in Eyre Cemetery.
LEITCH, Robert - Sudbury Star, Saturday, November 5, 1932, pg. 12. Died November 4, 1932. Death Calls Tourist Host. Robert Leitch Was Former Farmer at Garson. For four years caretaker at the Sudbury tourist camp, Robert Leitch, 82, died yesterday at his home from heart trouble. Always popular, Mr. Leitch gave the tourist camp a splendid reputation. Courteous and obliging, he was in great demand among visitors and he loved to swap stories. His register contained names from all over the continent. Born in Alice Township, four miles from Pembroke, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Leitch, he spent 60 years on the farm there. In 1910 Mr. Leitch moved to Garson Mine where he was also engaged in farming. Nine years later he came to Sudbury. The funeral will be held Monday at two o'clock from Jackson's funeral parlors to Knox Church. Besides his wife, formerly Miss Ada Twigger, whom he married October 22nd. 1890, Mr. Leitch is survived by four daughters and two sons. They are Mrs. Frances McLean, of Moose Bank, Sask.; Mrs. J. J. Armstrong, Mrs. Ethel Timberg, Mrs. Gladys Morin, Osborne and Clifford Leitch, all of Sudbury and Gordon, an adopted son, also of Sudbury. Mrs. Alex McLeod, of Pembroke, is a sister.
LEITCH, Robert - Sudbury Star, Saturday, November 5, 1932, pg. 9. At his residence, 465 Clinton St., Sudbury, Friday, November 4th, 1932, Robert Leitch, in his 83rd year. The funeral will be held from Jackson's Funeral Parlors to Knox Presbyterian Church, Monday, November 7th, at 2 o'clock. Interment in Park Lawn cemetery.
LYNCH, Jessie Ophelia (nee Heath-Vincent) - Windsor Star, Friday, July 27, 1984, pg. B7. Jessie O. (nee Heath) 86 years on July 27, 1984. Dear wife of the late Earl. Loving mother of Leon, Essex and Mrs. Margaret Duperreault, Hawkesberry, Ont. Dear grandmother of Georgette, Evelyn and Tommy. Dear sister of Lee Heath, Essex and Mrs. William Cole (Carrie) of St. Mary's, Ont. A nephew Thomas Lynch of Windsor also survives. Dear friend of Mrs. Ann Foulis, Windsor. Funeral service will be held at the Windsor Chapel Funeral Home, 1700 Tecumseh Rd. E. on Sat. July 28th, 1984 at 1 p.m. Rev. Gene Tempelmeyer officiating. Cremation to follow. Donations may be made to the charity of your choice. (Cards available at the Funeral Home).
MANN, Leonard Kenneth - London Free Press, Sunday, April 29, 2007, pg. 24. At Victoria Hospital with his family at his side Friday, April 27, 2007; Leonard Kenneth Mann of Ipperwash and formerly of Strathroy in his 78th year. Beloved husband and best friend of Shirley (Turner) Mann. Dear Step father of Terry (Sharon) Hesk of Strathroy and Judy (Steve) Edwardson of Chatham. Grandfather of six and great grandfather of five extended family. Brother of Lois (Don) Eagleden of Strathroy and Linda Radcliffe of Kimble, Ont. Predeceased by his brothers, Freddie, Murry Jr. and Keith Mann and sister Sherry Merriam. Fondly remembered by his nieces and nephews. Visitation will be held in the Denning Bros. Funeral Home, 32 Metcalfe St. W., Strathroy on Sunday, April 29 from 2:00 to 4:00 P.M. and 7:00 to 9:00 P.M. where the funeral and committal services will be held on Monday April 30 at 11:00 A.M. with Rev. Charles Seed officiating. Cremation to follow. Donations to the London Health Sciences Centre CCTU Unit or the Strathroy Middlesex General Hospital Foundation would be appreciated by the family. A tree will be planted as a living memorial to Leonard.
McGREGOR, Elizabeth Donaldson (nee McKay) - London Free Press, Saturday, April 12, 1930, pg. 3. Mrs. George McGregor, Langarth Street, Dies. Elizabeth Donaldson McGregor, wife of George McGregor, of the London fire department, died yesterday afternoon, at the family residence, 16 Langarth street, in her 29th year. The deceased was born in Scotland and had been a resident of the city for the past ten years. Surviving, besides her husband, are three children, Lillian, Marjorie and George, all at home. There are also two sisters, Miss Madge McKay and Miss May Flenning. The funeral service will be held at the family residence on Tuesday at 2 p.m., Rev. F. W. Gilmour, of Elmwood Avenue Presbyterian Church, officiating. Interment will be made in Mount Pleasant Cemetery.
McGREGOR, Elizabeth Donaldson (nee McKay) - London Free Press, Saturday, April 12, 1930, pg. 32. At her late residence, 16 Langarth street, on Friday, April 11, 1930, Elizabeth Donaldson (McKay), beloved wife of George H. McGregor, age 29 years. Funeral service at the above address on Tuesday, April 15, at 2 p.m. Interment in Mount Pleasant Cemetery.
McKELLAR, Donald Alexander - Winnipeg Free Press, Tuesday, April 15, 1980, pg. 38. On April 13, 1980, at St. Boniface Hospital, Donald Alexander McKellar, aged 72 years, beloved husband of Helen McKellar, of 113 Ellesmere Avenue. Mr. McKellar was born in Winnipeg and had been employed by the Canadian Pacific Railway for 43 years, retiring in 1972. Surviving besides his wife, Helen, are a son Gordon and sister-in-law, Anne of California; a daughter, Donna and son-in-law, Harry Ings of Winnipeg and a grandson, Shaun. He was predeceased by a brother, Gordon and a sister, Vivian. Funeral service will be held in the Thomson Funeral Chapels, Broadway at Furby, on Wednesday, April 16, at 11:00 a.m., the Rev. Charles Spicer officiating. Services will terminate at the chapels, with cremation to follow. If friends so desire, donations may be made to the charity of their choice. Courtesy parking west of the funeral chapels.
McKELLAR, Helen Goodall (nee Couch) - Winnipeg Free Press, Saturday, March 12, 1994, pg. C12. Helen Goodall McKellar. Suddenly on Wednesday, March 9, 1994, Helen Goodall McKellar, aged 82 years, widow of Donald A. McKellar. Surviving are her children, Donna and her husband Harry, Gordon and his wife Anne of Broomfield Co., grandchildren Shaun and Terry Ings, Christopher and Amy McKellar; one brother Gordon Couch and his wife Babe of Maple Ridge, B.C. She was predeceased by one sister Rachel Couch. Cremation has taken place and a private family service will be held. If friends so desire, donations may be made in memory of Helen to the Canadian Diabetes Association, 2nd floor, 283 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, R3B 2B5 or to a charity of one's choice. The Thomson Funeral Chapels in care of arrangements, phone 783-7211.
MILLER, Christina Helen Isabel (nee Wright) - Sudbury Star, January 18, 1974, pg. 3. Identify woman killed by train at rail crossing. A city woman killed by a freight train Thursday morning has been identified as Mrs. J. C. Miller, 73, of 62 Patterson St. She was pronounced dead a t the scene after being dragged 103 feet when her pant leg caught on the brake line. Police report says she tried to cross in front of the train, slipped and fell on the crossing at Bloor and Lansdowne streets. The engineer of the Canadian National Railways train has been identified as Orval Ardiel, 11 Spruce St., Capreol. Dr. J. A. Pidutti has been named coroner. Mrs. Miller immigrated to Canada from Scotland with her parents in 1914 and had lived here since. The former Christina Wright, she married John Miller in Copper Cliff in 1924. He died in 1964. She was a member of the Knox Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Miller is survived by a son, John, of Sudbury; three daughters, Mrs. Isabella Blais of Copper Cliff; Evelyn and Mrs. Shelia Cook, of Sudbury; five grandchildren and a brother, Jim, of Windsor. The body is in the Jackson and Barnard Funeral Home, 233 Larch St., where funeral service will be held at 4 p.m., Saturday, followed by interment in Park Lawn Cemetery. Rev. G. R. Bell will conduct the funeral service.
MILLER, Hannah (nee Brisco) - Sudbury Star, Saturday, June 8, 1935, pg. 3. Died June 5, 1935. Mrs. Irwin Miller. From her late residence, 366 Victoria St., to Park Lawn cemetery, the funeral was held on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock of Mrs. Irwin Miller, whose death occurred Wednesday morning after two weeks illness. Rev. A. G. Rintoul officiated at the funeral services, while the pall-bearers were four brothers of the deceased; James Brisco, of Northcote; Charles Brisco, of Cobden; Peter Brisco, of Northcote and Thomas Brisco, of Englehart and Wesley Carmichael and George Clare, of Sudbury. Many floral tributes and messages of sympathy to the bereaved family testified to the esteem in which Mrs. Miller was held during her 20 years' residence in Sudbury. Mrs. Miller was 73 years old and was born in Northcote; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Brisco. Among those from other centres who attended the funeral were the four brothers who acted as pall-bearers, two sisters, Mrs. James Atkinson, of Douglas and Mrs. J. F. Gibbons, of Northcote; a nephew, Mr. Gary Brisco, Mrs. Garry Brisco and Mr. Elmer Brisco, of Charlton; Mr. Campbell Brisco and Mr. Elmer Brisco, of Northcote and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Buckerfield, of Capreol.
MILLER, Hannah (nee Briscoe) - Sudbury Star, Wednesday, June 5, 1935, pg. 10. After an illness of two weeks, the death took place late this morning of Mrs. Irwin Miller, well-known and esteemed resident of Sudbury; at her home at 366 Victoria St. Mrs. Miller was born Hannah Brisco in Northcote 73 years ago. She was married 41 years ago in Northcote and spent some years in Cobalt and Parry Sound. For the last 20 years she had lived in Sudbury. She was a member of the St. Andrew's United Church and until recent years was an active church worker. She had a wide circle of devoted friends among whom she was held in high regard for the outstanding qualities of her character and disposition. Until her last illness she enjoyed excellent health and spirits. She is survived by her husband, one son, John Miller, assistant postmaster and four grandchildren. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. J. F. Gibbons, of Northcote and Mrs. James Atkinson, of Douglas and six brothers, James A. Brisco, of Northcote; Charles Brisco, of Cobden; George Brisco, of Beachburg; John M. Brisco, of Northcote; Peter Brisco, of Northcote and Thomas Brisco, of New Liskeard. The funeral will take place on Friday afternoon from her late home to park Lawn Cemetery.
MILLER, Irwin M. - Sudbury Star, Saturday, July 14, 1945, pg. 2. A stationary engineer at the Sudbury courthouse for 23 years prior to his retirement in September, 1943, Irwin M. Miller, of 366 Victoria St., Sudbury, died at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon, July 13, in his 75th year, following a lengthy illness. He had been a resident of Sudbury since 1914. As a boy of 16 he came to Canada from his birthplace, Inniskillen, County of Fermanagh, Ireland and for a time did construction work in Toronto. Later he left that part of Ontario and came North doing construction work and railroading until 1914, when he settled in Sudbury. A member of St. Andrew's United Church, he was a former member of the Sudbury L.O.L. Lodge, No. 1088. His widow, the former Laura Campbell, whom he married in Sudbury in 1938, survives. Also surviving is a son, John, by a former marriage. John's mother, the former Hannah Briscoe, died nine years ago. A stepdaughter, Mrs. Violet Couch, lives in the city. Two half sisters, Betty and Maggie and two brothers, Robert and Nixon, live in Toronto. The late Mr. Miller is resting at Jackson and Barnard's Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held in the chapel of the funeral home on Monday afternoon, July 16, at 3:30 o'clock, Professor S. S. Lautenslager, of St. Andrew's United Church, officiating. Burial will be in Park Lawn Cemetery.
MILLER, Irwin M. - Sudbury Star, Saturday, July 14, 1945, pg. 3. Died at his home, 366 Victoria St., Sudbury, Friday afternoon, July 13, 1945, Irwin Miller, beloved husband of Laura Campbell Twigger and father of John C. In his 75th year. Resting at Jackson & Barnard Funeral Home, 83 Larch St. Funeral service in the Chapel Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Interment in Park Lawn cemetery, Sudbury.
MILLER, Irwin M. - Sudbury Star, Tuesday, July 17, 1945, pg. 2. Died July 13, 1945. Final tribute was paid to the late Irwin Miller by his friends at a funeral service held in the chapel of Jackson & Barnard's Funeral Home, 83 Larch St., on Monday afternoon, July 16. Mr. Miller's death occurred on Friday afternoon, July 13, following a lengthy illness. He was in his 75th-year. Rev. S. S. Lautenslager, of St. Andrew's United Church, officiated. At the opening of the service the mourners sang the hymn, "My Faith Looks Up to Thee," and following benediction they sang "Abide With Me." Six good friends of the late Mr. Miller were pallbearers. These included Wesley Carmichael, John Vick, David Butchart, F. W. Palmer, J. G. Clare and George Neilson. Interment took place in Park Lawn Cemetery.
MILLER, John Charles - Sudbury Star, August 24, 1964, pg. 3. (Photo). Was Postmaster Here, John Miller, 64, Dies. Postmaster in Sudbury for the past 18 years and prior to that with the postal services for 25 years, John C. Miller, died at his home, 62 Patterson St., Sunday night. He was 64. He had been in poor health for some months. The body is at Jackson and Barnard Funeral Home, 233 Larch St., with funeral service to be held from the chapel on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will be in the family plot, Park Lawn Cemetery. A native of Parry Sound, he came to Sudbury with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Miller, in 1914. He attended the old Central Public School, on Elgin St., then Sudbury High School and worked with several firms before becoming associated with the post office. He served in many different capacities with the postal department before becoming post master here in 1946. He married the former Christina Wright and the couple celebrated their 40th anniversary this summer. He was active with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows until recent years, when ill heath curbed his activities. Besides his widow, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Leo Blais and Mrs. Barney A. Cook, of Sudbury and Evelyn at home and five granddaughters.
MILLER, John Robert Irwin "Corky" - Sudbury Star, Thursday, March 22, 2012. Date of Birth: Saturday, February 8th, 1930. Date of Death: Tuesday, March 20th, 2012. Funeral Home: Lougheed Family Funeral Home, 252 Regent St. Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, P3C 4C8. In Loving Memory of John "Corky" Robert Miller, 82 years who passed away peacefully Tuesday March 20th, 2012 at Pioneer Manor surrounded by his loving family. Beloved husband of Beverly Miller. Cherished father to Lauri Connor (Kirby) of Sudbury. Predeceased by his parents John and Christina (Wright) Miller. Dear brother of Evelyn Miller of Sudbury and the late Sheila Cook (Barney) and Isabel Blais (Leo). Dear uncle of Jane Cook- Fernandes (Cyril), Chrissy Kuchataruk (Yarko) and Kirby Blais (Candi). Corky will be missed by his cousin Sister Phyllis Wright. He was a beloved and loving husband and father. He enjoyed spending time at his camp on the West Arm and being in the outdoors. Resting at the Jackson & Barnard Funeral Home 233 Larch St. Sudbury, Ontario. Funeral Service in the R.J Barnard Chapel on Friday, March 23rd, 2012 at 2:30. Cremation at the Park Lawn Crematorium. In lieu of flowers donations in memory of Corky to Pet Save would be greatly appreciated (Friends may call after 2:15 on Friday).
MILLER, Laura (nee Campbell-Twigger) - London Free Press, Tuesday, January 28, 1969, pg. 28. At Strathroy Hospital, on Monday, January 27, 1969, Laura (Campbell), of Strathroy and formerly of Sudbury, beloved wife of the late Irwin Miller and dear mother of Mrs. Odin (Violet) Couch, of Strathroy; sister of James H. Campbell, of Montreal and Joseph Campbell, of Sudbury; also survived by 3 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. In her 86th year. Resting at the Denning Bros. Funeral Home Strathroy, where funeral service will be held on Wednesday, January 29 at 2 p.m. Interment in Strathroy Cemetery.
MILLER, Laura (nee Campbell-Twigger) - The Age Dispatch, Thursday, January 30, 1969, pg. 7. Mrs. Laura Miller. Mrs. Laura Miller died at Strathroy Middlesex General Hospital, Monday, January 27, following a lengthy illness. She was 85. Mrs. Miller, born in Manitoulin Island, formerly lived in Sudbury and resided in Strathroy for the last 15 years. She was a life long member of the orange Lodge, Sudbury and attended the United Church. Her husband predeceased. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Oden (Violet) Couch, Strathroy; two brothers, James H. Campbell, Montreal and Joseph Campbell, Sudbury. Also surviving are 3 grandchildren. Funeral services were held in Denning Brothers funeral home, Wednesday, January 29, Reverend John Barrett, Strathroy United Church, officiated. Interment was in the Strathroy Cemetery.
MILLER, Margaret Evelyn Roy - Sudbury Star, Wednesday, September 12, 2012. In loving memory of Margaret Evelyn Roy Miller 81 Years Tuesday, September 11th, 2012 at the Health Sciences North. Beloved daughter of John and Christina (Wright) Miller both predeceased. Loving sister of Isabella predeceased (Leo Blais predeceased), Sheila predeceased (Barney Cook predeceased), and John predeceased (Beverley of Sudbury). Dear cousin of Rev. Sister Phyllis of Chatham. Sadly missed by nieces, nephews, their families and many friends from 1140 Ramsey View Court. Born in Sudbury she worked for many years at the Ministry of Natural Resources until her retirement. At Margaret's request there will be no public visitation or service. Cremation. A private family committal will be held at Parklawn Cemetery. Donations to the Lung Association would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to the LOUGHEED FUNERAL HOME. To light a memorial candle, flowers, donations or messages of condolences available on-line at www.lougheed.org
MORTIMORE, Howard John - Windsor Star, November 30, 1971 pg. 39. Howard, age 91 years, November 30, 1971, late of 112 Centre St., Harrow. Beloved husband of Margaret. Dear father of (Fern) Mrs. Edward Tetzlaff, Harrow. Several nieces and nephews. Resting at the Gerald A. Smith Funeral Home, 197 King St. West, Harrow. Funeral Thursday at 2 p.m., Rev. D. S. Mannell officiating. Interment Iler Cemetery.
MORTIMORE, Margaret Sophia "Maggie" (nee Couch) - Windsor Star, January 14, 1972, pg. 32. Margaret, 88 years, January 13, 1972, suddenly. Widow of the late Howard Mortimore (November 30, 1971). Beloved mother of (Fern) Mrs. Edward Tetzlass. Dear sister of (Zena) Mrs. John Staddon, Kingsville. Resting at the Gerald A. Smith Funeral Home, 197 King St. W. Funeral Monday, January 17, at 2 p.m. Rev. D. S. Mannell officiating. Interment Iler Cemetery.
NELSON, Elmer John - Windsor Star, Tuesday, January 17, 1950, pg. 8. Elmer J. 55 Years. January 16, 1950 at Grace Hospital. Beloved husband of Elsie (nee Reneau-Colotti) 773 California Ave. Dear father of Alleen, at home, William Colotti Nelson and Edward Colottie, Detroit; Mrs. Frank Lalonde (Viola), Windsor; three grandchildren. Dear half-brother of William Couch, Essex; Mrs. Howard Mortimore, Harrow; Mrs. John Staddon, Kingsville. Resting at Anderson Funeral Home 895 Quellette Ave. Funeral Thursday, Jan. 19 at 2 p.m. Rev. J. H. Watt officiating. Interment Green Lawn Memorial Park.
NELSON, Elmer John - Kingsville Reporter, January 19, 1950, pg. 10. Died January 16, 1950. Elmer J. Nelson Passes in 56th Year. Elmer J. Nelson passed away on January 16, at Grace Hospital, at the age of 55. Surviving are his wife, Elsie; three sons, Allen, at home; William Colotti Nelson and Edward Colotti, Detroit; daughter, Mrs. Frank Lalonde (Viola), Windsor; half-brother, William Couch, Essex; half-sisters, Mrs. Howard Mortimore, Harrow and Mrs. John Staddon, Kingsville. Funeral services were held today at 2 p.m. Rev. J. H. Watt officiated, burial taking place in Green Lawn Memorial Park, Windsor.
NELSON, Elmer John - Windsor Star, Friday, January 17, 1958, pg. 38. In Memoriam. In loving memory of a dear father, Elmer Nelson, who passed away, Jan. 16, 1950. One by one they go before us, They are fading like the dew, But we know they're watching o'er us, They the good, the fair, the true, They are waiting for us only, Where no pain can ever mar, Dear ones who left us lonely, Watch us through the gates ajar, There a father, there a mother, gone within those gates ajar. Always remembered by his daughter Aileen.
NELSON, Elmer John - Windsor Star, Friday, January 17, 1958, pg. 38. In Memoriam. In loving memory of a dear father, Elmer Nelson, who passed away, Jan. 16, 1950. Our family circle has been broken, A link gone from our chain, But though we're parted for a while, We know we'll meet again. Some day we hope to meet again, Some day, we know not when, We shall meet in a better land and never part again. We shall meet with many a loved one, That was torn from our embrace, We shall listen to their voices, And behold them face to face. Sunshine passes, shadows fall, Love's remembrance outlasts all. Ever remembered forever by son William and daughter-in-law Betty.
NELSON, Elsie Jane (nee Reneau-Colotti) - Windsor Star, Friday, January 10, 1958, pg. 31. Elsie. 55 years. January 9, 1958, at Grace Hospital. Late of 773 California Ave. Predeceased by her husband Elmer (1950). Dear mother of Edward Colotti, Wyandotte, Mich.; William Nelson, Detroit, Mrs. F. Lalonde (Viola), Windsor, Miss Alleen Nelson at home. Dear sister of William and Albert Reneau, Kingsville. Five grandchildren. Resting at the Anderson Funeral Home, 895 Quellette Ave. Funeral Saturday, January 11 at 2 p.m. Rev. Charles E. Turner officiating. Interment Green Lawn Cemetery.
NELSON, Elsie Jane (nee Reneau-Colotti) - Windsor Star, Friday, January 17, 1958, pg. 38. Card of Thanks. The family of the late Elsie Nelson wish to express their sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy during their recent bereavement in the loss of a loving mother. Special thanks to Reverend Turner and Anderson's Funeral Home.
NELSON, Elsie Jane (nee Reneau-Colotti) - Windsor Star, Friday, January 10, 1958, pg. 8. Mrs. Elmer Nelson. Funeral services for Mrs. Elsie Nelson, 55, of 773 California Ave. will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Anderson Funeral Home, 895 Quellette Ave. Mrs. Nelson died Thursday at Grace Hospital following a lengthy illness. She was a member of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. Her husband Elmer died in 1950. Surviving are two sons, Edward Colotti, Wyandotte, Mich. and William Nelson, of Detroit and daughters, Mrs. F. Lalonde (Viola), Windsor, Miss Alleen Nelson at home; two brothers, William and Albert Reneau, of Kingsville and five grandchildren. Burial will be in Green Lawn Cemetery.
NELSON, Emery - Amherstburg Echo, December 9, 1898. Died December 2, 1898. The people of Gosfield South were painfully shocked on Saturday last on learning of the very sudden death of Emery Nelson. On Tuesday, November 29th, he was suddenly prostrated with quinsy and diphtheria, which caused his death on Friday evening December 2nd. Deceased was a strong and robust man in middle life. He lately built a large barn and he bent his best energies towards its completion. No doubt his death was hastened by exposure. He leaves a widow and one little boy to mourn his loss, likewise a large number of paternal relations.
NELSON, Emery - Windsor Evening Record, December 8, 1898, pg. 4. Died December 2, 1898. Sudden death has visited us again taking this time, Emery Nelson, who died very suddenly at his home on the fourth con., of diphtheria and quinsy combined, on Dec. 2nd. He was at Kingsville on Nov. 29th. The deceased was the eldest son of John Nelson, who survives him. He leaves a wife and one small child to mourn his loss. His family has the heartfelt sympathy of the community.
NELSON, Mary Ellen (Aikens-Couch) - Leamington Post, March 5, 1931, pg. 11. Died February 26, 1931. In Gosfield South, Feb. 26th, Mrs. Emery Nelson, in her 80th year.
NELSON, Mary Ellen (nee Aikens-Couch) - Kingsville Reporter, March 12, 1931, pg. 6. In Gosfield South, on Thursday, March 5, 1931, Mary Atkin, relict of the late Emery Nelson, in the 74th year of her age. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank friends and neighbors generally for kindness extended to us during the illness and at the death of our mother, Mrs. Emery Nelson, who passed away on Thursday last at her home on the Fourth Concession, Gosfield South. We also wish to thank all those at the obsequies. Elmer Nelson. Glen Vincent.
OESCH, John David - Fischers Funeral Services, www.fischersfuneralservices.com (Photo). May 6, 1922 - May 31, 2012 at the age of 90 years. John passed away in the Shuswap Lake General Hospital on May 31, 2012 at the age of 90 years. He was born at Spritwood, SK, moving to Alberta and then BC working as a truck driver and in Golden at Evans Forest Products up to 1982. He met and married Mickey; they both retired and moved to Salmon Arm in 1985. John was an avid hunter and fisherman. He & Mickey enjoyed many camping trips throughout western Canada. His heart was always in Saskatchewan. He enjoyed a good cup of coffee; visiting all the local shops to socialize with all his friends. He is survived by his wife Mickey, brother Walter (Alberta), daughter Faye (Enderby), grandchildren Robert (Creston) Brenda (Airdrie), Blair, (Golden), great grandchildren Katie (Airdrie), Christopher (Airdrie), numerous nieces, nephews and their families. John recently enjoyed a wonderful 90th birthday bar-b-que with family and friends. No funeral service by request. Should friends desire, memorial donations in Johnís name could be made to the Shuswap Lake Hospital Foundation, Box 265, Salmon Arm, BC, V1E 4N3.
ORRANGE, Patricia Ann - London Free Press, Friday July 30, 1999, pg. F8. At home on Thursday July 28, 1999, surrounded by her family, Patricia Ann Orrange, age 44, of Windsor. Loving wife of Larry Wilson. Dear mother of Evan, at home. Cherished daughter of Catherine Orrange, Sarnia. Sister of Robert Orrange and his wife Ann, Sarnia, Ruth Orrange and her husband Keith Hinchcliffe, London, Nancy and her husband Ron Carruthers, London and Christine Orrange, London. Daughter-in-law of Phyllis Wilson, Vancouver. Sister-in-law of Barry Wilson and Leslie Wilson, Vancouver. Aunt of Breanne Orrange, Abbie Hinchcliffe, Katie Carruthers, Phillip Carruthers and Sean and Kyle Wilson. Predeceased by father John Orrange (1968) and brother Edward Orrange (1970). Visitation at the McKenzie & Blundy Funeral Home, 431N., Christina Street, Sarnia 2-4 and 7-9 p.m., where prayers will be offered at 6:45. Funeral Mass at St. Peter's Church, 11 a.m., Saturday. Cremation to follow. Interment of cremated remains in St. Mathew's Cemetery, Alvinston will take place at a later date. As an expression of sympathy, donations to the Breast Cancer Society of Canada, 125 Michigan Ave., Point Edward, ON, N7V 1P2.
PAJOT, Anna (nee Villers dit St. Louis) - The Windsor Evening Record, Tuesday, February 7, 1911, pg. 7. Mrs. Anna Pajot Dead. Mrs. Anna Pajot, widow of Patrick Pajot, up to a short time ago a resident of Windsor, died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Janisse, 361 Hibbard street, Detroit. Three sons, William, Thomas and James and four daughters, Mrs. Eli Janisse, Miss Frances, Mary and Jammie Pajot survive her. The funeral services will be from 361 Hibbard street to St. Alphonsus' church, Windsor, at 10 o'clock Tuesday; burial in St. Alphonsus' cemetery.
PAJOT, Anna (nee Villers dit St. Louis) - The Evening Record, Monday, February 6, 1911, pg. 1. Pajot. Feb. 4th, Anna, widow of the late Patrick Pajot and beloved mother of Mrs. Eli Janisse and William and Tom of Windsor; Frances, Mary, Jennie and James. Funeral Tuesday morning from residence 361 Hibbard avenue, to St. Alphonsus' church, Windsor, at 10 a.m.
POLLOCK, Harry Edward - Leamington Post, April 15, 1987, pg. 10. Harry Edward, 63 years, 386 Hillside avenue, Wheatley, Friday, April 10, 1987, at his residence. Beloved husband of Lorraine; dear father of Wray and his wife Chrystal, Tilbury; dear brother of Fenton (Duke) Pollock, Essex; dear grandfather of Ryan; dear uncle of Joy Stoull, Burlington. Predeceased by 2 sisters, Faye Fox and Vera Pollock. Rested at Reid funeral home, 14 Russell street, Leamington. Funeral service Monday, April 13, 1 p.m., Rev. Peter Townshend officiating. Interment Evergreen Cemetery, Leamington. Royal Canadian Legion Branch 324, Wheatley, service Sunday, 7 p.m. Memorial donations may be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation or Canadian Cancer Society.
POLLOCK, Harry Edward - Leamington Post, April 15, 1987, pg. 3. Harry Pollock passes at home. Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon for Harry Edward Pollock, of 386 Hillside avenue, Wheatley, who died at his residence Friday. He was 63. Born in Essex, Mr. Pollock had resided in the Leamington area for many years. He was manager of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario branch in Leamington and previously held a similar position at Wheatley. He was a Veteran of World War 2 and a member of Branch 324, Royal Canadian Legion, Wheatley. Surviving are his wife, Lorraine; a son, Wray, of Tilbury; a brother, Fenton (Duke) Pollock, of Essex and one grandson. He was predeceased by two sisters, Faye Fox and Vera Pollock. Rev. Peter Townshend officiated for the last rites at the Reid funeral home, Leamington, with interment in Evergreen Memorial cemetery.
POLLOCK, Harry Edward - Leamington Post, April 29, 1987, pg. 7. Died April 10, 1987. Cards of Thanks. The family of the late Harry Pollock wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to relatives, friends and neighbors for their love, sympathy, kindness, floral arrangements and charitable donations during the recent loss of a loving husband, father and grandfather. Perhaps you sent a lovely card. Or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent a funeral spray. If so, we saw it there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words, as any friend could say. Perhaps you were not here at all. Just thought of us that day. Whatever you did to console our hearts, we thank you so much, whatever the part. Special thanks to Nelson and June Rutt who answered my cry of help, also to Dr. Eaton. Thanks to the royal Canadian Legion Branch 324 for the service, Rev. Penny and the pallbearers, the Ladies Auxiliary Branch 324 for the lovely lunch, Rev. Townshend and the staff at the Reid Funeral Home. Lorraine Pollock and family.
POLLOCK, Lorraine (nee Hodges) - Leamington Post, July 20, 1988, pg. 2. Mrs. Pollock Dies in Hospital. Mrs. Lorraine Pollock, of 386 Hillside Drive, Wheatley, died Monday at Leamington District Memorial Hospital. She was 58. Born in Tecumseh, Mrs. Pollock had resided in Wheatley for a number of years. She was a member of the ladies auxiliary to Branch 324, Royal Canadian Legion, Wheatley and a life member of the auxiliary's Ontario Provincial Command. Her husband, Harry Pollock, died in 1987. Surviving are a son, Wray, of Tilbury; four sisters, Mrs. Doug Stevenson (Helen) and Mrs. Syd Ringwood (Rose Marie), both of Petrolia; Mrs. Dorothy Herbert, of Sarnia; Mrs. Murray Doan (Geraldine), of Essex; three brothers, Eugene Hodges, of Sarnia; Leonard Hodges, of Essex, Ronald Hodges, of Coatsworth and one grandson. She was predeceased by a brother, William, in 1976 and a sister, Kay Gray, in 1983. Resting at the Reid funeral home, Leamington. Funeral service Wednesday, July 20, 1 p.m., Rev. Pamela Ross officiating. Interment in Evergreen Memorial cemetery. Legion ladies auxiliary service Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
POOLE, Dorothy Carmon (nee Beck) - Calgary Herald, Saturday, December 1, 2012, pg. B7. (Photo). March 28, 1924 - November 28, 2012. Dorothy Carmon Poole, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother of Calgary, passed quietly into the presence of our Lord on November 28, 2012 at the age of 88 years. Dorothy was born on March 28, 1924 in Cudworth, SK. She grew up on a small farm in the Cudworth area. She married Don, son of Herbert and Victoria Poole, on May 4, 1944. In 1951, they moved to Edmonton, AB where in addition to raising her four children, Dorothy attended the University of Alberta and obtained her Education Degree. Dorothy then taught in the Edmonton public school system until 1985. After retiring from teaching, Dorothy and Donald travelled across North America by motorhome and also to other places around the globe. They moved to Calgary in 1992 to be closer to their children and grandchildren. Dorothy then spent a number of years devoted to caring for her husband until his passing in 1996. In her last years, Dorothy remained active and independent and enjoyed spending time with friends and family. She was a particularly skilled bridge player and will be missed at the card table by many. She is survived by her four children, son Wayne Donald Poole and daughters, Carole Mitchell, Judy Poole and Darra-Lee Poole; ten grandchildren, Katherine, Jennifer, Erin, Gillian, Michael, Christopher, Laura, Holly, Olivia and Vanessa; and six great-grandchildren, Isabella, Jaxon, Dylan, Meghan, Sebastian, and Avalon. She also leaves behind her sister Audrey Liden and numerous nephews and nieces. She was predeceased by her loving husband of fifty- two years Walter Donald "Don" (1996), her parents Charles and Ethel Beck and brother Lyall Beck. A Celebration of Dorothy's Life will be held at McINNIS & HOLLOWAY'S Fish Creek Chapel (14441 Bannister Road S.E.) on Monday, December 3, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. A Private Family Graveside Service will be held. Forward condolences through www.mcinnisandholloway.com. In living memory of Dorothy Poole, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park.
POOLE, Walter Donald "Don" - Calgary Herald, Wednesday, December 11, 1996, F15. (Photo). Mr. Walter Donald (Don) Poole, beloved husband of Mrs. Dorothy Carmon Poole (nee Beck) of Calgary, passed away at the Foothills Hospital on December 9, 1996 at the age of 74 years. Besides his loving wife of fifty-two years he leaves to mourn a son and daughter-in-law, Wayne and Diana of Calgary; three daughters and two sons-in-law, Carole and Barry Mitchell of West Vancouver, Judith Ludwig of Calgary and Darra-Lee and Kenward Clark of Victoria. He also loved and leaves to mourn ten grandchildren: Katherine, Jennifer and Michael Poole; Laura and Holly Mitchell; Erin, Gillian and Christopher Ludwig; Olivia and Vanessa Clark; a sister, Evelyn Eden of Riverside, California; a sister-in-law, Audrey Mamchur; a brother-in-law and his wife, Lyle and Bertha Beck and numerous nieces and nephews. Don was born in Cudworth, Saskatchewan on April 12, 1922, the son of Herbert Christopher Poole of Bellfountain, Oregon and Victoria Ann Kohn, originally from Luxemburg. Don had many fond memories of growing up on his parent's Saskatchewan farm. He took a keen interest in track and field and won awards at both district and provincial levels. He attended the U of S in 1941-42, enlisting in the R.C.A.F. as a aeronautical mechanic and flight engineer from 1942 to 1946. Don spent most of his life in the construction industry acting in the capacity as supervisor, general manager, designer, estimator and eventually president and general manager of his own company. He also acted as Alberta Group Manager for Seaboard Life Insurance and Fidelity Life Insurance for awhile. He also taught at NAIT Technical School in the construction industry department. The last six years before becoming legally blind, he worked for the city of Edmonton as industrial building code inspector. His community involvement included member of the Edmonton Building Exchange, Scout Master for nine and a half years, Board Member of Steward, Central United Church, United Commercial Travelers of America executive board for sixteen years, served on both the executive boards of Queen Mary Park Community Leagues. He was a member of the Board of Directors for the following companies: Du-al Blocks Ltd., Sidon Development Ltd. and Bernadette Holdings Ltd. Don will be sadly missed by his friends and loving family.
REID, Rosella Clayton (nee Broome-Adams) - London Free Press, Tuesday, October 18, 1977, pg. B9. At Seafoth Community Hospital, Sunday, October 16th, 1977, Rosella (Broome) Reid. Beloved wife of John L. Reid, RR3, Seaforth in her 88th year. Dear sister of Mrs. Wesley (Alice) Agar, Seaforth; Mrs. Irwin (Ann) Agar, Sarnia; Mrs. Herbert (Violet) Tratnell, Seaforth; Mrs. Russell (Betty) Anderson, Sarnia. Resting at the R. S. Box Funeral Home, 47 High Street, Seaforth where service will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. with Reverend Robert Roberts officiating. Interment Maitlandbank Cemetery, Seaforth.
RINGWOOD, Sidney Ross "Sid" - The Observer, Saturday, September 2, 2006. Sunday, August 12, 1928 - Friday, September 01, 2006. Obituary and Life History. At Bluewater Health C.E.E. Site, Petrolia on Friday, September 1, 2006. Sid Ringwood, 78 years, of Petrolia. Loving husband to the late Rose Ringwood (nee Hodges) (2000). Will be missed by his children Diane and Manley Sheppard of London, Viola and Leonard Smith of London, Gloria and Mark (Stan) Grant of Croton, Mark and Brenda Ringwood of Sarnia, and Ross and Karen Ringwood of Petrolia, his grandchildren Nicole, Angela, Tabitha, Jeremy, Blake, Damion, Victoria, William, Heather, Nicholas and Jeff, and five great grandchildren. Will also be missed by sisters, Amy Bell of Petrolia, Gladys Carr of Peterborough, Audrey Spinks of Sarnia and Edna Smale of Ottawa. Predeceased by a brother John Rinwood and sisters, Irene Kimmerly and May Pearce. Visitors will be received on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the NEEDHAM-JAY FUNERAL HOME, Petrolia where the funeral service will be held on Wednesday, September 6, 2006 at 10:30 a.m. with Allan McKeown as celebrant. Interment in Hillsdale Cemetery, Petrolia. As expressions of sympathy, memorial donations may be made by cheque to the C.E.E. Hospital Foundation or Canadian Diabetes Association. Memories and condolences may left on-line at www.needhamjay.com. Visitation. Date and Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM and 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM on Tuesday, September 05, 2006. Location: Needham-Jay Funeral Home. Funeral Details. Date and Time: Wednesday, September 06, 2006 at 10:30 AM. Location: Needham-Jay Funeral Home.
RITTENHOUSE, David Edward - Kamloops Daily News, April 18, 1990, p. A12. On April 15, 1990, Mr. David Edward Rittenhouse, of Kamloops, B.C. passed away. He is survived by his loving wife, Eleanore. Dear father of David John, Joseph, Steven and Philip and Christine Marie Buckmaster, all of California and Dr. Robert G. Rittenhouse of Boca Raton, Florida. He also leaves to cherish his memory five grandsons and three granddaughters, his brother George Rittenhouse of Windsor, Ontario, his sister Alice Vachon also of Windsor, Mary Page Fortune of Huntington Woods, Michigan and Ruth Nickerson of Calgary and numerous nieces and nephews. David was a veteran of WW2 serving with the American Forces, 15th, Infantry. He fought in 5 invasions in the European Theatre and was awarded the Croix de Guerre, the Croix de Guerre with Palm and the Congressional Medal of Honour along with other medals. David was a pioneer in the computer science field. He was an active 4th degree member of the Knights of Columbus since 1962. Prayers will be recited in the Schoening Funeral Chapel on Wednesday, April 18, 1990 at 7 :00 P.M. Father A. Rodriguez will celebrate the Mass of Christian Burial in Holy Family Parish on Thursday, April 19, 1990 at 11:00 A.M. Cremation to follow. If friends desire, donations may be made to the Heart Foundation, Box 453, Kamloops, B.C., V2C 5L2 in memory of David. Schoening Funeral Service in care of arrangements.
SCRATCH, Edgerton Ryerson - Kingsville Reporter, Thursday, March 3, 1927, pg. 4. Died February 28, 1927. (Photo). After only being a couple of weeks confined to his bed, Edgerton R. Scratch, one of the pioneers of Gosfield, passed away at his home on Monday morning last. If he had lived until next July, he would have been 93 years of age. Mr. Scratch was born July 31st., 1834 on the Scratch homestead on the lake. During his boyhood he attended school, Col. King, father of the late Dr. King, being his teacher. When he launched out on his own account he received a 120 acres on the north part of the homestead property, which was entirely forest. He located on this farm in May 18?4 and built a log house where the present brick house now stands near the P.M. ??????????? in marriage with Jane Cowan. Mr. and Mrs. Scratch never had any children of their own. Both were active in church work. In April, 1913, Mrs. Scratch passed away, after being a helpless invalid for some years. During this time she was tenderly cared for by her adopted daughter, Lavena, who had been in the home since she was a child. A few years later, Lavena, married John C. Staddon, who has since carried on the farming operations at the Scratch homestead. Mr. Scratch had been resting quietly at his home, being now in rather poor health. During his life-time he had had several severe attacks of illness; had been operated on several times and at one time was thought to be near death. The effects of these various attacks weakened his resistance to disease and he began to decline in health. He was up and around the house however, until a few weeks before his death, when he was obliged to take to his bed. No man in this district has ever exercised a widespread influence for Christianity as did the late Mr. Scratch up until some 20 years ago. He was a Methodist local preacher and for weeks at a time would carry on special revival services at various points in the county with most wonderful results. He always preached a simple gospel message with telling effect and hundreds of people in South Essex owe their conversion and subsequent Christian lives to his earnest and persuasive appeals. He would conduct his farm work in the day time and at night hitch up to a buggy or go on horseback to different points in the county, held his meeting and return home. This he would keep up for weeks at a time. In his prime his zeal and enthusiasm in the cause of his Lord and Master knew no bounds. He was a trustee and a class leader in the Methodist Church up until the time he was laid through the infirmities of age. He had been a magistrate for many years and was well versed in all matters pertaining to his office. He took a keen interest in all the questions of the day and was a great reader????????????he was unable to follow home and foreign affairs. He was township collector for many years. As one of the "old school" Liberals, he was always keenly interested in the political questions of the day. He was one of the most outstanding characters this county has ever known and any move he ever made was always calculated to benefit his neighbors and the community at large. The funeral took place yesterday, services being conducted by Rev. J. A. Agnew of Epworth United Church; interment being made beside his wife in Greenhill cemetery. The following acted as pallbearers; Sherman Scratch, Egerton C. Scratch, Geo. Hardy, Kingsville; Messrs Harrison and Ellen Scratch of Leamington and Melvin Bostwick, Windsor. As each goes up from the fields of earth, Pearing the treasures of life, God looks for some gathered grain of good. From the ripe harvest that shining stood, But waiting the reaper's knife. Let us labor well that in death we go Not only with blossoms sweet, Not here with doubt and burdened with fears, And dead dry husks of the wasted years, But laden with golden wheat.
SCRATCH, Jane (nee Cowan) - Kingsville Reporter, May 8, 1913, pg. 4. Died May 2, 1913. The Passing of Mrs. E. R. Scratch. After being confined to the house for upwards of thirteen years, Mrs. Egerton R. Scratch, passed peacefully away on Friday last, in the seventy-ninth year of her age. Deceased was the oldest member of her father's family of seven children and was the last surviving. Fifty-nine years ago the 20th of this month Mr. and Mrs. Scratch were united in marriage and settled on the farm where they have resided ever since. The farm was all forest then excepting three acres. Deceased was an active member of the Methodist church, having been converted under the preaching of Rev. James Whiting some sixty years ago, who was then stationed on the Gosfield circuit. She was one of the first members of the Methodist Ladies' Aid in Kingsville and in the early days was one of its most active workers. She also held a life membership in Kingsville branch women's Missionary Society. Some thirteen years ago she was taken with rheumatism, which crippled her so badly that she became an invalid. She was a patient suffer and through all the years of enforced confinement she received every care and attention that could be bestowed upon her by her devoted daughter, Miss Vena, whom together with her husband, she leaves to mourn. The funeral was held on Monday afternoon, services being conducted at the house by the Rev. Mr. Martin, interment in Greenhill cemetery. The pallbearers were six nephews of deceased. The following persons, relatives of deceased, from a distance attended the funeral: Mr. Samuel Cowen and daughter, Miss Ella, of Chatham, Mr. and Mrs. Pate and Miss Davey, of Detroit, Mrs. C. Mann and Miss Mann, Leamington, Mr. Geo. Reid and wife, Blytheswood, Mr. and Mrs. White and Wm. Scott, Leamington, Mr. Vanburen Orton and his mother, Mersea, Mr. and Mrs. Egerton Scratch and Mrs. Ann Scratch, Leamington and Mrs. Bostwick, Coatsworth. Mr. Scratch and daughter desire to thank friends and neighbors generally for their kindness to Mrs. Scratch through all the years of her illness and for their kindly ministrations at her death and burial.
SPANKS, Kathleen Marjorie (nee Hall) - Wife, mother, sister, aunt and grandmother. To those of us who have had the good fortune to know her, she was all of the above and more. She would give you all the help you needed and more. However she had no patience for people that would shirk their duty. She loved a good argument and really hated to lose which she very seldom did. Her garden was her pride and joy, she loved to knit up a storm and her family all have beautiful handmade quilts that she made for each of them. Although she is gone, she will never be forgotten and has most certainly left a lasting impression on all who knew her. Kathleen Marjorie was born in Saskatchewan March 15, 1921. She passed away peacefully at Enderby B.C. May 6th 2001. She leaves behind her only child Faye (Russ) Wellington. Three grandchildren Robert Hynes, Brenda (Ernie) Kotchar and Blair Wellington. Two great-grandchildren Kathleen and Christopher Kotchar. One sister Eleanor (Leona) Utri, one brother Gordon and several nieces and nephews. Kathleen (Marjorie) was cremated and at her request there was no service held.
SPANKS, Mary Agnes (nee Manary) - Vancouver Sun, Friday, February 24, 1967, pg. 37. Spanks. Mary Agnes of Revelstoke, B.C. in Vancouver General Hospital, on February 22, 1967. Survived by her husband George; 1 son George, Burnaby; 1 daughter Mrs. G. MacPherson, (Barbara), Kitimat; 2 sisters Mrs. L. Faulkner, Richmond, Mrs. F. Hogarth, Onanole, Manitoba. Memorial service Saturday, February 25, at 2 p.m. in First Memorial Chapel, Delbrook and Evergreen, North Vancouver. Rev. Gordon McLaren officiating. Cremation. Flowers gratefully declined. Arrangements through the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services Ltd.
SPRAGUE, Irene (nee Couch) - Windsor Star, March 1, 2000. 67 years on February 29, 2000 at Windsor Regional Hospital Metropolitan Campus, after a brief and courageous battle with cancer. Loving mother and best friend of Lenora "Lennie" Sprague and Sarah and husband Dan Simone, all of Amherstburg. Loving daughter of the late Annie Couch (1946). Also chosen daughter of the late Alice and Ernie Cadarette. Chosen sister of Ron and Pat Cadarette, Alice and Gene Chikaz, Jo-Ann and Larry Jones, Ernie Cadarette and friend Gloria, Marcella Dufour and friend Jim. Also survived by many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and many, many friends. Irene worked at Boblo Island, Stedman's Reflex and owned and operated Specks Restaurant for 30 years. She was also a dedicated Alumni of Brentwood and a loyal member of St. John the Baptist Parish. Friends may call at the James H. Sutton Funeral Home, 401 Sandwich St. South, Amherstburg on Wednesday from 7-9pm and Thursday 2-5pm and 7-9pm. Funeral March 3, 2000 at 9:30am to St. John the Baptist Church for Funeral Mass at 10:00am. Interment St. John the Baptist Cemetery. In kindness, memorial tributes to the Windsor Regional Cancer Centre, St. John the Baptist Improvement Fund or the Brentwood Recovery Home would be greatly appreciated. Parish prayers Thursday 7:30pm.
STADDON, John Charles - Windsor Star, April 24, 2002. (Daimler Chrysler employee), at Windsor, Ontario April 22, 2002. Age 49 years. Dear friend of Diane Wilson. Beloved son of Robert J. and Gladys Staddon, Kingsville. Dear brother of Xena and John Bellfield, of England; Robert R. Staddon of LaSalle; Pat and Ron Coleman of Toronto; Vic and Marilyn Staddon and Wesley Staddon, all of Kingsville. Dear uncle of Julie and Rachel; Sydney and Savannah Staddon and Justin and wife Alicia Youngston. Also survived by many cousins. Cremation has taken place in Windsor, Ontario. A memorial Funeral Service will be held from the C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home, 91 Division St. S. Kingsville, on Friday, April 26th at 11 a.m. Rev. Colin Swan officiating. If desired, donations to the Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.
STADDON, John Charles - Windsor Star, October 28, 1967, pg. 6A. Died October 27, 1967. John, 80, of Gosfield South Township, died at Leamington District Memorial Hospital Friday. Mr. Staddon was born in Colchester South Township and lived in Gosfield South for the past 50 years. He was a member of Epworth United Church, Kingsville. Surviving are his wife, Lavena; son, Robert, Gosfield South; daughter, Mrs. David (Eleanor) Rittenhouse, Huntington Woods, Mich.; 12 grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. S. (Laura) Balkwill, Windsor, Mrs. William (Jane) Kennedy, Montevillen and Mrs. Leslie (Mabel) Hodgkins, Gosfield South; brothers, Clarence of Windsor, Arthur of Rochester Township and Howard of Eagle. Service at the Dodson and Habkirk Funeral Home, Division St. N., Kingsville, Sunday at 2 p.m., with Rev. D. Bruce Suitor officiating. Burial Greenhill Cemetery.
STADDON, John Charles - The Windsor Star, October 28, 1967, pg. 120. John C., 80 years, October 27, 1967 suddenly at Leamington Hospital, late residence #18 Highway W., Gosfield South Township. Beloved husband of Lavena. Dear father of Robert, Gosfield South Township; Mrs. David (Eleanor) Rittenhouse, Huntington Woods, Mich. 12 grandchildren. Brother of Clarence, Windsor; Mrs. S. (Laura) Balkwill, Windsor; Mrs. William (Jane) Kennedy, Monetteville; Mrs. Leslie (Mabel) Hodgkins, Gosfield South Township; Arthur, Rochester Township; Howard, Eagle, Ont. Resting at the Dodson and Habkirk Funeral Home, Division St. N., Kingsville, Ont., where funeral service will be held Sunday, Oct. 29 at 2 p.m., EST., Rev. D. Bruce Suitor officiating. Interment Greenhill Cemetery, Kingsville.
STADDON, John Charles - Leamington Post, November 2, 1967, pg. 18. Died October 27, 1967. John Staddon passes at 80. Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon for John Staddon, of Gosfield South Township, who died in Leamington District Memorial Hospital on Friday. He was 80. Born in Colchester South Township, Mr. Staddon had lived in Gosfield South for the past 50 years. He was a member of the Epworth United Church, Kingsville. Surviving are his wife, Lavena; a son, Robert, of Gosfield South; a daughter, Mrs. David Rittenhouse (Eleanor), of Huntington Woods, Mich.; three sisters, Mrs. S. Balkwill (Laura), of Windsor; Mrs. William Kennedy (Jane), of Montevillen; Mrs. Leslie Hodgkins (Mabel), of Gosfield South; three brothers, Arthur, of Rochester Township; Clarence, of Windsor; Howard, of Eagle. Rev. Bruce Suitor officiated for the last rites at the Dodson and Habkirk funeral home, Kingsville, with interment in Greenhill cemetery.
STADDON, Lavena Adeline "Vena" (nee Couch-Scratch) - Windsor Star, March 25, 1974, pg. 31. Lavena (Vena), 88 years, March 23, 1974 at Windsor Western Unit, I.O.D.E. Hospital. Late residence 18 Highway, Gosfield South Township, widow of the late John C. Staddon (1967). Dear mother of Robert, Gosfield South Township; (Eleanor) Mrs. David Rittenhouse, California. 12 grandchildren. Resting at the Dodson Habkirk Funeral Home, 124 Division St. N., Kingsville where services will be held Wednesday, March 27 at 1 p.m. Rev. James Forsythe officiating. Interment Greenhill Cemetery, Kingsville. Notes: Lavena Adeline Couch was adopted after her father died. Her biological parents were William John Couch and Mary Ellen Aikens and her adoptive parents were Edgerton Ryerson Scratch and Jane Cowan.
STADDON, Robert John "Bob" - Windsor Star, October 10, 2003. September 26, 1919 to October 8, 2003, 84 years. Passed away at Leamington Nursing Home. Beloved husband of 52 years to Gladys (nee Malley). Brother of Eleanor Rittenhouse, Kamloops, B.C. Dear father of Xena and Jon Bellfield, England; John C. (deceased 2002). Robert R. of LaSalle; Patricia and Ron Coleman of Toronto; Victor A. and Marilyn of Kingsville, Wesley A. of Kingsville. Grandfather of Justin and Alicia, Julie, Rachel, Sydney, Savannah and great grandfather of Isabelle. Also survived by many cousins, nieces and nephews. Bob was a 5 year W. W. II Veteran with the Canadian Forestry Corp. and a life long farmer and businessman. Resting at the C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home, 91 Division St. S., Kingsville from 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Friday. Funeral Service from the Funeral Home on Saturday, October 11th at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Colin Swan officiating. Interment in Greenhill Cemetery, Kingsville. If desired, donations to the Parkinson Foundation would be appreciated.
STADDON, Wesley Andrew - Windsor Star, April 21, 2006. In Kingsville, Ontario on Wednesday, April 19, 2006, age 40 years. Dear son of Gladys and the late Robert (Bob) Staddon (2003). Brother of Xena and Jon Bellfield, England; the late John C. Staddon (2002); Robert R., Tilbury; Patricia and Ron Coleman, Toronto; and Victor and Marilyn of Kingsville. Cremation has taken place in Windsor. Friends will be received at the C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home, 91 Division St. S., Kingsville on Sunday, April 23rd from 2-4 p.m. A private interment of his ashes will follow at a later date. If desired, donations to a charity of your choice would be appreciated.
TETZLAFF, Edward Max - Windsor Star, May 20, 1988. Ed Tetzlaff laid to rest. Edward Max Tetzlaff, 89 years, late of Harrow, passed away Wednesday, May 18, 1988. A retired farmer, Mr. Tetzlaff was born in Detroit and was a member of the Harrow United Church. Beloved husband of Fern Ellen. Dear brother of Norman and Carl, of Leamington. Predeceased by Ray, Leamington; Arthur, Staples; and William, Blytheswood. Predeceased by sisters, (Elsie) Mrs. William Davis, Essex; (Mabel) Mrs. George Tofflemire, Harrow and (Gertrude) Mrs. Paul Temple, Detroit. Survived by many nieces and nephews. The funeral was held from the Gerald A. Smith Funeral Home on Saturday with Rev. John Brown officiating. Interment was made in Iler Cemetery.
TETZLAFF, Edward Max - Edward. 89 Years. May 18, 1988. Late of Harrow. Beloved husband of Fern. Dear brother of Carl and Norman Tetzlaff of Leamington. Pre-deceased by his brothers, Ray, Arthur, William and sisters, Mrs. William Davis (Elsie), Mrs. George Tofflemire (Mabel), Mrs. Paul Temple (Gertrude). Survived by several nieces and nephews. Resting at Gerald A. Smith Funeral Home 197 King St. West, Harrow. Funeral Sat. May 21, 1988 at 11:00 a.m. Rev. John Brown officiating. Interment Iler Cemetery. Memorial Tributes may be given to the charity of your choice. Visiting after 2 p.m. Friday.
TETZLAFF, Ellen Fern (nee Mortimore) - Windsor Star, October 1, 1999. 93 years, September 30, 1999. Late of Essex. Formerly of Harrow. Predeceased by her husband Edward Tetzlaff (1998). Survived by several nieces and nephews and cousins. Resting at Gerald smith Funeral Home, 197 King St., Harrow. Visiting Friday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Saturday, October 2, 1999 at 2 p.m. from the funeral home with Rev. Bob McMullen officiating. Interment at Iler Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the charity of your choice.
TURNER, Barrie Allan - London Free Press, Saturday, May 3, 2008, pg. B9. At Seaforth Community Hospital on Thursday, May 1, 2008, Mr. Barrie Allan Turner of Blyth in his 67th year. Beloved father of Richard Turner and his wife Joanne of Goderich and Victoria Turner of Palmerston. Loving grandfather of Ben and Becky Turner. Dear brother of Ken and his wife June of Strathroy, Shirley Mann of Forest and Lynn Turner of London. Predeceased by his parents Robert and Isobel Turner, his brother Ted Turner and his sister Lois Turner. Also missed by several nieces and nephews. At Barrie's request, cremation has taken place. Interment of ashes at Ball's Cemetery, Auburn. Memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy. Funeral arrangements entrusted to the Falconer Funeral Homes Ltd. "Bluewater Chapel" , 201 Suncoast Dr. E., Goderich, Ontario N7A 4H8 (519-524-1221).
TURNER, Clarence Edward - Clinton News Record, Thursday, August 6, 1953, pg. 3. C. Edward (Ted) Turner (By our Auburn Correspondent). The community of Auburn was shocked and saddened to learn of the passing of C. Edward (Ted) Turner who passed away in Alexandra Marine and General Hospital, Goderich, early Sunday morning following a few days illness. "Ted", who was in his 21st. year was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner. He had attended Auburn Public School and Goderich Collegiate Institute. He had been employed as draftsman with the Good Roads Machinery Company, Goderich. He was a member of Knox United Church and of the Orange Lodge. Surviving besides his parents are two brothers, Kenneth and Barry and one sister, Shirley, all at home. The funeral was held from the family residence on Tuesday afternoon, August 3, and was conducted by Rev. H. J. Snell, Exeter, who spoke words of comfort to the bereaved ones. Interment was made in Ball's Cemetery.
TURNER, Clarence Edward - Goderich Signal Star, Thursday, August 6, 1953, pg. 9. Clarence Turner, 20, who died Sunday in Alexandra Marine and General Hospital, was born at Exeter and came to Auburn with his parents when a child. He had been employed as a draftsman here with the Dominion Road Machinery Company Limited. He was a member of the Auburn United Church and of the Orange Lodge. Surviving besides his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner, Auburn, are two brothers, Kenneth and Barry and one sister, Shirley, all at home. The remains rested at the family home, where funeral services were conducted Tuesday, at 2:30 p.m. and interment made in Ball's cemetery.
TURNER, Isobel Grace (nee McWhinney) - London Free Press, Wednesday, August 20, 2003, pg. B7. At Huronview Home for the Aged in Clinton on Tuesday August 19, 2003. The late Isobel Grace Turner (nee McWhinney) of Clinton and formerly of Auburn and Goderich in her 91st year. Loving wife of the late Robert Turner. Beloved mother of Ken Turner and wife June of Strathroy, Shirley Mann and husband Leonard of R.R. #2, Forest, Barrie Turner of Blyth, and Sherry Lynn Turner of Goderich. Sadly missed by her ten grandchildren, eleven great grandchildren, and one great-great grandchild. Fondly remembered by Wayne Allin of Goderich. Predeceased by her daughter Lois Bernice Turner and son Clarence Edward (Ted) Turner, her brothers Roy McWhinney, and Richard (Dick) McWhinney, and by her sister Mary Harman. Friends will be received at Falconer Funeral Homes Ltd. Bluewater Chapel, 201 Suncoast Drive East, Goderich on Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A funeral service will be held in the chapel on Thursday August 21, 2003 at one o'clock. Interment in Ball's Cemetery, Auburn. As an expression of sympathy, donations to the Auburn United Church, Huronview Home for the Aged, or the Alexandra Marine & General Hospital Foundation would be appreciated.
TURNER, John Thomas - Clinton News Record, Thursday, November 7, 1946, pg. 4. John Thomas Turner. A large crowd attended the funeral of John Thomas Turner in Wesley-Willis United Church, November 4. A private service at the home preceded the service. Rev. Andrew Lane officiated and interment took place in Bayfield Cemetery. Pallbearers were Norman Holland, William Sterling, Jay Holmes, John Campbell, Ernest Brown and Harry Watkins. Flower bearers were eight nephews, Anson, Harvey and Lorne Coleman, Elmer, Ralph and Wilmer Turner, James McNaughton and Harvey Keyes. Mr. Turner, in his 75th year, passed away very suddenly at his residence, Rattenbury St. W., on Friday night, November 1, 1946. Although not enjoying the best of health for sometime, his passing was indeed a shock to his family and friends. That day he had been out of doors as usual chatting with some of his neighbors. Of Irish parentage, Mr. Turner was born on March 10, 1872, at Lot 6, Parr Line, Stanley Township, the oldest of eight children of the late James Turner and Margaret Jane Webster. In occupation he was a farmer and also a widely known horseman. He farmed in his native Township until 1920 when he moved to Lots 21 and 22, Goderich Township, adjoining the Town of Clinton and later moved into the town. In religion he was a Presbyterian, later United and was identified with Wesley-Willis United Church. In politics he was a staunch Conservative. On June 1, 1904, he married Rebecca Sherritt who survives as well as five daughters and four sons - Louise, Mrs. Archie Robinson, Auburn; Annie, Mrs. Edgar Allen, Brucefield; Mary, Mrs. Norman Griffiths, Niagara Falls, Ont.; Katherine, Mrs. Drew Fowler, Minehead, England; Shirley, Mrs. John Duckworth, Goderich; Robert, Auburn; James and Thomas both of Clinton and Ivan, teacher at Washington, Ont. There are 13 grandchildren. Also surviving are one sister, Mrs. Ben Keyes, Varna and one brother, James Harvey, on the homestead in Stanley Township.
TURNER, John Thomas - Clinton News Record, Thursday, November 7, 1946, pg. 5. Suddenly, at his late residence, Rattenbury St. W., Clinton, on Friday, November 1, 1946, John Thomas Turner, in his 75th year. Funeral from Wesley-Willis United Church, Clinton, on Monday, Nov. 4, 1946, to Bayfield Cemetery.
TURNER, Lois Bernice - Clinton News Record, Thursday, March 3, 1932, pg. 1. Little Child Called. On Friday last the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner passed away after a few days' illness. The little one, was just over a year old and had never been ill before, took a little cold during the week and in spite of care and medical treatment, it developed into pneumonia and death came on Friday. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon from the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Turner, Huron street, the Rev. D. E. Foster of Wesley-Willis church officiating. The pallbearers were David Harman, Roy McWhinney, Ernest Brown and Harry Watkins. Interment was made in the Turner plot in Bayfield cemetery.
TURNER, Lois Bernice - Clinton News Record, Thursday, March 3, 1932, pg. 5. Card of Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner wish to express their sincere thanks to all neighbors and friends for the kindness and sympathy extended to them in their recent severe bereavement, the death of their little daughter, to those who sent flowers, loaned cars for the funeral and for all kindly and thoughtful acts of kindness.
TURNER, Lois Bernice - Clinton News Record, Thursday, March 3, 1932, pg. 5. In Clinton on Feb. 26th, Lois Bernice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner, aged 1 year and 13 days.
TURNER, Rebecca (nee Sherritt) - London Free Press, Monday, January 31, 1966, pg. 4. Turner, Mrs. Rebecca, 82, of Clinton. At home of daughter Mrs. John Duckworth, Goderich, yesterday. Former Rebecca Sherritt. Widow of John T. Turner. Survivors; Sons Robert, Auburn; James, Thomas, both of Clinton; daughters, Mrs. Edgar (Annie) Allan, Brucefield; Mrs. Norman (Mary) Griffiths, Niagara Falls; Mrs. Drew (Katherine) Fowler, London; Mrs. John (Shirley) Duckworth, Goderich; brother, Thomas Sherritt, Hensall; sisters, Mrs. Louise Spaulding, Florida; Mrs. D. H. (Dora) Burley, Almot, Mich.; Mrs. Leslie (Norma) Caldwell, London. Service, 2 p.m., tomorrow Beattie funeral home, Clinton. Burial, Bayfield cemetery.
TURNER, Robert Borden - London Free Press, Tuesday, November 29, 1983, pg. C8. In the Alexandra Marine & General Hospital, Goderich, Ontario, on Monday November 28, 1983, Robert Borden Turner, of Goderich and formerly of Auburn Ontario, in his 76th year. Beloved husband of the former Isobel McWhinney. Dear father of Kenneth of Strathroy, Shirley (Mrs. Leonard Mann) of Strathroy, Lynn (Mrs. Wayne Allin) of Goderich, Barry of British Columbia. Also survived by 9 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Dear brother of James Turner of Clinton, Mrs. Shirley Duckworth of Goderich, Mrs. Katherine Fowler of London, Mrs. Mary Griffiths of Niagara Falls, Mrs. Annie Allen of Seaforth. Predeceased by 2 brothers and one sister. Resting at the Tasker Funeral Home, Blythe Ontario where the complete funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 2 PM. Interment Ball's Cemetery, Hullet Township. Notes: Robert Hall was adopted after his mother died. His biological parents were William James Hall and Mary Lavina Couch and his adoptive parents were John Thomas Turner and Rebecca Sherritt.
TWIGGER, Alice Winnifred (nee Moore) - Daily Times Journal, Thursday, March 10, 1921. Mrs. Nelson Twigger. The funeral of the late Mrs. Twigger, wife of Nelson Twigger, pioneer resident of Slate River Valley who died on March 8, 1921 was held at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon from the Henderson and company undertaking parlors, south May street, to Mountain View cemetery. Rev. William Griffith, of St. Thomas church, Murillo, conducted the service.
TWIGGER, Celina H. (nee Bailey) - Sudbury Star, Wednesday, May 14, 1919, pg. 8. Died May 13, 1919. Following a paralytic stroke on Monday evening, the death occurred early on Tuesday morning at Creighton Mine, of Celina Bailey, beloved wife of George Twigger, of Sudbury and one of the town's oldest residents. The deceased who was 41 years of age had not been in good health for a long time, suffering a stroke about four years ago. She was born at Powassan, Ont. and with her husband came from that town to Sudbury in the early days. Deceased was a kind and devoted mother of a quiet and pleasing disposition and had many friends who keenly regret her death in the prime of life. Besides her husband who is employed at Creighton Mine a family of ten children survive; three sons and seven daughters, all of whom are residents of Sudbury. The funeral will take place on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 from the residence of her son, Joseph Twigger, 291 Elm street east to Eyre cemetery. Rev. C. W. Follett, of the Methodist Church, will conduct a funeral service at the house. The family have the sincere sympathy of the citizens of Sudbury in their irreparable loss.
TWIGGER, Charles William - Vancouver Sun, Tuesday, September 8, 1953, pg. 25. Passed away in Vancouver, BC Sept. 4, 1953, Charles William Twigger, in his 53rd. year. Late of 3428 E. 3rd. Survived by his loving wife, Eleanor; 2 daughters Yvonne and Pat, at home; 1 brother John, Sask. Funeral service Wed. Sept. 9 at 1 p.m. from the Chapel of Chimes, Harron Bros. Ltd., 10th. Ave. & Ontario Sts., Rev. H. Lennox officiating. Interment Ocean View Burial Park. Saskatchewan papers please copy.
TWIGGER, Edward James - Toronto Star, Saturday, January 10, 1953, pg. 30. At his home 268 Chisholm Ave., East York, on Friday, Jan. 9, 1953, Edward James Twigger, in his 72nd year, beloved husband of Sarah Twigger. Resting at the Giffen-Mack chapel, 2570 Danforth Ave. at Main St. Service Monday at 3 p.m. Interment St. John's cemetery Norway. "Gone to be with Christ, which is far better."
TWIGGER, Frances Gertrude (nee Wright-Wardrobe) - Vancouver Sun, Tuesday, January 24, 1978, pg. C13. Gertrude Frances, passed away January 20, 1978 at Mission Memorial Hospital, aged 82 years. Survived by 4 sons, Woodrow Wardrobe, Jasper Wardrobe, David Wardrobe and Terrance Wardrobe; 1 daughter Patricia Hamacher and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Funeral was from the Anglican Church, Chilliwack January 24th.
TWIGGER, George Whitney - Vancouver Sun, Saturday, November 24, 1951, pg. 37. Passed away at Gibsons, B.C., Nov. 23rd, 1951, George Whitney Twigger Sr. of Gibson's B.C., formerly of Sudbury, Ont. in his 83rd year. Survived by 3 sons, Joseph B., Toronto, Ont.; George Whitney Jr., Vancouver; Nathaniel, Burnaby; 6 daughters, Mrs. A. J. Hyder, Mrs. Jack Duncan of Toronto, Ontario; Mrs. B. Albers, Paddock Wood, Saskatchewan; Mrs. Martin Ferguson, Carragna, Sask.; Mrs. J. Arens, Vancouver; Mrs. G. G. Lawrence, Gibsons, B.C.; 2 brothers and 2 sisters in Ontario. Funeral service Monday at 3 p.m. in Simmons & McBride Funeral Chapel, Broadway at Maple St., Rev. Canon T. W. Scott officiating. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery.
TWIGGER, Isabelle (nee Thibodeau) - Vancouver Sun, Tuesday, June 1, 1943, pg. 14. On May 29, 1943, Isabelle, widow of the late John Twigger, late residence 1473 Nelson Avenue, Burnaby, BC in her 84th year. Survived by two sons, Charles at home; Johnny in Saskatchewan; 1 sister Mrs. A. E. Simpson. Funeral service June 2, at 11 a.m. from the Home Funeral Chapel, 742 East Hastings, Rev. J. S. Muldrew officiating; Interment Ocean View Burial Park.
TWIGGER, John - Estevan Progress, Thursday, November 11, 1920, pg. 5. John Twigger Dead. There died last Friday morning at Miss Winteringham's hospital, Estevan, John Twigger, probably the most widely known old-timer in the Bienfait-Taylorton area. He was eighty years old, having been born in Bedfordshire, Eng., and a resident of Taylorton for 30 years. He opened a mine south of Taylorton over twenty years ago, and an attempt was made to float coal by barges down the Souris river to Winnipeg, via the Assiniboine and Red rivers. He died two days after going into hospital, dropsy being given as the cause. Despite his advanced years, he was a very vigorous man, and kept at his work of mail carrier between Bienfait and Taylorton until a short time before he was taken ill. He leaves a wife and two sons, to whom sympathy is extended in their bereavement. The funeral service was held at the home, and the pall-bearers were W. Baird, Ed. Robb, Clyde Harrell, A. Heminger, A. Edwardson and H. Bulmer. Burial took place at Taylorton Cemetery, the Rev. Mr. Snider officiating. It may truly be said of him that he faithfully performed that task in life to which God called him. Taylorton News: The weekly social was cancelled last Saturday owing to the death of Mr. John Twigger. Mr. Twigger was by far the oldest resident of this neighborhood and will be missed by a large number of friends. Bienfait News: Wm. Hemenger and Charlie Trigger were bringing home the body of the last John Trigger home in a casket and rough box from Estevan undertaking parlours last Friday evening, when they were ordered to stop by a provincial police officer. Hemenger states he stopped his car and the search began. Rather a gruesome search, I should imagine, but it goes to prove that even the dead cannot rest in peace these days. Communication: Last Friday the body of Mr. Twigger was being brought from Estevan to Taylorton in a car driven by W. Heminger, accompanied by Charley Twigger, son of the deceased. When about a mile or so out of Estevan they met a car driven by a provincial policeman. About a mile further on they heard a car give warning as though wanting to pass them. They turned out to let it go by, which it did for a matter of a hundred yards or so then stopped across the road and called on Mr. Heminger to stop. The policeman came up and demanded to know what they were carrying. On being told it was a corpse he asked whose. When told all particulars he proceeded to examine the car, after shaking the coffin. When he was satisfied he gave a curt remark that they could go on. The whole affair has left a very bitter feeling in this neighborhood, and I was requested to let you know about it. Duty is duty as we know, but I do think that such an incident as this shows pretty plainly that the provincial police methods could be considerably improved. I remain, Yours faithfully, E. BERT KEARNEY.
TWIGGER, John - The Leader-Post, Friday, January 12, 1973, pg. 31. Jan. 10, 1973 John Twigger, 76 years, of Bienfait, Sask., passed away. Funeral service Saturday, Jan. 13, at 2:30 p.m. from St. Peter and St. Paul Anglican Church, Bienfait. Interment in Bienfait Cemetery, with Archdeacon Schermon officiating. Arrangements by the Weyburn Funeral Home (Fergusons).
TWIGGER, John Nelson - Fort William Times Journal, August 8, 1959, pg. 20. Former Geraldton Man, N. Twigger , Dies In B.C. Word was received here on Tuesday of the death in Penticton, B.C., of Mr. Nelson Twigger, formerly of Geraldton, after a prolonged illness. Mrs. Twigger received word of his serious illness on Saturday and left immediately for the west. Before she got away she received word that her son Jack Wardrobe and one daughter were in hospital and three children, all under school age, had been burned to death. Further particulars were not available. Mrs. Twigger's daughter, Mrs. Andreason, left by air from the Lake head on Sunday for Penticton.
TWIGGER, Joseph James - Sudbury Star, Saturday, August 29, 1925, pg. 12. Died August 22, 1925. Old Resident Is laid To Rest. Jos. Twigger Lived in Sudbury For 25 Years. The funeral of the late Joseph James Twigger, for twenty five years a resident of Sudbury and well known throughout the district, was held from the family residence on Eyre St., on Tuesday afternoon, interment being made in Park Lawn Cemetery. Services were conducted by the Rev. R. R. Nicholson of Cedar St. United. Employed for a number of years with the C.N.R. bridge construction force, the late Mr. Twigger was somewhat of a pioneer in the industrial life of the district and he established a wide acquaintanceship beyond Sudbury. Coming to Sudbury while it was in its infancy, he witnessed the growth of the town and was among the ranks of the old timers who have many interesting incidents to relate in reference to the North in general. Above all, he was held in high esteem among his many friends. For some years he was also employed with the Sudbury Brewing and Malting Company. The illness which was the cause of his death on Saturday last, was of a lingering nature but only for the past five weeks of his life was he confined to his bed. He is survived by his wife and one daughter, Miss Violet, at home. Six sisters, Mrs. John Eastwood, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Henry Charles Pembroke; Mrs. Robert Leitch, Sudbury; Mrs. Frank Bailey, Garson and three brothers, George, of Morse, Sask.; Edward, of Detroit, Mich. and Nelson, of Slate River, Ont. also survive. Mr. Twigger was born in the state of Pennsylvania and when three years of age was brought with his family to Pembroke, where he resided for twenty years. Floral tributes which were numerous and beautiful were received from the following: Sprays, Mr. and Mrs. Ian Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. George Lark, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Miller, Mr. and Mrs. J. MacKay, Mr. and Mrs. L. Savage, and Mr. Burbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Carmichael, L.O.L. Juvenile Orange Lodge, Olive and Lola Twigger, Toronto, Elm St. School friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Butchard, Mr. and Mrs. Alex McGinn; Wreath, Sudbury Brewing and Malting Co.; Basket, the family, Mildred and Evelyn Lark, Mr. and Mrs. H. Howell and Doria and Mildred, Edith Cavelle Lodge, L.O.B.A.; Spray, Miss Delia Spencer, Mrs. George Code and Dorothy. Letters of sympathy were received from the following; Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Campbell, Alliston, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Twigger, Detroit, Mrs. John Eastwood, Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Van Loun, Toronto, Mr. J. Campbell, Montreal, Geo. Twigger, Morse, Sask.
TWIGGER, Joseph James - Sudbury Star, Wednesday, August 26, 1925, pg. 1. Died at his residence, 88 Eyre St., on Saturday, August 22nd, 1925, Joseph James Twigger, in his 48 year. Funeral took place Tuesday from his late residence to Park Lawn Cemetery.
TWIGGER, Joseph James - Sudbury Star, Wednesday, August 26, 1925, pg. 14. The death occurred on Saturday, at his home on 88 Eyre St., of Joseph James Twigger, aged 48 years. He had been ill for five weeks, but the end came as a shock to the family and friends. The late Mr. Twigger was employed on the bridge gang of the C. N. R. and had a large number of acquaintances in the town, who extend their sympathy to the bereaved.
TWIGGER, William - Daily News, Port Arthur, Saturday, April 13, 1912, pg. 12. Mr. William Trigger. William Trigger, aged 23 years, died this morning in St. Joseph's hospital from acute peritonitis. He resided on Lincoln street and was a drayman in the employ of Mr. Fenn. The funeral arrangements are not yet completed.
TWIGGER, William - Daily Times Journal, Monday, April 15, 1912. The funeral of the late William Twigger was held yesterday afternoon from A. Morris' undertaking parlors, Port Arthur, to Riverside cemetery, Rev. C. W. Hedley conducting the services. On Friday night Mr. Twigger died from acute peritonitis which followed an operation for appendicitis. A brother in Slate River, who attended the funeral, was the only relative of the deceased living in the country. For sometime before being admitted to the hospital Mr. Twigger was employed as a teamster by A. Fenn.
UTRI, Eleanor Leona (nee Hall) - Eleanor Leona (Hall) Utri was born in the Holy Cross Hospital, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan January 21, 1925, the fourth child and third daughter of Wilbert Lionel and Marie (Charette) Hall. She had four other younger brothers. Leona was raised at Spiritwood on the farm. She attended Wild Bear school for the first 10 years, then Grade 11 in Spiritwood and Grade 12 in Shellbrook. In 1943, Leona helped in the War Effort by attending Teacher's College in Saskatoon, then went teaching. First at Shellbrook, then at Maidstone, Saskatchewan at Eldon School where she enjoyed teaching the African American Children, whose families came to homestead in the Eldon District. She loved these children and was loved by these people. It was here she met Alfred Utri and was married on December 23, 1944. They farmed across from the school where they raised Purebred Polled Hereford cattle. She was very proud of the fact they won Grand Champion bull at Lloydminster Exhibition in 1971. Leona always had a huge garden and many trees and flowers. She was a great cook. Many people enjoyed her fried chicken. In 1975, they retired to Maidstone, where Alfred did carpentry work and Leona was "a baby-sitting Grandma" to several children in the area while their mother's worked or needed a little time out to shop or bowl. Leona had many interests such as gardening, knitting, sewing, crocheting, reading, visiting, playing cards, 4-H with her children, curling, bowling and dancing. She always helped with the school Christmas Concert and other community social functions. After being widowed in 1990, Leona remained in her Maidstone home until her health failed due to Huntington's Disease and she was moved to Alberta to be closer to her children, but her heart remained at Maidstone, Saskatchewan. Leona was admitted to St. Mary's Lodge in Trochu in 2000, then to Drumheller Health Centre Long Term Care in 2004 as more care was required. She remained there until her death on April 16, 2010, with her daughter at her bedside. Leona has three children- Monica (Jim) Bishop of Three Hills, Gordon (Lynn) of Evansburg and Vance (Theresa) of Darwell, six Grandchildren and seven Great Grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Alfred in 1990 and her Granddaughter, Trachey Utri in 2009. Leona will be buried at Maidstone Cemetery beside her husband on April 20, 2010. Her family will celebrate her life on April 25, 2010. If friends desire, memorial tributes in Leona's honor may be made to the Huntington's Society, St. Mary's Health Centre, Trochu. Or the Drumheller Health Care Center, extended care by directing them to Kneehill Funeral Services LTD. Box 415 Three Hills, AB. T0M 2A0. Friends wishing to extend condolences may do so by emailing kneehillfuneralservices(at)hotmail(dot)com.
UTRI, Emil Alfred - Alfred, was born in Kittersburg, Germany on January 29, 1914, the oldest son of Karl and Sophie Utri. He died February 10, 1990 at Maidstone Union Hospital after a short fight with cancer. Alfred immigrated to Canada in 1926 to Denzil, Sask. After one year, the family moved to the Maidstone area. He married Eleanor Leona Hall on December 23, 1944. They farmed until 1975 then moved to town and he did carpentry work full time for nine years, but he really never quit building and fixing. While farming his polled hereford cattle were his pride. He enjoyed hunting, golfing, curling, bowling, dancing, billiards and he loved people. Alfred was predeceased by his folks Karl and Sophie Utri; his brother Ernest; and his brother-in-law, Archie Merryweather. He leaves to mourn his passing: his loving wife Leona; one daughter, Monica (Jim) Bishop and their children, Travis & Kurt; two sons, Gordon (Lynn) Utri and their children, Evan and Jody; Vance (Lynda) Utri and their children, Tracey and Tyson; 2 brothers, Carl (Emma) Utri and Walter (Anne) Utri; 1 sister, Elsie Merryweather; numerous nieces and nephews; and cousins in Germany. Memorial services were held February 13, 1990 at 2 p.m. in Maidstone United Church with a fine friend, Rev. Theresa Jones, officiating. Cremation was at Saskatoon Crematorium. A special friend, June Franks, was organist for the hymn's; "Beyond the Sunset," "Battle Hymn of the Republic," "The Old Rugged Cross," and "Just As I Am." Another special friend, Christine Pike, was soloist singing "Amazing Grace." If friends so desire Memorial donations may be made to Maidstone Union Hospital or the Twin Rivers Home Care Foundation. Marshall's Funeral Home of St. Walburg, Sask. were in care of arrangements.
VINCENT, Annie (nee Couch) - Evening Record, Saturday, September 24, 1910, pg. 4. Died September 21, 1910. Mrs. George Vincent, of this section, died on Wednesday morning, Sept. 21st, of typhoid fever.
VINCENT, Annie (nee Couch) - Evening Record, Thursday, September 22, 1910, pg. 6. Died September 21, 1910. Mrs. George Vincent died on Wednesday morning of typhoid fever after a week's illness.
VINCENT, Bernice Irene (nee ?) - Kingsville Reporter. Bernice Irene. At Leamington Hospital on Friday, May 30, 2003. Age 88 years. Late of RR3 Cottam. Beloved wife of Leon Vincent for 67 years. Dear mother of Audrey and Jim Woods of Ottawa and Ronald Vincent of Essex. Dear grandmother of Kim, Scott, Cindy and Jeff. Also survived by 13 great grandchildren. A private family Funeral Service was held from C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home, 91 division St. S., Kingsville on Monday June 2nd. Mrs. Linda Blair officiated. Interment in Greenhill Cemetery, Kingsville.
VINCENT, Dorothy V. "Doris" (nee Holbrook-Hodges) - Windsor Star, June 5, 1986, pg. B10. Doris V. at Leamington Hospital on Wed., June 5, 1986, age 78 years. Predeceased by her first husband Eugene Hodges (1964) and beloved wife of Glen Vincent. Dear mother of Lorraine Pollock, Wheatly, Helen (Mrs. Douglas Stevenson), Petrolia, Rose-Marie (Mrs. Sid Ringwood), Petrolia, Dorothy Herbert, Sarnia, Geraldine (Mrs. Murray Doan), Essex, Eugene Hodges, Sarnia, Leonard, Essex, Ronald Hodges, Wheatly and the late Kay (1983) and William (1976). Dear step mother of Gerald Vincent and Kay Kern, both of Kingsville and Carl Vincent from South River. Dear sister of Lillian Jackson, Petrolia. Also survived by 25 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, 9 step-grandchildren and one step great-grandchild. Resting at the C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home, 91 Division St. S., Kingsville after 7 p.m., Thurs. Funeral Service Sat., 11 a.m. Rev. Alymer Smith officiating. Interment in Greenhill Cemetery, Kingsville. Canadian Legion and Auxiliary Branch #188 Kingsville Service Thurs., 7:30 p.m.
VINCENT, George - Kingsville Reporter, April 4, 1929, pg. 1. Died March 29, 1929. Another victim of the deadly monoxide gas was claimed by death on Thursday evening last when Geo. Vincent was found dead sitting in his car inside Phillip Clarke's garage, Lake road west. He had been to Amherstburg for some explosives which he required for blasting purposes. He returned home late in the evening. The next morning Mr. Clark on going out doors, found the garage doors shut and heard a car slowly running inside. On opening the door he found the place filled with gas fumes and Vincent sitting in the car dead. The supposition is that owing to the lateness of the hour he had decided to sleep in the car till morning and had unthinkingly started the car for warmth. Deceased was born in Colchester and always had resided in this district. His wife was Miss Anna Crouch who died in 1910, leaving one son, Glen, who was then eight months old. He has always resided in the district. Had owned a farm in the section which he sold on the death of his wife. He then ran a thrashing outfit for years and also had a tilling machine and did work all over the district. He was a quiet fellow and a good worker. He is survived by his son, four brothers and three sisters as follows; John and Thomas, Harrow; Elias and Edwin, Red Deer, Alberta; Mrs. Timothy Parcels and Mrs. Late Parker, of Alberta and Mrs. Alvin Quick, Windsor. The funeral took place Sunday from Mr. Clark's home, with interment in Greenhill cemetery. The order of the Maccabees, of which he was a member, took part in the funeral obsequies at the graveside.
VINCENT, Glen Morrice - Windsor Star, July 18, 1991. Glen at Leamington Hospital Wed. July 17, 1991. Age 81 years. Predeceased by his first wife Greta and second wife Doris. Dear father of Gerald Vincent and Kay (Mrs. John Kern), both of Kingsville and Carl Vincent South River, Ont. Dear brother of Leon Vincent, Colchester North Twsp. Also survived by 9 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Resting at the C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home, 91 Division St. S., Kingsville, 7-9 p.m. Thurs. and 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Fri. Funeral services from the Funeral Home, Sat. 10 a.m. Mrs. Linda Blair officiating. Interment in Greenhill Cemetery, Kingsville. Canadian Legion Branch 188, Kingsville service Fri. 7:30 p.m.
VINCENT, Glen Morrice - Kingsville Reporter, July 23, 1991, pg. 16. G. Vincent Passes at 71. Glen Vincent, 81 years, passed away Wednesday July 17, 1991 at Leamington District Memorial Hospital. Predeceased by his first wife Greta and second wife Doris. Dear father of Gerald Vincent and Kay (Mrs. John Kern), both of Kingsville and Carl VincentSouth River, Ontario. Dear brother of Leon Vincent, Colchester North Twsp. Also survived by nine grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Rested at the C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home, Kingsville. Funeral service from the Funeral Home, Saturday 10 a.m. Mrs. Linda Blair officiating. Interment in Greenhill Cemetery, Kingsville. Canadian Legion Branch 188, Kingsville service Friday 7:30 p.m.
VINCENT, Gretta Irene (nee Rounding) - Essex Free Press, December 28, 1945, pg. 5. At her home in Leamington, on Saturday, December 22nd, Mrs. Gretta Irene Vincent, wife of Glen Vincent, daughter of Mrs. Lillie Batten and the late Ernest Rounding. Cards of Thanks. Glen Vincent and family wish to express their deep appreciation to their many friends, relatives and neighbors for kindnesses shown them in the loss of a loving wife and mother. Special thanks to Rev. Mr. Davidson, Mrs. Albert Elford, neighbors of Colchester North and those who sent floral tributes and loaned cars.
VINCENT, Gretta Irene (nee Rounding)- Essex Free Press, Friday, December 28, 1945, pg. 8. Died December 22, 1945. Sympathy is extended Glen Vincent and Family. Mrs. Gerald Merritt, all relatives and friends, in the death of Mrs. Glen Vincent, at her home in Leamington, on December 22nd. They were former Inman residents a few years ago.
VINCENT, Gretta Irene (nee Rounding) - Leamington Post, December 27, 1945, pg. 1. Mrs. Glen Vincent Laid To Rest Monday. Funeral services for Mrs. Gretta Vincent, wife of Glen Vincent, 8 Foster Avenue, were held here Monday afternoon, following her passing which occurred on Saturday evening. The late Mrs. Vincent, who was 32 years of age, was a victim of leukemia and had been ill for the past six months. She was the eldest daughter of Mrs. Lillie Batten of Elford and the late Ernie Rounding. Surviving besides her husband are three children, Gerald, 12, Kathleen, 11 and Carl 8, all at home. One sister, Mrs. Gerald Merritt, resides in Leamington and there are two brothers, Marwood of Essex and Lloyd of Elford. A half-sister, Margaret Batten, also resides in Elford. The funeral services were held on Monday at Ferguson's Funeral Chapel, Erie street north, with Rev. Sydney Davidson, officiating. Interment followed in Greenhill Cemetery, Kingsville.
VINCENT, Leon - Kingsville Reporter. Vincent, Leon P. (Sparky). Age 93 years. At Hotel-Dieu Hospital, Windsor on Thursday April 28, 2005. Late of R.R.3 Cottam. Beloved husband of the late Bernice (2003). Dear father of Audrey and Jim Woods of Ottawa and Ronald Vincent of Essex. Dear grandfather of Kim, Scott, Cindy, Jim and Jeff. Also survived by 13 great grandchildren. A private family funeral service was held from the C. Stuart Sykes Funeral Home, 91 Division St. S., Kingsville on Monday, May 2, 2005. Rev. Tom Harmon officiated. Interment in Greenhill Cemetery, Kingsville.
VOJVODIN, Angelina Maria "Mary" (nee Rankov) - London Free Press, Monday, June 24, 1974, pg. 32. At Strathroy Hospital on Saturday, June 22, 1974, Mary Vojvodin of 93 Scott St. East, Strathroy, in her 79th year. Beloved wife of the late Gregory Vojvodin and dear mother of Michael and Peter, both of Strathroy. Also survived by seven grandchildren. Resting at the Denning Bros. Funeral Home, Strathroy, until Tuesday, June 25, when funeral mass will be held at Strathroy All Saints' Roman Catholic Church at 11:00 a.m. Interment in Strathroy Roman Catholic Cemetery. Prayers will be said at the funeral home Monday evening at 8:00 p.m.
VOJVODIN, Elizabeth (nee ?) - London Free Press, Saturday, October 16, 2004, pg. B7. At Strathroy Middlesex General Hospital on Thursday October 14, 2004. Elizabeth Vojvodin of Strathroy in her 78th year. Beloved wife of Mike Vojvodin. Dear mother of Mike Vojvodin of Strathroy, George and Errynn Vojvodin of London and Elizabeth Drabbant of Strathroy. Also survived by her 6 grandchildren, her brother-in-law Peter Vojvodin and his wife Chrystal Vojvodin of Strathroy and several nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Denning Bros. Funeral Home, Strathroy on Sunday. October 17 from 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. where a funeral service will be held on Monday, October 18 at 11 A.M. with father John Sharp officiating. Interment in Strathroy Cemetery. Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.
VOJVODIN, Mihajlo "Mike" - London Free Press, Friday, January 23, 2009, pg. B5. At his residence in Strathroy on Wednesday, January 21, 2009 Mihajlo "Mike" Vojvodin in his 85th year. Beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Vojvodin. Dear father of Mike Vojvodin (Claudette Morin) of London, George and Errynn Vojvodin of London and Elizabeth Drabbant of Strathroy. Also survived by his 6 grand children, his brother Peter and his wife Chrystal Vojvodin of Strathroy and several nieces and nephews. Forever remembered by his dear friend Joan Verhegan. Friends will be received at the Denning Bros. Funeral Home, Strathroy on Friday, January 23rd from 5-9 PM where a funeral service will be held on Saturday, January 24th at 11 AM. Interment in Strathroy Cemetery. Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family. A tree will be planted as a living memorial to Mihajlo.
WATSON, David Eugene Clifton - London Free Press, Wednesday, May 25, 1955, pg. 54. At Strathroy Hospital on Tuesday, May 24th, Clifton Eugen Watson, beloved husband of Helen Reith, dear father of Russell and Jack, Mrs. Jack Rivers (Reatha) and Mrs. Gary Dawson (Helen), all of Strathroy, Mrs. Ronald Wey (Norma), of Goderich and Mrs. William Simpson (Donna), of London in his 65th year. Resting at Denning Bros. funeral home, Strathroy where service will be held on Friday, May 27th, at 2:30 p.m. Interment in Strathroy Cemetery.
WATSON, Ellen Elizabeth (nee Reith) - London Free Press, Tuesday, July 25, 1978, pg. C5. At St. Joseph's Hospital, London, on Monday July 24th, 1978, Mrs. Ellen Watson of 345 Wharncliffe Rd. North, London. Beloved wife of the late Clifton Watson and dear mother of Russell, RR 2, Forest, Jacques of London, Mrs. W. J. (Reatha) Rivers, Sarnia, Mrs. D. S. (Norma) Wey of Waterloo, Ms. Helen Dolphin and Mrs. W. G. (Donna) Simpson both of London. Sister of Mrs. Flora Thompson of London and Mrs. Gertrude Barnes of Toronto. Predeceased by one sister, Mrs. Lucinda Hodgins, Also survived by 16 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Resting at the Denning Bros. Funeral Home, Strathroy where funeral service will be held on Wednesday, July 26, at 2 PM. Interment in Strathroy Cemetery. Donations to the Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation or charity of your choice would be appreciated.
WATSON, Leona Airth (nee Couch) - The Age Dispatch, Thursday, September 1, 1955, pg. 1. (Photo). Strathroy Woman Dies Following Accident. Tragedy took its toll this week in the family of a popular young Strathroy couple, parents of three young children, when Leona Watson, 32, the former Leona Airth Couch, wife of Russell Watson, died in hospital in Windsor early Tuesday morning following a car accident near the border city. Mr. and Mrs. Watson and their sons, Ronald, 8 and Ralph, 5 and Richard, 2, along with a nephew were on their way to the home of Mrs. Watson's mother when the accident occurred. Mrs. Watson, who was driving, lost control of the car, which turned over in the ditch, fatally injuring her. She died about 2:30 Tuesday morning. Surviving, besides her husband and three sons, are her mother, Mrs. Mary E. Couch, Windsor; a sister, Mrs. D. (Grace) Evans, of Windsor and a brother, Odin, of Toronto. Her father, Henry Couch, died some time ago. A brother-in-law, Jacques Watson, resides in Strathroy. Also four sister-in-laws, Mrs. Jack Rivers and Mrs. Gary Dolphin, of Strathroy; Mrs. Bill Simpson, London and Mrs. Donald Wey, of Goderich. The funeral is being held today (Thursday) at 2 p.m. at Denning Bros. funeral home with the Rev. Morley Colling officiating. Interment will be in Strathroy cemetery.
WATSON, Leona Airth (nee Couch) - The Age Dispatch, Thursday, September 1, 1955, pg. 8. Suddenly at Windsor, on Tuesday, August 30, 1955, Leona Airth Couch, beloved wife of Russel Watson, dear mother of Ronald, Ralph and Richard, all of Strathroy; daughter of Mrs. Mary E. Couch and the late Henry Couch, of Windsor, sister of Mrs. D. (Grace) Evans, of Windsor and Odin Couch, of Toronto, in her 33rd year. Service will be held today (Thursday), September 1, at 3 p.m. at Dennings Bros. funeral home. Interment will be in Strathroy Cemetery.
WATSON, Patricia Ann (nee Spitz) - London Free Press, Saturday, March 21, 2009, pg. B11. Passed Away on March 16th, 2009. Peacefully at Bluewater Health Russell Street, Sarnia on Monday March 16th. Patricia Ann (Spitz) Watson of Ipperwash Beach in her 77th year. Beloved wife of Russ and loving mother of Ron of Florida, Ralph and Linda of London, Rick of Vancouver, Roxy Jackson and Rod both of Ipperwash. Cherished grandmother of Bob, Chris, Michael, Krystal, Mandy and Tanya and several great grand children. Also survived by sister in law Kay. Pre-deceased by brother Jack. As per Pat's wishes, cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held at the Gilpin Funeral Chapel, Forest, on Thursday April 2nd at 1 pm. Memorial donation to the Lung Association gratefully acknowledged.
WATSON, Russell Eugene "Russ" - London Free Press, Saturday, October 30, 2010. Peacefully at Bluewater Health, in Sarnia on October 13th, 2010 at the age of 88 years. Beloved husband of the late Pat (Spitz) (2009) and the late Leona Arith (Couch) (1955). Beloved father of Ron of Florida, Ralph and Linda of London, Rick of Vancouver, Roxy Jackson, and Rod both of Ipperwash. Cherished grandfather of Bob, Chris, Michael, Christina, Krystal, Mandy and Tanya. Great-grandfather of Francis, Abbey, Emma and Zachary. Memorial service will be held on November 6, 2010 at 2:00 p.m., Gilpin Funeral Chapel, Forest. Interment at Ravenswood Cemetery. Memorial donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation are greatly appreciated. Notes: Russell Eugene Watson was born an illegitimate child and he was adopted. His biological name was Owen Carlton Johnston and his biological unmarried parents were Daniel Carl Copeland Johnston and Helena Gertrude Reith. His adoptive name was Russell Eugene Watson and his adoptive married parents were David Clifton Eugene Watson and Ellen Elizabeth Reith. Helena Gertrude Reith and Ellen Elizabeth Reith were sisters. Helena Gertrude Reith later married Edward John Barnes. Daniel Carl Copeland Johnston later married Gailey Evelyn Revington).
WILSON, Charles Frederick - London Free Press, Tuesday, February 20, 1973, pg. 29. Charles Wilson in South Huron Hospital, Exeter, on Monday, February 19th, 1973. Beloved husband of Gladys Hall, of Hensall. Dear father of Bruce Wilson, of Vancouver and Granger Wilson of California. A private service will be held at the Hopper-Hockey Funeral Home, William Street, Exeter, on Thursday, February 22nd at 2 p.m. Interment will take place in Exeter Cemetery with Rev. Wilfred Jarvis officiating. Please no flowers. Donations can be made to the charity of your choice, for the late Mr. Wilson.
WILSON, Gerald Waverly - Moose Jaw Times Herald, Thursday, November 19, 1931. Death Of Infant. Gerald Waverly Wilson, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson, 1079 Fourth Avenue North East, died on Wednesday night. The funeral will be held on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from Broadfoot's Funeral Home to Rosedale Cemetery.
WILSON, Gladys Idella Hannah (nee Hall) - London Free Press, Friday, November 12, 1982, pg. C2. At Brantford General Hospital, Brantford, Ontario, November 9, 1982, Gladys Idella Wilson of Brantford and formerly of Hensall, Ontario. Mrs. Wilson was predeceased by her husband Charles in 1973 and one son Bruce in 1982. One son Granger Wilson of California survives. Also surviving are her daughter-in-law Phyllis Wilson of Vancouver, two grandsons, Larry and Barry Wilson and one great grandson Sean. At the request of the family there was no visitation at the funeral home, William Street, Exeter on Saturday November 13. Rev. Stan McDonald officiated. Interment in Exeter Cemetery.
WILSON, Phyllis Jean (nee Cooper) - Vancouver Sun, Friday, December 20, 2002, pg. F15. Phyllis Jean (nee Cooper) passed away December 17, 2002. Predeceased by husband Bruce, daughter-in-law Patty Orrange. Survived by sons, Larry of Windsor, Barry and daughter-in-law Leslie of Coquitlam, grandsons, Sean, Kyle and Evan, stepsister Mary and many relatives in Saskatchewan. Thank you to those who cared for Phyl at Dufferin Care Centre. Donations to the BC Cancer Foundation. No service by request.
WILSON, Robert Bruce - The Weekend Sun, September 15, 1982, pg. E1. Robert Bruce, aged 57, on September 7, 1982. Survived by his mother Gladys of Brantford, Ontario, his wife, Phyllis, North Vancouver, 2 sons and daughters-in-law, Larry and Pat of Windsor, Ont. and Barry and Leslie of Port Coquitlam, 1 grandson. Cremation and family arrangements at the request of the deceased. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.
WOODS, James - Ottawa Citizen, October 18, 2011. Peacefully, Sunday, October 16, 2011, at the age of 72. Beloved husband of Audrey. Loving father of Jim (Monika), Jeff (Shriefe) and the late Cindy Woods-Lunney (Phil Lunney). For full notice and Service details please visit the Kelly Funeral Home "Kanata Chapel" Website at www.kellyfh.ca.
WRIGHT, Elizabeth (nee Twigger-Eastwood) - The Evening Telegram, Monday, February 10, 1941, pg. 26. At her home, 268 Chisholm avenue, on Saturday, February 8, 1941, Elizabeth Eastwood, wife of the late, L. J. Wright and sister of James E. Twigger. Resting at the Chapel of McDougall and Brown, 1491 Danforth, until Tuesday morning. Service in the funeral home of W. H. Matthews, Carleton Place, Ontario, on Wednesday afternoon. Interment Carleton Place, Ontario.
WRIGHT, Elizabeth (nee Twigger-Eastwood) - Carleton Place Herald, February 13, 1941. The death occurred in Toronto on Saturday of a former resident of this town in the person of Elizabeth Eastwood, widow of L. J. Wright. The late Mrs. Wright was well known in Carleton Place where she lived for many years and operated a small grocery store adjoining her home on the Franktown Road. During her residence here she was a member of St. James Anglican church and took a keen interest in its many activities. She was twice married, her first husband, Mr. John Eastwood, predeceased her many years ago. She was married some years ago to Mr. L. J. Wright, who predeceased her by several years. The remains were brought to Carton Place and taken to the W. H. Matthews' funeral parlors whence the funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon to St. James Anglican church where the service was conducted by Rev. Canon Leach in the absence of the rector, Rev. T. H. Iveson, who is ill. The body was placed in St. James vault to await interment in the spring. The pallbearers were Messrs. M. C. McAllister, L. M. Tetlock, D. R. McNeeley and Mr. Roy.
WRIGHT, Elizabeth (nee Twigger-Eastwood) - Carleton Place Herald, February 12, 1941. At Toronto, Saturday, February 8, 1941, Elizabeth Eastwood, widow of the late L. J. Wright, and sister of James E. Twigger. Funeral service in St. James Church, Carleton Place, Wednesday, the 12thinstant, at 2 p.m.
WRIGHT, Frances Joseph - Toronto Star, Monday, November 11, 1935, pg. 27. At his late residence, 268 Chisholm avenue, on Sunday, November 10, 1935, Francis Joseph, beloved husband of Elizabeth Wright, in his 79th year. Funeral from Chapel of McDougall and Brown Limited, 1491 Danforth avenue, on Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. Interment St. John's Cemetery, Norway.