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'It’s a great loss’ Two teenage girls struck, killed by vehicle while walking home on rural road from get-together near Pakenham
'It’s a great loss’ Two teenage girls struck, killed by vehicle while walking home on rural road from get-together near Pakenham
The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario
 
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(Ronald) James Masson
(Ronald) James Masson
James Mason
CALLANDER-Rev. R. J. Sturgeon offered Requiem High Mass at St. Alphonsus Church in Callander today for Ronald James Mason, who died in Pembroke General Hospital following a one-car collision on Hwy, 17 eight miles west of Petawawa Wednesday morning. He was 15.
Pallbearers were: Robert and Gerald Masson, John Dufresne, Gus Martin, Tom and Sam Byers, Interment was at Callander Cemetery.
A resident of Callander all his life, Ronald James Masson was born at North Bay, Dec, 10, 1952, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Masson of Callander. He received his elementary school education at Callander Public School and attended Algonquin Composite School. He attended St. Alphonsus Church in Callander.
He is survived by his parents; two brothers: Stephen and Terrence, at home; four sisters: Jewel, Kitchener; Helen, Debbie and Bernadette, at home.
--North Bay Nugget, North Bay, Ontario, May 13, 1968 Page 15
 
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2 Kansas Couples Die In Crash In Alabama
2 Kansas Couples Die In Crash In Alabama
Southern Illinoisian
Carbondale, Illinois
Page 2
 
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A Miser Starved to Death
A Miser Starved to Death
The Times
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Page 2
 
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A. B. (Bert) Silman Dies at His Home
A. B. (Bert) Silman Dies at His Home
A. B. (Bert), 56, sign painter, and lifelong resident of Charleston, died at 4 a. m. yesterday at his home, 18 1/2 Alderson St. after a few days illness. He was the son of the late Peter Silman, and operated the Silman Sign Co.
He was a member of the Knights of Pythias and I. O. O. F. lodges and Central Methodist church.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Myrtle Smith Silman; a son, Jack, at home; two sisters, Mrs. Hazel Higginbotham of Charleston and Mrs. Fred White of Clendenin; a brother, Emmett Silman of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Services will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow at Central Methodist church. Rev. E. J. Scott and Rev. Pat Withrow, jr. will officiate. Burial will be in Spring Hill cemetery. The body will remain at the Bartlett mortuary until funeral time.
The body will be taken to the church at 2 p. m. tomorrow.
--Charleston Gazette, Charleston, West Virginia, September 14, 1944
 
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Aaron Barnett
Aaron Barnett
Aaron Barnett (1829/7 Feb 1917)
The death occurred at Haileybury on Wednesday, February 7th, of Mr. Aaron Barnett, who was born in Almonte in 1829, and for many years had his home here. Util a few months ago he resided with his son, Mr. Robert Barnett, at 660 Gilmour Street, Ottawa, at which time he went to reside with a daughter, Mrs. John McFarlane, Haileybury. He is survived by two sons, Robert of Ottawa and William of Pittsburgh; two daughters; Mrs. W. Banning, of Winnipeg, and Mrs. John McFarlane, of Haileybury; three sisters; Mrs. E. Blake and Mrs. Susan Hamilton of Hillsdale, Ill. The funeral will take place on Friday, 9th inst., from the residence of Mr. Wm. McMunn at ten o'clock a.m., to St. George's cemetery at Clayton.
 
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Ada Leroy
Ada Leroy
--North Bay Nugget, North Bay, Ontario, May 2006
 
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Ada Smith
Ada Smith
--The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Ontario, January 7, 1966
 
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Ada Traill
Ada Traill
TRAILL, Ada - At Smiths Falls on Monday, April 5th, 1976. Ada Gordon, aged 77 years. Beloved wife of the late David Boyd Traill of Smiths Falls, and dear mother of Mrs Margaret Meilleur of Brockville and grandmother of Susan Eda Meilleur of Brockville. Resting at the Lannin Funeral Home, Smiths Falls. Funeral service was conducted in the Chapel Wednesday, April 7th at 2 p.m. Interment Auld Kirk Cemetery, Almonte.
--The Record News, Smiths Falls, Ontario, April 7, 1976, Page A7
 
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Addie Selina
Addie Selina
The Vermont Watchman, Montpelier, Vermont, March 18, 1891 Page 1
 
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Adelaide Post
Adelaide Post
Adelaide Post
GROTON - Mrs. Adelaide (Addie) Phelps Post, 79, of 406 Poquonnock Road died today at Lawrence Memorial Hospital, where she had been admitted July 11. She had been in failing health more than a year.
A native of Groton, she was born March 11, 1891, the daughter of Linhart and Alfreda Phelps.
She was the widow of Ernest Post, who died in 1947. She was previously married to the late Joseph Pieretti.
Mrs. Post was a hand presser and professional spotter for the former Troy Laundry in Norwich and then Shalett Drycleaners in New London. She had retired.
She was a member of the Gold Star Mothers, John Coleman Prince Post Auxiliary, American Legion, and the Groton Heights Baptist Church.
Survivors include three sons, Melvin Perlotti, by a previous marriage, of Denver, Colo., Joseph Pieretti of Norwich Town and Ernest Pieretti of Groton; seven daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Holiday of Warwick, R.I., Mrs. Ruth Moreash of Mystic, Mrs. Margaret Bennett of Columbus, Ga., Mrs. Edith Long of Eldorado, Kans., Mrs. Judy LePage of Santa Anna, Calif. and Mrs. Edna Turner and Mrs. Doris Emory, both of Groton; two brothers, Clyde of Mystic and Ernest Phelps of Lynn, E Mass.; two sisters, Mrs. Grace Pieretti and Mrs. Lucy Doyle, both of Groton; 29 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the Impellitteri Memorial Home, New London. Burial will be in Avery Morgan Cemetery, Poquonnock Bridge.
Calling hours are from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday.
--The Day, New London, Connecticut, July 24, 1970 Page 24
 
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Adelbert Wardner
Adelbert Wardner
Adelbert L. Wardner, 79, of 5499 Comfort Hollow Road, passed away peacefully, Wednesday (September 7, 2016) at his home.
Born in Olean, September 27, 1936, the son of Vinton E. and Blanche (Coon)Wardner, he had attended the Bolivar School, and then joined the US Air Force and served from 1954-1956. He had worked for the Oil Field in Bolivar for many years, and most recently volunteered for the Office of the Aging.
He was predeceased by his parents and a brother Martin Wardner.
He is survived by Joanne Rose Wardner whom he married August 20, 2003, they spent 14 happy years together, he also survived by 2 children Dana Vinton Wardner, and Betsy Jean Ramsay, 4 step children, Burdett Crandall, Annetta Butler, James Crandall, and Elaine Stephens, his sister Roxanne Hewitt, step grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.
A Memorial Service will be held Sunday (September 11, 2016) at 1:00pm at the Brown & Powers Funeral Home 101 West Avenue in Angelica, with Rev. David Ford officiating. Burial will be in the Until the Day Dawn Cemetery.
 
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Adeline Phelps
Adeline Phelps
Adeline A. Phelps, 91, of Palatka, died Thursday, November 20, 2003 at Putnam Community Medical Center due to injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
She was a native of Massachusetts and had been a resident of Palatka for the past 27 years, coming from New London, Conn. Along with her sister, Ida, she owned and operated Addie's Package Store in New London, Conn., for 17 years, retiring in 1972.
Surviving are a son, Donald Phelps Jr., Palatka; a sister, Ida Dinoto, Palatka; a niece, JoAnn Mahn, Waterford, Conn.; and a nephew, Richard Vescovi, East Lyne, Conn.
Funeral Services will be Monday, Nov. 24 at Masters Funeral Home in Palatka with Rev. Ted Rodda, Jr. officiating. Interment will follow in Palatka Memorial Gardens.
--Palatka Daily News, Palatka, Florida, November 22, 2003
 
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AERIEL TRAGEDY FIVE SAILORS KILLED AS PLANE CRASHES INTO SIDE OF MOUNTAIN
AERIEL TRAGEDY FIVE SAILORS KILLED AS PLANE CRASHES INTO SIDE OF MOUNTAIN
AERIEL TRAGEDY FIVE SAILORS KILLED AS PLANE CRASHES INTO SIDE OF MOUNTAIN
Salinas, Dec. 6. - Five sailors were dead today in the crash of a private plane into a fog-blanketed mountainside 18 miles east of here. The plane, a single-engined Stinson Reliant monoplane, rammed and apparently exploded against the Mountain last night at an altitude of about (100 feet. It was believed owned and piloted by Jack E. Langley, 31, of Alameda, Cal. Four joy-riding sailors were passengers, A Navy party lowered the bodies down the steep mountain with ropes but they were so badly burned and mangled that none could be identified. The Navy would not release the names of the seamen believed to be aboard the plane on its weekend flight from Oakland to Burbank. All were reported from the Naval base at Yerba Buena Island, in San Francisco bay. One of the dead was believed to be 18-year-old Dale McArthur, of Burbank. His stepfather, A. H. Wilson, said the youth and four other sailors took off from Burbank about 4 p. m. yesterday on the return flight to Oakland. The plane crashed at 7:10 p. m. The crash was witnessed by a motorist, J. W. Bolender, of Salinas, who heard the plane flying in the fog several miles from Highway 101. He heard the motor sputter and cut out. Heavy fog obscured the plane from his view, but he saw a brief flash and heard a terrific explosion. Rescuers said bodies and wreckage were strewn over the side of the mountain. For hours they were unable to account for all the bodies, but a flight log tentatively identified the victims. Two blue sleeves from sailors uniforms were recovered. one with three white stripes sewed on it and the other with a red hash mark. The crash occurred in a rugged section of the mountains known as The Rocks at the junction of old San Juan road and Monterey highway in San Benito county.
--Madera Tribune, Madera, California, December 6, 1948
 
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Agapito Vallejo Jr.
Agapito Vallejo Jr.
Agapito Vallejo Jr.
Merced, CA - On Sunday September 27th, Agapito "Pete" Vallejo Jr. passed away peacefully at home from a heart related illness at 62 years of age. Agapito "Pete" was one of seven children born to Frances Pineda and Agapito Vallejo Sr. Pete grew up in the Salinas area and although he ventured elsewhere, he always made his way back. Pete was a tremendously hard worker and spent most of his time putting food on the table. In his spare time he enjoyed watching 49er football and fishing in Moss Landing and Monterey Bay. Pete had a lively personality and brilliant smile.
Petes passing succeeds his late wife and mother of his six children, Judy Vallejo, who lost her battle with cancer in December 2014. Pete was remarried in may of 2016 to Narzarina " Nery" Infante, who was loving and loyal to the end. Agapito is survived by his wife Nery, and his children, Peter Vallejo, Jennifer Simmons, Ladonna Vargas, Yvonne Diaz, Crystal Strothers, and Joline Murillo, as well as numerous grandchildren.
He will be missed beyond measure and always in the hearts of those who knew him.
Funeral Services will be held, Thursday, October 8, 2020 at 10:00 AM at the Family Christian Center, 111 Prado St. Salinas, CA 93906.
Burial will follow at the Queen of Heaven Cemetery, 18200 Damian Way, Salinas, CA.
 
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Agnes Banning
Agnes Banning
Mrs. Agnes Gertrude Banning, wife of Mr. Edwin T. Banning, died in Glendale, California, last week.
--Newport Mercury, Newport, Rhode Island, March 10, 1928 Page 1
 
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Agnes Byers
Agnes Byers
Agnes Jane Byers
A native of Nipissing Twp., and resident of Callander, Agnes Jane Byers of RR 1 Callander, died Saturday as the result of an automobile accident on Wasi Road. She was 73.
The funeral service will be conducted Tuesday at 3 p.m. at the Paul Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will be at Nipissing Cemetery.
Friends may pay their respects at the Paul Funeral Home after 2 p.m. today.
Born Nov. 13, 1905 in Nipissing Twp., Mrs. Byers was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McConnell of Hotham, Ont.
On June 3, 1925, she married Levi Byers in Hotham.
She is survived by her husband, three sons; Wilburn of Callander, Samuel of Dunnville, Thomas of Chatham; seven daughters: Mrs. Eric Hazelwood (Violet) of Powassan, Mrs. Hector Bayliss (Greta) of Hamilton, Mrs. Clarence Hazelwood (Gwen) of Renfrew, Mrs. Norman Trainer (Marjorie) of Port Sydney, Mrs. Tom Masson (Gladys) of Callander, Wilda Byers of New Brunswick and Evelyn Byers of Toronto. She was predeceased by one son, Andy.
Also surviving are two brothers: Truman McConnell of Barrie, and Manson McConnell of Callander, and six sisters: Mrs. Jim Duggan (Queenie) of Gravenhurst, Mrs. Everett Grawbarger (Eva) of Powassan, Mrs. Alex Byers (Mabel) of Callander, Mrs. Kitchener Grawbarger (Susan) of South River, Mrs. Victor Grawbarger (Mary) of Capreol and Mrs. Norman Fryer (Gertie) of North Bay.
Mrs. Byers is also survived by 29 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
--North Bay Nugget, Nov 12, 1979 Page 2
 
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Agnes Byers
Agnes Byers
Worden, Agnes E. - The death of Agnes E. Worden of St. Martins occurred on Thursday, February 5, 1998 at the Saint John Regional Hospital. Born in Hampton, N.B. She was the daughter of the late John B. and Della (Vaughan) Scovil. She is survived by one son J. Howard Worden (Shirley) of St. Martins, one brother, Lorne Scovil, two sisters Edna (Mrs. Roy Hughes) and Mrs. Ina McInerney, also four grandchildren, Leonard Worden (Michelle), Nancy (Cecil) Bradford, Sharon Worden and Janice (Jeff) Solomon, ten great grandchildren, three great great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by three husbands, Ross Worden, Percy Kaye and Levi Byers, three sisters Pearl Hughes, Lillian Wilkinson and Blanche Campbell and one granddaughter, Kathy Worden.
Resting at Fundy Funeral Home, 230 Westmorland Road, Saint John, (646-2424) on Sunday 2-4 and 7-9. The service will be held on Monday at 2 p.m. from Fundy Funeral Home Chapel with interment at Ocean View to follow. A reception for family and friends will follow at the Fundy Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers if you wish a donation may be made to the charity of your choice.
 
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Agnes Byers
Agnes Byers
Agnes Byers
Final tribute was paid Tuesday to Callander resident Agnes Byers who died Saturday, She was 73. Funeral service was held at 3 p.m. at Paul
Funeral Chapel with Rev. Gordon Hazelwood officiating and John Richards and Gerald Lonsway assisting. Interment was at Nipissing Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Lawrence, Victor and Kevin Byers, Bob King, Melville McConnell and Basil Towns.
--North Bay Nugget, North Bay, Ontario, November 14, 1979 Page 35
 
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Agnes Hazelwood Obituary
Agnes Hazelwood Obituary
Mrs. Herbert Hazelwood
Mattawa Dec. 25 -- Christmas morning at eight o'clock the death of Mrs. Herbert Hazelwood occured at her residence in Papineau Township near here. The deceased woman had been in poor health for several years and at different periods during that time had been a patient in Toronto General Hospital. The late Mrs. Hazelwood was a woman of middle-aged, an Anglican in religion, a devoted wife and mother and a friend to the whole community. When the Women's Institute of Mattawa was organized, she was it's first president and remained in that position for many years. She was widely known in Mattawa and vicinity having resided here during most of her married life. Besides her husband a family of grown children survive, two sons still residing at home. The funeral will be held on Sunday at one p.m.
--North Bay Nugget, December 26, 1931 Page 2
 
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Agnes McCrory
Agnes McCrory
Peacefully on September 25, 2019 with her family at her side, at the age of 93. Beloved wife of Frank for 63 years. Cherished mother of Robert, Ron (Kathy), John (Sue), Grant and Carolann (Peter Berwaldt). Loved Grandma of Michael, Monica (Bill Doidge), Ryan, Preston, Paisley and Spencer McCrory and Trevor, Brittany, Braden (Kyla) Berwaldt. Dear Step-Grandma of Gonzo (Corrine) Ava, Layla Soto. Loved Great-Grandma of Nick, Rory, Joel and Alexis Doidge. Dear sister of Eddie (Janet) and Victor (Lena) Hazelwood and sister-in-law of Mervin Byers. Predeceased by her dear siblings Norm (Fran) Hazelwood, Olive (Charles) McGregor and Ruth Byers. Agnes will be remembered for her strong faith, cheerful optimism, joyous laugh and devotion to her family and friends. Agnes supported many charities during her life. Those wishing to make a donation may select a charity of their choice or help a friend in need. The family welcome friends to visitations on Wednesday October 2 from 2-4 and from 7-9 and to the funeral service on October 3 at 2 pm at Dodsworth and Brown Funeral Home 378 Wilson St E Ancaster followed by internment at White Chapel Cemetery and luncheon following.
 
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Aileen Ezzy
Aileen Ezzy
 
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Alan Van Iderstine
Alan Van Iderstine
VAN IDERSTINE - Dec. 30th, 1968. Alan George aged 42 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Doreen W. Van Derstine, 2615 35th St. S.W. Born at Moose Jaw, Sask., Mr. Van Iderstine had lived in Calgary since 1952 where he operated Equipment Rentals. Вesides his loving wife, he is survived by his darents, Mr. and Mrs. George Van iderstine, Saskatoon, a brother, Ken Van Iderstine, Moose Jaw, assister, Mrs. Vern (Joan) King, Kenora, Ont. Services conducted by Rev. Dr. Robert Tillman will be held in McINNIS and HOLLOWAY'S "Park Memorial Chapel" (15th Ave, and 4th St. S.W.) Thursday at 3:30 p.m. Interment Queen's Park Cemetery.
--Calgary Herald, December 31, 1968 Page 28
 
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Albert King
Albert King
KING, Albert Lawrence -- At his residence, Lanark, Ont, on Sunday, Feb. 13, 1972, in his 60th year, beloved husband of Myrtle Yuill, son of Mrs. Carrie King, Almonte, Ont." and the late William King, dear father of Erma (Mrs, William Pretty), and William of Smiths Falls, Carmel (Mrs. Don Wakeling), Lombardy, Adeline (Mrs. Jim McCord), Perth and Steven at home. Resting at Young's Funeral Home, Lanark. Service Wednesday, Feb. 16 at 1.30 at the funeral home, Interment Clayton Cemetery.
--The Ottawa Journal, February 15, 1972 Page 26
 
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Aleida Clark
Aleida Clark
MRS. ALEIDA CLARK
PRATTSBURG - Mrs. Aleida Clark, 87, of Mill Street, Prattsburg, died yesterday (April 28, 1969) in the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown. She was born in Prattsburgh. She was a member of the Prattsburg Presbyterian Church, an honorary member of the Narcissa Prentiss Circle of that church. She was a district school teacher for 28 years. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Janis Van Amburg of Prattsburg; two sisters, Mrs. John Hoffman of Avoca and Mrs. Fred McCormick of Wayland; one grandchild and four great-grandchildren. The body is at the Bottom Funeral Home here where friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. today Funeral and committal services will be there at 7:30 p.m. today. Burial in Prattsburgh Rural Cemetery.
 
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Alex Byers
Alex Byers
BYERS, John Alexander (Alex) - At North Bay General Hospital, Scollard Site, on Sunday, August 13, 1995 in his 94th year. Alex Byers, beloved husband of Mabel Viola (McConnell), Powassan. Loving father of Hilda (husband Eugene Hersemeyer), Lawrence (wife Lila), Maurice (wife Shirley) and Lyle (wife Eunice), all of Callander; Mervin (wife Ruth), Mattawa; Vivian (husband Ranald McKee), Thornloe; Margaret (husband Dan Watson), Richmond, Virginia; Thelma Byers, North Bay; Victor, North Bay. Dear brother of Gordon (wife Winnie), Powassan; Irvin (wife Hilda), Callander; Esther (husband Bert Johnson), Callander; Frances Radkey, Cambridge. Predeceased by his brothers Bill, Levi and Enos Byers and sisters Mary Turcotte and Eliza Grawbarger. Loving grandfather of 21 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. The family will receive visitors at the Paul Funeral Home, Powassan (705)724-2024 on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral service in the chapel on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Interment Nipissing Cemetery.
 
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Alex Hazelwood
Alex Hazelwood
Alexander Herbert Hazelwood of Almonte, Ontario passed away on September 29, at the age of 85. After a valiant fight with cancer, Alex died peacefully surrounded by family. He is survived by his wife Annie (McGee-Hartman).
Alex was born in Mattawa to parents Herbert & Esther Hazelwood on May 6, 1937. His family moved to the farm when he was around the age of 7 and lived alongside his grandparents, Alexander & Delilah Munro. His siblings were Gordon, Donald [Deceased] (Marjorie Richards) Della [Deceased] (Gerald Clark), Clarence (Gwen Byers), Keith [Deceased] (Donna MacLean), Garry [Deceased] (Audrey Smith) and Isabelle (Wallace Eady). Alex married Jean (Gray) in 1957. Jean died of cancer in 1991.
At the age of 54 Alex was fortunate to meet and marry Annie who has stayed by his side over the past 30 years.
He is survived by his children Donna (Kevin Hunter) Linda (Randy Brown), Susan, Diane, Bill (Kim Alexson), Nancy, Michael (Tafline Triska) and Timothy. He is survived by his stepchildren Helen (Tom Gray) and Paul (Cathy Hagon). Annie has the following step children: Judy (Earl Kerr), Sandra (Tony Linardic), Dolores (Bob Trask), Nancy (Len Stroeder), Brenda ( deceased) ( Richard Haines), Louie (Shelley) Hartman. There are 19 grandchildren.
Alex leaves behind 23 Grandchildren, (Jason, Alana, Tara, Rachel, Miranda, Abigail, Shadé, Kaylee, KatieSue, Ashley, Aaron, Shianna, Riley, Dylan, Jonathon, Jordan, Maverick, Lawson, Chace, Matthew, Rebecca, Andrew, Emily) and 13 Great Grandchildren (Kaysa, Dax, Chloe, Judah, Isola, Coco, Patience, Jeremy, Hunter, Zoe, Ford, Mason, Mariana).
Family and Friends May Visit C.R. Gamble Funeral Home & Chapel Inc. (127 Church St., Almonte, ON. 613-256-3313)
On Friday October 7, 2022 from 2-4pm & 6?8pm. The Funeral will be held at 1281 Rae Road in Almonte, (please follow the road signs) at 1:00 pm on Saturday, October 8, 2022 with a viewing to start at 11:30am. Interment will follow in Guthrie United Cemetery (Clayton). Catered Luncheon after the graveside service at 1281 Rae Road.
 
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Alex Munro
Alex Munro
--The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Ontario, June 3, 1975 Page 60
 
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Alexander Kier
Alexander Kier
 
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Alice Buffam
Alice Buffam
--The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Ontario, August 16, 1980
 
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Alice Fowler
Alice Fowler
--The Chilliwack Progress, Chilliwack, British Columbia, October 21, 1997
 
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Alice Hathaway
Alice Hathaway
Alice Hathaway
Tupper Lake - Mrs. Alice Hathaway, 88. of Moody Road died Tuesday at 9:05 am. at Mercy General Hospital. She had been a patient there about five weeks.
She was born in Lewis, the daughter of John Johnson and Sarah McBride, Her husband, Charles Hathaway, died in Tupper Lake in 1931. Since his death she has operated Hillcrest Farms, a tourist home at Moody.
Survivors include: three grandchildren Mrs. Francis (Shirley) Sabatino of Mechanicville: Charles Hathaway of Clifton Park, and Robin McDougal of Fairbanks, Alaska: 10 great-grandchildren, two great-great grandchildren; and a nephew, Wilbur Wrigley of Tupper Lake.
Services were held today at 10 am at St. Thomas Episcopal Church with the Rev. Michael Kundrat officiating and at St Thomas Cemetery.
--Adirondack Daily Enterprise, Saranac Lake Page 2
 
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Alice Wilson
Alice Wilson
WILSON, Alice Sybil - On Thursday, August 3rd, 2017, Alice Wilson of London at the age of 81 went home to be with her Lord. Beloved wife of Ron for 62 years. Dear mother of Gloria Hillier (Gary), London; Perry Wilson (Mirjam), Scarborough; Dr. Colleen Flynn (Keith), Waterloo; and Bradley Wilson (Dianne), Guelph. Proud grandmother of Sarah Ebert (Michael), Sheena Bialas (Brandon), Shannon Westacott (Matthew), Jacob Wilson, Drew Wilson (Maddie), Rachel Wilson, Amelia Flynn, Kevin Flynn, and Alicia Flynn. Loved by seven great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Visitation will be held on Sunday from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. at SOUTHDALE BIBLE CHAPEL, 1214 Southdale Road East, London where the funeral service will be conducted on Monday, August 7th, 2017 at 1:00 p.m., with visitation one hour prior. Interment at Pond Mills Cemetery, 600 Pond Mills Road, London. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Alice are asked to consider Missionary Ventures Canada, The Gideons International in Canada or Compassion Canada.
 
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Alicia Poirier
Alicia Poirier
The family announces with great sadness her passing on Saturday, July 19th, 2014 at the age of 15 years. Cherished daughter of and Angela (née King) Poirier (Dan Quenneville) of Azilda and Gregory Poirier of Mississauga. Dear sister of Kassandra Poirier of Barrie, Josée Rainville (Kyle Dean) of Chelmsford, Max Quenneville and Sierra Quenneville both of Oshawa. Sadly missed by her nieces Emma and Lily. Beloved granddaughter of Stanley and Lillian King of Blind River, Gilbert “Skid” and Louise Quenneville of Chelmsford, Mike and Diane Doucette of Algoma Mills. Dear godchild of Dany and Vickie Knapp of Innisfil. Loving remembered by many cousins, uncles, aunts, extended family and friends. The family will receive relatives and friends at the COOPERATIVE FUNERAL HOME, 4691 RR 15, Chelmsford on Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9:30 p.m. Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated on Thursday at 11 a.m. at St-Alexander Church, Chelmsford.
 
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Alma Byers
Alma Byers
BYERS: Alma Nina - At Dufferin Area Hospital on Friday, September 7, 1973, beloved wife of William James Byers; dear mother of Mrs. Jorden Johnston and Borden Campbell. Service was held at the Dods Funeral Home, Orangeville, on Tuesday at 11 a.m. Interment Glendale Memorial Gardens.
--The death notice appeared in the classifieds on 12-Sep-1973
 
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Almonte Seaman Accidentally Killed
Almonte Seaman Accidentally Killed
The Ottawa Journal
Ottawa, Ontario
 
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Althea Harneck
Althea Harneck
 
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Amelia Tweed
Amelia Tweed
--The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Ontario, November 10, 1959
 
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An Eccentric Miser
An Eccentric Miser
--New Ulm Review, New Ulm, Minnesota, January 14, 1880 Page 1
 
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Andrew Byers
Andrew Byers
BYERS - Suddenly at Chatham on Saturday, Sept. 23, 1967, Andrew David Byers, in his 29th year, dear son of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Byers of R.R. No. 2, Sundridge. Resting at the Paul Funeral Home, Powassan. Service in the chapel on Tuesday at 4 p.m. Interment Nipissing Cemetery.
--North Bay Nugget, North Bay, Ontario, September 25, 1967 Page 3
 
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Andrew Byers
Andrew Byers
A. D. Byers
POWASSAN (Staff)-A former resident of Callander and Sundridge, Andrew David Byers of Wellington St., Chatham, died suddenly at his home Saturday. He was 28.
Final respects may be paid at the Paul Funeral Home in Powassan, where Verdun Batstone will conduct the funeral service in the chapel Tuesday at 4 p.m. Interment will be at Nipissing Cemetery.
Born at Callander May 25, 1939, Mr. Byers was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Byers of Sundridge. He lived at Callander until 1964, when he moved to Sundridge. In 1966, he went to Chatham, where he was employed as an automotive glass installer.
He attended Callander Public School and Algonquin Composite School in North Bay. He attended the Undenominational Church.
Surviving are his parents; three brothers, Wilburn of Callander, Sam of Dunnville and Tommy of Chatham; seven sisters, Mrs. T. Mason (Gladys) of Callander, Wilda of London, Evelyn of North Bay, Mrs. E. Hazelwood (Violet) of Callander, Mrs. H. Bayliss (Greta) of Hamilton, Mrs. C. Hazelwood (Gwen) of Almonte and Marjorie of Sunbridge.
--North Bay Nugget, North Bay, Ontario, September 25, 1967 Page 3
 
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Andrew Weyer
Andrew Weyer
WEYER, Andrew Patrick
October 17, 1930 - June 15, 2016
Friends and family are invited to a graveside service for A. Patrick Weyer, 85, of North Bend, at 11:00 am, on Saturday, June 25th, 2016, at Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery, 63060 Millington Frontage Road, Coos Bay, followed by a celebration of life at Black Market Gourmet, 495 Central Ave., Coos Bay, from noon to 3:00 pm.
Pat was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, October 17, 1930, to Andrew and Jane Weyer. He passed away on June 15, 2016, in North Bend, Oregon. He is preceded in death by his daughter, Laura Ann Weyer. He is survived by his wife, Ruth (Evenson) of 55 years, and three children: Rob Weyer and wife Betsy of Boston, Massachusetts; Ron Weyer and wife Kimberly of Snohomish, Washington; Andrea Sharman and husband Kent of North Bend, OR. Pat gave generously of his time and talents to his eight grandchildren: grandsons Austin, Casey, Eric, Joe, Andy and his fiancé Carina, and granddaughters Alexa, Anya, and Claire. He is also survived by two older brothers; Bill Weyer of West Virginia and Joe Weyer of Spokane, WA. He has many beloved nieces and nephews who have enriched his life.
Pat moved with his family to Spokane, WA in 1936, where he spent the remainder of his childhood. He served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War, from 1950 to 1954. He then lived and worked in several states before moving his family to Oregon in 1964, where he worked as a maintenance supervisor for Menasha and Weyerhaeuser. He made many lifelong friends before retiring in 1993. Pat enjoyed a lifetime of hunting and fishing with close friends and family. He later took up woodworking and it gave him great pleasure to share his beautiful pieces of work. Pat had a passion for studying history and was a very well-read and self-educated man. He always had a story to share, which many times turned to a joke, catching one off guard. In the last ten years, he and Ruth found joy in the rich friendships they made in the Oregon Old Time Fiddlers association, while Pat accompanied the group as lead harmonica, playing throughout the county and state. We loved listening while he played our favorites, and we looked forward to hearing his latest joke or two. Pat, Dad, Grandpa, will always be in our hearts.
Contributions in Pat's memory may be made to the scholarship fund of District 5 of the Old Time Fiddlers Association (OOTFA), C/O Julie Toney, First Community Credit "Union, 150 Johnson Ave, Coos Bay, OR 97420
Arrangements are under the direction of Nelson's Bay Area Mortuary, 405 Elrod Ave., Coos Bay, OR (541)267-4216
--Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Washington, June 22, 2016.
 
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Ann Stearns
Ann Stearns
STEARNS-At the residence of her daughter, Miss Lucinda Boland, Russell, Ont., on Saturday, December 23, 1939. Ann Burroughs, widow of Benjamin Stearns, in her 97th year. Funeral took place from above address on Sunday, December 24th, at 1.30 p.m., with interment in Russell United cemetery.
--The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Ontario, December 26, 1939 Page 14
 
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Annah King
Annah King
Mrs. W.M. King
Nipissing - A resident of Nipissing most of her life, Mrs. William Murdock King, who leaves 245 direct descendants, died Tuesday at Eastholme, Powassan, following a lengthy illness. She was 88.
Friends may pay their respects at the Paul Funeral Home, Powassan, where the funeral service will be conducted in the chapel Friday at 2 p.m. by Fergus McElrea. Interment will at Nipissing Cemetery.
Rhoda Annah King was born Sept. 4, 1881, at Parham, Ont., daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Parker Perry. She came to Nipissing as a young girl with her parents. Her marriage to William Murdock King took place at Powassan Sept. 20, 1897.
Predeceased by her husband in 1944, Mrs. King is survived by seven sons: William and Daniel, Nipissing; John, Powassan; Joe, Little Current; George and Henry, Sudbury and Simon, Trout Creek; four daughters: Mrs. R. Busby (Florence), Iron Bridge; Mrs. M. Yerkie (Jean), Nipissing; Mrs. Fred Young (Ruth), Powassan and Mrs. Wesley Watson (Ethel), Hamilton; 62 grandchildren, 158 great-grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. J.B. McCollom (Nellie), Oliver, B.C.
Mrs. King was predeceased by two daughters.
--North Bay Nugget, North Bay, Ontario, January 14, 1970 Page 5
 
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AnnaMarie (Hazelwood) Huset, Evansville, WI (1961-2015)
AnnaMarie (Hazelwood) Huset, Evansville, WI (1961-2015)
AnnaMarie (Hazelwood) Huset, Evansville, WI (1961-2015)
September 21, 1961 - February 18, 2015
AnnaMarie (Hazelwood) Huset, age 53, of Evansville, WI, passed away at home on Feb. 18, 2015, after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born on Sept. 21, 1961, in Concord, CA, to Robert Hazelwood and Barbara (Schultz) Hazelwood. AnnaMarie married David Huset on Jan. 31, 1987. They have one son, Anthony Huset. AnnaMarie grew up in Houston, TX, where she attended St. Thomas More Grade School and graduated from St. Agnes Academy High School in 1980. AnnaMarie graduated from Duke University with a B.S. in Geology in 1984, then went on to graduate school at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, receiving an M.S. in Geology in 1987. From 2006 until 2014, she worked at the University of Wisconsin Soil and Plant Analysis Lab as a Research Specialist.
AnnaMarie cherished her family and was very proud of her son, Anthony. She loved the natural world and all animals, especially her dogs and other pets. AnnaMarie had a green thumb for gardening, treasured her houseplants, and nurtured an impressive orchid collection. She enjoyed all types of exercise from martial arts to zumba, and yoga to Tai Chi. AnnaMarie loved travel and reading, and had a lifelong desire to learn. One of AnnaMarie's friends said, “It's not about the bucket list, it's about the lives touched.” And AnnaMarie was a special person who touched the lives of so many. She inspired a great web of friends and family who admired her quick wit, intellect, enthusiasm for life, and zest for learning. She fought her almost four-year battle with ovarian cancer with quiet strength and never lost her sense of humor along the way. She will be remembered as a caring, kind, and compassionate woman.
AnnaMarie is survived by her parents, Robert and Barbara Hazelwood of Georgetown, TX; her husband, David of Evansville; and her son, Anthony, who is attending college at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. She is also survived by three brothers-in-law and their families in northern Wisconsin; and an uncle, two aunts, and many cousins in California.
Funeral services will be held at 12 Noon on Saturday, Feb. 28, at ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH in Evansville, with Father Kevin Dooley officiating. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. until the time of service at the CHURCH. Memorials may be made to the Best Friends Animal Society or The Nature Conservancy. WARD-HURTLEY FUNERAL HOME is assisting the family.
-- GazetteXtra.com, Janesville, Wisconsin, February 23, 2015
 
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Anne Banning
Anne Banning
--The Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa, Ontario, November 27, 2000
 
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Annie Tobin
Annie Tobin
Ann "Annie" Brokaw Tobin, 71, beloved wife, mother, sister and friend, passed away after a valiant battle with cancer on December 5. Having just celebrated her 49th wedding anniversary, she died peacefully in her home in Sebastopol, CA. Annie is survived by her faithful and loving husband, Michael Tobin, who fought alongside her until her last breath and by her three children, Patrick Tobin (Meytal Markman), Molly Garvey (Travis Garvey) and Cathleen Hanagan (Thomas Hanagan). She is also survived by her six siblings: John Brokaw, Susie Weichselbaum, William Brokaw, Karen Steggall, Peter Brokaw and Jean Sellnau.
Annie was born to the late John and Patricia Brokaw in East Orange, New Jersey in 1947, the eldest of seven children. The family relocated to Palatine, Illinois where she graduated from Palatine High School. Ready for some sunshine, Annie moved to Manhattan Beach in Southern California. It was here she met (several times) the love of her life, Michael Tobin. Worn down by his wit and charm, Annie agreed to go on a date with the young USC Business School grad from San Francisco; and the rest, as they say, is history. Annie and Mike were married in November of 1969 and lived in Breckenridge, CO and Bothell, WA before settling in Marin County in the Bay Area. With three children at St. Raphael's in San Rafael and then Marin Catholic College Prep, Annie dedicated her life to her children and their education. She volunteered in their schools and served as President of the Parents' Club for several years at both schools. With her children grown, Annie took a new calling, volunteering as a Godmother at Timothy Murphy School for Boys at St. Vincent's in San Rafael. She helped give a maternal touch to boys faced with growing up with little family support. Annie was also a master candle maker and crafter. She loved creating handmade cards and leading classes with her friends to create the perfect card for her loved ones, preferably with Chardonnay tasting of oak and butter in hand. She was happiest when playing with her seven amazing grandchildren, Sean and Sarah Tobin, Ciaran, Conor and Ashlin Garvey and Gillian and Ryan Hanagan.
In 2004, Annie and Mike decided to search for a family home in Sonoma County, a place where the family would always be able to gather. They found their perfect spot in West Sonoma County in the Russian River Valley, on the banks of the Russian River, where Annie discovered her paradise. In love with the vineyards, orchards and fresh air, Annie and Mike made their house into the warmest home where all of the kids, grandkids and friends would gather. It was here, with the priceless view of the green rolling hills and vineyards, that Annie first staged her battle with renal cancer. She faced this challenge as she had everything in her life; with grace, strength, humor and the unwavering support of family and friends. Mike never left her side, tending to her with awe-inspiring strength and tenderness. The connection between them is a true and unconditional love that inspires everyone around them.
Annie will be remembered as a dedicated wife, fantastic mother, loving grandmother and genuine soul who will always be with us. She led everything she did in life with grace and wit, always putting others needs before her own, and with a smile that filled the room.
A funeral mass and celebration will be held Thursday, December 13 at 11:00AM at St. Philips the Apostle in Occidental, CA, followed by a luncheon reception at the Union Hotel. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Godmothers of Timothy Murphy School for Boys in Annie's name. It was her special
 
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Annie Willis
Annie Willis
--The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Ontario, April 12, 1976
 
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Anthony A. Swalwell
Anthony A. Swalwell
ANTHONY A. STALWELL
Following a lengthy illness, the death of Anthony A. Swalwell occurred at his home, 181 Klock avenue, at about 5.30 o'clock, Saturday afternoon, April 25, in his 80th year, Mr. Swalwell had been a resident of North Bay for 11 years coming from Restoule, Ontario.
Rev. G. O. Cox, Nipissing, will officiate at the funeral service at the family residence at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Interment will be at Terrace Lawn cemetery.
Born in the township of Alice, Mr. Swalwell married the former Susan Delilah Edwards there in 1872.
Besides his wife, Mr. Swalwell is survived by eight children, Mrs. Charles McConnell, Mrs. Joseph McConnell, Nipissing; Thomas Swalwell, Carr, On.; Mrs. Alma Boxall, Restoule; Mrs. F, Bruce, Matheson; Gertrude, Elizabeth and Walter, all of North Bay; also one brother, James, Tacoma, Wash.; and one sister, Sarah Swalwell, Everett, Wash.
--North Bay Nugget, North Bay, Ontario, April 27, 1936 Page 8
 
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Antoinette Hinton
Antoinette Hinton
HINTON--In this city, March 19, 1907, at her late residence, 1661 Octavia street, Antoinette Wright Hinton, beloved mother of Russell Hinton, a native of Connecticut, aged 53 years 10 months and 2 days. (New York and New Haven, Conn., papers please copy.) Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services today (Friday), March 22, at 1:30 o'clock p.m. at All Saints' Church, Waller street, near Masonic avenue. Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery, by carriage.
--The San Francisco Call, San Francisco, California, March 22, 1907 Page 15
 

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