Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Kennedy, Angus, Mrs. (née Tyrrell)
appeared in Acton Free Press (Acton, ON), 7 Feb 1907, p. 3, column 2

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A Happy Home Bereft.
Last Saturday death came very unexpectedly to the home of Mr. Angus Kennedy and removed his beloved partner. Mrs. Kennedy has been suffering from la grippe for several weeks, and her system being previously run down she did not recuperate and sudden collapse followed. Mrs. Kennedy was the daughter of the late Donald Tyrrell, one of the early settlers of this part of the province. Back in the forties and fifties he operated a stage line between Guelph and Hamilton. He died in Georgetown in 1887. After his death deceased resided with her aunt Mrs. Peter McCann, Acton, until her marriage to her bereft husband in 1894. Two little daughters, Tessie ten years of age and Tena six, and a baby boy of three or four months, are left and will sadly miss their fond mother's love and care. A brother and a sister, Mr. Arthur Tyrrell, Steward of the Muskoka Cottage Sanitarium, Gravenhurst, and Mrs. Thos. E. Gibbons, Oxbow, Sask., and a half brother, Mr. John E. Tyrrell, a member of the Legislature of Michigan, survive. The funeral was held on Tuesday forenoon to St. Joseph Church, where Rev. Father Fenney spoke fervent and tender words concerning the deceased and sympathy for the bereft ones. Interment took place at Dublin Cemetery.

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Kennedy, Angus, Mrs. (née Tyrrell)