Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Cripps, James Henry
appeared in Acton Free Press (Acton, ON), 28 Jan 1915, p. 2, column 2

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After several years of ill health and at times of intense suffering John Henry Cripps passed away at his home lot 3, con. 1, Erin, near Crewson, on Sunday morning. He was in his seventieth year and was born on his father's farm, the town line of Erin and Eramosa, a short distance from his own late homestead. Paul Cripps, his father, died five years ago in his ninety-fifth year. He settled on the farm at the time of his marriage to Elizabeth Coleman, forty four years ago. Mrs. Cripps survives him, their two children dying in infancy. William E., a foster son, who has been to Mr. and Mrs. Cripps a worthy son indeed, is also left. In addition to his work on the farm Mr. Cripps was also an experienced carpenter. He was a quiet friendly man, a good neighbor and enjoyed the esteem of all. He was a member of the Disciples' Church, at Everton, in which church the funeral service was held on Tuesday afternoon, Rev. J. D. Stephen, Hillsburg, officiating. Mr. Cripps was a member of the I.O.F. at Eden Mills and a number of the members attended the funeral. His surviving brothers and sisters are Alexander and William, Mrs. James Stephenson, Eramosa; Mrs. Alex. McIntosh, Crewsons Corners; Mrs. Wm. Anderson, Acton; Misses Cynthia and Emma, at home.

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Cripps, James Henry