Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Cripps, Ernest, Mrs. (née Permillia Travis)
appeared in Acton Free Press (Acton, ON), 4 Mar 1915, p. 2, column 3


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CHURCHILL
This community was stirred with sorrow at the sudden death on Thursday of Permellia Travis, the wife of Ernest Cripps, resulting from childbirth. The sorrowing husband is left with a family of six children, the eldest of whom is only fifteen. Mrs. Cripps was a daughter of Morris Travis. The family lived for several years in Acton whence they removed to Mrs. Alex. Russell's farm, lot 2, fourth line, Erin. Mrs. Cripps was a very industrious little woman and a worthy helpmeet to her husband. She attended the Congregational Church here. The funeral on Sunday afternoon was largely attended. It was conducted by Rev. Mr. Howarth in the absence of Rev. Mr. Patterson, who was in Toronto for Sunday. Interment took place at Fairview Cemetery, Acton. The pall bearers were John McLean, Robt, Kerr, Clinton Swackhamer, Peter Murray, George Barnaby and Fred Ryder. Mr. and Mrs. Cripps were married on the home on which she died. At Christmas Mrs. Cripps superintended the preparation and fowarding a box of supplies for the needy Belgians.

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Genealogical Resource
Newspaper
Item Type:
Clippings
Date of Publication:
4 Mar 1915
Last Name(s):
Cripps
Travis
Local identifier:
Halton.BMD.58663
Language of Item:
English
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Cripps, Ernest, Mrs. (née Permillia Travis)