Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Niehaus, Charles
appeared in Acton Free Press (Acton, ON), 18 Mar 1915, p. 2, column 2

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Just three weeks after the death of his partner in life Mr. Charles Niehaus passed away at his home, 131 Howland Avenue, Toronto. He had been in poor health for some time but his death on Sunday was unexpected. This second bereavement coming so soon after the death of their mother is a great sorrow to their son and daughter, Fred and Katie, who are the sole survivors of the home. Sincere sympathy is extended to them by their friends here. Mr. Niehaus was the founder of the Gold Medal Furniture Co., Toronto, an industry which prospered under his management. He lived in Milton for many years. It was while in business that he married Miss Margaret Campbell, his late wife. They moved to Toronto in 1885. The late Mr. Niehaus was in his 73rd year. He was a Liberal in politics and an elder in St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Tioronto, for a number of year. He was a prominent Mason, being affiliated with St. Clair Lodge, A.F. & A.M., Milton, for many years. Mrs. Charles Cluthe, of New York, a sister, survives him.
The funeral was held on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Cameron, Mr. Robert Campbell and Mr. John Black attended from Acton.

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Niehaus, Charles