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  • Decade: 1890-1899
  • Decade: 1890-1899
  • Grummett, Emily
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 23 Jan 1890, p. 3     KNATCHBULL. Miss Emily, youngest daughter of Matthew Grummett, who has been suffering with consumption for some time, died about 7 o'clock on Friday morning last, aged 22 years and 7 months. The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, and a large concourse of relatives and ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 23 Jan 1890, p. 3   KNATCHBULL. Miss Emily, youngest daughter of Matthew Grummett, who has been suffering ...
  • Lawrence, Gerard W.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Jan 1890, p. 3     MILTON.Information has been received from Minnesota of the sudden death by accident of Gerard W. Lawrence, a native of Halton county. He is a brother of W. A. Lawrence, of Milton, clerk of the Surrogate Court...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Jan 1890, p. 3   MILTON.Information has been received from Minnesota of the sudden death by accident ...
  • Sutton, Thomas
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Jan 1890, p. 3     ERIN.Mr. Thomas Sutton, Erin, who was injured about four weeks ago by a scaffolding pole falling from the barn and striking him on the back of the head, paralyzing the whole body, died last Sunday night. He was sensible and could speak up to the last. The deceased was highly ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Jan 1890, p. 3   ERIN.Mr. Thomas Sutton, Erin, who was injured about four weeks ago by ...
  • Campbell, O., Mr.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Jan 1890, p. 3     GEORGETOWN.An old man named O. Campbell, of Georgetown, was killed at Salmonville last week while engaged cutting trees. He was crushed in two by being pinned between two trees...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Jan 1890, p. 3   GEORGETOWN.An old man named O. Campbell, of Georgetown, was killed at Salmonville ...
  • Preston, Lewis
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Jan 1890, p. 3     CAMPBELLVILLE.For the last two or three years Mr. Lewis Preston, son of Mrs. James Preston residing two miles from here, has been ailing. His affliction was a painful one and developed into an internal cancer. Some few weeks ago he went to Brampton to his sister's home to have it ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Jan 1890, p. 3   CAMPBELLVILLE.For the last two or three years Mr. Lewis Preston, son of ...
  • Patterson, John Sr., Mrs.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Jan 1890, p. 3     MOFFATT.Mrs. John Patterson, sr., of the first concession of this township, has been for some time past complaining of asthma and affection of the heart. She was taken down some time since with the influenza which developed into bronchitis, last week, and on Saturday morning last she passed ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 30 Jan 1890, p. 3   MOFFATT.Mrs. John Patterson, sr., of the first concession of this township, has ...
  • Barbaree, Stephen, Mrs.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 6 Feb 1890, p. 3     KNATCHBULL.The funeral of the late Mrs. Stephen Barberee took place on Sunday at 9 o'clock, and her remains were interred in the Ebenezer cemetery. The Rev. Messrs. Hough and Williams conducted the burial services at the grave, after which Rev. Mr. Hough delivered a very impressive discourse ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 6 Feb 1890, p. 3   KNATCHBULL.The funeral of the late Mrs. Stephen Barberee took place on Sunday ...
  • Laing, Adam, Mrs.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 6 Feb 1890, p. 3     Death of Mrs. A. Laing.The death of the partner in life of Mr. Adam Laing on Friday evening was a severe blow to the family and friends. She had been ill a little over a week with inflammation of the lungs and suffered very much but her sufferings were borne ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 6 Feb 1890, p. 3   Death of Mrs. A. Laing.The death of the partner in life of ...
  • Laing, Nathaniel
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 13 Feb 1890, p. 3     KNATCHBULL.Mr. Nathaniel Laing, formerly of Eden Mills, and who has been employed for McLean & McRobbie, who have a large farm near Portage la Prairie, died on Tuesday, 4th inst. His remains arrived by train at Guelph, on Saturday, and thence to the Presbyterian cemetery, Eden Mills, for ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 13 Feb 1890, p. 3   KNATCHBULL.Mr. Nathaniel Laing, formerly of Eden Mills, and who has been employed ...
  • Dahl, Catharine, Mrs.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 13 Feb 1890, p. 3     ERIN.In Erin, on Monday, Feb'y 3rd, Mrs. Catharine Dahl, aged sixty-eight years, died at her residence after a brief illness. Over a fortnight before the deceased lady fell, receiving injuries from which death ensued. Mrs. Dahl was one of the oldest residents and highly respected. Funeral ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 13 Feb 1890, p. 3   ERIN.In Erin, on Monday, Feb'y 3rd, Mrs. Catharine Dahl, aged sixty-eight years, ...
  • Weaver, Sarah, Mrs.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 20 Feb 1890, p. 3     LIMEHOUSE.Mrs. Sarah Weaver, died here on Tuesday at noon. She came to Limehouse some time ago from her home in Toronto to visit her sister Mrs. Newton and was ill and a few days prior to her death was taken sick herself. Mrs. Weaver is an old resident of Limehouse ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 20 Feb 1890, p. 3   LIMEHOUSE.Mrs. Sarah Weaver, died here on Tuesday at noon. She came to ...
  • Alderson, William
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 27 Feb 1890, p. 3     MILTON. Mr. Wm. Alderson died last week of heart disease as he was sitting in an armchair. His heart had been affected for some time; but the attack from which he died was sudden and unexpected. Mr. Alderson was an old and respected resident of Halton. He farmed for many ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 27 Feb 1890, p. 3   MILTON. Mr. Wm. Alderson died last week of heart disease as he ...
  • Cameron, Donald Boyd, Rev.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 27 Feb 1890, p. 3     Death of Rev. D. B. Cameron."God's finger touched him and he slept."The Rev. Donald Boyd Cameron died on Tuesday forenoon at the residence of Mr. Peter Mann. For some days anxious friends had been calling in great numbers at the home of Mr. Mann, to enquire after the condition of ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 27 Feb 1890, p. 3   Death of Rev. D. B. Cameron."God's finger touched him and he slept."The ...
  • Gavin, John
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 6 Mar 1890, p. 3     ROCKWOODJohn Gavin, after a lingering illness which he bore with christian fortitude, departed this life last Thursday morning. This being the third death in the family within three months the bereaved ones have the sympathy of the entire community...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 6 Mar 1890, p. 3   ROCKWOODJohn Gavin, after a lingering illness which he bore with christian fortitude, ...
  • Lowrey, George
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 6 Mar 1890, p. 3     ROCKWOOD.On Sunday Rev. G. B. Cooke preached a sermon in memorium of the late George Lowrey, who died suddenly last Thursday, from the text "For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive." 1st Cor., 15:22...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 6 Mar 1890, p. 3   ROCKWOOD.On Sunday Rev. G. B. Cooke preached a sermon in memorium of ...
  • Cameron, D. B., Rev.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 6 Mar 1890, p. 3     Funeral of Rev. D. B. Cameron.The funeral of the late Rev. D. B. Cameron took place at noon last Thursday from the house of Mr. Peter Mann and was very largely attended. The Rev. Mr. Strachan, moderator of the Presbytery, who is well acquainted with the native place of Mr. ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 6 Mar 1890, p. 3   Funeral of Rev. D. B. Cameron.The funeral of the late Rev. D. ...
  • Newton, John Sr., Mrs.
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 20 Mar 1890, p. 3     LIMEHOUSE.For some weeks Mrs. John Newton Sr., has been suffering from the effects of La Grippe and her death took place on Tuesday. Mrs. Newton was in her seventy-fifth year, and it will be remembered that exactly a month ago her twin-sister, Mrs. Weavers, departed this life. Mrs. Newton's ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 20 Mar 1890, p. 3   LIMEHOUSE.For some weeks Mrs. John Newton Sr., has been suffering from the ...
  • Hall, C. A., Mrs. (Died)
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 20 Mar 1890, p. 3     Obituary - Mrs. C. A. Hall.May E. Royce, relict of the late Charles Alfred Hall, and sister of the late Robert Royce, of Acton, died at the residence of her son-in-law, T. J. Halsted, Acton, on the 6th of March. She was born in Dundas in 1818, so at the ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 20 Mar 1890, p. 3   Obituary - Mrs. C. A. Hall.May E. Royce, relict of the late ...
  • Nicklin, Cecil
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 20 Mar 1890, p. 3     - Little Cecil Nicklin, son of Mr. Robert Nicklin, died on Wednesday morning. His case was a complicated one which seemed to frustrate all the tactics of the doctors, who treated him for catarrh of the stomach. For the last week the little fellow was in convulsions most of the ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 20 Mar 1890, p. 3   - Little Cecil Nicklin, son of Mr. Robert Nicklin, died on Wednesday ...
  • Macrae, Janie
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 27 Mar 1890, p. 3     ERIN.We overlooked last week the sad news of the death of Janie, second daughter of Dr. Macrae, of Toronto, and late of Erin, who died on the 14th inst., after an illness of typhoid fever. The young lady was widely known here, and was possessed of a fine amiable disposition, ...
    appeared in Acton Free Press, 27 Mar 1890, p. 3   ERIN.We overlooked last week the sad news of the death of Janie, ...
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