Item 2951 - Hockridge, John H. obituary

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CA BWGPL VS-1900-2951


Hockridge, John H. obituary


  • 1900-09-06 (Creation)

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Event Date : Saturday, September 01, 1900
Event Type : Death

Description : Age: 64 years, 6 months. Died of Bright's disease. A carriage maker by trade. Born in Kilhampton, Cornwall, England, on March 1st, 1836, the eldest son of John Chedister Hockridge. Settled in Bradford in 1856, after first going to Bowmanville and Newmarket. Married Miss Elizabeth Ann Peat, of Bowmanville, in 1860, and he died on the day of their fortieth anniversary. Brother of Mr. William Hockridge, of Cobourg, and Mrs. McElwin, of Toronto, and has another brother and sister in England. Survived by his widow, and three children: Mrs. McKay, Mrs. Whiteside, and W.J. Hockridge. Interred at Mount Pleasant.

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The Witness and South Simcoe News
Thursday, September 06, 1900
Vol. 35, No. 27
Page 5
Microfilm N 240, Reel #8

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