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Smith, Alice Victoria obituary

  • CA BWGPL VS-1900-16951
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1955-02-09
  • Parte deVital Statistics

Event Date : Sunday, January 30, 1955
Event Type : Death

Description : The death occured at York County Hospital, Newmarket, on Sunday, January 30, of Miss Alice Victoria Smith of Bond Head. Miss Smith suffered a broken leg and shock when struck by a car as she was returning from church on Sunday January, 9, three weeks before her death. Born at Queensville over 81 years ago, Miss Smith lived in Innisfil Township as a child and attended school there. Later she was a seamstress with a Toronto firm. In recent years she spent some time with Mrs. R. W. Glass, Cookstown, and with her sister and brother in Bond Head. She was a member of the United Church. Miss Smith is survived by a sister and two brothers, Miss Ida Smith, Bond Head; Mr. James Smith, Bond Head; and Mr. Lessley Smith of Victoria, B.C.The funeral was held on Tuesday, February 1, from the Hughes' Funeral Home, Cookstown. The services were taken by the ministers of Bond Head and Cookstown churches, Rev, F. W. Newell and Rev. J. C. Kellog. Interment was in Thornton Cemetery.The pallbears were Cookstown and Bond Head family friends, namely Robt. Eldridge, Arthur Glass and Arthur Cooper of Cookstown, and Wm. Watt, Cyril Drury and Harry Wilcox of Bond Head.

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Watt, Charles William obituary

  • CA BWGPL VS-1900-15871
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1953-03-25
  • Parte deVital Statistics

Event Date : Thursday, March 19, 1953
Event Type : Death

Description : A most highly esteemed and well known resident of the Bond Head district for a period of about sixty years, Charles William Watt passed away at his home, 1580 Bathurst St., Toronto, on Thursday, March 19. Mr. Watt had been in failing health for some time but had been up and around his home until two weeks before his death. Born at Beeton 82 years ago, the late Mr. Watt received his education in Beeton schools and resided there until twenty years of age when he came to Bond Head. In 1907 he married Kathleen Smith of that village and Mr. and Mrs. Watt lived and farmed in Tecumseth near Bond Head, until 1941 when they retired at Bond Head. A little over a year ago Mr. and Mrs. Watt joined their daughter, Miss Jane Fair (Fairy) in Toronto and with her took up residence in that city. Mr. Watt was always active in church and Sunday School work. In 1902 he was made an elder in the Presbyterian Church of Bond Head and continued in this office in the United Church, thus he was a church elder for fifty years. He was superintendent or a teacher in the Sunday School for over 60 years. He also served as secretary-treasurer of Bond Head Cemetery Board for a number of years. Possessing a kindly and friendly disposition, Mr. Watt had a wide circle of friends and though never aspiring to municipal office he took an active and helpful interest in affairs of the community. Mr. Watt is survived by his wife, two sons and two daughters, namely, Miss Jane Fair (Fairy) of Toronto; William of Bond Head; Anne (Mrs. Jack Hughes) of Churchill; and James of Hamilton.The funeral was held on Sunday afternoon from the home of his son, William, at Bond Head. The services were conducted by the present minister of the church assisted by a former minister, Rev. F. W. Newell, and Rev. W. J. Burton, now of Hillsdale. Interment was in Bond Head Cemetery.The pallbearers were W. E. Brooks, Gordon Brethet, Les. Holmes, Chas. Cerswell, Duncan McArthur and John Lloyd. The flower bearers were Elwell McKay, Jas. Smith, Percy Reynolds, Cardy McLean, Alf. McLean, Kenneth Holmes, Adrian Bateman, Roy Bell. Among those from a distance attending the funeral on Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tomlin (sister of Mrs. Watt), Mrs. Chas. Davis, Mr. Allan Davis, Mr. Jack Davis, Mrs. Austin Faulkner, and two representatives of the Jenny Lind Candy Company, Messrs. Wm. Taylor, Larry Reid, and Jas. Bushey, of Hamilton.

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Atkinson, Hazel obituary

  • CA BWGPL VS-1900-22883
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1971-05-15
  • Parte deVital Statistics

Event Date : Thursday, September 09, 1971
Event Type : Death
Municipality : Brampton, Ont.

Description : After a lengthy illness, Hazel Atkinson of R.R. 3, Schomberg, and a well-known resident of this area, passed away Thursday, Sept. 9 at Peel Memorial Hospital in Brampton. She was born Hazel Jane Lucille Armstrong on Sept. 23, 1895 on the 7th Line of Mono Township, Lot 30, near Rosemont. Her parents were John William Armstrong and his wife, Elizabeth Murphy. Her grandparents were Andrew Murphy and his wife, Frances Little and Robert Armstrong, and his wife, Jane McElroy - all natives of Ireland. Mrs. Atkinson was quite proud of her Irish ancestry. As a girl, Mrs. Atkinson attended School No. 17, Mono Township and later Alliston High School. In religion, she was an Anglican and attended St. Luke's Church, Mulmur Township. After her marriage in 1922 to Leonard Atkinson, they moved to Lot 15, 2nd Concession of Tecumseth Township and three years later to Lot 17, 11th Concession, King Township and in 1945 to Lot 17, 10th Concession, King Township. In later years, she remained in the same area. Her only brother, Oswald, predeceased her in 1953. A son, Wesley, passed away Jan. 29, 1948 and her husband, Leonard passed away March 30, 1956. She leaves the following family: Phyllis (Mrs. Joseph Kerr), R.R. 1, Bolton; Evelyn (Mrs. Hiram Littleton), Bradenton, Florida; Harvey, Bolton; Violet (Mrs. Gordon Troyer), R.R. 1, Woodbridge; Risdon and Roy of R.R. 3, Schomberg. Also there are 16 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. She rested at Egan's Funeral Home, Bolton until Sunday at 2:30. Funeral service was conducted by Rev. Bob Leckey, Anglican minister, Bolton. Burial took place at Laurel Hill Cemetery, Bolton. Pallbearers were her nephews: Lloyd Armstrong, Joe Maw, Ben Parr, Ross Atkinson, Ed Hebor, and Bill Clark. Flower bearers were Harold Fuller, Stan McGill, Jim Connell and Art Richards. It was a largely-attended funeral with friends and relatives coming from as far away as Windsor and North Bay to pay their respects.

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Hearn, Rev. Cannon Charles R.P. obituary

  • CA BWGPL VS-1900-23023
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1972-02-23
  • Parte deVital Statistics

Event Date : Thursday, February 17, 1972
Event Type : Death

Description : Died at Stevenson Memorial Hospital, Alliston, in his 88th year. Beloved husband of Hilda I. Clements, loved father of their chosen daughter Anna (Mrs. Fred Hunt), Weston, beloved uncle of Audrey (Mrs. Jack McLean), Bond Head, and E. Roy Courtney of Toronto. Rested at the Lewis Funeral Home, 30 Simcoe St., Bradford until Saturday at 11 a.m. Funeral service was held at St. John's Anglican Church, 6th Line, Tecumseth on Feb. 19 at 2 p.m. Interment St. John's Cemetery. Masonic service in the funeral home Friday at 8:30 p.m. Spry Lodge, Beeton, officiating.

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Davey, William McAuley birth

  • CA BWGPL VS-1900-3809
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1906-01-11
  • Parte deVital Statistics

Event Date : Sunday, December 31, 1905
Event Type : Birth

Description : A son to Mr. & Mrs. W.C. Davey.

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