Item 4963 - Mousley, Arthur obituary

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Mousley, Arthur obituary


  • 1932-03-14 (Creation)

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Event Date : Thursday, March 10, 1932
Event Type : Death

Description : "One of the oldest residents of the village, Mr. Arthur Mousley, passed away at his late residence last Thursday morning, March 10th. Mr. Mousley was born in Birmingham, England, in 1847. About sixty-four years ago he came to Canada and over sixty years ago became a resident of Bradford. Although he belonged to a very large family he was the only member of it in this country. About fifty-nine years ago the deceased was married to Phoebe Harmon who predeceased him by about five years. Mr. and Mrs. Mousley celebrated their golden wedding about three years before her death. Mr. Mousley was a member of the United Church and of Cypress L.O.L. No. 694. He was a quiet, honest, upright Christian citizen. The deceased is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth (Libby) Davis of Bradford, and two sons, George of Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin, and Ralph of Detroit, Michigan. The funeral was held from his late residence on Sunday, March 13th, interment being made in Aurora cemetery. Among those who attended the funeral from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Robson and son, Barrie, Mr. and Mrs. Gough, Barrie, Mr. and Mrs. Art Harmon and family, Aurora, Mrs. Blair, Newmarket, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis, Aurora, Mr. and Mrs. J. Anderson, Aurora, Mr. and Mrs. T. Cross, Beeton, Mr. Wm and Mrs. Hattie Snider, Toronto, and Miss Ethel Davis, Aurora.

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Bradford Witness
Wednesday, March 14, 1932
Vol. LXVII, #11
Page 5 column 4
Microfilm Reel #71

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