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1301 PEEVER 1891 census @ca.on.113i1 family 166 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 1 p39, 40 film t6355 21 PEEVER Wm J M 1891-33 married - Ont Ire Ire Methodist farmer 22 PEEVER { ? } Elizabeth F 1891-27 married wife Ont Ire Ire Methodist 23 PEEVER George M 1891-7 - son Ont Ont Ont Methodist 24 PEEVER Ezra H F 1891-4 - son Ont Ont Ont Methodist caution: relationship "s", but sex "f" on original document 25 PEEVER Mary Ellen F 1891-5 - dtr Ont Ont Ont Methodist 1 PEEVER Orval M 1891-1 - son Ont Ont Ont Methodist 2 PEEVER Edmond R M 1891-1 - son Ont Ont Ont Methodist PEEVER, George (I49222119)
 
1302 Pembroke Observer Apr 11 1912 Died Churchville, Apr 5 1912, Mrs Peter Charles, aged 32. She was the d au of Mr John Dick of Grattan Twp., Survived by husband and 5 young childr en. Buried from teh Anglican Church (peritonitis)*

Pembroke STandard Apr 10 1912 Pembroke Twp., Apr 5 1912, Margaret A Dick, wife of Peter Charles. Funer al from her late residence to Church of England Cemetery 
DICK, Margaret Ann (I44031597)
 
1303 Pembroke Observer March 28 1912 Married Wilberforce Twp., Mar 20 1912, Laurel Jean Faught, dau of Mr and M rs Albert Faught, to Mr Simon Wilson Costello, Westmeath, by REv John Putt enham of Eganville. Attended by her sister, Miss Katie Faught, and the gr oom's cousin, Mr J Costello, Westmeath*

Pembroke Standard Mar 27 1912 Married Wilberforce, Mar 20 1912, Laurel Jean Faught, dau of Mr and Mrs. A lbert Faught to S Wilson Costello of Snake River, at the home of her paren ts, by Rev John Puttenham of eganville. Attendants were Miss Katie Faugh t, the bride's sister and Mr J costello, the groom's cousin* 
Family F14631986
 
1304 Pembroke Observer March 28 1912 Married Wilberforce Twp., Mar 20 1912, Laurel Jean Faught, dau of Mr and M rs Albert Faught, to Mr Simon Wilson Costello, Westmeath, by REv John Putt enham of Eganville. Attended by her sister, Miss Katie Faught, and the gr oom's cousin, Mr J Costello, Westmeath*

Pembroke Standard Mar 27 1912 Married Wilberforce, Mar 20 1912, Laurel Jean Faught, dau of Mr and Mrs. A lbert Faught to S Wilson Costello of Snake River, at the home of her paren ts, by Rev John Puttenham of eganville. Attendants were Miss Katie Faugh t, the bride's sister and Mr J costello, the groom's cousin* 
Family F645065
 
1305 Pembroke Observer Oct 3 1912 Died Snake River, Sep 27 1912, Mrs John Bronw, dau of Mr Wm T Leach, Staff ord. She had een married only a year. Funeral to St. Patrick's Cemetery. LEACH, Kezia Adelaine (I49218823)
 
1306 Pembroke Standard Jun 21 1911 Married Alice Twp., Jun 14 1911, Miss Annie Moore, dau of David P Moor e, to WM D Huckabone, son of E J Huckabone, Bromley, at bride's home by R ev M D M Blakely* Family F12900441
 
1307 Pembroke Standard, Jan 11 1911 Married Pembroke, Jan 7 1911, Mary Stella McCoy, dau of late Mr and Mrs Jo hn McCoy, Cobden, to James Campbell Coxford, at home of her aunt, Mrs Thom as Sammon* Family F13348150
 
1308 Pembroke STandard, Jun 21 1911

Died Renfrew, Jun 16 1911, Mrsw Andrew Devine, Hall St., age 85. Bo rn in Ireland and emigrated with husband in 1848. Predeceased by husba nd 14 years ago. Survived by 4 daughters: Honora, Sister Crescentia, Tor onto; Elizabeth, Sister Victoria, Toronto; Mrs T W McGarry and Miss Mary A nn and 3 sons: John and Matthew, Renfrew; Patrick, Osceola. 
KENNY, Mary (I40653789)
 
1309 Perth Courier, March 30, 1917 Word has been received that Pte. D.C. MacFarlane, formerly of the Ba nk of Ottawa staff, Cobden, has been admitted to #1 Hospital in France suf fering from gunshot wounds in the face. Letters received from the other C obden boys stated they were all well. MCFARLANE, David Clyde (I49218611)
 
1310 Perth Courier, May 29, 1891 Miner-Adams\emdash Married, at Renfrew on the 20th May, by Rev. Mr. Campbell, M r. C.(?) B. Miner of Cobden to Miss Georgie Adams of Carleton Place. Family F11136473
 
1311 Perth Courier, Oct. 30, 1885 Graham-Eggleston—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father, on the 2 2nd inst., by Rev. R. McNabb, Mr. William J. W. Graham to Bella Egglesto n, relict of the late Mr. Robert Eggleston and second daughter of Mr. Alex ander Condie, Esq., all of Beachburg. Family F16060767
 
1312 Perth Courier, October 13, 1893 Ross-McAllister—Married, at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. M .D.M. Blakeley, on Wednesday, 27th Sept., Mr. Hugh Ross son of Mr. John Ro ss, Esq., of Westmeath, to Miss Lizzie McAllister, daughter of Mr. James M cAllister, Esq., of Cobden. Family F12954151
 
1313 PETTIGREW 1891 census @ca.on.113i2 family 053 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 2 p12 film t6365 16 PETTIGREW George Sr M 1891-56 married - Ire Ire Ire Methodist grocer 17 PETTIGREW ? Jane F 1891-63 married wife Ire Ire Ire Methodist 18 PETTIGREW Hugh M 1891-20 - son Ont Ire Ire Methodist 19 PETTIGREW Annie F 1891-15 - dtr Ont Ire Ire Methodist PETTIGREW, Annie Maud (I49220195)
 
1314 Posted in the "Ottawa Citizen" on 28-Nov-1959:

Charles R. Lett, Legion Official Dies in Pembroke.

EGANVILLE (Special) - Charles R. Lett, 68, First World War veteran and prominent official of the Canadian Legion, died recently in Pembroke Hospital.

He was born on a Wilberforce farm, son of the late Thomas Lett and Elizabeth Searson. He enlisted in 1915 with the Third Seaforth Highlanders and later served with the 77th Regiment. He was twice wounded, the last time at Vimy Ridge, and was invalided home for hospitalization in Toronto.

After the war he took over the family farm. His first wife, Edith Davis of Rankin, died in 1925. They had one daughter who died in infancy.

In 1929 he married Alice Leech of Wilberforce, who survives.

During the Second World War, he supplied large quantities of meat for the armed forces. He was the first president of the Eganville branch of the Canadian Legion and was Zone Commander of Zone 7. He was the chief promoter of a community centre here and until last year was chairman of the annual winter carnival
Retired Last Year:
Mr. Lett was a commissionaire at Foymount and also at Petawawa Camp until forced by ill health to retire a year ago.

Other survivors are: three sons, Nelson, at home, and Irvin and Norman, both of Schefferville; four daughters, Mrs. Cyril (Barbara) Hinsberger and Mrs. Brian (Beverley) Sterling, both of Eganville, Mrs. Douglas (Betty) Marsh, Long Branch and Bonnie, at home.
Also surviving are a brother, Russell Lett, Edmonton, Alta.; four sisters, Mrs. William Warner, Pembroke, Mrs. Stuart Eady, Whitney, Mrs. Lucy Rogers, Hardisty, Alta., and Mrs. William Sadler, Eganville.

District Commander T. C. Byrne conducted a Legion memorial service with full military honours. Rev. Gavin White and Rev. Lloyd Lake conducted the funeral service in St. John's Anglican Church. Internment was in the parish cemetery.
Charles Robinson Lett: CEF Regimental No. 145516
See: https://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/military-heritage/first-world-war/personnel-records/Pages/item.aspx?IdNumber=526898 
LETT, Charles Robinson (I33284668)
 
1315 Prepared by Louise Reynolds for Jeanne MacDonald White 45 Fernwood Pk. Ave Toronto, On M4E 3E9 (416) 691-9474 Source (S586384)
 
1316 Price - Jul 12, Orillia General Hospital, Charles L Price, aged 49, of Cob den. Accidentally fell 20 feet in the National Potash Co. at Gravenhur st and fractured his skull. (Jul 26 1918 paper*) PRICE, Charles L (I45254408)
 
1317 Private William Robert Muckle (No. 177739) left England for France on 10 August 1916 from Bramshott Military Camp in Hampshire and was killed in action some two months later, on 21 October 1916. Private Muckle has no known grave and is commemorated on the Vimy Memorial in France; on the Canadian Virtual War Memorial (CVWM); in the Canadian First World War Book of Remembrance (Page 139) and on the Pembroke War Memorial in Ontario, Canada. MUCKLE, William Robert (I49218537)
 
1318 Private, 8th Battalion, Canadian Infantry (Manitoba Regiment). Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Brownlee, of Bromley Line, Ontario. Age: 34. BROWNLEE, Pte. Hugh Edward (I48401776)
 
1319 Railway fireman died accidentally due to railway accident JOHNSON, Matthew Henry (I41593023)
 
1320 Re: Pierce Families from Eganville & Lake Dore
TM1424 (View posts ) Posted: 8 Jun 2010 12:15AM GMT Query
Surnames:
Here are a few names from my Pierce tree to make sure we are on the right track. If so, please send me your email so I can send you the dates, info, photos directly.

Robert William Pierce married Jane Taylor Briscoe, they had 11 children:
James, Anne, Sarah, William Hopcroft, John, Elizabeth, Ellen, Tamer, Kate, Philip, and Robert Turner.

William Hopcroft married Eliza Jane Byers, they had 12 children:
Robert John, Benjamin, Mary Jane, Sarah Ann, Arthur (my g.g.grandfather), Wellington, Francis, Kitty Pearl, William Reuben, Ethel May, James, Charles.

Thanks,
Trudy
Re: Pierce Families from Eganville & Lake Dore
TM1424 (View posts ) Posted: 8 Jun 2010 12:15AM GMT Query
Surnames:
Here are a few names from my Pierce tree to make sure we are on the right track. If so, please send me your email so I can send you the dates, info, photos directly.

Robert William Pierce married Jane Taylor Briscoe, they had 11 children:
James, Anne, Sarah, William Hopcroft, John, Elizabeth, Ellen, Tamer, Kate, Philip, and Robert Turner.

William Hopcroft married Eliza Jane Byers, they had 12 children:
Robert John, Benjamin, Mary Jane, Sarah Ann, Arthur (my g.g.grandfather), Wellington, Francis, Kitty Pearl, William Reuben, Ethel May, James, Charles.

Thanks,
Trudy
 
PIERCE, William Hopcraft (I49220191)
 
1321 Received from: Barb Andrew 928 8th Street Brandon, Mb. R7A 3Y6


Descendants of Minerva Dewar Generation No. 1

1. MINERVA2 DEWAR (WILLIAM1 DEWER JOHN) was born November 11, 1891, a nd died December 09, 1970. She married THOMAS BRYDON LANE March 27, 191 9, son of ROBERT LANE and MARY ROBINSON. He was born May 15, 1893, and di ed 1960. Notes for MINERVA DEWAR: B. Bromley Twp., Renfrew Co.,On D. Brandon, Mb. B. Veteran's section Brandon Cemetry More About MINERVA DEWAR: Occupation: Registerd Nurse Children of MINERVA DEWAR and THOMAS LANE are: 2.i.ROBERT WILLIAM3 LANE, b. March 24, 1920. 3.ii.SHIRLEY MARIE LANE, b. April 22, 1921. iii.THOMAS DEWAR LANE, b. September 26, 1922; d. November 07, 1995. 4.iv.EVELYN CATHERINE LANE, b. April 29, 1924. 5.v.JOHN GUEST LANE, b. January 29, 1928; d. October 01, 1992. 6.vi.MINERVA RUTH LANE, b. January 03, 1930; d. 1965.


Generation No. 2

2. ROBERT WILLIAM3 LANE (MINERVA2 DEWAR, WILLIAM1 DEWER JOHN) was born Ma rch 24, 1920. He married FLORENCE LEONE BERRY, daughter of LAWRENCE BERR Y. She was born January 04, 1929. More About FLORENCE LEONE BERRY: Occupation: Homemaker Children of ROBERT LANE and FLORENCE BERRY are: 7.i.BARBARA JANE4 LANE, b. July 20, 1951. 8.ii.GORDON THOMAS LANE, b. March 31, 1953. 9.iii.DANIEL WILLIAM LANE, b. December 12, 1954. iv.BABY GIRL LANE, b. 1957; d. 1957. 10.v.MARGARET JOAN LANE, b. May 21, 1958. vi.TIMOTHY ROBERT LANE, b. February 02, 1960. vii.ANDREW CHARLES LANE, b. November 29, 1963.


3. SHIRLEY MARIE3 LANE (MINERVA2 DEWAR, WILLIAM1 DEWER JOHN) was born Apr il 22, 1921. She married DENBY CHARLES MURRAY September 10, 1949. Children of SHIRLEY LANE and DENBY MURRAY are: 11.i.JOHN (BRYDEN)4 MURRAY, b. December 07, 1950. ii.DOUGLAS JAMES MURRAY, b. February 18, 1953. iii.DONALD BRUCE MURRAY, b. June 25, 1955. iv.COLIN THOMAS MURRAY, b. October 30, 1958.


4. EVELYN CATHERINE3 LANE (MINERVA2 DEWAR, WILLIAM1 DEWER JOHN) was bo rn April 29, 1924. She married KENNETH GEORGE PATTERSON. Children of EVELYN LANE and KENNETH PATTERSON are: i.REGINALD JAMES4 PATTERSON, b. August 04, 1955; m. MARSHA, July 14, 198 4. 12.ii.THOMAS LYALL PATTERSON, b. February 20, 1957. iii.NANCY LEE PATTERSON, b. April 01, 1958. iv.KENNETH ROSS PATTERSON, b. July 26, 1960.


5. JOHN GUEST3 LANE (MINERVA2 DEWAR, WILLIAM1 DEWER JOHN) was born Janua ry 29, 1928, and died October 01, 1992. He married MARJORY RUTH MURRAY Fe bruary 01, 1956. Children of JOHN LANE and MARJORY MURRAY are: i.LOIS JEAN4 LANE, b. December 16, 1957. ii.GAIL MINERVA LANE, b. April 26, 1958. iii.MURRAY THOMAS LANE, b. August 15, 1961.


6. MINERVA RUTH3 LANE (MINERVA2 DEWAR, WILLIAM1 DEWER JOHN) was born Janu ary 03, 1930, and died 1965. She married RODNEY LOUIS MIEVILLE May 04, 19 64. He was born September 22, 1929 Paris, France. Notes for MINERVA RUTH LANE: Multiplesclorosis Child of MINERVA LANE and RODNEY MIEVILLE is: i.PATRICIA ROSE4 MIEVILLE, b. May 18, 1965.


Generation No. 3

7. BARBARA JANE4 LANE (ROBERT WILLIAM3, MINERVA2 DEWAR, WILLIAM1 DEWER JO HN) was born July 20, 1951. She married (1) WILFRED JAMES GOODBURN Decemb er 13, 1969. He was born 1948. She married (2) GARRY WAYNE ANDREW Octob er 12, 1974. He was born September 23, 1948. Child of BARBARA LANE and WILFRED GOODBURN is: i.BARRY JAMES5 ANDREW, b. May 05, 1970. Children of BARBARA LANE and GARRY ANDREW are: ii.DAVID WAYNE5 ANDREW, b. September 09, 1973. iii.WILLIAM DWAYNE ANDREW, b. July 16, 1974. iv.TAMMY FAWN ANDREW, b. February 26, 1979; d. March 31, 1979. Notes for TAMMY FAWN ANDREW: Sudden Infant Death Syndrym

8. GORDON THOMAS4 LANE (ROBERT WILLIAM3, MINERVA2 DEWAR, WILLIAM1 DEWER J OHN) was born March 31, 1953. He married KATHLEEN LOUISE HOBBS June 14, 1 980. She was born September 19, 1951. Children of GORDON LANE and KATHLEEN HOBBS are: i.ERIN KATIE5 LANE, b. May 25, 1981. ii.ALICIA MADGE LANE, b. September 14, 1983.


9. DANIEL WILLIAM4 LANE (ROBERT WILLIAM3, MINERVA2 DEWAR, WILLIAM1 DEW ER JOHN) was born December 12, 1954. He married KAREN ADELE OLMSTEAD. S he was born September 21, 1957. Children of DANIEL LANE and KAREN OLMSTEAD are: i.BECKY ROSE5 LANE, b. May 06, 1980. ii.BRYCE WILLIAM LANE, b. May 27, 1983. iii.BRENT DANIEL LANE, b. May 27, 1983.


10. MARGARET JOAN4 LANE (ROBERT WILLIAM3, MINERVA2 DEWAR, WILLIAM1 DEW ER JOHN) was born May 21, 1958. She married BRIAN ANDREW MAUNULA April 0 7, 1979. He was born May 30, 1958. Children of MARGARET LANE and BRIAN MAUNULA are: i.AMANDA MAY5 MAUNULA, b. November 25, 1982. ii.JEFFREY BRIAN MAUNULA, b. January 05, 1984. iii.SCOTT ALLAN MAUNULA, b. October 02, 1985.


11. JOHN (BRYDEN)4 MURRAY (SHIRLEY MARIE3 LANE, MINERVA2 DEWAR, WILLIA M1 DEWER JOHN) was born December 07, 1950. He married JAN. She was bo rn 1952. Children of JOHN MURRAY and JAN are: i.CATHERINE5 MURRAY. ii.ALEXANDER MURRAY, b. 1984.


12. THOMAS LYALL4 PATTERSON (EVELYN CATHERINE3 LANE, MINERVA2 DEWAR, WILL IAM1 DEWER JOHN) was born February 20, 1957. He married HEATHER DAWN HANL IN October 08, 1988. Child of THOMAS PATTERSON and HEATHER HANLIN is: i.KELSEY5 PATTERSON. 
LANE, Thomas Bryden (I49219919)
 
1322 Reg 030635 Mable on Jul 7 1882; d/o Samuel Johnston and Ellen Hill; Blacks mith; Informant - Samuel Johnston, Ross on Aug 4th; Dr Rattray; john Reyno lds regsitrar JOHNSTON, Mabel (I49222080)
 
1323 REILLY 1891 census @ca.on.113i1 family 170 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 1 p40 film t6355 16 REILLY Robert M 1891-27 married - Ont Ire Ont Methodist farmer 17 REILLY { ? } Letitia F 1891-21 married wife Ont Eng Ont Methodist 1911 Census Ross Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with family SNOWDEN, Letitia (I49220757)
 
1324 REnfew Mercury Nov 21 1902 From the Star-Enterprise: A very interesting double marriage ceremony to ok place at St Andrew's Churhc, Scotch Bush, on Wed Oct 29th, at 2 pm in w hich Miss Maggie A Dick was united in marriage to Mr Peter Charles, of t he twp of Alice and her sister, Miss Jennie Dick was united in marria ge to Mr Wm J Thompson, of Douglas. Both bides wore beautiful silk dresse s. The bridesmaids were Miss Lena Dick, sister of the brides, and Miss Ma ggie Dick, dau of mr Peter Dick, while Mr M Welsh and Mr W J Sharp were gr oomsmen. Teh ceremony was performed by the Rev A McKenzie in the presen ce of a very large number of friends. From the church the party dro ve to the home of teh brides' partns where a very sumptuous dinner ws part aken of. The guests were said to have numberred abt one hundred and fift y, and the presents, both beautiful and useful, were innumerable. - COM Family F14505720
 
1325 Renfrew County Marriages 1869-1875 Vol 1 transcribed from micro-filmed regester of the Registrar Generals Office Official Records held by the Ontario Archives, by Olga Lewis, Renfrew 1996 Source (S520664)
 
1326 Renfrew County Marriages 1869-1875 Vol 1 transcribed from micro-filmed regester of the Registrar Generals Office Official Records held by the Ontario Archives, by Olga Lewis, Renfrew 1996 Source (S531360)
 
1327 Renfrew County Marriages 1869-1875 Vol 1 transcribed from micro-filmed regester of the Registrar Generals Office Official Records held by the Ontario Archives, by Olga Lewis, Renfrew 1996 Source (S532697)
 
1328 Renfrew County Marriages 1869-1875 Vol 1 transcribed from micro-filmed regester of the Registrar Generals Office Official Records held by the Ontario Archives, by Olga Lewis, Renfrew 1996 Source (S546779)
 
1329 Renfrew County Marriages 1869-1875 Vol 1 transcribed from micro-filmed regester of the Registrar Generals Office Official Records held by the Ontario Archives, by Olga Lewis, Renfrew 1996 Source (S587885)
 
1330 Renfrew County Marriages 1869-1875 Vol 1 transcribed from micro-filmed regester of the Registrar Generals Office Official Records held by the Ontario Archives, by Olga Lewis, Renfrew 1996 Source (S597803)
 
1331 Renfrew Mercury Apr 5 1901 For the past year, Miss Jessie Mayhew, dau of teh late Joseph Mayhew of Ad maston, has been in failing health. With the idea that the change wou ld do her good, she went to Sault Ste Marie, where she resided with her si ster Mrs John Joyce. But the inroads of teh disease, tuberculosis of t eh stomach, were too far advanced for change of climate to effect any cu re and the young lady slowy and painlessly wasted away. The end came on F riday. The body was brought down to Admaston, and the funeral took pla ce form teh home of her brother, Mr John Mayhew to the Admaston cemete ry on Sunday aft, when a large concourse of friends testified their sympat hy for a family which has been bereaved within the last three kyears by t he death of three of teh brohters and sisters - Mrs A Joyce, Joseph and n ow Jessie, the son dying just exactly twelve months after the father. MAYHEW, Jessie M. (I45647112)
 
1332 Renfrew Mercury April 4 1924 Obituary Mrs Wilson Blackwell from Cobden Sun Mar 20th, 1924 So when my latest breath Shall rend the veil in twain By death I shall escape from death And life eternal gain. (NOTE towards the end of the newsclipping, the ink fades and it is difficu lt to transcribe)

It was with deeply saddened hearts that the large congregation in Grace Me thodist church, Cobden, sang these words during the funeral service of M rs Wilson Blackwell of Wolftown last Sat aft. Although only ill for a sho rt period of four weeks, her death was a great shcock to everyone. Duri ng the short illness her constitution orapidly weakened and in spite of a ll that kind hands could do she passed away at her home on Thursday, Mar ch 13th. The late Mrs Wilson Blackwell, whose maiden name was Emily McInt yre, was born in Douglas forty-nine years ago and was a dau of late Mr a nd Mrs Sam McIntyre. In that place she spent her girlhood days and abt tw enty-five years ago she became the wife of Wilson Blackwell and they resid ed on a farm in Bromley twp Their home was known by all for its air ofki nd hospitality and ever pleasing welcome which greeted all callers. Decea sed was a woman highly esteemed by a host of friends and during her ilne ss she bore her suffering, with Christian fortitude. She was a loving a nd faithful wife and a tender mother. Althoug she will be sadly missed t he life she lived in her home and wherever she went was such as to lea ve an influence that will be as a guiding voice. Her kind and sympathet ic disposition won for her the highest respect and admiration. She w as an ardent sympathizer in church work and was a member of the Presbyteri an church. She leaves to mourn her loss her sorrowing husband and a fami ly of four : Sam late of San Francisco but now at home; Bernice, Kenne th and Marjorie all at home. Sam was not able to reach home before she pa ssed away but arrived for the funeral. Deceased is also survived by four b rothers and four sisters namely: Mrs David Stewart, Renfrew, Mrs Nina? Ro ss, Eganville, Mrs Martha McLaren?, Los Angelos; Miss Bell? McIntyre Nor th Dakota; Herbert? J?, Cleveland; Dan?? at Johannesburg, South Africa; S am at North Dakota; and James at Hamilton. The funeral service was he ld in Grace Methodist Church on Sat Aft Mar 15th and was conducted by h er pastor Rev A donaldson, assisted by rev E D Mitchell. The church was p acked as people of all classes paid thier last tribute to one so deeply lo ved. The hymns sung during the service were: For ever with the Lord; Near er My God in Thee; and Rock of aGes. Mrs W A Dack sang an appropriate sol o: No Night There. and the choir sang a selection. Rev Mr Donaldson preac hed an impressive serman .... (unable to make out the remainder includi ng pallbearers names.) 
MCINTYRE, Emily (I49219064)
 
1333 Renfrew Mercury Aug 22 1924 paper Mrs. John Johnston died at her home in Horton on Wed August 20th after a c omparatively short illness. The deceased lady was born in Co Kerry, Irela nd, in 1840 and came to Canada when abt 21 years of age, settling in Hort on Twp. Abt 4 years later she married the late John Johnston and settl ed on the farm whre she has resided up until the time of her death. The l ate Mrs. Johnston led an ative life and could read the finest print witho ut the aid of glasses up until within a few weeks of her death. Her husba nd adn one son, Thomas B., predeceased her. Five sons and three dau survi ve: They are James B of Hannah Alberta; John S of Peace River, Alt a; W R of Spencerville, On; Rolland of Latchford On; F H at home; Mrs. Jam es Humphries of Horton; Mrs. John Haggerty of Kemney, Man; and Mrs. Herb H umphries of Brandon, Man. The funeral was held on Fri and sevices were co nducted by REv Mr Bishop of Haleys. The pall bearers were three sons, Jam es Humphries, a son-in-law, and Carol and John Humphries, granadosn. Inter ment was made in the family plot of Horton. STRATTON, Jane (I49221342)
 
1334 REnfrew Mercury Feb 22 1924 The death has occured of Edgar C O'Brien of Pembroke, a highly respected c itizen of that town. The late Mr O'Brien was born in Westmeath in the ye ar 1869 and lived there until eight years of age when he moved wiht his pa rents, the late John and Elziabeth O'Brien, to Greenwood, where he resid ed until the year 1914 when he moved to Pembroke. He was married 27 yea rs ago to Miss Jeany M Campbell, dau of the late Alex and Mrs Campbe ll of Pembroke. To this union six children were born, three of whom survi ve. In the year 1912 his wife died. He married in 1915 Miss Bertha M And erson, youngest dau of Mr and Mrs D M Anderson of Beachburg. To this uni on four children were born - three boys and one girl. Two little boys, We ldon and Charlie died abt two years ago. Edgar O'Brien was wellknown in t he Pembroke neighbourhood, being engaged in business that brought him dai ly into the omes of the people. On Jan 30th he caught a cold which develo ped into pneumonia and notwith standing all that medical skill cou ld do he gradually grew weaker in body, but ever conscious and talking a bt his hope and faith in his God. He lingered until Thursday night, Feb 7 th. There are left to mourn his loss his wife and children Freeda, Edna, E mma, Grace and Woodrow. The funeral took place on Sunday aft Feb 10th fr om his late residence, Pembroke St E to the Methodist cem. Service was co nducted at the house by the REv M Ball, assisted by Mr Waine. Those from o ut of town who attended the funeral were Rev N J O'Brien of Watertown NY B rother; Mrs D R McDonald, Admaston sister; Mr and Mrs D M Anderson a nd H J Anderson of Beachburg; Mr J E Anderson of Kingston; Mrs J F Stevens on of Coniston; Mr Dwight Campbell of OTtawa; Mr and Mrs Geo Prederga st of Cobden; Mr A G Carson of Timmons; Mra nd Mrs J Jackson; Mr and M rs Wm McMullen; Mr and Mrs Jas Collins and Mr WM O'Brien all of Westmeath O'BRIEN, Edgar Charles (I45444949)
 
1335 Renfrew Mercury In REnfrew, on Thursday Apr 24 1924, Joshua Price. The funeral will ta ke place from his late ? on Saturday Apr 26th at 1:30 pm to the Haley's St ation cemetery. SErvice at the house at 1 o'clock PRICE, Joshua (I34389129)
 
1336 Renfrew Mercury Jan 28 1881 At the residence of the bride's mother on the 5th inst, by the Rev M H Sco tt, B A the Rev M D M Blakely of Ross and Cobden to Janet McJanet of Brist ol, Que

Perth Courier, Feb. 4, 1881 Blakely-McTannet—Married, at the residence of the bride’s mother, on the 6 th Jan., by Rev. M. H. Scott, B.A., Rev. M. D. M. Blakely of Ross and Cobd en to Miss Janet McTannet, of Briston, Quebec. 
Family F15384440
 
1337 Renfrew Mercury mar 20 1974 In Renfrew hospital on Sat Mar 16 1974, William J Thompson of Calabogi e, in his 95th year. Beloved husband of the late Jennie Dick by first mar riage, and Mary McCauly by second Marriage. Dear father of Mrs Orvil (Mar y) Bradley, Hyndford, and John, Arnprior. Visitations at the McPhail a nd Perkens funeral home. Celebration of Eucharist at the Church of teh Mo st Precious Blood, Calabogie, Monday, Mar 18 at 10 am. Entombment pari sh vault. Arrangements by the Goulet Funeral Home, Renfrew.

also had one dated Apr 3 1974 William J Thompson of Calabogie died in Victoria Hospital, Renfrew, March 16, 1974. He was 94. He was born Aug 15, 1879 at Douglas, son of the late George Thompson and his wife the late Elizabeth Morrow. Mr. Thompson was educated in Douglas and was the oldest parishioner at the Most Precious Blood Church, Calabogie. He was predeceased by his first wife Jennie Dick and is survived by his second wife, Mary McCauly, only one son John of Arnprior, one dau Mrs Orvil Bradley (Mary) Funeral arrangements were made by the Goulet Funeral Home. Mr Thompson rested at the McPhail and Perkins Funeral Home for celebration of Eucharist at the Church of the Most Precious Blood, Calabogie Mar 18, 19 74 at 10 am. Rev D J Harrington conducted the service. Rev G Neville w as presented in the sanctuary. Spring interment will be held in the Douglas Cemetery.

 
THOMPSON, William J. (I49219380)
 
1338 REnfrew Mercury Mar 23 1906 At REgina, on Friday, Mar 14th, 1906, Miss Addie Mason, youngest d au of Mr and Mrs S Mason, of Horton, to Mr E F Hanna, of Pense, Sask. Family F11341917
 
1339 Renfrew Mercury Mar 29 1889 from Cobden News Mar 25 1889 Mrs Robert Haley, Cobden, died on Thursday last of dropsy; and was buri ed on Saturday. The funeral, whcih was very largely attended, was from h er late residence. She sleeps her last sleep in the little church-yard ne ar Mr Crozier's below Haley's station. "So he giveth his beloved sleep ." The many friends of Mr Haley extend their sympathy to him as well as to t he sorrowing parents and freinds of Mrs Haley (nee Miss dean) in their s ad affliction. DEAN, Susan (I49220892)
 
1340 Renfrew Mercury Mar 7 1924 The death occurred in teh Cottage hospital at Pembroke on Monday of Mr No ah J O'Brien of Watertown. , New York. who cmae over abt a month ago to at tend the funeral of his brother the late Edgar O'Brien of Pembroke. The v isitor from Watertown had suffered from influenza last winter and had n ot been quite himself since. His final illness lasted abt a week; his hea rt gave out, and he died at the age of 60 years. He was native of Westmea th, a son of the late John O'Brien and his wife Elizabeth Jackson, the lat ter of whom pssed away in Nov 1923. The late Noah J O'Brien lived in West meath until a boy of 13 years; the family then removed to Greenwood. Dece ased leaves a wife, one son and two dau all in Watertown. The son is Eber t; the dau Mrs Roby Holden and Miss Myrtle. There are also tow brothers a nd three sisters John in Pembroke, Alex in Ohio, Mrs P Thrasher of Maple A ve, Pembroke, Mrs Charles Whitmore, of Greenwood; Mrs D R MacDonald of Adm aston. The brohter John and the sister Mrs Whitmore,accompanied the remai ns to watertown where the burial was held. O'BRIEN, Rev Noah Jackson (I49222186)
 
1341 REnfrew Mercury May 25 1906 At Wilberforce, on May 16th 1906 by Rev A MacKenzie, Douglas, Mr Thos McIn trye, of Cobalt, and REbecca, dau of Mr Robert Byers, Wilberforce. Family F11735455
 
1342 REnfrew Mercury not sure of day Mr T Guest of town received a telegram last Thursday, announcing the dea th of Mrs Wm Hodgins, of Edmonton; and until a few years ago a reside nt of teh Northcote section of this county. The Edmonton Bulletin of Mond ay, says: Yesterday the sad news was brought to town announcing the sudd en death of Mrs Elizabeth Hodgins, of Sunnyside. During the evening the d eceased apparently was in perfect health. It was therefore a great sho ck to her friends when she expired at midnight. Mrs E Acton and Mrs W J H unter, of Edmonton, are daus of teh deceased. WALL, Elizabeth (I49220345)
 
1343 Renfrew Mercury Nov 24 1899

Death of Mr A K Devine - Although Mr Andrew Kenny Devine, late of the P. O. Department, Ottawa, had been in poor health for some months, his dea th came almost suddenly on Saturday last, at Osceola, where he had been re siding sicnce his illness with his brother Rev. Father Devine. The deceas ed was the fourth son of teh late Andrew Devine and was 39 yeasrs of ag e. High Mass was sung in the church at Osceola on Monday morning, and th en the remains were brought on to Renfrew by the afternoon CPR express, co nveyed to the church of St Francis Xavier, whre there was a funeral servi ce and then taken for interment to the Roman Catholic Cemetery here. The re was a large attendance of sympathising friends of the family. 
DEVINE, Andrew Kenny (I40652782)
 
1344 Renfrew Mercury Oct 17 1924 The death of Mrs John A Mayhew of Admaston on Thursay evening, 9th inst w as shockingly sudden. Her illness was of abt only 24 hours duration, f or it was on the previous evening that she fell ill, a stroke of paralys is having come. She lay in an unconscious state during the 234 hours, una ble to speak or move before passing away. Seven years before when visiti ng in the West,a similiar illness came to her but she recovered and enjoy ed excellent health to the last. Her sudden death at teh comparatively ea rly age of 54 years came as a heavy blow to the family and caused much sor row in teh community. She enjoyed the acquaintance and esteem of a lar ge circle of people evidence of which was shown at the funeral on Sun a ft when a very large number of pople gathered. There were 169 automobil es in the cortege and many horse-drawn vehicles. Floral tibutes were exce ptionally numerous, including wreaths from teh Renfrew Masonic Lodge, Map le Hill club of the UFWO and the Young People's League of REnfrew Methodi st Church, Admaston Twp Council, and from Moore and Co. of Glendale, Calif ornia in whose service Joseph E on of the sons is. Pall-bearers were Dunc an Stewart of Douglas, P H Bolger, Claude King and G F Cardiff of Renfre w, Donald Farquharson and Arthur Campbell of Admaston. Services were cond ucted by REv Mr Radley, pastor of Renfrew Methodist Church. The late Mr s. Mayhew was born in the township of Admaston, a dau of the late Mr and M rs Rbt Brown in 1870. Her husband survivies her. with one dau and two so ns - Miss Marion at home, Haold R of Renfrew and Joseph E of Glendale, Cal ifornai. There are also brothers and sisters - Rev. George Brown of Kings ton, Robert W of Admaston, Samuel of Glendale, California, Mrs. Charles Re id of Regina, Mrs John Dunfield and Mrs. A McQuarrie in Alberta, Mill Marg aret of Glendale, California, and Miss Annie in Ottawa. BROWN, Isabella (I45663788)
 
1345 researcher: Debra Phillips, 219 Fairchild St. S W; Medicine Hat, Albert a, TIA 7Z6 YOUNG, John (I49218807)
 
1346 resided Wolford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, Canada. Settled on Lot 25, Con. A, Wolford Twp., Grenville County, along Rideau River. HASKINS, Joseph (I49222217)
 
1347 Rev. Fred Dunning was pastor of Forester\'s Falls Standard Church 1958-1963.  DUNNING, Rev. Frederick Edward Henry (I23058896)
 
1348 Rev. Hugh J. McAlister and the McAlister family trace their Pentecost heritage to the Argue revivals in Winnipeg in 1907. Having received Spirit-baptism as a young man, Hugh followed in his father John's footsteps and entered Pentecostal ministry. He was ordained in Alberta in 1924 and pastored in Edmonton, Calgary, and Saskatoon. He later moved to Ontario and pastored at St. Thomas, Pembroke, Peterborough, and finally the Stone Church in Toronto. He was District Superintendent for Eastern Ontario and Quebec from 1943-1945 and served on the General Executive of the PAOC. A great leader of the national movement, Hugh was instrumental in bringing Billy Graham to Toronto for a crusade in 1955. A few months later, Hugh died suddenly and unexpectedly. A great Pentecostal preacher, pastor, and father, his passing was a great loss for the fellowship.
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MCALISTER, Rev. Hugh John (I4479571)
 
1349 Rev. Roy M. Pounder, formerly of Foresters Falls has been awarded the degree of PhD at Harvard University, after a course of studies there covering two years. POUNDER, Rev. Roy Mason (I30190679)
 
1350 Rev. Wesley George Mitchell
December 3, 1921 ~ May 26, 2016

of Cobden , passed away peacefully in Caressant Care Nursing Home Cobden, on Thursday May 26, 2016 in his 95th year. Rev. Wesley Mitchell beloved husband of the late Betty Mitchell nee Robinson. Dear father of Lesley ( Blair Taylor ), Mary ( Bert Vancook ), Dan ( Carol ) Mitchell and Keith ( Louise ) Mitchell. Also survived by 12 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at the Fraser-Morris and Heubner Funeral Home Cobden, at a later date. 
MITCHELL, Rev. Wesley George (I3472590)
 

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