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Death notices of Peel County residents, as transcribed from newspapers
Toronto Daily Star - 12 November 1918: AGAR - At Kleinburg, on Sunday evening. November 10th 1918, Annie Devers, beloved wife of William Agar, aged 73 years. Funeral on Thursday at 2 p.m. to Nashville Cemetery. Submitted By: Adeline
The Evening Telegram - 5 November 1940: BERNARD, Goodwin N. - At Niagara-on-the-lake, on Monday, November 4th 1940 Goodwin Newman Bernard, beloved husband of Agnes Katherine McGaw, in his 71st year. Funeral on Wednesday afternoon. Private service being held at the family residence, Queen Street, Niagara-on-the-lake, at 2 o`clock, followed by public service at St. Mark`s Church at 2:30 p.m. Interment St. Mark`s Cemetery. Submitted By: Adeline
The Evening Telegram - 5 November 1940: BOOTH - Charles Alfred - At Toronto, on Sunday, November 3rd, Charles Alfred Booth, husband of the late Elizabeth Hiltz, late of Lambton Mills, dear father of Gertie, Lyla and Irene, aged 76 years. Resting at the Funeral Chapel of William Speers, 2926 Dundas Street (near Keele), for service on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Interment in St. John`s Cemetery, Norway. Submitted By: Adeline
Toronto Daily Star - 12 November 1918: BRUGGER - On Sunday, November 10th 1918, of Spanish influenza, at Ochre River, Man., Harry Brugger, late of 191 Campbell Avenue, Toronto, in his 26th year. Interment at Ochre River, Man. Submitted By: Adeline
Toronto Daily Star - 12 November 1918: BURGESS - At his late residence 253 Westmoreland Avenue, Sunday, Nov. 10 Rev. Henry F. Burgess, aged 80 years, late of Bathany, Ont. Funeral Wednesday at 10 a.m. to St. Edmund`s Church, Dovercourt and Davenport Roads. Interment in Prospect Cemetery. Submitted By: Adeline
The Evening Telegram - 5 November 1940: BURSTON - Charles William - At St. Michael`s Hospital on Saturday, November 2, Charles William, dearly beloved husband of Violet Burston, 132 Bedford Park Avenue, and father of Arthur, in his 50th year. Resting at the Trull Funeral Home 2704 Yonge Street, for service in the chapel, Tuesday 4 p.m. Interment Veterans Plot, Prospect Cemetery. Bristol, England, papers please copy. Submitted By: Adeline
Toronto Daily Star - 12 November 1918: CRAWFORD - On Sunday, Nov. 10th 1918 Sarah Crawford, dearly beloved daughter of Mrs. Isabell Crawford and the late Hugh Crawford, 265 Salem Avenue. Funeral from above address at 3 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 13th to Prospect Cemetery. Motors. Submitted By: Adeline
Toronto Daily Star - 12 November 1918: CLENDENNING - On November 10, 1918 Irene, beloved wife of Norman Clendenning, age 19 years. Funeral from her late residence 104 Booth Avenue, on Wednesday at 2 p.m. to St. John`s Cemetery. Submitted By: Adeline
Streetsville Review 27 Jan 1855: CURTIS on Tues a.m. last in Simcoe, a colored man, blacksmith, murdered his wife. An inquest was held before Dr. CLARKE, Coroner. Submitted By: Mary
Unknown Paper Feb 1904: DIXON -Mrs. Janet Dixon, one of the oldest residents of Brampton, died at the home of her son, Mr. Chas. CALVERT, John St, on Wednesday. Mrs. Dixon who was ninety years of age, was a resident of Chinguacousy before coming to Brampton after her husband's death more than thirty years ago. She was buried beside her husband in Dixon's cemetery which was named for him, this afternoon. Submitted By: Jan
Brampton Conservator Friday, July 19, 1878: DIXON -Mr. Dixon, an old resident of Chingacousy, but a resident of Brampton for a few years past, died yesterday morning, much respected by all who knew him. Submitted By: Jan
Streetsville Review 10 Feb 1855: DUNN, John, a debtor, died in gaol, has been confined to gaol for the greater part of time since 1850. Submitted By: Mary
Streetsville Review 27 Jan 1855: ENGLISH, John, a brakeman on Grand Western Railway, fell from one of the cars in the morning of Saturday last, as train was passing over the tressel work on the Burlington heights "no hopes are entertained of his recovery" Submitted By: Mary
Brampton Conservator Nov 1900: FURBY -on Sat. Nov. 3, Martha Mossie Hunter Furby, formerly of Brampton, died at her mother's residence in Toronto. Submitted By; Mary C
The Liberal - 1931 Nov. 12, 1931: HADWIN -Much sympathy is extended to Mrs. J. GRICE in the loss of her sister, MRS. HADWIN, who passed away in the Western Hospital, Toronto last Friday. Mrs. Hadwin was well known here, having spent much of her time with her sister and had made many friends. Submitted By: Adeline
Brampton Conservator - March 19, 1891: FATAL ACCIDENT
- Between two and three o'clock yesterday afternoon an accident
of a very sad nature occurred on Joseph St., by which Mr. WILLIAM
HUNTER, aged 75 years, lost his life...The
deceased came to Brampton some years ago having given up farming
at Mt. Pleasant and resolved to spend his remaining years in
retirement. He has a large circle of friends in the country who
will regret his untimely end. The funeral will take place
tomorrow at 11a.m. to Scott's cemetery, fourth line west.
Manitoba Daily Free Press - 20 Mar 1891: Drowned in a Cistern, Brampton, March 18 - WILLIAM HUNTER, a farmer aged seventy, fell into the cistern today, and was drowned. He was one of the pioneers of the country.
Acton Free Press - 26 Mar 1891 , page 3 , column 1: WILLIAM HUNTER, a retired farmer, aged 70, one of the pioneers of Peel county, fell into a cistern at Brampton last week and was drowned. Deceased was an uncle of Mrs. John Harvey, Acton.
Brampton Conservator - Feb. 18, 1872, p. 3 Col. 3: At his residence Queen St. east on Monday night last JOSEPH HUNTER one of the oldest settlers of the County of Peel died suddenly at the age of 81 years. The deceased was a native of County Monaghan Ireland, but emigrated to this country in 1836, and settled near Mount Pleasant, in which neighbourhood he resided until a few years ago. He was married in 1841, and he celebrated his golden wedding last year. On the evening of Monday 8th inst. he had the misfortune to fall on the doorstep breaking a small bone in his thigh. Although suffering considerable pain the accident was not considered a serious one, but on Monday night he took a sudden change and expired almost immediately. In life he was a kind hearted and genial citizen, and a very successful farmer. A wife and one son survive him. The funeral took place yesterday and was well attended.
Brampton Conservator - July 16, 1901 pg. 3, col 1: THE DEAD MRS. HUNTER: At the age of 80 years, MARGARET SCOTT, widow of the late Joseph Hunter, Esq., passed to her reward on Saturday last at the residence of her son, Mr. W. J. Hunter, Mount Pleasant. The deceased had been ill for some time, and death was a happy release from her sufferings. Mrs. Hunter, who was a native of County Armagh, Ireland, has been a resident of the county of Peel for upwards of 60 years. Her husband died in 1892, since which time she has continued to reside with her son, Mr. W. J. Hunter. The other members of the family are Mrs. Hugh Clarridge, Alloa; Mrs. W. J. Arnott, Huttonville; Mrs. Moore, Guelph; W. P. McClure, Elyria, Ohio; and Mrs. Boulter, Niagara Falls. Possessed of splendid business ability, Mrs. Hunter not only looked after her household affairs, but was of much service to her husband in connection with affairs of the farm. She was at all times energetic, careful and economical in business matters. The interest of her family, however, were always foremost in her mind. She was a true mother to her children, bringing them up in the faith she loved so well and which was so comforting to her in her last moments. She was a member of the Presbyterian church. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon and was largely attended. The service was conducted by Rev. W. C. Clarke, of Brampton, Presbyterian Church.
Brampton Conservator - August 27, 1886 p.3 col 5: HUNTER - At his residence, Brampton, suddenly on Monday morning, 23rd August, 1886, Nathaniel Hunter, aged 72 years.
Brampton Conservator - July 18, 1907 Pg. 5 Col. 5: JOHN HUNTER - Another well known citizen passed away on Monday last in the person of Mr. John Hunter, of David Street. Mr. Hunter was eighty-two years and one day old and had been ailing for some time. He was a farmer near Norval for many years coming to Brampton to reside about twenty-five years ago. A widow, two sons, Messrs. Frank and John, of Norval and six daughters, Mrs. McCulloch and Mrs. James Early of Brampton; Mrs. George Wilson, Ashgrove, Mrs. J.F. Brown, Hornby; Mrs. Robert McCulloch, Snelgrove and Mrs. McClure of Mt. Pleasant survive him. The funeral took place in Norval on Wednesday, Rev. James Little conducting the services.
Unknown Newspaper source (Brampton): The Late JOHN HUNTER Mr. Hunter whose death occured in this town last week, was a native of county Monaghan, Ireland, and was the youngest of a family of fourteen children that were born to his father by two wives. Deceased was brought to Canada when a boy of eleven by his father, the late Joseph Hunter, who was one of the pioneer settlers of Derry West section, Toronto Township. When Mr. Hunter started out in life as a farmer near Norval he had a capital of about two hundred dollars, but when he quit the farm twenty-five years ago to come to Brampton he was the owner of two hundred acres and much property besides. He led a life of careful saving industry and enjoyed the esteem and respect of his neighbors. Mr. Hunter was the father of two sons and eight daughters. The daughters are Mrs. John McClure and Mrs. Robert McCulloch, Mt. Pleasant; Mrs. W. B. McCullough and Mrs. James Early, Brampton; Mrs. George Wilson, Ashgrove; Mrs. John F. Brown, Hornby. The sons are John and Frank of Norval. Mr. Bunter (sic) was twice married, his first wife being Amelia Lundy, by whom he had the above mentioned children. He is survived by his second wife who was Miss Lester of Meadowvale. Mr. Hunter was a life-long Liberal and Presbyterian and for a number of years was an elder in the church at Norval. During his long life of eighty-two years, Mr. Hunter hardly knew what sickness was until a year ago. His last illness extended over about five months and death succeeded a stroke of paralysis. The funeral took place to Norval cemetery where the services were conducted by Rev. Mr. Little of Brampton, the elders of Norval Presbyterian church acting as pallbearers.
Brampton Conservator 1 May, 1890 : JACKSON - At lot 9, 3rd line east, Chinguacousy, on Saturday 19th April, 1890. John Thomas, only surviving son of John Jackson, Esq., aged 22 years, 11 months and 9 days. Submitted By: Adeline
The Bulletin, Streetsville, May 15, 1843: At the farm of Mr. JAMIESON Sr., on Centre Rd., a funeral for his son John JAMIESON, interred at Harrison's meeting house on 5th con. east, Church of England burial service read by Rev. R.J. MACGEORGE of Streetsville. Submitted By: Mary
Streetsville Review 27 Jan 1855: LAIDLAW, William, on the 22nd inst after a short illness, in his 27th year Submitted By: Mary.
Lundy- (See Mortimer)
Brampton Conservator Nov 1900: LUNDY, Frank, age 80, left a widow, 2 sons & 3 daughters; had celebrated Golden Anniversary in July.
Brampton Conservator. 1 May, 1890: Christopher MAGUIRE (died April 27 1890). The subject of this obituary is well known to the people of Brampton and to a great many throughout the county. About twenty-one years ago he apprenticed himself to the printing art in the office of the late Alexander DICK, and in the Banner office he labored steadily and industriously all those years until five weeks prior to his decease. He was a very honest and straightforward young man; his word was never questioned, and although of a very reserved and retiring manner, was a universal favorite. Deceased has for many years been foreman of the Banner, and his fellow workmen have kind words, and only kind, to say for their comrade who has gone before. MR. MAGUIRE has been in poor health for over a year, but worked until he was compelled through weakness to give up. That dire disease, consumption, was working its way with fatal effect. A few weeks ago he went to Toronto to consult other medical advice, and there died at the residence of his wife's sister, St. Patrick St., on Sunday last, 29th at noon. His remains were brought to Brampton on Tuesday morning and conveyed to his residence on Helston Avenue. From there the funeral took place on Wednesday morning, 30th ult. Service for the dead was held in the Roman Catholic church and was conducted by the priest of this parish, Rev. Father Morris, after which the remains were interred in the R.C. Cemetery. The firemen marched in a body at the funeral, deceased being Captain of No. 2 Company. A pillow of flowers with the words "Brother Fire Man" and one from the Banner office inscribed "Our Foreman" were very beautiful. There were other floral offerings. Deceased leaves a widow, one child, a little boy of about five years, father, mother and brothers to mourn his loss. The universal sympathy of the community is with the widow in this very trying affliction which she has been called upon to pass through. Deceased was insured in the C.M.B.A. for $1,000. Submitted By:Adeline
Brampton Conservator 1 May, 1890: MAXWELL, At lot 20, 1st line west, Chinguacousy, on Sunday 27th April 1890, Jane, eldest daughter of Robert and Jane Maxwell, aged 18 years, 2 months and 2 days . Submitted By: Adeline
Brampton Conservator Nov 1900: McCLURE - Ethel M., age 13 yrs, 2 months, 2 days, d/o Mr. & Mrs. Andrew McClure of lot 2, con 6, Chinguacousy, near Norval
Streetsville Review Aug. 25, 1910 P. 5, col. 2: McCRACKEN - At Meadowvale, on Thursday, August 18th, 1910, Jacob McCracken in his 71st year. Submitted By: Jan
Streetsville Review Aug. 25, 1910 P. 5, col. 2: McCAULEY - At lot 34, 2nd Con. N. D. S. Toronto Township on Wednesday Aug. 24, 1910 Jane McCauley, aged 96 years. The funeral will leave the residence of Mr. J. T. McCauley on Friday, Aug. 26th at 2 p.m. to Methodist Cemetery, Erindale. Submitted By: Jan
Streetsville Review 6 Jan 1855: Edward McDIVET expired on Barbers hill, Dundas St. on the evening of 21st ult. He had been walking from Caledon twp to Hamilton, and it is conjectured he came to his end through hunger & exposure to cold
Brampton Conservator 15 May, 1885: McEACHERN On May 7th, Katie Ann, daughter of Ronald McEachern, of Caledon, aged 20 years, 1 month and 16 days. Submitted By: Adeline
The Bulletin, Streetsville, May 15, 1843: McGAFFIN - Death by drowning, in the Credit River, on Wed. 3rd inst., of William, only son of Mr. James McGAFFIN...(other details of the accident)
Brampton Conservator Nov 1900: McGUIRE -Mrs. B. McGuire, Sr., died 27 Oct after a long & painful illness, mother of Mr. Blaney McGuire, publisher of the 'Orangeville Banner'
The Evening Telegram - 5 November 1940 : MILLER - Charles William - Suddenly at his home 103 Seventy-Second Street, Brooklyn, New York, on Monday, November 4th 1940. Charles William Miller, son of the late Sidney R. Miller, of Napanee, Ontario, and beloved husband of Lois Hughes. Funeral Wednesday morning on arrival of train. Interment Mount Hope Cemetery. Submitted By: Adeline
Brampton Times & Conservator -Friday Nov. 18, 1887: MOORE -aged 75 years and 6 months....native of Co. Down Ireland, came to Canada many years ago with his father & mother & other members of his family... member of the Orange order... leaves three sons, Dr. Moore of this town being the eldest, and one daughter... remains interred in Brampton cemetary.
Cdn Champion, 17 Nov 1898: MOORE, Samuel -Last week a terrible straw cutter accident occasioned the death of Samuel MOORE of Cooksville. While cutting straw on the BLAKE farm at Mimico the deceased was feeding and caught his left arm in the rollers of the machine, and in a moment the arm was drawn in and chopped off piece by piece up to the shoulder by the swiftly revolvong knives. The engine belt was immediately thrown, but all too late, as the victim died almost instantly. The deceased lived on the Centre Road near Cooksville and leaves a wife and six children.
Streetsville Review 24 Feb 1855: MORLEY - Mr. William, in his 72nd year, on 15th ult at Lakerrheath, Suffolk, England, was father of F.B. MORLEY, postmaster at Cooksville.
Streetsville Review Aug. 25, 1910 P. 5, col. 2: NEWHOUSE - On Tuesday, Aug. 16, 1910, Mary Sinclair, relict of the late Cornelius Newhouse, in her 79th year. The funeral took place from the residence of Mr. Hugh Craig, lot 21, second line east, on Fridy, August 19th, at 2:30 o'clock to Dixon's Cemetery. Submitted By: Jan
Streetsville Review Sept. 24, 1903 P. 1; col. 3: NEWHOUSE- After a long illness, Mrs. William Newhouse passed away on Saturday last. Deceased was in her 98th year and was a native of Toronto Twp. Her maiden name was Ann Jane Kennedy. Mrs. Newhouse survived her husband a little over a year. The deceased lady was of a most kindly and charitable disposition. For many years she was an earnest and faithful attendant of worship at Grace Methodist Church. She is survived by one daughter, who will have the sympathy of many friends in her affliction. The remains of Mrs. Newhouse were buried in the family plot at Dixon's Church on Monday afternoon. Among the relatives present from a distance were: Mr. Kennedy, brother, Owen Sound; Mrs. Kilpatrick and daughter, Owen Sound; Mrs. Newhouse and Mrs. Durham, St. Catharines; Dr Johnston, Mr. Hugh Day Johnston and another brother, of Michigan. Submitted By: Jan [NOTE: Her headstone says she was born in 1835 and on the census record she was 6 years younger than her husband. Her age may be wrong.]
Streetsville Review May 29, 1902 P. 4, col. 4: NEWHOUSE - At Brampton, on Wednesday, May 21st, William Newhouse in his 73rdyear. Submitted By: Jan
Brampton Conservator 1 May, 1890: NIXON - On Thursday evening 24th April 1890, at lot 8, 4th line east, Chinguacousy, John Nixon, aged 58 yearsand 6 months. Submitted By: Adeline
Brampton Times & Conservator - 27 August 1891: NORRIS -The death occurred on Saturday last of Mrs. Henry NORRIS, 4th line, near Macville. Deceased was 62 years of age and had been ailing for about two years. The interment took place on Monday to Providence burial ground, Sandhill, Rev. H. Harper officiating. The funeral was largely attended as the deceased was very highly esteemed by her acquaintances. Submitted By: Adeline
Toronto Daily Star - 12 November 1918 : O'CONNOR - At. St. Michael`s Hospital on Friday, November 8th, Isabella O`Connor (formerly of Midland), beloved wife of T.J. O`Connor, in her 39th year. At the Sick Children`s Hospital, Donald O`Connor, Thursday, November 7th, in his 11th year, and Harold O`Connor, Saturday, November 9th in his 9th year. Interment took place in Mount Hope Cemetery November 11th. Midland papers please copy. Submitted By: Adeline
The Evening Telegram - 5 November 1940: PALMER - George Stanley - On Monday, November 4th 1940, at Toronto General Hospital, George Stanley Palmer, beloved husband of Edna Beatrice Lee. Resting at the home of his father-in-law, James Lee, 38 Somerset Avenue, for service Wednesday at 2 p.m., to Prospect Cemetery. Submitted By: Adeline
The Evening Telegram - 5 November 1940: PILCH - Gordon Vern - At the Western Hospital, on Monday, November 4th 1940, Gordon Vern Pilch, beloved son of Silas Pilch, and the late Florence Pilch, and brother of Robert and Lorne of 178 1/2 Queen Street East, aged 20 years. Resting at the Chapel of Washington and Johnston, 717 Queen Street East (at Broadview). Funeral service on Thursday afternoon at 2 o`clock. Interment St. John`s Cemetery, Norway. Submitted By: Adeline
Toronto Daily Star - 12 November 1918: PRICE - On November 12th, Jackson Edward Price, beloved husband of Elizabeth Brocklebank, aged 69 years and 9 months. Funeral from his late residence, 38 Glenlake Avenue, on Thursday, at 2 p.m., to Prospect Cemetery. Submitted by: Adeline
Streetsville Review 6 Jan 1855: REID, Samuel, age 17, murdered at Elizabeth & Edward Streets, St. Johns Ward, Toronto (City)
The Evening Telegram - 5 November 1940: RIDDELL - Charlotte E. H. - On Monday, November 4 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L.G. Davis, 187 Lanley Avenue. Charlotte E.H. (formerly of St. Lawrence Hall), widow of James L. Riddell, and beloved mother of Mrs. L.G. Davis (Beatrice), and Mrs. J.R. Songhurst (Reta). Resting at the home of her daughter. Mrs. J.R. Songhurst, 5 Bowden Street. Service Wednesday, at 2 p.m., to St. Johns Norway. Submitted By: Adeline
Streetsville Review 27 Jan 1855: RINTOUL - obit for David M., raised in Streetsville, M.D. from McGill University, Montreal. Went to work at Bruces Mines where he died 2nd ult at age 24. Submitted By: Mary
Brampton Times & Conservator - July 15 1881: SCOTT -At Orangeville, on the 11th inst., William Hepburn SCOTT, Q.C., M.P.P. for West Peterboro, son of the late John SCOTT, Esq., of Brampton, aged 43 years. Submitted by: Adeline
The Evening Telegram - 5 November 1940: SILK - Annie Beatrice HILL - Entered into rest, Sunday, October 27th 1940. Annie Beatrice Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Hill and dear sister of Cecil Herbert, Allen, Arthur, Frank Hill and Violet Thompson. Service was held on October 30th1940 to Erskine Cemetery, Dunbarton, Ontario. Submitted By: Adeline
The Bulletin, Streetsville, May 15, 1843: Death of Dr. SOUTHEY died at his residence at Keswick, 21 March 1843, in his 69th year named Poet Laureate in 1812, married twice, the second was Miss Caroline BOWLES, a poetess. Submitted By: Mary
Streetsville Review May 29, 1902 p. 4, col. 4: SPEIGHT - On Wednesday afternoon, 21st of May at Moorecroft, the residence of his brother-in-law H. P. Moore of Acton, Joseph Albert Speight in his 46th year. Submitted By: Jan
The Liberal - Jan 3 1932: Robert. S. THOMPSON Well Known Citizen Called By Death. Robert S. Thompson of Langstaff died at his home early Tuesday afternoon following a brief illness of a few days. The funeral was held from his late residence and was largely attended. Submitted By: Adeline
Streetsville Review Aug. 25, 1910 P. 5, col. 2: WILLIAMS - In Brampton, on Sunday, August 14th, 1910, Gwenllian Mae, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Williams, aged 4 months and 26 days. Submitted By: Jan
Brampton Conservator Nov 1900: WILSON, Lillian M.M., about 2 Jan 1900, late of Toronto twp (from a 'Notice to Creditors', executor of the estate is William Wilson). Submitted By; Mary
Cdn Champion, 17 Nov 1898: YOUNG, Harry - On Saturday last the remains of the late Harry YOUNG were interred in Brampton. The deceased, once a resident of Milton, where he is still remembered as an honest, hard working carpenter, has for some years past been living in Brampton. There, while working on Mr. R.H. HODSON's stable, he fell without any warning and almost instantly expired. Heart failure was the alleged cause of his death. He was a large man, weighin upwards of 200 pounds, of strong and healthy constitution and has been blessed with exceptionally good healt, scarcely ever having ever known a day's sickness, and was in his 50th year. He leaves a wife and five children, for whom general sympathy is felt at their sad and so sudden bereavement.
Deaths from Toronto Star,
Not all inclusive, not all names for that date were copied. If you are interested in any of the above names please contact JMehetable@aol.com:
Jan 18 1925:
AGIN, Betsy Ann
ADAMS, Sarah Ann
HIRD, daughter Mary
BOWMAN, Francis Hugh
CAMPLIN, Harold H.
CUNNEYWORTH, Margaret Rolston
SCOTT, William Rose
SHAVER, Gordon (Sport)
STEWART, John James
STIBBARD, John Sheldrake
WILLISON, Rachel Wood
18 Jan 1925 - Memoriams
COATES, Melissa Alice
May 5, 1925
ADAMS, Emma Ann
COOK, Sarah Ann Rundle
HARRIS, Frank J.
HUGHES, Stewart N.
LACEY, John J.
Sept. 13, 1954
McCONNELL, Melissa Boyd
OSBORNE, John William
PARKER, Florence Evelyn
WEAVER, Walter T.
WIGHTON, Annie Harriet
June 21, 1956
ALEXANDER, Robert K.
ANDERSON, Harold Frederick
ANDERSON, John Alexander
BENNET, William H.
BERRY, Mary Lavina
CAHILL, William (Timmy)
CATOR, Kenneth Edward
HEAD, Ida May Trotter
HEWSON, Frank Leonard
HUNT, George L.
JONES, Edna Susan
KING, Florence Naomi
KUMIIYR? (KUMHYER ), Michael
19 June 1974
MORROW, Vella Marie
NORD, Marion (nee DRYBROUGH)
NURNBERGER, Elmo Herman Robert
PLUNKETT, Flossie Rose Cumela
WICKETT, Frederick Joseph
WILSON, Florence Annie
WILSON, Nelson David
WILSON, Robert Andrew
19 June, 1974 - Memoriams