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From: Gerry Perry <>
Subject: [CANADA-OBITS] Oak River Gazette 03/10/1920
Date: Wed, 17 Jul 2002 20:07:52 -0700
>From the Oak River Gazette, Oak River, MB
Mrs. JANE HYNDMAN
On Thursday, March 4th, there passed away Mrs. Jane HYNDMAN, at the
home of her son John A. HYNDMAN, Hyndman, Man., at the advanced age of
76 years and 2 months, after a short illness.
The late Mrs. HYNDMAN was born in Hallville, Dundas county, Ontario,
and was married on March 19th, 1868, to Mr. Joseph HYNDMAN, of Hyndman,
Ont. Her husband predeceased her in September, 1901. She leaves to
mourn her loss one daughter Mrs. GRANT of Vancouver, B.C., and three
sons, James, of South Mountain, Ont., John A., of Hyndman, Man., and
William, of Grenfell, Sask., who was present at the funeral, also eleven
grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Mrs. HYNDMAN's gentle
disposition and kindness of heart made her beloved by all who knew her.
Owing to the family of her son suffering from influenza the funeral
was of a private nature. Interment took place in the Oak River cemetery
on Saturday afternoon, Rev. Wm. FERGUSON officiating. The pall bearers
were S. HALL, W. B. YOUNG, C. O. HYNDMAN and H. THOMPSON.
GEORGE T., WILDRED JAMES, DELLA and EDITH HENRY
To lose four children in two days has just been the exceptionally sad
lot of Mr. and Mrs. William HENRY, the cause of death in each case being
pneumonia following influenza. George T., aged 18 years and 11 months,
and Della aged 14 years and 5 months, died less than an hour apart on
Friday morning, and Wilfred James, aged sixteen, and Edith aged eleven,
passed away early Sunday morning. The deceased were all of a robust
constitution and particularly well developed for their age, but in spite
of this and all that medical science could do for them, the disease was
of such a malignant type that they could not withstand its ravages.
The four children were buried in White Bank Lea cemetery, the former
two on Saturday forenoon and the latter two on Sunday evening, Rev. Wm.
Four pleasant faces will be greatly missed from the life of our
community, and our tenderest sympathies are extended to the fond parents
in their grief.
MRS. HENRY ARGUE
Mrs. Henry ARGUE passed away at her old home near Puslinch, Ont., on
Wednesday, March 3rd. The late Mrs. ARGUE had been in failing health
for over two years and went to Ontario about two months ago. Her
condition being critical, Mr. ARGUE followed her a few weeks later and
was with her when the end came. The funeral was held to the Puslinch
cemetery last Friday.
A sweet little face passed from out our ken on Sunday forenoon
whenIrene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. HAYS, succumbed to an attack
of pneumonia at the age of four years, six months and six days, after an
illness of eight days duration. The funeral was held to the Oak River
cemetery on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. S. J. WICKENS
MRS. MARGARET WELSH
Robt. WELSH has just received word of the death of his mother, Mrs.
Margaret WELSH, in Dumfries, Scotland, at the advanced age of 69 years
and six months, her husband having predeceased her nine years ago. She
leaves, besides Robert, two daughters in Canada: Mrs. RIDDICK of
McConnell, and Mrs. CLARK of Winnipeg, and two daughters and a son in
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