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From: Marg McFarlane <>
Subject: Re: [ONTARIO] Obituaries in Sudbury newspapers
Date: Sat, 12 May 2012 09:35:09 -0600
I looked in the Toronto Star and the Globe and Mail just in case and
found only this one:
>From The Toronto Star, Monday, April 29, 1963:
WOODS, Marion A. – At Sudbury Memorial Hospital, Friday, April 26,
1963, Marion A. Shane, beloved wife of Hercules Woods of Sudbury, dear
mother of Rev. Cecil S. Woods, Brownsburg, QU; dear sister of John,
Toronto. Resting at Jackson & Barnard funeral home, 233 Larch Street,
Sudbury. Service in St. Andrews’ United Church Monday afternoon at 2
o’clock. Interment in Park Lawn Cemetery, Sudbury.
Note that you have a death date of April 28 but the obit in the Star
does say she died April 26.
Try emailing the Sudbury library here:
Title: Obituary. --
Source Sudbury Star.
Date August 17, 1983.
Description p. 15 : port.
Format Newspaper article.
Subject Woods, Cecil S.
Fontaine, Corona (née Houle)
Num. Index 19830817
Ask them if they could please scan and email the article, or
transcribe and email it if it's not too long, or, if they can't, give
them your snail-mail address. It may cost a small amount,
particularly if they have to snail-mail it.
Marg in Sunny Alberta
On Fri, May 11, 2012 at 12:50 PM, Pat Turner <> wrote:
> I'm looking for obituaries for the following people:
> Rev. Cecil Stuart Woods - died 15 August 1983
> Hercules Woods - died 24 September 1968
> Marion Agnes Woods (nee Shane) - died 28 April 1963
> I found a reference online to an obit for Cecil Woods in the Sudbury Star 17 Aug 1983 but was unable to view it.
> If anyone is planning a trip to a Sudbury library and would be willing to look these up for me I would be extremely grateful.
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