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Obituary Elizabeth McBurney wife of Thomas Campbell died Whitechurch April 1899
Wingham Times April 14, 1899, p. 5, c. 5.Whitechurch. One of the oldest residents of this section passed away on Tuesday of this week, in the person of Elizabeth, beloved wife of Thomas Campbell, in her 75th year. Mrs. Campbell had not been enjoying robust health for some years, but had been able to be around until about two weeks before her death, when she was stricken with inflammation of the lungs, which with her weakened constitution, was more than she could stand.
Deceased had been a resident of East Wawanosh and Whitechurch for many years and was held in very high esteem by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance. She leaves to mourn her loss, besides her husband, a grown up family of sons and daughters, all of whom will have the sympathy of the community in their affliction. The funeral took place to the Wingham cemetery on Thursday afternoon.
p. 8, c. 4.
Died. Campbell - In Whitechurch, on April 11th, Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Campbell, aged 75 years.
April 21, 1899, p. 1, c. 3.
Mrs. Campbell's Funeral - Owing to the high water and the bad state of the roads, the remains of Mrs. Thos. Campbell, of Whitechurch, were brought to Wingham by train on Thursday last, and the funeral was conducted from the G.T.R. station to the Wingham Cemetery.
Submitter Carol McBurney Bokas (replace AT with @ in email address)