February 4, 1921
Died - At Scotch Lines, Tuesday, January
RITCHIE, wife of late Robert HENDRY, aged 79 years, of
pleuro-pneumonia. Was daughter of late William R., lumberman,
. Survived by brothers John & Robert,
, Ab. And Donald, Chicago and sister, Mrs. Edwin BULLARD,
American Baptist Mission, Kavati, India, also 4 children; Anna & John M. on
the homestead, Scotch Line; Mrs. W. R. Hendry, Bindloss, Ab. & Mrs. P. S.
McLaren, Drummond. Daughter Mrs. R.
predeceased by 1 year. To
Died - At
, B.C., Jan 18, Halbert
(OLIVER), youngest son of late George OLIVER, Scotch Line.
Died - At the home of his daughter, Mrs.
, Saturday, Jan 22, Christopher
McCULLOUGH, aged 75 years, 10 months. Born on Scotch Line on border
of Drummond & Bathurst Twps. After death of wife 8 years ago came to
. To St. James vault Tuesday.
Died - At
, Thursday, Jan 20, John
WILSON, aged 78 years.
Married - At
, Saturday Feb. 5 by Dr. R.C. Johnstone, Andrew
Married - At the home of Mrs. Walter
, Wednesday, Feb. 9 by A. H. Scott, her daughter Mary
Elizabeth (CUNNINGHAM) to Norman
. The bride's
brother is Norman Cunningham.
Married - At St. Andrew's Church,
Lindsay, Wed. Feb 2, by F. H. McIntosh, Vera
Edith Mary (MERCER), only daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Walter Mercer,
Lindsay to Stanley
Meredith (SCOTT), BA, barrister, elder son of His Honour Judge &
Mrs. Scott of
Died - At
, Feb. 4, Alex
McDOUGALL, aged 86 years, 7 months. Born on the farm now owned by Wm.
in 1835. In 1861 married Mary DUNN, Lavant.
Thirteen children, 7 survive: James, Lanark; John, Hopetown; Robert &
; Stewart, Lammermoor; Charles,
; and Eva (Mrs. Thos Paul),
. Deceased were:
Albert, Aggie, Martha, Mary, and
; and Mary,
. Also 46
grandchildren & 9 great-grandchildren. Presbyterian & Conservative &
. Lanark Era.
Died - As a result of continued quarrelling,
45, was fatally shot Monday at Caintown, by Derrick TENNANT, 79, with whom he
Married - In Cathedral of S. S. Peter
, Friday, October 2, by Fr. Hunt. Violet M. DALEY, formerly
, daughter of late Thomas & Mrs. Daley, Pembroke to
Francis B. McGOWAN, Detroit, son of Mrs. B. McGowan, Perth. Will reside in
where groom is a linotype operator.
Divorce - Applied for Divorce by Robert
from his wife, Annie
for adultery & desertion.
Died - In
Seymour (LYON), son of George S. LYON, well known Canadian golfer
& brother of C. H. Lyon,
, in his 28th year. Overseas
when he was less than 17. In poor
health since wounded in Zillebecke.
Died - At Castleford, John McGREGOR, 86.
Went with his brother late Robert from Bathurst Twp.
Died - In
, Friday, October 9, James
McKITTRICK, after an extended illness. Born in Lanark Twp.
In 1888 married Ellen FOY,
who predeceased him some years ago. Leaves 4 children; Mary,
Margaret, Leo & Lloyd. Also 3 sisters & 1 brother; Mrs. Thomas Richards,
Drummond; Mrs. John Quinn, Lanark; Brother Peter, medical doctor & sister
Mrs. Morphy of Thorp, Wis., are deceased. Funeral Monday October 12, from
Died - At
Fitzwilliam SHAW, formerly chief clerk of Dept. of Inland Revenue,
. Born at
, son of James Shaw and Matilda Berford.
First wife was sister of W. P. & Norman Lett,
. By her 1 child;
Mrs. Nora Morgan,
. Second wife, Louise Sewell,
, survives with 3 sons & 2 daughters; Rutherford in BC;
Trevor & Eric, both of Hartford Con.; Mrs. Walter Soper,
; Mrs. Kelhor Carr, St. Louis.
Died - At
, Saturday, October 3, Donald
(STEWART), 44, 3rd son of late Mr. & Mrs. Daniel STEWART,
December 29, 1917
to Hazel ROACH, New Liskeard.
To them 2 sons; Donald & Robbie & daughter who died when not 2
weeks old. Leaves wife, family 5 brothers & 6 sisters.
Died - At
, Ab. Monday, Oct 12,
John RITCHIE, aged 81 years, 11034 125 St.
Born Scotch Line
Feb 12, 1844
. eldest son of late William R. & Joan Dennison &
grandson of John R., pioneer settler, who came from Scotland in 1816.
Married over 50 years ago to Agnes, daughter of late Thomas Dennison,
Scotch Line who survives with 2 daughters & 4 sons: Maud, died in
; Ella, Mrs. Harry W. Ambrose & Joanna, Mrs. G. Stewart
. A. E. (Frank),
Bremner, Ab.; John W. Edmonton; Howard, killed in auto accident,
; Ray died at home in
; Ernest G.,
. Also brothers
& Sister, Mrs. E. Bullard,
. Baptist "Journal".
Lanark Era Obituaries
Wed. June 5th, 1901
, May 22nd, Mrs. James Erwin, aged 78 years. She was
Foster, and was twice married, having three children in each case.
They are; James, at
; Robert, in the Batineau; Thomas, in Oso Twp.; Henry, of
; Archibald, on the homestead; and Mrs. James Geary, of
. Burial on Friday in
Wed. January 27th, 1904
, Thurs. Jan. 21st, Ann
Jane Foster, aged 69 years. She took sick the day of her
sister's funeral. Only one sister survives, Mrs. James Erwin, 11th line
. Burial in Rokeby cemetery.
Keith Thompson - 18 February, 2003.
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WILLIAM H (Bill)
Peacefully at his home at Snow Road on Friday, August 16, 1996, William
H (Bill) Sargeant, in his 89th year. Beloved husband of Della J
(Morrow) Sargeant. Dear father of Delmar of Snow Road, Uncle and father to
Levern (Margaret) Morrow of Kingston, Dennis (Donna) Morrow of Peterborough,
Valerie (Norman) Truelove of McDonalds Corners, and Veronica Morrow at home.
Brother of the late Robert Sargeant, Evelyn Trombley and Minnie Mundell. Sadly
missed by his nieces, nephews and their families. Friends may call at the Blair
& Son Funeral Home, Perth, Sunday from 2-5 and 7-9 and at Snow Road
Presbyterian Church, Snow Road, Monday Aug 18 from 12 noon until services at 1
pm. Interment Crawford Cemetery, In remembrance contributions to the Snow Road
Presbyterian Church or fund of your choice would be appreciated.
YOUNG, ALMA ETHEL
(Past Matron Eastern Star Chapter). In hospital, Almonte, Ontario,
Monday, March 7, 1983, in her 72nd year, Alma Ethel Williams, beloved
wife of the late Robert (Bert) Alexander Young. Dear sister of William Williams,
Thompson, Manitoba; predeceased by 1 sister Ketha Maude (Mrs. James Dunn).
Friends may call at the Kerry Funeral Home, 154 Elgin Street, Almonte for
visiting on Tuesday from 3-9pm, Funeral Service in the Funeral Home on Wednesday
at 2 pm,. Reverend Jack Lougheed
officiating. Interment Auld Kirk Cemetery in the spring. In lieu of flowers
donations made to the charity of your choice would be appreciated.
Posted: 13 February, 2006.
The Rideau Record, issue date Thursday, March 10
Death of Edwin Caswell - A familiar figure is
removed from Smith's Falls by the death of Mr. Edwin
Caswell which occurred at an early hour yesterday morning. Mr. Caswell
suffered from a stroke of paralysis about twenty years ago. It left him lame and
his health had been impaired since that time but he been able to go about until
about three months ago when he was taken very ill. He had been confined to his
bed the greater part of the time and gradually became weaker and weaker until
for some weeks past all hope of his complete recovery had been given up. Mr.
Caswell had the agency for several well known works of literature and made quite
a success of that business. Deceased was the second son of Mrs. James Caswell,
Main street. Except for a few years spent in Cleveland, Ohio, he had lived the
whole of his life in Smith's Falls or vicinity and was known to nearly every
person hereabouts. He was 58 years of age and is survived by one son William, of
Cleveland, besides his mother, four brothers and three sisters. His wife was
(Sarah ALTON nee Simons)
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The Record News Issue date July 30, 1964
Canada’s Oldest Citizen Dies in
Mrs. Annie Potter, believed to be Canada’s oldest
citizen died in Carleton Place Sunday at the age of 106.
Born at Portage du Forte, Que., Sept. 24, 1857, Mrs.
Potter is survived by all of her five children, 52 grandchildren, 29 great
grandchildren, and 18 great great grandchildren.
Mrs. Potter was the widow of Thomas Potter of Arnprior.
She died at the Bartlett Nursing Home in Carleton Place where she had
been living since 1955.
Funeral Services were held last Thursday at 2 pm at the
Boyce Funeral Home, Arnprior.
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Posted: 02 April, 2006.