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Davidson, John Jeffers (Died on 24 Oct 1951)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 1 Nov 1951, p. 12


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John Jeffers Davidson, a resident of the Clinton district for the past 10 years, died in his 85th year at the Memorial Hospital on Wednesday evening, October 24th.

Deceased was born at Drayton, Ont., and was a school teacher by profession. He had lived in western Canada for a number of years, but for some time had made his home with his son, O.D. Davidson, in Clinton Township.

He is survived by his widow, the former Almeda Montgomery; a daughter, Mrs. E.J.R. Mason, of Toronto; tow sons, Oral of Clinton, and Clive of Winnipeg; two brothers, Joseph of Drayton, and Richard, of Lethbridge, Alta.; two sisters, Mrs. W. Jones and Mrs. G. Johnston, of Vancouver, and also four grandchildren.

His eldest son, Lieut. Lavell Davidson, was killed while serving in France in World War I.

The funeral was held on Friday afternoon from the J.W. Buck & Son Funeral Home. Interment was in Mt. Osborne Cemetery.

Rev. R.K. Lemkay, of Trinity United Church, Grimsby, conducted the service. The following gentlemen acted as bearers: Harold Jarvis, H.V. Betzner, M.A. Johnson, Elmon Cosby, O.B. Annable and Charles Wilcox.


Media Type:
Genealogical Resource
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Newspaper
Item Type:
Obituaries
Date of Publication:
1 Nov 1951
Date Of Event:
24 Oct 1951
Last Name(s):
Davidson
Language of Item:
English
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Davidson, John Jeffers (Died on 24 Oct 1951)