Grimsby Newspapers
Hull, Edward Henry (Died on 09 Nov 1942)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 12 Nov 1942, p. 5


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The sudden passing Monday morning at the Royal Victoria hospital, Montreal, of Edward Henry Hull, of Walkerville, son of Edward Hull, Hamilton, and the late Annie Henry Hull, will come as a severe shock to his many friends in this district. His age was 40 years. Born in Hamilton and educated there and at Toronto university, he was master at Lake Lodge school, Grimsby, for a period of 11 years, prior to going to Walkerville, and later became eastern Canada representative for Gooderham & Worts. Mr. Hull was on a business trip when he was stricken with a heart attack and rushed to the hospital. He lived at 939 Chilver road, Walkerville, and leaves, besides his father, his wife, the former Gladys Drope, and two sons, Frank and William.

The remains arrived in Grimsby on Wednesday morning and service was held Wednesday afternoon in St. Andrew's with interment in the church cemetery. Rev. J. Allan Ballard officiated. Casket bearers were Allan L. Ambrose, H.A.F. Boyd, W.F. Buchan, W. Wallace Cooper, Marshall Taylor and C. Craig Wright.


Media Type:
Genealogical Resource
Newspaper
Item Type:
Obituaries
Date of Publication:
12 Nov 1942
Date Of Event:
09 Nov 1942
Last Name(s):
Hull
Local identifier:
Ontario.BMD.526860
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Hull, Edward Henry (Died on 09 Nov 1942)