Buried side by side, the bodies of Harry M. Bready, Gertrude Hainer and Maud Hughes will rest side by side...
Publication
Grimsby Independent, 17 Dec 1902, p. 7
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Newspaper
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Articles
Notes
buried in Queen's Lawn Cemetery
Date of Publication
17 Dec 1902
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Bready, Harry ; Hainer, Gertrude ; Hughes, Maud
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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The funerals of the three victims of the accident at the GTR station on the night of Sunday, December 7th, took place on Thursday afternoon last from the Methodist Church. ... The services in the church were conducted by Rev. W.F. Hollinrake, Rev. A.B. Cohoe, and Rev. John Muir ...

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Buried side by side, the bodies of Harry M. Bready, Gertrude Hainer and Maud Hughes will rest side by side...