Grimsby Newspapers
McIntosh, Charlotte Elizabeth (née Mottram) (Died on 21 July 1944)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 27 Jul 1944, p. 5


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Charlotte Elizabeth Mottram, widow of Donald McIntosh, died Friday night at a Campden nursing home, following an illness of several years. Born in England 71 years ago, she had lived in Canada for 58 years. After residing for some years at Grimsby, her husband being employed by the late Mrs. Makepeace, Mrs. McIntosh and her husband went to Vineland, where they had a fruit farm for more than 30 years. The deceased was a member of the Vineland United Church and was active in the women's organizations of the church. Her husband died three years ago. Sruviving are two sons and seven daughters, Douglas Allan, Vineland, and Donald Joseph, St. Catharines; Mrs. Harvey Keep, Vineland; Mrs. William Philipott, Niagara Falls N.Y.; Mrs. Christena Littler, Hamilton; Mrs. Maurice Burns, Ebenezer, N.Y.; Mrs. Gladson Skinner, Port Robinson; Mrs. Robert Campbell, Buffalo; and Mrs. Harold Kennedy, Jordan; a sister, Mrs. C. Burns, Victoria B.C.; three brothers, Joseph Mottram, Seattle; Fred and Arthur, of Victoria, B.C.


Media Type:
Genealogical Resource
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Newspaper
Item Type:
Obituaries
Date of Publication:
27 Jul 1944
Date Of Event:
21 July 1944
Last Name(s):
McIntosh
Mottram
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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McIntosh, Charlotte Elizabeth (née Mottram) (Died on 21 July 1944)