Grimsby Newspapers
Bevan, William T. (Died on 6 Sept 1944)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 14 Sep 1944, p. 5

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William T. Bevan, 31, of 25 Hazel Street, Merritton, who was accidentally killed last Wednesday evening when the motorcycle on which he was riding, was involved in a collision with a truck at the Park road intersection of No. 8 Highway, was a former Grimsby resident, having lived for some years at 35 Fairview Road. Deceased came to Grimsby about ? years ago and up until a few months ago had been an employee of The Brock Snyder Mfg. Co. He married Ruth Hand, daughter of Sylvester and Mrs. Hand, Elm Street. He was a member of St. John's Presbyterian church. Besides his wife, he is survived by two young daughters, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bevan of Hamilton; two sisters, Mrs. Robert Denver of Dundas and Mrs. Fred Love of Hamilton; three brothers, Roy of Hamilton; Albert with the Canadian Army on the west coast, and Leonard on the Royal Canadian Navy. Funeral services were conducted on Saturday afternoon from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hand, Rev. W.J. Watt officiating. Interment was in Queen's Lawn cemetery. Casket bearers were Allan Bailey, Charles Kendall,, Hamilton; Douglas Martin, Binbrook; Fred Jeffrey, St. Catharines and Harry and Arthur Bevan, Galt.

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14 Sep 1944
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6 Sept 1944
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Bevan, William T. (Died on 6 Sept 1944)