Carpenter, Major G. Homer (Died)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 12 Apr 1933, p. 1
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A distinguished military and public career was brought to a close with the passing of Major G. Homer Carpenter,B.S.A., prominent Fruitland farmer, whose death will be widely regretted. He died early Friday morning after a long illness in his 50th year... Of United Empire Loyalist stock, Major Carpenter was born in Fruitland 49 years ago last December, the eldest son of the late Major F.M. Carpenter and Catharine Carpenter... His literary abilities had been recognized and he became editor of Farm and Dairy, but the death of his father called him back to the farm in Fruitland, which he operated with his brother, J. Fred Carpenter...Left to mourn are his widow, Alice Dorothy; two stepsons, Raymond Ford at home and Leslie Ford at the O.A.C. Guelph; one brother, J.Fred, and three sisters, Mrs. Edward Kelly, Niagara Falls, Ont.; Mrs. (Dr.)W.O. Stevenson, Hamilton, and Miss Frances E. of Bartonville...

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12 Apr 1933
Date Of Event
7 Apr 1933
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Carpenter, Major G. Homer (Died)