Grimsby Newspapers
Chambers, Fannie (née Walker) (Died on 17 July 1945)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 26 Jul 1945, p. 4


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In poor health for some time, the death occurred on Tuesday July 17th, 1945, at the home of her son Charles A. Chambers, Dunnville, of Mrs. Fannie Chambers, in her 89th year. A resident of Dunnville district since 1926, Mrs. Chambers was very well known, and her many sterling qualities of heart and mind endeared her to all with whom she came in contact. Mrs. Chambers was born in Beamsville, on November 24th, 1856, a daughter of the late Major and Mrs. George Walker, and is of United Empire Loyalist stock. She was married about 60 years ago to Mr. George Chambers, who predeceased her in 1928, and they resided in the Winona district for many years. Surviving Mrs. Chambers are three sons: G. Stanley and Charles A. of Dunnville and G. Walker of Dunn. One brother, W.F. Walker of Hamilton also survives. The funeral was held on Thursday afternoon, July 19th, from the residence of Mr. G. Stanley Chambers, to St. Andrew's Anglican Church, Grimsby, where the services were conducted by the rector, Rev. A.E. Brooks. Interment was in Grimsby Cemetery.


Media Type:
Genealogical Resource
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Newspaper
Item Type:
Obituaries
Date of Publication:
26 Jul 1945
Date Of Event:
17 July 1945
Last Name(s):
Chambers
Walker
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Chambers, Fannie (née Walker) (Died on 17 July 1945)