Grimsby Newspapers
Rushton, Henry Hartley (Died on 2 Sept 1945)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 6 Sep 1945, p. 8

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In poor health for over a year Henry Hartley Rushton, a Grimsby resident for over 12 years, passed peacefully away at his apartment on Main Street on Sunday. Deceased gentleman underwent a major operation a year ago in July and while he recovered sufficiently to be able to be around, still he never regained his former good health. three weeks ago he was confined to his bed and gradually grew weaker until Sunday when he silently slipped away to His Maker. He was in his 74th year and was born in Bruce county where he farmed extensively in the vicinity of Tara until his retirement 12 years ago. Surviving are his widow, one son Clarence H. Rushton and one sister Mrs. Elizabeth Lamont of Port Elgin. The remains were taken to Tara for interment in Hillcrest cemetery. Funeral services were held at the Tara Funeral Home, Rev. Mr. Curran of Allenford officiating. Mr. Howard Blowes sang the solo "Some Day You will Understand". Casket bearers were six nephews - Earl, Thomas and Edward Rushton, John Duke, Wm. White and Edward Powell.

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6 Sep 1945
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2 Sept 1945
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Rushton, Henry Hartley (Died on 2 Sept 1945)