Grimsby Newspapers
Henry, Alfred Ross (Died on 21 Nov 1918)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 4 Dec 1918, p. 1

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Mr. Alfred Ross Henry, a life-long citizen of Grimsby Village and Township and a business man in Grimsby for 25 years passed away at the home of his son-in-law, W.W. Kidd, on Thursday, Nov. 21st, 1918, in his 70th year. Although the deceased gentleman had been in poor health for several years on account of the loss of his sight, he was able to be up and about up till within a few days of his death. About three days previous to his death he was attacked by the Spanish influenza with fatal results. A.R. Henry was born in Grimsby Township and was a son of the late Joseph Henry. For many years he was foreman in the moulding shop of the John H. Grout & Co. Agricultural Works, Grimsby, but over 25 years ago he bought out the butcher business of W. Walker and carried on this business until failing health caused his retirement a few years ago. Deceased is survived by one daughter, Mrs. W.W. Kidd, two brothers, Joseph of Rochester and Charles of Detroit and one sister, Mrs. W.H. Farrell, Grimsby. The funeral took place to Queen's Lawn Cemetery on Saturday, Nov. 23rd and he eas buried with Masonic honours. The Rev. Mr. Ratcliffe held service at the home and graveside.

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4 Dec 1918
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21 Nov 1918
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Henry, Alfred Ross (Died on 21 Nov 1918)