Grimsby Newspapers
Cline, Thomas (Died on 24 Apr 1925)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 29 Apr 1925, p. 4


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Following a lingering illness the death of a highly respected and well-known resident of Hamilton and Grimsby occurred on Friday, April 24, 1925, at the Mountain hospital, in the person of Thomas Cline. Deceased was born in Bartonville 83 years ago. He had lived a retired life in Hamilton for nearly a quarter of a century. About two and a half years ago he came to Grimsby and made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Fred Marsh until going to the hospital. Fro many years Mr. Cline was engaged in the contracting business. He was a member of the Ryerson Methodist Church in Hamilton, and an adherent of Grimsby Methodist Church. Hes wife predeceased him 6 years ago. Left to mourn are four sons, Walter, of Vancouver; Charlie, of California; Bern, of Saskatchewan, and Blake, of Hamilton; two daughters, Mrs. James Milne, of Stoney Creek, and Mrs. Fred Marsh, of Grimsby; and two sisters, Mrs. Sarah House and Mrs. Peter Depew, both of Hamilton. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon from the residence of his son, Blake Cline, 193 Stirton street, Hamilton, to Bartonville cemetery.


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Genealogical Resource
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Newspaper
Item Type:
Obituaries
Date of Publication:
29 Apr 1925
Date Of Event:
24 Apr 1925
Last Name(s):
Cline
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Cline, Thomas (Died on 24 Apr 1925)