Grimsby Newspapers
Woodcock, Mary Ann (Died on 2 Sept 1925)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 9 Sep 1925, p. 4

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One of Winonas most highly respected residents, in the person of Mrs. Mary Ann Woodcock, wife of Fred Woodcock, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, Sept. 2, 1925, at St. Josephs hospital, Hamilton, death terminating an illness of only 10 days, during which recovery was looked for. Born in Caiddingford, Surrey, 42 years ago, Mrs. Woodcock with her husband came to Canada and settled in this neighbourhood in 1913, and since that time had endeared about her a host of loving friends. In religious life Mrs. Woodcock was identified with St. Johns Anglican church, being a member of the womens auxiliary and the church chancel guild, in both of which the deceased was a devoted worker. Left to mourn her untimely demise are her husband and one son, Fred, at home, and her parents and 8 brothers and one sister in England. The funeral took place on Saturday afternoon from the residence of John and Mrs. Budge, Station road, interment being made in The Fifty cemetery.

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9 Sep 1925
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2 Sept 1925
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Woodcock, Mary Ann (Died on 2 Sept 1925)