Grimsby Newspapers
Upper, George A. (Died on 4 Nov 1925)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 11 Nov 1925, p. 4

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Death on Wednesday of last week, removed a prominent figure from Merritton, in the person of George A. Upper. He had been very active in Orange circles, always taking a very prominent part in the activities of the order, and had been ailing for the past 18 months. He was born in Allanburg 69 years ago and moved to Merritton 30 years ago, where he became a very valuable citizen. He was a staunch Conservative and always took great interest in his party. Two sons, Robert J., of Newark, N.J., and William, at home; one daughter, Mrs. Reginald Moore, of Welland; two brothers, John of Dunnville, Reuben of Allanburg, and one sister, Mrs. David Chrysler, of Allanburg, survive. The late Mr. Upper was a member of Arabah Preceptory, Royal Black Knights of Ireland, and King William Lodge No. 77 of Merritton.

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11 Nov 1925
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4 Nov 1925
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Upper, George A. (Died on 4 Nov 1925)