Scott, John E. (Died)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 5 Apr 1933, p. 1
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Fellow citizens and friends learned with sincere regret of the death of one of Grimsby's most prominent and respected citizens in the person of John E. Scott, who died at the Christie St. Hospital, Toronto, on Sunday evening, following an extended illness. The funeral which was held on Wednesday was very largely attended members of the Masonic Order and of the West Lincoln Branch, Canadian Legion, of both of which organizations he was a member, attended in a body. Rev. Mr. Merritt, pastor of the Baptist Church, conducted the service at the home after which the courtege proceeded to Queen's Lwan cemetery where interment took place under Masonic auspices. Burial was made in the Soldier's plot. The pall bearers were Edric Johnson, J.H. Gibson, David Allen, C.W.F. Carpenter, C.H. Walker and J.H. Culp...The late Mr. Scott was born in Palmerston, New Zealand, coming to this country many years ago and had been a resident of the town for 30 years. He was in his 58th year. Mr. Scott was actively associated with municipal affairs, being a former member of the town council, while he was also a prominent member of fraternal orders...Surviving him are his widow and one son, Douglas.

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5 Apr 1933
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2 Apr 1932
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Scott, John E. (Died)