Grimsby Newspapers
Culp, Mary M. (Died on 8 Sept 1933)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 13 Sep 1933, p. 5

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The largest funeral that the Jordan district has ever known was held Sunday when Mrs. Mary M. Culp, prominent resident was laid to rest. Mrs. Culp died on Friday after a long illness. She was in her 84th year. The funeral service was conducted by the Rev. Simon Edwards of St. Pauls United Church, St. Catharines,assisted by the Rev. Ray Albright of the Jordan Station Church and Rev. R. Keefer of R.R. 2 Freeman. Interment took place at Vineland Cemetery. The late Mrs. Culp was born at Vineland in 1850 and had lived in the district most of her life. She married Samuel M. Culp in 1869, and they took up farming in the Vineland district. After the death of her husband in 1888 Mrs. Culp moved to St. Catharines, where she resided for 25 years. She was very active in work at St. Pauls United Church and was once President of the WCTU of Lincoln and Welland Counties. She leaves one sister, Mrs. Sarah Gayman of Vineland, and one helf-brother, Elmon Moyer, also of Vineland; two daughters, Alice of Beamsville and Effie of Syracuse, N.Y., four sons, Joseph E. of Jordan, Rev. Menno M. of R.R.No. 4 Simcoe, Wesley M. of Jordan and Samuel M. of Margo, Sask.

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13 Sep 1933
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8 Sept 1933
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Culp, Mary M. (Died on 8 Sept 1933)