Grimsby Newspapers
Geddes, Harry (Died on 16 June 1946)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 20 Jun 1946, p. 9

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Harry Geddes, a native of London, Engl., and a resident in Beamsville for the last 29 years, died on Sunday at the Gage Ave. military hospital, Hamilton. Deceased was a veteran of the First World War and was in his 62nd year. He had been a processor at the Canadian Canners plant in Grimsby...Surviving are his widow, four sons John and Norman at home, Wallace of Hamilton and Sidney in England; 8 daughters, Mrs. L. Excell, St. Catharines; Mrs. David Roebuck, Evelyn, Joyce, Ruth, Margaret, Arlene and Rachel of Beamsville; three brothers, Percy of Pt. Colborne, Sidney and Frank in England; three sisters, Mrs. E. Meredith, Mrs. A. Keyes in London; Miss Grace, New York, also his father in England. The funeral was held on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. from his late home to St. Albans Church for service. Burial was in Mt. Osborne cemetery.

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20 Jun 1946
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16 June 1946
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Geddes, Harry (Died on 16 June 1946)