Grimsby Newspapers
Gilmore, Sarah (Died on 14 June 1901)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 20 Jun 1901, p. 7

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Her many friends were shocked to hear of the sudden death of Sarah, beloved wife of J.H. Gilmore, on Friday morning last. Deceased was taken ill the Sunday night previous, having been enjoying her usual health up to that time, then she was stricken with a former complaint, appendicitis, and this time resulted fatally in spite of all that medical aid could do. ... The husband and five children were called upon to suffer an irreplaceable loss. The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon and was very largely attended by friends of the family. The cortege proceded from the home to the Methodist Church, where service was conducted by Rev. F.W. Hollinrake assissted by Rev. Jas. Goodwin, the pastor having returned from his visit in Goderich. ... The friends then followed the remains to the last resting place in Queen's Lawn Cemetery. The pallbearers were: Jas. Groce, George Hughes, W.F. Randall, J. Durham, George Van Dyke, and W.F. Lewis.

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Genealogical Resource
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Newspaper located at the Grimsby museum.
Date of Publication:
20 Jun 1901
Date Of Event:
14 June 1901
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Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Gilmore, Sarah (Died on 14 June 1901)