Grimsby Newspapers
Southward, Mrs. George (Died on 13 April 1911)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 19 Apr 1911, p. 3


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The many friends of Mrs. Geo. Southward in Grimsby and vicintiy were greatly shocked to learn of her sudden death on Thursday, April 13, 1911. Mrs. Southward had been in Hamilton quite a bit attending at the bedside of her brother-in-law, Mr. Chas. Cole and had not been in good health for about one week or more previous to his death. She had concluded to return to her home in South Grimsby and came as far as Grimsby, but on learning of Mr. Cole's death, she returned to Hamilton on Friday, April 7. She did not improve and immediately after the funeral on Monday, April 10, she returned to her home feeling quite ill. ... Her death occurred on Thursday, April 13 ... The deceased lady was a sister to W.B. Durham, M. Durham, and Mrs. Geo. VanDyke, all of Grimsby, and Mrs. Chas. Cole, of Hamilton. ... The funeral took place on Saturday afternoon, April 15, to Queen's Lawn Cemetery and was largely attended. ... The deceased lady is survived by her husband, one daughter, three sons, two brothers and two sisters.


Media Type:
Genealogical Resource
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Newspaper
Item Type:
Obituaries
Notes:
Newspaper located at the Grimsby museum.
Date of Publication:
19 Apr 1911
Date Of Event:
13 April 1911
Last Name(s):
Southward
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Southward, Mrs. George (Died on 13 April 1911)