Woodlan, Samuel W. (Died)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 26 May 1920, p. 6
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Smithville Review - After a lingering illness of about four years, the last few months of which time he had been confined to the house, Mr. Samuel W. Woodlan, one of the town's oldest and most highly respected citizens, passed away to his reward at noon on Sunday, aged 73 years and 17 days. Mr. Woodlan was born in Somersetshire, England, April 29th, 1847, and came to Canada when about one year old. After a short residence in Hamilton, the balance of his entire life was spent in Smithville. He was united in marriage in 1879 to Charlotte A. Lindaberry, who with two daughters, Mrs. C.E. Moore, of Proton Station, and Mrs. L.P. Killins, Smithville, remain to mourn the loss of a loving husband and fond parent. Deceased was an active member of the Presbyterian church, where he has been an Elder for many years. One brother, Thomas, and one sister, Mrs. Elliott, both of Smithville, survive.

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Date of Publication
26 May 1920
Date Of Event
23 May 1920
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Woodlan, Samuel W. (Died)