Teeter, Helen (Died on 24 Nov 1920)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 8 Dec 1920, p. 5

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Many friends in different parts of Ontario will learn with regret of the death on Wednesday, November 24 of Helen Teeter, known to visitors to Grimsby Park for the last 40 years. Miss Teeter was born at "The Thirty" in 1862, being the only daughter of William and Eliza Teeter. Early in life she became a resident of the Park, owning a cottage on the Circle and had lived there almost continuously ever since. Fro several years she had been a keen sufferer but with the indomitable courage of her race she complained little and bore up to the last. Miss Teeter was a staunch Methodist and delighted to sit on her veranda and hear the many noted speakers and singers, who in the past have honored Grimsby Park with their presence. She was buried beside her parents in the Methodist Church cemetery at Smithville, leaving to mourn her demise two brothers John and Edgar of Hamilton.

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Newspaper located at the Grimsby Museum
Date of Publication:
8 Dec 1920
Date Of Event:
24 Nov 1920
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Teeter, Helen (Died on 24 Nov 1920)