Game, Ann (Died)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 12 Jan 1921, p. 8
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One of Grimsby's oldest and most respected citizens, Mrs. Ann Game, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 6, 1921, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Calvin Parker, Niagara Falls, Ont. Mrs. Game was the widow of the late Isaac Game, who died in March 1918, whom she married in Grimsby township where she resided msot of her life. The surviving children are as follows: W.H. and Leslie of Grimsby; Mrs. Charles Roades of Tilbury; Mrs. A.R. Fisher, and Mrs. Elizabeth Cole of Grimsby, Mrs. John Dilts of Toronto, Mrs. Calvin Parker of Niagara Falls, Ont., Mrs. David Fisher, Grimsby, Mrs. Bruce Walker, Vancouver, B.C., and Miss Lena Game, Toronto. The deceased lady has 17 grandsons and 14 granddaughters living. The funeral took place from the G.T.R. station on the arrival of the 1:58 p.m. train on Saturday, Jan. 8, 1921, to Queen's Lawn Cemetery and was largely attended by old friends, acquaintances and relatives. Services were held at the graveside by the Rev. L.H. Currie of St. John's Presbyterian Church, the Rev. J. Allen Ballard of St. Andrew's Church assisting. The pallbearers were the same as had borne her late husband to the grave: two sons, William H. and Leslie, two sons-in-law, A.R. Fisher of Grimsby and Calvin Parker of Niagara Falls; and two nephews, Henry H. and Charles T. Farrell, both of Grimsby.

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12 Jan 1921
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6 Jan 1921
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Game, Ann (Died)