Barnard, Mary M. (Died)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 8 Feb 1922, p. 4
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The body of the late Mrs. Sinclair Barnard, accompanied by Mr. Barnard, reached the home of her mother, Mrs. W.B. Bridgman, at Winona on Friday evening. Mrs. Barnard died suddenly of heart failure at Sunnyside, State of Washington, where the family had resided after leaving Inglewood, Sask., about a year ago. The funeral service, conducted by Rev. A.C. Eddy, pastor of the Fifty Methodist Church, was held at the home on Monday afternoon, Feb. 6. A letter of tribute from the matrons' class of the Sunday School was read by Rev. Mr. Eddy. M.O. Merritt of Smithville, a lifelong friend of the family, contributed an appropriate solo. There were many beautiful floral offerings. The body was laid to rest in the Fifty Cemetery, the following acting as pallbearers: Frank Bridgman, A.E. Durfey, Arthur M. Eastman, Ellis Murgatroyd, Hugh Murray and Oscar Pettit. Besides the husband the following children survive: Mrs. Harry Pettit in Saskatchewan, Howard at Inglewood, Sask.,and William and George, with their uncle, W.B. Bridgman, at Sunnyside, Washington.

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8 Feb 1922
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Barnard, Mary M. (Died)