Kimmins, Helena (née Bedell) (Died on 22 Apr 1922)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 26 Apr 1922, p. 4

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Mrs. Helena Kimmins, 71 Main Street West, Hamilton, widow of Major Albert E. Kimmins, who was killed during the second battle of Ypres, died suddenly at her home on Saturday, April 22, 1922, the seventh anniversary of her husband's death. [illegible] Mrs. Kimmins was born in Winona and was a daughter of Jeremiah Bedell. She was married in 1899, and reside there until a few years ago, when the family removed to Hamilton. She leaves two daughters, Misses Dorothy and Gertrude, and a sister, Mrs. R.A. Pringle. A private funeral service was held at the residence of Mrs. R.A. Pringle, 26 Charlton Avenue East on Monday at 8 o'clock, and on Tuesday morning the remains were brought to St. Andrew's Anglican Church and lay in state until 2:30 p.m. when service was held by the Rev. J. Allan Ballard. Interment was in St. Andrew's cemetery and the pallbearers were R.A. Pringle, Frank Pringle, Senator E.D. Smith, Major Armand Smith, John Unwin and Frank Williams.

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Date of Publication:
26 Apr 1922
Date Of Event:
22 Apr 1922
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.56631
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Kimmins, Helena (née Bedell) (Died on 22 Apr 1922)