Grimsby Newspapers
Walters, Eliza Ann (née Konkle) (Died on 8 Feb 1947)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 13 Feb 1947, p. 9


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Mrs. Eliza Ann Walters, widow of the late Jacob B. Walters, died Saturday at her home on Park Road, Grimsby Beach, in her 83rd year. Born in Clinton Township, she had spent all her life in the district. She had lived at Grimsby Beach for the past 42 years.

Three months ago she fell and fractured her hip and her death is attributed to this injury. She was highly respected, and a member of Beamsville Presbyterian Church.

She is survived by three sisters, Mrs. T. Chadwick, Grimsby; Mrs. S. Frickey, St. Catharines; Mrs. V. Ressey, California; three brothers, Alex and George Konkle, Clinton Township, and James Konkle, Beamsville; three sons, Robert, Grimsby Beach; Jacob, London, Ontario; and Clarence at Picton; 15 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Funeral was held Monday afternoon from the Buck Funeral Home, Beamsville, with interment being made in Queen's Lawn Cemetery, Grimsby.

Rev. Francis McAvoy, assisted by Rev. Mr. Scott, conducted the services.

Casket bearers were Stewart Walters of Welland, Wm. Walters of Picton, Gordon and Douglas of London, Harold and Leslie Walters of Grimsby, all grandsons.


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Genealogical Resource
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Newspaper
Item Type:
Obituaries
Date of Publication:
13 Feb 1947
Date Of Event:
8 Feb 1947
Last Name(s):
Walters
Konkle
Language of Item:
English
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Walters, Eliza Ann (née Konkle) (Died on 8 Feb 1947)