Mrs. Ann Clarkson, a resident of Grimsby since July, 1947, died at her home 229 Main St., yesterday [sic], after a few weeks' illness. She was born in England, November 1873, coming to Saskatchewan 39 years ago, then to Ontario 5 years ago. She had been an active member in Foam Lake United Church, Saskatchewan, and was an adherent of Trinity United Church, Grimsby. Surviving are her husband, William Clarkson; two sons, Frank and Ralph, of Winnipeg; two brothers, Charles and Sidney Cruse, Winnipeg, and three sisters in England.
The funeral was held from the Stonehouse Funeral Home on Monday, April 4th, at 2 p.m., with Rev. A.L. Griffith conducting the service.
The pallbearers were Davide McLay, Ray Howe and John Bergstrom of Hamilton; Harry Cartner, Earl Cameron and Clarence Fuller. Interment was made in Queen's Lawn Cemetery.
Ed. note: it should likely read "a week yesterday" - that makes the date of death March 30.