Grimsby Newspapers
Meggs, Arthur Harold (Died on 13 July 1950)
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 20 Jul 1950, p. 12


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Stricken with a heart attack, Mr. Arthur Harold Meggs, 60, accountant with the International Petroleum Co. Ltd., died Thursday at Talara, Peru. Associated with the company for the past 28 years, Mr. Meggs went to Peru last November to engage in special work. He had expected to return to Toronto this autumn. Born and educated in England, he came to Canada in 1911. He served with the 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles in the First World War. He had been a member and sang in the choir of St. Thomas Anglican Church for many years. He leaves his wife, Winifred Daisy Meggs, of 253 Wolverleigh Blvd., and two sons, John Raymond and Peter Anthony Meggs. - Globe and Mail.

Ed. Note - Before the First War Mr. Meggs was a resident of this district and was well and favourably known, particularly in the Lower Thirty area. He will be best remembered by the name of Tim. He enlisted with "B" Squadron, 2nd Dragoons, at the outbreak of the war and left Grimsby with that detachment in the middle of August under the command of Lieuts. J.A. M. Livingston and Ernest Long. There are a member of those men still living in Grimsby and Beamsville and they will remember him.


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Item Type:
Obituaries
Date of Publication:
20 Jul 1950
Date Of Event:
13 July 1950
Last Name(s):
Meggs
Language of Item:
English
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Meggs, Arthur Harold (Died on 13 July 1950)