appeared in Grimsby Lincoln News, 3 Mar 2010, p. 29. Date of Event: 27 Feb 2010 Husband of Elizabeth, father of Glenn (Sheila), grandfather of Mason.
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 15 Jul 1936, p. 4. Date of Event: 12 July 1936
...The death occurred at midnight on Sunday, July 12th, 1936, at the Moyer Nursing Home of Julia Josephine Howell
of 30 Bald St., Welland, Ontario, widow of the late Dr. J.H. Howell
. Death came as a result of pneumonia due to heat prostration suffered last Thursday while visiting with friends...
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 19 Oct 1944, p. 6. Date of Event: 13 Oct 1944
...An interesting event took place at the Saltfleet Farm Service Force camp in Friday evening when Miss Anne Gashgarian, one of the farmerettes who has worked in the Winona district for the last summer, became the bride of Tpr. Raymond Howell
, of New Westminster, B.C., the ceremony being conducted...
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 22 Apr 1936, p. 8. Date of Event: 15 Apr 1936
...The funeral of James Percy T. Howell
, beloved son of Mrs. Jane Howell
, of Smithville, took place Monday afternoon from the funeral home of J.W. Buck & Son to Queen's Lawn Cemetery, Grimsby. Deceased was in his 35th year. His death occurred at North Bay on Wednesday and the remains were...
appeared in Grimsby Lincoln News, 4 Jul 2013, p. 65. Date of Event: 28 Jun 2013
...Husband of Sheila (nee Vermeulen). Father of Mason. Son of Elizabeth Howell
and the late George Howell
. Brother-in-law to Bob, Danny, Randy, Ken, Steve, Debbie Taunya....
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 27 Jul 1921, p. 4. Date of Event: 23 July 1921
...The death occurred at her home in Clinton Township on Saturday, July 23, of Mrs. George Howell
at the ripe old age of 78 years, three months and three days. The deceased lady had been a resident of this section practically all her life and was well and favorably known by an extensive circle...
appeared in Grimsby Independent, 13 May 1936, p. 1. Date of Event: 9 May 1936
...A quiet wedding took place at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon in Fifty United parsonage, Winona, when Rev. I.M. Moyer united in marriage Ethel Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howell
, of Doon to Mr. Lloyd Reginald Knox, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Knox, of Grimsby...Miss Edith Kathryn...
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