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The death occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. B.J. Lawlor, 45 Livingston avenue, Grimsby, on Thursday, Dec. 18, 1924, of Mrs. Jane Victoria Worrill, widow of the late W.S. Harvey of Pembroke, Ont., aged 84 years.
Mrs. Harvey was born at Bryson Calumet Island, Quebec, removing to Pembroke, Ont. as a girl, and came to Grimsby about 6 years ago. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. B.J. Lawlor, Mrs. L.M. Irwin, Grimsby and Mrs. Geo. Freeland of Carberry; three sons, Dr. W.J. Harvey of Toronto; Dr. S.J. Harvey of Ontario, Cal., and Fred Harvey of Escanaba, Mich.
The funeral took place on Sunday, Dec. 21, to St. Andrew's Anglican Church where the Rev. J. Allan Ballard conducted service, thence the remains were conveyed to Pembroke, Ont., where interment took place. Dr. Harvey of Toronto, Mr. Fred Harvey of Escanaba, and a cousin, Mrs. Lowe of Toronto attended the funeral services in Grimsby. The pallbearers were F.W. Andrews, E.W.Burgoyne, H. Hillier, L. Larsen, W.H. Pettit, and Nelles Rutherford.
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- 24 Dec 1924
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