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Name

Information

Date / Source

Cadman,

Alpheus

 

Alpheus Cadman, an old man resident at Plainfield, died on Tuesday. Deceased who was 89 years of age, was born at Hay Bay, but had spent the greater portion of his life in Hastings county. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Some years ago his wife preceded him to the tomb. One son and one daughter survive.

   

May 10 1907

Napanee Beaver

Cadman,

Catharine

 

DEATHS - CADMAN - At South Fredericksburgh, on Thursday, June 20th, 1912, Catharine Cadman, aged 71 years, 7 months, 7 days.

 

1912

From the Hough Scrapbooks.

Cadman,

Elizabeth

  *  see Miller, Elizabeth

Cadman,

Joshua

 

Joshua Cadman, an old and honored resident of the township of South Fredericksburgh, died on Saturday, aged sixty-eight years. Deceased was a clever speaker, and strong advocate of temperance. He was for a time a member of the township council.

 

June 20 1892

Daily British Whig

Cadman,

Margaret Eliza

 

CADMAN - At South Fredericksburgh, on Saturday, Feb 26th, 1921, Margaret Eliza Cadman, aged 69 years, 6 months, 18 days.

 

CADMAN - At Sandhurst, on Saturday, February 26th, 1921, Margaret Eliza Cadman, in her 70th year.

 

Mar 1 1921

Napanee

Express

 

Mar 11 1921

Napanee

Beaver

Cadman

Mary Adelaide

 

Obituary - Mary Adelaide Cadman

Suddenly, on Tuesday evening, May 8th, at the home of Mr. Geo. Thurston, Sandhurst, occurred the death of Miss Mary Adelaide Cadman

Miss Cadman had been a life-long resident of Sandhurst and a member of a family of seven: three sisters, Mrs Chapman of Texas, Miss Margaret of Sandhurst, Mrs. Henry McDonald, of Kingston; and three brothers, John of Oswego, Robert of Sandhurst, and James of Windsor.

The immediate surviving relatives are James of Windsor and Misses Edna and Amey McDonald of Kingston and Ottawa.

The funeral took place from her late residence, and was conducted by Rev. H. Sanders, of Conway United Church. Interment was made in the family plot at Sandhurst Anglican Church.

   

May 23 1934

Napanee Beaver

Cadman,

Miss

  *  see Fretts, Mrs. W. G.

Cadman,

Mrs.

 

Mrs. Cadman, Sandhurst, died Sunday, aged 83 years. Five children are left to mourn, R. O. and John, and three daughters, Margaret and Mary at home, and Mrs. Henry McDonald, Emerald. Deceased was Postmistress at Sandhurst for the past six years and was highly respected by all.

(**Written in - Feb 24, 1907**).

 

1907

From the Hough Scrapbooks.

Cadman,

Mrs. Wm.

 

Cadman - At South Fredericksburgh, on Friday, March 14th, 1913, Mrs. Wm. Cadman, aged 78 years.

       

Apr 4 1913

Napanee Beaver

Cadman,

Robert O.

At Sandhurst on Sunday December 13 1931, Robert O. Cadman, aged 71 years.

1931

From Mrs. Walter Paul's scrapbook.

Cadman,

Robert S.

 

CADMAN - In South Fredericksburgh, Dec. 22nd, Robert S. Cadman, aged eighty years.

    

Dec 29 1902

Daily British Whig

Cadman,

W.H.

 

Cadman - At North Fredericksburgh, on Sunday, April 15th, 1928, William H. Cadman, aged 80 years, 5 months.

 

Obituary - Mr. W.H. Cadman

It was with sincere regret that the many friends of Mr. W.H. Cadman learned that he had suddenly passed away on Sunday, April 15th, 1928, at his home, Napanee. Although in his eighty-first year, and confined to his bed many months, he was a patient sufferer, and a devoted member of Trinity United Church for eighteen years. His earlier years were spent in Adolphustown, where he was born.

The late Mr. Cadman was one of the few surviving veterans of the Fenian Raid of 1866 and until very recently retained a clear recollection of events surrounding the Raid. His wife predeceased him about two years ago. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. (Capt.) Bloomfield, Kingston; Mrs. C.F. Allison, Adolphustown, Mrs. W.G. Fretts and Mrs. T.M. Asselstine, of Napanee, having resided with the latter the past six years. The funeral, which took place Tuesday afternoon, from his late residence to Riverview cemetery, was conducted by the Rev. Harry Pawson, of Trinity United Church.

    

Apr 17 1928

Napanee Express

 

Apr 27 1928

Napanee Beaver

Caine,

Barnabus

Barnabus Caine, Fredericksburgh, buried 2 Apr 1799.

1799

Langhorn's Anglican Registers

1787 - 1814

Calder,

Mrs. Benjamin

 

CALDER - In Camden East, Wednesday, 12th Sept., Mrs. Benjamin Calder aged 42 years, 10 months and 22 days.

   

1900

Newspaper

Clipping

Calman,

Mrs. Sherman

 

Mrs. Sherman Calman died, Saturday morning, in Thurlow township.  Deceased, who was twenty-six years of age, was the third daughter of George Hamilton, Thurlow, in which township she was born.

 

Apr  20 1911

The Weekly British Whig

Kingston

Cameron,

Elizabeth

(nee Cook)

 

The Late Mrs. Cameron -  Elizabeth Cameron, one of the oldest and most highly respected residents of Camden, died December 22nd, at her home in Newburgh, in her ninetieth year.  The youngest daughter of the late Richard and Jane Cook of Camden, she was born October 17th 1849 and baptized on January 15th 1850, in the old church of St. Luke’s at Camden East by the Reverend Paul Shirley, Missionary of the United Churches of England and Ireland, in the Township of Sheffield - Camden, and first rector of St. Luke’s.

In 1871 she was married to Nathaniel Graham.  The four children from this marriage are Mrs. Robert Dowdle, Mrs. William Dowdle, Edward Graham and Archibald Graham, all of Camden.  Her second husband was Thomas Cameron, of Inverness Scotland, who predeceased her in 1906.  Their son, Herbert Cameron, lives in Windsor, where he is Classics Master in the Patterson Collegiate Institute.

Mrs. Cameron had a remarkable memory and was very conversant with the early history of Lennox and Addington.  Her mind continued to be keen and active till the very end of her life.  She was an indefatigable worker and took great pride in the management of her home which was always immaculate.  Conspicuous among her many virtues was the wonderful and ideal unselfishness which motivated her every action.  She thought always of others and never of herself.  A devoted mother, a kind and sympathetic neighbour, who could always be depended on in time of sickness or trouble and a devout Christian who read each day her Bible and the Book of Common Prayer.  She will be missed by a wide circle of friends, to whom she was an inspiration.

Her funeral took place on Saturday, December 24th.  Six grandsons acted as pall-bearers.  A short service was held at her late residence by the Rev. Canon R. W. Spencer.   By special request, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Wartman of Napanee, sang the beautiful hymn, “Does Jesus Care”.  The funeral cortege then proceeded to St. Luke’s Church at Camden East.  During the service, three favourite hymns of the deceased were sung.  “On the Resurrection Morning”, “Abide With Me” and “How Sweet the Hour of Closing Day.”  After a brief but impressive sermon on the hope and promise of the life immortal, interment was made in the cemetery of St. Luke’s where her parents, grandparents and so many of her friends rest.  “May light eternal shine upon her with Thy Saints, O Lord, forever.”

 

MRS. THOMAS CAMERON -

NEWBURGH -  Mrs. Thomas Cameron, one of the oldest residents of the village passed away on Thursday morning in her 90th year.  She had been ill for about one week.  She leaves to mourn her loss three sons, Edward and Archie Graham of Newburg, and J. H. Cameron, B.A., of Windsor, and two daughters, Mrs. Robert Dowdle and Mrs. William Dowdle of Camden as well as a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren.  She was twice married.

Following a brief service at the home on Saturday the remains were taken to St. Luke’s Church, Camden East, where a public service was held, which was conducted by Rev. Canon R. W. Spancer.  At the service at the house, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Wartman of Napanee sang very feelingly “Does Jesus Care?”

The casket was laden with beautiful floral tributes and interment was made in St. Luke’s cemetery.  The pall-bearers were six grandson, Percy, James, Archie, Walter, Albert and Harvey Dowdle.

 

Newspaper  Clipping

Cameron,

Ethyl J.

 

At Napanee, on March 22, Ethyl J. Cameron, daughter of Mrs. R. A. Beard.

 

Daily British Whig, Kingston

Mar 29, 1920

Cameron,

Isabel

Isabel Cameron, Fredericksburgh, buried 14 Oct 1796.

1796

Langhorn's Anglican Registers

1787 - 1814

Cameron,

John Robson

 

FOUND DEAD IN BED - John R. Cameron Was a Popular Journalist -

Hamilton, Ont., Dec. 30 - John R. Cameron, editor of the Hamilton Spectator, and one of the best known journalists in Canada, died, very suddenly during the night, at his home in East Flamboro.  It may be said of him that he died in harness for while he had not been in the best of health for some time he was in his office right up to noon on Saturday.  On Saturday afternoon, Mr. Cameron consulted his doctor who advised him to take a few holidays, as he appeared to be run down, but even then it was not thought that his condition was serious.  He was able to be about yesterday and last evening retired about the usual hour.  This morning he was found dead in bed.

John Robson Cameron was born in Lanark county, April 19th, 1845.  He learned his trade as a printer in Seaforth and afterwards moved to Sarnia where he worked on the Canadian, subsequently going to Detroit, where he worked for the Free Press.  When the call came for volunteers for the Red River expedition Mr. Cameron was one of the first to offer and was made color-sergeant of his regiment.  He went through the expedition under Wolseley, and afterwards settled in Winnipeg, where he was foreman on the Free Press.  He served as an alderman in Winnipeg for a couple of years and afterward went south and worked on a number of American papers.  When he returned to Canada he worked for a time on Stratford and Guelph papers and twenty-seven years ago he came to Hamilton as city editor of the Spectator.  Later he became managing editor and for the past fourteen years had been chief editor.  Mr. Cameron was known in newspaper circles as one of the brightest paragraphers in Canada and was highly esteemed by all who knew him.  a widow and four daughters survive.

 

Daily British Whig

Kingston

Mon Dec 30 1907

Cameron,

Malcolm

 

HON. MALCOLM CAMERON - Amongst the names which, in Canada, will ever be inseparably connected with the Temperance movement, is that of the late Hon. Malcolm Cameron, whose death was announced a few days ago.  His life, which extended for over a period of sixty-eight years was ever an eventful one, his strong will and impulsive temperament often bringing him into situations sometimes more peculiar than pleasant.  His father was the late Mr. Angus Cameron, for sometime Hospital Sergeant of a Canadian regiment, which was disbanded in 1816, when Mr. Cameron, with his son, the prospective Minister of the State - who eight years previously had been born in Three Rivers - removed to the settlement of Perth, where he opened a house of entertainment, and as a landlord, gained a county-wide reputation. His wife carefully watched over her son, and not only cautioned him against the use of intoxicating drinks, but prevented him from obtaining any when under her jurisdiction. The effect of this watchful care and teaching may be seen in the son’s career, when the temptation to drink must have been almost impossible for any one unless educated as he was to withstand.  When twelve years old he commenced farming on a small scale, and kept the ferry at the Mississippi River, ten miles back from the Village of Perth.  Here his companions were stern, uncompromising Radicals, emigrants from Scotland who imbued the boy’s mind with those principles which ever afterwards had great influence informing his course in life.  His father died in 1822, and young Malcolm being offered a situation in a store in Laprairie removed there the following year.  But his master was one who could not guide a youth such as he had under his control;  a “Radical” imbued with the spirit of those bearing that name from Scotland could not consent to be tyrannized over, and the young man on a bitter cold day in 1821 started off and walked nine miles to this city, which he reached with both cheeks frozen.  Having no money he hired himself out as stable boy to a man named Martin in the Haymarket, where he saved money enough to pay his stage fare home.  His mother was then keeping a boarding house in the town of Perth, and he remained with her during the winter, occupying the time by attendance at the District school.  In the spring he was employed in the brewery and distillery of Hon. A. Graham, where he remained four years, never once deviating from his practice of total abstinence from all that intoxicates.  He spent much of his time during this four years in study, and it may be stated as an evidence of his literary taste, that the first money he saved was sent to England to purchase Hume, Smollet and Lloyd.  He was a voracious reader, and may have been said to have read through every house in the village.  In 1828 he entered into partnership with his brother-in-law, but soon separated, and then went to Scotland, where he entered into a life long partnership with his cousin, Miss Christiana McGregor daughter of Robert McGregor, Esq., cotton spinner, Glasgow.  He was very popular in his county, and in 1836 was elected to Parliament for Lanark, in opposition to Sir Francis Bond Head’s candidate.  He was a strong advocate of the union of the Provinces.  In 1841, he was offered the office of Inspector-General by Lord Sydenham, but declined.  He accepted the office of inspector of Revenue during the administration of Sir Charles Bagot, and subsequently in the Lafontaine-Baldwin and Hincks-Morin administrations held the offices of Assistant Commissioner of Public Works, President of the Executive council, Minister of Agriculture, and Postmaster General;  he was also a Government director of the Grand Trunk Railway, which was under construction.  He held the office of Queen’s Printer of Canada from 1863 to 1869.  In the latter year he resigned to contest South Renfrew for the Commons.  He was defeated, however, as also in 1871, when he contested Russell for the Ontario Legislature, and in the following year when he contested Russell for the House of Commons.  In 1874 he was elected for South Ontario, defeating Hon. T. N. Gibbs.  Hon. Malcolm was a strong, forcible speaker, and was never at fault in adapting himself to any audience which he had to address.  the term “Clear Grit” which has clung so closely to the Reform party, was adopted from the remark in a speech of his “They call us gritty - yes we are, and clear grit at that.”  As an advocate of total prohibition, Mr. Cameron was straightforward and unflinching, and on the platform or in the council of the Sons of Temperance or the Prohibitory League, his words were listened to with careful attention, and his counsel followed.

 

June 8 1876

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Campbell,

A.D.

 

IN MEMORIAM - On Thursday, Nov. 26th, Mr. A.D. Campbell an old and highly respected resident of Bath, passed to his reward. The deceased was 70 years of age, and although for some years he had been in poor health, the end came unexpectedly. The funeral was held in the late home and the large attendance of friends attested to the esteem in which he was held. Mr. Campbell was born in South Fredericksburgh where he lived until his recent removal to Bath. He was a member of the Presbyterian church, a staunch conservative, and his kindness and courtesy won for him a large circle of friends. He was of Scotch descent and the last of his line. He is survived by a widow, a sister, Mrs. Lezler, of Belleville, and seven daughters, Mrs. C. B. Huffman, Mrs. R. Bristol, Miss Mary Campbell, Bath; Mrs. T. F. Stickney, Shannonville; Mrs. G. Clapper, Morven, Mrs. Orton and Mrs. Bruce Robertson, Sillsville. These all have the sympathy of the community in their bereavement.

 

A.D. Campbell died at Bath on Thursday, November 26th, aged 70 years. Deceased was a carpenter by trade, and was widely known. Seven daughters survive: Mrs. C.B. Huffman, South Fredericksburgh; Mrs. T.F. Stickney, Shannonville; Mrs. Geo. Clapper, Morven; Miss Mary Campbell, at home; Mrs. Orton Robinson, Sillsville; Mrs. Roswell Bristol, Bath; and Mrs. Bruce Robinson, Sillsville. He was a Presbyterian and a conservative. The funeral took place on Saturday.

 

Dec 4 1903

Napanee Beaver

 

Dec 4 1903

Napanee Express

Campbell,

Alexander

 

DEATH OF ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, ESQ.

Never perhaps in the history of our Village did the records of mortality fill up so rapidly as for the last few days.  Another prominent man has fallen, and is numbered with those who were, but are not.  Mr. Campbell, the Postmaster of our Village, and owner of the Campbell House expired on the evening of Thursday last, after a short but painful illness, thus following closely upon the lamented David Roblin, Esq.  Two prominent men, who grew up together, and mingled in many an exciting struggle in political life, are thus almost in a day removed from our midst and consigned to the earth.  An impressive warning this, and eminently calculated to moderate our worldly cares and lead us to think of, and prepare for the boundless future.

Mr. Campbell was born in Adolphustown, in April of 1803, and was consequently at the time of his death nearly 60 years of age.  His grandfather and father were U. E. Loyalists and were amongst the first settlers in this county.  Mr. Campbell was a Surveyor by profession, but for a number of years past had been in mercantile business in Napanee.  He succeeded A. McPherson, Esq., as Postmaster of our Village, and had held that office for several years.  He also held other minor offices in the gift of the Government, and of the Municipality.  Mr. Campbell was for some time proprietor and editor of this paper, and had some reputation as a public journalist.  More than once he was amongst those who were likely candidates for Parliamentary honors, but he never stood at an election.  For many years he was a staunch supporter of the Reform party, but in 1836, judging that they were going too far, he left them and ever after held himself to be a Conservative, but notwithstanding supported Mr. Roblin in his two last contests.  Mr. Campbell, in religious attachments was an Episcopalian.  He leaves a widow and several children to mourn his loss.  He was buried in the Methodist Cemetery on Saturday P.M., being followed to his grave by a number of mourning relatives, and a large concourse of friends.  The widow and children have the heartfelt sympathy of the community.

 

Mar 12 1863

Napanee

Standard

Campbell,

Bethia N.

   * see Clapper, Bethia N. *

Campbell,

Catherine

 

DIED - On the 5th inst., at Napanee, Catherine, relict of the late Archibald Campbell, Esq., of Adolphustown, in the 83rd year of her age.

    

Sept 15 1855

Daily British Whig

Campbell,

Donaldson

 

On Monday, 8th instant, Mr. Donaldson Campbell, of South Fredericksburgh, died very suddenly, at his residence. He arose early for the purpose of going to Kingston with a load of grain, and seemed quite smart, but a short time after being out giving directions to his servant man he was found dead in a chair. Disease of the heart, we understand, was the cause of his death. Deceased was a member of the Masonic fraternity, and was buried with the honors of the craft by the Bath Lodge. - Napanee Standard

    

Aug 16 1864

Kingston News

Campbell

Dorothea

 

OBITUARY - Dorothea Campbell

On April 28th, 1922, death entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Close, and took from their loving care their beloved and only daughter, Dorothea Campbell, who in thirteen short years had finished her life’s work and heard the call, “Let the little ones come unto me”.  Little Dorothea, who had been ill for more than a year, was always the joy and sunshine of her home.

Having been touched by the Spirit of God very early in life, she learned to love His ways and now has gone to be with Him, to whom she gave her heart.

Much sympathy is extended to the sorrowing parents and friends by the entire community who can but bid them remember that it is but one more in the chain that binds earth to heaven.

The funeral service was conducted by the Pastor, Rev. H. S. Clark, at the home, and interment in Reidville cemetery.  The pall bearers were Messrs. Willis and Fred Galbraith, Patsy Nolan,  Wilfred Haggarty, Blake Barrigar, and Perry Armstrong. 

The list of floral offerings were:  Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Close and brother, Raymond Campbell, wreath;  Mr. and Mrs. Leeman Campbell, sheaf;  Mr. and Mrs. Laughlin Campbell, sheaf;  Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Close, sheaf;  Mr. John and Miss Thressa Dewey, and Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Hannah, sheaf;  Mrs. Thornhill, sheaf;  Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Lewis, cross;  Misses Celia Nolan, Bessie Wright, Edna and Etta Kring, wreath.

 

1922

Scrapbook

Clipping

Campbell,

M.A.

(nee Murdock)

 

MRS. GEORGE C. CAMPBELL -  Whose maiden name was M. A. Murdock, fell asleep in Jesus on the 17th of September 1885.  She was born in Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland, about the year 1828.  She came to Canada with her parents and settled at Sand Point in Ontario.  On the 25th of January, 1847, she was united in marriage to Mr. George C. Campbell, who survives her and as a local preacher, delights in laboring for the Master.  The last thirty years of her life were spent at Forester’s Falls, Ont., at which place she was led to give her heart to the Saviour.  It was during the meetings conducted by Rev. D. Pomeroy that she found peace through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and joined the Methodist Church, of which she remained a member until removed to the Church triumphant.  For years before her removal she was greatly afflicted, consequently her attendance at the house of God was very irregular, but her faith failed not, and she could say the best of all is, God is with me.  For some months before her release, at times her reason was almost gone, and she would imagine strange things.  But a few days before her death her former tenderness, patience, kindness, gentleness and joy in the Holy Ghost returned and remained till she passed triumphantly to the better land.  [signed] Wm. Knox.

 

May 12, 1886

The Christian Guardian

Campbell,

Mary Ann

Chapman

 

At Stratford CW on the 10th inst., Mrs. Mary Ann Chapman Campbell, relict of the late Daniel Campbell Esq., aged 45 years.

  

Apr 23 1857

Napanee

Standard

Campbell,

Mary Ann

(nee Parks)

 

Word was received last week of the death of a former resident of this community, in the person of Mrs. Mary Ann Campbell. The late Mrs. Campbell lived for many years at Anderson and was a sister of Mr. Archie Parks. She lived to the ripe old age of 98 years and 11 months. Your correspondent joins with others in sympathy to the bereaved friends.

    

Feb 6 1935

Napanee Beaver

Campbell,

Miss

   * see Buchanan, Mrs. James

Campbell,

Phoebe

   * see Bogart, Phoebe

Campbell,

Sarah Jane

(nee Dennee)

 

CAMPBELL - At South Fredericksburgh, on Saturday, March 6th, 1920, Sarah Jane Dennee, relict of the late A.D. Campbell, aged 89 years, 5 months and 28 days.

    

Mar 12 1920

Napanee Beaver

Campsall,

Letty Ann

   * see Snider, Letty Ann

Cane,

Catharine

Catharine, wife of Josias Cane, Fredericksburgh, buried Mar 28 1803.

1803

Langhorn's Anglican Registers

1787 - 1814

Cane,

Josias

Josias Cane, Fredericksburgh, buried 28 Jan 1805.

1805

Langhorn's Anglican Registers

1787 - 1814

Canniff,

Jonas

 

Death of Mr. Canniff

Early Experience in this City - Frontier Military Service - His Public Usefulness

One after another of the pioneers of Canada and the other veterans of 1812 are passing away. Mr. Jonas Canniff, who died at the residence of his son, Dr. Canniff, at Toronto, on Sunday, had passed his 92nd birthday. He was born in Duchess county, N.Y. and came into the wilderness of Upper Canada when four years of age with his father, whose attachment to the British flag led him to undertake the long and tedious journey with his family and household goods in order to make a home on British soil.

The family settled in Adolphustown, and here the father, James Canniff, lived and died at a good old age. In 1815 Jonas moved to his half-constructed log house on the River Moira, near Belleville. Mr. Canniff served faithfully in 1812 as Sergeant in Captain Dorland's Company, raised in Adolphustown, under Colonel Cartwright at Kingston. When the American fleet passed down the bay from Bath with the object of attacking Kingston, he with his Company followed the vessels, which continued to send cannon shot among the militia, until they passed Kingston, not venturing to approach the shore. In 1815 Belleville was not yet named, and was but a small village, and only a few scattered settlers existed in the county of Hastings. Mr. Canniff was one of the pioneers in building saw and grist mills. He was a man of great energy, industry, integrity and Christian principle. After acting as Township Clerk for one year, shortly after the organization of the township of Thurlow, he steadfastly declined to accept any office. He was appointed a Justice of the Peace, but did not qualify. He assisted to organize the first Agricultural Association, but declined the Presidency. His body will be removed to Belleville for burial in the family plot.

 

The funeral of the late Jonas Canniff, father of Dr. Canniff, of Toronto, who died in that city on Sunday, took place on Tuesday in Belleville. He was a native of Adolphustown, but spent most of his life in Belleville. He died at the age of 92 years.

   

Jan 17 1882

Daily British Whig

 

Jan 21 1882

Napanee Standard

Cannon,

Marion

 

MARION CANNON  - daughter of Mr. John Cannon, of North Fredericksburgh, died last Monday of meningitis, aged 18 years. Deceased, who had been at service with Mr. Thos. Johnston, was taken sick on the preceding Thursday. The united skill of our physicians could not avert the sad end. Deceased was universally esteemed for her many Christian virtues and final affection, having of late years contributed largely to the support of her well-nigh helpless parents. The funeral on Wednesday to St. Mary Magdalene's church was very largely attended. At the church the coffin was covered with wreaths and flowers, attesting the esteem in which she was held by the members.

  

May 7, 1897

Napanee Beaver

Card,

Georgeana

   * see Mellow, Georgeana (nee Card)

Card,

G. Marshall

 

Another sad and quite unexpected death was that of G. Marshall Card of North Fredericksburgh, about four miles from Napanee. Deceased was taken ill about two weeks ago with what at first was thought to be grippe, but when the attending physician called Dr. Garrett, of Kingston, for consultation, the trouble was diagnosed as a tumor on the brain and nothing could be done for his relief. He passed away on Monday last. Deceased was fifty years of age, and leaves a widow and two daughter. The funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon. The remains were placed in Riverside cemetery vault.

    

Apr 7 1911

Daily British Whig

Card,

Jane

   * see Switzer, Jane

Card,

Myro

 

CARD - At Napanee, on Saturday, January 19th, 1924, Myro Card, aged 75 years and 3 months.

  

1924

Newspaper Clipping

Card,

Pearl

(nee Mellow)

 

Pearl Mellow Card -

Pearl Mellow Card passed away suddenly at her home in Red Deer, Alta, on Oct 3, 1963. She was the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Y. Mellow, of Sandhurst. She was in her 76th year.

She is a sister of Merton Mellow, who lived with her and Leonard Mellow, of Toronto. She is the mother of Horace Card, of Vancouver, BC, Egerton Card, of Snow Road, and a daughter, Esther, of Toronto.

Deceased was married in 1909 to C.a. Card and spent most of her married life in Red Deer, Alta. She has made several visits to her home and around Napanee, and has many friends and relative in the vicinity.

    

Oct 30 1963

Napanee Beaver

Carnahan,

Mary Eliza

   * see Bristow, Mary Eliza (nee Carnahan)

Carnahan,

Moses

 

On Friday evening, 16th inst., at his residence in Picton, Mr. Moses Carnahan, in the 85th year of his age.

Mr. Carnahan was among the first settlers in the Bay of Quinte country, his father, with others, having left the North River region, in the State of New York, during the American Revolution. When these hardy pioneers entered Canada, it was all forest - and Mr. Carnahan lived to witness the great improvements that have taken place since, which to him, even in his last days, was a subject of great interest.

   

Mar 23 1860

Picton Gazette

Carnahan,

Thomas C.

 

Thomas C. Carnahan, South Fredericksburgh, died at Hay Bay on December 15th. He was born in Adolphustown over seventy years ago, the family being among the early settlers of that historic township. Carnahan's Bay, near Glen Island, derives its name from that family.

 

Thomas C. Carnahan, Fredericksburgh, passed over to the great beyond on Tuesday last, at the ripe age of seventy-five years. Deceased was one of the leading farmers of the township, and widely known and highly respected.

 

Death of Thomas C. Carnahan

Mr. Thomas C. Carnahan, for many years a well known farmer in South Fredericksburgh, died at his son's residence at Hay Bay on Tuesday, 15th inst. He was born in Adolphustown over 70 years ago, the family being among the early settlers of that historic township. Carnahan's Bay, near Glen Island, derives its name from that family. It was on its shores that the subject of this sketch was born. He was a life long resident of the county. He married a daughter of Jacob Huffnail, a man well known among the old residents of Fredericksburgh. He reared a family of six daughters and two sons, two of whom still reside in Fredericksburgh. Mr. Carnahan was a man of intelligence, a genial friend and a kindly neighbor. The family were Methodist. The funeral took place on Thursday. deceased was well known to many readers of THE BEAVER.

   

Dec 22 1896

Daily British Whig

 

Dec 17 1896

Daily British Whig

 

Tibbutt

Scrapbooks

Carneham,

Mary T.

(nee Diamond)

 

CARNEHAM, Mrs. Mary T., daughter of Wm. F. Diamond was born in Fredericksburgh township, Feb 2 1833, married Mr. Carneham in March 1852 and died Dec 3 1857.

  

Jan 20 1858

Death Notices - Christian Guardian

Carr,

Amelia Leonora

(nee Lazier)

 

CARR – In Adolphustown, Sunday, Sept. 8, 1935, Amelia Leonora Lazier Carr, wife of the late Richard Carr. Funeral from her late residence, Tuesday, Sept. 10. Interment United Church U.E.L. Cemetery, Adolphustown.

 

This locality suffered a real loss when Mrs. Richard Carr passed away after an illness of over three months. Mrs. Carr, whose maiden name was Amelia Lazier, was of U.E. Loyalist descent and a native of big Island, Prince Edward County but had resided in Adolphustown since her marriage over sixty years ago.  She was always very active in any work connected with the Methodist and later the United Church, also any community enterprise that tended to benefit the neighborhood. She was the last of her family, one sister, Mrs. Dunning and one brother, Fraser Lazier, both of Brighton, predeceasing her several years ago. Her eldest daughter died in childhood and her husband over twenty years ago. One daughter, Miss Lillian Carr, is left to mourn.

The funeral services were held on Tuesday. Owing to the absence of the pastor, Rev. G.W. Gardner, a former pastor, Rev. H.F. Sanders of Consecon officiated. After a short service in the house the casket was carried to the cemetery, which is close by and interred beside those of her husband and daughter. Members of the W.M.S. acted as flower bearers, the other members of the society walking with them. Mrs. Carr was a charter member also a life member of the society and an active worker till the last in spite of her advancing years. The pall-bearers were Russell Cousins, J.W. Duffett, Lawrence Magee, G.A. Magee, F.E. Foster and Jonathon Allen. Friends were present from Toronto, Hamilton, Kingston, Prince Edward County and Belleville as well as points nearer by.

 

Mrs. A. Carr Dies at Adolphustown

Mrs. Amelia Carr, of Adolphustown passed away at her home on Sunday afternoon, September 8, after a lingering illness lasting some four months. During the past three weeks Mrs. Carr had been confined to her bed.

Amelia Leonora Lazier Carr was born at Big Island where her early girlhood was spent. She was of direct U.E.L. descent. Moving to Adolphustown with her husband, her later life was spent in that locality. Her husband, Richard Carr, predeceased her in 1911. One daughter, Amelia, also died many years ago.

Left to mourn her passing is one daughter, Miss Lillian Carr, who had made her home with her mother. Mrs. Carr was a life-long Liberal. She was very prominent in the work of the church, and for years was a teacher in the Sunday School. She was also a charter and life member of the Adolphustown W.M.S.

The funeral service was held at her home in Adolphustown on Tuesday afternoon, with her former pastor, Rev. H.R. Sanders, of Consecon conducting the service. The present pastor, Rev. Mr. Gardiner, was absent in Kincardine. Interment was made in the United Church U.E.L. Cemetery.

    

Sept 1935

Magee

Scrapbook

Carr,

Richard

 

CARR - At Adolphustown, on Wednesday, January 18th, 1911, Richard Carr, aged 75 years.

 

CARR – At Adolphustown, on Jan. 18th, Richard Carr, aged 75 years.

   

Jan 27 1911

Napanee Beaver

 

Feb 1 1911

Daily British Whig

Carr,

Stephen E.

 

On Aug. 18th, Stephen E. Car, son of Tobias Carr, of Adolphustown, aged 10 years.

 

On Thursday, a son of Tobias Carr, of Adolphustown, died of lock-jaw. He was in bathing a few days before and seems to have received some injury in the back or neck and caught cold, resulting in the fatal attack.

   

Aug 25 1881

Weekly British Whig

Carr,

Tobias

 

Word was received on Monday of the death of a former resident of Adolphustown, in the person of Mr. Tobias Carr, of Belleville, at the advanced age of 92 years. Those from here who attended the funeral held in Belleville on Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Roblin, Mrs. R. Carr and Miss Lillian Carr. the late Mr. Carr's wife, whose maiden name was Mary Roblin, predeceased him several years. Both were well and favorably known during their residence here.

     

Oct 8 1930

Napanee Beaver

Carr-Harris,

Capt. E. D.

 

Yielded up His Life – For His Country in a Righteous Cause – The Late E. D. Carr-Harris, of Kingston, who was Killed in Battle at Forts in Gulf of Aden.

The news of the death of Capt. E. D. Carr-Harris, formerly of Kingston, who was killed in action during the battle in connection with the capture of the forts at the Gulf of Aden, has cast gloom not only upon the father and surviving brothers of the deceased heroic soldier, but upon a wide circle of friends.  Capt Carr-Harris was the son of Prof. R. Carr-Harris, Mack Street, of this city, and was born at Thurso Quebec.  In 1879 he came to Kingston and received a splendid education.  After graduating from high school, the late Capt. Carr-Harris took a two years course at Queen’s university and later entered the Royal Military College.  At this widely known military training college he achieved the highest honors that could possibly be won and graduated from the same in June, 1899.  His class was last that took the four year course, the period being changed to three years after the conclusion of this graduating session.  Capt. Carr-Harris was considered on of the cleverest students who ever went through the R.M.C., and was instrumental in taking the most prizes ever awarded a graduate.  He took the award of honor, held the battalion sergeant majorship, won the class prize and was captain of the football team.  Upon graduating he won those badges for such merit as the “star”, for being first in class marks, the “crown” for being first in five or more subjects;  “crossed rifles” , “crossed guns”, “crossed swords”, “crossed flags”, also “crossed spurs” for distinction in all subjects.  After graduating, Captain Carr-Harris accepted a commission in the Royal Engineers and joined the depot at Chatham England, being at this place for only nine months instead of the usual period of two years, before being sent on active service.  The late Captain Carr-Harris’ duties first brought him into distinction during the Boxer uprising in China.  Several years intervened, during which time the deceased reached a high stage of proficiency, after which between the years 1908 and 1912 he was the Royal Engineer in charge of construction of the so called “Broker Road” from the frontiers of India through the zone of independent states reaching almost as far as the frontiers of Afghanistan.  This road had often been attempted, but never completed until 1912  by the British government.  Recognition was then forthcoming for his valuable services, and he was nominated by selection to the India Staff College at Quetta by the commander-in-chief of the Indian army, then Sir O’Moore Creagh.  Captain Carr-Harris completed his two years course at the staff college at the beginning of last October and was dispatched as immediate field engineer.  In such a service the already distinguished soldier was recently sent forward, sailing from Bombay with the great expeditionary force which was successful in capturing the Turkish forts and positions at the mouth to the Gulf of  Aden.  Captain Carr-Harris’ able engineering was duly responsible for this wonderful achievement, but in the execution of it the noble officer lost his life.  When he was interviewed on Monday evening, the father of the heroic officer said; “It was better for my son to die in a noble cause than for the British race and empire to be destroyed by the internal spirit by which Germany seems to be actuated.”  Capt. Carr-Harris is the first Kingston soldier to give his life for his country and empire in this great war.

 

1914

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Carrington,

John

 

The Late John Carrington

John Carrington, born June 28th 1816, died Sunday, august 31st, 1902. Mr. Carrington was born in Summersetshire, England. At the age of twenty he came to Canada settling in Picton. In the year 1838 he married Miss Elizabeth Hazlett of Camblin. To them one son was born, namely Joseph Carrington, of Kingston. For many years he owned a tannery in Picton, where he has always been known and respected for his honest dealings, noble character and his many kindnesses to the poor and needy. He was one of the few men who have kind words for all. Later he went to Gananoque where he was also very successful and well liked. In the year 1884 he had occasion to mourn the death of his wife, Elizabeth Carrington. Two years later he sold out his business in Picton to his son who removed it to Kinston, where it has flourished ever since. He then retired from business and married his present wife, who was Miss Lettie Young, of Gretna, North Fredericksburgh, and who has tenderly watched and cared for him in his last suffering. In April of this year he complained of loss of appetite and weakness, and later it was known that tumor of the stomach was the trouble, and that his case was hopeless. For weeks he bore his suffering with great fortitude, never complaining, and trying to make it as easy as he could for his wife who so patiently and watchfully looked after his comfort night and day. His peace was with God and he was always delighted to have the minister pray for and with him. He leaves to mourn his loss, his wife, his son, two granddaughters and the family of the late William Carrington of Consecon. With these exceptions he has no relatives in this country. His many tenants and friends of this town mourn the loss of a good landlord and noble friend. Interment took place in Glenwood cemetery.

     

Sept 9 1902

Daily British Whig

Carrington,

John Joseph

 

Joseph Carrington – Kingston lost one of her best known  citizens on Wednesday, September 14, one, who, for many years, was one of the principal business men of the city, in the person of John Joseph Carrington, who passed away very suddenly, at his home on River street, about noon.  Deceased was sixty-three of age.  The late Mr. Carrington was born at Picton, on October 25th, 1847, and received all his early training and education here.  When quite a young man, he went into the tanning business, with his father, John Carrington, at Picton.  In 1876, their factory was burned down, and he and his father then moved to Gananoque, and started a tannery there.  They stayed in Gananoque until 1884, when they sold out, deceased coming to Kingston, and establishing the now well-known tannery.  He opened it himself, and although it was a very small beginning, but soon developed into one of the city’s best industries, in fact it was looked upon as one of the best tanneries in Ontario.  Deceased conducted this tannery, until six years ago, when he disposed of it to A. Davis & Son.  He was known all over the district, and held the respect of all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.  Deceased is survived by his wife, formerly Adelaide Victoria, youngest daughter of J. Parmenter, of Gananoque, to whom he was married in 1881, and two daughters Mrs. C. J. W. Lowe, of Toronto and Mrs. George Bawden of Kingston.

 

Ca 1910

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Carroll,

James

 

CARROLL - James suddenly at his residence in Sandhurst on Sunday, August 11, 1985, James Carroll, beloved husband of Lillian May Brown.  Dear father of Mrs. Dennis Rowe (Ila) R.R.1 Bath.  Lovingly remembered by 3 grand-children and 5 great grandchildren.  Brother of Agnes Whitfield and Maude Hudson, R. R. 1 Bath.  Rested at the Wannamaker-Tierney Funeral Home, Napanee. Funeral service was held in St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Sandhurst, on Tuesday, August 13 at 10:30 a.m.  Rev. David Bell officiated.  Interment in St. Paul’s Cemetery.

 

1985

Lloyd Scrapbook

Carroll,

John

 

John Carroll, North Fredericksburgh, died suddenly last Friday. He was walking through a field when he dropped dead. He was aged 64 years.

    

May 20 1882

Daily British Whig

Carroll,

Julia Anita

   *  see Francis, Julia Anita (nee Carroll)

Carroll,

Mary

(nee Lynn)

 

The Late Mrs. Mary Carroll

On Wednesday afternoon, November 1st, there passed peacefully away at her home, Sandhurst, Mrs. Mary Carroll, widow of the late Joseph Carroll.  Mrs. Carroll had been confined to her bed for the past three weeks, having sustained injuries from a bad fall.  During her illness her daughter, Mrs. Anderson, R.N., gave devoted and untiring care.

Before her marriage she was Mary Lynn, eldest daughter of the late Miles Lynn and Jane McCausland, of Irish descent.  All her life had been spent in the Sandhurst district where in her quiet, lovable way she was a friend of all

She leaves to mourn her loss a family of seven.  Mrs. Hoselton (Maggie), Jack, Detroit, Mrs Whitfield (Aggie), Mrs. Hudson (Maude), Mrs. Wilson (Mollie), Wilmington, Mrs. Anderson (Sara), Cleveland, and James;  a sister in New York, ten grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.  A son, Arthur, lost his life in the Great War.

The funeral was held last Saturday at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, where she had attended faithfully.  The large attendance and beautiful floral tributes bore silent testimony of the high respect in which she was held.  Rev. Brazill, her rector, assisted by Rev. Quarterman, a former rector, had charge of the service.  Mr. Brazill delivered a very comforting and inspiring sermon in which he paid the highest tribute possible to Mrs. Carroll, when he called her a Christian woman and one from whose unassuming and Christian life, we could well take our example.”  the pall-bearers were Messrs R. Hoselton, R. Whitfield, J. Anderson, C. Hudson, A. Whitfield and H. Claringbold.

Interment was made in the family plot in St. Paul’s cemetery.

Think of her faring on as dear,

In the love of There, as the love of Here.

Think of her still as the same, I say,

She is not dead - she is just away.

 

Nov 8 1939

Napanee

Beaver

Carruthers,

Etta

Macpherson

 

CARRUTHERS – At Kingston Nov 23, Etta Macpherson, beloved wife of Major Bruce Carruthers.

  

1905

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Carscallen,

A. B.

 

Late A. B. Carscallen - Was Most Prominent Citizen of Tamworth -

Following a brief illness the death occurred on Saturday afternoon at 1 o’clock of Mr. A. B. Carscallen, general merchant and one of the most outstanding residents of Tamworth.  In his death that community has suffered a great loss.  Mr. Carscallen was in business there for the past thirty years, conducting a general store and grist mill and took an active interest in everything that had for its object the welfare of Tamworth and district.

Deceased was sixty-two years of age and was born at Newburgh, being a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Luke Carscallen, and was very widely known throughout the district.  He was the Reeve of Sheffield Township.  Mr. Carscallen was taken ill on Wednesday evening last at 6 o’clock and as already stated, death occurred on Saturday at 1 p.m.  The entire community is in mourning over his passing.

Thirty years ago, Mr. Carscallen took over the old Sherman property in Tamworth and ten years ago purchased the Thornton property and rebuilt it.  His general store was regarded as the finest in an area of many miles.  In 1912, Mr. Carscallen built a grist mill, and had machinery installed and operated.  He was formerly located on the site of Mace’s old mill, which was destroyed by fire.  Deceased also had to his credit the installation of the electric light plant for Tamworth, which is now in operation.  He was regarded as the “father” of the plant.  Mr. Carscallen was also chief executive of A. B. Carscallen Co., Limited. 

Although always a busy business man, Mr. Carscallen found time to devote to other activities.  He was Reeve of Sheffield Township, director and secretary-treasurer of the Sheffield Cheese Company, and was also prominent in educational circles.  He was a member of the School Board for many years and it was through his efforts that the Consolidated School was built in 1911, which is regarded as one of the finest Continuation schools in Ontario.  Mr. Carscallen was also President of the Redden Telephone Company, and a member of the Official Board of the United Church at Tamworth.  He was also a Shriner and prominent in Masonic and Orange circles.  He was a member of Lorne Lodge No. 404, A.F. & A.M., P.D.D.G.M. of Frontenac District, A.F. & A.M.;  member of Mount Sinai Chapter, No. 44, Napanee;  member of Rameses Temple, Toronto;  member of Hugh de Payne Preceptory, No. 1 Kingston;  member Sheffield L.O.L., No. 9:  and also a member of John W. Bell Royal Black Preceptory No. 725, Centreville.

Mr. Carscallen is survived by his wife, two daughters, Mrs. George J. Wolfe, of Tamworth, and Mrs. S. D. Whaley, of Little current, Manitoulin Islands;  also two sisters, Mrs. George McFarland, of Toronto, and Mrs. s. S. White, of Tamworth.

The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon at 2.30 o’clock, from his home to the United Church at Tamworth.  The service was conducted by Rev. W. H. Clark, of Shannonville, a former pastor of the United church at Tamworth, and Rev. M. Morgan, of the Anglican Church at Tamworth.

 

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Clipping

Carscallen,

Alex W.

 

Mr. A.W. Carscallen, ex-M.P.

Belleville, February 13. – Alex. W. Carscallen, ex-M.P., of Marmora, succumbed this morning to a stroke of paralysis sustained a few days ago. He represented North Hastings in the commons for three terms, succeeding Sir Mackenzie Bowell, when that gentleman was called to the Senate in 1892. He retired when the country was made into two constitutions in 1904.

He was a son of Mr. Edward Riggs Carscallen, who was at the front during the rebellion of 1837. He was born in the township of North Fredericksburgh, Ont., on October 14, 1844, and was educated at Napanee Academy and the University of Nashville, Tenn. He was a banker by profession and had been reeve of the township in which he lived, and chairman of the schoolboard. He was a justice of the peace and was returned to the house of Commons at a bye-election on December 30 1892 and was re-elected in 1896 and 1900. He is survived by his wife, whom he married in 1874.

    

Feb 13 1907

Montreal Gazette

Carscallen,

Ann

 

Ann, wife of Luke Carscallen of Fredericksburgh aged about 21 years died on the 15th and was interred in Bath Churchyard on 16th March 1837 by me, Saltern Givins.

 

1837

Anglican Records,

Napanee

Carscallen,

Catharine

 

At Fredericksburgh, on the 25th ult., Mr. [sic] Catharine Carscallen, aged 73 years.

     

July 10 1854

Daily British Whig

Carscallen,

Catharine

(nee Embury)

 

CARSCALLEN - At Melita, Man., on the 24th Oct., Catharine Embury, wife of the late  L.C. Carscallen, formerly of Napanee river road, aged 68 years and 2 months.

    

Nov 1 1895

Napanee Beaver

Carscallan,

Dorothy

 

DIED - At Erneft Town, on the morning of the 10th inft., aged 28 years, MRS. DOROTHY CARSCALLAN, wife of Mr. Archibald Carscallan.

She fuffered with a long and painful illnefs for three years, which fhe bore with Christian fortitude, and refigned herfelf calmly to her God.  She was beloved by a numerous connection, and dfteemed by a large circle of acquaintances.

 

April 26 1817

Kingston Gazette

Carscallen,

Eliza

(nee Metcalfe)

 

OBITUARY - MRS. ELIZA CARSCALLEN -

A resident of Deseronto for the past twenty-one years, the death occurred on Wednesday, June 25th, of an old and highly esteemed resident, in the person of Mrs. Eliza Carscallen.  She passed away on the anniversary of her birthday and was 87 years of age.

The funeral service was held at her late residence on Saturday morning at ten o’clock, standard time, and was conducted by Rev. Canon  C.E.S. Radcliffe, rector of St. Mark’s Anglican Church, where she had been a member since coming to Deseronto to reside.

The late Mrs. Carscallen had been in failing health for a number of years and had been only seriously ill for the past few weeks.  She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Metcalfe.  After her marriage to Mr. Carscallen, the happy couple came to the Township of Richmond where they farmed successfully and spent their many years of wedded life.  Her husband predeceased her thirty-four years ago, also one daughter, Edith, at early age of 14 years.  She leaves to mourn her loss two daughters, Mrs. F. D. Oliver, of Marysville, and Mrs. Delbert Keller, New Norway, Alta;  also one sister, Mrs. Jennie Sexsmith, of Portage La Prairie, Man.  The pall-bearers were Adam Scott, William Graham, Arthur McKnight, James McCormack, Leopold Carscallen, John Schermerhorn.  The interment was made in Riverside Cemetery, Napanee.

 

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Clipping

Carscallen,

Isaac

 

Died - in North Fredericksburgh, on the 6th December, Isaac Carscallen, Esq., aged 78 years.

     

Dec 10 1870

Daily British Whig

Carscallen,

Mrs. Isaac

 

Funeral - The funeral of the late Mrs. Isaac Carscallen took place on Wednesday afternoon, when the remains were followed to their final resting place by a large concourse of sorrowing friends and acquaintances.  The deceased lady  was the mother of Mr. J. C. Carscallen, of North Fredericksburgh, and our esteemed Deputy Reeve, Mr. T. G. Carscallen, and was highly respected by all who knew her.  Her demise, was learned with deep regret throughout the town and township.  She had reached the ripe old age of eighty-four years at the time of her death.

 

Sept 11 1885

Napanee

Standard

Carscallen,

James

James, son of John and Esther Carscallen, Fredericksburgh, buried 21 Mar 1790.

1790

Langhorn's Anglican Registers

1787 - 1814

Carscallen,

John

 

DIED - In Camden on Wednesday morning last, John Carscallen Esq. aged 75.  His death, we are informed, was hastened by a fall which he got from a wagon a few days previous.

 

Aug 22 1828

Kingston

Gazette &

Advocate

Carscallen,

Luke

Luke Carscallen , aged 77 years, farmer, buried Jan 28 1879.

1879

Anglican Records

Napanee

Carscallen,

Margaret

 

Margaret wife of Isaac Carscallen, Fredericksburgh died in child bed on the 2nd June and was buried on 4th June 1834 by me Saltern Givins.

In presence of A. McPherson & John Baker.

 

1834

Parish Record

Tyendinaga

Carscallen,

Sarah

 

Sarah Carscallen of Township of Fredericksburgh, wife of Luke Carscallen, aged 44, was buried in Grave Yard, river side Fredericksburgh Oct 31 1849. Cancer disease.

 

1849

Anglican Records

Napanee

Carscallen,

Thomas G.

 

PASSING OF T. G. CARSCALLEN, ESQ. M.L.A. - On Thursday morning March 15th 1917, the whole community, without regard to class or party, was shocked by the announcement of the passing of Thomas G. Carscallen, Esq., representative of the Riding of Lennox in the Legislature of the Province of Ontario. He had been in attendance at the Legislature since the opening of the Session, and as was his custom, returned home on Friday evening last. The same night he was taken ill, and his physician pronounced it an extremely serious case of pneumonia. Other physicians were called in consultation and for a time it was hoped he would throw off the disease. The interest of his fellow citizens was shown in hundreds of anxious enquiries. On Wednesday it was apparent that exhaustion had been reached and at the break of the new day he passed peacefully and resignedly to rest. Mr. Carscallen was probably the most generally known resident of the County and especially of the Riding of Lennox, which he represented so long and so worthily. He had a record that few public men could boast of - that he was never beaten at the polls. As a lifelong and consistent Conservative, he enjoyed the confidence of the party locally as well as of the Leaders, but it was largely his personal popularity and a universal esteem for his upright life and his commercial integrity that drew to him the continuous support of the best element of the community. His passing calls forth regrets from all who knew him without regard to special standing, greed or politics. Mr. Carscallen's was an eminently useful life in a practical way. The community in which he lived, and the Province he served, are all better for his life's work, and his passing was "peace with honor" in the highest sense. Thomas G. Carscallen was a son of the late Isaac Carscallen, during his life, one of the most respected residents of North Fredericksburgh. Three brothers survive him, John D. whose active life was as a farmer on the homestead, two miles southwest of Napanee, but who has latterly been associated with the deceased in the undertaking business. Two brothers, Rufus and Norris, live at Dresden, Ontario. The early business career of the deceased was as a contracting painter and paperhanger, but about thirty years ago, he established an undertaking business, for which purpose he graduated from the best instructors of the day. In all his business undertakings, he enjoyed the confidence and support of the public. Forty-four years ago, Mr. Carscallen married Melinda, daughter of the late Alex. Mair. They were blessed with only one child, a daughter who lived but three months. Reciprocal devotion to each other made their social associations and their home life beautiful. Mrs. Carscallen predeceased her husband by only eleven months, and since this bereavement, his friends have remarked that his was a stricken life. For him in passing there was no moaning at the bar, only a joyous reunion in the harbor beyond. It was as a public man that Mr. Carscallen was best and most widely know. He first entered public life as a member of the municipal council of Napanee, in which he held a seat for seventeen years, five as Councillor, eight as Reeve, and four years as Mayor. He was also Warden of the County for one year. It was generally recognized that he was one of the most practical and efficient municipal representatives the town ever had. Mr. Carscallen was first elected to the Legislature in 1902, and was again returned at every election since, representing his native riding for nearly 15 successive years. He exercised a quiet but unusually strong influence in the Legislature and the administrative departments and this was always available to supporter and opponent alike. Few men possessed so fully the confidence of his associates and the esteem of his fellow citizens. Mr. Carscallen was born April 9th 1843. The funeral will be held privately on Saturday at 1 o'clock at the family residence and at Trinity Methodist Church at 2 o'clock.

 

1917

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Carson,

Frank

 

THE LATE FRANK CARSON - The death occurred on Wednesday afternoon of one of Napanee’s well-known citizens, Mr. Frank Carson, after an illness of but a few days.  Deceased was taken ill on Saturday July 24th, the cause being later diagnosed as appendicitis. The following Saturday, an operation was successfully performed by Dr. Mundell of Kingston but complications set in, ending in death.  The subject of this sketch was born in South Napanee on February 28th, 1874, being a son of the late John and Hester Carson.  He was educated in our local schools and at an early age entered the shop of his father to learn the harnessmaking business, where he has employed his time ever since.  On the death of his father in 1903, the care and management of the business fell upon his shoulders and to his credit be it said that he made it a success.  In 1906, he was married to Miss Nora Lake, who survives him.  Like his father, Frank always took an active interest in affairs pertaining to the welfare of the town.  In 1912, he offered his services as Councillor, and was elected as he also was in 1913, 1914 and 1915, last year occupying the responsible position of Finance Minister.  Deceased was a prominent member of Argyll Lodge No. 212  I.O.O.F., in which he took an active interest having occupied every office in the gift of his brethren.  He was also closely and actively associated with Trinity Methodist Church, in the Sunday School, and for a number of years was a member of the choir.  In the death of Frank, the Church and State loses a valuable member and citizen, who deeply regret his early death.  Besides his wife, he leaves two brothers and one sister, Mr. James Carson, of DeKalb Junction, N.Y.;  Wm. J. Carson of Killarney, Man., and Mrs. Mark Graham, Napanee.  The funeral will take place from his late residence, Newburgh Road this (Friday) afternoon at 2 o’clock.  Service at the house, thence to Riverside Cemetery.

 

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Carter,

Annie M.

(nee MacWhirter}

 

At Kingston on 28th day of Feb 1921, Annie M. MacWhirter, widow of the late R. C. Carter in her 75th year.  Funeral private.  Toronto and Montreal papers please copy.

  

1921

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Carter,

Mehetabell

 

   *see McLeod, Mehetabell

 

Casey,

Anne

(nee Empey)

 

OBITUARY – MRS. THOS. W. CASEY – Mrs. Anne Empey Casey, widow of the late Thos. W. Casey, died at her home on Piety Hill, May 19, 1919, in her eighty-sixth year.  Mrs. Casey was born at Empey Hill on the 29th of March, 1834.  She was the second and last surviving daughter of Fletcher Empey and Charlotte Long, who both died when their children were young. The eldest, Mahala, became the wife of Thos. McGreer and Martha, the youngest, married the late Rev. James Thompson.  Mrs. Casey is survived by her son, Willet F. Casey, of Boston;  Mrs. A. R. Davis, Toronto;  Miss Nellie, of Troy, N.Y.; the Misses Annie and Dora at home and two grandchildren, Eleanor and Gordon Davis.  Mrs. Casey’s paternal great grandfather belonged to the original Methodist society formed by John Wesley in Ireland.  An obituary notice of her grandfather states:  “In 1788 he emigrated to the State of New York and became the means of introducing Methodism in a new settlement not far from noted Ash Grove.  Afterwards he became a resident in the Township of Richmond, Upper Canada and his dwelling soon became a preaching house, and to many, the place of their conversion.”  Mrs. Casey thus came naturally to her Methodist inheritance, and for many years her devotion to her church and unswerving faith in the religion of her forefathers made her a strong influence in the religious life of her generation.  In 1866 a woman’s class was formed in the Wesleyan Methodist Church, Napanee after a revival held by Dr. Meacham, and of this she became and continued leader for nearly forty years.  She was also active in other departments of the church work, where her deep spiritual life was a benefit and blessing to all who came in contact with her.  During her declining years she was relieved of all care by her faithful daughters, Anna and Dora, and thus was enabled to enjoy a good old age.  As a friend remarked, her passing was a beautiful sunset to a beautiful life.

 

1919

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Casey,

Cynthia

 

CASEY - At her residence in Adolphustown, Lenox Co., Ontario, on the 2d of Third month, 1871, Cynthia Casey, aged 80 years; a member of West Lake Monthly Meeting.

 

AT her residence, Adolphustown, on the 2nd March, 1871, Cynthia Casey, relict of the late Samuel Casey, Esq., in her 81st year, deeply regretted by a large circle of relatives and friends. Her last end was peace, rejoicing in her Saviour's love.

   

1871

Friends Review

 

Mar 6 1871

Daily British Whig

Casey,

Cynthia

   *  see Hay, Cynthia (nee Casey)

Casey,

Dora Farley

 

CASEY - At her residence, 211 Dundas street west, Napanee, on Monday, August 3, 1959, Dora Farley Casey, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Casey, in her 92nd year.  Rested at the Wartman Funeral Home, Napanee, for funeral service on Wednesday, August 5, 1959 at 2:00 p.m.  Interment Riverside Cemetery.

 

Miss Dora F. Casey

Miss Dora Farley Casey, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Casey, the last member of one of the oldest and best known families of the town of Napanee, died on Monday, August 3, at her home, on Piety Hill.

Miss Casey, who was in her 92nd year, was the youngest member of the family of Mr. and Mrs. T.W. Casey, both of whom were descendants of United Empire Loyalists. She was born in Napanee and had lived practically all her lifetime in the home where she died. She had been confined to her bed for the past two and a half years, following a fall the day after the funeral of her sister, Miss Nellie Casey, in February of 1957. Throughout her long illness she had been given faithful care by her companion and housekeeper, Miss Edna Graham and by capable nurses.

In her younger days Miss Casey was a teacher, graduating from the Napanee Collegiate and Model School. Early in life her hearing became impaired and after teaching for nearly 20 years at Riverside School, near Napanee, she retired in September of 1918 because of increasing deafness. She had previously taught for several years in various schools in the county.

Despite almost total deafness for the greater part of her life, Miss Casey had kept abreast of the times by her interest in people and current events as well as by the reading of good literature. As a result her mind remained active and keen and her many friends found her an interesting personality.

Possibly her greatest interest was her church and its activities. She was a lifelong member of Trinity United Church, and, in spite of her handicap, had attended church services, meetings of the Women's Missionary Society, the Woman's Association and other social events in the church and the town until failing health prevented. She was also a member for many years, of the Imperial of the Women's Missionary Order Daughters of the Empire.

Miss Casey was predeceased by her parents many years ago and by three sisters and a brother; Miss Anna Casey, Miss Nellie Casey, Mrs. A.R. Davis and Willet Casey. She is survived by one niece, Miss Eleanor Davis, of Whitby and by several cousins.

Her funeral was conducted at the Wartman Funeral Home on Wednesday afternoon, August 5, by Rev. W.B. Thorneloe, of Grace United Church, in the absence of Rev. W.K. Pace, minister of Trinity Church. Burial was in the family plot in Riverside Cemetery. the pall-bearers were four cousins, W.R. McGreer, Harold McGreer and Robert McGreer, of Napanee; George Carson, Kingston and Jack Caldwell and Limbert Graham, of Napanee.

In his address at the funeral service, Rev. Mr. Thorneloe paid tribute to Miss Casey's fine Christian character, made evident by her devotion to her church, her belief in God's goodness and care and her generous support of all worthy causes.

Out of town friends who attended the funeral, included Mr. and Mrs. George Carson, Mrs. Ernest Dawson and Dr. Arrin Carson, of Kingston; Miss Hazel Farley and Worden Farley, of Trenton, and Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Davis and Miss Lillian Carr, of Adolphustown.

       

Aug 20 1959

Napanee

Post Express

 

Napanee

Beaver

Casey,

Eliza Jane

 

At Adolphustown, on Wednesday, October 5th, after a short illness, Eliza Jane, wife of Gilbert S. Casey, Esquire, aged thirty-seven years.

    

Oct 8 1853

Daily British Whig

Casey,

Etta B.

 

MRS. WILLET F. CASEY

Sympathy will be felt for Mr. Willet F. Casey of Boston, in the passing of his wife, Etta B. McKinney, following a long period of ill-health.

Mr. Casey, a son of the late T. W. Casey spent his boyhood in Napanee.  About fifty years ago with his young wife, who was a native of Bath, Maine, he took up residence in Boston, where ever since he has been connected with “The Boston Globe.”

Mr. Casey accompanied by Capt. Orville Pinkham, a relative of the deceased, brought the remains to Napanee on Saturday for burial in the Casey family plot at Riverside Cemetery, the Rev. Mr. Wellwood of Trinity Church conducting the service.  A service had previously been held in Boston.

Mrs. Casey is survived by a brother, Raymond Richardson, of Boston.

 

Feb 17 1937

Napanee

Beaver

Casey,

Florence

   *  see Ostrom, Florence (nee Casey)

Casey,

Mrs. Gilbert

 

Napanee Lady Dies in Her 96th Year

The Late Mrs. Gilbert Casey, Who Was Born at Adolphustown

Napanee, Oct. 29 – There passed away on Thursday morning at her late residence, Piety Hill, Mrs. Gilbert Casey in her ninety-sixth year. She was one of Napanee’s oldest residents and greatly respected having lived in Napanee most of her married life. Before coming to Napanee her home was in Adolphustown. Her husband predeceased her many years ago. She leaves one daughter, Mrs. T.M. Ostrom, who tenderly cared for her mother in her declining years. The funeral will take place on Saturday morning, interment in the family plot at Adolphustown.

  

Oct 29 1926

Daily British Whig

Casey,

Harriet Ann

  *   see Oliver, Harriet Ann (nee Casey)

Casey,

Hiram W.

 

Late H.W. Casey

He Died on Monday After a Long Illness

The late Hiram W. Casey, whose death occurred at his residence on Brock street on Monday evening, was of thorough UE Loyalist stock. His grandparents were William Casey, Adolphustown, and Andrew Johnson [Jackson], Hallowell, both of whom were of the first UE Loyalist pioneers in these townships. He was born in Adolphustown sixty-nine years ago. After spending his early years in his native township, he resided for a time in Newburgh and then Napanee. Some years ago, he removed to Kingston where he has since resided. For years he has been troubled with consumption and for the last two years or more he has been almost totally incapacitated because of that disease, and it became evident to himself and his friends that he could not possibly recover. He viewed his end with the full resignation and confidence of a true Christian. He was a consistent member of the Methodist Church, and a regular attendant of the Queen street church here. About forty five years ago, he married Miss Jane Murdoch, of Fredericksburgh, a lady well known and much respected among the Christian workers of this city. She survives him with their two children, Mrs. R.J. Carson, of Brock street and R. O. Casey of the city of Syracuse. He was a man of much intelligence and a great reader. He was an active supporter of the liberal party. Up to almost his last hours he was a constant reader and supporter of the Whig. His interest in the affairs of his country and his church remained active to his last hours.

 

Aug 21 1900

Daily British Whig

 

Aug 24 1900

Napanee Beaver

Casey

Jane

 

DIED - Very suddenly at the residence of her Father on the morning of 27th July, Jane Casey, youngest daughter of Willet Casey, Esq., of Adolphustown, aged 30 years.  Her death is much regretted by a large circle of relatives and friends;  she was much esteemed by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance.

 

Aug 5 1837

Kingston

Chronicle & Gazette

Casey,

Jane Alice

 

The Late Mrs. H. W. Casey – the death occurred at the residence of her son in Syracuse, N.Y., on Wednesday, of Jane Alice Casey, wife of the late Hiram W Casey, formerly of Kingston and Adolphustown.  The deceased was for years a prominent member of Queen street Methodist church and taught Sunday School.  She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. R. J. Carson, of this city, and one son in Syracuse, N.Y.  the funeral takes place on Friday.

 

No Date Given

(ca 1919-20)

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Casey,

Laura

(nee Merriman)

 

In Adolphustown, on the 7th inst., Laura Merriman, wife of Willet Casey.

    

Aug 24 1865

Weekly British Whig

Casey,

Mary

   *  see Ingersoll, Mary (nee Casey)

Casey,

Miss

   *  see Wilson, Mrs. Thomas (nee Casey)

Casey,

Samuel

 

DIED - On the 19th ult in Adolphustown, Samuel Casey Esq., an old and respected in habitant of that township.

 

Jan 7 1858

Napanee Standard

Casey,

Samuel Thorne

 

SAMUEL THORNE CASEY - Passed peacefully away from earth November, 1886. Bro. Casey was born in Adolphustown, Nov. 28th 1807. He was converted at eleven years of age, and joined the Methodist Church, in which he remained an acknowledged member 68 years. He knew the history of Methodism in Canada in its early struggles and triumphs better than most laymen I ever met. He was sound in Methodist theology, and rejoiced in a personal knowledge of justification by faith, and believed in and sought after the growth and maturity of the graces of the Holy Spirit. His sickness was of three years' duration, and the disease of which he died, dropsy. As a wise man he in good time settled all his financial affairs as he wished. As the end drew near he became more spiritual, and at times apparently lost in contemplating his home in heaven, triumphing in the hope of eternal life, through Jesus Christ our Lord. He was three times married, and has left a widow and five children who "mourn not as those who have o hope."  "Follow him as he followed Christ."    H. Williams

 

Jan 12 1887

Christian Guardian

Casey,

Thomas W.

 

THOS. W. CASEY - The Local Historian, Has Joined his Ancestors -  A prominent citizen of our town, and a lifelong resident of this county, Mr. Thomas W. Casey, passed over to the great majority on Friday evening last, after an illness of nearly a year, a stroke of paralysis the day previous hastening the end of a long and trying sickness.  Deceased was a descendant of the U.E. Loyalists who landed on the shores of Adolphustown while it was yet a wilderness, at the close of the American rebellion, loyally preferring to endure loss of property and hardship that they might remain under the old flag.  Those of his family who landed at Adolphustown were his grand uncle, Willet Casey, and his grandfather, Wm. Casey.  They were natives of Providence, R. I., and both were active in the American War, and left for Canada at its close.  They first moved to the western border of Lake Champlain, supposing it was British territory, but finding this was not so when the international boundary was finally settled, they left for Upper Canada.  Willet Casey died in 1848, aged 86 years.  William Casey, deceased’s grandfather, died in 1842, aged 81 years.  They were progressive men.  Willet Casey erected the first iron foundry in the district, probably near “Carnahan Bay,” in the 2d Con. of Adolphustown, and is said to have cast the first iron mouldboard plows, known to be made in the province.  He was also elected to Parliament in about 18-1 and sat for a few years.  Later on his son Samuel, was elected to that position, and in still later years his grandson, Dr. Willet Casey, was elected for Prince Edward County.  William Casey, grandfather of deceased, erected the first wool-carding mill, located at first at Lake-on-the-Mountain, now Glenora, early in the century.  Deceased was a son of the late Willet Casey, and inherited his father’s beautiful farm at Casey’s Point, at the mouth of Hay Bay.  He was educated at Victoria University, Cobourg, and early acquired literary tastes which drew him away from farming pursuits, and into the newspaper world.  In 1874, he purchased the Napanee Express, and later assumed the Editorship of the Canada Casket, the organ of the Independent Order of Good Templars, and Grand Secretary for a number of years.  He was a life long total abstainer, and was known from Sarnia to Halifax as a fluent and earnest temperance worker and lecturer.  He was also appointed a provincial inspector  by Hon. Oliver Mowat at the time of Dunkin Act and Scott Act campaigns, and was a conscientious and fearless worker in a cause which lay near to his heart.  Perhaps the late Thos. W. Casey is better known to a large number of people in Canada and the United States, through his researches into the history of the United Empire Loyalists, and his “Old time records,” which were for years, a feature of the Beaver, and which he edited.  He knew the history of his loyal ancestors and his native Townships perhaps better than any man now living, and was consulted from far and near when the tangled skein of family history needed unravelling.  Mr. C. C. James, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, was a close student of Mr. Casey, and consulted him frequently in his work of compiling the early history of our province.  Mr. Casey’s ancestors were amongst the first Methodists in  this  the cradle of Methodism, and deceased was a faithful adherent of the Eastern church.  No man will be more missed about town and county than the late Thos. W. Casey.  His genial smile and kindly interest in all made him particularly welcome wherever he went, and it will be many a day, and perhaps never, before one will rise up who will study and place on record the early history and heroic deeds of our forefathers.  Mr. Casey was a life long, but broad minded member of the  Reform Party, and was at one time a candidate for the local legislature, being defeated by the late Hon. John Stevenson in a three-cornered fight, in which the late Benj. C. Davy was a candidate.  Besides his bereaved and faithful wife, he leaves one son, Mr. Willet F. Casey, of Boston, Mass., and four daughters, Mrs. A. R. Davis, Brandon, Man.; Miss Nellie, Troy, N.Y., and Misses Anna and Dora at home.  The funeral services were conducted at his home on Monday afternoon, by Rev. C. E. McIntyre, who spoke feelingly and eloquently of the good qualities and sterling goodness of the deceased. The remains were afterwards interred in the Eastern cemetery.  Amongst the relatives from a distance in attendance were his cousins, Dr. John Farley, Belleville;  Wm Farley, Brighton;  Col. Farley, Quebec City;  Charles Farley, Belleville;  Albert Anderson, Rossmore, and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Carson, Kingston.

 

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Casey,

Waty

  *  see Gilbert, Waty 

Casey,

Willet

 

In Adolphustown, on Friday the 10th March, Willet Casey, Esq., in his 86th year, deeply regretted by his aged widow, and a great number of relatives and friends.

    

Mar 22 1848

British Whig

Casey,

Wm. H.

 

Wm. H. Casey, of Adolphustown, died suddenly on the 5th inst., after but a day's sickness. He had a violent attack of inflammation of the bowels. Mr. Casey has been a life long resident of Adolphustown and an exemplary man.

    

Oct 13 1881

Weekly British Whig

Cassada,

Wellington

 

W. CASSADA

NEWBURG -  The funeral of one of Newburg’s best known residents, the late Wellington Cassada was held from his late residence on Tuesday afternoon last to the United Church of which he had been a faithful member since coming to the village.  The minister, Rev. E F. Swayne, preached a comforting sermon and an appropriate duet was sung by Mr. and Mrs. Ward Wartman of Napanee, “The Lord Will Take Care of You.”

After the service the cortege proceeded to the cemetery at Northbrook where the interment was made.  The pall-bearers were Leslie Kellar, Fred Milligan, E. W. Lochead, J. H. Ramsays, Frank Wales and R. E. Fluke.

Mr. Cassada passed away very suddenly after a week’s illness.  He leaves to mourn his loss Mrs. Cassada, a daughter, Mrs. M. E. Newton of Arden, and three sons, John of Arden, William of Toronto and Albert of Michigan;  also a sister, Mrs. Kerr of Ottawa, and a brother, Lindon of Spokane, Wash.  Mr. Cassada was a member of the board of stewards of the United Church and a member of the Adult Bible Class.  The attendance of a large number of relatives and friends and the beautiful floral tributes evidenced the esteem in which the deceased was held.

 

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Caton,

Archibald Wesley

 

A. W. Caton Dies at Grimsby

The death occurred at Grimsby, Ontario, on Saturday, November 19, of Archibald Wesley Caton, a former well-known resident of Napanee and Newburgh.  His funeral was held at his late residence in Grimsby and interment was made at Newburgh cemetery on Tuesday afternoon.

The late Mr. Caton was born a little over eighty years ago at Newburgh and was a son of the late Allan Caton, druggist of the village.  His youth and young manhood were spent in Newburgh and after his marriage to Hattie Lloyd, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lloyd of the Newburgh Road, he took up farming north of Napanee.   For some years, at a later period, he lived in Montreal and Cleveland, where he was a representative of an American fish company.  Some time later he and his wife returned to the Lloyd farm about three miles from Napanee, where Mr. Caton conducted a dairy farm.  His herd of Jerseys was well known throughout Ontario, and Mr. Caton’s progressive ideas brought him considerable success in his farming.

After farming for a number of years, Mr. and Mrs. Caton brought the Finkle home in Newburgh, where they lived until Mrs. Caton’s death, over ten years ago.  A few years ago, Mr. Caton married Mary A. Meeks of Grimsby and lived in Grimsby until his death .  His only son, Morris Caton, died in New York about three years ago, leaving a son and a daughter, who reside in the United States.

 

Scrapbook

Clipping

Caton,

Arthur E.

 

CATON - At Kingston General Hospital on Sunday, April 3rd, 1932, Arthur E. Caton, aged 46 years.

 

1932

Scrapbook

Clipping

Caton,

J. A. G.

 

One of the most respected residents of the township of Ernesttown died 28th June last, aged forty-seven years.  Mr. Caton was ill for about a year of heart failure.  Deceased was born and lived all his life-time on the homestead of his grandfather, the late Wm. Caton and was esteemed for his honorable and upright life.  He leaves a bereaved widow, but no children.  He was a very successful farmer and during his short life accumulated considerable property.  Mr. Caton was a member of  the Anglican church and the last rites were administered by Rev. Rural Dean Dibb.  The funeral was largely attended and service was held at the home of deceased.  The remains were placed in the family plot at Wilton cemetery.

 

1907

Newspaper Clipping

Caton,

Phoebe

 

Died – CATON – At Napanee on Sunday Sept. 6th, 1891, Phoebe Caton, aged 78 years, 5 months.

     

Sept 11 1891

Napanee

Express

Cave,

Louisa

(nee Ainsworth)

 

DEATH OF MRS. JOHN CAVE – On May 27, 1918 at her home in Ameliasburg, Mrs. John Cave passed away.  The deceased had been in poor health for some time suffering from heart trouble, but was only confined to her bed one day.  Before her marriage she was Louisa Ainsworth, eldest daughter of the late Eli and Elizabeth Ainsworth of Brighton.  All her married life was spent in Ameliasburg, where she had a large circle of friends.  Besides her husband she leaves to mourn her loss four daughters – Mrs. Wm. Haskell of Oshawa, Miss Rosella Cave of Toronto, Mrs. R. Howes of Thurlow, Mrs. J. E. Bird of Burr’s, and two sons, William Cave of Ameliasburg and Peter Cave of Bloomfield;  also one brother and one sister, Willet Ainsworth of Dundonald, and Rosanna Simpson of Clinton.  She was in her 70th year. The funeral was held on Wednesday afternoon in the Ameliasburg Methodist Church thence to Burr’s Cemetery for interment.

 

1918

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Chalk,

Mary

 

CHALK – At North Fredericksburgh, on April 25th, Mary Chalk, beloved wife of Richard Chalk.

    

May 3 1924

Daily British Whig

Challes,

Jane

 

Mrs. Jane Challes - one of the old and well-known residents of Napanee, died at her residence on Piety Hill on Wednesday last, 22d inst., at the advanced age of 75 years, 10 months and 22 days. She was the widow of the late William Challes, who predeceased her about five years. They were the pioneers of Piety Hill, erecting their home there over 40 years ago, when there was not another dwelling house in that locality, and when it was yet a part of the Township of Richmond. They both lived to see it one of the best residential portions of our town. Their children living are James and George Challes, both of Toronto; Mrs. Rachael McDonald, of Napanee Mills; Mrs. Jane Anderson of Adrian, Mich.; Mrs. Anna McDonald, of Kingston and Mrs. Etta Woodford, of Adrian. Mrs. Challes left also twelve grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren, making twenty living descendants in all. She was a woman of great energy and industry, greatly devoted to her home and family. She was an adherent of the Western Methodist church. The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock this afternoon.

  

Feb 27 1899

Napanee Beaver

Chalmers,

Arthur

 

Chalmers - At Adolphustown, on Tuesday, Aug. 9th, 1910, Arthur Chalmers, aged 19 years, 10 months and 3 days.

 

Death of Arthur Chalmers

On the morning of August 9th, at the home of his cousin, Thomas Chalmers, where he was visiting when his last sickness attacked him, died Arthur Chalmers, youngest son of Mrs. Wm. Chalmers, of Parma. Though of delicate health for a year or so, and his last illness was very severe, yet death's swift approach was hardly suspected. His short life has been a most innocent one, and withal a useful one. He was a very constant worshipper and regular communicant in St. Alban's Church, Adolphustown, and with his fine bass voice assisted very effectively in the choir work of the church. It seemed that he could ill be spared. But the fiat had gone forth, "The Lord hath need of him." After only nineteen years of life on earth, the Lord has called him to the higher service in His Paradise. The burial service was held August 11th in his old home at Parma, on account of his mother's weak condition, the consequence of constant nursing, the interment being in the family plot of St. Alban's Church yard. The vast number who attended the service showed, very clearly, general esteem for the deceased, as well as tender sympathy with his sorrowing mother, brothers and sisters.

   

1910

Tibbutt

Scrapbooks

Chalmers,

Florence

(nee Rankin)

 

Death of Mrs. Chalmers.

The death of Mrs. J.F. Chalmers on Friday last was indeed a severe shock to her many friends. She had been ill but a few days of pneumonia and her death has cast a gloom over the whole community in which she resided, and where she was well and favorably known. the deceased's maiden name was Florence Rankin, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Rankin, South Napanee. Besides her aged parents and sorrowing husband, one sister and two little daughters of eight and ten years are left to mourn. The deceased was very popular and beloved by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance. The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon and was largely attended.

      

Feb 12 1904

Napanee Express

Chalmers,

George Frederick

 

Chalmers, George Frederick - At Kingston General Hospital, on Tuesday, April 9, 1968, George Frederick Chalmers, beloved husband of Sarah D. Roberts, dear father of Mary and James at home, and John, Kingston, in his 83rd year. Mr. Chalmers is resting at the Tierney Funeral Home, Napanee. Funeral service at St. Alban's church, Adolphustown, on Friday, April 12, at 2 p.m. Rev. D.F. Dunning officiating. Interment Riverside Cemetery.

        

1968

Allison

Scrapbooks

Chalmers,

George F., Dr.

 

DR. GEORGE F. CHALMERS – On Tuesday of this week, Mr. J. Frank Chalmers received a telegram from San Francisco, that his brother, Dr. George F. Chalmers, of Niles Cal., near San Francisco, was dead. Deceased was attacked with appendicitis and was operated on last Friday, and died four days later.  He was in his thirty-eighth year, and had been practicing medicine for the past fifteen years at Niles.  He leaves a wife and one child.  Deceased was a son of the late James Chalmers, of Adolphustown, and besides his mother, who is in San Francisco with her daughters, Grace and Helen, leaves three brothers, J. Frank Chalmers, Napanee, Peter of Stockton, Cal., and Walter N.

 

Dr. Geo. F. Chalmers - A message received Tuesday from Niles, Cal., announced the death of Dr. George F. Chalmers, after an operation for appendicitis. Deceased was a son of the late James Chalmers, Adolphustown, and a brother of our townsman, J.F. Chalmers. Deceased was aged was [sic] thirty-eight years and spent his young life in Adolphustown. One brother and sister and his mother live in California, another brother, Walter N., in Edmonton, Alberta and J. Frank Chalmers, of Napanee.

    

From the Watson Scrapbooks

 

Dec 29 1905

Napanee Beaver

 

Dec 29 1905

Napanee Express

Chalmers,

Gertrude Lenora

 

Chalmers - At the McDonald Nursing Home, on Monday, May 2, 1966, Gertrude Lenora Chalmers, dear sister of Albert, Napanee, and George, Adolphustown, in her 87th year. Miss Chalmers rested at the Tierney Funeral Home for funeral service on Wednesday, May 4, at 2.30 p.m. Rev. Douglas F. Dunning, Adolphustown, officiated. Interment was in St. Alban's Anglican Cemetery

 

Memorial Card:

In Loving Memory of Gertrude Lenora Chalmers Dear sister of Albert, Napanee and George, Adolphustown Who Passed away at the McDonald Nursing Home  on Monday, May 2nd, 1966, in her 87th year. Miss Chalmers is resting at the Tierney Funeral Home for Funeral Service on Wednesday, May 4th, 1966 at 2.30 p.m. Reverend Douglas F. Dunning, Adolphustown, officiating. Interment St. Alban’s Cemetery.

 

1966

Tibbutt

Scrapbooks

Chalmers,

Helen H.

 

CHALMERS, Helen H.  Passed away suddenly at the University Hospital on October 6, 1977. She was born in Adolphustown, Ontario in 1898. Predeceased by her sister, Murial (Mrs. J.S. Graham) of Oyama, B.C.; survived by three nephews, Dr. William Graham of Burnaby, B.C., David Graham of Oyama, B.C. and Judge Robert Graham of Prince Rupert, B.C.; cousins Margaret Smith of Calgary and Chalmers Hughes of Vancouver, and cousins in Ontario and California. Miss Chalmers was a long time resident of Edmonton where she taught for many years in the Edmonton Public School System. Funeral arrangements are in the hands of Howard and McBride Funeral Directors. 422-1141

     

Oct 8 1977

Edmonton Journal

Chalmers,

Capt. James

 

The sad news reached town yesterday of the death of Capt. Chalmers, of Adolphustown village, father of reeve Chalmers. Last Friday while he was unlading grain in the barn something went wrong with the fork, and it broke striking him on the side. He lingered until yesterday morning. Deceased was well and popularly known in Adolphustown, having been a captain on the lakes for a number of years and was respected by all who knew him.

 

Death of Capt. Chalmers

Captain James Chalmers, one of the most respected and best known farmers in Adolphustown died at his residence on Monday evening last under particularly sad and painful circumstances. We are informed that on Friday of last week he was assisting to unload some grain with a horse fork when a rope broke, in consequence of which he was struck so violently in the side by a whiffle-tree that he died on Monday, having suffered greatly in the meantime. He was born in Ireland, being a relative, we believe, of the celebrated Rev. Dr. Chalmers, of Scotland. The family, consisting then of the parents and six children, came to Canada about forty years ago and settled in this section. He followed sailing in his earlier years and was captain of some lake vessels. About twenty years ago he purchased the old Casey homestead in the front of Adolphustown, where he has ever since reside. He was a successful farmer, an excellent neighbor and was highly respected by all as an honorable and upright citizen.

The funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon at St. Alban's church, Adolphustown, of which he was for many years an honored and consistent member. It was very largely attended, citizens of all creeds and classes, from all parts of the township and surrounding country were present to pay their last tribute of respect to one whom they all held in high esteem during his life.

He was the father of Mr. Frank Chalmers, Reeve of Adolphustown, and of Walter Chalmers, who is with his brother in the store and post office in that place. Another son was a graduate of the Royal Military College at Kingston, and is now connected with the Mounted Police in the North West. There are also two unmarried daughters at home, and a son in California, who is a successful farmer.

Within a few years five members of this family have died, all of whom were well known and highly respected by many readers of THE BEAVER. Mr. Thomas Chalmers died quite suddenly a few years ago on his farm in Adolphustown. He was unmarried. Later his brother, Peter, with whom he was in partnership, died on the same farm, leaving a large family, and now James has followed. Mrs. Charles Drury, a sister, and recently her husband, residents of the township north of Hay Bay, have both died. Also a married sister, residing in North Hastings. All that now remains of a large and healthy family of a few years ago, is Mr. William Chalmers, a well known farmer residing near Parma.

"Friend after friend departs,

Who hath not lost a friend?

There is no union here of hearts,

Here doth not find an end."

 

Aug 15 1895

Weekly British Whig

 

Aug 2 1895

Napanee Beaver

Chalmers,

James Albert

 

CHALMERS, James Albert - At the Kingston General Hospital, on Wednesday, April 1 1970, James Albert Chalmers; son of the late William and Martha Chalmers, in his 87th year. Mr. Chalmers is resting at the Tierney Funeral Home, Napanee for funeral service, on Saturday, April 4, at 2 p.m. Rev. D.F. Dunning, Adolphustown, officiating. Interment St. Alban's Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Friday.

 

James A. Chalmers

Funeral service was held April 4 at the Tierney Funeral Home, for James Albert Chalmers, 87, of the Macdonald Nursing Home.

Mr. Chalmers was born in North Fredericksburgh Township, a son of William Chalmers and the former Martha Pringle.

Mr. Chalmers worked as a farmer most of his life and the attended S. Alban's Church at Adolphustown. He was a former church warden and a member of the township council

Mr. Chalmers is survived by several nieces and nephews.

Pall-bearers were Douglas Chalmers, Jim Chalmers, Jack Chalmers, David Chalmers, Wallace Hogeboom and V.D. Mossop.

Interment was in St. Alban's Cemetery, Adolphustown.

     

1970

Tibbutt

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Allison

Scrapbooks

Chalmers,

Jane Elizabeth

   *  see Roblin, Jane Elizabeth (nee Chalmers)

Chalmers,

Jessie

 

Deaths - Chalmers - At Adolphustown, on Saturday, December 15th, 1934, Miss Jessie Chalmers, in her 61st year.

     

Dec 19 1934

Napanee Beaver

Chalmers,

Jean

 

Chalmers - At Adolphustown on Thursday, Dec 7th, 1922, Jean Chalmers, aged 83 years, 5 mos.

 

The late Mrs. Jean Chalmers, who suffered a stroke on the 2nd, was laid to rest on the 9th. Three daughters and one son are left to mourn.

     

Dec 12 1922

Napanee Express

 

Dec 22 1922

Daily British Whig

Chalmers,

Mabel Lillian

   *  see Johnston, Mabel Lillian (nee Chalmers)

Chalmers,

Margaret

 

CHALMERS - In South Fredericksburgh, on Thursday, Feb. 21st, Margaret Chalmers, aged 89 years.

   

Feb 29 1884

Napanee Express

Chalmers,

Margaret

 

Mrs. Margaret Chalmers, relict of the late Capt. James Chalmers, of Adolphustown, passed away at Fruitvale, Cal., on April 2nd. Deceased’s health had been failing for some time and her death was hastened as the result of a fall she sustained a few weeks prior to her demise. The remains were brought to Napanee on Saturday last, and the funeral took place at the U.E.L. Anglican church, Adolphustown, on Monday last. Mrs. Chalmers leaves a family of two daughters, Misses Grace and Helen, of Fruitvale, Cal., and three sons, Messrs. Peter, at Stockton, Cal, Walter, at Denver, and J. Francis, at Napanee.

     

Apr 17 1909

Daily British Whig

 

Chalmers,

Margaret R.

 

 

CHALMERS – At Adolphustown, on Wednesday, June 30th 1915, Margaret R. Chalmers, aged 39 years, 2 months and 17 days.

 

1915

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Chalmers,

Mary Jane

 

CHALMERS - At Dorland, on Thursday, Feb. 7th, 1918, Mary Jane Chalmers, aged 46 years and 2 months.

    

Feb 15 1918

Napanee Beaver

Chalmers,

Miss

   *  see Drury, Mrs. Charles (nee Chalmers)

Chalmers,

Peter

 

The Late Peter Chalmers, Adolphustown

The announcement of the death of Peter Chalmers, of pneumonia, on Feb. 6th, at the age of sixty-two years, was received with profound regret throughout a large section of the surrounding country, for no man has ever been better loved and more highly esteemed for his public and private virtues by the community in which he lived than he. He was a native of Ireland, having been born in the county of Wicklow on the 24th Dec., 1831. With his parents and brothers and sisters he came to Canada in the year 1849. In the year 1868 he married Jane Russell, daughter of Thos. Russell, of North Fredericksburgh, and settled upon the picturesque spot at the head of Carnahan bay, in Adolphustown, which has been his home ever since; and where he has brought up his family of seven children, six of whom; one son and five daughters, survive to mourn with their stricken mother their irreparable loss. His property, the fruits of his honourable toil, consists of two hundred acres of arable land, upon which only two years ago he erected a fine residence. He was a member of the Church of England, and in politics was a staunch conservative. The funeral of the deceased took place on Thursday, 8th inst., and was the ---sion of an immense gathering of friends and acquaintances. The service was held in St. Alban's Memorial church by the Rev. R.S. Forneri, who preached the funeral sermon, taking his text from Luke XII-10. "We are all mourners here this morning," said the preacher, "a life of practical godliness, a life that proclaimed by every act that our departed brother was a true follower of God, has come to a premature end. The wise and loving husband and father, the staunch friend, the high-minded citizen, the earnest churchman, the diligent worker - Peter Chalmers, with his open hand and big heart, has passed from our sight, but never from our love or our memory. The empty place in the home can only be filled by Him that has made it empty. Every member of this church must feel with me (continued the preacher) that a strong stay has gone from us. A wider circle, for whom I may presume to speak, mourn the loss of a dear friend, a still wider one, represented by all here present from near and far, feel an affectionate and earnest sympathy with the stricken hearts in the mourners' pew to-day." Later on in the discourse the preacher dwelt more particularly upon the character of the departed, and showed how "to live the life of practical christianity was the end of his desire and of his deed.

 

History of the Chalmers - The Story of the Ancestry of the Family Shortly Presented -

With reference to the obituary notice of the late Peter Chalmers, of Adolphustown, which appeared in our issue of 17th Feb., a relative of his in Scotland writes to us as follows:

   "You describe Peter Chalmers as a native of Ireland, which is true in the sense that a man is said to be a native of the country in which he was born. His father, Peter Chalmers, was a native of the parish of Blairgowrie, Perthshire, Scotland, who lived in Ireland for a few years before settling in Canada. His father, James Chalmers, was a farmer in Mains of Mause in Blairgowrie parish, whose wife's name was Margaret McGlashan. They had eleven children of whom Peters was the eldest. They belonged to a race of sterling worth, long settled in the parish. There has always been one or more of them elders in the Kirk session of Blairgowrie since the reformation. The above James Chalmers' father, William, was ordained to the eldership in 1759, and his father, James (Cauldhame) in 1715. He was the James Chalmers mentioned in the famous story of "The Chalet o'Mause (1730) which was seen by a man named Soutar. The Chalmers' traced their descent from Thomas de Camera, of Drumloughlie parish of Blairgowrie, who received a charter of the lands of Drumlouchie from King Robert the Bruce" (See p. 18 No. 90, Robertson's Index of Charters.)

    

CHALMERS - At Adolphustown, Feb. 6th, Peter Chalmers, aged 62 years, 1 months and 10 days.

    

Feb 17 1894

British Whig

 

Mar 31 1894

British Whig

 

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Chalmers,

Sara Dorothea

(nee Roberts)

 

Chalmers, Sara Dorothea - At Kingston on Friday, March 30, 1979, Sara Dorothea Roberts of Adolphustown, in her 85th year, wife of the late George Chalmers, dear mother of Jack, Kingston; Mary and Jim, Adolphustown; dear grandmother of Beverley and Paul. Rested at the Tierney Funeral Home, Napanee. Service was held on Monday, April 2, at 1:30 p.m. Rev. Robert Hales officiated. Interment in Riverside Cemetery.

 

1979

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Chalmers,

Capt. T. W.

 

Capt. Chalmers Killed

London, November 5 - At Witkop, in the Belfast district, on Monday last, Captain T. W. Chalmers, of the 2nd Battalion, Canadian Mounted Rifles, was killed, and Major George E. Sanders, of the same battalion, was wounded.  This information was conveyed to the War Office, in a despatch from Lord Roberts.

Captain Chalmers was formerly an inspector of the Northwest Mounted Police, and was a graduate of the Royal Military College.  He saw service in the Northwest Rebellion.  He was a native of Adolphustown.

 

Nov 6, 1900

Montreal

Gazette

Chalmers,

Thomas Herbert

 

Thomas Herbert Chalmers died suddenly at his home on the Trent Road, Sidney Township, on Saturday, Oct 15. He was apparently in good health when taken with a heart seizure and died immediately.

To many friends, the sudden death of Mr. Chalmers will bring sincere regret. He was widely known in Belleville and throughout the district and was highly esteemed. For many years he was engaged in the farm implement agency business in Belleville as representative for the Frost and Wood Company of Smiths Falls. For a time the business was known as Chalmers and Hollis; later a change was made and the firm became Chalmers and Hubbs. This arrangement was dissolved in 1930 and from that time until 1932 when he retired, he conducted the business alone. In every respect he was a good citizen; he resided in Belleville and in the vicinity since 1914.

The late Mr. Chalmers, who was in his 74th year, was born at Adolphustown, Lennox County, his parents being the late Mr. and Mrs. William Chalmers. During his residence in Belleville he was a faithful member of St. Thomas' Anglican Church and served at one time as a warden and also as a representative to the diocesan Synod. Fraternally he was a life member of Prince Edward Lodge No. 18 A.F. & A.M.

Mr. Chalmers was twice married, his first wife was Margaret David; she died in 1945 and a year ago last May he married Mabel Roblin, who survives him, together with a son, Mr. Gordon Chalmers, Trent Road.

 

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Chalmers,

William

 

Obituary - Wm. Chalmers

Death of the last of a large family.

St. Alban's church, Adolphustown, was filled an many had to remain outside on Monday last, the occasion being the funeral of the late William Chalmers, of South Fredericksburgh, who died very suddenly on Friday last. Deceased had been enjoying the best of health for some weeks, even better than he had previously been, was jovial and able to do work upon the farm. He retired about ten o'clock and before he had gone to sleep felt a distress in his throat, got up and sat in a chair and asked from a drink of water. He said he believed he was going, which were the last words he said that could be understood. He shook his wife's  hand and tried to speak but could not and passed away in a few minutes. Dr. Northmore was telephoned for but before he could arrive he had passed away from the earth to join a son and three brothers and two sisters who had gone before, all but one having died within the last few years, making a death each year for '93, '94,'95,'96. He leaves a fine family of five boys and four girls, and their mother and many friends to mourn his loss. Peter Chalmers, the father of this family, moved from Scotland to Ireland when a young man, and followed the calling of land steward there. He married and raised a family of four boys and two girls, living in the counties of Wicklow and Carlo. About forty-eight years ago the family moved to Canada. The direct object in view was the taking of a farm to work belonging to the father's brother, who was then lock master near Montreal or Ottawa and teaching his son the business, but just the night before they arrived this brother died; thus they changed their course and went to Toronto, thinking of taking up a farm in the wooded condition and clearing it. But one son, James, having a letter to Major Boucher at Kingston, said he would take the letter to him and perchance something else might turn up. Major Boucher went to the mayor of the city and he offered to give the young man a position on the police force, but he declined, saying he would not like the work; his business was farming. He was then given a letter to a Church of England minister in Adolphustown, who in those days made their living out of farms belonging to the parish. Although he did not get a situation with this gentleman he got work near by, and after attending church service on the following Sunday and seeing the congregation he thought he had come to a good land, and immediately wrote to the rest of the family at Toronto, who in a short time came to him and settled in or near Adolphustown. James Chalmers afterwards sailed on the bay and lakes for seventeen years, after which he took to faming only, at which he worked until his death. The rest of the family all took to farming and have made homes for themselves and families. A singular incident of the family is that they loved to be together and have died within a short space of time. Thomas Chalmers died in 1866, Mrs. Eliza Chalmers Hart died in 1888, Mrs. Margaret Chalmers Drury died in 1893, Peter Chalmers died in 1894, James Chalmers died in 1895, William Chalmers died in 1896, the last four leaving large families.

    

1896

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Chalmers,

Mrs. William

 

Mrs. William Chalmers, Parma, died on March 29th, aged seventy-five years. She was an Anglican and a noble lady. Four sons and four daughters, one, Harry Chalmers, living in Kingston.

 

One of the most highly respected residents of the community, in the person of Mrs. William Chalmers, passed away at her home, Parma, on Saturday, the 29th day of March. The funeral on Monday was largely attended, the burial service being taken by her Clergyman, the Rev. A.S. Dickinson, rector of Adolphustown. Mrs. Chalmers was in her seventy-fifth year and had lived most of her days in the home where she died. Latterly her health had not been all that might be desired, and when stricken with influenza about a month ago, her illness proved fatal. Mrs. Chalmers will be greatly missed by a host of friends to whom she had endeared herself. She was a kind neighbor and a loyal, consistent God fearing church woman. The good influence exerted by her during life will be a lasting tribute to her memory, for it manifests itself in the lives of her sons and daughters who are a creditable, living witness to the wise counsel and careful training of a good Christian mother, who was dearly loved by them all. Mrs. Chalmers leaves to mourn her loss four sons, Harry of Kingston; Herbert, of Belleville; George, of Adolphustown; Albert, at home and four daughters, Mrs. F.B. Roblin, Mrs. Hugh Milling, Mrs. Roy Johnston, and Miss Gertrude, all of whom have the sincere sympathy of their many friends and neighbours in their recent bereavement.

     

Apr 19 1919

Daily British Whig

 

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Chalmers,

William Henry

 

CHALMERS - Entered into rest at Kingston General Hospital, Thursday, February 15th, 1945, William Henry Chalmers, beloved husband of Henrietta Gray.

 

The Late William H. Chalmers

Well known to many throughout the Township of South Fredericksburgh, and a respected resident of Kingston, William Henry Chalmers died Thursday, February 15th at the Kingston General Hospital after an illness of six days.

The late Mr. Chalmers was born in Adolphustown 74 years ago, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Chalmers, formerly of Scotland. At one time he was reeve of Fredericksburgh Township where he served faithfully for a number of years. He took an active part in church affairs and was given the position of rector's warden and served as a synod delegate of St. Alban's Church, Adolphustown.

In 1917 he went to Kingston and for the past twenty years has owned and operated a growing grocery business at the corner of King St. and Lower University Ave. While in Kingston he was a member of St. James Anglican Church where he served on the executive council for four years.

Surviving are his wife, the former Henrietta Gray, a graduate of Queen's University; two sons, Murray Chalmers, Toronto, and Douglas W. Chalmers, Kingston; one daughter Isobel Chalmers, serving as a nursing sister somewhere in England; three brothers, George and Albert Chalmers of Adolphustown; Herbert Chalmers of Belleville; three sisters, Gertrude Chalmers, Adolphustown; Mrs. H. Milling (Edith), Adolphustown; and Mrs. R. Johnston (Mabel), Dorland.

The funeral took place last Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from his late residence, 180 Stuart Street, to Cataraqui Cemetery. Rev. J.D. MacKenzie Naughton officiated.

       

1945

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Chamberlain,

Ann

 

Ann Chamberlain, Fredericksburgh, widow of John Chamberlain, M.D. buried Napanee Church Yard Feb 2 1850. Saltern Givins.

 

1850

Anglican Records

Napanee

Chamberlain,

Elizabeth

 

Elizabeth Chamberlain, wife of John Chamberlain, Esq., of the Creek, Fredericksburgh, aged 50 years was buried in Napanee Church Yard Nov 27 1851.

 

1851

Anglican Records

Napanee

Chamberlain,

Jacob B., Dr.

 

DIED - At Fredericksburg, Tuesday morning, Doctor Jacob B. Chamberlain, aged 78.  Dr. C. was one of the oldest U.E. Loyalists in the Midland District and one of the oldest magistrates.  The deceased was much beloved as a father and a friend, and much esteemed by his numerous acquaintances.

 

At Fredericksburgh, Dr. Jacob B. Chamberlain, aged 78, one of the oldest U.E. Loyalists in the Midland District.

CHAMBERLAIN, Dr. Jacob B., one of the oldest UEL's in the Midland District, and one of the oldest magistrates, died at Fredericksburgh, age 78.

 

Doctor Jacob B. Chamberlain of Fredericksburgh died on the [blank] September and was buried on the [blank] of the same month in the year 1841 by me, Saltern Givins. Present - P. Shirley, S. Murray

 

Sept 25 1841

Kingston Chronicle & Gazette

 

Oct 9 1841

The Church, Toronto

 

1841

Anglican Records

Napanee

Chamberlain,

Jane

(nee Church)

 

In Memoriam

Napanee Beaver

Jane Church, relict of the late James Chamberlain, died at the residence of her grandson, W.B.C. Chamberlain, North Fredericksburgh, on Dec. 13th, having passed the allotted span of three score and ten by nearly three years. Deceased was a daughter of Capt. John Church, South Fredericksburgh. Mr. Chamberlain died about six years ago, having been married to his faithful wife over fifty years. Mrs. Chamberlain was one of the landmarks of the township, and was beloved and respected by all who knew her. To Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain were born three sons, Allen, John and Maitland, all of whom predeceased their mother. Her grandchildren are Allen, in Kingston Postoffice; W.C.B., Mrs. Crevalin and Miss Clara, Kingston; Annie, in Boston; Mrs. William Carter, Picton; and Mrs. Douglas Grand, Toronto. Beside these she leaves five great-grandchildren. Deceased was a member of the Presbyterian church and was fully prepared for the great change. The funeral took place on Sunday, the remains being placed in Morven vault

      

Dec 19 1896

Daily British Whig

 

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Chamberlain,

Miss

   *  see Wright, Mrs. Paul (nee Chamberlain)

Chambers,

Anna J.

   *  see Johnston, Anna J. (nee Chambers)

Chambers,

Charles M.

 

Charles M. Chambers, an aged resident of North Fredericksburgh died yesterday at the advanced age of eighty-two years, one month, and twenty-four days. The funeral will take place on Thursday afternoon at two o'clock from his late residence to the Eastern Cemetery, Napanee.

 

Deaths - Chambers - In North Fredericksburgh, July 31st, Charles Chambers, aged eighty-two years.

 

In Memoriam

late Charles Chambers, Fredericksburgh

Charles Chambers, an old and well known resident of North Fredericksburgh, Big Creek, died on July 31st, at the age of eighty-two years. He was born in England, and came with his parents to Fredericksburgh when a boy at some time in the early forties. His father, Philip Chambers, purchased the grist mill built by the late James Fraser, and for many years it was known as Chambers mills. the deceased spent all his life in Fredericksburgh, with the exception of a few years at Deseronto. He was an active and successful farmer, a man of great strength and industry and succeeded in securing a competency for himself and family. Several years ago, he fell into very poor health which compelled him to retire from active business; for the past couple of years he became so paralyzed that he was not able to even feed himself. In that condition he remained until his death. He married Miss Ruth Parks, eldest daughter of the late David Parks, North Fredericksburgh. She survives with three sons and a daughter. The sons are : Draper, of Seattle, Washington territory, George S. on the homestead, Philip, ranching in Montana. The daughter is Mrs. James Burgess, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. The funeral took place Thursday and was very largely attended. The body will be interred in the Napanee cemetery.

       

Aug 1 1900

Aug 4 1900

Aug 7 1900

Daily British Whig

Chambers,

Eliza

 

CHAMBERS - At the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Husband, of North Fredericksburgh, on Sept., 1st, Mrs. Eliza Chambers, wife of Obadiah Chambers, formerly of Gananoque, aged 85 years, 6 months, and 18 days.  Gananoque papers please copy.

 

Sept 4 1891

Napanee Beaver

Chambers,

George S.

 

Another victim of pneumonia was George S. Chambers, Fredericksburgh, who passed away on Sunday afternoon, after a couple of weeks’ illness. Deceased was fifty-one years of age. He leaves a widow and grown-up family of two sons and two daughters.

 

G.S. Chambers, one of the most widely known farmers of South Fredericksburgh township, and a prominent stock raiser, died on Sunday from pneumonia after a couple of weeks’ illness.

   

Oct 26 1918

Daily British Whig

Chambers,

Hattie M.

   *  see Cumming, Hattie M. (nee Chambers)

Chambers,

Huldah

 

To only a few comes the privilege to live for ninety-six years, though this was the opportunity of Mrs. Huldah Chambers, who died at her daughter's home, Mrs. George Chalmers, of Anderson, on Monday, August 18th. She was very active until the end of her life, being confined to her bed for a couple of days. Though she was very deaf, she was always a great lover of company and was peculiarly fond of her children. She was very loyal to her church and by her prayers and support did her best of the Anderson Church, of which she had been a consecrated member. The funeral service was held on Wednesday, August 20th, in the Anderson Church, conducted by her pastor, Rev. J.E. Beckel. Interment was made in Riverside Cemetery, Napanee. The bearers were old neighbors, Mr. Stephen Stone, Jr. J. Cuthill, Mr. Amos Hambly, Mrs. William Baird, Mrs. Edward Baird and Mr. J. Johnston. Among those left to mourn her loss are the daughter-in-law, Mrs. G. Chambers, four grandchildren and several brothers and sisters.

 

Obituary - Mrs. Charles M. Chambers

There passed away at Anderson on August 18th, 1930, aged 96 years, 4 months and 20 days, one of North Fredericksburgh's most highly respected citizens in the person of Mrs. Chas. M. Chambers, who before her marriage was Huldah Parks. Her husband predeceased her thirty years ago.

While in failing health for many months, an in spite of the best of loving care and medical treatment, the end came with suddenness.

The late Mrs. chambers was a loving and cheerful character, having gained many friends. She was a faithful member of the Anderson Church for many years, and though hard of hearing she enjoyed going to church. She was especially fond of reading her Bible. The funeral was held at Anderson Church on Wednesday afternoon, August 20th, the services being conducted by her pastor, the Rev. M. Beckel, after which the remains were laid to rest in the Riverside Cemetery beside her husband.

She leaves to mourn her loss, one daughter, Mrs. Eva A. Burgess, of Florida and one son, Philip H., in California; her son, George S., pre-deceased her nearly twelve years ago. A son, Draper and a daughter, Mrs. Leatham, died many years ago. She also leaves her daughter-in-law, Mrs. George S. Chambers, who so tenderly cared for her so many years in her old age, and her four grandchildren, with whom she lived; Fred M., Herbert D., and Laura M. Chambers, R.N.; also Mrs. W.A. Irish, of Belleville, Ontario, besides a number of brothers and sisters and great grand-children and great-great grand-children.

     

Aug 27 1930

Napanee Beaver

 

Sept 3 1930

Napanee Beaver

Chambers,

Irene Elizabeth

(nee Akey)

 

Chamber, Irene Elizabeth - At Lennox & Addington County General Hospital, on Wednesday, July 24, 1996, Irene Akey, beloved wife of the late Glynn Chambers; dear mother of Mrs. Lyle Smith (Judy) RR # 2 Napanee, loving grandmother of Mrs. Tony Szapira (Darlene), Mrs. Tim Lewis (Cindy), Mrs. Kirk Worrow (Barbara), Mrs. Greg Hales (Carolyn), Mrs. Dan Chant (Glenda), Mark Smith and fiance Christa, Jennifer Smith; and 12 great-grandchildren; dear sister of Jean Schermerhorn, Harold, Harry, Jack, Tom and Ted Adey, Maud Turner, Lona Sweet and the late Mae McFarlane. Resting at the Wannamaker-Tierney Funeral Home, Napanee, for service in the Chapel on Saturday, July 27 at 11 a.m. rev. Norm Esdon officiating. Interment Riverside Cemetery. Donations to the L & A Hospital Foundation or the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family.

  

1996

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Chambers,

Lena Florence

(nee Fields)

 

CHAMBERS - At North Fredericksburgh, on Tuesday, January 13th, 1948, Lena Florence Fields, wife of Herbert Chambers.

 

Mrs. Herb Chambers

Mrs. Herbert Chambers, who had been in ill health for several years, died at her home in North Fredericksburgh on Tuesday, January 13, in her 64th year. She was formerly Lena Florence Fields, and was a daughter of the late James and Mary Fields.

She is survived by her husband, four sons, and two daughters; Donald, Wray, Earl and glen, all at home; Mrs. B. Cox and Mrs. C. Benson, of Kingston. She also leaves three sisters, Mrs. Ward Sherman, Mrs. Ida Rikley and Mrs. Hester Walmsley.

Her funeral service was conducted by W.D. Halliwell, pastor of the Bay Circuit of The United Church, at the Tierney Funeral Home, Thursday afternoon. Interment will be in Riverside Cemetery.

The bearers were Messrs. Bert Fretts, Archie Alcombrack, Leland Wannamaker, Arthur Alcombrack, Clifford McFarlane and Elmer Alcombrack.

   

Jan 14 1948

Napanee Beaver

Chambers,

Margaret

(nee McWain)

 

CHAMBERS - At her residence, Chambers, Sunday, Feb. 1st, 1903, Margaret McWain, wife of W.J. Chambers, aged 63 years, 5 months and 22 days.

 

MARGARET McWAIN

wife of W.J. Chambers, died at her residence, Chambers, on Feb. 1st, 1903, very suddenly, of heart failure. Deceased was born in Belfast, Ireland, 9th of August, 1839, married 27th Sept. 1859, and is now survived by her deeply bereaved husband and the following children:  Annie, wife of Mr. Chas. Johnston, Bath;  Gertie, wife of Wm. H. Shane, of Deseronto; Hattie M., of Bath; Lizzie, Alice and George R., her only son, at home. She joined the Methodist church 47 years ago, at the Brick Chapel, near where Anderson's church now stands, under the preaching of the Rev. J.G. Bull, and always was a great reader of her bible. She is the last of a family of four, her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel McWain, preceding her years ago. She was a kind and affectionate wife and loving mother, and was always ready to give a helping hand to anyone needing it. The funeral was conducted on Tuesday, 2d Feb, by the Rev. Mr. Boyce, at the Lutheran Church, on the homestead, and the body was deposited in the Morven vault.

    

Feb 6 1903

Napanee Beaver

Chambers,

Obediah

 

At North Fredericksburgh, on the 10th inst., Obediah Chambers, aged 80 years.

 

Feb 22 1877

Daily British Whig

Chambers,

Rachel Joyce

 

MRS. CHAMBERS DEAD – Mr. Ed Chambers and Mrs. John E. Joyce were called to Napanee last week owing to the death and funeral of their mother, Mrs. Thomas Chambers.  The deceased , who, with her aged husband resided at Big Creek, had been ill for a short time only and was widely known and highly esteemed by a wide circle of friends.  The funeral took place on Friday afternoon from the family residence to the Morven United church, the service being conducted by the pastor, Rev. R. M. Seymour, who was assisted by Rev. W. R. Merrick of Cannifton.  The church was filled with relatives and friends.  Interment took place at the Bethany cemetery.

 

Obituary - Mrs. Thos. Chambers

The death occurred at North Fredericksburgh, on Wednesday, May 29th, 1929, of Rachel Joyce, beloved wife of Thomas Chambers. The deceased had been in failing health for the past year and a half. She was a loving mother, and of a kind and cheerful disposition, and was beloved by a large circle of friends who will sincerely mourn her passing. Besides her aged husband, she leaves to mourn, three sons, Ed, of Deseronto; Will, of Picton, and John at home; and two daughters, Mrs. John E. Joyce, Deseronto, and Mrs. Will Fitchett, Napanee.

The funeral, which was largely attended, was held on Friday, May 31st, service being held at Morven Brick Church, conducted by her Pastor, Rev. R.M. Seymour, assisted by Rev. W.R. Merrick, of Cannifton. Interment was made at Bethany cemetery.

 

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June 12 1929

Napanee Beaver

Chambers,

W.J.

 

Chambers - At Deseronto, on Monday, October 16th, 1922, W.J. Chambers, of South Fredericksburgh, aged 87 years. Funeral Wednesday at 2 p.m. to White Church, Morven.

      

Oct 17 1922

Napanee Express

Chapman,

Lucinda

 

CHAPMAN, Lucinda, was born in Fredericksburgh to parents who belonged to the church established by Rev. Robert McDowall, but was converted at a Methodist meeting in 1839. She died August 10 1842, age 18y 6m, predeceased by her father when she was quite young; survived by her mother, a sister Isabella and several other brothers and sisters.

 

Oct 5 1842

Death Notices - Christian Guardian

Chapman,

William Morton

 

CHAPMAN - On Saturday, January 8, 1938, at South Fredericksburgh, William Morton Chapman, in his 63rd year.

    

Jan 12 1938

Napanee Beaver

Charters,

Cordelia Ann

 

Charters - At the home of her daughter, Lulu B. Charters, 123 Gardner Road, Brookline, Mass., on Monday, December 23rd, 1935, Mrs. William Charters, mother of Mrs. (Rev.) W.G. Clarke, Toronto, in her 87th year.

 

Burials -Charters - Cordelia Ann, beloved wife of the late William N. Charters, fond mother of Lulu B. Charters, Brookline, Man.; Mrs. W.G. Clark, Toronto; Mrs. Harvey Nutting, Oelwein, Iowa; John N. of Lloydminster; Bertram M. of Sheamstown, Alta.; and Dalton E. of Windsor, Ontario. Burial takes place Saturday, April 25th, from Napanee Station at 1:37 p.m. to Sandhurst Cemetery.

 

[Sillsville] A large crowd of friends and relatives gathered at the McDowall Memorial Cemetery, Sandhurst, on Saturday afternoon for the burial of the late Mrs. Wm. Charters, a former resident of Sillsville. Mrs. Charters spent all her married life here, and a few years ago moved to Napanee. She was a member of the Sillsville United church, a charter member of the W.M.S., and Ladies' Aid. After moving to Napanee, she attended Trinity Church. Her health failed and she went to Toronto to live with her daughter, Mrs. (Rev.) W.G. Clarke, later going to Streamstown, Alberta, to be with her sons, John and Bertram. Last October, accompanied by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. John Charters, she made the long journey from Streamstown, Alberta, to Brookline, Mass., via Toronto, to her daughter, Miss Lulu B. Charters' home. Here she enjoyed about two months, or a little more, fairly good health, passing away very suddenly late in December. Miss Lulu Charters accompanied her mother's remains to Napanee, thence to Sandhurst. Mrs. W. G. Clarke, of Toronto, and Mrs. Charters' son, Dalton Charters, and wife of Windsor, were also present at the burial. A former pastor, Rev. Harry Pawson conducted the burial service.

   

Jan 1 1836

Napanee Beaver

 

Apr 22 1936

Napanee Beaver

 

Apr 29 1936

Napanee Beaver

Charters,

William Sills

 

Wm. Sills Charters

William Sills Charters was born in 1841 in the house in which he died, the old family homestead in South Fredericksburgh, Lennox Co., immediately at the head of the historic Hay Bay.

He was of United Empire Loyalist stock, his parents being George Nelson Charters and Minerva Sills. In the Fenian Raid he served as a cavalryman receiving the veteran's medal. He was married in 1871 to Delia Storms, Moscow, who survives him; all the children also - John, of Lloydminster, Alta.; Bert, at home; Dalton (BSc. of Queen's), Hamilton; Mrs. (Rev.) W.G. Clarke, Bowmanville; Lulu, of Boston, Mass; and Cora, of West Union, Iowa.

Mr. Charters was a successful farmer and occupied prominent positions in the public life of his township and county, being returned to the reeve-ship of his township for many years.

For some time his health had been precarious, and on Sunday night, Jan. 16th, the final call came with great suddenness.

The funeral was held at the home on Thursday, Jan. 20th in the presence of a large concourse of relatives and friends. The remains were placed in the Napanee vault.

     

Jan 27 1916

Canadian Statesman

Chatterson,

John

 

CHATTERSON - At Kingston General Hospital, on Monday, January 8th, 1947, John Chatterson, in his 84th year.  Funeral at the Wartman Funeral Home, Thursday, January 9th, at 3:30 p.m.  Interment at Riverside Cemetery.

 

The Late John Chatterson - John Chatterson, a life-long resident of Napanee, died in Kingston General Hospital on Monday, January 6th.  He had been in failing health for some time and was removed to the hospital a short time ago.

Mr. Chatterson was born in Napanee about 84 years ago.  All through his long life he had been greatly interested in horses and, for many years, owned horses which he used in the carting business.  He was employed for a long time by the town of Napanee. He had been retired from active work for several  years.  He was predeceased by his wife and daughter, Keitha, and is survived by an only son, Garnet, of Napanee.  His funeral will be conducted at the Wartman Funeral Home Thursday afternoon, and interment will be at Riverside Cemetery.

 

Napanee

Beaver

Jan 8, 1947

Chinneck,

Fred

 

Death of Mr. Fred. Chinneck. – One of the few remaining business men of the early days of Napanee, 50 years ago, passed away early Sunday morning in the person of Fred Chinneck, at the age of 73 years, after a six months illness.  He was active in his business until last November.  This was his first and only illness due no doubt to his regular and conservative habits of living and fortunately he suffered no pain during his sickness.  Born in Devonport, Devonshire, England, he came to Ontario a boy of about 9 years, with his parents, and lived in the County of Wellington till grown up.  He came east to Napanee in 1873, and established the Jewellery business which still bears his name.  He was a lifelong Conservative and a member of the Church of England, and leaves to mourn his loss a son and daughter in the business here, and daughter, Mrs. Foley, in Medicine Hat, Alta.  Owing to the fact that the Rev. Mr. Coleman had to be away on Tuesday, the funeral was held on Monday afternoon.

 

No Date Given (Circa 1919)

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Chinneck,

Katherine

Susan

 

CHINNECK -  At Napanee, on Wednesday, February 21st, 1912, Katherine Susan Chinneck, aged 61 years, 8 months and 19 days.  The funeral will take place this (Friday) afternoon at St. Mary Magdalene Church, at 2 o’clock.

 

Mrs. Katherine Susan Chinneck, wife of our townsman, Mr. F. Chinneck, died at her home on Bridge street, on Wednesday, February 21st after a long and painful illness.  The deceased had been a great sufferer with a nervous trouble for the past few years, and her death although a great shock to her many friends, has been very evident for the past week.  Mrs. Chinneck was a member of St. Mary Magdalene Church, at which church the funeral service will take place this (Friday) afternoon at 2 o’clock.  Besides her husband, there is left to mourn, one son, Mr. A.F. Chinneck, and two daughters.

 

1912

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Chown,

George Young

CHOWN – In Kingston on March 2nd 1921 George Young Chown, in his sixtieth year.

1921

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Church,

Jane

   *  see Chamberlain, Jane (nee Church)

Church,

Malachi

Malachi, son of Oliver and Jemima Church, Fredericksburgh, buried 16 Feb 1789.

1789

Langhorn's Anglican Registers 1787 - 1814

Church,

Phoebe Ann

(nee Hubbs)

 

Obituary - Phoebe Ann Church

Relict of the late Wm. Church, of Fredericksburgh, eldest daughter of the late Adam Hubbs, died at the family residence, Main Street Picton, at an early hour Monday morning aged 75 years and 5 months. She had been ill for some time. Mrs. (Lt.-Col.) Thos. Bog is the only surviving sister, and Mrs. J.C. Wilson and Miss Kemp are nieces; Mrs. A.D. Cotter, granddaughter; and Mr. Reginald D. Solmes a grandson. In all the relations of life she was a most excellent woman and her death is a distinct loss to her relatives and acquaintances, of whom there is a very large circle here and elsewhere.

    

May 4 1906

Napanee Express

Clair,

Mary A.

 

SAD DEATH AT CHIPPEWA -  One of the saddest deaths ever recorded took place on Dec 14th, when Miss Mary A. Clair passed to her reward.  What the reward was we know not but we do know that Mary was a constant worker of the church and a devoted member of the Sacred Heart.  Deceased had been ailing for some time previous to her death but during her long and weary hours of illness she was never know to complain and was always willing to share her lot however unpleasant it was.  Mary was of an amiable and lively disposition which endeared her to all.  Through life she won many friends, but all the while her young life was nearing its destiny.  What a sadness it was for her dear ones to think that she must be removed from their earthly eyes forevermore, but all was in vain for Mary had to go.  Her funeral which was one of the largest seen in some time, consisted of nearly ninety vehicles, followed the remains to the Roman Catholic Church, Chippewa, where a solemn high mass of requiem was sung by Rev. Father O’Reilly, after which the remains were place in the vault to await interment in the spring.  Her pallbearers were Edward and James Tallon, John and Joseph Dowling and Thomas and Michael Moran.  The sorrowing family have the deepest sympathy of the whole community in their sad hour of bereavement.

 

Newspaper

Clipping

Clairmonte,

Capt. E.

 

OFFICER FOUND DEAD - Captain E. Clairmonte Dies in Australia -

Capt. E. Clairmonte, formerly of the royal Canadian Horse Artillery, was found dead in a Mildura trail, in Australia according to a despatch from Melbourne, on Tuesday.  The cause of death is officially stated as heart failure.  Capt. Clairmonte was a native of Nova Scotia, where he was born on Aug. 30th, 1876.  On Aug. 14th, 1903, he was gazetted as lieutenant in the Royal Canadian Artillery and was stationed at Kingston with “A: battery.  Some time afterwards he went to Australia under the system of exchanging military officers.  On July 12th, 1907. he was gazetted a captain. He returned to Canada three years ago and resigned from the Canadian service, and later went back to Australia. 

 

Apr  20 1911

The Weekly British Whig

Kingston

Clancy,

Cornelius E.

CLANCY – At Newburgh, on Monday, August 2nd 1909, Cornelius E. Clancy.

1909

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Clancy,

Elizabeth S.

   *  see Baird, Elizabeth S. (nee Clancy)

Clancy,

Mary

(nee McKim)

 

CLANCY - At Kingston General Hospital on Sunday, July 12th 1936, Mary McKim Clancy, widow of the late Henry Clancy, in her 72nd year.

 

Mrs. Henry Clancy Died Last Sunday Kingston Gen. Hosp.

Mrs. Henry Clancy, a well known resident of Napanee for many years, died on Sunday in the Kingston General Hospital, where she had been a patient for several weeks.  She was taken ill in April and when her condition became more serious, was removed to the hospital, early in May.

Mrs. Clancy was formerly Mary McKim.  She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James McKim and was born in Camden Township in the Wesley district.  After her marriage to the late Henry Clancy, she continued to live at Wesley for a few years and about 35 years ago removed to Napanee, where with her husband and family, she lived near Vine’s Corners on the Newburgh Rd.

Her husband died in 1931 and she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Ray Moore of Napanee, and one son, Mr. Harry Clancy of Toronto.  She leaves also, two brothers, Mr. B. McKim in British Columbia, and Thomas in Saskatchewan.  Another brother, James, predeceased her some years ago.

Her funeral was held at the home of her son-in-law, Mr. Ray Moore, Richard Street, on Tuesday afternoon.  It was conducted by her pastor Rev. R. T. Richards of Grace United Church, and interment followed at Riverview cemetery.

 

July 15 1936

Napanee Beaver

Clancy,

Matilda

 

Ninety-year-old Newburg Woman Dies on Sunday

NEWBURG, Nov 1 - (Special)

An old resident of Newburg passed away on Sunday in the person of Mrs. Matilda Clancy, widow of the late Cornelius Clancy, in her 90th year.  Deceased, born in Newburg, had lived here practically all her life and was very widely known and highly respected throughout the district.  She was a member of the United Church at Newburg and for many years took a very prominent part in the activities of the various church organizations.  In spite of her age she had a very clear memory and took great pleasure in reciting the history of Newburg and district. Following her marriage she and her husband lived on a farm 3 miles north of Newburg.  Three years ago they moved to Newburg, where her husband died. Five daughters and three sons survive, also several grandchildren and great grandchildren.

 

LATE MRS. MATILDA CLANCY -

NEWBURG, Nov. 8 - Mrs. Matilda Clancy, 90 year-old resident of this place, who died on Sunday and whose death was announce in Monday’s Whig Standard, was one of a family of eleven whom only one, a sister, Miss Eliza Paul of Newburg survives.

Those who have passed on are two sisters, Mrs. Shields and Miss Hannah M. Paul, who was a noted missionary worker, and seven brothers, Harvey, Stewart, George, William, Joseph, Robert and Henry.

A son, Dr. Irvine Clancy passed away a few years ago.  She leaves to mourn her loss, three sons, Dr. Gordon Clancy of Seaman, Sask., Frank Clancy of Los Angeles, Cal., and Albert Clancy of Newburg;  also five daughters, Mrs. Shier of Newburg and four married, who reside in the west, namely Agnes of Vancouver, B.C., Grace of Woodfibre, B.C., Gertrude of Alberta and Violet of Saskatoon. 

 

Scrapbook

Clipping

Clancy,

Theressa

   * see Brown, Theressa

Clancy,

Thomas Arthur

 

CLANCY – At Hay Bay, on Feb. 17, Thomas Arthur, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. L.B. Clancy, aged two months and five days.

     

Feb 28 1917

Daily British Whig

Clapp,

Ada Laura

   *  see Allison, Ada Laura (nee Clapp)

Clapp,

Edith

   *  see Box, Edith (nee Clapp)

Clapp,

Elias

 

CLAPP – At the residence of Wilmot Hawley, Adolphustown, on Thursday, Feb 10th, 1910, Elias Clapp, in his 93d year.  Funeral will take place from the above address on Saturday at 11 a.m.

 

Obituary - Elias Clapp

The death of Elias Clapp occurred Thursday, February 10th, 1910 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Wilmot Hawley. He was one of the oldest residents of Adolphustown and lived to the ripe age of 91 years and 6 months. He was confined to his bed just one week, and retained his faculties up the very last. Deceased was a son of John Clapp of Adolphustown, and was born in the year 1818, not far from the place he died. His father was one of the U.E. Loyalists. He lived nearly all his life in Adolphustown and had the distinction of living under five sovereigns. He walked to Kingston for the rebellion of 1837. In 1840 he married Deborah, daughter of Col. Dorland, of Adolphustown. His wife's death proceeded his by 16 years. He had four children; Irvine, Mrs. Wilmot Hawley, Mrs. M.B. Mallory and Mrs. Philip Box, two of whom survive him. In religion he was a Methodist and in politics a Liberal. In early life he took a prominent part in politics, and was a J.P. until the last few years of his life.

    

1910

From the Watson Scrapbooks

 

Feb 11 1910

Napanee Beaver

 

Tibbutt

Scrapbooks

Mar 5 1910

Daily British Whig

Clapp,

Elizabeth

 

Died - At Adolphustown, on the 8th inst. after a long illness, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Reuben B. Clapp, having left a family of seven children to lament her loss.

     

July 21 1840

Upper Canada Herald

Clapp,

Henry L.

 

One of the Oldest Residents Dead.

Henry L. Clapp, one of the oldest settlers died Sunday March 13th, 1921.  Mr. Clapp was born in Adolphustown, Canada, Nov. 2nd 1840.  He was the son of Dorland L. Clapp and Eleanor Huffman Clapp.  He moved with his parents to Watertown, N.Y., in 1840, and to Omaha, Nebraska, in 1856.  At this time he was not satisfied with the prospects for Nebraska and so he traveled on to investigate conditions in several of the western states, but returned to Nebraska and in 1867 took a homestead five miles northwest of the present town of Elmwood.  Mr. Clapp’s father was one of the original homesteaders of this community and lived to a ripe old age, passing away in 1909 at the age of 96.  His mother died in 1894.  He was the oldest of four children, a sister, Minerva Clapp Robinson, died in 1906.  A brother, Charles D., died in 1919 and Smith J., now living in Logan, Kas.  Mr. Clapp’s father and brother, Chas. D., helped to build some of the first houses in Lincoln, and in many of the smaller towns in the western part of the state.  On Oct. 9th, 1872, Mr. Clapp married to Jennie Conn, of Greenwood, Nebraska, who survives him.  He also leaves a daughter, Mrs. Blanche C. Harger, of Chicago, and one son, Henry L, of Elmwood, and two grandchildren, Marion and James Harger.  Mr. Clapp’s estate still retains the original homestead, although in 1884 he moved to another farm two miles south of the old home, and in 1894, he moved into Elmwood, where he has since made his home.  Mr. Clapp was stricken with his last illness in December, 1919 and was confined to his home and most of the time to his bed since then.  Through all his long and trying illness he was patient and cheerful and sought to make the lot of his nurse and wife as pleasant as possible.  In business life he was known throughout eastern Nebraska and was the epitome of honor and was greatly respected.  At his request the funeral was  held at the family home on Tuesday, March 15th, by his pastor, Rev. F. E. Sala, and was laid to rest in the Elmwood cemetery.

 

Apr 19 1921

Napanee

Express

Clapp,

Hester A.

   *  see Mallory, Hester A. (nee Clapp)

Clapp,

Irvine

 

Irwin Clapp, a prominent farmer of Adolphustown was drowned last night, by his sleigh and team breaking through the ice while crossing the Bay of Quinte.

 

CLAPP - At Adolphustown, Jan. 23d, 1894, Irvine Clapp, aged 50 years, 1 month and 20 days.

 

Irvine Clapp Drowned

While driving from Deseronto to his home in South Fredericksburgh, on Monday night, Mr. Irvine Clapp drove into a crack while turning Casey's Point, and was drowned. In the morning the cutter robe was found on the ice, and a few hours later his body was found. Deceased leaves a wife and seven children. He was the only son of Elias Clapp, Esq., and brother-in-law of Mr. A.D. Sills. The horse and cart have not been recovered yet.

 

DESERONTO, Ont., Jan. 23 - Last night about eight o'clock Irvine Clapp, of Adolphustown, was drowned near Grassy Point. Mr. Clapp left this town about seven o'clock with a horse and cart, and proceeded home on the ice, and not being informed where the c racks were, drove into one, where a place about twenty feet square was open. His cries were heard by some farmers who reside near where the accident occurred. They were soon on the spot, but only recovered the robe. Mr. Clapp had on a fur coat, and was so weighed down that he could not help himself. The body was recovered this morning. Mr. Clapp was about 50 years of age, was a prosperous farmer of Adolphustown, and leaves a wife and seven children to mourn his untimely fate. Deceased was a member of the A.O.U.W.

   

Jan 25 1894

Daily colonist

Victoria, B.C.

 

Tibbutt

Scrapbooks

Clapp,

Kate

(nee Allen)

 

The community was saddened on Thursday to learn of the death of Mrs. M.W. Clapp, at her home in Picton, after a lingering illness. Mrs. Clapp, who was Miss Kate Allen, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.P. Allen, was well known here, as she always resided in Adolphustown, until a few years ago when, with her husband, she moved to Picton. The funeral services, which were conducted by Rev. Mr. Mellow were held at her late residence on Saturday, followed by interment in the cemetery at the Methodist church, Adolphustown, and were attended by a large number of relatives and friends. The sympathy of all goes out to the five children who have lost a loving mother.

   

June 18 1925

Daily British Whig

Clapp,

Lily M.

 

At Napanee, on the 17th March, Lily M., daughter of Mr. Jonas Clapp, aged 23 years, 9 months. Also, on the 19th March, Reuben B., son of Mr. Jonas Clapp, aged 1 year 9.

    

Mar 27 1878

Daily News

Clapp,

Manetta Jane

(nee Hawley)

 

Mrs. M. Clapp Passes – Has 153 Descendants

There passed away in Prince Edward Memorial Hospital on Monday, July 4, 1960, Manetta Jane Hawley, wife of the late Reuben N. Clapp, of Milford. Although in failing health for the past three years, she had been seriously ill only two weeks.

Mrs. Clapp is survived by thirteen living children – nine daughters and four sons – also by 62 grandchildren and 78 great grandchildren, as well as by many nieces, nephew and cousins. Two daughters and a son predeceased her.

Mrs. Clapp was born in 1878 in Adolphustown. At the age of 17 she married and came to Prince Edward County where she spent the rest of her life. She will be remembered as a loving mother, devoted to her home and family and as a good neighbor and friend.

Surviving are her sons, Morley, in Rochester, Clifford in Foxboro, Gerald in Picton, Arthur in Milford; her daughters, Mrs.  Walter Smith (Nellie) Montreal; Mrs. Clarence Hall (Nina), Belleville; Mrs. Charles Turner (Ida), Shannonville; Mrs. Albert Rutter (Thelma), R.2 Milford; Mrs. William Wood (Beatrice), Belleville; Mrs. Ronald Langmuir (Leona), R.3 Picton; Mrs. Harold Cole (Effie), Milford; Mrs. Cecil Goodman (Rowena), Milford; Mrs. William Jenkins (Lucy), Picton. She was the last surviving member of her family.

Predeceasing her were son Ralph and daughters Dora (Mrs. Archie Brown), of Milford, and Joy (Mrs. Gilbert Branscombe) of Waupoos.

Mrs. Clapp rested at the Gordon R. Whattam Funeral Home with service on Wednesday, July 6 in Milford United Church. A very large number of relatives and friends joined in a   last tribute. Rev. E.V. Cook delivered a comforting message. Floral tributes were many and beautiful. Relatives were present from Rochester, Montreal, Ottawa, Brantford, Sydenham, Kingston, Boston, Mass., Napanee, Belleville and various other places.

Interment was in Cherry Valley Cemetery, pall bearers being six grandsons, Wayne Clapp, Ronald Langmuir, Jr., Carman Brown, Clarence Brown, Norman Hall, William Wood, Jr.

   

July 1960

Stray Clipping

Clapp,

Mary M.

(nee Murdoch)

 

Died - In Napanee, on the 10th inst., Mary M. Murdoch, wife of Jonas C. Clapp, aged 26 years.

     

Sept 18 1868

Weekly British Whig

Clapp,

Philip

 

For the Hallowell Free Press.  An Awful Providence.

Mr. Editor,

Sir, - Viewing in your Editorial remarks in the last number of the Free Press, a short notice of a distressing scene which occurred in this town on Sunday last, relative to the death of Mr. Philip Clapp, and believing a more particular description of this awful exhibition of Omnipotent power would be satisfactory to some of your readers and might convey through the medium of the press, intelligence of the awful catastrophe to some distant friends, I send you for insertion a detail of the circumstances as far as I have been able to collect them.

The deceased it appears after returning from preaching on Sunday afternoon, went into the field to drive up his cows;  on his return a sudden thunder shower arose, and before he could reach his dwelling to elude the rain that now descended in torrents, it would appear took shelter under the wide spreading boughs of an elm.  He had not remained long under this fabled asylum before a flash of lightning came in contact with the top of the tree, and descending the same with the quickness of thought, hurried the victim of its vengence into the presence of the "Judge of quick and dead."  And here let me observe, that it would be injustice to language to attempt to give a literal  description of the scene to a non-beholder;  suffice it to say, that not one thread of any part of his clothing remained on the body when first discovered, except the collar of his shirt and his neck handkerchief.  From appearance the electric fluid passed down the body, tearing and scattering to the distance of several rods the entire clothing he had on, passing out at the bottom of the foot without injuring the body to outward appearance, except the second toe, which was cut off.  A coroner's Inquest was held on Monday before S. Washburn, Esq. - Verdict of the Jury "that the deceased came to his death by a stroke of lightning."  On Tuesday his remains were carried "to that borne from whence no traveller returns" amid a throng of weeping friends and relations. 

A very solemn feeling and appropriate address was delivered by the Rev. R. Heyland, founded on Numbers 23d Chap. 10th verse, "Let me die the death of the righteous and let my last end be like his."

Your's Respectfully &c .  J. ROSE

Marysburgh, Sept 13, 1832.

 

Sept 25 1832

Hallowell Free Press

Clapp,

Reuben B.

 

At Napanee, on the 17th March, Lily M., daughter of Mr. Jonas Clapp, aged 23 years, 9 months. Also, on the 19th March, Reuben B., son of Mr. Jonas Clapp, aged 1 year 9.

    

Mar 27 1878

Daily News

Clapp,

Sheubar

 

The Late Sheubar Clapp

A member of an old Bay of Quinte family passed away on Dec. 27th, 1903, at the Church Home, John street, Toronto, Sheubar Clapp, aged eighty years. The deceased was the third son of Benjamin Clapp and Elizabeth Roblin, of Fredericksburgh, where he was born May 5th, 1815. He married Mary, daughter of David and Mary Marshall, of Sidney. For over twenty-nine years they lived on lot 24 of the 7th concession of Sidney. Mr. Clapp erected a sawmill on the Moira near his homestead, and for many years carried on lumbering operations in Kaladar. There were eight children in the family, Mary Elizabeth (Mrs. Travers of Fairfield); Benjamin, of Essex county; Willet, Marshall and David E., who died when young; Phoebe Ann (Mrs. Amos Wright) of Toronto; Matilda A. and Eliza Maria, who died when young; Charlotte E. (Mrs. George Ruvan) of Herkimer, N.Y. For five years previous to his removal to Toronto, Mr. Clapp lived at Plainfield. For some few years past he has been cared for at the Church Home, where he had the companionship of several other veterans and where his last years were made very comfortable.

 [note: year of birth and age as printed]

   

Jan 16 1904

Daily British Whig

Clapp,

Smith

 

Died - On Tuesday, 4th May, in the 3d con. of the Township of Fredericksburgh, Smith, seventh and youngest son of Mr. John Clapp, Senr., aged 17 years and 6 days.

      

May 26 1847

Upper Canada Herald

Clapper,

Bethia N.

(nee Campbell)

 

MRS. GEORGE CLAPPER - Bethia N. Campbell was born in the Township of South Fredericksburgh, in the year 1859, and died at Morven on July 25th 1906. In the year 1878, she was united in marriage to Mr. George Clapper, of Morven. During her life she endeared herself of a large circle of friends. Those who knew her best were her best friends. She was a Christian woman. Her pure life, her faithful use of the means of grace both public and private, her simple trust, her humble and teachable spirit, and her cheerfulness and willingness to help in every good word and work developed in her a beautiful character. She was a member of the Methodist church, and an officer in the W.M.S. auxillary of Morven. She will be greatly missed by the community, and also by her mother and six sisters, but she will be chiefly missed by her husband. Earth has met with a loss and Heaven has no doubt received her to its home. We extend to the sorrowing friends our heartfelt sympathy and prayers. Her body was laid to rest in the Morven cemetery to await the resurrection of the just.

 

Obituary - Bethia N. Campbell, a worthy Christian lady, wife of Mr. Geo Clapper, Morven, died on Wednesday, 25th July, aged forty-seven years and three months, after an illness of but two weeks, of peritonitis. Deceased was a daughter of the late Andrew D. Campbell, of Bath. She leaves her husband and five sisters, Mesdames Orton and Bruce Robertson, Sillsville; Mrs. Cyrus Huffman, Miss Campbell and Mrs. Roswell Bristol of Bath. Her mother also survives her. Mrs. Clapper was a loving wife, a kind neighbor and an ardent worker in the Methodist church. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock, service at the house and thence to the vault at Morven.

     

1906

From the Hough Scrapbooks

 

Tibbutt

Scrapbooks

Claringbold,

Bruce

 

On Saturday, at Downey's wharf, Conway, Bruce Claringbold, aged 12 years, son of Henry Claringbold, farmer, was drowned. He was in company with Overton Benjamin, a youth about his own age, son of Silas Benjamin, of the same place. They were fishing off the dock, and Bruce, in reaching down to put a fish on his string which hung suspended in the water, lost his balance and fell in, striking his head against a piece of timber which projected from the dock, which so stunned him that he at once sank to the bottom. Overton waited a moment or two for his companion to raise to the surface, thinking he could save him, and as he did not at once gave the alarm. Mr. Downey and his men, who were working near by ran and succeeded quickly in recovering the body, but life was extinct. All the efforts put forth to resuscitate were of no avail. Bruce was a bright youth of much promise, and deep sympathy is expressed for his parents, who are overwhelmed with grief at the sudden loss of their son.

     

July 4 1888

Daily British Whig

Claringbold,

Harold

 

CLARINGBOLD - At Buffalo, on the 9th inst, Harold, grandson of Mr. H.P. Claringbold, Conway, in his eighth year.

  

No Date Given

From Mrs. Walter Paul's scrapbook

Claringbold,

Horace

 

CLARINGBOLD - Entered into rest at Sandhurst, on Sunday, October 8th, 1944, Horace Claringbold.

 

Oct 11 1944

Napanee Beaver

Claringbold,

H.P.

 

THE LATE H.P. CLARINGBOLD

Who Lived Near Conway For About Sixty Years

On Monday, November 27th, after several months of patient suffering, H.P. Claringbold passed away at the home of his son-in-law, E.R. Sills, Sandhurst. The deceased was born near Walmer Castle, Kent, England in 1837. At the age of twenty, he married Susannah Amess of Dover, Kent. The married couple came to Canada in 1857 and settled by the Bay of Quinte near Conway and lived within a radius of six miles for sixty years.

Deceased leaves a wife and eight children, Mrs. Ira White, Moose Jaw, Sask.; Mrs. Joseph Mills and Mrs. W.E. Conway, Peterboro; Mrs. A.P. Young, Bath; Mrs. E.R. Sills, Sandhurst; Horace and Amess of Buffalo, and Jack of East Aurora, N.Y.

The funeral service was conducted on Thursday by Rev. A.S. Dickenson at St.  Paul’s Church and was attended by many friends and relatives, among whom were seven children and seven grandchildren. The high esteem in which deceased was held was shown by the many beautiful flowers received from numerous friends and relatives. The remains were place d in St. Paul’s vault to await interment.

  

Dec 12 1916

Daily British Whig

Claringbold,

Susanna H.

 

CLARINGBOLD - At Peterboro' on Monday, June 14th, 1920, Mrs. H.P. Claringbold.

 

OBITUARY

Susanna H. Claringbold, after a lengthy illness, passed away last Sunday at midnight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Conway, 396 Downie St., Peterboro', with whom she has resided since the death of her husband, the late H.P. Claringbold, nearly four years ago. The body was interred at South Fredericksburgh from St. Paul's church on Tuesday last, the Rev. H. Pringle officiating. The late Mr. and Mrs. Claringbold came from Kent, England, over 63 years ago and settled in South Fredericksburgh, on the shores of the Bay of Quinte. The surviving members of the family are: Horace B. and H. Amess, of Buffalo; Mrs. Jos. Mills, Mrs. W.E. Conway, Peterboro'; Mrs. E.R. Sills, Mrs. A.P. Young, Bath; Mrs. Ira White, of Expanse, Sask. Deceased was a life long member of the Anglican church and one of the first members of the Woman's Auxiliary to the M.S.C.C. For seventeen years she was the President of her local Branch, for which she was made a life member, taking an active interest in W.A. work up to the time of her last illness.

     

June 18 1920

Napanee Beaver

Clark,

Amanda M.

(nee Huyck)

 

In Memoriam – The Late Mrs. Amanda M. Clark, of Picton

Mrs. Amanda M. Clark, wife of the late James D. Clark, passed peacefully away at the home of John Clark, Napanee, on Sept. 8th, at the ripe old age of eighty years, after a short illness, during which her children were all at her bedside until the end came. She was born in North Fredericksburgh in March, 1842, her maiden name being Miss Amanda M. Huyck, eldest daughter of Burger and Jane Huyck. At the age of twenty years, she took as her life partner, James D. Clark, who predeceased her two years ago. After marriage they lived in North Fredericksburgh until buying a farm in Sophiasburgh which life they followed until health failing they bought a home near Picton, where they lived until his death, after which she lived among her children until the time of her death. She was a lifelong member of the Methodist church, always an affectionate wife and a kind and loving mother. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. U.S. Handley, Woodville, Mrs. Andrew Dempsey, Napanee, and one son, A. Arthur Clark, Picton, and one sister, Mrs. Alex. VanHorn, Elmbrook.

 

Obituary - Mrs. Amanda M. Clark

Mrs. Amanda M. Clark, wife of the late Jas. D. Clark, passed peacefully away at the home of Mr. John Clark, Napanee, on Sept. 8th, at the ripe old age of 80 years, 7 months and 7 days, after a short illness during which her children were all at her bedside until the end came. She was born in North Fredericksburgh in March, 1842, her maiden name being Miss Amanda M. Huyck, eldest daughter of Burger and Jane Huyck. When at the age of twenty years she took as her life partner, Jas. D. Clark, who predeceased her two years ago.

After marriage they lived in North Fredericksburgh until buying a farm in Sophiasburgh, which life they followed until health failing, they bought a small home near Picton, where they lived until his death, after which she lived among her children until the time of her death.

She was a life long member of the Methodist Church, always an affectionate wife and a kind and loving mother. She leaves to mourn her loss two daughters, Mrs. O.S. Handley, Woodville; Mrs. Andrew Dempsey, Napanee; and one son, Mr. A. Arthur Clark, Picton; and one sister, Mrs. Alex. VanHorn, Elmbrooke.

 

     

Sept 27 1923

Daily British Whig

 

Sept 28 1923

Napanee Beaver

Clark,

Annie

(nee Goodfellow)

 

MRS. JOSEPH CLARK - The death occurred on Wednesday, November 21st, at the Campbell Nursing Home, after a short illness of Mrs. Joseph Clark, an old and highly respected resident of the Bethany district. 

Mrs. Clark, who had recently passed her 89th birthday, was born in England.  She was formerly Annie Goodfellow, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goodfellow, who came to Canada when Mrs. Clark was about twelve years of age, and settled at Peterborough. 

Mrs. Clark lived at Peterborough until her marriage many years ago to Mr. Clark, and since then had made her home at Bethany.  For many years she was a member of the Methodist Church and later of the United Church, in which she was active until her age and health prevented.

She was predeceased eleven years ago by her husband and leaves two daughters, Mrs. E. S. Bartley, and Mrs. James Keech;  and one son, Frank Clark all of Bethany.

Her funeral was conducted on Friday at Bethany United Church, by her pastor, Rev. William Parker, assisted by Rev. A. C. McCallum, of Bayside, a former minister of the Bay Charge.  Interment was made at Bethany Cemetery.

 

Nov 28 1945

Napanee Beaver

Clark,

Annie Flossie

   *  see Parks, Annie Flossie (nee Clark)

Clark,

Annie H.

   * see Heazlitt, Annie H.

Clark,

Arthur R.

 

The Late Arthur R. Clark

The death occurred on Friday December 4th, at his home on Alma Avenue, of Arthur R. Clark. He had been in poor health for the past year, suffering from heart trouble, but his condition became serious only about two weeks before his death. The deceased was a man of very genial and kindly disposition and had many friends in the town and the county.

About nine years ago he came to live in Napanee after retirement from the farm. He was born nearly 64 years ago in South Fredericksburgh and was the son of the late William T. and Jane Clark. He had farmed in different sections of the nearby district practically all his life. Since coming to town he had been at times connected with the R.B. Wales grocery business.

Mr. Clark was twice married. His first wife was formerly May Allen of Adolphustown, who died several years ago. He later married Miss Edith Vine of Napanee, who survives him. He is also survived by two brothers, W. Frank Clark in town and George H. in Morven. He was predeceased by one brother, J. Ed. Clark and a sister, Helen, some years ago.

His funeral was held from his late residence on Sunday afternoon and was conducted by Rev. A.J. Wilson, of St. Andrew's Church in the absence of Rev. R.T. Richards, Mr. Clark's pastor. The interment followed at Riverside Cemetery.

    

Dec 9 1936

Napanee Beaver

Clarke,

Don

 

FORMER NAPANEE RESIDENT DIED – DON CLARKE PASSED AWAY IN KINGSTON

Napanee, May 14 – Word was received in town yesterday morning conveying the sad news of the death of Mr. Don Clarke of Kingston, formerly of Napanee. 

Last Tuesday he was taken suddenly ill while at his work and he was rushed to the Kingston General Hospital.  He was at the hospital for a few days only and it was decided to take him home, his residence being on Princess street. His condition from the first did not improve to any extent and grave fears were entertained for his recovery. 

“Don,” as he was familiarly known to every one, was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Clarke, and was only 38 years of age.  Prior to going to Kingston he was in the garage business in Napanee and followed the same pursuit in Kingston. He was extremely popular with every one and the sympathy of the community is extended to his bereaved widow, his parents, and two sisters, Mrs. Frank Clarke, south Napanee and Mrs. Gordon Parks, Hawley.

 

Stray Clipping

Clark,

Edward

 

Extract of a Letter, dated Ernest Town, Wednesday morning, 2 o’clock, Feb. 17th, 1819

Mr. Edward Clark, an aged and very infirm man, in the third Concession, perished on Sunday night.  He rose from the bed, and went to light his pipe at the fire, when he fell into it, and was burned to death.  Mr. Fletcher is to preach his funeral sermon to-morrow.

 

Feb 19 1819

Kingston

Chronicle

Clark,

Emily Augusta

(Gussie)

   *  see Harrison, Emily Augusta (Gussie) (nee Clark)

Clark,

Elizabeth

(nee Asselstine)

 

In South Fredericksburgh on the 18th March, Elizabeth Asselstine, wife of Mr. J. Clark, aged 33 years.

    

Mar 27 1878

Daily News

Clark,

Esther V.

   *  see Harrison, Esther V. (nee Clark)

Clark,

Fred G.

 

PASSED THE BEYOND

Death of a Prominent Business Man, of Cleveland - Born in Kingston.

A well-known and highly-respected business man of Cleveland, Fred G. Clarke, a dealer in oils and heavy chemicals, died at his home, No. 175 Bolton avenue, on Thursday afternoon, July 13th, at 5 o’clock.

Mr. Clark was in good health up to three weeks ago, when he was taken ill.  He was unable to leave his home up to his death.  Stomach trouble was the cause of his death, and this was shown by a post-mortem examination.

Kingston was the place of Mr. Clark’s birth, 47 years ago.  When a boy he served a seven-years’ apprenticeship with a druggist, and after leaving the business established several drug stores in different parts of Canada.  Later he went to New York and travelled for a drug firm.  He moved to Cleveland and established a trade in oils and heavy chemicals, being very successful. 

Mr. Clark leaves a wife and three children.  Ethel, one of the daughters, was graduated this summer from Miss Mittleburger’s school.  She is travelling in Europe with a party of young people, chaperoned by Miss Mittleburger.  She was unable to return to this country to attend the funeral.  The two sons are Fred G. and Sherman Staley. They are seven and eight years old.

Frank C. Clark, of Chicago, the twin brother of Mr. Clark, and another brother, Mr. Joseph E. Clark, of Gildersleeve’s office, attended the funeral, which took place last Saturday.

Deceased had four sisters living.  They are Miss Harriet Clark, of Kingston;  Miss Myra Clark, Napanee,:  Miss Jessie Clark, and Mrs. Belle Van Allen of Denver, Col.

The late Mr. Clark and Mr. Clark of this city, intended taking a trip to Europe this Summer.

July 24 1899

Kingston News

Clark,

George

 

On Tuesday last, George Clark, of Hawley, died of typhoid fever. Deceased had been ailing all summer but about two weeks ago he was taken down with the fever. he leaves a wife and two children.

    

Aug 30 1887

Daily British Whig

Clarke,

Helen Marie

(nee Miller)

 

The Late Mrs. Frank Clarke

The citizens of the Bethany district in North Fredericksburgh and many other friends, were shocked last week at the sudden untimely death of Mrs. Frank Clarke, who passed away at the Kingston General Hospital on Wednesday, March 15th, following an operation.  Mrs. Clarke had been taking treatment in the hospital for a short time before an operation was performed, which it had been hoped would have restored her to health, but failed to rally after the shock of the operation.

She was a resident, all of her life, of the Bethany district, where she was born about 44 years ago, and was Helen Marie Miller, the daughter of the late William Miller and Mrs. Miller.  She attended the local school and Napanee Collegiate and some years ago married Frank Clarke of Bethany. She was an active worker in Bethany United Church being a member of the W. M. S. W. A., and Sunday School and choir.

Besides her husband, she is survived by four children, Harry, Carl, Jean and Elizabeth, and her mother, Mrs. W. R. Miller;  two brothers, James, in North Fredericksburgh, Harry in Oshawa, and one sister, Mrs. Whonhart, in Syracuse, N.Y.

Her funeral was conducted last Friday afternoon by Rev. A. C. McCallum of the Bay circuit.  A short service was held at the house, and later there was a public service in Bethany United church, where Mr. McCallum preached a sermon from the text:  “Now we see through the glass darkly.”  Interment followed the service at Bethany Cemetery.

 

Mrs. Frank Clarke

Napanee, March 17, A very sad death occurred in the Kingston General Hospital on Wednesday when Mrs. Frank Clarke of Bethany, North Fredericksburgh, passed away. The deceased, who had been afflicted with goiter for some time underwent an operation in the hospital from which she did not rally.

Mrs. Clarke was a life long resident of North Fredericksburgh and was a daughter of Mrs. W.R. Miller and the late Mr. Miller. Before her marriage she was Miss Helen Marie Miller. A devout member of the United church she took a keen interest in the several departments of the church work at Bethany, including the Women’s Missionary Society, the Ladies Aid Society, the Sunday School and the choir. Gifted with a very fine personality, she was held in high esteem by her many friends and she will be greatly missed in her home and in church and social circles. Besides her husband she leaves two sons, Harry and Carl Clarke and two daughters, Jean and Elizabeth Clarke, also her mother, Mrs. W.R. Miller, two brothers, James in North Fredericksburgh and Harry in Oshawa, and a sister, Mrs. Wanhart of Syracuse N.Y.

The funeral service was held on Friday afternoon from her late residence to the Bethany United church.

    

Mar 22 1939

Napanee Beaver

 

1939

Magee

Scrapbooks

Clark,

Hugh

Hugh, son of Alexander and Elizabeth Clark of Fredericksburgh was interred 13 Dec 1787.

1787

Langhorn's Anglican Registers

1787 - 1814

Clark,

Jane Elizabeth

 

Obituaries - Jane Elizabeth Clark

The death of Miss Jane Elizabeth Clark occurred at her home, Bridge Street, in her 89th year. She was a daughter of the late James Clark of South Fredericksburgh, being the last surviving member of a family of nine. She was predeceased by her sister, Mrs. M.E. Purdy, three years ago. The major part of her life was spent at the old home at Conway and took up residence in Napanee, some twenty years ago.

Deceased was an active member of Trinity United Church and a life member of the Women's Missionary Society Hers was a cheerful disposition and in recent years held a firm confidence in Christ Jesus as her Saviour and redeemer.

She is survived by three nephews, Frank, Arthur and George Clark, of Napanee, and one niece, Mrs. E.B. Harrison, of Adolphustown, and a grand nephew and niece, Ralph and Winifred Harrison.

                   

Mar 28 1934

Napanee Beaver

Clark,

Jane Frances

(nee Williams)

 

CLARK - At South Fredericksburgh, on Thursday, Jan 6th, 1910, Jane Frances Clark, wife of W. T. Clark, aged 76 years and 2 months. Funeral from her late residence on Saturday at 1 o'clock.

 

The subject of this obituary, whose maiden name was Jane F. Williams, was born in the City of Savannah, Georgia, seventy-six years ago last November. When a child of eight years of age she came with her parents to New York, when in a very short time her father, John Williams, fell ill with yellow fever, and died. Then she came with her mother to Lansdowne, Ont. At the age of thirteen, the Rev. Michael Fawcett brought her to Adolphustown for her health. He was a great friend of the family and always called her "little Jane." Later her mother came and married Darius Gilbert, their home being occupied now by a cousin, T.F. Gibbs, Adolphustown. At that home fifty years ago last June she married William T. Clark, son of the late James Clark, the ceremony being performed by Rev. J.H. Starr. Last June being the fiftieth anniversary, the children had a small celebration. She was the mother of seven children, the eldest, James E., in Winnipeg Man.; Frank W., Melita, Man., Arthur R. and George H. on the homestead and farm adjoining, and Helen M. at home. A little girl, Hattie May, died some years ago.

During the pastorate of the Rev. Wm. Bryers, on the Bath circuit, 57 years ago, both she and her husband yielded their lives in consecration to Christ and joined the Methodist church, worshipping first in the old Hay Bay church, afterwards in the U.E.L. church at Dorland, where she remained a member until death. Her husband is a steward in the same church yet.

In the home she was a devoted wife and fond mother. As long as health permitted she attended the public services of the church, but when failing health came she bore the affliction patiently, and awaited the coming of the Lord. On January 6th, she was not for her Lord had taken her. The funeral service was held at her home on January 8th, by her pastor, Rev. J.W. Bunner. When the summons came she heard it gladly, and spoke of the dear ones gone before, as she had so few of her relatives besides her own family, only three nephews, Dr. E.W. Wright, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Dr. G.F. Wright, Madoc, Ont., and Dr. M. Wright, of New York, their mother being her only sister, who died twenty-two years ago.

    

1910

From the J.J. Watson Scrapbook

Clark,

Jemima

Jemima, wife of James Clark (A judge of Mecklenburgh Court), Fredericksburgh, buried 21 Dec 1788.

1788

Langhorn's Anglican Registers

1787 - 1814

Clark,

Dr. J. Herbert

 

Obituary - J. Herbert Clark, M.D., D.D.S. - The many friends of Dr. Clark will be sorry to hear of his death, which sad event occurred at the homestead, Adolphustown, on Friday, March 25th. Deceased had a paralytic stroke eighteen months ago, when he was obliged to retire from business, though comparatively comfortable in health until two months ago, when his loved ones saw they must prepare for the worst. Dr. Clark graduated in medicine in '75, and three years subsequently in dentistry. Choosing the latter profession he opened an office in Kingston, where he has since continued a successful business career, winning hosts of friends by his kind and gentlemanly bearing. He failed very gradually until two weeks before his death, when he had a second stroke, after which the change was more marked. Throughout his illness he was almost absolutely free from pain though latterly suffering somewhat from shortness of breath, owing to enlargement of the heart, yet he never complained or murmured. He was conscious to the last and gave the comforting assurance that the Saviour he had lately learned to love was precious to the end.

  

Apr 1 1898

Napanee

Beaver

Clark,

John

 

DIED - At Napanee, on the morning of the 11th instant, John Clark, Esq.

 

May 22 1838

Kingston

Chronicle

Clark,

John A.

 

Obituary - John A. Clark one of the well known farmers and citizens of South Fredericksburgh, died at his residence on Sunday last, of pneumonia, after less than a week's illness. He was in Napanee on Saturday of the previous week, in good health and with no indications whatever that his end was so near. Mr. Clark was born in South Fredericksburgh in 1839, and was therefore nearly sixty years of age at the time of his death. He lived all his lifetime in that township and was among its most successful farmers. He was twice married, first to Miss Elizabeth Asselstine, youngest daughter of the late Nicholas Asselstine, of Fredericksburgh, by whom he had one daughter, Mrs. Blake Harrison, of Adolphustown, and next to Miss Erta Asselstine, daughter of William Asselstine, of Camden, who survives him. He was a man of very genial disposition and had many warm friends. Three members of the family have died within a short time. Dr. James H. Clark, a well known Kingston dentist, who died of consumption at the old homestead on the 25th of March, last year; Mrs. Alex. Hazlett, of Fredericksburgh, who died suddenly during the winter, and now their brother John.  Their father, the late James Clark, was for years one of the most respected residents of the township. The surviving members of the family are William, who resides near Sillsville; Dr. Robert, formerly of Napanee; Thomas, who is in the States; Mary, who married Dr. Morden, of Picton, and Jane and Maggie, who reside on the old homestead. The funeral took place on Tuesday, 34th inst. at the Methodist Memorial church of Adolphustown, of which he was a life long attendant. He was buried in the church yard there beside the other members of the family who had gone before.

 

Died - At Conway, Sunday, 2d July, John A. Clark, aged 50 years and 9 months.

 

Death of John Clark

One of the best known residents of South Fredericksburgh died on Saturday in the person of Mr. John Clark. Deceased was about 60 years of age and was ill but a week with pneumonia. He was a brother of the late Dr. Clark, of Kingston, who died last year. A sister, Mrs. Hazlett, also died in Kingston hospital during the past winter. The funeral took place on Tuesday at one o'clock and was conducted under masonic auspices.

    

July 7 1899

Napanee Beaver

Napanee Star

Napanee Express

Clark,

John Collins

 

DIED - In the township of Ernestown, on Saturday, 2nd January, John Collins Clark, Esq., J.P., in the 77th year of his age

 

Jan 5 1864

Kingston

Daily News

Clark

Dr. J.H.

 

Death of J.H. Clark, M.D., D.D.S., C.D.S.

The many friends of Dr. Clark will be sorry to hear of his death, which sad event occurred at the homestead, Adolphustown, on Friday, March 25th. Deceased had a paralytic stroke eighteen months ago, when he was obliged to retire from business though comparatively comfortable in health, until two months ago when his loved ones saw they must prepare for the worst. Dr. Clark graduated in medicine in 1875 and three years later in dentistry. Choosing the latter profession he opened an office in Kingston, where he continued a successful business, winning hosts of friends by his kind and gentlemanly bearing. He failed very gradually and two weeks before his death he had a second stroke, after which the change was more marked. Throughout his illness he was almost absolutely free from pain, though latterly suffering somewhat from shortness of breath (owing to enlargement of the heart), yet he never complained or murmured. He was conscious to the last and gave the comforting assurance that the Saviour he had lately learned to love was precious to the end.

 

Mar 29 1898

Daily British Whig

Clark,

John J.

 

CLARK - At Napanee, on Saturday, Sept. 26th, 1925, John J. Clarke, aged 80 years, 9 months and 18 days.

[see also, Clarke, J. J.]

 

Napanee, Sept 29 – One of Napanee’s most highly respected citizens, in the person of John J. Clarke, passed away on Saturday, Sept. 26th in his eighty-first year. About two weeks ago, he was stricken with paralysis.

Mr. Clark was born in this county in October 1844 and spent his earlier years at the family homestead at Enterprise. For many years he owned and operated a farm at Hay Bay, where he lived until about ten years ago when he retired from farming. He purchased the residence at the corner of Bridge and Adelphi street, where he died.

He is survived by his widow, who previous to their marriage was Miss Phoebe Huyck. One daughter also survives him; Mrs. Samuel Baird of Napanee. There is also one sister of the deceased living, Mrs. John Berry of Deseronto.

The funeral took place on Monday afternoon at his late residence, where services were conducted by Rev. A.J. Terrill, B.A. of Grace Church. Interment at Riverside cemetery.

There was a large attendance at the funeral including many relatives and friends from a distance.

In religion, Mr. Clark was a Methodist and in politics a staunch Liberal.

      

OBITUARY - Mr. J. J. Clarke

The death occurred on Saturday, September 26th, 1925, at his late residence, of one of Napanee’s well known and highly respected citizens, in the person of Mr. J. J. Clarke, at the age of 80 years, 9 months and 18 days.  The deceased suffered a severe stroke about two weeks ago, and owing to his advanced age little hope was held out for his recovery.  The late Mr. Clarke, who was well known to a host of Napaneeans, spent the major part of his life in the Township of North Fredericksburgh, he having been a prosperous farmer near Hay Bay.  Some few years ago he retired from the activities of the farm, and with his devoted wife, daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baird, moved to Napanee, where they have since resided.  During their residence here they made many warm friends, and the sympathy of the community is extended to the bereaved widow and daughter.

The funeral was held at his late residence, Bridge Street, Monday afternoon, and was one of the largest held in Napanee in some time.  Not only was there a large concourse of citizens from town in attendance, but many were present from all parts of the Township of North Fredericksburgh, where the deceased had spent the major part of his life, and where he was highly honoured and respected.  The casket was banked with floral designs of all kinds, showing the esteem in which he was held.

The service was conducted by Rev. A. J. Terrill, of Grace Church, of which the deceased was a member, and who in an appropriate address referred to the many fine personal qualities which the deceased possessed and also to the high respect in which he was held by the whole community.  At the conclusion of the service the remains were borne to Riverside cemetery and laid to rest, to await the glad resurrection day.  The pall-bearers were all close friends, being Messrs.  Fred Gordinier, D. H. Preston, John Hambly, Luke Trumpour, F. L. Hooper and George Grieve.

     

1925

Scrapbook

Clipping

 

Sept 29 1925

Daily British Whig

Clarke,

Joseph Albert

 

Deaths - Clark - At North Fredericksburgh, on Sunday, June 24th, 1934, Joseph Albert Clark in his 74th year.

 

The Late Mr. Joseph Clarke -

Mr. Joseph Clarke, who died on Sunday, June 24th, at his home at Bethany, was a son of the late Ephraim and Sarah Clark. He was born at Huff's Dock in Adolphustown a short distance from his late home.

Fifty-four years ago this September he married Anne Goodfellow, of Peterborough, and four years ago they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. He was in his 74th year and until the last few months has been a very active, ambitious, hard working man. He spent some years in Deseronto, though most of his life was spent on the farm at Bethany.

The late Mr. Clark was a very well-known resident of North Fredericksburgh and had always taken an active interest in community affairs. He was a member of Bay View L.O.L.  and the Bethany United Church. He was a successful farmer and business man and anything he attempted to do, he put his best into it. He was a good neighbour, a kind husband and an affectionate father, and an active Christian gentleman. The funeral service was held on Tuesday afternoon in Bethany United Church and was conducted by his minister, Rev. J.E. Beckel. The choir sang two of his favorite hymns, "The Old Rugged Cross," and "Face to Face." The large congregation present showed the esteem in which he was held by the entire community.

Interment was made in Bethany Cemetery. The Bay View L.O.L., under the direction of Bro. Charles Sills, W.M. had charge of the service at the grave. Many visiting brethren assisted in the beautiful Orange burial service. There is left to mourn his loss, his widow, two daughters, Mrs. J. Keech and Mrs. E. Bartley, Bethany, and one son, Frank, on the homestead. One daughter, the late Mrs. William Joyce, died a number of years ago.

 

June 27 1934

Napanee Beaver

Clark,

Lena Pearl

*  see Davey, Lena Pearl

Clarke,

Lionel H.

 

Death of Lieut.-Gov. Clark – After several months illness, His Honor Lieutenant-Governor Lionel H. Clarke, died at Government House, Toronto, on Monday afternoon August 29th.  He was taken ill early in the summer and had been forced to give up all official duties.  The last few months had been spent at his summer home at Muskoka.  Two operations were undertaken recently in the hope of restoring his health but in vain, for he never rallied after the last operation.  Lionel H. Clarke was 62 years old.  He was born at Guelph.  As a young man he engaged in the grain business at Palmerston, later moving to Toronto where he succeeded in accumulating a large fortune.  He was the Conservative candidate for North Wellington in 1891 and in 1896, but was both times unsuccessful.  He was very public spirited and had given splendid service as chairman of the Toronto Harbour Board from 1912 until his death.  He was also a member of the Niagara Falls Park Commission and Toronto and York Highways Commission.  Mr. Clarke was appointed Lieut.-Gov in 1919 and his death leaves a vacancy which will need to be filled immediately, as all Provincial Government documents have to be signed by the Lieut.-Gov. A state funeral was held on Wednesday with the Governor-General the Premier, and many other officials present.

   

Watson

Scrapbooks

Clarke,

Lizzie May

 

CLARKE - At Napanee on Monday Oct. 11th, 1909, Lizzie May Clarke, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eleazer Kelly, aged 25 years, 4 months, 10 days.

    

1909

Stray Clipping

Clarke,

Lois Ann

(nee Charters)

 

LOIS ANN CLARKE – Napanee, Jan. 17 – Word has been received here of the death at Toronto, of Mrs. Lois Ann Charters Clarke, wife of Rev. Wilmot G. Clarke, retired United Church minister, who for many years held pastorates in this district.

A daughter, Mrs. Wright, wife of Dr. G. F. Wright of Kingston, is an only child.  Mrs. Clarke was born near Napanee of United Empire Loyalist stock.  She was educated in the Napanee schools and Albert College, Belleville.

Forty-six years ago she was married and accompanied her husband in many pastorates in the former Methodist Church in the Bay of Quinte, Montreal, and Toronto conferences.  She has been a resident of Toronto since 1927 when her husband assumed a pastorate there.

Funeral services are to be in Toronto on Sunday, with interment at Smithfield.

1942

Harkness

Scrapbooks

Clark,

Margaret

Margaret Clark, Fredericksburgh, buried 2 Sept 1795.  

1795

Langhorn's Anglican Registers

1787 - 1814

Clark,

Mary

Mary, dau of Alex and Elizabeth Clark, Fredericksburgh, buried 18 Oct 1794.

1794

Langhorn's Anglican Registers

1787 - 1814

Clark,

Mary Ann

   * see Huffman, Mary Ann

Clark,

Matthew

 

At his late residence, in the Township of Ernesttown, on Wednesday evening, Jan. 29th, Lieutenant-Colonel Matthew Clark, aged 76 years.

    

Jan 31 1873

Daily British Whig

Clark,

Minerva Jane

   * see Warner, Minerva Jane

Clark,

Miss

   * see Joyce, Mrs. William

Clarke,

Norman

 

CLARKE, Norman - In hospital, Arnprior, Sunday, May 29, 1966, Norman Clarke, RR 1 Arnprior, husband of the late Florence Moorehouse by first marriage and Ida Needham by second marriage, in his 85th year.   Resting at the Boyce Funeral Home Ltd.  Service in chapel Wednesday at 2 p.m.  Interment Pakenham United Cemetery.

 

1966

Duffett

Scrapbooks

Clark,

Paul

 

Clark – At his home on King street, on Sunday, March 28, 1909, Captain Paul Clark aged seventy-six years. Funeral under the direction of the Masonic Order and burial at Cherry Valley cemetery on Tuesday.

 

A navigator with forty years experience with sail and steamboat on lake, river and bay, and widely known in inland waters of Eastern Ontario, passed away at an early hour on Sunday morning at his home on King street, when death claimed Captain Paul Clark.  Captain Clark has been in declining health for a few years past, but more particularly during the last year, when he failed greatly in health.  Heart trouble was the immediate cause of death.  It could be safely said that Captain Clark’s face would be known in every port, in this part of the province.  He had been a mariner for more than forty years, first sailing on schooners, and a little later being master of his own craft. He first owned the schooner Ocean Wave; then the schooner J. W. Langmuir, and afterwards the Kate, of Oakville.  Selling this latter vessel he retired for awhile to his farm at Cherry Valley.   But he soon gave up farming, acquired the steamer C.H. Merritt and helped make her the popular excursion boat she was. About nine years ago, however, he gave up sailing and retired. Captain Clark was born in Marysburgh seventy-six years ago.  Today would have been the anniversary of his birth.  He was one of a family of twelve children.  In his early manhood he went to California, and engaged in mining operations.  After a few years he returned East and continued his career, which he had begun before going west as a mariner.  Later, a second time, he journeyed west, to California and Oregon. The deceased was a member of the Church of England, a Conservative in politics and a Royal Arch Mason.  He was twice married, his first wife being Miss Elizabeth Welbanks of Marysburgh, and his second wife, Mrs. Corkindale, who survives him.  The surviving family beside the widow, are three sons, Frank, in Brighton;  Palen, in Stouten, Sask., and David, of Picton.  There also five sisters, Mrs. James Walmsley, Picton;  Mrs. William Walmsley, Picton;  Mrs. L. Nethery, Hillier, Mrs. P. Hawley, South Bay;  Mrs. C. Church, Picton; and two brothers, Mr. Palen Clark, Portland, Oregon and A. Clark, South Bay.  The funeral of the deceased will be held this afternoon;  service at the King street residence at two o’clock, under the direction of the Masonic order. Thence the remains will be taken to Cherry Valley cemetery for burial.

 

1909

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Clark,

Peregrene Maitland

 

Obituary - Peregrene M. Clark, Esq.

In the death of Peregrene Maitland Clark, Esq., which occurred at Mill Haven on the 10th inst., the township of Ernesttown has lost an old and well known resident. He was born in that township eighty two years ago, and spent all his days, we believe, in his native place.

He was of U.E. Loyalist stock. His grandfather Robert Clark, was in the active ranks of the Loyalist Army during the war of the American rebellion. He was one of the earliest of the Loyalist refugees in this Province and built the first grist mills erected in the province, for the Government. These were at Kingston Mills - built in 1784-5 - and Napanee - built in 1786-7. He was also one of the earliest magistrates in the Midland District. His old account book in connection with the building of the mill here, and the old records of the Magistrates sittings, of which he was a member, were held until a couple of years ago by the late P.M. Clark and are now in the possession of the Government at Toronto. The father of the deceased, the late Col. John Collins Clark, was also a prominent resident of Ernesttown, - one of its earliest school teachers, a magistrate and an officer in the Militia. If we remember right he first nominated Sir Richard Cartwright as a candidate to represent this County. The late Peregrene Maitland Clark was also an officer in the Militia and had in his possession at the time of his death, - handed down to him by his father - a sword taken from an American officer by a British officer at the memorable battle of Lundy's Lane. He also had a number of relics and documents of a good deal of historic interest. Mr. Lewis Clark, turnkey of the gaol here is a brother of the deceased. His wife and several children survive him.

         

Jan 16 1910

Napanee Star

Clarke,

Phoebe Ann

(nee Hambly)

 

Mrs. Phoebe Ann Clarke -

Daughter of John and Mary Hambly, was born in North Fredericksburgh in 1862. She was one of eleven children, all the rest of the family survive her. She was married to the late Jas. Wilson Clarke in 1886 and with him lived in Deseronto until his untimely death in 1891. She was left with two small children. After her husband's death she returned to North Fredericksburgh to care for her father. Her spirit was brave and courageously she faced the task of bringing up her children, who now mourn the loss of a devoted and loving mother. Mrs. Lena Davey and Jas. Warren Clarke, member of the Council of North Fredericksburgh. After the children were married she moved back to Deseronto, where she was living at the time of her death, a victim of pneumonia, on November 18, 1919. She was a good woman and for many years, a consistent member of the Methodist Church. Her funeral was held in the Bethany Church, going from the home of her brother, Mr. Ezra Hambly. A former pastor, Rev. Enos Farnsworth, and Rev. T.H.P. Anderson conducted the funeral services. The good die, but the benediction of her life remains.

     

Mar 12 1920

Napanee Beaver

Clark,

Samuel D.

 

The late Samuel D. Clark J.P.

He Was a Native of the Township in Which He Died

Mr. Clark, Odessa, who died today (Friday), was a native of Ernesttown and has resided in the township all his life. He was born on his father's farm, near Odessa, seventy years ago, and lived on the homestead until a dozen years ago, when he moved to Odessa, where he resided since. He was a man of liberal education, extensive reading and of much more than ordinary intelligence - an excellent type of the intelligent yeomanry of his native county. He was of good U.E. Loyalist stock. His great grandfather Robert Clark, was one of the first of the U.E.L. refugees who arrived at Kingston, after having done loyal service in the British ranks during the American revolution. During that time  he got necessarily separated from his wife and family and it was several years before they again met. He was the government carpenter who built the first government grist mills in this province - the first at Kingston Mills in 1784 and at Napanee Mills in 1785.  He then settled on the bay shore in Ernesttown, where some of his descendants yet reside. His grandfather, Matthew Clark, was also a prominent Justice of the peace and colonel of the militia among the early settlers.

The deceased was several years superintendent of schools in Ernesttown, and a well known Methodist local preacher. He was also an active temperance worker and a justice of the peace. No doubt he well improved his abilities and opportunities in the cause of God and humanity. He had been suffering sickness from the commencement of this year, and for months past it was evident that his case was beyond human aid; but he viewed his end with a calm and christian resignation, having well served his generation, his church and his God.

He married Miss Mary Day, many years ago, who survives him, with their son, Dr. C. Day Clark, now assistant supreme physician I.O. Foresters at Toronto and Mrs. T. M. Caton, Ernesttown.

 

CLARK - At Odessa, on Oct. 20th, 1899, S.D. Clark, aged 70 years, 2 months and 9 days.

    

Oct 20 1899

Daily British Whig

 

Oct 21 1899

Daily British Whig

Clark,

W. Frank

 

W. Frank Clark

Rev. Dr. R.T. Richards of Grace church conducted the funeral of the late W. Frank Clark which was held at VanLuven & Wartman’s undertaking parlors on Monday afternoon, after which the cortege proceeded to the U.E.L. cemetery at Adolphustown where the interment was made.

There were several beautiful floral tributes and the pall bearers were Geo. Fralick, Ernest Gordanier, Clarence McCormick, Percy Lake, Arthur Fraser and Russell Galbraith.

The deceased who passed away in Kingston having went to the hospital on November 16th last, was one of a family of five, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Clark. He was born in Adolphustown nearly seventy-six years ago and for over thirty years resided in Manitoba, returning to Ontario eight years ago. Since that time he had, with the exception of the several months in the hospital in Kingston, resided in Napanee. Two brothers, Arthur and Ed Clark and a sister, Miss Helen Clark, predeceased him. He was unmarried and leaves one brother, George Clark, of Morven.

   

1939

Magee

Scrapbooks

Clark,

William McCoy

 

Wm. M. Clark, Odessa Centenarian Died Thur., Feb 21

Celebrated 100th Birthday Just Over Month Ago

A little over a month after he had celebrated his 100th birthday, William McCoy Clark, possibly the oldest resident of the County of Lennox and Addington, died on Thursday, February 21st, at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. D. Snider, near Odessa. On his birthday, January 12th, Mr. Clark was enjoying good health, and received a great many of his friends at the celebration which marked his 100th birthday. He was confined to his bed, just a week prior to his death.

Mr. Clark was a son of the late Richard Lewis Clark and Mary Jane Caton. He spent his entire life in Ernesttown Township in and near Odessa. For many years he farmed southeast of Odessa and in 1930 he retired and went to Odessa, where he lived with his daughter, Miss Willanna Clark. Three years ago he went to live with his daughter, Mrs. Snider.

Always interested in Agriculture, Mr. Clark had been a lifelong supporter of Ernesttown Agricultural Society, of which he had been a president and, in recent years, an honorary member.

His wife, the former Annie Calder, died in 1928. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Jas. D. Snider, Miss Willanna Clark and Mrs. John E. Hagerman, all of the Odessa district, and by two sons, Jas. L. Clark of Odessa and Dr. Alex Clark, Kingston. He was predeceased by two sons, Richard and Malcolm.

His funeral was conducted at the Jones Funeral Home, Odessa, Saturday afternoon, February 23rd, and interment was at Wilton cemetery.

    

Feb 27 1952

Napanee Beaver

Clayton,

Alice Hester

(nee Bowen)

 

CLAYTON - At North Fredericksburgh, on Thursday, November 5, 1942, Alice Hester Bowen, beloved wife of William Clayton, in her 82nd year.

    

Nov 11 1942

Napanee Beaver

Clement,

Bertha Ellen

   *  see Creighton, Bertha Ellen (nee Clement)

Cliff,

Charlotte

(nee Asselstine)

 

Death of Mrs. G.A. Cliff Sr.

Charlotte Asselstine, wife of our respected townsman, Geo. A. Cliff, sr., passed away on Tuesday afternoon after a lingering illness of a year's duration, having reached the allotted span of three score years and ten. Deceased was Mr. Cliff's second wife. They were married in 1872. During her residence of twenty-four years in town she made many friends who recognized her sterling worth. Deceased was born at Hawley, South Fredericksburgh, and beside her aged husband is survived by her only brother, George Asselstine, who resides on the old homestead. Her only sister, Mrs. A.S. Vedder, died three years ago at Chilliwack, B.C. Mrs. Cliff was descended from United Empire Loyalist stock. She was converted at the age of seventeen years, and had since been a faithful and consistent member of the Methodist church. Her end was peace. She leaves an adopted daughter, who was all that a daughter could be to her during her lingering illness.

     

Sept 12 1896

Daily British Whig

Cliff,

Mrs. W.W.

(nee Fraser)

 

Death of Mrs. W.W. Cliff

The beloved wife of Mr. W.W. Cliff, of Carleton Place, editor of the Central Canadian, died quite suddenly on Monday last. Deceased had been declining in health for the past year, but was taken down with blood poisoning about two weeks ago, which rapidly terminated her useful career, in the prime of womanhood. The remains were brought to Bath, where a service was held in the Methodist church by Rev. M. Tucker. Mrs. cliff was the sixth daughter of Allen Fraser, Esq., who was a son of Col. Fraser, the original Registrar of Lennox and Addington. She was related on her mother's side to General Sir Isaac Brock, who was killed at Queenston Heights in the war of 1812. She was married in August, of 1876, and has ever since lived in Carleton Place. Besides her sorrowing husband and her parents, she leaves two sons and a daughter to mourn her loss. Bro. cliff and the bereaved friends have the sympathy of THE BEAVER and their many friends in these parts.

   

Jan 25 1895

Napanee Beaver

Cline,

John

DEATHS – CLINE – In Richmond, on Feb. 23rd , John Cline, aged 74 years.

Mar 3 1893

Napanee

Express

Close,

Ann

   *  see Curle, Ann (nee Close)

Close,

Cyril Morland

 

CLOSE - At Napanee, on Thursday, November 21st, 1918, Cyril Morland Close, aged 17 years, 8 months, and 1 day.   Funeral will take place from the residence of his parents, Moscow, on Friday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock.

 

1918

Newspaper

Clipping

Close,

Eliza Jane

 

At Close's Mills, North Fredericksburgh, on Jan 16th, Eliza Jane, beloved wife of Jas. A. Close, aged 32 years.

   

Jan 25 1879

Daily British Whig

Close,

James A.

 

James A. Close, a well-known and highly respected resident of North Fredericksburgh, died Sunday, aged sixty-six years. About three months ago, he suffered a stroke of paralysis from which he never rallied. Deceased was a miller by profession and was widely known throughout the county. A family of three children, besides his wife survive. They are Miss Ida and Fannie at home, and Albert A. mechanical engineer in London, England. Deceased was a member of the Presbyterian Church and a liberal in politics. The funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock; services at the house. The remains were interred at Morven.

   

Mar 17 1905

Napanee Express

Close,

Katherine J.

 

CLOSE - At North Fredericksburgh, on Monday June 23rd, 1941, Miss Katherine J. Close, in her 88th year.

      

1941

From Mrs. Walter Paul's scrapbook

Close,

Mrs. Hugh

 

OBITUARY - MRS. HUGH CLOSE - an aged and respected resident of North Fredericksburgh, Closes Mills, passed to the better land, on Monday last, after a faithful sojourn here of nearly ninety-one years. Deceased was born in London, England, and came to Canada when quite young. Her husband predeceased her three years. Deceased was in good health until a week before her death, and preserved her mental faculties to the last. Mrs. Close was a Godly woman, a life-long member of Napanee Presbyterian Church, a kind neighbor and faithful wife and mother. She leaves eight children, four daughters and four sons, viz. Mrs. John Curle, Mrs. Henry Curle, North Fredericksburgh; Mrs. A. C. Edgett, Waterloo NY, and Miss Kate at home. The sons are Messrs. James A. and Samuel G. Close, N. Fredericksburgh, Thomas, of Carman, Man., and Robert of Huron County. The funeral took place from her late residence yesterday afternoon, and the remains were placed in the Eastern cemetery, Revds J. R. Conn and A. MacDonald conducted the service. (**Written in - Jan 11 1904**).

 

1904

From the Hough Scrapbooks.

Close,

Sam J.

 

Obituary - The Late S.J. Close

In the passing of Mr. Sam. Close another of the few links between the present life of the district and the pioneer days is severed. Mr. Close was the son of Mr. Hugh Close, who came to America in 1830 and settled in Baltimore, where he owned a large and prosperous blacksmith shop in the days when horses were more plentiful than they are now.

From Baltimore he visited friends on the Bay Front, near what is now Conway, and was persuaded to remain. When he married he moved to North Fredericksburgh, taking up land, which has ever since remained in the family. The late Sam. Close was the only surviving son, and had lived all his life on the homestead, having helped to clear the original bush and trees, and living long enough to see it one of the best farms in the district.

The four brothers have all predeceased him, and there are left to mourn his loss his four sisters, Miss Catharine Close, who lived on the farm with him; Mrs. John Curle, Mrs. Louise Curle, of Fredericksburgh, and Mrs. Julia Edgett, of Waterloo, N.Y.  A niece, Miss Fannie Close, also lived at the homestead with him.

The funeral was held on Monday from this late home, the Rev. A.J. Wilson, of St. Andrew's Church, officiating. The elders of the church acted as pall-bearers, Mr. Close having been a member of the session for many years.

The very large attendance at the funeral of people from all over the surrounding country-side, testified to the high esteem in which Mr. Close was held by all who knew him.

North Fredericksburgh loses a valued citizen; those who survive, a devoted brother and friend, and St. Andrew's Church, a loyal and consistent elder.

       

Dec 7 1923

Napanee Beaver

Close

Thomas

 

Obituary - Thomas Close

In Shannonville, on the 1st of June, Mr. Tom Close, who for the last three months had not enjoyed the best of health, passed suddenly away. Mr. Close was a son of the late Mr. Hugh Close, of Fredericksburgh, and as a young man he worked the farm on the land known as the Close's mill property. But about twenty years ago, when the rush to the west was at its height, he moved to Carman, Man., where he took up farming. From a youth he had suffered with one of his knees, the ligaments of which had been strained as a boy, and as he grew older he found the work on the farm increasingly difficult, until he was forced to retire. He entered business in Carman, but still retained his farm, which he had worked for him. About six years ago Mr. close returned to the east to settle for the remainder of his life in Napanee, but feeling a life of idleness a burden he accepted an opportunity to enter business again in Shannonville, and it was here that he remained until taken by death.

In his passing, Mr. Close leaves a host of friends and acquaintances in and around Napanee, and in the west, who will for long remember his fine manly qualities and his happy genial nature. Able always to meet even a difficult and embarrassing situation with a smile and in a philosophic manner, his attitude to life infected others to their own good.

There survive him his wife, formerly miss Wilson, of Shannonville; Mrs. J. Curle and Mrs. Louise Curle, of Fredericksburgh; Mrs. Julia Edgett, of Waterloo, N.Y.; Miss Catharine and Mr. Sam. Close, who live on the homestead at Fredericksburgh.

Mr. Close was a member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church, Napanee. His connection with that church reaches back to the time when as a boy he drove the ox team that prepared the foundations and helped to draw the stones from the quarries.

The funeral service was held in his late home, at which Rev. Wood, of Melrose, presided, assisted by Rev. Topping, of Shannonville, and Rev. A. J. Wilson, of Napanee. Interment was made in the family plot at Riverside cemetery.

     

June 8 1923

Napanee Beaver

Close,

Mrs. W. D.

 

CLOSE - On Wednesday, 27th December, Mrs. W. D. Close of Ernesttown, in her forty-fourth year.

 

Dec 30 1882

Napanee Beaver

Clowes,

Mary

 

DIED - At Green Bay (Adolphustown) on Monday last, Mary, eldest daughter of the late Samuel Clowes, Esq., aged 36.

 

Sept 27 1828

Kingston

Chronicle

Clute,

Catharine Britanne

  *  see Parks, Catharine Britanne (nee Clute)

Clute,

David A.

 

DAVID A. CLUTE - One of the oldest and most respected residents of South Fredericksburgh, passed suddenly away at his home at Sillsville, early on the sixth of March. Deceased had been in poor health for some time past, but retired the night before as well as usual, after conducting evening worship with his family. He was born in 1823, on the old Clute homestead, on the Bay of Quinte shore, near No. 17 and was a son of Col. Clute, and grandson of Col. Thompson, also a nephew of Sir John Johnston, of Kingston. He lived all his life in the township, and is the last of the old Clute family except one brother in Western Ontario. He was a staunch Conservative, taking an active part always as he was councillor for eleven years and treasurer for a few years for the township. About 38 years ago he was married to Eva Eliza daughter of Hiram Smith, of the same place, who survives him. They were blessed with eight children, five girls and three boys, all of whom are living except one girl, Mabel, who died when quite young. The children are Mrs. Jonas Garrison of Parma; Mrs. T.A. Choate, of Woodville; John A. of Thorpe; Hiram, of Assiniboia N.Y.; Stewart L. of Sunbury and two daughters, Ethel and Eva at home. He was a Presbyterian in faith, and for some time previous had said that all was well with him, and seemed exceptionally bright, and his mind was as firm as it was for years though he was the ripe age of 82 years and 9 months. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. W. Boyce, B.A, B.D. of Conway, on Thursday 8th March, at Sillsville church, and were largely attended. The remains were taken to Napanee and placed in the Eastern vault to await interment, when the burial will take place in the old family plot in the McDowall Presbyterian cemetery at Sandhurst. The bereaved widow and family have the sympathy of the entire community in their affliction.

 

1906

From the Hough Scrapbooks.

 

Mar 17 1906

Daily British Whig

Clute,

Elizabeth Jane

   *  see Garrison, Elizabeth Jane (nee Clute)

Clute,

Emma Lucille

   *  see Loucks, Emma Lucille (nee Clute)

Clute,

Frances G.

(nee Funnell)

 

CLUTE – At Morven, on Sunday March 12th, 1916, Frances G. Funnell, beloved wife of J.A. Clute, aged 39 years and 10 months.

 

OBITUARY – It is with profound sorrow that we record the sudden and unexpected death of Mrs. John Clute, of the Township of Ernesttown, and the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Funnell, formerly of Morven Ont.  The whole community was shocked when it was reported that Mrs. Clute had passed away on Sunday morning, March 12th, 1916, at the age of 38 years, leaving to mourn her loss a loving husband, two small children, a widowed mother, two brothers and a sister, to whom we convey our deepest sympathy in this their hour of sore bereavement.  The funeral was conducted on Tuesday, March 14th, the memorial service being held in the White Church, and was conducted by Rev. W.T. Wickett, a friend of the deceased, assisted by Revds. R. Allin and W.S.P. Boyce, B.D., a large audience being present to pay their last tribute of respect to one of the most highly respected members of the community.  Mrs. Clute was a consistent Christian and for years a member of the Methodist Church, the interests of which she cheerfully served, as she was able and in her own home she was a devoted wife, and a kind and loving mother, and while we mourn we do not as those who have no hope, for knowing the deceased as we did, we believe our loss is Mrs. Clute’s infinite gain.  “She has gone to be with Christ, which is far better”.  The remains were placed in the vault at Morven, and in the spring will be interred in the family plot, to await the resurrection of the Just.

[ * A birth announcement follows; for a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Clute of Morven, on March 12th 1916.*]

 

1916

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Clute,

John M.

 

CLUTE – In Napanee, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Richard Loucks, on Oct. 26th, John M. Clute, aged eighty-eight years.

   

Nov 3 1903

Daily British Whig

Clute,

John Stillwell

 

Death at New Westminster – Mr. Clute, Father of the Inspector of Customs, Dies This Morning

New Westminster, Nov. 28. – John Stillwell Clute, father of J.S. Clute, inspector of customs form British Columbia, died at his son’s residence at 11 o’clock today. Mr. Clute was born in Charlestown, Montgomery county, New York, on December 29, 1801. The family were United Empire Loyalists, his father, who also reached the age of 95, having served under Lord Howe. After the war of 1812, the family removed to Canada and settled at Fredericksburgh, Bay of Quinte. Mr. Clute served in Fralick’s dragoons during the rebellion of 1837-38. He entered the service of the customs department in 1851 as collector at Picton, Ont., which position he held until 1878. He came to New Westminster in 1884.

   

Nov 28 1896

Victoria (B.C.)

Daily Times

Clute,

Margaret &

Madeline

(Magdalene)

 

MARGARET AND MAGDALENE CLUTE - (**written in February 1901**) Two very old and highly respected sisters, natives of South Fredericksburgh, where much of their active days was spent, died within four days of each other, on the 14th and 18th inst., aged respectively 82 and 92 years. They were among the last surviving connecting links of the pioneers of his county and the present generation. They were daughters of Major John G. Clute, one of the UE loyalists who came to this county with the original loyalist pioneers. Their mother was a stepdaughter of Ensign Timothy Thompson, MPP, who represented this county in the old Upper Canada Legislature for twelve years. They were grand-daughters of Sir John Johnson whose name was so prominent among the early founders of this province. Their father, John G. Clute, settled on a farm on the front of "Third Town", nearly opposite the Upper Gap, where his daughters were born and reared. They both were well acquainted with and were personal friends of the Rev. Robert McDowall, the pioneer Presbyterian missionary of this county, and were members of the congregation and church he founded at Sandhurst. Both have now their last resting place in the burying ground of that historic old McDowall memorial church, beside their relatives of three generations and near beside the McDowall family. Both of them saw the building of that church, and assisted, in some capacity, in the work, and both retained to the last excellent memories of the foundation of the church and of its early members. Miss Margaret never married and spent nearly all her active days in her native county. She died on Thursday, 14th inst., at the residence of her brother, Mr. David Clute, near Sillsville, and the funeral took place at the old Memorial Church on Saturday, 16th. She died of old age. Magdalene Clute married Nicholas Murdoch, also a native of the township and of UEL descent, in 1833, and nearly thirty years of their married life, was spent in South Fredericksburgh.

There, their ten children were all born, we believe, of whom seven still survive. Mr. Murdoch, died at Newburgh nearly thirty years ago and lies buried near the McDowall family plot at Sandhurst. Mrs. Murdoch's burial took place there on Wednesday, 20th, beside her kin. She had a most wonderful and retentive memory up to the last and could give more interesting and correct personal reminiscences of her personal recollections of events that happened in this county eighty or more years ago than any person we have ever met. She remembered seeing the American war fleet pass through the Upper Gap on its way to Kingston and down the St. Lawrence during the American war of 1812-15. It passed directly in front of her father's home. She remembered too, seeing, when a child, the burning of the first St. Paul's church at Sandhurst, said by Rev. John Langhorn to have been the first Church of England "built from the ground for that purpose," in Upper Canada, save the Indian church at Brantford. Her personal recollections of most of the prominent early pioneers were of great interest. She was a great reader and a woman of much intelligence and experience. She assisted the other members in church when it was built and her husband built and presented the pulpit, which is still used and is a good specimen of joiner's skill. She died at the residence of her daughter, Mr. H.W. Casey, Kingston, with whom she made it her home for years, and from whom she received every care and attention.

 

Clute - At South Fredericksburgh on March 14th, Miss Mary Margaret Clute, aged eighty-two years.

 

Murdoch - In Kingston on March 18th, 1901, Magdalene Johnston Clute, relict of late Nicholas Murdoch, formerly of Newburgh, aged ninety years and eight months. Funeral private from residence of her daughter, Mrs. H.W. Casey, 309 Brock street.

 

   * see also Murdoch, Magdalene Johnston (nee Clute)

 

1901

From the Hough Scrapbooks

 

Mar 18 1901

Daily British Whig

Clute,

Mary M.

 

Died - Clute - In North Fredericksburgh, on Thursday, March 14, 1901, Miss Mary Margaret Clute, aged 82 years and 10 months.

 

Miss Mary M. Clute - Miss Mary Margaret Clute, a member of one of the old and well-known North Fredericksburgh families, died on Thursday last at the residence of her brother in that township. she was in her eighty-third year.

     

Mar 20 1901

Napanee Star

Clute,

Roger Conger

 

CLUTE – On Wednesday, the 31st day of August, 1921, at his residence, 19 Walmer road, Toronto, the Honorable Roger Conger Clute, a Justice of the Supreme Court of Ontario, in his 74th year.  Funeral (private) on Friday afternoon, September 2nd at 2 o’clock, to Aurora Cemetery.

 

JUSTICE CLUTE IS DEAD AFTER A LONG ILLNESS – He Was Born Near Picton and Became a Lawyer in 1873 – Toronto, Sept. 1. – Hon. Roger Conger Clute, 19 Walmer road, a Judge of the supreme court of Ontario, at Osgoode Hall, died yesterday afternoon, after a long illness.  Of United Empire loyalist stock, Mr. Justice Clute was born near Picton on Aug. 18th 1848, and was educated at Sterling grammar school and Albert College, Belleville. In June, 1873, he married Rosa, daughter of the late Henry Corby, of Belleville.  He was called to the bar in the same year, and became a K.C. in 1890.  Deceased practised his profession at Belleville, and often was crown prosecutor. He went to Toronto in 1903.  He was an unsuccessful candidate in the Liberal interest in West Hastings for the commons in 1891, and was elevated to the bench in 1900.  He was a royal commissioner on several occasions, notably in 1899, regarding miners and mine-owners in British Columbia, and in 1900 relative to Chinese and Japanese immigration into Canada.  In religion he was a Presbyterian.  He is survived by his widow, one son, Arthur R. Clute, barrister and one daughter, Mrs. William Lucy, Devonshire, England.

 

1921

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Coburn,

Florence Irene

  *  see Dudgeon, Florence Irene  *

Coburn,

Luella

 (nee Lewis)

 

OBITUARY - A deep gloom was cast over the community on Monday afternoon, Sept. 20th, when the news spread of the sudden death of Luella Lewis, beloved wife of Mr. Norman Coburn of Hinch.  Deceased was only 29 years of age and was beloved by all who were acquainted with her.  She was a member of the Presbyterian Church and was organist for many years.  Besides her husband and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Lewis, Hinch, deceased leaves to mourn her loss, five small children, one sister and three brothers.  The children are Mildred, Bert, Ronald, Florence and Madelon.  Mrs. Wilburt Campbell and Mr. Rufus Lewis, Hinch,;  Mr. Gasper Lewis, Roblin, and Mr. Shirley Lewis, at Selby.  The funeral took place on Wednesday morning at the Presbyterian Church, Hinch, and was largely attended. Rev. Mr. Macdonald, of Napanee, delivered an impressive sermon, comforting the bereaved ones.  The remains were interred in the family plot.  Mr. Coburn and family have the sympathy of the community at large in this their hour of bereavement.  May she rest in peace and light perpetual shine about her.

 

Newspaper

Clipping

Cochrane,

Marshall

 

COCHRANE - In Kingston on Saturday, January 23, 1965, in the Hotel Dieu Hospital, Marshall Cochrane, beloved husband of Idda Lyon of 215 University avenue, dear father of Mrs. Roy O’Neil (Evelyn), Inverary.  Funeral will take place Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 from the James Reid Funeral Home to Sand Hill Cemetery, Sunbury.  Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend.  Parking in rear of Chapel off Brock street.

 

Jan 25 1965

Kingston

Whig Standard

Codd,

Mrs. J.A.

 

Was Highly Connected

The death is recorded in London, Eng, of Mrs. J.A. Codd, formerly of Ottawa. Deceased, on her mother’s side was connected with the ancient family of Count de Comyn, a direct descendant of Charlemange, being a granddaughter of Commissariat Comyn, Picton, Ont. She was also connected with the families of Trumpour and Washburn, both of the House of Hanover, her great uncle being Capt. Paul Trumpour – known as the “Father” of the United Empire Loyalists, and whose memory is honored by a tablet placed in the Memorial church at Adolphustown.

     

Mar 5 1923

Daily British Whig

Cole,

Charlotte

(nee Parks)

 

Death of a Former Resident of Lennox

Charlotte Parks, daughter of Jas. Parks, Fredericksburg, granddaughter of Capt. Cyrenus parks, of the war of 1779, and niece of Milo Parks of Hay Bay, died at her house, Hare, Clatsop Co., Oregon, of old age, Nov. 30th, aged seventy-two years. She was married to Barnard I. Cole, March 6th, 1839 in North Fredericksburgh, and was the mother of fifteen children, seven daughters and eight sons. Three of the daughters died before her removal to Oregon. Six of her sons and two daughters reside in Oregon, one son in Manitoba and one in Watertown, N.Y., one daughter in Michigan and one in Frankford, Ont.

     

Dec 16 1895

Weekly British Whig

Cole,

Daniel

 

DIED - On Friday the 5th of August, at his residence in Adolphustown, Mr. Daniel Cole, at the very advanced age of 105 years, 1 month and 12 days.  He was a native of Long Island N.Y., and the oldest settler in this township;  he was respected and beloved by all who knew him - having long performed his duty as a loyal subject, a faithful friend, a kind husband, an indulgent parent, and an obliging neighbor.  Born in the 5th year of the reign of George the 2d, he lived under 4 Sovereigns, and saw many changes both in the land of his birth, and this of his adoption.  He has beheld the horrors of war, and has tasted of the blessings of peace;  he has seen that which was once a wilderness, “blossom and flourish like the Rose,”  where formerly was nothing to be seen but the dark shadow of the lofty pine, oak and