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Name

Information

Date/Source

Yeomans,

Annie B.

  * see VanLuven, Annie B. 

Yeomans,

Edith Maude

(nee Glover)

 

MRS. BURTLE YEOMANS -

On Wednesday afternoon, Jan 4, 1939, Mrs. Burtle Yeomans passed peacefully away.  Up to a few days before she died Mrs. Yeomans had gone about her household duties and appeared to be in her usual good health.

About three years ago, Mrs. Yeomans had undergone a very serious operation but had apparently recovered and enjoyed good health until a short time before her final illness.

Mrs. Yeomans took a deep interest in the life of the community, and as recently as the 5th of December last, read a paper before the local Women’s Institute. Her maiden name was Edith Maude Glover, daughter of the late Thomas and Agnes Glover, pioneers at Camden East, where Mr. Glover ran a saw mill about eighty years ago.

There were eleven children in the family of Thomas and Agnes Glover, seven boys and four girls, of whom the deceased was the youngest.  Richard, Jane Ann, Samuel, Herbert and Edith Maude are deceased.  Those still living are:  Agnes, Elginburg;  Robert John, Camden East;  Thomas James, Toronto;  Albert, Kingston;  Eliza May, Wilton; and William Ryerson Glover, Kingston.

Mrs. Yeomans leaves to mourn her loss her husband Burtle Yeomans, and a son, Hubert Glover Yeomans, sixteen years of age and a student of Newburg high school.  Mrs. Yeomans was graduated from the Newburgh High School at an early age and afterwards taught at Wesley, Tamworth South and Odessa South.

Mrs. Yeomans dedicated her life to her home which she loved above all other places and to the education of her son.

The funeral services were held at her late home, “The Pines,” south of Camden East, on Friday, Jan. 6, and was attended by a very large number of friends, and all the brothers and sisters living.  The service was conducted by her minister, Rev. M. Douglas and Rev. Dr. George Brown of Chalmers Church, Kingston.

Interment was in the family plot Camden East.

 

1939

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Yeomans,

Eliza

(nee Detlor)

 

Deceased was a Very Prominent Woman in Various Circles –

NAPANEE Aug 26 -  Early Friday morning, death claimed a very highly respected resident of North Fredericksburgh in the person of Mrs. Eliza Yeomans in her 71st year, and in her passing the community has lost a devout Christian woman, and the Conservative party of this county one of its most faithful workers.

Although the deceased had not been in the best of health for some years, her condition was not considered serious, until last week when she suffered a severe stroke.

Her two sisters, Mrs. Cummings of Toronto and Mrs. Reid of Napanee who has been spending a few days in Toronto with Mrs. Cummings, arrived in town on Thursday evening, or a few hours before Mrs. Yeomans passed away. 

The deceased was one of a family of four, a daughter of Benjamin and Rebekah Detlor whose home was in the township of Richmond, near Selby.

Her early years were spent at her home and after her marriage to Joseph Yeomans, a well known farmer of Richmond, three years were spent on the farm  of Selby.  Leaving Selby they moved to Switzerland where they spent several years, after which they left for Wesley.  Several years were spent in the Wesley district, and then they moved on the farm on the river road, about one mile west of Napanee.

On locating in this community, Mr. and Mrs. Yeomans joined Grace United Church where both took a very exceptional interest.  Mrs. Yeomans was very interested in Sunday School work and for many years was a member of the Friendly Bible Class.  She also was a member of both Women’s Associations and the Women’s Missionary Society.  She took an exceptional interest in politics and was honored some time ago by being elected one of the vice presidents of the Conservative Association for this county.

Her interest in her party never wavered, and right up to the last she evinced much interest in the party which she served so faithfully all her life.  For many years she was a member of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union.  Her interest in Christian Work was so keen that not only did she serve in her own church but she also attended the Pentecostal services. 

Her husband, who predeceased her a little over four years ago was for one year Reeve for North Fredericksburgh.

She leaves to mourn her loss an only son, Harold Yeomans with whom she resides, two sisters, Mrs. Robert Reid of Napanee and Mrs. Cummings of Toronto, and three grandchildren.  An only brother William Detlor passed away a few years ago.

 

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Yeomans,

Jane

(nee Dack)

 

YEOMANS - At Newburgh, on Saturday, March 18th, 1922, Mrs. Jane Yeomans, aged 92 years.

 

Mrs. Jane Yeomans - On Saturday, March 18th, 1922, there passed away one of the oldest residents of the Township of Camden, in the person of Mrs. Jane Yeomans, of Newburgh, at the ripe age of 92 years, 1 month and 18 days.

Deceased was born at Wicklow, Ireland, on February 1st, 1830.  Her maiden name was Jane Dack, and with her family she came to Canada in the year 1840.  She was married to John G. Yeomans, of Wesley, on July 28th, 1851, and became the mother of eleven children, seven of whom are living.  She leaves also twenty-four grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren.  She also leaves one brother, Lawrence Dack, of Newburgh.  Her husband predeceased her twenty-three years ago.

Mrs. Yeomans was a life-long Methodist and will be remembered by her family as a faithful mother.  She was in possession of all her faculties until the day of her death, and always wanted to be busy.  The writer saw her knitting by lamp light just a few weeks previous to her death.

On February 1st, when friends gathered at her home in celebration of her birthday, it was remarked that she appeared to be in better health than she was a year ago.  But in a few weeks after she contracted a cold which developed into pneumonia, and on Saturday, March 18th, she fell asleep, without showing any signs of suffering.

The funeral was held in the Methodist Church, Newburgh, on Monday afternoon, and was largely attended, the Rev. Mr. Hoare being in charge.

 

1922

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Yeomans,

Jay S.

 

Jay S. Yeomans Dies in Kingston Hospital -

NEWBURG - On Wednesday evening, September 2nd, there passed away at the General Hospital, Kingston, Jay S. Yeomans of Schenactady, N.Y., formerly of this village.  A week prior to his death the deceased went to the hospital for treatment and before going to the hospital, had been quite ill at the home of his sister, Miss E. Yeomans for a period of six weeks.  He had been in failing health for the past few years.

Mr. Yeomans, who was in his 71st year, was the youngest son of the late John and Jane Yeomans of Wesley, which was his native birthplace.  He was one of eleven children, three of whom are living, Samuel Yeomans of Wesley;  Mrs. Herbert Embury and Mill Ella Yeomans of Newburg.  He also leaves to mourn his loss his widow, formerly Miss Annie Brown of Deseronto, three sons, John, James and Stewart and one daughter, Mrs. Emily Pennell all of Schenactady, N.Y., and a granddaughter Miss Jean Pennell, all attending the funeral service which was held from the home of his sister, Miss Ella Yeomans, to the United Church on Saturday afternoon.

Rev. E. F. Swayne was in charge and gave a very comforting message.  By special request Ward Wartman of Napanee sung the selection, “Jesus, Pilot Me.“  The remains were laid to rest in the Yeoman’s plot, at Wesley.  The casket was laden with beautiful floral tributes, representative of the family, the United Church relatives and friends.

The pall-bearers were six nephews, namely - Harold Yeomans and Roy Embury of Napanee;  Wilmot Embury and Percy Yeomans of Wesley;  Percy VanLuven of Moscow and Willard Embury of Newburg.  A large number of friends from the village and surrounding district attended the funeral.

 

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Yeomans,

John

 

YEOMANS - At Wesley, on Saturday May 6th, 1922, John Yeomans, aged 70 years and 3 days.

    

1922

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York,

Minnie

 

OBITUARY - Minnie York

In the history of Roblin the illness and death of Minnie York will ever be remembered as an event which perhaps more than any other stirred the sympathy of this and every neighbouring community.

Minnie York was born in Tamworth, a daughter of Ethel Brown York and the late Michael Percy York.  From early childhood Minnie was a universal favorite.  Her kind, unselfish disposition, unassuming manner, reliability, and readiness to help others will ever keep her memory green.  After an illness of several weeks during which medical skill and expert nursing were unavailing in efforts to restore health, she passed into the other world on May 18th, being in her 21st year, and with all preparations ready for her approaching wedding.

Minnie York was a consistent church member, an enthusiastic officer and worker in Roblin Mission Circle and Roblin Sunday School.  The funeral service on may 20th, in Roblin United Church was very impressive.  The seating capacity of the church was taxed to the utmost long before the hour announced for service, and very many were unable to enter.  Her Pastor, Rev. C. J. Wilson, preached appropriately and feelingly from Rev. 3:4 “They shall walk with me in white for they are worthy.”  The selections by the Choir were highly appreciated.  Rev. S. H. Jeffery assisted in the service.  The floral tributes were numerous and beautiful.  Wreaths were sent by Mission Circle, Roblin Sunday School, Roblin Public School, Percy Pringle, two from Westplain, Mr and Mrs. John Easterbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Jess York, Mrs. John Sharp, Jannie and Tressa Denison, and a special floral tribute from Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Pringle.

Besides her sorrowing mother, Mrs. Christie Harten, one brother, Harold, two sisters, Mrs. Harold Young and Helen York mourn her loss.  She will also be sadly missed by her step-father, Mr. Christie Harten, and her step-brothers and sisters.  Remains were interred in Roblin cemetery.

 

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York,

Thomas

 

MARLBANK -  June 27 - Gloom has been cast over this entire community over the tragic death of one of our finest young men in the person of Thomas York, youngest son of Reuben H. York, when, early on Friday morning, fire of unknown origin burned to the ground the large farm home of R. H. York, and an older brother Edward and wife and Tommy who lived happily together in the home.  About 2.50 a.m. the alarm was sounded through the village by Earl Kimmett, who with his father John Kimmett, were the first  to be aroused by the screaming of the terrified family. The father having been the first to notice the fire hurriedly aroused Eddie and wife who escaped in their night clothes.  Seeing Tommy was not up Eddie went to his bedroom window, being unable to get upstairs on account of fire and smoke.  He broke the glass with a pole but could get no response.  Thinking that possibly Tom was not upstairs they sent word to the home of Glenn Allan, one of his chums who had been out with him Thursday night, and asked if he was in the doomed house. On learning that Glen had brought him to his home about 2.20 a.m. the family were frantic, and efforts were useless to try and find him for flames had completely enveloped the house and was fast falling in.  The old home was built over 90 years ago and was constructed of pine lumber.  This terrible calamity is the worst that has ever occurred in our community.  After the flames had been subdued the terrible task of trying to find the charred remains was begun with the result that only a small portion could be found.  The funeral took place from the home of the deceased’s brother Jessie on Sunday afternoon at 1.30 to the United Church, where the Rev. W. H. Truscott preached a comforting sermon to the bereaved family taking his text from 2nd Samuel, 12 chapter, 23 verse:  “Can I bring him back again:  I shall go to him, but he shall not return to me.”  Not a dry eye was to be seen in the vast crowd, the church being far too small to hold the immense number which had gathered to pay respect to one who was held in highest esteem by all who knew him.  The casket containing the few mortal remains was completely covered with beautiful floral offerings including a wreath from his chums.  Six of his chums acted as bearers, namely Glenn Allan, Gordon Hawley, George O’Neil, Ross Lloyd, Aubrey Asselstine and Earl Kimmett, while Hugh and Bob Allan were flower bearers.  After the service the large cortege proceeded to the Tamworth burying ground where the remains were interred in the family plot beside those of his mother.  The aged father was unable to attend the funeral and is at the home of his daughter Mrs. W. C. Marlin.  He is survived by his father, R. H. York, four brothers, Eddie and Jessie at home, Calvin of Toronto, and Willie of Mimico;  three sisters, Mrs. W. C. Marlin of this village, and Mrs. Wm. Wicklam of Lime Lake, and Mrs. Stuart Stinson of Tamworth.  To the bereaved family  is extended the sincere sympathy of this whole community and to the immediate family, especially who have suffered doubly the  loss of a loved one and home also.

 

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Yorke,

Michael Percy

 

Died at Tamworth, on Friday, July 10th, 1914, Michael Percy Yorke, at the age of 57 years and 10 months.  Deceased was a life-long resident of Sheffield, a farmer, a staunch and active conservative, and a member of the Anglican Church.  He was the eldest of three sons of Daniel Yorke, one of the pioneer settlers of this district, and a man of U. E. Loyalist descent., the other sons being Reuben Yorke, of Marlbank, and James Yorke, of Bell Rock.  He leaves a widow and large family to mourn the loss of a kind husband and affectionate father.  The deceased was widely known and loved by a large circle of warm friends, who knew him as a man who was always ready to give to others or to help anyone in want.  He suffered greatly for a long time and in spite of the care of his devoted wife and children and the best medical aid which could be procured, sank peacefully to rest with a full faith in the pardoning mercy of God.  The funeral services were conducted at Christ Church, Tamworth, under the auspices of the Orange Lodge, of which he was a member, and the body was placed in the vault to await interment in the Anglican cemetery.

 

1914

Scrapbook 5

Young,

Amos

 

Funeral of Late Amos Young

The funeral of the late Amos Young, Collins Bay, took place on Saturday from the residence of his son-in-law, William Herbert, to Hay Bay, where the remains were interred. The services were conducted by Rev. J.B. Robeson, of Cataraqui. Deceased, whose death occurred on 11th last, was aged sixty-six years. He was a widower, and leaves five grown-up sons. In religion he was a Methodist. His death was due to consumption.

     

Jan 15 1900

Daily British Whig

Young,

Arthur

 

Luke Young's eldest child, Arthur, a boy of about five years, died Friday from lung trouble. The funeral took place on Sunday at the house, service being conducted by Rev. W.T. Wickett. The family have the sympathy of the entire community. This is the third child they have lost.

 

Dec 18 1899

Daily British Whig

Young,

Benjamin

 

The Late Benjamin Young

After a lingering illness of several months’ duration, Benjamin Young passed away at his home at Gretna, last Saturday evening.

Mr. Young was one of the best known residents of the Gretna district, where he had lived the most of his life.  He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Philip Young of South Fredericksburgh, where he was born about 79 years ago.  As a young  man, he went to the Gretna district, and farmed there successfully for many years.  For about twelve years he lived at Roblin, returning to his former home a few years ago.

He is survived by his wife, formerly Agnes Connolly, one brother, Nelson, of Gretna, and one sister, Mrs. Parks.  An only daughter, Mrs. Velney Woods of Roblin died several years ago.

His funeral was conducted on Monday afternoon by Rev. A. C. MacCallum, at the family residence and interment followed at Riverview Cemetery in Napanee.

 

Aug 30 1939

Napanee

Beaver

Young,

Carleton

 

Youngs - At South Fredericksburgh, Oct 13th, Carleton, only son of Mr. John Youngs, aged 3 years, 6 months and 13 days.

 

A Boy Terribly Scalded - On Friday morning of last week Master Carleton, the three-year-old son of John Young, Sandhurst, was so severely scalded that no hopes are held out for his recovery. Mrs. Young had been doing some washing, and had dipped a pail of water from the boiler and set it on the floor. The little lad came in from play, and tripping backward fell, in a setting posture, into the pail. He was very seriously scalded, the skin from the waist to the knees fairly peeling off. Dr. Northmore, of Bath, was at once summoned and did all that medical skill could suggest to relieve the little patient. A trained nurse from Kingston has been procured, but the doctor says it is almost impossible for the child to live. Mr. and Mrs. Young have the sympathy of the entire community in their great trouble.

 

Oct 15 1897

Napanee

Beaver

 

Oct 8 1897

Napanee

Beaver

Young,

Catharine

(nee Weller)

 

On the evening of the 31st ult. Catharine Young, wife of James Young Esq. and daughter of the late Asa Weller Esq. aged 44 years.

 

Feb 5 1831

Kingston

Chronicle

Young,

Catrina

Catrina Young, Fredericksburgh, buried 28 Jan 1802.

1802

Langhorn's Anglican Registers

1787 - 1814

Young,

Daniel, Dr.

 

Doctor Young’s Will – “I will that upon my decease and before my burial, my heart and arteries shall be filled (using a syringe) with a composition made of resin and olive oil, heated together, or some combination that becomes solid on cooling, and used warm enough to remain liquid sufficiently long to fill the heart and arteries as well as possible, and then pass from the liquid to the solid state, and a regular physician shall perform the said task or undertaking.  If I should die and be buried at sea, or there are any other circumstances which make the fulfilment of this first clause of my will absolutely impossible, it shall be null and void.”  Such is a clause from the will of the late Dr. Daniel Young, formerly of the Township of Adolphustown, and then of 188 Grace Street, Toronto, who died on February 22nd last.  He left an estate of $13,762 of which $3,165 is a note, $8,397 in stocks, and $2,200 in real estate, at 125 Grace Street.  The stocks are 9 shares Dominion Bank, $2,178;  4 shares C.P.R. common,  $664;  30 shares Tri-City Railway and Light, $2,610;  20 shares Twin City common, $2,120;  2 bonds, Porto Rico Railway, $810;  and 100 shares Amalgamated Cobalt, $15.  Bequests are made to 37 people and institutes.  John R. Young, nephew, Vancouver, $3000;  Emma M. Young, niece, Vancouver, $3000;  Margaret V. Young, North Toronto, $800;  Phoebe Barton, niece, Campbellford, $400;  Church of England in Canada, $50;  Presbyterian Church, $50, Methodist Church, $50;  Canadian College of Missions $50.  The rest of the estate, $6,362 is divided among 29 relatives  in different parts of Canada and the States, each receiving $220.  To his niece, Agnes Young, is given “the ancient portrait  of my grandfather “Tully” in oil painting, and set in a heavy gold receptacle.”  The executors are J. R. Young and Benson O’Hara, nephews, and Margaret V. Young, niece, to whom are bequeathed clothing, books, trunk and suit case.  Provision is made for the erection of Scotch granite monuments and markers over  the graves of his parents and brother, George to cost at least $500, and a red Scotch granite monument worth about $250 over his own grave.  Several; medical men were interviewed as to the probable object Dr. Young had in including in his will such an unusual clause as that regarding his heart,   “He may have been under the impression that in having his heart and veins filled with the solution he was helping the cause of science,” said one.  “The solution, however, could not be antiseptic.  It is just possible that he may have wished to demonstrate the anatomical structure of the heart and vessels, as the veins and heart would then not be empty.  It is possible that it is just a fad.  There is, you see, no provision for his not being buried, hence his experiment would not be a success.”  “As he has declared the clause null and void if he is buried at sea, “ said another, “I imagine that he is simply taking steps to avoid being buried alive.  The heart has to be opened, and of course, after that, there is no chance of a mistake.”  “A fad,” said another, “just a fad.  There are far too many of them and I don’t know what the world is coming to.”

 

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Young,

D.W.

 

D.W. Young died at Red Deer, N.W.T., on September 24th, aged twenty-five years. Deceased was a son of the late R.P. Young, and brother of Dr. Young, Adolphustown. For a time he carried on a watchmaking and jewelry business in Deseronto, but went out west for the benefit of his health.

   

Oct 9 1899

Daily British Whig

Young,

David Wesley

 

Memorial Card - In Loving Memory of DAVID WESLEY YOUNG Husband of Ida May Johnston, who passed away suddenly at his late residence, South Fredericksburgh, on Friday June 22, 1962 in his 88th year.  Resting at the Wartman Funeral Home for funeral service in the chapel on Monday, June 25, 1962 at 2:00 p.m.  Mr. Potter officiating.  Interment Sillsville Cemetery.

 

1962

Lloyd Scrapbook

Young,

Elizabeth C.

 

At South Fredericksburgh, on August 10th, Elizabeth C., wife of Robert Young, aged sixty-eight years.

    

Aug 19 1899

Daily British Whig

 

Young,

Ethel

 

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IN MEMORIAM - Mrs. Ethel Young, Monday July 31st  1978, of Sillsville, Wife of the late Perry Young, mother of Arnold, Sillsville. Sister-in-law of Mrs. Marion Hough. The funeral service was August 2nd  1978, with interment at Sillsville Cemetery.

1978

The Christian Neighbourhood

Young,

Fletcher

 

Funeral at Bath of Fletcher Young

Prominent Resident Passes - Was Born in South Fredericksburgh

Bath - The funeral of the late Fletcher Young, which took place on Tuesday afternoon from his late residence to St. John's Anglican Church, was one of the largest seen in the village in some time, evidencing the regard and esteem in which he was held by the residents as a whole.

The service, which was conducted by the pastor, Rev. L.O. Walker, although very impressive, was marked by its simplicity. St. John's Church was unable to accommodate the large number of friends and practically every resident member of Maple Leaf Masonic Lodge was present. The pallbearers were selected from the members of the craft, including relatives, and the interment took place in the family plot in Sandhurst cemetery. There was a profusion of flowers.

Mr. Young was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young and was born in South Fredericksburgh. His father was a farmer, and the deceased spent his earlier years on the farm. About eighteen years ago he with Mrs. Young and family came to Bath, the former having purchased the coal business from G.A. Wartman.

His eighteen years in the village had been marked with splendid success. Mr. Young took an active part in the municipal and educational life of the community, and for some time was a member of the village council. For the past number of years he was a member of the school board, and his death creates a vacancy.

Very interested in fraternalism, he joined the Masonic Order many years ago and for twelve years was secretary of Maple Leaf Lodge, having to give up his work the beginning of the year owing to ill health. His wife predeceased him about ten months.

In his passing Bath has lost a resident it can ill afford to lose, and the village will be the poorer by his death.

To mourn his loss are two sons, Clarence of Williamstown and Ernest, teacher at Wilton, and one daughter, Miss Madeline, who has been attending the Napanee Collegiate Institute. He also leaves one sister, Mrs. (Dr.) H.S. Northmore.

  

June 3 1933

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Young,

Fred C.

 

Hamburg - On Oct 22nd, Mr. Fred C. Young became very seriously ill with appendicitis. Dr. Stratton, being called, rushed him immediately to Kingston General Hospital. He passed through a very critical operation and in spite of all that medical attention could do Fred passed into the Great Beyond. He was a young man, in his 31st year, and enjoyed life to the best. He was a great favorite with all who knew him. About six years ago he purchased a few acres of land on the Hamburgh Road, and was very proud of his home. He had been an employee of the Farmers Dairy for a number of years and was highly respected by all. He was the youngest son of the late Mr. Will Young, who predeceased him 19 years ago, and Mrs. M. Young. The floral tributes showed the high esteem in which deceased was held. He leaves to mourn his loss a sorrowing wife and young son, a bereaved mother, three sisters, Mrs. Nellie Summerville, Marlbank; Mrs. Frank Perry, York Road; Mrs. John Benn, Forest Mills; also three brothers, Oay, Belleville Road; Bob, Marlbank, and Christie, Hamburgh Road. The funeral service was held on Sunday, Oct. 27th at his late residence, Hamburgh Road, by Rev. W. P. Woodger, and was the largest ever held in this community.

       

Obituary - Frederick C. Young

A very sad death occurred in the Kingston General Hospital on Thursday, when Mr. Fred Young, passed away, following an operation for appendicitis, which he underwent on Tuesday. The operation was successfully performed, but owing to the setting in of gangrene and septic poisoning he was unable to recover.  Fred was a son of Mrs. Wm. Young and the late Mr. Young and was only 31 years of age at the time of his passing. The deceased was a former employee of the Farmer's Dairy, but had severed this position with that company and had purchased a piece of land on the Hamburgh Road and resided with his mother. He was well-known, will liked and popular with all his friends. Besides his mother he leaves to mourn his loss a wife and young son, three brothers, Owen, Christie, and Robert and three sisters, Mrs. John Benn, Sharp's corners, Mrs. Frank Perry and Mrs. Nellie Somerville. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. W.P. Woodger on Sunday afternoon and was largely attended by sympathizing friends. Interment took place at Riverview Cemetery.

     

Nov 6 1929

Napanee Beaver

 

Oct 30 1929

Napanee Beaver

Young,

Henrich

Henrich Young, Fredericksburgh, buried 23 Aug 1789.

1789

Langhorn's Anglican Registers

1787 - 1814

Young,

Hiram

 

YOUNG - On Thursday, Jan 6th, 1910, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. J. A. Anderson, Hamilton, Ont., Hiram, husband of the late Hester Young, in his 64th  year. Rev. Dr. W.F. Wilson will hold the funeral service at A. W. Miles undertaking parlors, 96 College Street, Toronto, Saturday, Jan. 8th  at 2:30 p.m. Interment in Mount Pleasant Cemetery.

 

1910

From the Hough Scrapbooks

Young,

Hattie May

(nee Davis)

 

OBITUARY - THE LATE MRS. J. A. YOUNG

There passed to her rest on October 11th, 1936, Hattie May, the wife of John A. Young, of Sandhurst.  Of U.E. L. extraction, she was born in 1868 in Adolphustown and spent her entire life in South Fredericksburgh.  She was the daughter of Gilbert Miller Davis and Louisa Hurlbut. 

Second only to her interest in her family and neighbours, was her enthusiasm for these local organizations to which she gave freely of her time and energy.  She was an ardent worker in the Ladies’ Aid and the Conway Women’s Institute, of which she had been a member, since their institution, and at times she had lent the helping hand to the Union Young People’s Society.

Those who mourn her loss are her husband, sister, Helena D. Gillespie of Minneapolis, brother, James, of Bethany;  daughter, Mrs. Merton H. Mellow, Bath;  and a son, Maurice H. at home.

The service was conducted by Rev. G. H. Gardiner, assisted by Rev. H. F. Sanders, at Conway United Church and interment was in Sillsville Cemetery.

 

Conway - Sandhurst, October 19 -

A gloom was cast over the entire community last week when Mrs. J. A. Young passed away at her home at Sandhurst, after an illness of only one week.  Although not in the best of health for some time, she kept about as usual until stricken by a severe stroke.  Well and favourably known throughout the entire district, Mrs. Young will be greatly missed.  Sincere sympathy is extended to the bereaved.  She is survived by her husband, one daughter, Mrs. M. H. Mellow, of Bath, a son, Maurice, of Sandhurst;  a brother, Mr. James Davis of Bethany, and a sister, Mrs. Gillespie, of Minneapolis, U.S.A.  The funeral was held on Tuesday afternoon to Conway United Church, where Rev. G. Gardiner conducted the service, assisted by Rev. Mr. Sanders, a former pastor of Adolphustown Circuit.

 

Oct 21 1936

Napanee Beaver

Young,

Ida May

 

Memorial Card:

In Loving Memory of IDA MAY YOUNG Sillsville, wife of the late David Wesley Young, who passed away at the Ontario Hospital, Kingston, on Saturday, September 29, 1962 in her 90th year.  Resting at the Wartman Funeral Home for funeral service in the chapel on Monday, October 1, 1962 at 2:00 p.m.  Rev. W. Simmons officiating.  Interment Sillsville Cemetery.

 

1962

Lloyd Scrapbook

Young,

James

 

DIED - At the Carrying Place, on the first instant, after a lingering illness, JAMES YOUNG, Esq. who was for many years a Justice of the Peace for the Midland and Newcastle Districts, a Member of the House of Assembly, and Lieut. Col. of the Second Regiment of Prince Edward Militia.

 

July 9 1831

Kingston

Chronicle

Young,

Jane

(nee Schryver)

 

Young - In Adolphustown, 28th April, Jane Schryver, wife of Amos Young, aged 63 years.

  

May 5 1899

Napanee Beaver

Young,

John

 

Died - At Adolphustown, on the 5th instant, John Young, aged 10 years.

               

Feb 9 1878

British Whig

Young,

Margaret Ann

(nee Armstrong)

 

MARGARET ANN YOUNG -

MARLBANK, Aug 10 -  Early Saturday morning Margaret Ann Armstrong, widow of the late Charles Young and one of the oldest residents of this district, died at her home in Marlbank.  Of Irish descent, she was the daughter of the late Francis Armstrong and Alice Dyas.  She was 90 years old, having been born in Sheffield Township on June 19 1854.  Although in gradually failing health for the past year, she remained fairly active until the time of her death. 

She was practically the last pioneer of this district, coming here as a bride over 73 years ago.

Funeral was held at St. Matthey’s Anglican Church where she was the last of the original congregation.  Rev. E. Teskey, of Kingston, a friend of the family, conducted the funeral service with burial following in Riverview Cemetery, Napanee. 

Pall-bearers were John Kimmett, Francis Somerville, Richard Allen, George Cox., Than Kimmett and Edmund York. 

She leaves one son, Henry of Napanee and five daughters, Mrs. D. Axford (Alice) of Kingston, Stella of Toronto, Mrs. N. G. Allen (Jessie), Mrs. M. McCutcheon (Jeanette), and Mina all of Marlbank.

 

1944

Newspaper

Clipping

Young,

Marion Louise

   * see Huffman, Marion Louise

Young,

Mary Ann

 

YOUNG - On Wednesday, December 27th, Mary Ann Young, at South Fredericksburgh, aged 30 years, 6 months and 13 days.

 

Dec 30 1882

Napanee Beaver

Young,

Percy Leo

 

Percy Leo Young - The sudden death took place at Ernesttown, when Percy Leo Young was struck and instantly killed by a west bound freight train on March 19th, 1927. The funeral was held at his uncle's Fred Young, on the Hamburg Road, on Tuesday, March 22nd. The funeral services were conducted by his Pastor, the Rev. M. Stainton, of Adolphustown. The deceased was in his 23rd year, and had spent the latter eleven years in Adolphustown, where he had a host of friends. He followed the occupation of farming and was known as a good honest and industrious citizen. He leaves to mourn his loss his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Christie Young, two brothers, Will and Perry, at home, and three sisters, Mrs. Harry Blakely, of Oshawa, and Veta and Flossie, at home. The sympathy of the community is with the sorrowing family. The remains were laid in the vault to await interment in the spring. The pall bearers were three cousins of the decease, Dorland Perry, of Napanee; Wilfred and Kenneth Benn, Sharp's Corners, and three Adolphustown chums, Edward Gallagher and Donald and Gerald Gallagher.

      

Apr 1 1927

Napanee Beaver

Young,

Mrs. Philip

 

MRS. PHILIP YOUNG - Death claimed one of our most aged and respected residents on Friday evening, April 29th , in the person of Mrs. Philip Young. Deceased had been afflicted for the past seven years with a stroke, and although death had been daily expected for some time, it came as a shock to all. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. Mr. Farnsworth and Rev. Mr. White of Napanee, on Sunday afternoon, May 1st , at Gretna church, and was largely attended. The hymns sung were favorites of the deceased and were selected by her some years before her death. Her husband predeceased her about a year ago, and his service was conducted by the same ministers.

 

OBITUARY - MRS. PHILIP YOUNG - Death claimed one of our most aged and respected residents on Friday evening, April 29th , in the person of Mrs. Philip Young. Deceased had been afflicted for the past seven years with a stroke, and although death had been daily expected for some time, it came as a shock to all. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. Mr. Farnsworth and Rev. Mr. White, of Napanee, on Sunday afternoon, May 1st , at Gretna church, and was largely attended. The hymns sung were favorites of the deceased and were selected by her some years before her death. Her husband predeceased her about a year ago, and his service was conducted by the same ministers. "They are looking down from the golden land, Our beloved are looking down; They have done their work, they have borne their cross, and received their promised crown."

 

1904

From the Hough Scrapbooks.

Young,

Percy

 

YOUNG – At Westplain, Township of Richmond, Sunday 7th April, Percy,  son of Wm. Young, aged 14 years.

     

1907

From the Watson Scrapbooks

Young,

Peter

Peter, son of Stephen and Anne Young, Fredericksburgh, buried 20 Apr 1800.

1800

Langhorn's Anglican Registers

1787 - 1814

Young,

Philip

 

On Tuesday evening, Feb 17th , the grim reaper death entered our midst bearing away one of our oldest residents, in the person of Mr. Philip Young. Deceased was a well known and highly respected resident of this place having spent the past 33 years of his life on the place where he died. Notwithstanding his advanced age of 82 years, he was still very active and ambitious, and although not having very good health for the last two or three years, he was not confined to the house until Sunday night when he was afflicted with a stroke from which he did not rally, passing away on Tuesday night. Eight of his children were present at his bedside, Mr. B. Young, of Montreal, being the only one absent. From the family chain the first link has been severed, and the frail bark which for so many years had tossed on life's tempestuous seas, is at last safe in the harbor. A beautiful and impressive service was conducted at the church by Rev. Mr. White, Napanee, from the words, "And I heard a voice from Heaven saying unto me, write, blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth; Yea, saith the spirit that they may rest from their labors and their works do follow them." Deceased was a firm adherent of the Methodist church, having been converted over 50 years ago. (**Written in - May 15 1903**).

 

1903

From the Hough Scrapbooks.

Young,

Mrs. Reuben

(nee Walmsley)

 

After an illness of two years from consumption, Mrs. Reuben Young died Wednesday at her late residence, Belleville. Deceased was a sister of Mr. J.E. Walmsley, and was born at Adolphustown 32 years ago, the last two years of which she had spent in Belleville. She is survived by her husband ad one son, two years old. Four brothers and three sisters also survive her. She was of a kindly nature and bore her long illness with resignation. The funeral will take place on Friday. - Intelligencer.

       

May 20 1898

Napanee

Beaver

Young,

Tobias

 

Died - At South Fredericksburgh, on the 3rd inst., Tobias Young, aged 76 years.

     

Apr 8 1876

Daily British Whig

Young,

William

William, son of Peter and Mary Young, Fredericksburgh, buried 10 Jan 1806.

1806

Langhorn's Anglican Registers

1787 - 1814

Unknown Child

 

FOUND DEAD - The body of an unknown child in the woods on the farm of the widow Blakely, in the Township of Fredericksburgh, on Friday evening the 18th  inst. by Daniel Putman, and a Mr. Keech; an inquest was held on the body by Coroner Jesse Shibley, and a verdict returned by the Jury, that the said infant unknown, found on Friday evening the 18th  inst, was in a woods dead from the decomposition which had taken place it is impossible to detect any marks of violence, but they have good reason for believing, that the infant's death was caused by unfair means, and think that the woman calling herself Jane Luckey was the principal actor in the affair.

 

July 24 1856

Napanee Standard

Unknown boy

 

A boy who resided at W. Baker's house in Fredericksburgh, name unknown, was accidentally drowned in the Napanee River on Saturday the 17th March 1838 and was buried the day following by me, Saltern Givins.

 

1838

Parish Register

Napanee

 

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