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Obituary of George Reidt
Obituary of George Reidt
George Reidt Passes

George Reidt, resident of the 13th concession of Howick, passed away on Saturday, February 8, following a paralytic stroke. He was in his 63rd year, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reidt, born in Minto township. In 1903 he was married to Catherine Heipel of Normanby. For some years he lived in Clifford and followed the trade of a mason, being on of Mr. Jacob Fritz's employees. About 20 years ago he moved to the farm in Howick where he died, and for the past seventeen years has been an invalid, scarcely able to go around. He is survived by his wife, two sons, Warren of Palmerston, Telford at home, two daughters (Znobia) Mrs. G. Smeltzer of Rockwood and (Beatrice) Mrs. J. B. Ristdale of Toronto, two brothers, Henry of near Harriston and Rev. Charles of MItchell, S.D., six sisters, Mrs. Scott, Wingham, Mrs. Wm. Perschbacher, Mildmay, Mrs. George Heipel, Fordwich, Mrs. Phillips, Guelph, Mrs. Menno Hallman, Calgary, Alta. The funeral was held on Wednesday with interment in Clifford cemetery. A short service was held at the house followed by service in Knox United Church. Rev. Jas. Hampson conducted the services and Mr. J. L. Taylor sang "Face to Face". The pall bearers were Messrs. Adam Ries, John Porterfield, Jacob Fritz, John Kline, Henry Kreuger and Caspar Phillips. 
 
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Obituary of Gus Nagel
Obituary of Gus Nagel
 
 
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Obituary of Henry Ringling North
Obituary of Henry Ringling North
 
 
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Obituary of Hugh Alexander Hastings
Obituary of Hugh Alexander Hastings
Ex-Rouleau man dies

Funeral service for Hugh Alexander Hastings, 83, of Mutchmor Lodge, was held Wednesday in Speers Funeral Chapel with Rev. W. J. Moore officiating. Burial was in Riverside Memorial Park.

Mr. Hastings died Saturday.

He was born at Lindsay, Ont. and came to Indian Head with his parents in 1885. In 1900, he opened a farm implement business at Rouleau which he operated for 30 years before homesteading as a mixed farmer at Meadow Lake in 1930.

He retired and moved to Regina in 1946.

Mr. Hastings was one of two remaining charter members of the IOOF Prince Rupert Lodge No. 24 and later a member of Regina Lodge No. 6 and of the Regina Encampment No. 1. For many years he was grand treasurer of the Grand Encampment of Saskatchewan. He was also a member of the Veterans Odd Fellow Association of Saskatchewan.

He was predeceased by his wife in 1931 and a son in 1943.

Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. H. V. Kidd of Brandon, three grandchildren and three great-greandchildren. 
 
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Obituary of Ivy Bay Valentine Moore
Obituary of Ivy Bay Valentine Moore
Status: Located;  
 
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Obituary of Jacob Wurm
Obituary of Jacob Wurm
 
 
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Obituary of John Samuel Craig
Obituary of John Samuel Craig
Status: Located;  
 
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Obituary of John Weber
Obituary of John Weber
From the research of Leslie H. Weber 
 
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Obituary of John Zyrd
Obituary of John Zyrd
Status: Located;  
 
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Obituary of Mrs. Ed. D. Wurm
Obituary of Mrs. Ed. D. Wurm
Obituary newspaper clipping saved by sister Salome. Newspaper unknown but likely served Crediton, Ontario (eg Exeter?)

The Zurich Herald of Oct. 30th thus refers to the late Mrs. Ed. D. Wurm: "The late Mrs. Wurm was of a very pleasing and fine Christian disposition and leaves many close. warm friends in Zurich and Crediton. . . Besides her sorrowing husband and daughter, Kathleen, she is survived by one brother, Jacob Schwartz, Crediton; three sisters, Mrs. W. H. Graiser, Mrs. W. B. Graiser and Mrs. Jacob Finkbeiner, all of Crediton. . . The funeral on Monday was largely attended, which denotes the high esteem in which the departed was held." 
 
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Obituary of Mrs. Max B. Ewart
Obituary of Mrs. Max B. Ewart
Mrs. Max B. Ewart Died Today; Funeral To Be Held Friday

A resident of over forty years in this area, passed away in the Penticton Hospital this morning, and will be laid to rest after services to be conducted by the Rev. A. R. Eagles from the Penticton Funeral Chapel on Friday morning at 10:30am.

Besides her husband, she is survived by her two sons, Charles B. "Chuck" Ewart, of Prince George, and Peter Dale Ewart, of Castlegar; by her daughter, Mrs. Maxine Sims, of Yakima; and by nine grandchildren. 
 
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Obituary of Rev. Charles E. Reidt
Obituary of Rev. Charles E. Reidt
Rev. C. E. Reidt

The Rev. Charles E. Reidt, 73, a retired Congressional minister, died last Friday at his home in Osterville, New York.

He was born in Howick Township but went to the United States as a young man.

He was graduated from North Central Academy and North Central College of Napperville, Ill. He received his bachelor of divinity degree from Yale University in 1921.

The Rev. Mr. Reidt was ordained to the ministry in 1921 in Hamilton, Ohio.

He was a Y.M.C.A. official in Detroit before assuming Congregational Pastorates in Stony Creek, Conn., Hamilton, Ohio, Decatur, Ill., and Waltham.

He retired from the ministry in 1954 while serving as director of the Deering Community Center in Deering, where he was also pastor of the Congregational Church.

He leaves his wife, Mabel (Bechtol); a son, Theodore C. Reidt of Lockport, N.Y.; and two daughters, Mrs. Carlyle F. Brand of Miami, Fla., and Mrs. Warren H. Johnson, wife of the pastor of South Congregational Church of Centerville and six grandchildren.

Also surviving is a sister, Mrs. George Heipel of Harriston and a brother, Mr. Henry Reidt of Minto Township. 
 
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Obituary of Samuel Thomas Hastings
Obituary of Samuel Thomas Hastings
Meadow Lake Weekly Newspaper

January 1953

OBITUARY

SAMUEL THOMAS HASTINGS

Samuel Thomas Hastings, in his 88th year, who lived in the Meadow Lake district since 1935, passed away in North Battleford on January 23rd. He was brought home for burial in the family plot in the Carlson Cemetery beside his wife, who preceded him in '36.

The deceased is survived by three children, Charlie at Winnipeg, Lillian (Mrs. E. Mick) of Meadow Lake, and Thomas, also of Meadow Lake; also five grandchildren and one great grandchild.

The funeral was held in the United Church with Rev. B. Ball in charge and Mrs. H. L. Cathrea at the organ. Mr. Titley was in charge of the funeral arrangements.

The pallbearers were John Larocque, Bill Ward, Dan Trask, Armand Salecon, Joe Lanoue and Wilf Garinger.

The deceased had farmed near Dinsmore from 1918 to 1935.

Card of Thanks

Tom and Charlie Hastings and Mr. and Mrs. E. Mick wish to express their appreciation to all who helped them in any way during the passing and burial of their father. 
 
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Obituary of William J. White
Obituary of William J. White
FUNERAL OF LATE WILLIAM WHITE

A large number of people gathered at the Tanner & Pearson Funeral Home here on Thursday, December 6th, to pay final tribute to the late Mr. William J. White, who passed away at his home on Tuesday. Rev. Gomm, minister of Riversdale United Church, conducted the funeral service and also the obsequies in Greenock Baptist cemetery where interment of the remains took place. The pall-bearers were Messrs. Alphonse Halk, Leander Halk, Eugene Grubb, Percy Wallace, Vernon Frickey and Alvin Fisk. He leaves to mourn his wife, Minnie White, one son, Merlin, one daughter, Minnie, and two step-children, Treva and Lindsay. Two brothers, Herb and Elden also survive. 
 
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Obituary of William John Wurn
Obituary of William John Wurn
WURN---Jan. 17, 1929. William John, of 8280 Epworth Blvd., dear son of Mrs. William White, brother of Mrs. John Bradley, Miss Minnie White of Greenock, Ontario, Merline Russell White, and Lindsay E. Wurn. Funeral service Saturday, at 3:30pm, from Chas. W. Thiel’s Funeral Home, 3548 Lawton, near Myrtle. Interment Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. 
 
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Obituary of William Nagel
Obituary of William Nagel
 
 
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Obituary of William Reidt
Obituary of William Reidt
William Reidt

The death of William Reidt of Clifford took place at Bruce General Hospital, Walkerton on Wednesday, February 24th, where he had been a patient for ten days although he had been in poor health for several years.

He was born March 22nd, 1879 and would have been 81 years old if he had lived another month. He was born in Howick Township where he lived until coming to Clifford 10 years ago, except for several years spent in Turnberry Township.

His parents were the late Adam Reidt and wife formerly Elizabeth Wettlaufer. He was twice married first to Christina Kreller who predeceased him and surviving his wife Mrs. Elizabeth Scheerer, six sons Ervin of Lakelet, Walter of Windsor, Jack of Chalk River, Victor and Billy of North Bay, Peter of Kitchener and one daughter Betty Reidt of Kitchener, also two step daughters (Ruth) Mrs. Elmer Reuber of Minto and (Madeliene) Mrs. Roy Seip of Hanover, two brothers, Adam of Kitchener and George of Fort Frances, five sisters (Margaret) Mrs. William Gadke of Kitchener; (Elizabeth) Mrs. Jacob Seip of Clifford, (Cassie) Mrs. Carl Lantz of Kitchener, (Emma) Mrs. William Wettlaufer of Hanover and (Edith) Mrs. E. Thomas of Niagara Falls, 19 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

The funeral was held Saturday at St. John's Lutheran Church with the Rev. M. Schiemann officiating. A solo "Nearer my God to Thee" was sung by Mr. Gerald Buhrow.

Interment took place at Clifford Cemetery and the pallbearers were: Messrs. James Newton, Eugene Lantz, Edgar Henry, Roy Bonham, Joseph Heimbecker and John Dunn.

The floral tributes were carried by grandchildren Nancy and Sonny Seip, Derwyn Reuber and Glen Reidt. 
 
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Obituary of William White
Obituary of William White
Passing of a Pioneer.

Mr. William White, a pioneer of the Enniskillen settlement, and who passed through Walkerton when there were only three houses in town, died at his home in Curloss on Wednesday of last week at the advanced age of 79 years. The deceased, who was born in County Down, Ireland, came to Bruce about sixty years ago, and in journeying along the Durham road passed through Hanover which had only one house and came to a hamlet triple its size, called Walkerton. After putting up for a time here he continued his journey until he reached a point in Curloss, near Enniskillen, where he hewed out a home for himself and settled down to farm. He was married about forty years ago to Miss Annie Jackson of Teeswater, who survives him with one daughter, Mrs. John Whitehead, jr., east of Walkerton, and four sons, William of Cargill and Herbert, Bert and Eldon at home. The deceased was a Conservative in politics and a Presbyterian in religion. For the past two years he had been suffering with kidney trouble and dropsy, but succumbed to pneumonia from which he had been bedfast only two days. The funeral to the Baptist cemetery on Friday afternoon was largely attended, the deceased being widely known and highly esteemed. 
 
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Ole Bertilsson - Death record
Ole Bertilsson - Death record
Status: Located; The Snarum church death record indicates that Ole Bertilsson died as a bachelor and "Fattigl" (believed to be short for "fattiglem") which means "Pauper" or one who receives aid from funds designated for the poor. Ole died on June 26, 1886, the funeral was on July 1 and the internment was on July 4, 1886. He was buried in the Snarum Church graveyard. The cause of death listed was 'bronchitis'. His residence at the time of death was Persbråten (Skretteberg). 
 
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OLSON, Bertil - Baptism record
OLSON, Bertil - Baptism record
Status: Located; Bertil Olson was born Nov. 13, 1823 and he was baptised Dec 25, 1823 in the Snarum Church. Bertil was born on the Hallerdalen farm in Modum parish.
 
 

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