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York Herald
York Herald
Contributed by Stephanie

Description: Various news

Date: March 1900

York Herald
March 1900
Ontario-Canada



Deaths

Millard- At the residence of his father Botsford, at Newmarket on the 22nd ult., C. Franklin Millard youngest son of Joseph Millard Esq.- in his 35th year

Emes At Wilfred on the 22nd ult Mary Ann relict of the late Calvin Emes aged 88 years 10 months and 21 days

Stiver- In Scott on the 17th ult Abigail relict of the late John Stiver aged 60 years and 2 months

Randall -At the residence of Mr. Charles Starr, Whitchurch on Feb the 28th Josepph Randall Esq aged 79 years. Funeral on Saturday from late residence at 1 o'clock and Friends Meeting House at 2 o'clock

Ramsay- on the 21st of Feb 1900 on the 8th line of Tecumseth in the Co. of Simcoe, Wm Ramsay Esq. Deceased was the eldest son of the late George Galt Ramsay of the same place and formerly of Green Lodge, Co Tyrone Ireland. He was the great grandson of the late Charles Galt of Cola Rain, Ireland known as "The great and the good" who entertained King George the 4th during his Mayoralty of Dublin. The deceased's mother was a daughter of the late Captain Selby also a sister of the late Colonel Selby of Sharon

Stevenson- on the 15 ult at the residence of her daughter 1085 Queen St. W, Toronto, Ann widow of the lat G.L Stevenson of Aurora in the 71st year of age. Funeral on Tuesday last from the residence of her son, Dr. W.J Stevenson, Aurora to the Aurora Cemetery

Births

Coulter-In King, on Feb 20th to Mr. and Mrs. Geo Coulter a son

Ober- In town, on the 25th Ult., to Mr. and Mrs. John Ober- a son

Bateman- In King on Feb 19th to Mr. and Mrs Geo. Bateman, a daughter

Lloyd- At White Rose, on Feb 2 to Mr. and Mrs Frank Lloyd a daughter

Marriages

Brown-Lloyd- At Schomberg on Feb&Mac253; 21st Mr. Thomas Brown to Miss Mariessa Lloyd of Lloydtown

News

Widdifield-Mrs. O. Widdifield has been quite ill with neuralgia

Willoughby- Joshua Willoughby a farmer of North Gwillimbury who died a short time ago left an estate valued at $10, 879 of which $10,000 is in real estate. All the household effects are left to his widow. His son Charles gets the farm and implements subject to payment of legacies and $2000 within a year to Howard Willoughby another son. Norman Van Norman a grandson gets $500 and John Van Norman a son in law $75.

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