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An unedited transcription of a page 3 article from 19 Apr 1943 Simcoe Reformer.
Mrs J. R. Gell
Funeral services are being held
The service is being held from the
Deceased was born in England, a
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Towle, she and
Mrs. Gell had always taken a keen interest in the carillon bells at the Norfolk War Memorial Tower. She was a member of the United Church.
Surviving besides her husband are four sons, George and Ernest of Calgary, Lieut. Norman Gell of Peterborough and Reginald Gell of Port Hope; and two daughters, Miss Connie Gell of Simcoe and Mrs. Richard McCulloch, Orangeville. There are also 11 grandchildren, two of them with the Canadian forces.
An unedited transcription of a page 2
article from 24 Sep 1979 Simcoe Reformer.
GELL -- Constance Edith at Norview Home, Simcoe, on Friday, September 21st, 1979.
Constance Edith Gell formerly of
Scott Avenue, Simcoe in her 84th year. Daughter of the late
Miss Gell was a member of the St. James United Church choir and for many years was employed at H. S. Falls and Walker's store in Simcoe, retiring in 1976.
She is resting at the Marvyn M. Veale Funeral Home, 214 Norfolk Street South, Simcoe, for funeral service on Monday, September 24th (today) at 2.00 p.m. Rev. Carl Zurbrigg officiating. Interment Oakwood Cemetery.
[Compiler's Comment: The Walsh funeral home was located at 214 Norfolk Street south in Simcoe. It was subsequently the Marvyn M. Veale funeral home, and currently is the Ferris Funeral Home.]