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Lightly edited transcriptions of page 12 items in the Thursday 18 Jan 1917 Simcoe Reformer.

The death occurred 5 Jan 1917 of Joseph Graydon, at the home of his son, John Graydon, after an illness of six weeks. Mr. Graydon, who was in his 79th year, has for many years been a resident of Middleton. He is survived by a widow and three sons, James, John and Henry, all of Middleton; two daughters, Mrs. Francis of London, and Mrs. Ostrander of Middleton.
Mr. John Irwin died at his home in London on Sunday after an illness of six weeks. He was well-known here, having been the engineer of the South Norfolk train for a considerable period. His wife was a Simcoe girl, Miss Annie McBride, the youngest sister of Mrs. A. M. Munro, and Mrs. J. R. Healey. Mr. Irwin was a 32nd degree Mason, being a life member of Stratford Lodge, No. 332; a member of Tecumseh Chapter 34, and a charter member of Mocha Temple, London. He also belonged to the Oddfellows, being a member of Remeo Lodge No. 164, Stratford, and had for many years been secretary-treasurer of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.
News has been received here of the death at Victoria, B.C., of Mrs. Walsh, wife of Major John Walsh, a former chief superintendent of the Dead Letter Branch of the Post Office Department at Ottawa. The deceased lady was born at Port Dover and before her marriage was Miss Mary Powell. She was a sister of the late Colonel Walker Powell, for many years Adjutant-General of Canada. On Major Walsh's retirement from the civil service, 11 years ago, the family moved to Victoria, where they have since resided. Besides her husband the deceased is survived by a daughter, Miss Mary Walsh, and two sons, Arthur and Charles L. Walsh, all living at Victoria, and one son now fighting in France, Pte. Disney Walsh, who went from Victoria with the [34th] Battalion in February, 1915, and afterwards transferred to the 7th Battalion.
Mr. Solomon Winter died at his late residence on Colborne Street, on Saturday 13 Jan 1917 and was buried at Lynnville Cemetery on Saturday, 16 Jan 1917. Rev. J. H. McBain conducted the services. Deceased was born in England and came to Canada and settled in Windham. He sold his farm and moved to Simcoe 12 years ago. He was a faithful member of the Methodist Church and was held in the highest esteem by all who knew him. He is survived by his widow. His only daughter died just eleven years ago. He was in his 69th year.

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