Etc. -- Charles Barwell's 1932 obituary
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A lightly edited transcription of a page 1 article in the 10 Mar 1932 issue of the Waterford Star.


Mr. C. W. Barwell, one of Port Dover's outstanding citizens, passed away on Wednesday last. He was born in Harleston, England, 72 years ago, and had been a resident of Port Dover since 1904, when he took charge of the Dominion Hotel.

During his residence he was interested in real estate, Port Dover Brick and Tile Co., Norfolk Gas. Co., C. R. R. express and ticket agent, member of municipal council serving under the late Hon. John S. Martin, Past Master and for several years treasurer of Erie Lodge, A. F. & A. M., also Grand Steward in the Grand Lodge of Canada, President of the Port Dover Fish Co., and the box factory and mill operated as a subsidiary.

His wife, daughter Mrs. Allan M. Tibbetts of Fort Francis, and son C. W. Barwell at home, survive.

The funeral service in St. Paul's on Saturday afternoon, and was largely attended. Interment was in Port Dover cemetery.

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