Etc. -- James Bauslaugh's 1917 obituary
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A lightly edited transcription of a page 1 article in the 18 Jan 1917 Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

Death of James Bauslaugh

On the evening of January 11th, James Bauslaugh passed away to his rest after suffering for nine weeks from a stroke of paralysis.

He was well and favorably known about this town, where he has spent a few of the last years of his life. He formerly lived for a number of years five miles north of Simcoe, on the town line between Townsend and Windham, on what was known as the George Boughner farm.

He was the eldest son of William Bauslaugh and Agnes Agnew, and of a family of seven children, only two survive him, one brother, Henry Bauslaugh of Port Burwell, and one sister, Mrs. John Duff of Hawtrey.

His wife predeceased him two years ago, also dying of a stroke. He leaves three daughters and one son, 
Mrs. A. L. Cowan of Tillsonburg, Mrs. Deslandes and Mrs. James S. Kellum of Simcoe, and G. W. Bauslaugh of Waterford. 

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