Etc. -- James H. Cousens' 1956 obituary
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A lightly edited transcription of a page 8 article in the 5 Dec 1956 Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

James Henry Cousens

James Henry Cousens, formerly of Hamilton, died suddenly in Montreal on Monday, suffering a heart seizure in Windsor Station while returning from a 
year's vacation in England. He was in his 66th year.

Son of the late Frederick Henry Cousens and Ellen Rose Sheard, deceased was a native of Hull, Yorkshire, England. He came to Canada in 1906, living in Hamilton.

Before retiring he was a shipper with the International Harvester Company.

A veteran of the First World War, he enlisted in 1915 and was attached to "D" Company of the 59th Battalion, rising to the rank of sergeant.

He was of the Anglican faith.

Surviving are two sisters:
Mrs. John Reed (Doris Ethel) of Simcoe and 
Mrs. John Trott (Evelyn Rose) of Charlotteville.

Arriving at the George W. Baldock Funeral Home, Simcoe, Wednesday, with services there on Thursday at 3.30 p.m., Rev. L. W. Owen of Trinity Anglican Church officiating and interment in Oakwood Cemetery.

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