Etc. -- Eliza A. (Moore) Mansell's 1932 obituary
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A lightly edited transcription of a page 1 article from the 17 Mar 1932 Waterford Star.

mrs. david a. mansell

Mrs. David A. Mansell died at her home, 21 Carrick Ave. in Hamilton, on Saturday, March 12th, aged 57 years, after an illness of a few days.

She was a daughter of the late David Moore and Eliza [sic] Downey and was born in Rockford.

Before moving to Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Mansell were residents of Waterford for five or six years.

The husband, one daughter, (Alta) Mrs. Roland Echlin of London, one sister, Mrs. Wallace Erwin and two brothers, David and John Moore, survive.

The funeral service was held from her late residence on Monday, and the service was conducted by her pastor, Rev. Trembly, assisted by a former pastor, Rev. J. Truax. The pallbearers were Spencer Gale, George Brinn, Harold Wills, John Marsted, 
Harry Sage, Robert Meharg. Roy McIntosh sang "Now the Labourern Task is O'er" accompanied by Mr. Harold Wills at the piano.

Interment was made in Greenwood Cemetery, Waterford.

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