Etc. -- Jennie (Mason) Marshall's 1919  obituary
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A lightly edited page 1 article from the 13 Mar 1919 issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

The Late Mrs. Marshall

A former Simcoe woman, Mrs. Owen Marshall, died in Victoria Hospital on Saturday evening after an illness from pneumonia, which followed an operation.

She was in her 57th year and leaves her husband and three sons, Lorne S., Wilfrid O., and Gordon J. Marshall.

Her aged father, Peter Marshall; two brothers, Edward and Charles of Simcoe, and three sisters, Mrs. Alfred Harris of Detroit, Mrs. Thompson of Woodstock, both formerly of Simcoe, and Mrs. Wise of Simcoe, are also survivors.

Deceased, who was formerly Jennie Mason, was born near Wokingham [sic], Berks, England, and came to this county when only a young girl, with her family, who settled first in Port Ryerse, later coming to Simcoe.

Her married life was spent almost entirely in Simcoe, where her husband for a number of years had a pork-shop. She has only lived in London for a short time. She was a member of the Methodist church.

The body was brought to Simcoe, to the home of her brother, Charles Mason, and the funeral service was held at 1.30 on Tuesday afternoon to Oakwood cemetery. The Rev. Mr. Moir conducted the service, which was attended by numbers of her old friends.


 

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