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A lightly edited transcription of a page 1 article from 3 Jan 1918 issue of Waterford Star newspaper.
Death of Mrs. Rob. J. McKiee
Simcoe, Dec. 29 -- A former resident of Simcoe, in the person of Mrs. Robert J. McKiee, died on Christmas Day at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. M. Elliott in Crete, Nebraska, after a week of illness, pneumonia being the cause of death.
Mrs. McKiee, who
was in her 58th year, was predeceased by her husband some 11
Mrs. McKiee was a
daughter of the late James Cutting. She is survived, by her only
daughter Mrs. Elliott, two brothers and three sisters: James and
William R. Cutting and
The body is expected in Simcoe on Saturday, accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. Elliott, and the funeral will take place on Sunday at 2.30 p.m. from Trinity church to Oakwood Cemetery.
It is about three
years since Mrs. McKiee left Simcoe to go with her daughter, who is
A lightly edited partial transcript of the Local Interest column on page 10 of the 3 Jan 1918 issue of Simcoe Reformer.
The funeral of the late Mrs.
Susie McKiee, who died at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. McKiee had been ill with pneumonia for about a week, dying on Christmas Day in her 58th year.
She was the widow of Robert J. McKiee and a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Cutting. She had lived in Simcoe until about three years ago, when she went to Nebraska to make her home with her daughter.
Besides Mrs. Elliott, two
brothers and three sister survive. They are Messrs. James and
William R. Cutting and Mrs. Jonathan Porter
The service was held in
Trinity Church and interment took place at Oakwood Cemetery.