Etc. -- Mrs. Chas. E. McKim's 1917 obituary
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A lightly edited transcription of a page 4 article from 15 Nov 1917 Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

Mrs. Chas. E. McKim
dies at St. Thomas

There passed away at the Amasa Wood Hospital at 
St. Thomas, on Wednesday evening, 7 Nov 1917, a 
well-known resident of Houghton Townshipi, in the person of Mrs. McKim, wife of Charles Edgar McKim, 
of that place, in her 35th year.

The deceased was born in Peterborough County and 
had resided in that vicinity for many years. 

She was taken ill with appendicitis a few days ago 
and was brought to St. Thomas where she died.

Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons and 
one daughter, namely, Earl Lawrence, Pearl Laurel, 
and Alvin H., her parents Mr. & Mrs. Ephraim Phillips, Peterborough County, a brother on active service, and three sisters.

During her life she was a consisent member of the Methodist Church at Guysboro.

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