Etc. -- Cynthia S. (Miller) Hunter's 1916 obituary
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A lightly edited transcription of a page 12 article from the 22 Jun 1916 Simcoe Reformer.

Mrs. Cynthia S. Hunter died at her home in 
Port Dalhousie on Thursday, June 8th, 1916. 
The funeral took place the following Monday 
from her late residence, Ann and Queen Streets, 
in that village, to the Presbyterian Cemetery. 

The pallbearers were William Wilson, 
J. M. A. Waugh, John Denton, Samuel Denton, 
James Powell and A. E. [Nixx]. The funeral was 
attended by a large number of friends from 
Port Dalhousie, St. Catharines and Merritton. 

Among those present from out of town were three sisters of Mrs. Hunter: Miss Miller and Mrs. Lundy Jackson of Simcoe, Mrs. Jull of Detroit, and a niece, Miss Mae Price of Detroit. 

Mrs. Hunter was the widow of Captain David Hunter, who was for many years in charge of the lighthouse 
at Port Dalhousie, and a daughter of the late 
Captain Willett G. Miller of Simcoe.

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