Late Mrs. C. G. Cross
In Simcoe, on 29 Feb 1917,
there passed away one of its oldest and most respected residents in
the person of Adelia Wood, beloved wife of Charles G. Cross, in her
The deceased had been a
patient sufferer for about a year and recently underwent an
operation from which she never rallied.
The funeral took place from
the family residence,
84 Colborne Street north, on Friday afternoon, conducted by the Rev.
J. H. McBain, with impressive ceremony. The funeral was largely
attended and the floral tributes were many and beautiful.
The deceased is survived by
her husband, three sons,
G. Harry of Mt. Clemens, Mich.,
Arthur F., now overseas in the cause of his country,
Charles H. of Levering, Mich., and three daughters,
Mrs. A. Harvey of Vancouver, B.C.,
Mrs. R. J. Caswell of Niagara Falls, Ont., and
Mrs. D. Wyatt Goodlett, at home.
She is also survived by one
sister, Mrs. Frank Freeman of St. Thomas, and two brothers, Charles
of London, Ont., and Ernest of Valcan [sic], Sask.
Mrs. Cross had been a
continuous resident in the family home for over 40 years.
Much sympathy is extented to
the bereaved family for the loss of a faithful wife and loving
Mr. Harry Cross of Mt.
Mrs. A. Harvey of Vancouver, B.C., and
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Caswell of Niagara Falls South
attended the funeral, as did Mrs. Freeman of St. Thomas.