Etc. -- Mrs. Charlotte Rosina (Herbert) Cripps' 1935 obituary
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A lightly edited transcript of a page 5 article from the 7 Mar 1935 issue of the Simcoe Reformer.

Mrs. Edward Cripps

Following a lengthy illness, the death occurred at her home, 344 Talbot street north, Simcoe, early Sunday morning of Charlotte Rosina Herbert, widow of the late Edward Cripps, in her 86th year.

She was a native of Croyden, Surrey, England and was predeceased by her husband 30 years ago.

Surviving are three sons and four daughters:
Herbert Cripps of England
William Cripps of Simcoe
Jack Cripps of Vineland,
Miss Charlotte Cripps of Simcoe
Mrs. Frost of England
Mrs. Harry French of Tillsonburg, and
Miss Susan Cripps of England.

The funeral was held privately from her late residence on Tuesday afternoon with interment in Oakwood Cemetery.

Rev. W. E. V. McMillan, rector of Trinity Anglican Church officiated at the service. The bearers were: George Allen, William Iliffe, Phillip Colwell, Edward Cripps, William Watson and John Cripps.

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