Etc. -- James A. Henry's 1920 obituary
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A lightly edited partial transcription of the Waterford column on page 2 of the 12 Feb 1920 issue 
of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper. 

On Saturday, 7 Feb 1920, the death took place of James A. Henry, a miller by trade, who for 40 years had been in the employ of Duncombe Bros.

Owing to ill-health he gave up his trade in April, 1919. His trouble developed into pernicious anaemia, resulting in death.

The deceased is survived by a sorrowing widow, one daughter: Mrs. Roy Beemer of Townsend, one sister: Mrs. Geo. Doughty of Simcoe, and three brothers: Judson of Toronto, Duff and Lewis of Chiciago.

To these sorrowing relatives is extended the sincere sympathy of their many friends.

The remains were laid away in Greenwood Cemetery on Monday at 2:30 p.m., the Rev. H. Wilkins officiating.

Those who attended the funeral from a distance were: Mr. Duff Henry, and 
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Henry of Chicago,
Mrs. H. Wilson of Toronto,
Mr. Lew Doughty of Buffalo,
Mrs. Clemens and 
Mrs. Thomas Henry of Hespeler,
Mr. Shaver of Woodstock,
Oscar and Thomas Macklem and 
Mrs. Anderson of Hamilton, and 
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Doughty of Simcoe.

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