Etc. -- Henry James Morrison's 1920 obituary
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A lightly edited transcription of a page 12 article published in the 22 Jan 1920 Simcoe Reformer. 

Henry James Morrison

Many friends in this town and vicinity will regret to learn of the sudden death of Henry J. Morrison, which occurred at Sinclair, Manitoba on Friday, 9 Jan 1920, following an attack of heart trouble.

The late Mr. Morrison was born at Mount Pleasant, and lived there and around Brantford during his early life.

He was a member of the I.O.F., and possessing a quiet, genial disposition, made a host of friends in this community.

Some 13 years ago he was married to Mary Brittain, and moved to Sinclair, where he had since resided.

He leaves to mourn his loss, besides a sorrowing wife and two children, five sisters and one brother:
Mrs. Wm. Brittain and 
Mrs. John Dyer of Brantford, 
Mrs. William Cumin of Port Ryerse, 
Mrs. George H. Jones of Walsh, 
Mrs. (Dr.) H. Genung of Freeville, N.Y., and John E. of St. Thomas.

The funeral was held on Sunday, 11 Jan 1920 to the Presbyterian Cemetery at Sinclair, Manitoba.

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