Etc. -- Mr. and Mrs. James Tune's obituaries
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An lightly edited transcription of a page 1 article from 14 Mar 1912 Simcoe Reformer

The Late Mrs. Tune

The death occurred on Wednesday of last week of Mrs. James Tune, a resident of London for the past 30 years. 

Mrs. Tune was born in Simcoe 70 years ago yesterday, March 13th, and for many years resided here, her husband being the head of a firm manufacturing serated [sic] waters.

The business was later removed to London, but for a number of years Mr. Tune has not been actively engaged in business. 

Beside her husband, Mrs. Tune is survived by three sons, C. H., W. A., and J. A. Tune, all of London. 

John Hambidge of Aylmer is a brother, and Mrs. Charles Kitchen and Mrs. Lewis Collver of Bloomsburg are sisters of Mrs. Tune. Mrs. Collver has been visiting her sister, and at the time of her death was also confined to her room.

Mrs. Tune was a sister-in-law of Mrs. J. Thos. Murphy of town.

The funeral was held from Mrs. Tune's late residence to Woodland cemetery, London Friday afternoon at 2.30, the services being conducted by Rev. H. H. Bingham of Talbot Street Baptist Church.

An lightly edited transcription of a page 7 item in 14 Dec 1916 Simcoe Reformer

The death is announced of Mr. James Tune of London. He passed away on Thursday afternoon last, in his 81st year. 

Mr. Tune was born at Woodstock, but spent most of his life in Simcoe, before moving to London 34 years ago. When he left here it was to establish the soda water business that he and his sons carried on in London for many years. 

Three sons, W. A. and J. A. of London, and George E., of Stratford, survive. Charles, the oldest son, died last April. 

Mrs. J. Thomas Murphy, Stanley Street, is a sister.

[Complier's Comment: Her obituary lists three sons; his obituary lists four sons]

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