Etc. -- Mary M (Palmerton) Walsh's 1930 obituary
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A lightly edited transcription of a page 1 article published in the 10 Jul 1919 Simcoe Reformer.  


Mary M. Palmerton, beloved wife of the late Aquila Walsh, passed away at her home in Middleton on Friday, 4 Jul 1930 in her 77th year.

The funeral was held on Sunday, 6 Jul 1930 from Walsh's Furniture Parlours, Simcoe, and the service took place in Walsh Baptist Church, conducted by Rev. Mr. Suggitt, with interment at Walsh Baptist Cemetery.

She leaves to mourn one brother, Sylvester of Middleton, with home she resided; one son, Harry of Boston, Mass.; four daughters, Mrs. Sidman of Rochester, N.Y., Mrs. Williams of Los Angeles, Col. [sic], Mrs. Broomfield and Mrs. Greylis of New York City.

The bearers were: Frank Taylor, Geo. Jones, Wm. Johnson, Chas. Walsh, Oliver Walsh, and W. W. Walsh.

Friends and relatives from a distance included: Mr. and Mrs. John Foss, 
Mr. and Mrs. Misner and 
Mr. and Mrs. Fairchild of Mt. Pleasant; 
Mrs. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Kickby of Brantford; 
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Palmerton of Forrestville 
and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Neil of Port Royal.

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