There passed away on Tuesday
afternoon after many years of suffering, at her late residence, Mrs.
Deceased met with a sad
accident about thirty six years ago, by having her dress catch on
fire, and before assistance arrived she was severely burned, and in
spite of all that loving hands and her physician could do the wound
never healed, which affected the spine.
During all those years of
suffering she never murmured, but bore it with Christian patience
and fortitude, trusting in Jesus.
She was a gentle, kind and
obliging neighbor and friend.
A short time ago she realized
that her days on earth were nearly ended, and she chose the passage
of scripture that should be read at her funeral and also the
The funeral on Thursday
afternoon was very largely attended and was conducted by Rev. Mr.
Zimmerman, after which the remains were laid at rest in the Kelvin
Deceased leaves to mourn her
demise a sorrowing husband and three daughters, Mrs. Ernest Smith of
Teeterville, Mrs. R. Hare of Port Dover, and Mrs. Geo. Burton of
Wilsonville, and two great grandchildren, all of who have the
deepest sympathy of the community in their hour of sadness.