Etc. -- Emma (Williams) (Chambers) Bradt's 1919 obituary
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A lightly edited partial transcription of the Port Rowan column on page 5 of the 2 Oct 1919 issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

Mrs. Emma Bradt, after a somewhat short but severe illness, passed away quite suddenly at her residence in this village last Friday.

She was alone when the end came, but was discovered by her sister, Mrs. J. B. Davis, soon after the event happened.

The deceased was twice married, her first husband being Daniel Chambers, and after his death she married the late A. B. Bradt.

Her maiden name was Emma Williams, a daughter of the late Titus Williams, and was born on the old Williams homestead, now a part of this village, 72 years ago.

Among the surviving relatives are one sister and two brothers: Harriet, Mrs. J. B. Davis of Port Rowan, Charles and Titus of Simcoe and Port Dover respectively.

The service was conducted by the Rev. J. Melvin Smith, and was conducted at the home on Friday evening. The remains were taken the early morning train on Saturday to Port Dover for interment.

Copyright 2017 John Cardiff