Gohl'd Grandmother's Obit

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Gohl'd Grandmother's Obit - - T. V. J. FARRY Thomas Vincent Joseph Fairy,...
- T. V. J. FARRY Thomas Vincent Joseph Fairy, 59, who had resided with his cousin, Mrs. A. G. smith, 903 Banning it., died there Sunday. The body It resting at the Barker funeral chapel, where prayers will be laid at 8.30 p.m. today. The funeral masi will be celebrated Wednesday, at 8.30 a.m., In St. Edward's rhurch, with burial In Asslnlhoine Memorial Park cemetery. Mr. Farry wai born at Perth, Ont., and had been employed with the C.P.R. 32 years before retirement In 1941. He wai a sleeping car conductor. Survivors Include his cousin, Mrs. Smith; two brothers, Jamoi. Vancouver, and Frank, Edmonton, and three sisters: Lucy, Lenore and Agnes, all of Ottawa. RONALD J. J. PAYNE Ronald J. J. Tayne, 24, youngest ion of Mrs. Walter F. Payne and the late Mr. Payne, nf 90 LanRSide it., died Monday after a long Illness. He wai born at 90 Lang - fide st. and had attended Mulvey school and Gordon Bell HiRh school. He was an active member of Young United church and the Natural History society of Manitoba. Besides his mother, lurvlvori In - rlude two sisters, Ella and Clara, at home; and a brother, Norman. The funeral service will be held Wednesday, at 2.45 p.m., In the r.ardlner funeral rhanei, wnn hurls! In Elmwood cemetery. Rev. W. E. Donnelly, pastor of Young church, will officiate. MRS. WILLIAM WILTON The funeral for Mrs. William Wilton. Sr., 92, pioneer resident of i Roland, wai held Thunday at Roland, with Rev. r. Rutherford officiating. Pallbearen were H. Prltchard, M. Young, H. B. Scott, W. E. Martin, George Fields and T. J. Lowe. Mrs, Wilton was the wife of William Wilton, Sr. The couple had been married 65 years, and came Weit and lettled on a homestead north o! the present site of Ro'ancl in 1879, moving Into town vhen they retired from farming In : 916. Besides her husband, Mrs. Wl'ton is survived by three daughte.n: Mrs. A. J. Loree, Central Butt, Sask.; Mrs. E. E. Gohl, Bolssevaln, and Mn. A. R. Glllnn, 378 Elm st Winnipeg; also three sons, Stanley, l nomas ana William, all of Roland. HOWARD MCMILLAN Word has been received by Mn. Jamei Ouellette, of Winnipeg, ot tne rleatti of her brother. Howard McMillan, on Sunday In Vancouver Mr. McMillan lived at Carmacki Yukon, for many years. He Is mr - vived by his widow, Mn. Alice Mc Millan; hii sister, Mrs. Ouellette and several nephewi and nieces in the west ALFRED GRAY The funeral irvlce for Alfred Gray, 82, of 606 Garfield It., who died Monday at nil home, will be iield Wednesday at 4.30 p.m. In the Mordue funeral home, with burial in Elmwood cemetery. Rev. W. C. Turney will officiate. Mr. Gray wsj a retired worker for the C.N.R. at the Transcona shops. He Is lurv.ved by his widow, Mrs. Louisa Ann Gray; three daughters. Wlnnlfred, Winnipeg; Evelyn, Edmonton, ind Jessie, ol Stsffs, England: trine ions,

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  1. The Winnipeg Tribune,
  2. 30 Mar 1943, Tue,
  3. Page 15

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