Winn. Tribune 25 Sept 1936

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Winn. Tribune 25 Sept 1936 - GEORGE A. THOMSON, RETIRED GAIN MAN, DIES IN...
GEORGE A. THOMSON, RETIRED GAIN MAN, DIES IN HOSPITAL George A. Thomson, retired grain dealer of 210 Hertford blvd. Tuxedo, formerly of ste. 12 Roslyn apts., died this morning at Winnipeg Winnipeg General hospital. With A. B. Gardiner funeral home In charge of arrangements funeral services will be held Monday Monday at 2.45 p.m., In the Gardiner chapel. Burial will he made In F.lmwood cemetery. Mr. Thomson was born at Montreal Montreal and was active in the grain business there until he moved to Winnipeg in 1910. He' had previously previously come to this city in 1891 and had spent the following two years here. In Montreal he was head of the grain firm, Thomson and Earl, and was well known in snorting circles. After moving to Winnipeg he carried carried on his own grain business here for a number of years. Besides his widow, two sons, Georeg Alex. Jr., of 196 Ash St., and David G.. of 201 Hertford blvd.. and one daughter, Mildred, at home, survive him.

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  1. The Winnipeg Tribune,
  2. 25 Sep 1936, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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