OBITUARIES FROM THE ORANGEVILLE BANNER FOR THE YEAR 1945

Source: Archives of Ontario - N258 Reel

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HALBERT


Mar.8,p.:Alexander Halbert - Alexander Halbert, at one time chief of police in Orangeville, died in the Hamilton Sanitarium on Friday, March 2nd, at the age of 28 years. He had been in failing health for five years. He was the son of Mrs. Halbert and the late Robert J. Halbert and was born on the 7th line, east, Mono. He resigned his position as police chief in Orangeville to go to Guelph where he served on the city police force fro some years. From Guelph he went to Tillsonburg to accept the appointment of chief of police.
Besides his mother, who is now living in Guelph, he is survived by his wife, the former Edna Thomas, and two sons, John, aged 10, and Raymond, 5, living at 59 Glasgow St., Guelph. He was a member of the United Church.
Service was held at the Guelph home on Tuesday afternoon. Interment was made in Woodlawn cemetery, Guelph.

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