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The Late Mrs. McIntyre
The funeral of the late Mrs. Robt. McIntyre, sister of Mr. Robt. Richardson of Toronto Line, North, took place in Toronto last week. Service was conducted at the house by Rev. Dr. J. G. Inkster, assisted by Dr. Pidgeon and Dr. Winchester and interment took place in Mt. Pleasant cemetery. The pallbearers were her two sons, Bruce and Donald, Dr. Reg. McIntyre of New York, a brother-in-law, Ernest Richardson, a nephew and Robt. Richardson, a brother.
   The late Mrs. McIntyre was formerly Jennie Richardson, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Richardson, and was born near Streetsville, 59 years ago. In 1904 she was married to Mr. Robert C. McIntyre, who, besides two sons, Donald and Bruce, leave to mourn a devoted wife and mother. She was an active member of Knox Presbyterian church, Toronto, and was highly regarded by all who knew her.
   She also leaves to mourn five sisters and two brothers: Annie of Toronto, Minnie (Mrs. Dovielle) of Rochester, Lucy (Mrs. Wm. Guest) of Brownsville Jct., Maine, Ada of Boston, Ed. of Detroit, Robt. of Flesherton, John of Toronto and Wm. in Winnipeg. Much sympathy is expressed to the family in the loss they have sustained.
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The name of Mrs. Thos. Mann of Owen Sound was omitted from the obituary of the late Mrs. Robt. McIntyre in last week’s issue. Mrs. Mann is a sister of Mr. Robt. Richardson of Flesherton and also of the late Mrs. McIntyre.
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Source: unknown as obits found in a scrapbook

Submitted by: G Thompson

Transcribed by: Gerald Dunnill

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Transcribed newspaper obituaries of Grey County residents, whether from the 1800s or 1900s are welcome for posting. Scans are not necessary as the emailed text is stylized on the web page as a reasonable approximation of the original obituary.

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