Gleaner Extracts 1926

01-17-1926 Wilfred C. Sweet, beloved husband of Bertha Dustin, and only son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sweet, died at his home in Brooklet PQ, age 32 years 01 month 10 days.

01-21-1926 Genevieve Agnes Wagner, dearly beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wagner, died at north Bangor New York, age 02 years. Interred in Saint Mary's Cemetery.

01-30-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. W. A McHardy, at Powerscourt PQ, a daughter.

01-25-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Emma T. Murphy, at Huntingdon PQ, a son.

01-21-1926 Donald J. Beattie, of Ormstown PQ, married Miss Ada Margaret Arnold, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A Arnold. At the residence of the brides parents, in Dundee PQ, by the Rev. C.A. Haughton.

01-25-1926 Nancy McMillan, widow of the late James Gage, died at Dundee Center PQ, at the home of her son-in-law, C. R. Grant, aged 89 years 21 days.

01-31-1926 Drusilla Nelson, wife of Charles K. Morris, of Wallace Nova Scotia, died at the home of her son in law, A. E. Stringer, in Toronto Ont., aged 74 years. Funeral was held from a home of her son-in-law, George T. Hunter, on Wednesday afternoon. Interred at Huntingdon PQ.

02-01-1926 Margaret S. McClymont, wife of the late D.A. Cunningham, died at Hemmingford PQ, age 64 years.

02-07-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A Daoust, a daughter, (Marie Lucienne)

02-09-1926 Sarah Murphy, beloved wife of Frederick Brooks, and sister of Mr. Arthur Merry, of St. Agnes PQ, died suddenly in New York City, Interred in New York.

(Not dated) Hannah Louisa Goodfellow, wife of A.R. Wilson, died at her home, at 2103 Hutchinson Street, Montreal PQ, aged 60 years.

02-10-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Russell Waddell, at Carlsbad Springs, Ont., a daughter.

02-17-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Cairns, at Elgin Township PQ, a son.

02-12-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Grant, at Dundee Center PQ, a daughter, (Lois Margaret)

02-04-1926 Florence Raymond, daughter of Mrs. John Raymond, of Messina New York, married Harold J. Dear, of Glenelm PQ. at Messina New York.

02-11-1926 Alexander Murchison, formerly of Dundee PQ, died at Malone,N.Y..

02-15-1926 John C. Fee, died at Glenelm PQ, aged 78 years.

02-07-1926 Sarah Ann Dunn, widow of the late George A. Wheatley, died at the residence of her son, Henry R. Wheatley, of Norton Creek PQ, aged 85 years.

02-15-1926 Joseph Walsh, died at Huntingdon PQ, aged 79 years. He leaves surviving three daughters and two sons, Florence, Frances, and John A, who reside at the farm homestead, Mrs. Stephen Flynn of Huntingdon, and Mrs. Hugh Morgan of Bridgeport Connecticut. One sister is also living, Mrs. Alice Golden of Los Angeles CA. Funeral was held Wednesday morning at St. Joseph's Church, in Huntingdon PQ.

02-17-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A Martin, (nee Margaret Leahy), at the Woman's Hospital, Montreal PQ, a daughter.

02-20-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moneypenny, in Franklin PQ, a son, (Harry)

02-23-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ogilvie, at Nantel, PQ, a daughter.

02-14-1926 Rev. Thomas Corbett, died at Edmonton AB.

02-03-1926 Lucinda Moore, widow of the late John McLaurin, a Vankleek Hill, Ont., and daughter of the late William Moore, of Covey Hill PQ, died at the residence of her nephew, Mr. Orville Smith, in Schenectady New York, aged 86 years.

02-22-1926 Elizabeth Leitch, wife of the late George Kilgour, died at her residence, The Island, Jamestown PQ, aged 85 years.

02-25-1926 To Mr. and Mrs.Elvin M.Wood, at Powerscourt PQ, a son. (Ronald Hay Wood).

02-27-1926 Janet Muir, widow of the late John Darby, died at Ormstown PQ, age 77 years.

(Not dated) Rebecca Rennick's, died at 2080 Esplande Avenue, Montreal PQ, aged 90 years. Funeral from St. John's Church, Huntingdon, upon arrival of C. N. R. train on Saturday morning.

03-10-1926 Robert Cavers Ovens, of Ormstown PQ, married Miss Myrtle Gwendolyn Helm. At the home of the bride, in Kensington PQ, by Rev. E. E. Mowatt.

03-05-1926 S. J. Geddes, died in Howick PQ, aged 62 years. The service was held in St. Paulís united Church, under the direction of the Masons.

(Not dated) Jane Clark, widow of the late Samuel Clark, and mother of Mrs. James Black, of Williamstown Ont., died at her late residence, second concession of Charlottenburgh, Ont., age 75 years.

03-08-1926 Thomas J. Higgins, died at the residence of his son, Philip, aged 91 years.

03-08-1926 Samuel M. Miller, died at his residence, in Dundee PQ, age 81 years. Masonic General from Zion Church.

02-16-1926 John S. Seely, son of the late Hiram Seely, died in Arcata, California, age 78 years.

03-02-1926 Dr. H. H. Stickney, died at Constable New York, age 71 years.

03-12-1926 George J. White, beloved husband of Jessie Sutherland, died at his late residence in Valleyfield PQ, funeral at Huntingdon PQ on Friday morning.

03-10-1926 John A. Stephen, married Miss Ida Matthews, of Vancouver BC, (at home after March 15, at 720 Jarvis Street, Vancouver BC).

03-07-1926 Agnes Anderson Lumsden, eldest daughter of the late William Lumsden, and wife of the late Abram H. Hendrickson, died at her home, aged 65 years 06 months.

03-22-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Uclide J. Boucher, (nee Nettie Simpson) at Chateauguay New York, a daughter. (Eunice Jean)

02-09-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Struthers, at Bethune SK, a daughter.

03-12-1926 To Major and Mrs. C. W. Hewson, of Lacolle PQ,at the Maternity Hospital, Montreal PQ, a daughter.

03-15-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Struthers, at Disley, SK, a son.

03-18-1926 Mrs. Daniel Boyd, Huntingdonís oldest Citizen, passed away at the home of her grandson, Huntley Boyd. Mrs. Boyd, (Rhoda Chase) was born on March 04, 1834 she lived under four Soverigns, a privilege which comes too few people. She was married in 1857 to Mr. Daniel Boyd, of Montreal PQ. That couple with their family came to Huntingdon in 1867. The late Mrs. Boyd is survived by two brothers, George Chase, of Port Erie, Ont., and Isaac Chase, of Montreal, two daughters, Mrs. W. A. Richardson, of Chateauguay Basin PQ, and Mrs. James Todd, of the Gore, Hinchinbrook PQ. Also three sons, Malcolm of Montreal, J. Clark, of Huntingdon, and D. A, of Saskatoon SK. She is also survived by 12 grandsons and 13 grand daughters, and 22 great-grandchildren. Funeral services at St. Andrewís Church, were conducted by Rev.Dr J.B.Maclean.

03-17-1926 Emily J. Rowe, married Robert H. Blair, of Hemmingford PQ. At the Manse, in Russeltown PQ, by the Rev. T. S.St.Aubin.

03-18-1926 Peter James Auger, died at Glenelm PQ, age 73 years.

03-14-1926 William Edward Brigham, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. F. Brigham, died at Watson, SK, aged 11 years 11 months.

03-18-1926 Glenna Odell, beloved wife of Robert G. Hobson, and second daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George A Odell, of Chateauguay Basin PQ, died suddenly in Montreal PQ.

03-19-1926 Robert Orr Holmes, died at Fairholme Farm, Howick PQ, aged 50 years.

03-23-1926 Henry Gordon McCullough, died at Montreal General Hospital, age 26 years.

03-15-1926 Margaret Shearer, Widow of the late Henry McKay, died at Morden Manitoba, aged 76 years 07 months.

03-27-1926 Hiram S. Taylor, died at Brooklet PQ, age 88 years 03 weeks. Interred at Hillside Cemetery, Hinchinbrook PQ. Mr. Hiram S. Taylor, passed from this life at his home, in Herdman PQ. He was born on March 07, 1838, and has always be a resident of the same place. On June 27th, 1865, he was married to Clara A Boyce, who predeceased him November 26th, 1915. In 1866 he answered his countries call for volunteers and served as a soldier in the Fenian Raid and was recently one of the few left of his old company to answer the roll call and was presented by the government with a metal in recognition of his services. He is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Lucy at home, Mrs. Price and Mrs. Williams, of Minnesota, Mrs. Garland Hall, of Florida, and Mrs. William Fortune, of Holyoke MA, and three sons, William of Toronto Hunt area of, George of Los Angeles CA, and Arthur of this place.

03-26-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Hope, of Howick PQ, a son.

03-20-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. James Robert McKell, at Riverfield PQ, a daughter, (Janet Hamilton)

03-27-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Rene Michaud, at Huntingdon PQ, a son, (Joseph John)

03-17-1926 Mildred Purse Henderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Henderson, of the Gore, Hinchinbrook PQ, married Benjamin Douglas, of New Erin, Godmanchester PQ. At St. Paul's Church, in Herdman PQ, by the Rev. M. W. Naughton.

03-29-1926 Robert Bennie M.D., son of the late Robert Bennie, of Riverfield PQ, died at Sault Ste.Marie, Michigan, age 64 years.

03-23-1926 Lawrence Alexander Bruce, second son of Archie A Bruce, of Huntingdon PQ, died suddenly at Rochester NY, of meningitis, age 31 years 10 months 11 days.

03-30-1926 Mrs. Edith Downer, died at Kensington PQ, age 74 years. Funeral will be held at Kensington. Interred at Kensington PQ. She was formerly Miss Annie Bruce, born in London England, her father was Major in the 23rd Scottish regiment. While a girl she traveled to different parts of the empire. Her father was stationed for some time in the Isle of Wight, Malta, Gibraltar, West Indies, and India. It was while she was in India that the Indian mutiny took place. She married it George W. Downer and a few years after came to Canada with her husband and three little boys, spending three years in Elgin. While here the youngest boy Joseph, was accidentally drowned. Then she and her husband and two boys moved to MA. They moved from there to Bar Harbor, Maine, coming back to Massachusetts in three years. While there she ran a restaurant, desiring to spend her last days in Canada she came back about ten years ago and lived in her own home which he had built. Her second son Ronald, died a few years ago, his body being brought here for interment. Her husband also predeceased her, having died in Vancouver BC. Her eldest son, Moses and her daughter-in-law, two grandsons and one great grandson survive her.

03-19-1926 Gabriel B. Elder, died at Ansonia, Connecticut, age 82 years. Formerly of Elgin Township PQ.

03-26-1926 James A. McCracken, formerly of Boyd Settlement, Hinchinbrook PQ, died at Enfield NH, age 86 years. He was the son of the late Alexander McCracken. He worked as a wheelwright and general blacksmith for over fifty years. For the past number of years since the death of his wife he has resided with his daughter, Mrs. W. A Wilmot, who with her husband and two children, remained to mourn his loss. Also one brother, Mr. Robert McCracken of Huntingdon PQ, and one sister, Mrs. William Johnson, Hillsdale Ont, survive him.

03-26-1926 Dorothy McMillan, formerly of Maybank PQ, died at Summerstown Ont, at the home of her cousins, Miss Sarah Oxley, and Mrs. H. Money, of Summerstown Ont. funeral service was held in Summerstown on Sunday afternoon and interment made in the Isle of Skye Cemetery, on Monday. The burial service was conducted by the Rev. Mr. Gardner of Fort Covington New York. She leaves to mourn her loss, Mrs. Petes of Los Angeles CA, and her brother, Alex, of Chicago,Ill and many cousins.

03-28-1926 Miss Zeoy Ouimet, died at the residence of her brother, in Huntingdon PQ, aged 80 years, formerly of Boyd Settlement, Hinchinbrook PQ.

03-19-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. C. Lyall Sparrow, at New Erin, Godmanchester PQ, a son, (Adrian Herbert)

04-03-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. James A. Dawson, at Huntingdon PQ, a son.

04-03-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. J. Hearn Graham, at Herdman PQ, a daughter.

04-03-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. William J. McCartney, at Anderson's Corners, Hinchinbrook PQ, twin sons.

04-06-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Moriarty, at Montreal Maternity Hospital, a daughter.

04-03-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. J. Earle Ness, at Howick PQ, a daughter.

04-01-1926 John Cluff, eldest son of the late James Cluff of Port Lewis PQ, died in Detroit MI, age 74 years.

04-05-1926 James J. Curran, died at St Anicet PQ, age 90 years.

04-01-1926 Annie McCartney, beloved wife of Thomas Drysdale, died at Howick PQ, age 75 years 11 months.

04-02-1926 Mary Ann Baird, wife of the late John Elder, died at Athelstan PQ, age 84 years.

04-05-1926 George J. Ewart, only son of the late John and Sarah Ewart of Trout River, and husband of Laura Jean Barker, died at Kilbain PQ, age 60 years.

03-29-1926 Margaret Finn, Widow of the late James Finn, formally of Port Lewis PQ, died at Huntingdon PQ.

03-31-1926 Hannah Reardon, wife of J. Daniels Stowell, died suddenly at St. Agnes PQ, age 54 years.

(Not dated) Edward Turcot, beloved husband of Emma Viau, died at his late residence, 259 Laurier East, Montreal PQ, age 42 years. Funeral at St Chrysostome PQ.

(A note of interest) Mr. N. W. Sparrow, manager of the local branch of the bank of Montreal, returned home over the weekend from his trip to the southern states. Upon the request of the gleaner, Mr. Sparrow conscented to pen a few brief items about his trip which we feel certain will be read with much interest by many of our readers. (Quote)

I left Huntingdon on the 29th January. It was a very cold day, thermometer registering twenty degrees below. The next morning I arrived in New York where it was much milder, and was able to take a ride on the upper deck of a fifth Avenue bus. Also visited Wall Street, and the financial district, and as it was my first visit to New York, it naturally interested me very much. I had a good view of the city from the 60th story of the Woolworth building, said to be about 750 feet high. Leaving New York, friends were visited along the Delaware River. At one point a monument marks the spot where general Washington crossed over during the war of independents. This river winds through a lonely section of dairy country and the farmers appeared to be quite progressive. My next stop was in Washington for a couple of days. One morning was spent in the house of representatives, and the other in the Senate. Vice President Daws was presiding. The question of allowing national banks to open branches in cities was being discussed in the house, while in the Senate a reduction of the income tax was under debate, with Sen. Norris of Nebraska as the principal speaker. None of the members appeared to be taking any interest in the debates. Several seemed to be enjoying a good chew of tobacco, and were experts in hitting the cuspidor at a good distance. The president is very seldom present at any of these meetings, but confines himself to the White House where his duties are very heavy. A memorial to Abraham Lincoln, situated on an artificial lake, was also worth seeing. The building appeared to be perfectly white. His statute was placed in the center and presented a very imposing figure. Another place of interest was the national Museum where all kinds of automobiles and railway engines were shown from their beginning, and marked a wonderful advancement of this equipment in recent years. Washington was left behind at 3 p.m.. A blizzard was blowing from the North. The next morning northern Florida was reached. In the vicinity of Jacksonville. The day was warm and with flowers bursting into bloom, reminded one of the month in June in Huntingdon. Close connections was made here for New Orleans, 750 miles distant and which was reached the next morning at 730 a.m.. This city is very level the Mississippi. Years ago canals were dug in the center of most of the streets and were used to drain the city of its surplus water. On account of these canals the streets had to be made wide and remains so to the present day. They canals are now all covered and are used by the street railway for their right-of-way. Pumping stations are located every few blocks, and after a rain our Kept busy emptying the canals into the river. On account of the wet conditions of the land, the cemeteries are all built above ground. Each lot has to the appearance of the small ball, foundations for buildings erected in the city rest on the piles driven down to a great depth. The residence appeared to take life easy, they remain up late at night and then sleep most of the morning. The street railway officials are very polite. When you get on a car they say good morning and when you leave they bid you goodbye. It is 2400 miles from New Orleans to Los Angeles. There is not much to see between the two points. After leaving the former city the entire train is ferried across the Mississippi. The engine is placed in the center of the boat. The coaches are then run in on either side. These engines are large oil burners and are run for 800 miles at a stretch, the crews being changed probably every 250 miles. Owing to the depth of mud in the river it has been impossible to get a foundation strong enough to support a bridge. A lot of prairie is seen while passing through Texas. In Arizona there is very low growth until the foothills are reached when some distance we passed through a salt desert, and where at the time some 300 feet below sea level. Our highest point reached in Texas was around 5000 feet, and above the same in Arizona. Snow-capped peaks could easily be seen from both these altitudes. It is very dry in both of these states. In some parts it has not rained for seven years, and as a result has ruined many ranchers. At one station we saw a large sign in front of a restaurant with the following, free lunch served whenever in rains. We were informed it was a longtime since they had to give any free meals. After passing into California and descending the slopes into the Valley a wonderful changes is noticed. Everything is a green from the winter rains. Peach and almond trees are in bloom. Ranches and orchards are heavy laiden with fruit. Only a day was spent in Los Angeles. It was raining so hard that points of interest could not be reached. A night's run brought us onto the San Joaquin Valley. It is situated halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco and above 100 miles in land from the Pacific Coast. Fifteen hundred dollars per acre for orange groves. Three weeks were sent in Porterville and Exeter with friends. These towns are at the foot of the Sierra Nevada range. The valley is noted for its oranges, lemons, grapefruit, olives, grapes and all kinds of vegetables. Mixed farming is also carry Dawn. Hog and poultry raising are important industries. Higher up in the Hills thousands of head of cattle are fattened. Rain is badly needed in December, Jan. and February. This makes no in the mountains and is used later in the summer to fill the irrigation ditches in the Valley's below. During parts of the summer the temperature goes as high as 125. When it gets very warm a large number of the residence go up into the mountains where their camps are located. An altitude of 5000 feet is quite comfortable. Our ranches cannot be picked until they show a certain percentage of sugar and are examined by government officials from time to time. He could orange ranch is worth from fifteen hundred per and up. Leaving here two days were spent with friends and San Francisco and Oakland Cal.. A motor bus trip of three hours gave one a good idea of the important points of interest in and around these points. From the top of the Twin Peaks, 1200 feet high, an excellent view of the cities is obtained. Other points of interest are golden Gate Park, the University of California, Berkeley, Piedmont, and the residential district of Oakland. The principal street in San Francisco is market Street. On itre fourlectric car lines. To a visa are owned privately and to by this city. Both are said to be making a profit. Cable cars are operated on the side streets, some of which are very steap. The trip up the Coast was made by rail. The Sacramento River was followed for about 300 miles. A lovely view of Mount Shasta was obtained. This mountain is about 15,000 feet high and is snow capped most of the year. We appeared to be winding around it most of the day and reached an altitude of 5000 feet. The roadbed could be seen below us on three different levels and was well worth seeing. The sun shining brightly added much to the beauty of the Hills. A couple of days were spent with friends in Kelso Washington. Here are one of the largest sawmills in the world was visited. They employ 2000 hands and turned out over a million feet of lumber daily. It to two hours and a half to go through it with a guide. Logs of 10 feet in diameter were handled automatically and very quickly. The sail on Puget Sound from Seattle to Victoria and Vancouver was most enjoyable and as the day was clear the snow capped mountains could be seen most of the way. Seattle is becoming quite a seaport, it's beautifully situated and has a good Harbor. The trip to the Canadian Rockies was also very arresting. Shortstops were also made at Kamloops, Calgary and when up a. Nothing could be seen passing through the couriers as they were for the most part covered with snow. We did noticed something, however, and we are glad that we have never seen at around Huntingdon, on farm after farm we saw implements left in the fields covered with snow. They appeared to be left where last used and the custom was general for miles some miles, and cannot help but cut short the life of the machine. There was very little snow in Winnipeg. They have had a very mild winter. A few days were spent across the border in northern Minnesota. This used to be good wheat section, but of late is going more into mixed farming. We were sorry to see several small local banks closed. They had loaned to heavily on farm property and were forced out of business, showing to a great extent the advantages of our strong branch banking system in Canada. Chicago, Detroit and Toronto were also visited. In all a little over 9000 miles were covered. We were glad to get away and equally glad to get back to work once more.

04-07-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Sutherland, a son, (Donald Thomas)

04-10-1926 Alexander Brown, beloved husband of Elizabeth Elliott Craig, died at Howick PQ, age 80 years.

04-14-1926 Thomas Vine, died at Huntingdon PQ, age 43 years. Funeral from St. Andrew's Church, Interred at Huntingdon PQ.

04-16-1926 To Mr. and Mrs.P.N. April, at St. Martine PQ, a daughter.

04-01-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Stanislas Caza, at Huntingdon PQ, a daughter.

04-15-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. James E. Donnelly, at Glenelm PQ, a son, (James Leland)

04-17-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Gamble, at Herdman PQ, a daughter, (Beatrice Viola)

04-19-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore, (nee Ethel Blair) of Ellenburgh New York, at Mooers New York, a daughter, (Elsie Margaret)

04-14-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith, (nee Sadie Cleland), at Campbell's Bay, PQ, a son.

04-13-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. W. A White, at River Bend Farm, White's Station PQ, a son, (Lloyd John)

04-14-1926 Bertha Durocher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Durocher, married Mr. Candide Durenceau, of Messina New York. At St. Anicet PQ, by father Reid.

04-14-1926 Eva Mae MacGibbon Davidson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davidson, married William Curtis McPherson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McPherson, of Dundee PQ. At the residence of the brides parents, in St. Agnes de Dundee PQ, by Rev. C A Haughton.

04-15-1926 James Leland Donnelly, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Donnelly, died at Glenelm PQ.

04-17-1926 Samuel Henderson, died at the Gore, Hinchinbrook PQ, age 77 years 02 months 29 days.

04-17-1926 George James McKay, beloved husband of Edith Farr, died at Hemmingford PQ.

04-18-1926 George Pardellian, died at Montreal PQ, age 59 years.

04-20-1926 Frederick Brown, died at the Plattsburgh New York Hospital, age 44 years. He leaves to mourn his loss his widow, (nee Bertha Moore) his mother, Mrs. James Brown, three sisters, Susie, Maria and Jessie and three brothers, William at Vancouver, Malcolm and George at Barrington PQ,

04-22-1926 Hannah J. Odell, widow of the late Robert Curry, died at Hemmingford PQ, aged 83 years.

04-26-1926 Hilda Flynn, wife of William Carrigan of Athelstan PQ, died at Valleyfield Hospital, age 23 years.

04-21-1926 John Conway, of Elgin Township PQ, died at Montreal PQ.

04-05-1926 Mrs. Mary Moore, widow of the late Hazelton Moore, and sister of the late Henry Seely, died at Arroys Grande, California, age 89 years.

04-25-1926 Duncans C. Stewart, beloved husband of Agnes Bruce, died at Huntingdon PQ, age 54 years.

05-01-1926 George Pringle, died at Boyd Settlement, Hinchinbrook PQ, age 82 years.

04-29-1926 Catherine E. Wilson, daughter of Mrs. W. E. Wilson, of New York City, died at the residence of her uncle, J. A. McDonald, of Valleyfield PQ.

05-10-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bradley, (nee Hazel Kearns), of Montreal PQ, at Hemmingford PQ, a son.

04-21-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. JC Henry, at Bethune Saskatchewan, a daughter (Orva Mae)

05-01-1926 Ellen Rowe, daughter of the late J.P. Rowe, and wife of Hiram G. Spencer, died at her home, near Malone,N.Y., after a two-year illness. Age 70 years. Born in Franklin center PQ, she married Mr. Spencer at Franklin Center, 45 years ago. They resided in Malone several years and then went west. Later they returned to Franklin Center and about 20 years ago moved to Malone where they have since resided. Besides her husband she leaves two sisters, Mrs. Charles Clark of Winona Minnesota, and Mrs. A T Mars of Walpole Massachusetts, one brother, Arthur Rowe, of Blenheim Ont., Henry Rowe, a Malone,N.Y. is a cousin of the deceased and Mrs. Manley Beach a sister-in-law.

05-09-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hutchings, at Athelstan PQ, a son, (William Thomas)

05-03-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Milmine, at Sandusky Michigan, a daughter, (Donalda Jane)

05-03-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tannahill, at Huntingdon PQ, a daughter, (Gladys Mae)

05-04-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Edson, at the Cornwall General Hospital, a son.

05-07-1926 Arthur Moore, died at St. Agnes PQ, aged 78 years. Interred at St. Agnes.

05-10-1926 George Rogers, father of Mr. Ernest Rogers, Secretary of the Baumert Co. Ltd., died at West Bathurst NB.

05-09-1925 Marion C. Fortune, widow of Jesse Pearson, of Carp Ont., died at Huntingdon PQ, age 82 years.

05-03-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. James S. Henderson, at Westville New York, a son, (Campbell Gay)

05-19-1926 Margaret Gillies Goldie, wife of John Jolly, died at Brooklet PQ, age 70 years.

(Not dated) George H.Pardellian, died at Montreal PQ, aged 59 years. Interred at Huntingdon Protestant Cemetery on arrival of NYC train on Saturday morning, May 22nd, 1926.

05-03-1926 To Mr. and Mrs.M.A.Hatlelid, of Plessis,SK, at La Fleche, Saskatchewan, a daughter, (Avis Marion)

05-21-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McCallum, at Elgin Township PQ, a son, (William Patrick)

05-19-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. J. E. O'Byrne, at Calgary AB, a daughter.

05-25-1926 Miss Irene Tessier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tessier, of Dewittville PQ, married John Feeny, of Boyd Settlement, Hinchinbrook PQ. At St. Joseph's Church, in Huntingdon PQ, by the Rev. Father Derome.

05-18-1926 Alice Annie Gilmore, daughter of the late Andrew Gilmore, of Glenelm PQ, married John Sterling Todd, son of the late James Todd, of Ormstown PQ. At the Rectory, in Ormstown PQ, by the Rev. W. T. Payne.

05-24-1926 Andrew Henderson, died at Malone,N.Y..

05-23-1926 Norman Emerson Jack, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jack, of Hillside, and beloved husband of Agnes S. Gentles, and father of Margaret, Jean and Allan Jack, died at Chateauguay Basin PQ.

05-24-1926 Eliza Leahy, widow of the late T. O'Leary, formerly of Hinchinbrook PQ, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John McCaffrey, Ormstown PQ, age 85 years. Service took place at Hinchinbrook.

05-20-1926 James Sangster, formerly of Huntingdon PQ, died at the home of his son-in-law, Mr. Erickson, 8211 So, Lincoln Street, Chicago IL.

05-22-1926 Henry Sproule, son of the late Edward Sproule of Ormstown PQ, died at Toronto Ont., aged 75 years.

05-26-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. George E. McCutcheon, of Detroit MI, at Huntingdon PQ, a son, (James Everette)

05-25-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Bannon, a daughter, (Kathleen)

05-26-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. George Harrigan, at Huntingdon PQ, a son.

05-20-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. James Lamb, at Hillside Farm, Franklin Center PQ, a son, (Ross Merton)

05-25-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. James O. Levers, at Athelstan PQ, a son.

05-18-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Archie Marshall, at Trout River, a son, (Archie Thomas)

06-02-1926 Florence Rutherford McIntyre, daughter of Mr. Archibald McIntyre, formerly of Allen's Corners PQ, and the late Mary McWhinnie McIntyre, his wife, married Alexander W. J. Evans, of Hinchinbrook PQ. At St. Andrew's Manse, Huntingdon PQ, by Rev. Dr. MacLean.

05-31-1926 J. G. Carruthers, died at Howick PQ, age 77 years 10 months. Funeral at Georgetown Church.

05-25-1926 Willie Fitzsimmonds, died at Masonville PQ, age 70 years, formerly of the Gore, Hinchinbrook PQ.

06-01-1926 Mary Leehy, Widow of the late PW Leehy, died at St Anicet PQ.

05-27-1926 Herbert James Levers, infant son off Mr. and Mrs. James O. Levers, died at Athelstan PQ.

06-01-1926 Susan Thompson, wife of Andrew Philps, M. L. A, died at Huntingdon PQ, age 76 years. Funeral from her late residence.

06-01-1926 Ellen A Macfarlane, daughter of the late George Macfarlane, and wife of Malcolm T. Robb, died at her home, in Huntingdon PQ, funeral services took place at St. Andrew's Church.

06-06-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Beattie, of Athelstan PQ, a daughter, (Elsie June)

06-06-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. John Blair, at Trout River, a daughter, (Caramel Theresa)

05-26-1926 Mrs. Rena O. Waller Johnson, daughter of David Johnson, of Franklin PQ, and wife of Dr. T. G. Waller, of Lowell MA, died at her home at 100 Princeton Street, Brooklyn NY, aged 65 years. Services were conducted by Rev. Charles S. Otto, pastor of St. Paul's M. E. Church, Interred at Lowell MA. She was represented by the Puritan Chapter, 54, of the order of the Eastern Star.

06-04-1926 Mary Ann Morrison, Widow of the late Frederick Kingswell, of Belfast Ireland, died at her late residence in Chateauguay PQ, age 82 years.

06-02-1926 Merrill Kerr, married Elizabeth Ida Anderson, daughter of the late Robert Anderson, of Georgetown PQ. At Georgetown Manse, by Rev. Dr. Whillans.

(Not dated) Mrs. Isabelle Crawford, Widow of the late Thomas Crawford, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kellock Douglass, in Chateauguay, with her, she had made her home during the past two years. Mrs. Crawford was in her 83rd year. The deceased was born in Elgin PQ, and her maiden name was Isabelle Johnson, she was the last member of a large family, her parents having come from Scotland a great many years ago and settled at Elgin Township, she was a sister of the late Jock, Robert and David Johnson, and of Mrs. William Philp, all well-known residence whose homes were in the north part of Burke or in the vicinity of Elgin. Mr. Crawford engaged in the merchant tile and lumber business, in Burke. Mr. Crawford's death occurred three years ago. There married life was one of happiness and prosperity and 5 years ago they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary,. She leaves surviving, two sons, David and Wellington J. Crawford of Burke. And four daughters, Mrs. Ella Douglass of Chateauguay, Mrs. G. A. Bombard, of Saranac Lake New York, Mrs. Mary Crawford, of Salt Late City, Utah. And Mrs. Elmer Mason of Burke. There are several grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

06-10-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Willard I Blair, at Sunnyside farm, Franklin center PQ, a son (Earle Willard)

06-02-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Sherry, at Victoria settlement, a son, (Hubert John Francis)

06-13-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Merson, at Hazelburn, Elgin PQ, a daughter, (still born)

06-59-1926 Nicol Campbell, formerly of Huntingdon PQ, died at Ayers Cliff, PQ, at the residence of his nephew, Dr. Cecil Brown,

06-15-1926 Mary Esther Gladys Walsh, daughter of Mr. W. J. Walsh, died at the home of her father at New Erin, Godmanchester PQ, age 31 years, funeral held at St. Joseph's Church.

06-20-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Anderson, at Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, a daughter.

06-16-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Feeny, at New Erin, Godmanchester PQ, a son, (James Gerald Moore)

06-21-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Knight, at 296 Wilson Avenue, Notre Dame de Grace, a son.

06-13-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lang, at Glenelm PQ, a daughter.

06-21-1926 Mildred Lockwood Montgomery Brereton, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brereton, married Thomas Walker Cluff, son of Mrs. R. J. Cluff, of Huntingdon PQ. At St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Toronto Ont., by the Rev.Stuart Parker, assisted by Rev. Dr. Eakin.

06-16-1926 Evelyn Vera Dey, daughter of Mr. Thomas Edgar Dey, and the late Mrs.Dey, of Westmount PQ, married John Merrit Purcell, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Purcell, of Huntingdon PQ. At Stanley Prespyterian Church, Westmount PQ, by Rev. W. D. Reid, D. D..

06-19-1926 Clifford P Grover, died suddenly at Malone,N.Y., age 51 years.

06-19-1926 Berne (Bee) McFadden, died at New York, age 22 years.

06-19-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. N. Honsinger, at Huntingdon PQ, a son, (Francis Erick)

06-22-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. McGibbon, at Westville New York, a daughter, (Joyce Elma)

06-29-1926 Annie Louise LeGros, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.T Legros, of Barachois, Gaspe County PQ, married Harold D. Cameron, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Cameron, of Dundee PQ. At the Manse, Huntingdon PQ, by Rev. J.B.Maclean, D. D..

06-23-1926 Loris B.Helliwell, daughter of Mr. A Helliwell and the late Mrs.Helliwell, married Ernest W. Helm, son of the late James Helm and Mrs. Helm of New Erin, Godmanchester PQ. At St. Anne's Church, Toronto Ont., by Rev. L. Skay.

06-23-1926 Mary Winifred Curran, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Curran, formerly of Huntingdon PQ, married Edmund L. Kearney, of Schenectady New York. At St. John the Evangeline Church, Schenectady New York, by Rev. father Cuddy.

06-30-1926 Miss Mary B. Feeny, daughter of the late William Feeny and Mrs. Feeny, married John J. Newell, of Calumet Island, PQ. At St. Joseph's Church, Huntingdon PQ.

06-26-1926 Edna Isabelle Clendenning, daughter of the late Thomas E. and Mrs. Clendenning, married Robert A Tedstone (Bert), son of Mr. and Mrs. William Tedstone, of Huntingdon PQ. At Montreal PQ, by Rev. James G. Potter.

06-22-1926 Mary Monique, Widow of the late Frank Allard, died at the residence of her son, in Huntingdon PQ, age 76 years. Funeral from St. Joseph's Church.

06-28-1926 Martha Jane, dearly beloved wife of Albert Armstrong, died at Valleyfield PQ.

06-23-1926 Samuel Barrington, died at Huntingdon PQ, age 80 years. Interred at Dundee PQ.

06-20-1926 Ellen Murphy, Widow of the late John J. Dinneen, formerly of St Anicet PQ, died at Fort Covington New York.

06-29-1926 Homer Grace, dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Grace, died at Valleyfield PQ, age 22 years. Funeral at Valleyfield PQ.

06-21-1926 Wilton McCoy, son of the late George McCoy, died at Chateauguay New York.

06-29-1926 William Wilson, died at his residence in Athelstan PQ, age 83 years.he was born in 1843 on the Gore, Hinchinbrook PQ. For over 60 years he carried on business as a wheelwright and general merchant. He was married in 1867 to Adaline Seely, daughter out the late John Seely of Elgin Township PQ. Four children were born, Lillian who died at five years of age, Henry, Alice and Mrs. Reese,all of Athelstan. Funeral held on Thursday, July 01, from his late residence.

07-02-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Irving, at LaGuerre PQ, a daughter.

07-02-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. O'Connor, at Clyde's Corners PQ, a son.

06-30-1926 Margaret Jane McDougall, daughter of Mrs. Jane Chisholm McDougal, married Donald R. McNeil, all of Ormstown PQ. At the home of the brides mother, in Ormstown PQ, by Rev. J.B.Maclean, D. D..

06-12-1926 Catherine Robertson, daughter of the late Mr. Archibald Robertson, of Lambeth, Ont., married Peter McNicol of Edmonton AB, formerly of St Anicet PQ. By Rev. H. S. Brisby.

07-03-1926 Charlotte Agnes Goodfellow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Goodfellow, of Valleyfield PQ, married George Pringle Paul, of the Township of Elgin PQ. At the home of the brides parents, by Rev. J.B.Maclean.

06-29-1926 Greta Roberta Mason, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A Mason, of the Gore, married Otis Winston Travisee, of Herdman PQ. At the residence of the brides parents, at the Gore, Hinchinbrook PQ, by Rev. H. A Gillingham.

06-30-1926 Ella Myrtle Upton, married Russell W. Williams, all of Hemmingford PQ. At St. Luke's united Church, in Montreal PQ, by Rev. S. Gourlay.

06-23-1926 Miss Veronica B. Curran, of Huntingdon PQ, married Albert S. Otis, of Paul Smiths New York. At the Church of the Assumption, Gabriels New York, by Rev. Father Dumont.

07-04-1926 Merrill Alexander Cooper, M.D., C.M., died suddenly at Ormstown PQ, age 58 years.the funeral service was held in St. Paulís United Church. Rev. Dr. Wilson, Whillans, Ballentyne and Rev. D.N.Coburn taking part in the service, after which Rev. W. T. Payne led the service for the Masons.

07-03-1926 Elmer Demers, second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Demers, died at St. Agnes PQ, age 23 years.

07-02-1926 Henry Cantello Ferns, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Cantello B. Ferns, of Huntingdon PQ, died suddenly at the Western Hospital, Montreal PQ, aged 10 years 09 months.

07-04-1926 Mary Jane Ankell, Widow of the late W. J. Hamil, died at Covey Hill PQ.

06-25-1926 Richard Hyde, formerly of Montreal PQ, died at Regina SK, age 82 years.

06-17-1926 Robert Kerr, died at Victoria British Columbia, age 64 years, formerly of Riverfield PQ. Interred at Regina SK.

07-03-1926 Michael McDonagh, died at Huntingdon PQ, age 88 years.

07-04-1926 Mary Ann Davidson, wife of the late George Stewart, died at Glenelm PQ, age 69 years. She leaves to mourn her loss four sons,George and Ernest of Walkerville, Ont., and Walter and Gordon at home. Also two daughters, Mrs. Albert Platt of Oswego New York, and Bertha at home. She was laid to rest in Athelstan Cemetery.

07-10-1926 Charles Farquhar, of Athelstan PQ, married Ada May Dewar, of Grenville. At St. John's Rectory, in Huntingdon PQ, by the Rev. M.W.Naughton.

07-08-1926 Dominica Onufreiciue, daughter of Michailo Onufreiciue, of Roumania, married Arthur Kazulak, of Dundee, a native of Roumania. At St. Andrew's Manse, Huntingdon PQ, by Rev. J.B.Maclean, D. D..

07-12-1926 Clare Cecilia Massam, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Massam, married John Basil Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Murphy, of St. Agnes, PQ. At St. Joseph's Church, Huntingdon PQ, by Rev. father H. Murphy, brother of the groom.

07-08-1926 Margaret Brown, wife of the late Major Isaac Gardner, of Hinchinbrook PQ, died suddenly at her late residence, aged 87 years 07 months.

07-15-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Churchill, at the Catherine Booth Womans Hospital, a daughter.

07-10-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henderson, of the Gore, Hinchinbrook PQ, a son, (Andrew Henry)

07-14-1926 Grace J. Booth, of Brantford Ont., married Archie M. Cameron, of Huntingdon PQ. At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dunn, in Lachine PQ, by the Rev. S. F. Newton.

07-02-1926 Rhoda Jean Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O. Kelly, of Huntingdon PQ, married James Duncan McBride, a Los Angeles CA, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alexander McBride, of Calgary AB. At St. Albans Vermont, by Rev. J. Graydon Brown.

07-13-1926 James Miller, married Sarah Frances Metcalf, both of Howick PQ. At Georgetown Manse, by Rev. Dr. McWilliams.

07-15-1926 Ruth Stewart, married Douglas Lloyd Kelly, of Huntingdon PQ. At the home of the brides parents, in St Louis de Gonzague PQ, by Rev. Joseph Greenless.

07-21-1926 Herbert Armstrong, of Dundee PQ, died at Canton New York, aged 20 years. Died of heart attack.

07-09-1926 Thomas W. Gould, formerly of LaGuerre PQ, died at Gravenhurst, Ont., Interred at Carleton Place Ont..

07-20-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. John Duheme, at Elgin Township PQ, a daughter, (Ethel Ismay)

07-25-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nadeau, at Huntingdon PQ, a son.

07-21-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. George F. Williams, at Rockburn PQ, a daughter.

07-20-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. William Shaw, at Port Lewis PQ, a son.

07-22-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Norman E Clouston, of Granby PQ, at the Royal Victoria Maternity Hospital, Montreal PQ, a daughter.

07-27-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Ovide Duheme, at St Anicet PQ, a daughter, (Valencia)

07-20-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fournier, (nee Ella O'Neill), at Dundee PQ, a daughter, (Murial Sylvia)

07-21-1926 Agnes Foran, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Foran, of Huntingdon PQ, married Mr. Ed Wells, of Saranac Lake New York. At Saranac Lake New York.

07-24-1926 Hazel Alice Seller, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seller, married Clarence Mark Elvidge, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Elvidge,. At Montreal PQ,.

(Not dated) Miss Mary Ainsworth, of Valleyfield PQ, married Victor Stave, of Auburn New York. At the Parsonage, in Auburn New York, by Rev. Dr. Richmond Stave, assisted by Rev. William Bauer, of Syracuse New York .

(Not dated) Bertha Mackeracher, Widow of the late Rev. W. M. Mackeracher, of Outremont PQ, married John W. Smith, of Sutton-in-Craven, Yorkshire, England.

07-29-1926 Mrs. Harold Brown, (nee Lillian Collins), died suddenly at Trout River New York, age 19 years.

07-26-1926 Sarah Ann Blachford, Widow of William D. Cameron, died at St. Margaret's Home, in Montreal PQ, age 84 years. Interred at Ormstown PQ.

07-21-1926 Lydia Maude Glennon, beloved daughter of Isaac Glennon, died at the Montreal General Hospital, Interred at Mount Royal Cemetery.

07-22-1926 Mrs. Mary Hanna, died at Malone,N.Y., aged 85 years 10 months. Interred in Morningside Cemetery.

07-15-1926 Elizabeth Foster, Widow of the late William Henderson, died at Carillon, PQ, age 78 years. Formerly of Rockburn PQ

07-31-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Middlemiss, at Rockburn PQ, a daughter, (Effie Isabel)

08-04-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. G. Cecil Stark, at Huntingdon PQ, a daughter.

07-28-1926 Regina Margaret Milliken, daughter of Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Milliken, married Arthur Huntingdon Brown, of Wolseley SK, formerly of Huntingdon. At Winnipeg MB.

08-03-1926 Ellen Cain, beloved wife of G. Clark Goldie, and daughter of the late David Cain, died at Franklin PQ.

08-01-1926 Gracia Chambers, beloved wife of Ernest Pierce, and daughter of William Chambers and Adaline Gibson, formerly of Huntingdon PQ, died at Estevan, SK.

07-29-1926 Samuel Henderson, died at Huntingdon PQ, age 72 years. Interred at Huntingdon PQ.

08-01-1926 Janet McLean, died at her residence, 5402, Park Avenue, Interred at Huntingdon PQ.

08-10-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Robson, at Godmanchester PQ, a daughter, (Ruby Alma)

08-10-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. George G. Winter, at Ormstown PQ, a son

(Not dated) Madeline Hartford Dusenberry, daughter of the late Jno F. and Mrs. Dusenberry, married John Milton McClatchie, son of the late James H. and Mrs. McClatchie, of Powerscourt PQ. At 7 Courtland Place, Middletown New York.

08-07-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. George Elder, at Athelstan PQ, a son.

08-15-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gervais, at Franklin Center PQ, a daughter.

08-15-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. R. Ward Kelly, at Huntingdon PQ, a daughter.

08-12-1926 To Mr. and Mrs.B. Quenneville, a son.

08-07-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Tatum, at Huntingdon PQ, a daughter.

08-16-1926 Laura Duheme, daughter of Mrs. Pete Langevin, married Antonio Gallipeau, both of Huntingdon PQ. At St. Joseph's Church, in Huntingdon PQ, by Rev. J. A. Derome,

08-12-1926 William Gibson, son of the late William Henry Gibson, died suddenly at Rockburn PQ, age 64 years.Born January 23, 1862, he married Margaret Lindsay, who predeceased him in 1897. To them were born, May Elizabeth, who died in 1914, Ellen Stuart Truax, who with her little son Billielives in Lacrosse Wisconsin. In 1913 he married Miss Ida J. Johnston,of Lowell MA. Besides his wife he is survived by his daughter Ellen and little grandson and by two brothers,John of this place, and James who lives in Vancouver BC. He was and Elder in the Rockburn Prespyterian Church and superintendent of the Sunday school for a number of the years. The funeral service was held Sunday afternoon and was largely attended.

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07-16-1926 William George Graves, died suddenly at McCord, SK, age 70 years 01 day. Formerly of Champlain New York.

08-17-1926 Henrietta Bruce Chisholm, Widow of John McDougall, died at the Ross Memorial Pavilion, age 77 years. Remains leave William Wray's Chapel, 617 University Street. Interment at Ormstown PQ.

08-18-1926 Gladys I Beattie, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Beattie, married George Kilgour, of Ormstown PQ. At Ormstown PQ, by Rev. Mr. Payne.

08-17-1926 Elizabeth Allan Gamble, wife of Hugh S. Tannahill, died at Huntingdon PQ, age 67 years 07 months.

08-15-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. John A. Clark, (nee Retta Ewart), at North Bangor New York, a daughter.

08-23-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Burt Helm, at Huntingdon PQ, a son.

08-21-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hill, (nee Jessie Gilmore), of Chateauguay Basin PQ, at the Homeopathic Hospital, in Montreal PQ, a daughter.

08-25-1926 Marie Berthe Dugas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dugas, of St Anicet PQ, married Albini Therrien, of Montreal PQ. At the Church of Saints Stanislaus de. Kostka.

08-20-1926 Ceduile Marchand, wife of Joseph Chevrefils, died suddenly at her residence in Chateauguay PQ, age 46 years 11 months.

08-01-1926 Louise Ann Kelly, Widow of the late Robert D. Douglas, died at the Harper Hospital, in Detroit MI, age 65 years.

08-23-1926 Margaret Durnin, beloved wife of Richard S. Feeny, died at Huntingdon PQ, age 68 years.

08-24-1926 Mrs. Margaret Metcalf, died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Coral E. Adams, South Main street, following and illness of several months. She was born in PQ, August 17, 1843, and following the death of her husband, she came to Baldwinville, where she has made her home for the past 17 years. She was the daughter of John and Sarah Fiddes. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Carl E. Adams of Baldwinville, Mrs. Russell Sanders, of East Templeton, and two sons, J. W. Metcalf of Lynn, and Edward Metcalf of the Gardner, a sister, Mrs. Sarah Hammell of Hemmingford PQ, six grandchildren and one great granddaughter.

08-26-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. J. Barkley Muir, at Craven Saskatchewan, a daughter.

08-25-1926 Ellen Robertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Robertson, of Howick PQ, married Leonard Baillie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Baillie, of Riverfield PQ. At Fairmont Taylor Prespyterian Manse, Montreal PQ, by the Rev. J. D. MacKenzie.

08-28-1926 Ruby Hamilton, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton, of Lachine PQ, married Louis Gravino, of Lachine PQ.

08-28-1926 Janet Mary Gavin, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gavin, of Kensington PQ. Married Ralph Baird, youngest son of the late Thomas and Mrs. Baird, of Ormstown PQ. At Montreal PQ, by the Rev. D. D. Brown.

08-29-1926 Kathryn McCaig, Widow of the late John Hastie, died at Ormstown PQ, funeral was held from the residence of Dougald McCaig, Interred at Ormstown PQ.

08-29-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Al Fred Latulipe, (nee Annie Robidoux) a daughter, (Bernice Eileen)

09-04-1926 Mary McCaffrey, beloved wife of John Flynn, died at her home in Huntingdon PQ, age 69 years.

09-03-1926 Mrs. William T. Gardner, died at her late residence, in St Louis de Gonzague PQ, age 56 years.

08-23-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stott, at Messina New York, a son, (Herald Lawrence)

09-12-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. J. Orville Gamble, at Herdman PQ, a son.

09-05-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. L. Lortie, of Messina New York, a daughter, (Mary Antoinette Lorraine)

09-15-1926 Alice Maude Robson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Robson, married Angus Black, of Aubrey PQ. At Huntingdon PQ, by the Rev. M.W.Naughton.

09-01-1926 H. A. Hampson, of Athelstan PQ, married Jessie M. Grant, eldest daughter of W. M. Grant. At the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev.P.McK Sampson.

09-10-1926 Harriet Raymond, beloved wife of Alderic Desjardins, died at Cazaville PQ,.

09-11-1926 Clarine Lefebvre, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lefebvre, formerly of St Antoine, died at her home in Huntingdon PQ, age 22 years.

09-17-1926 To Mr. Mrs. J. B. Douglas, a son, (Francis Bernard)

09-20-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. George Delbert Goodfellow, at the Saranac Lake General Hospital, a son, (George Jr.)

09-15-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gardner, at Dundee PQ, a son.

09-18-1926 Janet Forbes Stark, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Stark, married William Alix Arthur, of the same place. At the residence of the bride's parents, in Huntingdon PQ, by Rev. J. I. Hughes, M. A., B.D.

09-18-1926 Bertha Ann Hooker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hooker, married Elmer Gordon McCracken, of Toronto Ont., formerly of Huntingdon PQ. At the residence of the bride's parents in Huntingdon PQ, by Rev. J. I. Hughes, M. A., B. D..

09-18-1926 Ellen Curren, beloved wife of Michael Dineen, died at her home in Huntingdon PQ,. Funeral from her home to St. Joseph's Church in Huntingdon PQ, Interred at Huntingdon.

09-15-1926 George Fisher, died at Hemmingford PQ, age 51 years.

09-17-1926 George R. Thomas, beloved husband of Maud Blair, of 161 Drolet Street, Montreal PQ, died at Aneroid Saskatchewan, funeral service at the chapel of Joseph C. Wray and brothers, 290 Mountain Street, on Friday Sept. 24, Interred at Huntingdon PQ.

09-22-1926 John Gilbert, died at Dewittville PQ, age 74 years 06 months. The late John Gilbert was a native of Scotland,born in Uddington, on March 31, 1852. He was a member of the 50thbattalion. On August 21, 1882, Captain Gilbert married Miss Fannie Adams, who survives him. There are no children. Funeral held in the Dewittville Church, Interred in Huntingdon PQ.

09-22-1926 John Herdman, eldest son of the late Arthur and Mary Ann Herdman, died at Herdman PQ, age 73 years. Funeral services will be held in the Gore Hinchinbrook Church on Friday at 2 p.m..

09-13-1926 Sarah Maria Conroy, beloved wife of the late William Lauder, of Chateauguay, formerly of Rockburn PQ, died at Chateauguay New York, age 81 years.

09-26-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Carr, at Carr's Crossing, PQ, a daughter, (Olive Anna)

09-23-1926 To Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Caza, at Huntingdon PQ, a daughter, (Olivetti). Godfather and got mother, Dr. and Mrs. O.E. Caza.

09-23-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Duncan A Cooper, at the State Hospital, Portland Maine, a daughter, (Frances May)

09-25-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Earl DuHeme, at St Anicet PQ, a son, (Alfred Sheldon)

09-23-1926 To Mr. Mrs. R. Wells Lumsden, at Brooklea, Athelstan PQ, a daughter, (Roberta Joyce)

09-26-1926 Margaret Alice Marshall, daughter of Mr. David Marshall, of Ormstown PQ, married Allan Cameron McDougal, of Ormstown PQ. At St. Andrew's Manse, Huntingdon PQ, by Rev. J.B.Maclean, DD.

09-29-1926 Mary McClaren Hyde, daughter of Charles Hyde, married Norman Charles Stark, of Shawville PQ. At Huntingdon PQ, by Rev. J.B.Maclean.

09-29-1926 William (Bill) Tedstone, of Huntingdon PQ, married Georgie Wilhelmina Stewart. At the home of the bride, Brigham, PQ, by Rev. Mr. Rattray, of Iron Hill.

09-29-1926 Beryl Vera Wilson, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mulhern Wilson, married William Alexander White, of Athelstan PQ. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Johnson, Franklin Center PQ, by the Rev. H. H. Athling Gillingham, B. D.

09-23-1926 William Gould, beloved husband of Anna Emily Cook, died at his residence, in Elgin Street, Granby PQ, formerly of LaGuerre PQ.

09-25-1926 Lawrence Chester Wilson, died at Brooklet PQ, age 45 years.

09-26-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. William C. MacPherson, at Dundee PQ, a daughter, (Marjie June)

09-30-1926 Hazel Percy Stalker, only daughter of the late Malcolm Stalker, of Port Lewis PQ, married William Albert Abrams, of Montreal PQ. At the Church of the Holy Crafts,Ville Emard, by Rev. Father O'Brien.

10-04-1926 Laura Haineault, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Haineault, of Dewittville PQ, married Joseph Baune, of Messina New York. At St. Joseph's Church, in Huntingdon PQ.

09-29-1926 Clara Alma McCrae, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morrison McCrae, married Malcolm MacGregor, son of Mrs. James Brown, of Barrington PQ. At Hemmingford PQ, by Rev. H. G. Munro.

10-02-1926 Gerald DuPont, died his late residence, in the Chateauguay Basin PQ, age 77 years.

10-03-1926 William Gilbert, died at Huntingdon PQ, age 29 years.

10-05-1926 Adolphus Houle, died at Huntingdon PQ, age 62 years.

09-28-1926 Mary J. Walsh, beloved wife of Daniel E. Kain, died at Chateauguay New York, age 71 years.

10-02-1926 John M. McAllister, died at Winnipeg MB. In the course of 40 years he Ministered to three congregation's, Ashton, Iriquois, and Russeltown PQ.

10-06-1926 Edith Verna Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Kelly, married Reginald Sullman Hardy, of Los Angeles CA. At the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Levi Kelly, at Los Angeles CA, formerly of Huntingdon PQ, by Rev. G. McBride, pastor of Chesterfield Square M. E. Church.

10-07-1926 George Walter Horsnell, of Chateauguay Basin PQ, beloved husband of Sarah Perry, and Father of Miss Mabel and Mrs. George and Edward Horsnell, died at the general hospital, in Montreal PQ, age 56 years

10-14-1926 (engagement) Mr. and Mrs. Edward P.Tallon announced the engagement of their daughter, Mary Eleanor, to Mr. Richard Kelly, of Detroit MI, son of the late John Kelly and Mrs. Kelly of Onslow, PQ, the marriage to take place the latter part of Oct..

10-15-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brooks, at Franklin PQ, a daughter.

10-10-1926 Mary Caldwell, died at Andover MA, age 78 years. Formerly of Elgin Township PQ.

10-18-1926 Elizabeth Stark, daughter of the late John Stark, and wife of Joseph Carr, died at the home of her son, W. L. Carr, R.R.# 2 Huntingdon PQ, age 81 years.

10-04-1926 Owen Kirnan, died at New Erin, Godmanchester PQ, age 88 years.

10-19-1926 Elizabeth Reid Stewart, wife of J. W. Elder, died at Glenelm PQ, age 53 years. Funeral on Friday at 1 p.m. from her late residence.

10-20-1926 Mary (Mazie) Barrie, eldest daughter of Mrs. Mary Barrie, and the late Alexander Barrie, a Montreal and Huntingdon PQ, married William Fisher, of Fort William, Ont.. At Fort William, Ont., by Rev. Mr. Grant.

10-26-1926 Huntley Boyd, husband of Sadie Hyde, and eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. JC Boyd, was accidentally killed at Port Lewis PQ, age 28 years. Funeral from St. Andrew's Prespyterian Church on Friday at 11 a.m..

10-20-1926 Sarah Sophia Cameron, wife of the late Robert Craig, died at Ormstown PQ, age 95 years.

10-26-1926 Annie E. Cowan, wife of the late Robert Edgar, of Napierville PQ, died at Huntingdon PQ, age 76 years.

10-21-1926 Joseph Finnigan, son of the late Patrick Finnigan, and Catherine Kirby, died at Valleyfield PQ, funeral from his late residence, 32 Maden Street, Valleyfield PQ.

10-24-1926 Hannah Walsh, wife of Neil Kirby, died at her late residence, 672 St Antoine Street, Montreal PQ,

10-22-1926 Myria Collum, Widow of the late John Leahy, died at St Anicet PQ, age 68 years.

11-03-1926 Mrs. John's Stewart, died at Huntingdon PQ, age 80 years. Funeral will be held from the home of her son, George Stewart, at Ormstown PQ.

10-31-1926 To Dr. and Mrs. Johnston W. Abraham, (nee M.R. Pringle) at the Catherine Booth hospital, a son.

10-30-1926 To Dr. and Mrs. W. Gordon Leahy, at the Catherine Booth Hospital, Montreal PQ, a son.

11-01-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Pilon, (nee Clara Roy) at 1975 St. James Street, Montreal PQ, a son, (J. I. Lewis Raymond). The Godfather and God mother were the grandparents of the child, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Roy of Athelstan PQ.

10-30-1926 Miss. Lillian B.Dunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Dunn, of St. Remi PQ, married William Malcolm Ruddock, of Dewittville PQ, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ruddock of Huntingdon PQ. At St. Andrew's Manse, by Rev. J.B.Maclean, D. D..

10-18-1926 Francis Napier, of Fort Covington New York, dearly beloved husband of Mary Jane Arnold, formerly of Dundee PQ, died in his 82nd year.

10-29-1926 Oliver Quenneville, beloved husband of Matilda Leblanc, died at St. Agnes de Dundee PQ, age 77 years. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife, four sons, George of Vancouver BC, Wilfred of Detroit MI, Alfred of Montreal PQ, Edmund of the home place, one brother, Anselme Quenneville of St Anicet PQ, six sisters, Mrs. Joseph Saumier, of Flint MI, Mrs.Chaltry of Menomene, Mrs.Anny Mailloux, Mrs. D. Bissonnette of St. Polycarpe, and Mrs.Avila Dupuis of Valleyfield PQ, Mrs. I Aubin of Belle Riviere.

10-28-1926 David Light, died at Huntingdon PQ, age 42 years.

10-29-1926 Jennie E. White, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John White, of White Station PQ, beloved wife of the late H. H. Stone, of Fort Covington New York, died at her home in Huntingdon PQ, age 68 years.she married Mr. H. H. Stone, a popular conductor on the grand trunk railway, on Dec. 16, 1886, and went to reside in Fort Covington New York. Her husband predeceased her 27 years ago, and soon after she came to reside in Huntingdon. She leaves to mourn her loss, twobrothers, Andrew White, of Spokane Washington, George White, of Southern Times, North Carolina, and one sister, Helen, who lives with the deceased. Service conducted by the Rev. J. B. McLean, D.D

10-11-1926 David Kenney Thompson, died at his old home in Hallerton PQ, age 70 years.

10-25-1926 Bessie N. Donnelly, R.N., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Donnelly, married Dona St Onge, of Malone,N.Y., son of Mr. and Mrs. Pierre St Onge, of Huntingdon PQ. At St. Mary's Church, Lake Titus New York, by Rev. Father Desrosier.

11-05-1926 Margaret Mack, daughter of the late Robert Mack, of Elgin Township, and wife of the late Gabriel B. Tully, of Kensington PQ, died at her late residence in Huntingdon PQ, age 75 years.

11-02-1926 Elizabeth J. Norris, died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kaye C Orr of Claremont NH, aged 65 years. she was born in Henrysburg PQ, and has been living with her daughter, Mrs. K. C. Orr. That deceased leaves to mourn her loss, a daughter, Mrs. Kaye C.Orr, one grandaughter Rosemont, to brothers, Joseph I Geddes of Ormstown PQ, and William J. Geddes, of Long Beach, California, and one sister, Mrs. Robert Campbell of Hemmingford PQ. Service was conducted by the Rev. A C Ferrin, pastor of the Congregational Church. Interred in Blossom Hill Cemetery, at Concorde New Hampshire.

11-14-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Dick Capiello, at Fort Covington New York, a daughter.

11-11-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. William R. Wilson, at Athelstan PQ, a son, (still born)

11-16-1926 William Galbreath, died at his late residence, 501 Lansdowne Avenue, age 81 years.

11-04-1926 Doris McCrae, infant daughter of Mr. Mrs. E. C. McCrae, died at McCord Saskatchewan, age 01 week.

11-16-1926 Isabel Mae Wilson, wife of William R. Wilson, of Athelstan PQ, died at Athelstan PQ, aged 30 years. Private funeral from her late residence.

11-18-1926 The body of E. Armstrong, young boat hand from Goderich, Ont., who was crushed to death between the steamer Belcher and the walls of the Cornwall Canal Lock on Friday afternoon, was recovered Sunday when the water was lowered in Lock 20. The body was so badly crashed as to be practically unrecognizable. Doctors C. J. Hamilton, Coroner, has permitted the steamer Belcher to proceed to Montreal but the officers will have to return to the inquest if called upon.

11-19-1926 To Mr. Mrs. Daniel Boivin, at Huntingdon PQ, a son, (Joseph Armand Vital Florian). Godfather, Mr. Armand Longtin, lawyer, God mother, Miss Flora Messier, teacher.

11-21-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Willis H. Clark, at Hemmingford PQ, a son.

11-19-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Galerneau, at Huntingdon PQ, a son.

11-16-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. T. Montpetit, of Fort Covington New York, in Valleyfield PQ, a daughter.

11-14-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Tannahill, at Rockburn PQ, a son.

11-16-1926 Alfred McClatchie, M. A., died at Belleville, Ont., age 90 years.

11-21-1926 Margaret McDonald, Widow of Donald McDonald, (Bailiff), died at Cornwall Ont., age 73 years.

11-23-1926 Elizabeth McCracken, wife of the late Farquhar McLennan, died at Dundee PQ, age 82 years. Funeral from her late residence on Thursday at 2 p.m..

11-16-1926 Infant son of Mr. Mrs. Robert W. Tannahill, died at Rockburn PQ.

11-23-1926 Nelson J. Goldie, former mayor of Hinchinbrook PQ, and warden of the County of Huntingdon, died at Rockburn PQ, age 63 years. Interred at Black Church Cemetery.

11-30-1926 Arthur Hampson, died at Burke New York, age 57 years. He was found dead in the hay loft of the barn on the Hampson place by his brother, Thomas, who went to look for him. Mr. Hampson seemed in excellent health that morning and aided in straightening some telephone poles near the farm, before doing the chores. Drs. Findlay of Malone and Sprague, of Chateauguay were called and desided that death was caused by a stroke of apoplexy The Hampson place is 3-1/2 miles from Burke Village. He never married. Besides his brother Thomas he is survived by another brother Augustus of Barre VT, and three sisters, Mrs. George Scott, and Mrs. M. J. Crawford, of Burke, and Mrs. William Twaddle of Manchester New York.

11-28-1926 To Dr. and Mrs. O. E. Caza, at the Minericordia Maternity Hospital, Montreal PQ, a son.

(Not dated) To Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dear, at Messina New York, a daughter.

11-23-1926 Marie Fleurette Caron, daughter of Mr.Elzear Caron, married Edward Laberge, son of the late T. C. Laberge and Mrs. Laberge, of Chateauguay PQ. At Ste Philomene Church.

11-30-1926 Napoleon Le Claire, beloved husband of Catherine Sproull, died at Ormstown PQ, age 64 years.

12-06-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. John Koski, at Glenelm PQ, a daughter.

12-02-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. John D. Miller, at Grace Hospital, Winnipeg MB, a daughter.

(Not dated) To Mrs. Grant Thompson, at Hemmingford PQ, a son, (stillborn)

12-03-1926 Eliza May Parham, beloved wife of W. T. Coulter, of Huntingdon PQ, died at St. Lambert PQ, age 48 years. The many friends of the late Mrs. the T. Coulter, of Boyd Settlement, Hinchinbrook PQ, where grieved on Saturday to learn of her death at the home of her mother, Mrs. Nelson Parham, in St. Lambert PQ. Apparently, Mrs. Coulter, who had not enjoyed the best health during the past few years, had gone to visit her mother on the Saturday previous. While there she contracted a cold which with her other trouble caused her death on Friday evening, Dec. 03. Mrs. Coulter, Eliza May Parham, daughter of the late Mr. Nelson Parham and Mrs. Parham, was born at Franklin PQ, on May 25,1879, and was one of the family of 14. She trained for a teacher and her services were always highly appreciated where ever she taught. On December the 28th, 1904, she married Mr. W. T. Coulter, of Boyd Settlement, the funeral service was held from her home and was largely attended. The service was conducted by her minister, Rev. J. I. Hughes M. A., B.D.. She leaves to mourn her loss, her mother, six brothers, Freeman, Walter, Ralph and Roy of Vancouver BC, Lawrence of Lowell MA, and Lewis of Toronto Ont., three sisters, Ruth, Mrs.Dunn, of Franklin PQ, Gladys and Jean who reside with their mother at St. Lambert, also three daughters, Ethel May, in training for a nurse, Nora May (adopted) and Jean Annie, who with their father, have the sincere sympathy of the community.

(Not dated) George Caldwell, formerly of Malone New York, and youngest son of the late William and Catherine Caldwell, died suddenly at Tulsa OK, age 52 years.

12-01-1926 Alice Powers, wife of Stephen Clark, of Hemmingford PQ, died at the C.V. Hospital, in Plattsburgh New York, age 59 years.

12-06-1926 William McIntosh Grant, died at his late residence, Kinggussie, Glenelm PQ, aged 68 years 08 months

(Not dated) Nettie McAdam, wife of John Loynachan, formerly of St. Andrew's East, PQ, and sister-in-law of Mrs. Peter Reid, N. D.de G, and Mrs. J. A. Ferguson, of Dundee PQ, died suddenly of pneumonia, at Pasadena CA.

12-04-1926 Ruby B.Funchion, dearly beloved wife of Robert G. Steven, of Dundee PQ, died at St. Andrew's at East PQ, age 38 years.

11-28-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Farquhar, at Hunta, Ont., a son.

11-24-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Earle P Fulford, (nee Nettie L. Hyde) at Shawville PQ, a daughter, (Jeannette Mabel)

11-24-1926 Marion Margaret McLeod, married J. Earle Goundrey, only son of Mr. and Mrs. James Goundrey, of Ohaton, Alberta. At the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie McLeod, Ohaton, Alberta, formerly of Southwest Scotland.

12-14-1926 Lawrence Foran, formerly of St Anicet PQ, died at Kilbain PQ, age 73 years.

12-05-1926 George S. James, died at High River, Alberta, aged 70 years. At one time a resident of Huntingdon.He was born in Montreal where he was educated and entered into his business life in Huntingdon where he lived till fifteen years ago, when he came to Calgary and engaged in the meat market business. In 1920 he moved into High River and took over the business of Merriam brothers meat market. He leaves a wife, three sons, William, Sydney and Stephen of Alberta, two daughters, Mrs. Joseph Parish and Mrs. D. R. Bell of Calgary AB, and one sister living in Winona Minnesota. Funeral to place at St. Benedictís Church, Interred in the High River Cemetery.

11-30-1926 Sarah Johnston, beloved wife of Alexander McCracken, formerly of Huntingdon PQ, died at Sullivan, Ont., aged 80 years.

12-06-1926 Leslie David Rodger, youngest son of David and Jennie Rodger, of Lachute PQ, died at the Montreal General Hospital, aged 02 years 27 days.

12-07-1926 Mabel Jane Sharpe, beloved wife of Robert A Sonne, died suddenly at New York, funeral service was held at her late residence, 323 Wolfson Avenue, on Friday evening, Dec. 10, at 8 p.m. Interred at Huntingdon PQ.

12-08-1926 Rene Soucisse, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Soucisse, of 5551 Wellington Street, Verdun PQ, died at the Hotel Dieu Hospital, aged 14 years 05 months. Funeral was held at Ormstown PQ.

12-10-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Boyea, at Fort Covington New York, a daughter.

12-13-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Lay, at Fort Covington New York, a daughter.

12-08-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Travisee, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, a daughter.

12-11-1926 Alberta Laframboise, fourth daughter of Mr.and Mrs J.Lafranboise, of Huntingdon PQ, married William J. Ferguson, of Syracuse New York. At Syracuse New York.

12-07-1926 Eleanor Cowan Mercer, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Mercer, of Kingston Ont., married John T. Goodfellow, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Goodfellow of Woodlands, PQ. At the McVickar Memorial Church, in Montreal PQ, by Rev. J. G. Potter.

12-18-1926 James Quinn, beloved husband of the late Mary Leahy, died at his late residence, 444 St Antoine Street, Montreal PQ. Aged 74 years. Burial took place in Cote des Neiges Cemetery, Montreal.

12-21-1926 James McLean, died at Godmanchester PQ, aged 80 years. Funeral from his late residence, and Interred at Huntingdon PQ.

12-14-1926 Mrs. Jane Fortune, widow of the late William Fortune, died at Winona Minnesota.

12-17-1926 John Orr, died at his home, at Riverview Farm, Aubrey PQ, aged 65 years 02 months.

(Not dated) Reference to the late Mrs. D. A Dinsmore, Mr. and Mrs. Dinsmore motored from their home in Portland OR, arriving here in July and it is a source in great comfort to the sorrowing relatives that the last months of Mrs. Dinsmore's life were spent so happily among them. To the bereaved husband who is far from home and kindred the sympathy of his many friends here is extended in this great trial. Interment took place on Saturday in Hillside Cemetery. The funeral service being conducted by Dr. Ballantyne of Riverfield PQ.

12-22-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cherrier, at Constable New York, a son, (John Oscar)

12-23-1926 To Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Langevin, at Huntingdon PQ, a daughter.

12-29-1926 Margaret Evelyn Lunan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Lunan, married Robert Chambers, of Huntingdon PQ. At Kensington PQ, by Rev. E. E. Mowat.

12-28-1926 Rev. F. Allard, former parish priest of Montebello and of Tres St.Redempteur of Hull, died aged 77 years.

12-22-1926 Matilda J. Leggatt, wife of the late H. Burns Coulter, died at the residence of her son at Anderson's Corners PQ, aged 71 years 04 months.

12-26-1926 Isabel Tannahill, widow of the late Hugh George, died at the home of her brother, Hugh Tannahill, in Huntingdon PQ, aged 84 years.

12-24-1926 Mrs. Sprague Pettes, died at St Chrysostome PQ, aged 95 years.