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Benjamin Garner butcher of Maxville

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Re: Benjamin Garner butcher of Maxville

Posted: 15 Jan 2013 11:48AM GMT
Classification: Query
The News, Alexandra, Ontario, Friday June 25, 1909
Maxville - pg. 1, col. 5
Note: faded and hard to read.

The Funeral of the late Mrs. B. Garner an old and respected resident of Maxville, took place on Friday the 18th inst., from her late residence Main Street north to the Maxville Cemetery. In the unavoidable absence of her pastor, Rev. G. W. Connor, the service was conducted in the Baptist Church by Rev. J. T. Daley. The late Mrs. Garner for some time passed had not been enjoying the best of health. Her husband, two daughters , one son, and a son-in-law, Mr. Kennedy, all predeceased her.

These death notices were all in the Maxville Column of the newspaper, I did not notice any other obituary as there often is a full obituary as well as the mention in the local columns. There could be an obit. in the Cornwall paper especially for Benjamin. You might be able to get the microfilm on inter-library loan for these dates.

There is an Historical Society in Alexandria, Glengarry Historical Society.
check their web site
www.glengarryhistoricalsociety.com/
There is also a museum at Dunvegan, info on the above site.
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