THE PERTH COURIER NEWSPAPER

Perth, Drummond Twp., Lanark Co., Ontario, Canada

 

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UPDATED 19 NOV  2003

 

Below are some of the Obituaries, Death Notices, and Card of Thanks I have come across while researching my family tree.  I have managed to link up most of obits below to the people in my database, but some I haven’t been able to link up.  Good luck in your search

 

 

DEATHS…

 

 

BAIRD                           Miss Jean Baird, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Henry Baird, Smith’s Falls, died of the effects of typhoid fever on Monday 2nd inst. At the age of twenty-five years.  Deceased was a general favorite.  The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Mr. Nixon, Presbyterian minister.  (13 Sep 1901)

 

BALDERSON                  At Balderson, on Friday, May 21st, 1909, Mary Noonan, wife of James Balderson, aged 74 years. (28 May 1909 pg 4)

 

BALDERSON                  Mrs. James Balderson, sr., died at the family home, ninth line of Bathurst, on Friday, the 21st instant, at the age of 74 years.  She had been ill for over three months.  Deceased was born on the third concession of Bathurst, her maiden name being Mary Noonan, daughter of the late James Noonan, one of the prominent men of his day in this district.  Her marriage took place on May 26th, 1858, and had she lived a week longer, her married life would have spanned fifty-one years.  She settled with her husband on the ninth line, and there they lived for over half a century in peace and prosperity.   She is survived by her husband and the following family: James, in Bathurst; Miss Hannah, Toronto; William at home; Miss Annie, New York; Geo. Formerly of COURIER, now in San Francisco; Tom, in Bathurst; and Robert, teacher at Harper.  James and D.R. Noonan, town are brothers, and Mrs. O’Neil, Oswego, and Mrs. Lee, of Buffalo, are sisters.  Here is the first death in the family since the celebration of the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. James Noonan last winter at which she was present.  The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon to St. John’s church, thence to the parish cemetery. (28 May 1909 pg 4)

 

BENNETT                      ANTHONY J. BENNETT – Anthony J. Bennett, a native of Perth, died suddenly in Florida on March 11.  He was 60.  Mr. Bennett was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Felix Bennett of Perth and was educated here before moving to the United States where he spent most of his life.  He was an iron worker and served with American forces in the Second World War.  He has lived in retirement in Florida for the past two years and is survived by his wife Frances who lives at 261 Sea Grape Drive, Port Richey.  Other survivors include, four sisters, Mrs. Andres McNamara, Detroit; Mrs. Ralph Beach, New Symma? Beach, Fla; Mrs. Ed. Warner, Syracuse and Mrs. Douglas Edgar, Morrisburg.  Among those who predeceased him were three sisters from Perth, Mrs. John Jackman, Mrs. William Hogan and Mrs. Guy Leonard.  The funeral mass was at Our Lady Queen of Peace Church on March 15, and burial was in Meadowlawn Memorial Gardens in Florida. (20 Apr 1967 pg 14)

 

BENNETT                      JOHN BENNETT – John Bennett, died March 29, in the Hotel Dieu, Kingston, after a short illness, at the age of 59.  Born in Burgess, he was the son of the late Felix Bennett and Bridget McCoy and was the last surviving member of that family.  He was a resident of Perth for many years.  Mass was celebrated in St. John’s church by Rev. Father H.J. Farrell, V.F., and interment was in St. John’s cemetery.  Pallbearers were: Francis McParland, Don McParlan, Lorne Fargan? And Melville Hogan. (16 Apr 1953 pg 14)

 

BENNETT                      F. HOWARD BENNETT – F. Howard Bennett, formerly of Perth, died suddenly at his home at Mount Albert, north of Toronto, on May 16.  He was 58.  Mr. Bennett had been employed by Coca-Cola Company at Toronto and had been in poor health since early this year following a series of heart attacks.  He was born at Perth, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Felix Bennett.  Mr. Bennett mined in Northern Ontario and served throughout the World War II with Royal Canadian Engineers at Gibraltar.  Following the war he lived for a time at Perth and in Ottawa before moving to Toronto.  He was predeceased by his first wife, the former Laura McLellan, of Smiths Falls and three sisters, Mrs. John Jackman, Mrs. William Hogan and Mrs. Guy Leonard, all of Perth.  Surviving are his wife, the former Jean Wilson who he married at Perth 19 years ago; a daughter, Christina, both of Toronto; a brother, Anthony of Ludlow, Ky., and four sisters, Mrs. Andrew McNamara of Detroit; Mrs. Ed. Warner of Nedrow?, NY; Mrs. Ralph Beach of Lakeland, Fla, and Mrs. Douglas Edgar of Morrisburg.  The funeral mass was sung Tuesday morning in St. Patrick’s Church, Toronto, by Rev. Gordon McGuinness, CSSR, and burial was in the Soldier’s Plot of Holy Cross Cemetery with the committal service conducted by Rev. Edward Crossland of Thornhill.  Pallbearers were fellows of the Sappers’s Club of Toronto.  (28 May 1964 pg 16)

 

BENNETT                      In ill health in late years, Mrs. Felix Bennett was seized with a stroke of paralysis last Friday and passed away on Sunday at her residence, 23 Church street, town, her death causing profound regret in her family and among a wide acquaintanceship in Perth, Westport, and North Burgess.  Her maiden name was Ellen L. Kellaugher, and she was born in Westport sixty years ago, a daughter of Michael Kellaugher, and the late Ellen L. Kelleugher.  She was married to the late Felix Bennitt, a prominent farmer of North Burgess, a councillor of the township for seven years and reeve for two years.  On disposing of the farm, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett and family went to Westport where he conducted the Windsor Hotel for three years and on retiring from the hotel business, the family moved to Perth to reside, twenty-four years ago.  He predeceased his wife on November 14th, 1914.  Mrs. Bennett was a devout Roman Catholic, a kind and loving mother and held in high esteem by her many acquaintances.  She is survived by her father, of Westport, seven daughters, Mrs. John Jackman, and Mrs. Wm. Hogan of Perth; Mrs. Andrew McNamara of Detroit; Mrs. Guy Leonard of Bathurst Township; Mrs. Harriett Haskins of Perth, Mrs. E.J. Warner of Syracuse, N.Y., Miss Helen of Perth, two sons, Howard and Anthony, two brothers, Michael and John of Westport, and one sister Mrs. Catherine Weeks of Westport.  The funeral, largely attended, was held on Tuesday morning to St. John’s Church where Very Rev. Dean M. Meagher officiated at the solemn requiem high mass, and thence to the vault at St. John’s Cemetery.  The pallbearers were Dr. J.F. Noonan, Jas. C. Mulville, Anthony Quinn, John Blance?, Michael Bennett and Daniel Brady.  Those from out of town attending the funeral were Mr. Dan. Kellaugher, Mr. Michael Kellaugher, Mrs. Catherine Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. W.K. Murphy, Mr. George Weeks, Mr. Chas. McCarthy, Mr. Jas. E. Mulville, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Cooper of Westport, Mrs. E.J. Warner, Dan. And Jimmie of Syracuse, N.Y.  Floral offerings were received from the Family, the Printing and Box Making Dept. Henry K. Wampole & Co., employees Tayside Textiles, manager and staff Bank of Montreal.  Spiritual offerings were received from the following: Mr. and Mrs. L. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. E. Conlon, Mr. F. McCarthy, Mrs. H. Fenwick, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kerr, Misses C. and E. Henretta, Mr. James Bowes, Mr. and Mrs. P. Ryan, Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Mr. Gus. Egan, Mr. and Mrs. F. McParlan, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Taulty and family, Mr. Frank Byrne, Mrs. W. Callahan, Miss J. Mulholland, Miss Mary Adams, Ladies Auxilliary, Mr. and Mrs. P McGlade, T. McCoy, H. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Mulville, The Children of Mary, Miss Nellie Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. S. Cordick, Misses Edna and Carmel Young, Miss Alice McCardle and Mrs. M. Kane, Mrs. John Hanlon and Ralph, Miss Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hogan, Mrs. Alice Brady, Mr. and Mrs. P. McParlan, Mrs. Mary Clement, Mr. P.J. Quinn and Family, Mrs. Maloney and Teresa, Mrs. Quigley and Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. John Jackman, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. A. McNamara, E.J. Warner, Mr. and Mrs. T.V. Lally, Furlong Family, John Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. J. Herlehy, Mrs. Catherine Weeks and George, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hian?, Mr. J.E. Mulville and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. Kallaugher, Mr. and Mrs. V. Bowes, Mr. and Mrs. P. McDonald, McCarthy Brothers, Mr. and Mrs. P. White, Janet and Laura McLellan, Mrs. H. Haskins and Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Young, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Kallaugher, Mrs. Troy and Walter, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. White, Mr. and Mrs. G. Graham, Mr. M. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. John Blance, Miss. E. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Kehoe, Mrs. J. Robinson and Veronica, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. H. Brady, Mrs. Leonard and M. Doyle, Gladys Kane, Thomas and William Ryan, Michael Quinn, Lillian Wilson, Mrs. Morrison and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Conlon, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. George Gallipeau, Mr. and Mrs. A. Conlon, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. A. Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. T.V. O’Connor. (19 Jan 1934 pg 11)

 

BRADY                          At the ripe old age of 81 years, Mr. Thomas Brady passed away at the family home on Grant street on Sunday April 1st and thus is the community deprived of a citizen who was well known and held in high esteem everywhere.  The family had resided in Perth for a considerable period and during that time the late Mr. Brady was a mining prospector in Northern Ontario where he held several valuable claims.  Deceased was born in Bathurst Township.  He is survived by his widow, three daughters, Mrs. J.E. Conlon, Miss Alice of Perth, Miss Florence of Ottawa, three sons, Messrs, James V., Detroit, John D. and Thomas, of Perth, four sisters, Mrs. Richard Hogan, Bathurst, Mrs. Dan Cameron, Montreal, Mrs. Kilfoyle, Kalamazoo, Mich., Miss Margaret, Perth, and two brothers, Patrick of Bathurst and Peter of Perth.  The funeral was held on Wednesday morning to St. John’s R.C. Church and cemetery.  Rev. Dean Hogan officiating.  The pallbearers were six nephews of deceased, being Messrs. Daniel J. Hogan, Daniel Brady, John Brady, Earle Brady, Frank Publow and James Publow jr.  The floral offerings were as follows: Wreaths, Perth Hockey Club, Box making department H.K,, Wampole Co., employees Perth Shoe Co.; sprays, Mr. and Mrs. N.B. Nicoll, and Miss Isobel White, Ottawa.  Spiritual offerings were received from the following:  Mr. L. Martin, Mrs. L. Martin, Miss Rose Hamilton, Miss H. Moodie, Ottawa; Mr. and Mrs. John Garby, Mr. James V. Brady, Detroit; Mrs. Thomas Brady, Perth, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Conlon, Miss Florence Brady, Miss Alice Brady, Mr. J.D. Brady, Mr. Thomas Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doyle, Mr. Wilfred Publow, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brady, Branch No. 89 C.M.B.A., Miss Margaret Brady, Mr. and Mrs. John Brady, Mrs. Felix Bennett and family, The Misses Young, Miss Annie Hogan, Mrs. Fenwick and Ethel, Mr. and Mrs. R. Conlon, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Brady, Master James Joseph Conlon, Mrs. P.J. Kane and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward young, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lally, Miss Annie Hartney, Mrs. Jas. Morrison and family, Mr. and Mrs. D. McParlan, Mr. Jas. Publow, sr., Mrs. Walter Troy and Walter, Mrs. James Lally and Annie, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Publow, Mrs. A. Adams, Smiths Falls, Mr. and Mrs. John Kanelakos, Mr. Thos Williams, Mr. and Mrs. A. Killeen, Mrs. Jas. Hartney, Mrs. Daniel Egan and Lottie, Mrs. E.E. McCann and Mrs. Powers, Mr. Peter Brady, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Dowdall, Mr. and Mrs. M. McCarthy, Mrs. E. Lee and family, Miss Mary McClade, Mrs. Jarbeau and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Publow, Mr. Vincent Farrell, Miss Marie Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Nolan, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Taulty, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Badour, The Ladies’ Auxiliary, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Publow, Mr. and Mrs. John Mackler, Edward and William Furlong, Mr. and Mrs. Michael O’Neil, Mrs. Frances Brady and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Lenahan, Smiths Falls, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Conway, Mrs. P. O’Neil and Lizzie, Mr. and Mrs. George T. Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Hogan, Mr. Frank Hogan, Mrs. M.A. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. ?, Smiths Falls, Mr. and Peter Jackman, Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe. (6 Apr 1923 pg 8)

 

BRADY                          MRS. THOMAS BRADY – In the passing of Mrs. Thomas Brady at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Errol Conlon, Church Street, on Monday, October 16, at the age of  82 years, Perth lost one of its oldest and most highly respected citizens.  While Mrs. Brady had been ill for a number of years her condition previous to a few hours before her passing was not alarming, but a sudden seizure brought death quickly.  Deceased was born at Stanleyville, a daughter of the late Daniel Troy and Elizabeth Speagle, pioneer settlers of North Burgess township.  She lived practically all her life in Perth with the exception of three years after her marriage when she was a resident of Idaho.  Her husband, who was one of the first prospectors in Northern Ontario mining fields and who staked many claims, predeceased her 16 years ago near Cross Lake.  Mrs. Brady was a patient sufferer during her long illness.  A devout Roman Catholic in religion, she had attended service in her church only the day previous to her death.  She took an active part in all church work and in the women’s organizations of the parish.  During her many years in Perth, Mrs. Brady had made a host of friends and her reputation as a kindly neighbour was well known.  Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Errol Conlon, of Perth, Mrs. Peter McCarthy, of Westport and Mrs. Jerry McCarthy, of Newboro; three sons, Thomas of Perth, J.D. of Timmins, and James of Detroit, and one sister, Mrs. M. McCann, of Perth.  The funeral was held from Mr. Conlon’s residence to St. John’s Church on Thursday morning where Requiem Mass was chanted by Rev. Dean M.J. Meagher, with Rev. Ahearne present in the sanctuary.  At the close of the service, Mrs. M.J. O’Donohue rendered a vocal solo, “Lord Have Mercy and Compassion.”  The pallbearers were D.J. Hogan, John Brady, Fred Publow, Daniel O’Neil, Daniel McParlan and Walter Troy.  Interment was made in St. John’s cemetery.  Following are the flowers and spiritual offerings:  Floral offerings were received as follows:  Sprays from Mr. J.J. Byrne and family, Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Jamieson, Timmins, Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Young, Timmins, Miss Evelyn Anderson, Timmins, Subbury London Life.  Telegrams were from Dr. E. Dupuis, Timmins, Rev. Father Rooney, Timmins, Sister Fidelis and students, Timmins, Mrs. W.F. Short, Timmins, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foy, Eganville.  A card of sympathy was received from Miss Mae Johnston, Perth.  Spiritual offerings were from the following:  Mr. and Mrs. Errol Conlon, Perth (2), Mr. and Mrs. Peter McCarthy and Corinne, Westport (2), Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brady, Timmins, Mr. and Mrs. James V. Brady, Perth, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McCarthy, Newboro (2), Conlon Grandchildren, Brady Grandchildren, McCarthy Grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. John Brady, Balderson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Publow and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lee, Mr. Wilfred Publow, Josephine Young and sisters.  Mrs. Jarbeau and John, Mr. Alphonsus Killeen? And family, Mrs. Leo. Bernard and Agatha, Mrs. R.T. Conlon, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Hogan, Misses Pauline and Ida McParlan, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hogan and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Blanche, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Troy and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Taulty, Mr. and Mrs. Herb. Noonan and Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. D.V. McGuiggan, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Young, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McGlade, Mr. Thos. Ryan and sister, Mrs. Catherine Kane and family, Sodailty? Of the Children of Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Dan McParlan, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McParlan, Mrs. Mary Dorman? And Williams girls, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Publow, Dr. and Mrs. Noonan, Mrs. Hanton?, Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Martin and family (2), Misses Dwyre, M. O’Donnell and U. Murphy (2), Miss Lottie Egan, Toronto, Mrs. J.E. Maloney, Gussie and Kenneth Egan, St. John’s Choir, Mrs. John McGuiggan and Sarah Powers, Mr. and Mrs. John Lenaghan, Smiths Falls, Misses Gladys and Rhoda Kane, Miss Alice Murphy, Mrs. Elizabeth McCann, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Powers and family, the Morrison family, Mr. and Mrs. Mack McNamara and family, Mr. and Mrs. Francis McParlan, Mrs. Annie Leonard and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Conlon and family, Mrs. Lally and Annie, Mr. and Mrs. Lorne Quigley and family, Mrs. Annie Adams, Miss Lizzie O’Neil, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McNamee, the Misses Margaret and Catherine Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cordick, Mrs. B. Cooper, Mrs. Geo. Farrell and family, Miss Josie Mulholland, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent McGarry and family, Mr. and Mrs. Matt. Donohue, Miss Nellie Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. O’Gorman, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lally, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mullins, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferguson, Mr. Pat Quinn and Annie, Miss Nellie McKinnon, Misses Victoria and Harriett Brown, Mr. and Mrs. John Jackmann, Miss Mae Gallinger, Mrs. Annie Brankin, Miss Anne Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Pat McDonnell, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Conlon, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Deilsle?, Mr. and Mrs. H. Cordick, Misses Edna and Annie Furlong, Mr. and Mrs. Felix McCarthy, Mrs. Irene Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Publow, Miss Marie Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O’Neil, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mackler, Mrs Della King, Westport, Mr. and Mrs. Jervas Speagle, Mrs. Dan Ryan and family, Dr. and Mrs. Ambrose Murphy, Elgin, Knights of Columbus, Timmins, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Byrnes, the Misses Ellen and Margaret Malone, Catholic Women’s League, Mrs. Arthur McGlade, Mr. and Mrs. D.E. Brunet, the Timmins Council Knight of Columbus (High Mass), Mr. and Mrs. Willard Conlon, Coniston?. (27 Oct 1939 pg 9)

 

BRADY                          On Friday April 19, at the home of her daughter Mrs. Mary A. Crawford, Toronto, there passed away after a brief illness, a highly respected and esteemed member of St. John’s Parish, Perth in the person of Mrs. Patrick Brady.  Deceased was born on September 15th, 1844, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hogan.  Her early years were spent with her widowed mother on the Hogan homestead, 3rd line of Bathurst.  On Jue 3red, 1866, she married Patrick Brady who predeceased her just a year ago.  To their union were born five sons and four daughters, all of whom are left to mourn her loss, Mrs. M.A. Crawford and Mrs. Peter Jackman, Toronto; Mrs. Laura Pennett, and Mrs. John Mackler, Bathurst; Mrs. D.F. O’Neill, Detroit; John, Daniel, William, Thomas, Bathurst, and Richard, Sault St. Marie. Mrs. Brady had been spending the winter with her daughters in Toronto when she was stricken with a fatal illness, but saw all the members of her family at her bedside and received the last rites of Mother Church.  In her long residence on the 3rd line of Bathurst, she had endeared herself not only to her relatives and the members of her family but to a wide circle of friends and acquaintances as well, by her cheerful disposition and her kindness and charity to all.  She was the last member of the Hogan families of the pioneer days of Bathurst Township.  The funeral was held from the home of her son, Mr. Thomas Brady, 3rd line of Bathurst, on Sunday afternoon, there being one hundred automobiles in the cortege.  The body was conveyed to St. John’s Church where the funeral service was conducted by Rev. Father McCabe, of Kingston, and interment was made in St. John’s Cemetery.  The pallbearers were six grandsons, Messrs. Lawrence, Edward and Daniel Brady, John and Patrick Pennett and Brady Mackler.  A large number of spiritual offerings were received, and the floral offerings were a wreath from the grandchildren of Toronto, and a wreath from the local grandchildren. (26 Apr 1929 pg 6)

 

BRADY                          Bathurst Township lost one of its oldest and best known residents in the death on Wednesday, March 21st, of Mr. Patrick Brady.  He was the son of the late John Brady and Jane Morris who came from County Cavan, Ireland in 1825 and a member of a family of nine brothers and six sisters who have all predeceased him with the exception of one brother Peter, and four sisters, Mrs. Richard Hogan, Bathurst, Mrs. Dan Cameron, Montreal, Mrs. Kilfoyle of Kalamazoo, Mich., and Miss Maggie Brady, Perth.  The late Mr. Brady was 92 years of age.  He was married in the year 1867 to Mary Hogan of Bathurst Township and their union was blessed with a family of ten children, Mrs. M.A. Crawford, and Mrs. Peter Jackman, Toronto; Mrs. John Mackler, Mrs. Louis Pennett, Bathurst; Mrs. E. O’Neil, Detroit; John, Daniel, William and Thomas of Bathurst and Richard of Sault St. Marie.  Mrs. George Frizell of Detroit and the late Mrs. Wm. Lee of Toronto, were adopted children the orphan daughters of a brother John Brady.  Mr. and Mrs. Brady celebrated their diamond jubilee on the 3rd of Jun, 1927 with a family of ten children, sixty-three grandchildren and six great grandchildren.  Mr. Brady had been a resident of Bathurst township all his life and in his younger days did considerable business as a drover.  He could tell som stirring tales of the times when stock had to be driven to Brockville to be shipped by boat to Montreal.  He farmed on a large scale and was an experienced cattle breeder.  He had always taken an active interest in public questions, even up to the time of his death, in politics while being traditionally Conservative he placed policy above party and never failed to record his vote.  On retiring from active business, Mr. and Mrs. Brady continued their residence on the third line of Bathurst and their home “Tay View Cottage” was a popular calling place for their many relatives and friends.  In fact their life was an example of the thought expressed in the poem, “To live in a house by the side of the road and be a friend to man.”  The funeral was held from his late residence on Friday morning and was largely attended.  The funeral mass was celebrated in St. John’s church, Perth, Rev. Dean Hogan, officiating.  A great number of spiritual offerings were received and floral offerings were a wreath from the family, a wreath from the employees of Code’s mill, and a spray from Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Simpson, of Timmins, Ont.  Relatives from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jackman and Mrs. M.A. Crawford, of Toronto, Mr. R.V. Brady of Sault St. Marie, Ont., Mr. George Frizell and Miss Margaret Mackler, Detorit, and Miss Mary Brady of St. Francis Hospital, Smiths Falls.  The pallbearers were four grandsons, James Mackler, John Pennett, Hugh Brady and Duncan Brady and nephews, Thomas Brady and Wilfred Publow.  The sympathy of the community goes out to the aged wife and family in their loss which will be felt by all and particularly by the little children who were so loved by the late Mr. Brady. (30 Mar 1928 pg 4)

 

BRADY                          BRADY – In Toronto, on Friday April 19th, Mary Hogan, relict of the late Mr. Patick Brady, of Bathurst, aged 84 years. (2 May 1979 pg 32, found under Perth - 50 years ago)

 

BRADY                          The following obituary, from the Almonte Gazette, of April 23rd gives a sketch of an old resident of Bathurst, many members of whose family live and are well known all through this neighborhood:  Mr. Wm. Brady, of whose death mention was made last week, was born on the third line of Bathurst, 72 years ago.  A number of the earlier years of his life were spent in the United States, near Kansas, where he followed farming.  Returning to Canada, he was married to Miss Margaret McDermott of Smiths Falls, and afterwards went to Eganville, where he kept hotel until about fifteen years ago, when failing health compelled him to retire from active business, and five years later he came to Almonte, where he had since resided.  There was no family, but Mrs. Brady and two full brothers, (Messrs. P. Brady of Perth and Thos of Cobalt); two half-brothers, (Messrs. Peter and Frank Brady of Bathurst); one sister Mrs. Richard Hogan of Bathurst; and three half sisters (Mrs. Jas Publow of Perth, Mrs. D. Cameron of Montreal, and Miss Maggie Brady), are still living.  The funeral took place on Saturday morning to St. Mary’s Church where High Mass was celebrated by Rev. Father Cavanagh assisted by Rev. Father Harris.  The pallbearers were six nephews of the deceased, John, William, Daniel and Thos. Brady, and Daniel Hogan and Michael Furlong.  Mass offerings were received from the following: Mr. and Mrs. A.B. McNaughton, Miss Nora? Furlong, Mr. and Mrs. James Publow, Mrs. Richard Hogan, Mrs. David McDermott, Mr. and Mrs. T. Brougham, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. McDermott and family, Mr. W.W. McCarthy, Mrs. Charles Foy, Miss Frances Furlong, Mrs. T. Brady, Mr. Dan Hogan, Miss Margaret Brady, Mr. Michael Furlong, Mr. Peter H. Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Henry George.  For many years after returning from the United States Mr. Brady ran the hotel now known as the Revenue House.  He was also a dealer in horses and cattle, shipping to Montreal and England. (30 Apr 1915 pg 7)

 

BRADY                          At Manion, on Oct. 7th, 1912, James Brady, aged 78 years. (11 Oct 1912 pg 5)

 

BRADY                          Mr. James Brady died at his home at Manion on Monday morning at the age of 78 years.  He was the son of John Brady and his wife Bridget Morris who came to Bathurst from County Cavan, Ireland in the year 1834, and in September of that year deceased was born at his parents’ pioneer home on the Third Line.  He was the oldest of fifteen children born to John Brady, six by his first marriage, of whom all but John survive, namely: Patrick and Mrs. Richard Hogan, of Bathurst; William of Almonte, and Thomas of town.  Of the nine children of his father’s second marriage, all but Catherine who died in infancy and Philip are living.  They are: Michael of Colorado; Mrs. James Publow and Miss Margaret Brady, of town; Frank and Peter H. of Bathurst; Mrs. William Kilfoyle, of Kalamazoo, Mich., and Mrs. Daniel Cameron, Smiths Falls.  Mr. Brady lived all his life on the Third Line of Bathurst.  The only extended trip he over took was the occasion when he went with his brother John to Missouri when the latter went there to take a position with a railroad company.  In politics he was always a consistent supporter of Hon. John Haggart, but on the question of reciprocity he voted with the Liberals, believing that the country needed wider markets. (11 Oct 1912 pg 5)

 

BRADY                          JOHN BRADY – At St. Francis Hospital, Smiths Falls, on March 31, 1966, the death occurred of John Brady, following an illness of several months.  The late Mr. Brady was born on June 7, 1876, on the third line of Bathurst, a son of the late Patrick Brady and Mary Hogan.  During his early life he conducted a dairy business in Perth, later farmed near Balderson.  For the past twenty years, he resided in Perth.  On September 19, 1899, he united in marriage to Clarah? Theresa Young at St. John’s R.C. Church by Rev. Father Davis.  To this union were born eleven children, two daughters and nine sons, of whom eight survive: (Marie) Mrs. Charles Doyle, Perth, (Aileen) Mrs. Owen Woodward, Detroit; Hugh, Perth, Patrick, Detroit; Edward, Casterville; William, Verona; Arthur, Smiths Falls; Francis, Kingston.  Predeceased by three sons, Daniel, Philip and James.  41 grandchildren, 37 great grandchildren, a sister Mrs. Daniel O’Neil, survives.  Deceased sisters and brothers were; Mrs. Samuel Crawford, Mrs. Peter Jackman, Mrs. John Mackler, Mrs. Louis Pennett, Daniel, William, Thomas and Richard.  The late Mr. Brady was well known and a highly respected citizen, a member of St. John’s R.C. Church.  His largely attended funeral took place from Blair and Son Funeral Home on Monday, April 4th to St. John’s R.C. Church, where Requiem High Mass was sung by Msgr. H.J. Farrell at 9 a.m. with Father Thomas Brady and Father Shea, in the Sanctuary.  Many spiritual and floral offerings testified to the respect in which he was held.  Palbearers were: James Brady, Patrick Brady, Lawrence Brady, Edward Pennett, Arnold Jackman (nephew) and Jack Brady, (grandson).  Those from a distance attending the funeral included, Rev. Father Collins, Chesterville; Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Brady and son, Jack of Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Owen Woodward, daughter Debora of Detroit; Mrs. Thomas McGarry, North Bay; Mrs. Mary Raino, Toronto; Mr. Arnold Jackson, Toronto; Mr. Tom Williams, Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Doyle, Toronto, and many others from surrounding distances.  (14 Apr 1966 pg 14)

 

BRADY                          MRS. JOHN BRADY – The death occurred on May 31 at the home of her sister, Miss Josephine Young, 6 Grant St., Perth, of Mrs. John Brady, in her 70th year.  The former Clarah Theresa Young, was the youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. David Young of Glen Tay.  In Sept 1899 she married John Brady, of Bathurst, where she spent her entire life until her recent illness, when she came to reside with her sisters.  She was a devout member of St. John’s Church, Perth, Catholic Women’s League, and League of the Sacred Heart.  She is survived by her husband, Mr. John Brady, Perth, two daughters, Marie, of Perth, Aileen (Mrs. Owen Woodward) of Detriot, and eight sons, Hugh, of Perth; Patrick, of Detroit; Edward of Chesterville; Daniel, of Smiths Falls; Philip, of Lanark, William, Arthur and Francis, of Kingston.  Two sisters, Mrs. D. Noonan and Miss Josephine Young, of Perth and a brother, Patrick Young, of Milwaukee, also survive.  The funeral was held at St. John’s church on Monday morning, June 3rd.  Requiem High Mass was sung by the Rev. Father Trainor with the Rt. Rev. Monsigneur Meagher and the Rev. Father Healey present in the Sanctuary.  Pallbearers were six nephews, Victor Young, Bert Young, Ormand Brady, Bernard Brady, Arnold Mackler and Edward Pennett.  Interment was in St. John’s Cemetery.  The large number of spiritual and floral offerings received testified the esteem in which the late Mrs. Brady was held. (13 Jun 1946 pg 5)

 

BROWN                         MRS. KENNETH BROWN – Elaine Elizabeth Brown, wife of Kenneth W. Brown of 218 James Street E., Brockville, died at the Kingston General Hospital on Sunday, May 13, at the age of 37.  She had been hospitalized on different occasions since last October.  She was employed at Loblaws on the meat counter for the last four years.  Mrs. Brown was born at Smiths Falls on March 18, 1938, a daughter of the late Earl Francis Hogan and his wife, the former Mary Morris, who survives.  She was raised and educated in Smiths Falls and married there to her husband on January 14, 1953.  They resided in Perth until 1962 when they moved to Brockville.  She was a member of St. Francis Xavier Church and was well known and highly regarded throughout the district.  Besides her mother and husband, she is survived by two daughters, Linda Frances, and Cynthia Marie, and one son, Ross Kenneth, all at home, as well as seven sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Fitzgerald, Mrs. Jean Craik, Mrs. Katherine Miller, Mrs. Patricia Wrightly, Mrs. Ruth Derrig, Mrs. Lorna White and Mrs. Mary Cameron; three brothers, Joseph, Thomas and Morris Hogan, and several nieces and nephews.  The funeral service was held at St. Francis Xavier Church at 10 o’clock Wednesday morning.  Interment followed in Roselawn Memorial Gardens, Maitland.  The pallbearers were Ralph Roberston, David Hallett, James Campbell, Gerald Brown, Robert Hudson and Wilbert Craig. (31 May 1973 pg 16)

 

BROWNLEE                    On Monday, 9th September, Annie Fisher, wife of Mr. William Brownlee, McDonald’s Corners, Dalhousie, aged 58 years.  (13 Sep 1901)

 

BYRNE                          MR. OWEN BYRNE – Once more we are called upon to record the death of one of our esteemed citizens in the person of Mr. Owen Byrne, who passed away on January 14, 1901, at the age of 91 years, at the residence of his daughter, Maggie, where he came to live about a year ago.  Deceased was born in the county Armagh, Ireland, on the 2nd February, 1810, and came to Canada when he was 10 years old.  Then for fifteen years he worked at different jobs, before settling on his farm in North Burgess, where he lived the remainder of his life until coming to Perth.  He followed potash making for a number of years, at which he was very successful.  In the year 1840 he married Helen Dowdall, who died September 5th, 1890.  The had a family of fourteen children, three of whom are dead.  The living are, Mrs. Cunningham, John and Patrick, Wis; Mrs. Ryan, N.York; Mrs. Shea?, Michigan Mrs. McGibbon, Cornwall; Mrs. Hogan and Miss Maggie, Perth; Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Bennett, Burgess, and James on the homestead.  He had fifty three grandchildren, and twenty five great grandchildren.  At his request his remains were taken to the residence of his son, James, and there remained until the following day, when the funeral proceeded to St. Bridget’s Church, Stanleyville, and thence to the R.C. Burying ground.  The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Father O’Brien, P.P., of Stanleyville.  His pallbearers were six grandchildren, and were followed by a large body of sorrowing friends and acquaintances.  Deceased is the last member of two families who came here with the early settlers.  He was a hard worker, kind father and loving husband.  May his soul rest in peace. – COM. (25 Jan 1901 pg 4)

 

CAIN                             A former prominent businessman and resident of Perth, in the person of Edward G. Cain, 84, passed away in the Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston, on Sept. 12th, after a brief illness.  Mr. Cain had been in Perth a week previous to his death visiting with relatives and friends, and his sudden passing was deeply mourned by a legion of friends.  For many years he conducted a barber shop in the stand now occupied by Peter Robinson on Gore Street and later operated in his home on Gore Street east.  Five years ago he retired and moved to Kingston to reside.  Mr. Cain was born at Rideau Ferry, a son of the late Sydney and Eliza (Emmerson) Cain.  He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. W. Smith (Olive) of Kingston, Mrs. G. Buckmaster (Hazel) of Thorold, and Mrs. A. Couch (Audrey) of Toronto; six sisters, Mrs. A. Cornell of Smiths Falls, Mrs. F. Hogan, Smiths Falls, Mrs. A. Cooper, Perth, Mrs. W.J. Dunlop, Detroit, Mrs. L. Graham, Toronto, and Mrs. A. Backus, Detroit; and by 11 grandchildren and five great grandchildren.  He was predeceased by one son, George E. Cain *1952) and his wife, Berth (Richardson), (1964).  The funeral was held from the “Chapel on the Corner” at Robert J. Reid and Sons, Kingston, and interment was in Elmswood cemetery, Perth.  Pallbearers were Ray Miller, Clayton Farnell, Douglas Cain, Syd Cain, Donald Smith and Robert Smith. (7 Oct 1965 pg 15)

 

CAIN                             SIDNEY CAIN DIES IN 90TH YEAR – Sincere regret was occasioned in the surrounding district by the death of the late Sydney Cain, who passed away at the home of Elizabeth Moore, Perth, on April 29.  The deceased had only been ill a few days, having enjoyed good health all his life.  Born at Caintown, a son of the late Alonzo and Marie Cain, as a child he moved in Elmsley Township with his parents.  Sixty-eight years ago he married Eliza Emerson of Perth who predeceased him four years ago in April.  Of this union a family of ten children survive; two sons and eight daughters: E.G. Cain, Perth; Alfred, Perth, Tillie, Perth; Christena (Mrs. Alonzo Cornell) Florence (Mrs. Arthur Cooper) both of Perth; Mary (Mrs. Henry Steele) Trenton; Lottie (Mrs. George Graham) Brantford; Annie (Mrs. Ben Coppolo) Detroit, Lillian (Mrs. Frank Hogan) Smiths Falls; Isobel (Mrs. W.J. Dunlop) Detroit; and 33 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren.  Also two brothers: Delevan? Of Smiths Falls, Charles of Chatmont?, New York, and one sister Mrs. Annie M. Taylor, Ferry Road.  The funeral was held on Thursday afternoon from Blair & Son’s Chapel to Elmwood Cemetery.  The service being conducted by Rev. W.R. Alp, of St. Paul’s United Church.  Pallbearers were his six grandsons: Herbert and George Cornell, Norman and Albert Cooper, Ernest and Ted Steele.  Floral tributes: Wreath, family, Code’s Knitting Mill; Basket, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Coppolo and family, Detroit; Sprays, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Dunlop and son, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Steele, Mr. and Mrs. H. Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. A Horner?, Mr. and Mrs. H. Powers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Cornell, Mr. Henry Steele and Ted; Baskets, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stocker, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cooper; Sprays, Miss Elizabeth and Lloyd Moore and Mrs. H. Coburn; Basket, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tudor and family; Basket, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Farnell. (29 May 1947 pg 4)

 

CANTON                       MRS. MARY A. CANTON – An old resident of this county, Mrs. Canton, (nee Miss Mary A. Noonan) died at her residence, corner Gore and Craig streets, on Sunday last at the age of 70 years.  She was a daughter of the late Dennis Noonan, and a sister of Mr. Jas. Noonan, ex-reeve of Bathurst, and of Mr. D.R. Noonan, Perth.  Her husband, Mr. John Canton, died in Leeds county twenty-six years ago.  The funeral of Mrs. Canton took place to the R.C. cemetery on Wednesday. (2 Feb 1900 pg 1)

 

CANTON                       At Perth, on January 28th, 1900, Mary A. Noonan, wife of the late John Canton, aged 70 years. (2 Feb 1900 pg 4)

 

CONLIN                         At Smiths Falls, on Thursday November 21st, 1907, William Conlin, aged 69 years. (29 Nov 1907 pg 5)

 

CONLIN                         Wm. Conlin, aged 69 years, for many years a resident of Ottawa, died last Thursday evening in Smiths Falls.  Deceased leaves two children, one living at Ottawa and another in Montana, and one brother a resident of Merrickville.  Besides Mrs. Druchen, there are four sisters, Mrs. Smith, and Miss Ada Conlin of Perth, and Mrs. Hennesy and Mrs. McGillis of Watertown, N.Y. (29 Nov 1907 pg 4)

 

CONLIN                         MICHAEL CONLON – The death occurred on February 23 of an old and respected resident of this district in the person of Michael Conlon at the age of 84 years.  Deceased was born at Glen Tay, a son of James Conlon and Margaret McCabe.  When a young man, he went to Eganville, where he conducted a carriage works and blacksmith shop.  Ten years ago his wife, who was Jane Ann McDonald, of Eganville, passed away and he came back to Glen Tay to reside, where he lived until his death.  Surviving is one sister, Mrs. Joseph Miller, of Chicago.  The funeral was held from the home of Mr. Fred Quartermaine, Glen Tay, on Saturday morning to St. John’s Church, Perth, where requiem mass was chanted by Very Rev. Dean M.J. Meagher, and the remains were placed in St. John’s R.C. vault until spring, when interment will be mad in Eganville cemetery.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Peter Conlon, Richard Cordick, Thomas Leonard, Edward Leonard, Carl Quartermaine and Peter Byrne.  The following spiritual offerings were received: Mrs. Teresa Conlon, Mrs. Jas. Conlon and family, Mrs. Annie Leonard and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Conlon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cordick and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cordick, Mrs. Teresa Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Ganvrean? And family, Ottawa, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Conlon, Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Quartermaine, the Quartermaine children, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Byrne and family, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Conlon and family, Mrs. D.J. Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hamilton, Montreal, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Letang and Gertrude Letang (2 masses), Mrs. B. Cooper, Mary and Josephine Young, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferguson, Mrs. M. Stafford, Renfrew. (3 Mar 1939 pg 5)

 

CORNELL                      MRS. WILLIAM CORNELL – Highly regarded for her many estimable characteristics, of which her charitableness and desire to assist the under privileged and unfortunate were probably dominant, the late Mrs. William Cornell, who passed away in Perth on Saturday, Nov. 23, will be missed by a very wide circle of friends and acquaintances.  A faithful attendant at St. John’s church, deceased found recreation in varied church activities but was particularly active in the work of the Altar Society.  But particularly was she well favourably known for the very many instances when she extended assistance in diverse ways to those about her who had been buffeted unduly by life’s storms.  Deceased, whose maiden name was Annie Alphonsine Young, was born in Perth, a daughter of the late David Young and his wife Zoe Berthisame?.  She was married in Ottawa to Napoleon Groulx who predeceased her many years ago.  Later she was married in Philadelphia to William Cornell, superintendent, of street cars in that city.  Following his demise about twenty two years ago, she came to Perth to reside with her sisters, the Misses Young.  She had been ill for only about a week previous to her passing; she suffered a light stroke and fell on the walk in front of her home; in succeeding days her condition became worse gradually until she passed away on Saturday morning, November 23.  Remaining to mourn her loss are two brothers, Edward, town clerk, Perth, and Patrick of Milwaukee; four sisters; Mrs. John Brady of Balderson, Mrs. Thomas Noonan and Misses Josephine and Mary Young, all of Perth.  The funeral was on Monday morning, November 25, from the deceased’s late home on Grant street, to St. John’s church and was very largely attended by friends and neighbors who wished to pay a final tribute to the memory of one who was revered in life.  Officiating clergyman was Rev. Father Traynor and the pallbearers, all nephews, were Hugh, Edward and Dan Brady, Edward Young, jr., Victor Young and Charles Publow.  Among those from out of town who attended the funeral were Miss Eleanor Byrne of Montreal and Thomas Lloyd of Toronto.  Numerous floral and spiritual tributes and messages of sympathy were received by the bereaved sisters and brothers. (29 Nov 1940 pg 8)

 

CONSITT                       On Tuesday, 20th, March, the infant son of Mr. G.A. Consitt, Perth. (25 Mar 1892 pg 4, see births for birth on same date)

 

CONSITT                       St. Francis Hospital, Smiths Falls, on October 16, 1951, Frederick Consitt, beloved husband of Sarah Ann Hogan in his 75th year. (14 Oct 1976 pg 13, found under Perth - 25 years ago)

 

CONSITT                       At her late residence, Township of Bathurst, on Sunday, March 19th, 1956, Sarah Ann Hogan, beloved wife of the late George F. Consitt, in her 77th year. (25 Mar 1981 pg 32, found under Perth - 25 years ago)

 

CONSITT                       GEORGE FREDRICK CONSITT – The death in his 75th year of George Fredrick Consitt, well known and highly respected resident of the Scotch Line occurred October 15th, 1951, at St. Francis General Hospital, Smiths Falls.  Mr. Consitt was born on the Scotch Line, the son of the late Adolphus Consitt and Anna White.  After his marriage to Sadie Ann Hogan of Perth he continued to reside on the homestead.  Although in failing health for the past number of years, deceased was always of a kindly and cheerful nature.  He took a keen interest in farming and was ever alert to improved methods.  The large number of neighbors present for the funeral testified to the high esteem in which he was held in his community.  Surviving are his widow; tow sons, John of Toronto, George at home and one daughter, Sister Mary Clement (Mary) of Gananoque; two sisters, Mrs. Edward Enright, Perth and Mrs. William Howe, Worcester, Mass.  Solemn Requiem Mass was celebrated by Very Rev. H.J. Farrell at St. John’s Church, Perth.  Present in the sanctuary were Rev. W. Murphy, Rev. W. Hamilton, Rev. F. Meagher.  Interment followed at St. John’s Cemetery.  Pallbearers were Mr. Dan Hogan, Mr. Mervyn Ferrier, Mr. A.V. McLean, Mr. Sam Wilson, Mr. John McGlade, Mr. William Moodie. (1 Nov 1951 pg 8)

 

CONSITT                       BURIAL OF FRANK CONSITT – Funeral ? Last Friday Attended by Large Number – The funeral of the late Mr. Francis (Frank) Hugh Consitt, who met a sudden and untimely death in the Montreal Herald office catastrophe on Monday, June 13th, was held from his father’s residence, Scotch Line, on Friday morning, to St. John’s Roman Catholic church, thence to this parish cemetery.  The remains were brought here on Wednesday evening last.  Speaking of the removal of the remains from the morgue in Montreal to the Windsor station of the C.P.R., the Montreal Herald says: With feelings of the deepest sorrow the colleagues of the late Frank Consitt, whose body was recovered from the debris of the fire on Tuesday, accompanied the remains from the Morgue to the Windsor Street Railway Station for interment in the burial ground of the family at Perth, Ont.  “Mr. Consitt, who was only 30 years of age and married, was the only newsroom victim of the disaster.  He was employed as make-up man.  The suddenness of his death deeply affected his fellow-workers in that department, many of whom had themselves narrow escapes from a fiery sepulchre, and were consequently the more profound in their sympathy.  In Mr. Consitt’s case, the victim had realized too late that the floor on which he was at work was collapsing and he was hurled into the abyss which opened up below.  “Amongst those who accompanied the remains to the station were the young widow and infant child of the deceased, a little boy a year and a half old; the father, mother, brother and sister of Mr. Consitt, who had come from Perth; Vice-President Wilder, of the Typographical Union, and Recording Secretary Somerville, Messrs. W.G. Taylor, foreman of the newsroom, W. Pearce, James Wilson, Charles Beattie, Daniel Ryan, H. Friedlander, Henry Bateman, John Murphy, J.F. O’Callaghan, W.Bowes, Percy Fynan?, J.C.E. Tardif, John Bradley, and some forty others.  “The coffin was covered by floral tributes, as it was borne to the funeral car, amongst them being a large wreath from his fellow-workers in the Herald office.  Mr. William Pearce went to attend the funeral as a representative of the Herald and Mr. Consitt’s fellow workers.”  The funeral on Friday morning was the largest ever held in this section for one of deceased’s years.  The funeral procession was headed by three vanloads of Catholic Order of Foresters, St. Edward’s Court.  Then came the pallbearers, who were Dr. E.H. Wilson, J. Enright, C. Cavanagh, H. T. Noonan, P.J. Kehoe and Wm. Pennett.  The mourners followed the hearse, and a hundred vehicles conveyed sympathetic friends.  The COURIER office and Wampole printing department in which deceased worked in Perth were represented, while Mr. W.D. Peares represented the Herald office and newsroom employees.  The elements added to the sadness of the occasion.  The sun shone brightly on a delightful day in June.  Nature’s bounteous hand was discerned in the growing fields, and the birds sang merrily along the fences and hedges.  All these spoke of a promising year, and to him who was borne in the funeral car, they always appealed and were ever a delight.  Frank loved the old line and all its surroundings, but now he would know them no more.  The flag on the district school house was half-mast out of respect to the memory of the deceased and to his family.  Sorrowing friends mourned with the family and filled St. John’s Church, where the impressive service for the dead was celebrated by Rev. Father Hogan, a life-long friend of the family, and who was born and raised on the farm adjoining the Consitt homestead.  A full choir was present and solos were beautifully sung by Miss O’Loughlin.  Afterwards the procession wooded? Its way to the parish cemetery, where the remains were interred in the family burying plot.  Friends and relatives present from a distance were: Mrs. W.W. Howe, Worcester, Mass.; Dr. E.C. Consitt,  Fargo, N.D.; Mr. Harry Consitt, Ottawa; Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll, Miss Maggie Carroll and Mr. John Carroll, of Montreal; Miss Kathleen Hart, of Prescott; Dr. Hogan, Smiths Falls; Mr. Patrick Hogan, Merchants Bank, of Eganville, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Noonan, Pakenham.  The floral tributes covered the casket and were as follows: wreath, from Herald office; wreath from Typo Union, Montreal; wreath from COURIER office and staff, with figures 30 on it, printer’s sign “it is ended”; wreath from Mr. Thos. Consitt; wreath from Miss Nellie Cornell, Montreal, and wreath from employees in Rough’s?, Montreal. (24 Jun 1910 pg 2)

 

CONWAY                       At Toronto, on Thursday, September 14th, John T. Conway, husband of Mary Marie Downey, and father of John and Edward of Toronto; brother of Mrs. T. O’Gorman (Margaret), Mrs. D.J. Hogan (Molly), Joseph and Frank of Perth, and Al of Windsor. (11 Sep 1975 pg 15, found under Perth - 25 years ago)

 

CURRIE                         Passed away, at Perth, on Friday morning, 6th September, Rose Currie, aged 22 years.  (13 Sep 1901)

 

DEWITT                        IN BATHURST, on May 13th, Mary Ann Hogan, only daughter of Mr. Richard Hogan and wife of Mr. Wm. Dewitt, of Elliott, age 23 years. (found under Perth 25 years ago 24 May 1929 pg 2, so actual event happened 25 years to this date in 1904?)

 

DEWITT                        MRS. MARGARET DEWITT – Mrs. Margaret Dewitt, died at her home in Bathurst (illegible), day, August 22nd, after a lengthy illness.  She was in her 73rd year.  Born in Bathurst in 1877, she was the daugher of James Noonan and Margaret Hogan.  In 1907 she married William Dewitt, and lived all her married life at Dewitt’s Corners in the home she came to as a bride.  One of her daughters, Sophia, predeceased her in 1930.  Besides her husband, William Dewitt, and one brother William Noonan of Ottawa, she is survived by seven daughters, Helen, (Mrs. Jim Cavanagh); and Josephine of Dewitt’s Corners; Mary (Mrs. Mars? O’Hara), Margaret; and Jean (Mrs. J. Garry) of Toronto; Carmel (Mrs. E.N. Matthews) of San Francisco; and Vera (Mrs. E. Brady) of Owen Sound.  There are also 20 grandchildren.  The funeral was held from St. Vincent de Paul church, Bathurst, on Wednesday morning, where a Requiem High Mass was chanted by Rev. Father MacDonald, assisted by the choir.  Mrs. Jos. Publow sang “Panis Angelicus”, during the service.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Johnny Brady, Jack Korry, Harry Cameron, Edgar Kerr, Arthur Jordan, and Dan Murphy.  Interment was in St. John’s Cemetery, Perth.  The numerous tributes paid the deceased by all her friends and neighbours, was a token of the esteem in which she was held.  Numerous spiritual offerings and letters of sympathy were received.  Floral offerings were received from the following, The Nurses Jos. Higgins and Mr. and Mrs. (illegible) (8 Sep 1949 pg 3)

 

DEWITT                        The community of the third line of Bathurst was shook to its very marrow last Friday evening when it became known that its idol of young womanhood had been laid low in death with a suddenness that was startling.  Many in Perth and in other sections of Bathurst felt the shock and their sorrow was intense.  Mrs. Willie Dewitt, a  happy bride for less than a year, a mother of a few hour’s interval, could not stand the trial and slept away in death through weakness.  Events of a lifetime were crowded into the narrow space of eleven months.  Although she had never been strong Mrs. Dewitt had not known any real sickness heretofore, and recently had been nursing her husband who had been confined to his bed with rheumatism.  Friday morning she was delivered of a baby, which however only lived a few moments, and while her husband and father were away to town in the evening to procure a coffin to bury her first-born, the poor soul of deceased, wore out, winged its flight away.  The news of the sad death was broken gently to Mr. Dewitt and Mr. Hogan as they were returning from Perth.  It was a sad message to give them and a sadder message for them to receive.  Mrs. Dewitt’s maiden name was Mary Ann Hogan, only daughter of Mr. Richard Hogan of the third line of Bathurst, and was married to her husband on June 17th of last year.  The wedding proved a felicitous one, and their wedded life commenced under good auspices, but, alas! A cloud has entered their home, once so bright and sunshiny, and the bride, wife and mother is taken.  The broken-hearted husband and the grief-crazed father have the sincere sympathy and sorrow of their friends and relatives.  Mrs. Dewitt was cheerful in manner, prepossessing and very lovable in character.  She was the apple of her father’s eye.  The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon from the family residence to St. John’s Church, Perth, and thence to the Catholic Cemetery.  The day was very wet, yet many went out from Perth, and hundreds drove to the saddened home from many miles around, to show in silence their sympathy.  The funeral cortege numbered 175 carriages and took fifteen minutes to pass one spot.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Thomas Dewitt, John Dewitt, Dan Noonan, Thomas Hogan, George Noonan and John Brady, relatives of deceased.  Those present at the funeral from a distance were Miss Ida Dewitt, of Ottawa; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jackman, Cobourg; Mr. and Mrs. Michael McCabe, of Almonte; Mr. D. Mitchell, of Smith’s Falls; Messrs. Richard and Thomas Hogan, of Westport, and Samuel Crawford, of Montreal. (20 May 1904 pg 8)

 

DEWITT                        The death took place at the family residence at Elliott Tuesday evening of Mr. John DeWitt, a respected resident of Bathurst.  Mr. DeWitt was one of the best known men of Bathurst.  Born at Elliot in 1837, he was thus 67 years old, and it may be said his whole life time was lived at his birthplace.  He was the son of the late John DeWitt, of German descent, and U.E. Loyalist stock.  Deceased served his time at the blacksmithing trade with Walter Hunter in the stand John Dittrick now occupies, some fifty years ago.  He ran a large farm in Bathurst, established a smithy business of his own at Elliott, and opened and managed a general store and post office for years.  The “Comers” will always be associated with the memory of deceased.  His wife’s maiden name was Mary Neil, and with her three sons and seven daughters mourn for the loss of the husband and father.  The famiy are: John, Wemyss; William, Elliott; Mrs. Doyle, Wemyss; Mrs. Noonan, Christie’s Lake; Miss Gertrude, Chicago; and Thomas, Sophia, Ida, Ethel and Loreta at home.  Mr. DeWitt had been ill the past six months and had suffered six paralytic strokes.  He was affected the last time just fourteen weeks ago and its effects could not be shaken off.  He was gradually growing weaker and was conscious till Sunday night.  Mr. DeWitt was a foremost man in his district, and very industrious and a hard worker.  In politics he was Conservative.  Two brothers and a sister survive: Zephaniah, in Plainview, Minn, and Roderick, in Winnipeg.  The funeral is to take place Friday morning to St. Vincent de Paul’s Church thence to the Catholic Cemetery in Perth. (23 Sep 1904 pg 4)

 

DOCKRILL                     At Smiths Falls, Ontario, on Saturday, June 28th, 1969, Ethel Hogan, wife of the late Merton E. Dockrill, in her 82nd year. (3 Jul 1969 pg 7)

 

DOCKRILL                     MRS. MERTON E. DOCKRILL – Following an illness of several months, Mrs. Merton Dockrill died at the Riverview Nursing Home in Smiths Falls on Saturday evening, June 28.  She was in her 82nd year.  Mrs. Dockrill was the former Ethel Hogan and was born at Perth on 1888 a daughter of the late Michael Hogan and his wife Margaret Adams.  She received her education at Perth Separate School.  In 1919 she was married to Merton Elswood Dockrill in St. John’s Church, Perth.  Mr. and Mrs. Dockrill farmed at Port Elmsley for 27 years, then moved to Smiths Falls where they attended St. Francis de Sales Church.  Mrs. Dockrill was a member of the CWL.  Mrs. Dockrill was predeceased by her husband 21 years ago.  Surviving members of her family are her brother, Thomas Hogan of Perth and her sister, Mrs. Mac J. Hogan, also of Perth.  The funeral was on July 1st from Blair and Son Funeral Home, with service in St. John’s Church, Perth, at 10 am, conducted by Rev. Father O’Neill.  Interment followed in St. John’s Cemetery, the pallbearers being six nephews, Norman Hogan, Russell Hogan, Hubert Hogan, Carol Hogan, Melville Hogan and Ronald Hogan.  Many floral and spiritual offerings were received, testifying to the esteem in which the late Mrs. Dockrill was held by her family and friends. (17 Jul 1969 pg 16)

 

DOCKRILL                     MERTON ELSWOOD DOCKRILL – Although in ailing health for some time the sudden passing of Merton Elswood Dockrill, early Thursday morning of last week, in St. Francis General Hospital, where he had been confined for the past three weeks, came as a great shock to  numerous friends and acquaintances.  Born in North Elmsley in 1887, deceased was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Dockrill, pioneer settlers of that community where the late Mr. Dockrill followed the farming industry all his life until three years ago, when illness forced his retirement and he moved to Smiths Falls, later becoming a member of the postal service.  He was active at his duty until his demise.  While in the township of Elmsley he was always interested in everything pertaining to the welfare of the community and acted in the capacity of tax collector for a number of years.  Through his jovial dispositon he made many friends, who signified their esteem in the large number of spiritual and floral offerings.  He is survived by his widow, the former Ethel Hogan of Perth, and two sisters, Miss Estelle Dockrill, and Mrs. Godfrey Maxwell of Montreal.  The funeral, which was largely attended, took place the following Saturday morning from the Amy Funeral Home to Trinity United Church hall where Requiem Mass was chanted by Very Rev. J.T. Hanley thence to St. John’s Cemetery, Perth, for interment, Rev. W.L. Terrion officiated at the graveside.  The pallbearers were E. Lavender, H. Johnston, C. McTavish, Thomas, William and Leo Hogan.  Friends from a distance who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Maxwell, Montreal: Mr. H. Messel? And daughter Shirley, Cornwall; Mr. and Mrs. H. Davies, sons Jack and Allan, Mr. R. Davies, and Miss Annie Davies of Brockville; Mrs. R.P. Allen, Deep River; Mr. and Mrs. G. Whatley, Toronto, and a number of relatives from Perth and vicinity. (2 Dec 1948 pg 10)

 

DOWDALL                     The remains of the late Miss Mary Dowdall were brought to Perth from Eganville on Tuesday and taken out to the home of her brother Mr. John Dowdall, 5th line Drummond, whence the funeral took place Wednesday morning to St. John’s Church, thence to the Catholic burying grounds.  Miss Dowdall died at the Presbytery, in Eganville, on Monday, at the ripe age of 81 years.  About four weeks ago she went to reside with her nephew Father Dowdall in Eganville, and shortly after her arrival took ill.  Death was due to her advance years.  She was born in Bathust, the daughter of Patrick Dowdall, who before emigrating to this country taught school in his native parish in the old country.  Miss Dowdall lived most of her time with her brother on the fifth line Drummond.  It had always been her wish to go to Eganville to die, and for the past two years had her necessaries packed.  She was waiting for the home coming of her nephew Father Dowdall who was on a two years leave of absence.  The reverend father had no sooner returned than he came over to Perth and took his aged aunt back with him.  The deceased lady was of a very pious nature, well read, and led a cloistered life.  High requiem mass was chanted in St. James’ Church, Eganville, on Tuesday morning in the Church of St. John’s on Wednesday morning.  Rev. Father Davis sang the high mass, Father Quiltie?, of Eganville, spoke of her life and Father Dowdall sang the libera?. (16 Jan 1903 pg 4)

 

DOYLE                          Mrs. John Doyle, for many years a respected resident of Drummond at Wayside, died on Saturday last at the great age of 83 years.  She was ill ten days with stomach trouble.  Mrs. Doyle was a native of Dalhousie Township, and was a daughter of the late Patrick Sheridan.  She was the last of her generation.  When twenty years of age she married John Doyle, the ceremony taking place on March 5th, 1848.  They located on a farm at Wayside.  For forty-eight years they lived and wrought together in peace and contentment, until Mr. Doyle’s death on March 15th, 1890.  Mrs. Doyle was a devout member of the Catholic church, and enjoyed the esteem and love of her community.  She is survived by five sons and two daughters: William, James, Miss Mary and Mrs. P.J. Leonard, on the homestead; Patrick in Drummond, and John and Richard in town.  The funeral took place on Monday morning to St. John’s church and cemetery, and was very largely attended.  Spiritual offerings were received from:  Mr. and Mrs. Jno. S. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Doyle and family, Miss Mary Doyle, Mrs. P.J. Leonard, Mr. James Doyle, Mr. William Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sheridan, Dalhousie; Miss McGarry, Ottawa; Mrs. T.H. Consitt, Ottawa; Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Spence, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Byrnes, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Byrnes, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hogan, Miss Maud Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Noonan, Mrs. Sutton Frizelle, Dr. A.W. Dwyre, Misses Dwyre, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Buchanan, Mr. Thos. Leonard, Miss Sheridan, Dalhousie.  The pallbearers were six nephews: John McGarry, Alex McGarry, John Byrnes, Bernard Brynes, Patrick J. Sheridan, and James Sheridan. (17 Mar 1911 pg 8)

 

DOYLE                          MRS. JOHN DOYLE – Following a brief illness, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Doyle passed away at her home, 36 Harvey St., here, on Monday at the age of 73 years.  Deceased was born in Bathurst Township and was the former Mary Elizabeth DeWitt.  Together with her husband she came to reside in Perth some years ago from Bathurst.  Her husband predeceased her three years ago.  Surviving are two daughters, Anita, Perth, and Mrs. H.C. Crissman?, Detroit; three sons, W.J. Doyle, Sarnia; Thomas, Cleveland; H.J. Ryan, Lenora Lake, Sask.; four sisters, Mrs. G. Noonan, Christie Lake; Mrs. M. Von Jasmond, and Miss Rita DeWitt, Detroit; Mrs. E. MacKay, Calgary, and two brothers William DeWitt, DeWitt’s Corners, and Thomas DeWitt, Halleybury.  The funeral, which was largely attended, was held from her late home on Wednesday morning to St. John’s church, where requiem mass was chanted by Rev. Dean Meagher.  Rev. Father O’Hearn was present in the sanctuary.  The remains were placed in St. John’s R.C. vault.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Fred Ferguson, William Pennett, D.W. Mackay, William DeWitt, H.G. Noonan and William Noonan. (18 Feb 1938 pg 5)

 

DOYLE                          At the ripe age of 98 years Mr. Patrick Doyle, sr., passed away on Wednesday, Sept. 26th, at the home of his son, Patrick, near Ferguson’s Falls.  He had been in failing health for some time and was confined to bed all summer with the infirmities incident to his advanced years.  Deceased was a native of Lanark township, his birth place being only a short distance from his late home.  Early in life he married Julia Quinn, who predeceased her husband 25 years ago.  The union was blessed with a large family, the surviving members of which are Mrs. Wm. Noonan Balderson; Mrs. James Closs, Prestonvale; Mrs. Robt. Closs, Fort William; Mrs. James J. Quill, Eureka, Cal.; Mrs. Gerald J. Quill, San Francisco, Cal.; Sister M. Modesta, Toronto; Sister M. Saba, Niagara Falls; William, Watertown, N.Y.; Thomas, Dawson City, and Patrick on the homestead.  The funeral took place the following Friday morning from his late residence, a large number of friends assembling to pay their last respects to one who was held in high esteem by all. (12 Oct 1917 pg 8)

 

DROUGHAN                  At Hamilton, on Tuesday Dec. 3rd, 1929, Edward F. Droughan, beloved husband of Mary E. Hogan, formerly of Smiths Falls. (13 Dec 1939 pg 11)

 

FARRELL                       FARRELL – The death of Mr. George Farrell causes genuine sympathy for his family.   About a month ago he was brought home from Montreal in a semi delirious state suffering from typhoid fever, and from the first his case was recognized to be serious.  He struggled hard with the disease, but the germ had sapped his strength and death conquered.  A strong, robust man of 176 pounds when he left Perth, Mr. Farrell was laid in his coffin a shadow of his former self.  Previous to this disease he had not known a day’s sickness.  Deceased was a son of Mr. Edward Farrell, who lives at the head of the Scotch Line.  He was born in Perth about 1854, being in his 51st year.  About 35 years ago, he apprenticed himself to his uncle Wm. Farrell, the harness-maker, and was with him 32 years steady.  Three years ago deceased went to work in the C.P.R. shops, and last summer was moved to Montreal, along with other Perth men, to work in the big shops there.  He was a very steady employee, and one of Perth’s best citizens.  He was a member of the C.M.B.A. and A.O.H.  He leaves a wife and three daughters and a son.  The funeral took place on Wednesday morning to St. John’s Church, thence to the parish cemetery, and the pallbearers were Messrs. John Doyle, John McCann, James Smith, James Hartney, M. Lappin and James McDonagh. (13 Jan 1905 pg 5)

 

FARRELL                       MRS. GEORGE FARRELL – After an extended illness, one of Perth’s venerable ladies passed away at her home on Brock Street, in the person of Mrs. George Farrell, at the age of 92 years.  At an early age she came to Perth to reside and later married Mr. George Farrell, who was a harness maker by trade.  Her husband predeceased her in January, 1905, and her only son passed away in 1937.  Mrs. Farrell’s home was one of hospitality and good cheer, where friends and neighbors were always made welcome by her.  Her pleasing, cheerful disposition and friendly nature, earned for her the genuine affection and esteem of a wide circle of friends and her passing occasioned deep and sincere regret.  She was a member of the C.W.L., Sacred Heart League and Alter Society.  She is survived by three daughters, Misses Blanche and Irene at home, and Mrs. John Hogan, all of Perth; two grandsons, George and Edward Hogan.  The funeral was held on Tuesday morning, October 18th, to St. John’s Church, where Requiem Mass was chanted by Rev. Father Farrell, with interment in St. John’s Cemetery.  The pallbearers were, Edward Furlong, Henry F. Shaw, Edward Enright, James Mitchell, Matthew Donohue and Fred Horan.  Out of town friends were, Miss Mary Farrell, Ottawa, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Butler, and Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard Webb of Brockville, Mrs. John J. Kelly of Port Credit, Mr. and Mrs. William Smith of Smiths Falls, Mr. and Mrs. John Graham, Lanar, Miss Veronica Foy, Kingston, Mr. Edward Hogan of Kingston, Harry J. Adams of Smiths Falls. (27 Oct 1949 pg 15)

 

FOLEY                           At Perth on Saturday, Feb 21st, Mrs. Michael Foley aged 73 years.  (27 Feb 1920 pg 4)

 

FOLEY                           Mary E. Hogan, widow of the late Mr. Michael Foley, died on Saturday Feb 21st at the home of her niece, Mrs. Daniel Lee, Mill St., at the age of 73 years after an illness of two weeks, with pnemonia.  The late Mrs. Foley resided at Glen Tay previous to coming to Perth to live fifteen years ago.  She was of a cheerful and loving disposition and possessed in a large measure those particular virtues which win the esteem of all on whom their influence issued?.  Deceased is survived by one sister, Mrs. Murray and two brothers, Messrs. Daniel and Michael Hogan of Perth.  One brother, Richard of Westport, died some years ago.  The funeral on Monday morning to St. John’s church and thence to the R.C. cemetery, was very largely attended.  Spiritual offerings were received from: Mr. and Mrs. M. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hogan, Mrs. Murray and Irene, Mrs. Richard Hogan, Westport, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lee, Mr. and Mrs. A.V. McLean, Mr. and Mrs. ?.V. Malloy, Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Murray, Watertown, Mr. Thos. Murray, Mr. and Mrs. John Murray, Mr. and Mrs. M.T. Hogan, Mrs. R.J. Hogan, Mrs. M. Hogan and Annie, Mr. and Mrs. Everard Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Hogan, Bathurs, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. John Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. P. Furlong and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper?, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. James Conlon?, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Manlon?, Mrs. M? Mitchell, Mrs. John Byrne, Mrs. M. Murphy and Mrs. Frizoll, Mr. John Horan, Miss Annie Malloy, Mr. R.V. Murphy?, Mr. and Mrs. T. McGowan, Mr. and Mrs. O. Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. T. Brady, Mr. John Malloy, Mr. E.V. Griffins?, Mr. and Mrs. J.O? Malloy, Mr. and Mrs. ? Noonan, Miss ? Adams?, Miss M. McParland, Mrs. J? Morrison? And family, Mr. and Mrs. John Brady, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Mr. and Mrs. T. Horan, Mr. and Mrs. John Murker?, Mr. and Mrs. L. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Mack J. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. F. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pennett, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. J. Chevaller?, Mrs. Gallinger? And family, Mrs. J.E. Manlon?, Misses Agnes and Josephine Young, Miss Mary and Kate O’Hare, Mrs. F. Bennett, Rev. Sister M. Augustine, Toronto, Rev. Sister M. Bernadetta, Toronto, Sisters of the Precious Blood, Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. W. Lee, Reglan?, Mr. Wm. ?, and Mr. F. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. H. Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. M. Dockrill, Mrs. H? Kehoe, Mr. J. Noonan and family, Misses Mary and Margaret Bennett, Mr. Leo Lally, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Leonard, Miss Gertie Lee, Mr. E.J. Lee, Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. T. O’Reilly, Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dewitt, Mrs. John Bennett, Miss Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Noonan, Mrs. McLean and Alice, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lee, Mrs. A.M. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. John Conway, Mr. and Mrs. James Noonan, Miss Teresa Smith. (27 Feb 1920 pg 8)

 

GILCHRIST                    On Monday, October 8th after an illness extending over many weeks, Mrs. Wm. J. Gilchrist passed away at the Perth Memorial Hospital.  The deceased was only 35 years of age and had resided in Perth with her husband for the past eight years having moved into town from North Elmsley.  Besides her husband she is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Wm. D. Noonan, of Bathurst, Mrs. C.P. Doyle and Miss Katie Moran, of Perth.  The funeral took place on Wednesday morning from her late residence, Gore street, to St. John’s Church, thence to the Roman Catholic cemetery.  The pallbearers were Messrs. P.J. Kehoe, J.P. Hogan, M. O’Donohue, Wm. Byrne, Wm. Spence and Frank Publow.  The many spiritual offerings showed in a small way the very high esteem in which the late Mrs. Gilchrist was held.  The floral offerings were a cross from her husband, a pillow from her three sisters, a pillow from Mr. and Mrs. Condie, Smiths Falls, a spray from her niece and nephew, Gladys and Freddie Burns, Elmsley, a wreath from Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gilchrist, spray from Mrs. Price, Miss Menzies and Miss Winterdale of Perth Memorial Hospital.  The spiritual offerings were her husband, Mr. and Mrs. C.P. Doyle, Mr. W.D. Noonan, Mrs. W.D. Noonan, Miss Kate Noonan, Miss Madeline Doyle, Master Martin Doyle, Master James Doyle, Miss Kathleen Noonan, Mrs. Sarah and Miss Mary Murphy, Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. A. Haver, Hamilton, Miss Lucy O’Meara, Hamilton, Miss Mary Grenier, Mr. B. Murphy, Mrs. B. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Maloney, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Publow, Mr. and Mrs. P. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Badour, Mr. Jas. Publow, sr., and Wilfred, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. S. O’Donnell, Miss Rose Joyce, The Ladies’ Auxiliary, Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Publow, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Miss Hannah Donegan, Mr. and Mrs. John Spence and family, Mrs. Jas. Noonan and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Kerr, Mrs. F.M. Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. F.V. O’Connor, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lee, Bathurst, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Byrne, Mrs. Wm. Farrell and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. McCarthy, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Dowdall, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Noonan, Mr. and Miss Nolan. (12 Oct 1923 pg 8)

 

HARTNEY                      At Perth, April 9th, Mr. Stephen Hartney, aged 23 years, 3 months. (17 Apr 1885 pg 2)

 

HARTNEY                      On Wednesday, July 11, about midnight, the death occurred in the Ross Pavillion at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, of Mary Stafford, wife of John Hartney, the well known C.P.R. engineer.  The deceased has been in poor health for some time.  She was born in Almonte, 61 years ago, and was for many years, a resident of Perth.  About 23 years ago, the family moved to Montreal.  She is survived by her husband, three sons, Mack of Plattsburg, Steve of Atlanta, and Stafford of Montreal, and three daughters, Mrs. Cunningham, Misses Florence and Theresa of Montreal.  The funeral which was held from her late home, 158 Hillside Avenue, to the RC church, Westmount, on Saturday morning, was largely attended.  The remains were brought to Perth on the noon train and interment was made at St. John's church cemetery. (20 Jul 1923 pg 8, I couldn’t find a death notice in the Perth Courier)

 

HARTNEY                      MRS. JAMES HARTNEY - Perth lost one of it's oldest and most highly esteemed residents last Saturday, August 19th, in the death of Mrs. James Hartney, at the age 82 years.  Mrs. Hartney had been ill for several years and was confined to bed for the past twelve months.  Born in Stanleyville, she spent her entire life here.  The former Catherine O'Neil, she was the daughter of the late Francis O'Neil and his wife Margaret O'Caroll.  Her marriage to Mr. Hartney, who predeceased her in 1918, took place 61 years ago, last January.  A devout member of the Roman Catholic Church, Mrs. Hartney was a member of St. John's parish and the Catholic Woman's League.  All her life, while she was able, she took an active part in Church affairs.  She was devoted to her family, and her life was centered around her home and her church activities.  Her passing caused deep regret to a wide circle of friends in Perth  and throughout the district, aquired during her long life.  Surviving are three sons and two daughters, Lloyd H. Hartney of Toronto, Frank Hartney of Delta, Colorado, Mrs. Jospeh Mullinn of Perth, John Hartney of Toronto, and Mrs. Mary O'Connell of Grass Valley, California.  Mrs. Hartney herself was the last surviving memeber of a large family, her brothers and sisters all having predeceased her.  The large attendance at her funeral, the many beautiful flowers, and the large number of spiritual offerings, attested to the sorrow caused by her passing.  The funeral took place on Monday morning, from her late residence, 5 Grant St., to St. John's Church, where Rev. Dean M. Meagher officiated with Rev. Father Ahearne  in the Sanctuary, thence to the church cemetery.  The pallbearers were Ed Young, James J. Smith, Mack McNamee, Lawrence Kirkpatrick, W.J. Byrne, and Fred Ferguson.  Among those from out of town at the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy of Ottawa, Mrs. Joseph Seguin of Ottawa, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hartney, John and Thomas of Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. McLennaghan of Smiths Falls.  Flowers were from the following: Mr. and Mrs. J. Mullins and family, the Composing room of the Toronto Star; cut flowers - Miss Annie Ferguson and Eddie Ferguson, Mrs. H. McAdam.  Cards of sympathy were from Mrs. Hazel Noonan and family, and Mrs. William Lally, Eddie and Francis.  Spiritual offerings were from the following: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hartney and family (5), Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartney, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Mullins, Mr. and Mrs. L. Kirkpatrick (2), Mr. and Mrs. Vincent McGarry, Miss Josephine Young and sisters,   Miss Annie Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Errol Conlon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pat. McDonnell, Mr. and Mrs. M.P. McNamee and family, the Catholic Womans League, Mr. and Mrs. M. Donahue, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cordick, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Taulty, Mrs. Jarbeau and John, Mrs. F. Lambert and Mary, Mrs. John Dowdall, Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy, Ottawa, Mr. and Mrs. L. Morrison and family, Misses Annie and Jennie Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. John Courtney, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mulholland, Ed, Annie and Edna Furlong, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brady, Mr. B. Cooper, Miss Anita Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lally, Mrs. Geo. Kerr and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Mick Furlong, Mr. Dan Lee and boys, Mrs. Arthur McGlade and family, Mr. and Mrs. John O'Neil, Mrs. Sarah O'Neill and Mack, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Mr. Victor and Miss Anna Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brady and Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Ellard Doyle, Miss Lizzie O'Neil, Mr. and Mrs. Lennaghan, Smiths Falls, Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson,  Mrs. Jas. Lally and Miss Annie Lally, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Publow, Victoria and Harriett Brown, Mrs. Lucy O'Neill, Mr. P.J. Quinn and family, Mr. Joseph Conway, Gladys and Rhoda Kane, Mr. and Mrs. John Blanche, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Byrne and Irene, Miss Kate Moran, Mrs. Richard Byrne, Mrs. J.E. Maloney, Teresa and Joe, Misses Ellen and Margaret Malone, the Griffin family, Mrs. McCann and Francis, Misses Minnie and Margaret Graham, Mr. and Mrs. John McGlade, Mr. and Mrs. D.V. McGuiggan, Mrs. Dwyre, H.F. and Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. F. Shanks and Mrs. William Manlon, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hartney, Delta, Col., Mrs. Mary McConnell and family, Grass Valley, California. (25 Aug 1939 pg 5)

 

HARTNEY                      At Perth, August 19th, 1939 Catherine O'Neil, wife of the late James Hartney, aged 82 years. (25 Aug 1939 pg 5, death notice also found 3 Sep 1964, under Perth - 25 Years Ago, pg 8)

 

HARTNEY                      In Perth, on Sept. 28th, Margaret Hogan, wife of Mr. Patrick Hartney, aged 84 years." (6 Oct 1911 pg 5)

 

HARTNEY                      On Thursday, September 28th, there passed away a respected old lady in the person of Margaret Hogan, wife of Mr. Patrick Hartney, Grant St.  She had been in delicate health for about two years and at last her death came suddenly.  Deceased was born in the County of Wexford, Ireland in the year 1827 and came to Canada in 1851 and has been a resident of Perth for 60 years.  She was of a kind disposition, good mother and friend.  Her husband, one son James, and Miss Annie survive and have the sympathy of the whole community in their bereavement.  The funeral was largely attended.  The body was taken to the Roman Catholic Church where Requiem Mass was sung by Rev. Father Hogan.  The several friends that came from a distance are Mr. Lloyd Hartney and Mrs. James Thornton, of Toronto, Mr. Jas. Lally, Montreal, Mr. J.P. Lally, Mrs. J. Matte, and Mrs. J.T. Lanigan, Ottawa; Mrs. L. Gareau, and Mr. J.J. Walsh, Carleton Place, and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hogan of Clayton. (6 Oct 1911 pg 8)

 

HARTNEY                      The death of Mrs. Michael Hartney, which occurred on Thursday, Aug. 31st, marked the passing of a pioneer citizen.  The deceased lady in religion, a Roman Catholic, and who's maiden name was Bridget McCann, was born at Armagh Co. Down, Ireland, in the year 1832.  Eighteen years later, she came with relatives to Canada, locating at Perth, which town? has since been her home.  About four years after coming to Canada she was married to Michael Hartney, also of Perth, who predeceased her thirty-two years.  In the death of Mrs. Hartney, at the advanced age of ninety-one years, Perth loses an estimable resident, noted for a large hearted sympathy for those distressed and and a neverfailing response to the calls of charity, an ardent Irishwoman, and blessed with a keen intellect.  Mrs. Hartney kept in touch with the events in the old land through the daily press until a few months before her demise.  The family who mourn her loss consist of three sons and two daughters, John and Mrs. D. Kirkpatrick of Montreal, Bernard of Ottawa, Thomas of London, Mrs. L. Kirkpatrick of Perth with whom Mrs. Hartney made her home.  A large concourse of friends and acquantances followed the body to its last resting place.  The funeral services at St. John's church and cemetery were conducted by Rev. Father Hogan P.P. General sympathy is extended to the relatives of Mrs. Hartney in their sorrow as the numerous spiritual offerings testify.  Floral offering from Mr. and Mrs. John Hartney and family of Montreal.  The following spiritual offerings were received: Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Conway, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. S. Cordick, Mr. and Mrs. T. McGowan, Mr. and Mrs. P. McGlade, Mr. and Mrs. A. Gaudreau, Mr. and Mrs. S. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. L. Kirkpatrick, Mr. and Mrs. W. Pennett, Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Gorman, the Misses Cosgrove, Mrs. C. MacKay, and Miss Margaret McCann, Mrs. T. McCann, Miss Frances McCann, Mr. Pat Hartney and Miss Annie Hartney, Miss M.E. McKinnon, Mr. John Conway, Mrs. Jos. Conway, Mrs. Jas. Hartney, Mr. M. Bennett, Mr. Stephen Bennett, Miss M. O'Laughlin, Mr. Lorne Dowdall and mother, The Ladies Auxilliary, Mr. John Russell, Mr. John O'Laughlin, Mrs. J.J. Byrnes, Mrs. Jno. Bennett, Miss Josephine M. Mulholland, all of Perth: Mrs. T.J. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kane and family, Mr. and Mrs. D. Kirkpatrick, Misses Addle and Rita Kirkpatrick, Miss Mary Kirkpatrick, Mr. Ed. Hartney, Montreal; Mr. and Mrs. T. Hartney, London; Mrs. J. Murphy, Detroit; Mrs. M.F. McGlade, Mrs. W. Pennett, of Smiths Falls; Mr. T.J. Queally, Mr. and Mrs. B. Hartney, Mrs. Kathleen and Berna Hartney, Ottawa; Mr. and Mrs. John McCann, Eganville; Misses Teresa and Margaret McCann, Eganville, and Mrs. J.S. McCann and family, Eganville. (8 Sep 1922 pg 6)

 

HARTNEY                      At Perth, on Thursday, August 31, Bridget McCann, wife of the late Michael Hartney, aged 91 years. (7 Sep 1972 pg 9, found under Perth - 50 years ago)

 

HARTNEY                      On Thursday, September 28th, there passed away a respected old lady in the person of Margaret Hogan, wife of Mr. Patrick Hartney, Grant St.  She had been in delicate health for about two years and at last her death came suddenly.  Deceased was born in the County of Wexford, Ireland in the year 1827 and came to Canada in 1851 and has been a resident of Perth for 60 years.  She was of a kind disposition, good mother and friend.  Her husband, one son James, and Miss Annie survive and have the sympathy of the whole community in their bereavement.  The funeral was largely attended.  The body was taken to the Roman Catholic Church where Requiem Mass was sung by Rev. Father Hogan.  The several friends that came from a distance are Mr. Lloyd Hartney and Mrs. James Thornton, of Toronto;...and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hogan of Clayton.  (6 Oct 1911)

 

HARTNEY                      MARGARET HOGAN HARTNEY - In Perth, Sept. 28, Margaret Hogan, wife of Patrick Hartney, Grant St., aged 84 years.  Born in Co. Wexford, Ireland in 1827 and came to Canada in 1851.  Husband, son James and daughter Annie survive.  Roman Catholic.  (6 Oct 1911)

 

HEALY                          Peter Healy, a well known drover and farmer of Montague, died very suddenly while attending to his farm stock.  Deceased was 57 years of age, and had been in poor health for some time. (18 Mar 1910 pg 6)

 

HEALY                          A prominent Toronto contractor, Mr. Michael Healy, whose activities extended from Montreal to Vancouver, died in Toronto on the 1st of February in his 64th year.  He was born in Smiths Falls of Irish descent and left the town 18 years ago for Toronto.  He was a man of marked executive ability and built numerous churches, hospitals and schools in Ontario and Western points.  In religion he was a Roman Catholic. (9 Feb 1923 pg 8)

 

HEALY                          Mrs. Mary Healy passed peacefully away at the home of her son in law, Patrick Keony, in Guelph, at the age of 104 years, retaining her faculties and health to the last. (20 Nov 1914 pg 2)

 

HEALY                          At Smiths Falls, on Monday, April 11th, D.C. Healy, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Healy, aged 65 years.  Funeral Saturday morning at nine o’clock. (15 Apr 1921 pg 5)

 

HEALY                          REV. JOSEPH P. HEALY – Rev. Joseph P. Healy of Trenton passed away November 26, in Trenton.  He was 46? years old.  A former native of Smiths Falls, Rev. Healy was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edmund James Healy.  Rev. Healy resided in Trenton for the six months prior to his death and had previously served as parish priest in Lansdowne, Lanark and South Mountain parishes.  In early years in the priesthood, he served as curate to St. Peter’s Church, Trenton.  He attended Smiths Falls High School and St. Augustine Seminary in Toronto.  He was ordained May 24, 1951, in his home parish of St. Francis de Sales Church in Smiths Falls.  Surviving members of the family include, sister Mrs. Bernard (Mary) Murphy of Regina; Mrs. Howard (Patricia) Ryan of Rednersville; Rose Healy of  Lima, Peru.  He is also survived by two brothers, Foch Healy of Prescott and John Healy of Lindsay.  Funeral service was held November 29 at St. Peter’s Church with Archbishop J.L. Wilhelm of Kingston as the principal celebrant.  Concelebrants were Msgr. Regis St. James, Thunder Bay; Rev. Patrick Cavanagh, St. Peter’s Seminary, London; Rev. Peter Hussey of North Bay, and Rev. Bernard O’Neill of Brockville.  Interment was in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Trenton.  Honorary pallbearers were Alf Paro, Everett St. Hilaire, Eldon Weiss, Elmer McCarthy, James Williamson and Alex Blaquire.  All were members of the Knights of Columbus, Trenton.  Active pallbearers were Rev. D.W. MacDonald, Smiths Falls; Rev. W.H. Hamilton, Picton; Rev. W.J. Lynett, Trenton; Rev. P.F. Murphy, Carleton Place; Rev. T.G. Scanlon, Marmora, and Rev. P.H. Murphy, Madoc. (14 Dec 1972 pg 16)

 

HEALEY                        At Smiths Falls on Saturday, Feb 27th, Mary Doyle, widow of the late Peter Healey, aged 72 years. (5 Mar 1926 pg 8)

 

HENRETTA                    On Saturday August 8th, at 12:30 o’clock p.m. Mrs. Patrick Henretta passed away to her eternal rest at her home, on the 3rd line of Drummond.  Though ailing for the past two years, which was borne patiently no one expected the end was so near.  Her maiden name was Elizabeth Kelly and she was born at Palmerston, fifty-four years ago.  Early in life she moved with her family to Kingston.  In November 1895, she was married to Patrick Henretta.  She leaves to mourn the loss of a faithful wife and kind mother, her husband and one son, P.J. of Detroit, Michi., and daughter Loretta, at home, also three sisters and three brothers; Mrs. M. Weler, Ardock, Ont, Thomas and Susie, Ardock, N.D., Mrs. R.J. Appleton, Toronto, Patrick of Kingston; and John, of Odessa.  The funeral took place onTuesday morning, August 11th to St. John’s Church thence to the R.C. Cemetery.  Rev. Dean Hogan officiating.  The many floral and spiritual offerings testify to the high esteem in which she was held among her friends and neighbors.  The pallbearers were Messrs. H.C. Stanley?, Wm. Doyle, Jas. Ewart, John Spence, John Richmond and Martin Doyle. (21 Aug 1925 pg4)

 

HENRETTA                    In Drummond, on Saturday, August 8th, Patrick Henretta, aged 54 years. (14 Aug 1975 pg 13, found under Perth - 50 years ago)

 

HENRETTA                    PATRICK J. HENRETTA – On Sunday November 28th there passed away a respected citizen of Drummond Township in the person of Patrick J. Henretta.  Mr. Henretta was born in Bathurst Township 82 years ago.  He was the son of the late Patrick Henretta and Ellen Hogan.  He moved to Drummond with his parents and family early in life and has resided there ever since.  His wife the late Elizabeth Kelly, formerly of Kingston predeceased him in 1925.  He leaves to mourn his passing one son, Patrick of Drummond and two brothers John of Perth and Richard of Fairbanks, Alaska.  Requiem Mass was chanted on December 1st in St. John’s Church by the Right Rev. Monsignor Meagher.  Interment was in St. John’s Cemetery with Father Trainor officiating at the grave.  Many Spiritual and floral offerings were received from friends and relatives.  The pallbearers were six neighbours; Terrance Ryan, Allen Ewart, Frank Poole, Jas Frizell, Bert Frizell and Wm. Spence. (16 Dec 1943 pg 3)

 

HENRETTA                    At the GWM Hospital, Perth, on Tuesday, Jan. 18, 1972, Patrick J. Henretta, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Henretta, in his 75th year. (27 Jan 1972 pg 4)

 

HENRETTA                    At Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston, on Saturday, Feb. 12th, 1972, Mary P. Henretta, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Henretta. (17 Feb 1972 pg5)

 

HENRETTA                    PERTH 25 YEARS AGO – DIED – At Perth, on February 13th, Margaret Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Henretta, aged 3 years and 4 months. (21 Feb 1936 pg 2)

 

HENRETTA                    PERTH 25 YEARS AGO – In Drummond, on Saturday August 8th, Mr. Patrick Henretta, aged 54 years. (10 Aug 1950 pg 3)

 

HOGAN                         At the GWM Hospital, Perth, on Friday, Jun 6?, 1969, Jean Mary Truelove, wife of the late Leo Joseph Hogan, in her 75th year. (12 Jun 1969 pg 4)

 

HOGAN                         On the Scotch Line, on Saturday 11th April, Eliza Hogan, daughter of Mr. Michael Hogan, aged 38? Years. (17 Apr 1885 pg 2)

 

HOGAN                         At. St. Francis Hospital, Smiths Falls, on Sunday, October 23rd, 1932, Mr. Bernard Hogan, aged 84 years. (28 Oct 1932 pg 9)

 

HOGAN                         On Friday, Oct 2, Mary McCabe, relict of Mr. Daniel Hogan, 3rd line Bathurst, aged 72 years. (9 Oct 1891 pg 4)

 

HOGAN                         On Monday last the remains of Mrs. Daniel Hogan were taken to their last resting place in the Roman Catholic cemetery in Perth, followed by an immense consorse? Of friends and neighbors.  Deceased was born in the county of Wexford, Ireland and came with her parents to Batherst seventy years ago.  She was therefore one of the earliest settlers in the township surviving this year.  She was a woman of a kindly, charitable disposition, and never turned any one away hungry from her door.  Her husband died many years ago.(9 Oct 1891 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         In Perth, on Wednesday, April 9th, 1930, Miss Mary Ann Hogan.  The funeral will take place from the residence of her brother, Rev. Dean J.T. Hogan, on Friday, April 11th at 8:45 a.m. to St. John’s Church thence to the R.C. Cemetery. (11 Apr 1930 pg 8)

 

HOGAN                         Miss M.A. Hogan answered the call to the higher and better life on Wednesday, April 8th, at the residence of her devoted brother, Rev. Dean J. Hogan, after a prolonged illness and in her passing a beautiful life was closed.  Deceased was born at the Scotch line ninety-one years ago, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hogan and for a great many years, resided as a housekeeper with her brother, Rev. Dean Hogan, coming to Perth from Napanee in 1904 when Dean Hogan was appointed parish priest of St. John’s Church.  Miss Hogan possessed a charming personality and was beloved by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance.  She was of a quiet and reserved disposition.  She lived an exemplary Catholic life.  She will be sadly missed, not only by her immediate relatives, and Dean Hogan in particular, for she and he were fondly attached to each other, but by all who knew her.  Deceased is survived by two brothers, Dean Hogan and Mr. Bernard Hogan.  The funeral was held from St. John’s Presbytery, where she had resided since coming to Perth, on Friday morning to St. John’s Church where her brother, Dean Hogan, officiated at solemn requiem high mass, assisted by Rev. Father Garvin, of Stanleyville, as deacon, and Rev. Father Whelan, of Lanark, as sub-deacon, and with the following priests in the sanctuary: Rev. Fathers Hanley and Farrall, Smiths Falls; Staley, Chesterville; Caray, Wolfe Island; Melghen, Elgin, Byrne, Spencerville; V. Mengher, Mados?, Keeley, Marmora; Scott, Toledo; McCabe, Kingston, and Keaney, Merrickville.  After the mass the funeral proceeded to St. John’s Cemetery.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Mack Hogan, Bernard Buchanan, Thos. McGowan, Fred Consitt, Fred Publow, and Frank Publow. (18 Apr 1930 pg 6)

 

HOGAN                         At Smiths Falls, on Wednesday May 11, 1966, John Daniel Hogan, beloved husband of Margaret Mahoney, father of Mrs. Raymond Allen (Lois), Smiths Falls. (19 May 1966 pg 8)

 

HOGAN                         J.D. HOGAN – The death occurred Wednesday, May 11, of John Daniel Hogan in St. Francis General Hospital after a lengthy illness.  Born in Perth, son of the late Margaret Adam and Michael Hogan, he received his education in that town.  Having learned the printing trade at the Perth Expositor he was later employed by the Hamilton Spectator and the Carleton Place Herald for many years.  At the time of illness, he was attached to the administration branch of St. Francis General Hospital.  Widely known in Eastern Ontario for his affiliation with newsmen and especially for his interest in reporting sports.  Mr. Hogan was married to the former Margaret Mahoney who survives as well as one daughter, Mrs. Raymond Allen (Lois), two grandchildren, Cindy and Randy Allen; two sisters, Mrs. M. Hogan; Perth; Mrs. M. Dockrill, Smiths Falls, and one brother Thomas and a number of nieces and nephews.  The remains rested at the Amy Funeral Home, thence to St. Francis de Sales Church, Saturday morning, where Requiem High Mass was chanted by Rev. E.F. Shea.  Burial took place at St. John’s cemetery in Perth.  Pallbearers were Joseph Masterson, Clarke McLaren, Daniel Kennedy, Wm. Graham, George Hogan, Perth, and Lorne Cook, Kingston.  The many floral tributes and spiritual offerings testified to the high esteem in which the deceased was held.  A large number of out of town friends and relatives attended the funeral. (26 May 1966 pg 11)

 

HOGAN                         JAMES P. HOGAN – The sudden and sorrowful demise of James P. Hogan, on Friday, Oct. 17, came as a distinct shock to Perth and surrounding districts.  Born in Bathurst, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Hogan, he was the youngest of a family of four.  His genial and kindly disposition won for him a host of friends.  A requiem High Mass was chanted by Rev. Father Meagher, in St. John’s Church on Monday morning, Oct. 20, and from there he was borne to his last resting place in St. Johns R.C. Cemetery where Rev. Father Trulmor? Officiated.  His pallbearers were Messrs. A.Noonan, E. Lambert, W. Wlison, ? Donohoe, C. Doyle, F. Conway.  Mr. Hogan leaves to mourn his loss his wife, the former Hannah Doyle, and his sister, Mary Hogan; a brother and sister having predeceased him.  The numerous spiritual and floral offerings testified to the high esteem in which the late Mr. Hogan was held by all. (30 Oct 1947 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         At Perth, on Monday, Sept (s/b Aug) 28th, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hogan, a daughter. (stillborn). (1 Sep 1922 pg 4)

 

HOGAN                         HOGAN, HAROLD F. – In hospital, Smiths Falls, Ontario, on Thursday, March 15, 1984.  Harold F. Hogan of Smiths Falls, in his 66th year.  Sadly missed and loved by Gertrude Elliott.  Dear father of Hal of Halifax; Pat (Mrs. Darcy Majore) of RR4 Lanark.  Dear brother of Kenneth of Ottawa; Norman, Russell and Dorothy (Mrs. Dan Garvin), all of Perth.  Friends were received at the Young Funeral Home, Lanark.  Funeral Mass was celebrated in St. Declan Church on Saturday March 17 at 11 a.m. (21 Mar 1984 pg 16)

 

HOGAN                         At the G.W.M. Hospital, in Perth, on Saturday, February 23rd, 1935, Mr. Richard Hogan of Perth, aged 65 years. (1 Mar 1935 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         A resident of Perth since he was a young man, Mr. Richard Hogan passed away in the Great War Memorial Hospital on Saturday, February 23rd, having been seriously ill since the beginning of the year, and was a patient in the hospital for five weeks.  Deceased was sixty-five years of age, having been born in Bathurst Township on the present farm occupied by Mr. Peter Conlon, 3rd line, a son of the late William Hogan and Jane Colvin.  For the long period of thirty-one years, since 1904, he had been employed as a C.P.R. trackman between Perth and Glen Tay and Perth and Elmsley, and was held in highest esteem by his fellow workmen, officials and other railroad employees on th two divisions between Smiths Falls and Trenton and Smiths Falls and Havelock.  He was a member of the Brotherhood of Railway Trackmen.  He was superannuated at the end of 1934, but unfortunately was destined to live but a short while to enjoy his retirement.  He was an honoured, popular and well liked member of the Perth Fire Brigade for twenty-one years, having joined the organization in 1910 and retired in 1931 when he was made an honorary member.  He was married to Miss Mary McMahon, a native of Ireland, who predeceased him on April 24th, 1925.  He was also predeceased by a sister, Miss Maggie Hogan.  Deceased is survived by two sons, Mr. James A. Hogan, manager of the Dominion Store at Hawkesbury and William P. Hogan, at home, one sister, Miss Minnie Hogan, and one brother Mr. James P. Hogan, both of Perth.  The funeral was held on Monday morning from his late residence on North street to St. John’s Church where Rev. Dean M. Meagher officiated at the solemn requiem high mass, the body being afterwards placed in the vault at St. John’s Cemetery to await burial in the spring.  Chief J.W. Gamble and a number of members of the Perth Fire Brigade attended the funeral in a body.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Andrew W. Clement, Lorne Fagan, Wm. White, Francis McParlan, Dan. McParlan and Richard Cordick.  Beautiful floral tributes were received from the Brotherhood of Railway Trackmen, C.P.R. employees at Perth, Glen Tay and Elmsley, Mr. K.N. Paupst?, Brockville, and district managers of Dominion Stores, Dominion Stores Ltd., Montreal, and a large number of spiritual offerings. (1 Mar 1935 pg 9)

 

HOGAN                         Bathurst lost one of her well known and life long residents on Friday in the death of Richard D. Hogan, who had been ailing and in poor health for the past seven years.  Born on the homestead, which later became his, he was the son of Daniel Hogan, one of the early pioneers of the township.  He was the eldest in the family and at the time of death was seventy-two years of age.  Surviving members of the family are Michael Hogan and Mrs. Patrick Brady and Mrs. James Noonan sr.  Their father died when the family were quite young, and upon the mother fell the task of rearing them in those primeval days.  The subject of this obituary grew to manhood, strong and sturdy, and in the old lumbering days, teamed and shantied.  He was well known and well liked everywhere and in his day was a skilled violinist, always in demand for an evening’s dance.  Mr. Hogan married Mary Brady, who survives with one son, Daniel.  Their only daughter died several years ago.  Deceased was a successful farmer and was a member of the local board of health for a number of years.  The funeral took place on Monday morning to St. John’s church and cemetery, and was one of the largest coming from Bathurst in many years.  The pallbearers were Alex. Parkes, of Eganville; Michael Conlon, Barry’s Bay, Richard Hogan, Westport; Michael McCabe, Almonte, and John Tovey and James Murphy, 3rd line.  Among relatives and friends from a distance were Mrs. Peter Jackman, of Cobourg; Alex. Parkes and Miss Parkes, Eganville; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brady, of Almonte; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hogan, of Westport; Michael Conlon, Barry’s Bay; Michael McCabe, Almonte, and Mrs. Dan Cameron, of Smiths Falls. (15 Aug 1913 pg 8)

 

HOGAN                         A long and useful life ended on the morning of Sunday, October 12th, when Mrs. Richard Hogan passed away after a brief illness at her home on the 3rd line of Bathurst.  The late Mrs. Hogan was one of the oldest residents of Bathurst Township where she had lived her entire life.  She was born in the year 1844, a daughter of the late John Brady and Bridget Morris.  Her mother passed away while she was a baby, and having no older sister, she was cared for through her childhood days by her cousins, the Leonard family.  Her husband, the late Mr. Richard Hogan, predeceased her sixteen years ago.  To their union were born one daughter, the late Mrs. Wm. DeWitt, who died in 1904, and one son, Daniel, who resides on the homestead.  Of a quiet and kindly disposition, Mrs. Hogan was the last member of the first family of the late Mr. John Brady, the brothers being James, Patrick, Michael, Thomas, John and William, and of the second family, Philip, Frank and Mrs. James Publow are deceased.  The surviving members of the Brady family are Mr. Peter Brady of Bathurst, Margaret of Perth, Mrs. Kilfoyle of Kalamazoo, Mich., and Mrs. Cameron, of Montreal.  Largely attended, the funeral was held on Tuesday morning from her late residence in Bathurst to St. John’s Church, Perth, where the funeral mass was celebrated by Rev. Father O’Neill, burial afterwards taking place in St. John’s Cemetery.  A large number of spiritual and floral offerings were received. (17 Oct 1930 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         In Bathurst, on Sunday, Oct 12th, 1930, Mary Ann Brady, wife of the late Richard Hogan, aged 86 years. (17 Oct 1930 pg 8)

 

HOGAN                         Miss Margaret Hogan, daughter of Mrs. Wm. Hogan, North street, died in the St. Francis de Sales hospital, Smith’s Falls, in the early morning hours of Monday, where she had been receiving treatment for the past two months or so.  Her life of 18? Or 48 years was quietly lived in Perth and Bathurst, where she made many friends.  Hers was a kind hearted disposition.  Her mother, two brothers and a sister survive her:  James P. of the Imperial Hotel, Richard and Miss Mary Jane.  The funeral took place on Wednesday morning to St. John’s church where requiem mass was sung and interment was afterwards made in the Roman Catholic cemetery. (24 Apr 1914 pg 8)

 

HOGAN                         A deep gloom was cast over Perth and vicinity on Saturday evening, June 24th when it became known that Mrs. Dan. Hogan passed peacefully and quietly away.  With every medical skill and all that loving hands could do, still the Angel silently entered and summoned her to her home of eternal rest.  She was a most devout Catholic and her beautiful and peaceful death was a fitting culmination to her Christian life.  Deceased was Miss Bridget Byrne previous to her marriage and she was born on June 23rd 1854.  Surviving are her husband, one son, John D., one daughter, Mrs. O. Sutherland, a grandson, Master George Hogan, of Perth, three sisters, Mrs. T.V. O’Connor, Mrs. J. McGlade, and Mrs. P. Bennett, of Perth, and two brothers, James Byrne, Stanleyville and Patrick Byrne, Antigo, Wis.  Deceased was an affectionate wife and mother, charitable and obliging.  She never averred the death of two children, Mary and Thomas, who died suddenly three years ago.  While her death was not altogether unexpected still it has left a void that can never be filled.  The large number who gathered around her remains to pay their last respects shows the esteem in which she was held.  The funeral was held on Tuesday morning from the residence of Mr. O. Sutherland to St. John’s church and thence to the R.C. cemetery and Rev. Dean Hogan officiated.  The pallbearers were, Messars. Geo. Williams, F.L. Lambert, Dan Mitchell, P.J. Doyle, Michael Bennett and Frank Clyne.  The spiritual offerings were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. O. Sutherland, (five), Mr. and Mrs. John Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Conlon. Jr., Miss M. O’Loughlin, Mr. and Mrs. John McParland, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mitchell, Mrs. Geo. Farrell and family, Mr. Daniel Hogan (five), Mr. Fred Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. McManus, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. T.V. O’Connor, Mr. and Mrs. V. Lally, Master Geo. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. John McGlade, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gallipeau, Mr. and Mrs. P. Bennett, Miss Lizzie ? Kane, St. John’s Auxiliary, Mrs. M. Hogan and Annie, Mrs. Jas. Ryan and Miss ?, Mr. and Mrs. John Conner, Mr. and Mrs. A. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Dan. ?, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hogan, Miss K. Holloren?, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lally, Mr. John Bennett, Miss M. Courtouy?, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Doyle, Mr. Jno. And Miss ? Flannigan, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Maloney?, Mr. and Mrs. H. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. F. Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. P. ?, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hogan, Miss ? Byrnes, Messrs. John and Frank Hogan, Mr. Jas. Kane and family, Mr. P.J. Quinn and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. Furlong, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Conner?, Mr. and Mrs. A.V. McLean, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Cooper, Miss J. Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cooper, Misses Mary and Kate O’Hare, Mr. Michael Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. M. Dockrill, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tovey, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Dowall and family, Mr. and Mrs. C?.J. Foy, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Mrs. M. Mitchell and family, Mr. John? Bond?, Mrs. F. and Miss Mary Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. P. Hogan, Mr. ?, Mrs. H? Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. A. Dixon. (30 Jun 1922 pg 8)

 

HOGAN                         In Perth, on Saturday, June 24th, Bridget Byrnes, wife of Mr. Daniel Hogan, aged 69 years. (16 Sep 1922 pg 4)

 

HOGAN                         A deep gloom was cast over Perth and vicinity on Wednesday evening, January 16th, when it became known that Mr. Daniel Hogan, son of the late Thomas Hogan and Alicia McCabe passed peacefully and quietly away with every medical skill and all that loving hands could do still the angel silently entered and summoned hime to his home of eternal rest.  Mr. Hogan fell on the floor of his bedroom and fractured his hop on Thursday morning, Jan 10th.  It developed into pneumonia and on the following Wednesday death came and left a void that can never fe filled.  He was a Roman Catholic with a kind obliging and agreeable disposition.  He was married to Miss Bridget O’Byrne who predeceased him June 29, 1922.  The large number who gathered around his remains to pay their last respects shows the esteem in which he was held.  The funeral took place on Friday morning from the home of his son in law, Mr. Os. Sutherland, to St. John’s Church, where high mass was celebrated by Rev. Dean Hogan.  Interment being made in the Catholic Cemetery.  The pallbearers were: George Williams, Edward Young, P.J. Kehoe, D.J. Mitchell, J. Henretta and P.J. Doyle.  Floral offerings were from the following:  Employees Perth Felt Co., wreath; spray, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Hogan, spray Mr. and Mrs. O. Sutherland.  Spiritual offerings:  Master George and Edward Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Conlon, jr., Miss Rose Jordan, Mr. and MRs. J.E. Maloney, Mr. and MRs. D.J. McManus, Mr. Herb.  Bennett, Mr. and MRs. Dan. Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Doyle, Mr. and Miss O’Laughlin, MR. and Mrs. Daniel Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. P. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. V. Lally, Mr. and Mrs. T.V. O’Connor, Master George Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Conway, Mrs. Richard Hogan, Westport, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Furlong, Mr. and Mrs. John McGlade, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lally, the Ladies Auxiliary, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Cooper, Mr. P.J. Quinn and family, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Hogan, Mr. W.J. Sutherland, Smiths Falls, Miss Mary Byrne, Ottawa, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Farrell, A. Friend, Miss S. Sutherland, Montreal, 25, Mr. and Mrs. P. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. H.F. Crosby, Montreal, 25, Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Dockrill, Smiths Falls, Mr. Michael Hogan, Miss Alice McCardle, Mrs. George Farrel and family, Mr. and Mrs. O.A. Sutherland, 5, Miss Laura Byrne,  Ottawa, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Lambert, Mrs. M. Hogan and Annie, Mr. and Mrs. D. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. M. Quigley, Mr. and Mrs. A.V. McLean, Mr. Frank Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Noonan. (25 Jan 1924 pg 8)

 

HOGAN                         MOURN PASSING OF MRS. J.P. HOGAN – The funeral of Mrs. James P. Hogan, a resident of Perth for the greater part of her life, was held last Wednesday in St. John’s Roman Catholic Church.  Very Rev. J.H. Farrell sang the Requiem High Mass.  Interment was in the parish cemetery.  Mrs. Hogan, the former Hannah Doyle, was born in Drummond, daughter of the late Andrew Doyle and Mary Dowling.  She was married in Perth in 1903 to James P. Hogan who predeceased her four years ago.  She is survived by three sisters, Mrs. William Earle, Mrs. John Lambert and Mrs. Frank McGowan, all of Perth and a brother, Edward Doyle of Detroit.  (17 Apr 1952 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         Mr. James E. Hogan died of heart failure at Douglas on Tuesday, April 19th.  He had been down to his shop in the forenoon, and complained of a pain in his side, and was induced to return home to lie down for a while.  On reaching the house he entered his room and locked the door.  About three-quarters of an hour later his presence at the shop was required and an attempt was made to arouse him.  As no response to call was received, the door was forced open and he was found lying on the bed dead.  A doctor was called at once and he pronounced it a case of death from heart failure.  Mr. Hogan was the son of the late Mr. Patrick Hogan, who ran a tailor shop in town some years ago.  Deceased was about 42 years of age, and was a tailor by trade.  He moved away from here some years ago.  He was a married man, but leaves no children.  A brother Michael resides in Clayton.  A curious coincidence in deaths of deceased is that his end came the same way as did his mother’s.  Mrs. Patrick Hartney, of Perth, is an aunt, and Mr. Hartney attended the funeral in Clayton. (6 May 1904 pg 7)

 

HOGAN                         In Smiths Falls, on Sept. 8th, Mr. James Hogan, formerly of Perth, aged 80 year old. (13 Sept 1901 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         In Perth, on Wednesday March 2, Jean Montgomery, beloved wife of Donald Hogan, in her 27th year. (7 Mar 1974 pg 9, found under Perth - 25 years ago)

 

HOGAN                         MARGARET ALECIA HOGAN – Following a short illness Margaret Alecia Hogan, 51 Craig Street, Perth, passed away April 14th, 1974 at the GWM Hospital, in her 85th year.  Deceased was born in Perth, the daughter of the late Michael T. Hogan and his wife, Margaret Adam.  She received her education in Perth and was employed by Henry K. Wampole for a number of years.  On September 25, 1917, she was united in marriage to the late Michael J. Hogan and spent the greater part of her married years on the Scotch Line.  She was predeceased by her husband, Michael, in 1971 and her daughter Doreen, in 1938.  Left to mourn are Sister Margaret Ann, Kingston, and Theo (Mrs. Jack Byrne), of Perth.  Margaret was the last surviving member of her family which consisted of five brothers, Thomas, William, Leo, John and Francis and two sisters, Ethel and Ann.  The funeral was held from Blair and Son Funeral Home on April 17 to St. John’s Church for Requiem Mass celebrated by Rev. Father Price.  Present in the sanctuary were Father O’Hearn and Father Davis.  Interment, St. John’s Cemetery.  The pallbearers were Wellington Burke, George Consitt, Roy Waite, Carl Hogan, Hubert Hogan and Melville Hogan. (16 May 1974 pg 16)

 

HOGAN                         In Perth, on Monday, March 2nd, Mrs. Michael T. Hogan, in his 71st year. (6 Mar 1975 pg 9, found under Perth - 50 years ago)

 

HOGAN                         At St. Francis General Hospital, Smiths Falls, on Friday, April 24th, Mary McMahon wife of Mr. Richard Hogan of Perth, aged 37 years. (1 May 1975 pg 13 – Perth 50 years ago)

 

HOGAN                         At the GWM Hospital, Perth, Ont., on Sunday, April 14, 1974, Margaret Hogan, wife of the late Michael J. Hogan, in her 85th year. (25 Apr 1974 pg 4)

 

HOGAN                         MICHAEL J. (MAC) HOGAN – Following an illness of several months from a heart condition, Michael J. (Mac) Hogan, 51 Craig Street, died in the GWM Hospital, Perth, Ont., on May 20, in his 87th year.  Deceased was a son of the late Patrick Hogan and his wife, Mary Davis, and was born on the Scotch Line.  He received his education at the Scotch Line School and the Perth Collegiate Institute.  He worked the homestead farm for several years, and with his family moved to Perth where deceased worked at Central Wire.  He was married September, 1917, in St. John’s Church, to Margaret Alecia Hogan.  A daughter, Doreen passed away in 1938.  Besides his wife, he is survived by (Theo) Mrs. Jack Byrne, Perth, and Sister Margaret Anne, Edmonton, Albr.  He was predeceased by Dr. J.T. Hogan, Smiths Falls; Patrick, Los Angeles, Cal., and Thomas of Toronto; two sisters, Mrs. Fred Consitt (Sadie) and Mrs. Fred Publow (Mae).  Deceased was the last member of his family.  The funeral was held from the Blair and Son Funeral Home on May 22, to St. John’s Church for Requiem Mass chanted by Rev. B.A. McNally and Rev. Dan Ryan.  Interment was in St. John’s Cemetery.  The pallbearers were George Consitt, Wellington Burke, Norman Hogan, Melville Hogan, Roy Waite, Joseph Mahon. (17 Jun 1971 pg 12)

 

HOGAN                         At the G.W.M. Hospital; Perth, Ont., on Thursday, May 20th, 1971, Michael (Mac) Hogan, beloved husband of Margaret Alecia Hogan, in his 87th year. (3 Jun 1971 pg 9)

 

HOGAN                         At Perth, on Feb 16, Mrs. Michael T. Hogan, age 58 years. (11 Feb 1971 pg 9 – Perth 50 years ago)

 

HOGAN                         In Perth, on Monday March 2nd, Mr. Michael T. Hogan in his 71st year. (6 Mar 1925 pg 8)

 

HOGAN                         One of Perth’s highly respected and widely known citizens in the person of Mr. Michael T. Hogan passed away on Monday, March 2nd at the home of his son in law, Mr. Herbert Noonan, Drummond street East, in his seventy-first year.  Deceased was a son of the late Thomas Hogan, of Bathurst.  Although deceased had been falling health for the past few years, death coming as a great shock to his family and friends.  He was a life long citizen of Perth and vinicity and spent the early part of his life farming in Bathurst, later moving to Perth where he resided until death claimed him.  He leaves to mourn his loss five sons and three daughters, namely, Messrs. Thomas, William, Leo, of town, Jack of Carleton Place, Frank of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Merton Dockrill of Port Elmsley, Mrs. Mack J. Hogan, Scotch Line, and Mrs. Herbert Noonan, town.  The funeral took place Wednesday morning, March 4th, to St. John’s Church thence to the R.C. Cemetery, Rev. Dean Hogan officiating.  Numerous floral and spiritual offerings were received.  The pallbearers were  Messrs. James Conlon, Richard Conlon, John Henretta, Daniel Mitchell, William McCabe and William Adams. (13 Mar 1925 pg 6)

 

HOGAN                         At the GWM Hospital, on Tuesday, Sept 1st, 1970, Michael Thomas Hogan, in his 87th year. (24 Sep 1970 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         MICHAEL THOMAS HOGAN – At the GWM Hospital, Perth, Ont., on Sept 1, 1970, the death occurred of Michael Thomas Hogan, in his 87th year.  He was born July 15, 1884, in Perth, a son of the late Michael Thomas Hogan and his wife Margaret Adams.  He spent all of his life in Perth where he received his education and for several years was employed by the Perth Shoe Co. Ltd., retiring in 1959.  On April 16, 1917 he was united in marriage to Rose Mary White who predeceased him in May, 1967.  Mr. Hogan is survived by one son, two daughters and seven grandchildren, Carl of Smiths Falls, Ont; Helen (Mrs. Jim Burke); Mildred (Mrs. Art Pennett) and also one sister, Margaret (Mrs. Mac Hogan), all of Perth.  He was predeceased by four brothers, Bill and Leo of Perth; Frank and Jack of Smiths Falls, and two sisters, Ethel (Mrs. Mert. Dockrill) Port Elmsley and Anna (Mrs. Herb Noonan), Perth.  The funeral was held from Blair and Son Funeral Home on Thursday, September 3, 1970 to St. John’s R.C. Church where the funeral mass was offered by Rev. B. McNally at 10 a.m. and interment in St. John’s Cemetery.  Pallbearers were Norman and Russell Hogan, Roy Waite, Jim Nixon, Earl Walker, George Jackson.  The many spiritual and floral tributes and donations to the Heart and Cancer Funds indicated the high esteem in which Mr. Hogan was held.  Relatives and friends attended from Kingston, Westport, Syracuse, N.Y. Smiths Falls and surrounding area. (24 Sep 1970 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         In Perth, on Wednesday, Jan 16, Mr. Daniel Hogan, aged 74 years. (17 Jan 1975 pg 9, found under Perth - 50 years ago)

 

HOGAN & LEVER            TWO PERTH SALESMEN KILLED NEAR ALMONTE – (picture and caption) – A tragic accident at Priest Crossing, three-quarters of a mile West of Snedden Station; near Almonte last Monday took the lives of two well known Perth citizens.  The car in which the occupants were travelling crashed into the train.  The victims of this unfortunate occurrence were Donald Hogan, 28, and Lauren Lever, 33, and the accident occurred at 10:25 a.m.  Lever and Hogan, employees of the Burchell Supply Co., were travelling on the road that ran parallel to the railway.  Apparently the occupants of the car did not hear or see the train which was travelling in the same direction, and turned into the crossing.  The fireman of the engine, Mr. H. Greenlaw said he saw the small English car travelling down the road ahead of the train.  It appeared that the car (sentence illegible).  However, (sentence illegible).  The train driver applied his brakes, but it was too late.  The train ripped into the small car with such force that the occupants were almost instantly killed.  Wreckage was strewn over a distance and when neighboring residents rush to the scene of the wreck they saw that it was too late to do anything.  There was an all Ottawa crew on the train; Engineer Thomas Barnes, Conductor A.C. Trudeau and H. Greenlaw.  Dr. Snedden of Almonte rushed to the scene but there was nothing he could do.  Dr. A.A. Metcalfe, Almonte, District Coroner, presided at the inquest.  Members of the jury were Fraser McMumm, William Sadler, Harvey Timmins, Borden McGill and George Arthur.  The inquest was held on Monday afternoon and a verdict of accidental death was brought in.  The bodies were first taken to Scott’s Undertaking Parlor in Almonte and from their moved to Blair and Son in this Town.  Donald Hogan, born in Perth in 1921, the fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hogan.  While serving with the Air Force in 1945, he married the former Jean Montgomery of County Downs, Ireland, who predeceased him in 1949.  He is survived by his parents, one sister, Dorothy; and five brothers, Norman, Russell and Hubert of Perth; Harold of Sudbury and Kenneth of Windsor.  The largely attended funeral was held from his home to St. John’s Catholic Church, where a Requiem High Mass was chanted by the Rev. H.J. Farrell, V.F., with interment being made in St. John’s Cemetery.  The pallbearers, all friends of the deceased were, Scott Burchell, Andrew McGarry, Harold McCormick, Edgar Timmons, James Rodgers, and Thomas O’Donaghue.  The many beautiful floral tributes, spiritual offerings and kind words of sympathy received by his parents, showed the high esteem with which he was held by all who knew him.  Funeral services for the second accident victim, William Lorne Leaver, was held from his home in Perth, to Blair and Son’s Funeral Home, where the services were conducted by the Rev. S.B. Holmes of St. James’ Anglican Church, of which he was a member.  Interment was made in St. James’ Anglican Cemetery, at Smith’s Falls.  Graveside committal services were conducted by the Rev. Holmes.  Pallbearers were, Scott Burchell, Neil Campbell, James Rodger, Ernest Steele, Cameron McPherson and Wilbert Greer.  The lat Mr. Leaver was born in Smiths Falls, on July 1st, 1917, the youngest son of the late William Leaver, and his wife, the former Winnifred Huddleston.  He received his early education in Montague Public Schools and in the Smith’s Falls Collegiate Institute.  He was married to the former Marion Grace Giff of Smiths Falls on June 25, 1938.  He is survived by his wife, his mother, and one daughter, 8, one brother, Kenneth Leaver of Smiths Falls and two sisters, Mrs. Frank Mayhew of Perth and Mrs. George Daughtery of Smith’s Falls. (11 May 1950 pg 1)

 

HOGAN                         SERVICES HELD FOR MRS. DONALD HOGAN – A deep sorrow was spread over this community on Thursday Mar 3, when it became known that Mrs. Donald Hogan had passed to her eternal reward in company with her infant son.  The late Mrs. Hogan was Jean Montgomery, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery, County Down, Ireland.  She married  Mr. Hogan in September 1945 and arrived in Perth on August, 1946.  She leaves to mourn her loss, her husband, mother and father, and one brother, David, and two sisters, Christine, at home and Mrs. Cunningham in England.  Services were held at St. John’s Church at 9 p.m.  Requiem Mass being chanted by Rev. Mon. Meagher.  Pallbearers were Thos. O’Donoghue, Arthur Pennett, Harry McCormick, Melville Hogan, Andrew McGarry and Ed. Timmins.  The remains were laid in St. John’s cemetery vault to await burial in the spring.  The affection and esteem of her many friends was shown by the following tributes.  Baskets – Bill Clement and Bob McLenaghen, the family, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. McLaren and Mr. and Mrs. O.F. McLaren, Irene Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. T.N. McLaren, Dr. and Mrs. W.G. Blair, Audrey, Alex and Heather Montgomery, Mabel and Alex Blair and Margaret and Hugh.  Wreaths – Employees of Sole Stock,  Lasting & Wood Heel Depts., Perth Shoe Co., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vanbridger, Mr. and Mrs. George Chittick, Mr. and Mrs. Neil McVaine; Robert Rutherford; The Neighbors, Wilson Street.  Sprays – The Gibson Family; Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Stewart; Major and Mrs. A.J. Wittfield; Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Parks; Murrill, Bill and John Stenson; Gladys and Herb King; G.H. Ansley and family; Mr. and Mrs. Alex and E.M. Sabiston; Tom Grrace Buker; Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Monnery; George and Mary; Buffan’s Grocery; Sinclair family; Doris Gemmill; Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Headrick, Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Headrick, Russell Griffith, N. Stewart; Fletcher Stewart, Dan Hannah, Bob White, Wesley Hanna, John Nagle and Harold Moss; Bolton, George Livingston and The Neighbors on Gore and family; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cunningham; Ethel and Norman Lightford; Mrs. E. Moss and Harold; Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Relyen; Mr. and Mrs. Andy Dixon; Harry and Yolande; Muriel and Bill Stenson.  Cut Flower – Gertie and Oscar Skaug. (10 Mar 1949 pg 10)

 

HOGAN                         DANIEL J. HOGAN LAID TO REST – Well and favourably known throughout Perth and District, Daniel Joseph Hogan, passed away in the General Hospital in Kingston, on Monday, after a three month illness, from a serious operation.  He was in his 73? Year.  Deceased was born in Bathurst Township, a son of the late Richard Hogan and Mary Anne Brady.  After leaving school he successfully followed the occupation of farming.  When the Perth District Co-op commenced business in Perth he was appointed manager, a position he filled for 25 years until his retirement in December 1953, when he was presented with a chair, in recognition of his long and valued service with that organization.  He took a keen active interest in the development of Agriculture in this district and was associated with the South Lanark Agricultural for 40 years, serving as President for a number of terms and also on the Board of Directors.  He was secretary of the Harness Horse Racing Committee of the Fair and assisted in no small degree to stimulate interest of this sport, particularly in the years, when this form of entertainment was at a low ebb.  He was a Past President of the Fair’s Association of Ontario, and served on the Board of Directors.  In January of this year he was presented with a certificate of merit by the Ontario Fairs Association in recognition of his long and valued connection with the Perth Pair Board.  He was active in the Lanark County Federation of Agriculture.  In 1918 he was married to Mary Conway, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Conway, Sr., of Perth, who survives.  The funeral which was largely attended, was held from the Blair and Sons Funeral Home, Thursday morning to St. John’s Church, where Requiem Mass was chanted at 9:30 o’clock, by Very Rev. H.J. Farrell.  Interment was in St. John’s Cemetery. (23 Aug 1956 pg 2)

 

HOGAN                         At Kingston, General Hospital, on Monday Aug. 13, 1956, Daniel J. Hogan, beloved husband of Mary K. Conway, in his 73rd year. (16 Aug 1956 pg 8)

 

HOGAN                         At Perth, Ontario, on Wednesday, December 26th, 1956, Margaret Bennett, beloved wife of the late William R. Hogan, in her 63rd year. (3 Jan 1957 pg 6)

 

HOGAN                         ATTEND FUNERAL OF MRS. MARGARET HOGAN – Among those from out of town who attended the funeral of Mrs. Margaret Hogan on December 29th, were: Mrs. Andrew McNamara, Detroit; Mr. A.J. Bennett, Ludlow, Ky; Mr. Howard Bennett, Toronto, Mrs. Douglas? Edgar, Iroquois, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hogan, Mrs. Ray Allan, Mrs. Mert Dockrill, Smiths Falls, Dan Kallaughen, Westport. (10 Jan 1957 pg 4)

 

HOGAN                         In St. Francis Hospital, Smiths Falls, on Wednesday, Jan. 13th, 1960, Dr. J.J. Hogan, Sr., in his 82nd? Year. (14 Jan 1960 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         PROMINENT DOCTOR, J.T. HOGAN DIES AT SMITHS FALLS – Dr. J.T. Hogan, one of Smiths Falls’ prominent doctors, and a native of Perth, died early Wednesday morning, January 13th, in St. Francis General Hospital after a lengthy illness.  Dr. Hogan had practised medicine in Smiths Falls for 50 years, since his graduation from Queen’s University.  Born in Perth, he was the son of the late Patrick Hogan and Mary Davis.  Dr. Hogan was a past grand knight and charter grand knight of Rideau Council 2444, Knights of Columbus, Smiths Falls, and was a member of Smiths Falls Medical Association.  Educated in Perth and at Queen’s University, he married the former Nora Anne Ryan, who survives, in Smiths Falls in September, 1914.  Dr. Hogan was a member of St. Francis de Sales Roman Catholic Church.  Surviving besides his wife is one son, Dr. J.J. Hogan of Smiths Falls; a brother, Michael Hogan of Perth, and a sister, Mrs. Fred Publow, of Perth.  Funeral services were held Friday morning at nine o’clock at St. Francis Church with Rev. J.J. Fogarty officiating.  Interment was in the parish cemetery. (21 Jan 1960 pg 9)

 

HOGAN                         At the G.W.M. Hospital in Perth, on Saturday, February 23, 1935, Mr. Richard Hogan, of Perth, aged 65 years. (3 Mar 1960 pg 2, found under Perth - 25 years ago)

 

HOGAN                         MRS. JOHN D. HOGAN – A native of Smiths Falls, Mrs. John D. Hogan of 21 Kensington avenue, died in St. Francis General Hospital on December 14th, after she had been ill for a short period of time.  Margaret Theresa Mahoney was the daughter of the late William J. Mahoney and his wife, the former late Mary Pennett.  Mrs. Hogan was married in the St. Francis de Sales Roman Catholic Church.  She then moved to Carleton Place and resided there for 12 years.  Previous to this she was educated in Smiths Falls.  She was a member of the Catholic Women’s League and the St. Francis Hospital Auxiliary.  Surviving are: a daughter Mrs. Raymond (Lois) Allen; a sister, Miss Evelyn Mahoney and grandchildren, Cindy and Randy Allen.  She was predeceased by her husband in 1966.  She rested at the Amy Funeral Home until Tuesday, December 16th, when her funeral was held at the St. Francis de Sales Church, with Rev. William Powell of Toronto officiating.  Interment was at St. John’s Cemetery in Perth.  Pallbearers were William Cumming, Jack Pruner of Ottawa, Norman Hogan and Roy Waite of Perth and Joseph Masterson and William Porter of Smiths Falls. (31 Dec 1969 pg 6)

 

HOGAN                         JAMES A. HOGAN – James Andrew Hogan, died in hospital in Brockville, Sunday January 4, at the age of 54.  He had operated a trucking firm in Ottawa before his illness.  Mr. Hogan was born in Perth on July 10, 1915, a son of the late Richard Hogan and his wife the former Mary McMahon.  He was raised and educated in Perth and moved to Hawkesbury at an early age, then to Ottawa.  He had served overseas during World War II.  He is survived by his wife the former Eileen Healey, two daughters, Anne of Ottawa, Eileen of Belleville; tow sons, Earl of Ottawa and Patrick of Smiths Falls, and several grandchildren; as well as a brother, William Hogan of Brockville, two nieces and one nephew.  His remains rested at the Johnstown Funeral Home, 68 King street, east, until Tuesday morning when requiem high mass was celebrated at St. Francis Xavier church at 10 o’clock.  Interment followed in St. Francis Xavier cemetery. (22 Jan 1970 pg 13)

 

HOGAN                         MRS. LEO HOGAN – A prominent resident of Perth all her life in the person of Mrs. Leo Hogan passed away in the GWM Hospital on June 6, at the age of 75 years.  She was the former Jean Mary Truelove, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Truelove and was born in Drummond.  She was the last surviving member of the Truelove family.  She was married in 1914 to Leo Hogan of Perth, who predeceased her in January 1952.  Surviving members of the family are one daughter and five sons, (Dorothy), Mrs. Dan Garvin, Perth; Kenneth, Brampton; Norman, Harold, Hubert and Russell all of Perth.  One son Donald died in 1950.  The funeral was held from Blair and Son Funeral Home to St. John’s Church where Requiem Mass was chanted by Rev. G.A. O’Hearn, with interment in St. John’s Cemetery.  The pallbearers were Dr. John Stinson?, Andrew McGarry, Edward Timmins, Ron Hogan, Art Pennett and Jim Burke. (31 Jul 1969 pg 15)

 

HOGAN                         In Bathurst Township, on Thursday, April 29th, 1932, Mary Davis, wife of the late Patrick Hogan, aged 83 years.  The funeral will take place from the residence of her son in law, Mr. Fred Consitt, Scotch Line, on Saturday, April 30th, at 9 a.m. to St. John’s Church, and thence to the R.C. Cemetery. (29 Apr 1932 pg 4)

 

HOGAN                         After a month’s illness with pneumonia, Mrs. Patrick Hogan, one of the most highly respected and esteemed residents of the Scotch Line, passed away on Thursday, April 29th at the home of her son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Consitt.  Deceased, whose maiden name was Mary Davis, was born in Quebec City eighty-three years ago, a daughter of the late Thomas Davis and Mrs. Davis.  She received her early education at the Convent of the Good Shepherd there, and graduated from that institution in 1866 when the family moved to Montreal and later to Perth.  Some fifty years ago she was married to Mr. Patrick Hogan, a prominent farmer of the Scotch Line where they afterwards lived.  She was predeceased by her husband twelve years ago.  She remained on the homestead which has since been conducted by her son, Mr. Mack Hogan.  Mrs. Hogan was a woman who was greatly beloved in her neighborhood, and exercised an influence that was always for good.  She was richly endowed with talents which were not used selfishly but for the general good, ever working out those plans which found their origin in a warm and loving heart.  She was a devout member of St. John’s Church.  She was left to her sorrowing relatives a memory fragrant with fine thoughts and noble achievements.  Deceased is survived by a family of six: Dr. J.T. Hogan, Smiths Falls; Mrs. Fred Consitt, Scotch Line; Mr. Mack Hogan, Scotch Line; Mr. Patrick Hogan, Los Angeles, Cal; Mrs. Fred Publow, Perth and Mr. Thos. Hogan, Quebec City.  The funeral was held on Saturday morning from the residence of Mr. Fred Consitt to St. John’s Church, where Rev. Father O’Hearne officiated at requiem high mass with the following priests attending in the sanctuary; Rev. Dean M. Meagher, of Perth; Rev. Fathers Hanley and Therrien, Smiths Falls; Farroll, Kingston; Whelan, Lanark, and Garvin, Stanleyville.  The cortege afterwards proceeded to St. John’s Cemetery.  The pallbearers were Messrs. R.G. Bourne?, T.A. Consitt, Jas. Sheridan, Frank McGowan, F.A. Lambert and G.L. Walker.  A large number of floral tributes and spiritual offerings were received.( 6 May 1932 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         DEATH CALLS PERTH’S BELOVED PRIEST

VERY REV. DEAN J.T. HOGAN PASSES AWAY (John T. Hogan)

 

The tolling of the bell at St. John’s R.C. Church on Tuesday evening of this week indicated to the community that Perth’s beloved priest, Very. Rev. Dean J.T. Hogan had been called to his eternal reward at St. Francis Hospital, Smiths Falls, where he had been a patient since last September.  Death came at 5:10 p.m. and cast a pall’ of gloom over Perth and district, especially among the members of his own communion by whom he was greatly loved and among whom he labored for over a quarter of a century.  Dean Hogan had not enjoyed good health for some time, but continued his labours unceasingly in St. John’s Parish up until September 23rd when he entered St. Francis Hospital, his health continuing to decline and he gradually grew weaker until the summons of death came on Tuesday.

 

Funeral on Friday.

 

The body of the late Dean Hogan was removed this (Thursday) aftermoon from his late residence, St. John’s Presbytery, to St. John’s Church to lie in state.  The funeral mass takes place on Friday morning at 10 o’clock.  His Grace Archbishop O’Brien, of Kingston, and practically the entire body of clergy of the Kingston dioceses have assembled in Perth for the solemn obsequies. (19 Dec 1930 pg 1)

 

HOGAN                         Whole page obit for Very Rev. Dean John T. Hogan, but difficult to read, because there is a big black 1” thick line going across the page, and the left side of the paper is folded or torn, and difficult to make out the who sentence. (26 Dec 1930 pg 6) He died on Dec 16th 1930, also article about him on Jan 28 1911, can’t make it out, but looks like something important happened in his life.

 

HOGAN                         At Perth, on Friday, August 24th infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everard Hogan. 31 Aug 1917 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         In Smith’s Falls, on Sept. 8th, Mr. James Hogan, formerly of Perth, aged 80 years.  (13 Sep 1901)

 

HOGAN                         Sudden Death – An old man named James Hogan, for many years a resident of Perth, where he worked as a cooper and maker of fanning mills, died at Smith’s Falls, where he had been living lately, on Sunday last, of disease of the heart.  His wife died some years ago, but he leaves a grown up family.  His age was 80 years.  The funeral took place to the R.C. cemetery at Perth on Tuesday.  (13 Sep 1901)

 

HOGAN                         At Smith’s Falls on Sunday, June 19th, 1921, Foch, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Hogan, aged 18 months.  (24 Jun 1921)

 

HOGAN                         Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Hogan suffered the loss of their little son, Foch, whose death took place early Sunday morning in St. Francis General Hospital after an illness of ten days from pneumonia.  He was a bright little child of eighteen months and his parents and brothers and sisters have the sympathy of all in their bereavement.  The funeral was held from the parent’s home, 21 Main Street west, yesterday afternoon at two o’clock to St. Francis de Sales church and thence to St. John’s church cemetery, Perth – also in Record News June 21st. (24 Jun 1921)

 

HOGAN                         NICHOLAS FRANCIS HOGAN - Highly respected resident of Smiths Falls for more than 50 years, Nicholas Francis Hogan died suddenly in Ottawa Civic Hospital on Tuesday evening and his passing occasions sincere and lasting regret in this district.  Deceased had been in ill health for some time but had been in the hospital for only a week.  Born in Perth, 67 years ago, he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan.  Coming to Smiths Falls as a boy, he had made his home here for more than a half century and for more than 27 years had been employed with the CPR shops here.  In religion he was a Roman Catholic and a member of St. Francis de Sales congregation.  Surviving are three daughters Mrs. J.H. Morris, Toronto, Mrs. Clifford Logan, Sudbury and Miss Gertrude, Ottawa and three sons CSM Frank, overseas, CPL Harold "Bus" OTC Brockville and Ernest, Smiths Falls.  The funeral is being held tomorrow morning from the J.J. Marsh and Sons Funeral Home to St. Francis Church at 9 a.m. where Requiem High Mass will be chanted.  Burial will be at St. John's Cemetery, Perth.  (31 Aug 1944)

 

HOGAN                         PASSING OF EVERARD HOGAN – Michael Everard Hogan, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hogan, died in a Windsor hospital September 28th, after a few days illness.  Mr. Hogan was born in Perth, but 15 years ago moved to Windsor, where he was employed as engineer with Elcombe Engineering Ltd.  Predeceased by his wife, the former Rose White, six months ago, survivors included his two sisters, Mrs. Peter Kehoe and Miss Anne Hogan.  Mr. Hogan’s body was brought to Perth, where the funeral mass was sung by Rev. Rather Farrell September 30th with burial in St. John’s Cemetery.  Pallbearers were D.J. Hogan, Francis J. McParland, George D. Hogan, Wm. A. Wilson, John E. McGlade and Frank A. Cole.  Numerous high and low masses were received, and the following floral offerings from Elcombe Engineering Ltd., employees of Elcombe Engineering Ltd., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Black, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dupuis, Mr. and Mrs. George Stedman, Mr. and Mrs. H. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. M. Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Mack. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Mack. Nagle, Mr. and Mrs. J.G. McMullen, Mr. and Mrs. David Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Buffam, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Munroe, Mrs. William Brady, Mrs. H. Doherty, Mrs. Thomas Kirkham, Miss Flora McLennan, Miss Muriel Joynt, Miss Ruby James, Harry Warren, Mrs. A. Kehoe and Mary, Mrs. Corn. Allan. (7 Oct 1954 pg 4)

 

HOGAN                         At Windsor, Ontario, on Tuesday, September 28th, 1954, Everard Hogan, beloved husband of the late Rose White. (7 Oct 1954 pg 4)

 

HOGAN                         MRS. ROSE HOGAN PASSES AT WINDSOR – Rose Catherine White, wife of Ev. Hogan, formerly of Perth, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard White, passes away March 2, in Hotel Dieu Hospital, Windsor, after one years illness.  Mrs. Hogan was 60 years old and had lived in Windwor for the past 15 years, where Mr. Hogan was employed by the Elcombe Engineering Co., during that time.  Her body was taken to Perth and buried in St. John’s Cemetery, with a funeral mass in St. John’s Church, Thursday, March 4.  Besides her husband, she is survived by a brother Howard White of Detroit, a small daughter predeceased her some years ago.  Pallbearers were Francis McParlan, Daniel Hogan, Wm. Wilson, John McGlade, George Hogan and Frank Cole. (18 Mar 1954 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         SUDDEN DEMISE OF WILLIAM HOGAN – Indicative of the high esteem in which he was held, St. John’s Church was filled for the funeral service of the late William Richard Hogan, who passed away in the G.W.M. Hospital, a few hours after his admission on Friday, March 23rd.  Mr. Hogan was in his 70th year.  Born and educated in Perth, he was the son of Michael Hogan and his wife Margaret Adams.  In his younger days when many mines operated in North Burgess Township, deceased learned the trade of mine? Trimmer and for many years followed this line of business.  Over thirty years ago he joined the staff of the Perth Shoe Company, where he was employed until his recent illness.  In 1921 he was married to Margaret Bennett, who survives together with two sons – Melville and Ronald of Perth; two daughters – Misses Frances and Margaret of Perth; three brothers Thomas and Les? Of Perth, and John of Smiths Falls; three sisters – Mrs. Herbert Noonan and Mrs. Mae Hogan of Perth and Mrs. Merton Dockrill, Smiths Falls.  The funeral was held from the Blair and Son Funeral Parlors on Monday morning to St. John’s Church where Requiem Mass was chanted by Very Rev. Father H.J. Farrell, with interment in Elmwood cemetery.  The pallbearers were Lawrence Morrison, Robert Hendry, George King, Orville Dickson, F.C. Conway and Russell Ferguson.  Floral tributes received were: Pillow from the Family; wreaths from Brothers and Sisters, Lasting, Heeling, Sale, Stock Dept. of Perth Soe Company; The Neighbors – Baskets- O’Donnell & Dulmage, Eleanor and Eric Sabiston?, Gladys Buckman, Jean Fergus and Norma Brady, The Greengers?, Goodyear & Finishing Dept. of Perth Shoe Co., Employees Perth Post Office Building, Quarter Century Club of Perth Shoe Co., Management and Staff of Dominion Store, The Timmins Family, Rural Mail Carriers and ?, Sprays – Morley Mc?, Earl Darou and John Dowdall, Mrs. Beverkete? And Rhoda Kirkham, Mr. and Mrs. George Slack and Mrs. Mary Clements, Containers – The Boys from the Legion Herbert and Dorothy Hogan, Kay and Ivan Selfe, R.W. ? Mr. and Mrs. Lynden Campbell, Mrs. McGrath and Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McDonald, Mr. Fred Dodds and Mr. and Mrs. Sam McAdam, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sergeant, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Code, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Muhill?, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pennett, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Phalen and Mr. Bud Shannon, Mrs. Godfrey Maxwell and Stella Dockrill. (5 Apr 1956 pg 10)

 

HOGAN                         JOHN DANIEL HOGAN – With tragic suddenness shortly after six o’clock on Monday evening October 19th, death claimed John Daniel Hogan, 74 Drummond street east, Perth, employee of the felt mill of the Code Felt and Knitting Co., Ltd., from a heart attack.  He was taken ill after concluding his day’s work.  The news of his unexpected passing spread rapidly throughout the town and was received with expressions of keen regret and sadness by his relatives and wide circle of acquaintances.  Deceased was 59 years of age and was born in Perth a son of the late Daniel Hogan and Bridget Byrne.  He was a valued employee with The Code Felt and Knitting Co., Ltd. For the past 25 years and was held in popular esteem by the firm’s officials and his fellow employees.  He was possessed of a personality and geniality which won him a host of friends.  He always lived a quiet and happy life with his family.  He was a devout member of St. John’s Roman Catholic Church.  Many visited the home to express their condolences and the family received other messages of sympathy by telegraph and mail and also numerous spiritual offerings and floral tributes.  On October 12th, 1915, deceased was married to Miss Mary Ethel Farrell, daughter of Mrs. Mary Farrell, Brock street, Perth, and the late George Farrell.  Surviving are his widow, two sons, George D. Hogan with The Code Felt and Knitting Co., Ltd., Trooper Edward T. Hogan, with the Canadian Armoured Corps at Camp Borden, and one sister, Mrs. Gertrude Sutherland, of Perth.  The funeral was held on Thursday morning from the family residence to St. John’s Church where requiem high mass was chanted by Rev. Father Trainor in the presence of a large assemblage of sorrowing relatives and acquaintances and thence to St. John’s cemetery where burial took place.  As a final mark of respect to the departed the upper mill of The Code Felt and Knitting Co., Ltd., was closed to permit the employees to attend.  The pallbearers were John Wilson, Mervyn Code, Albert V. McLean, Thomas Hogan, Frank Horan and Lawrence Farrell.  Attending the funeral from out of town were Mrs. John Kelly, of Port Credit, Miss Mary Farrell, of Ottawa, Mrs. Dan. Cooper and Gerald Cooper of Westport, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hogan of Smiths Falls. (28 Oct 1943 pg 8)

 

HOGAN                         At Westport, on December 19, 1918, Mr. Richard Hogan, aged 73 years. (30 Dec 1943 pg 3, found under Perth - 25 years ago)

 

HOGAN                         NICHOLAS F. HOGAN – A resident of Smiths Falls for some 50 years died in Ottawa Civic Hospital, Tuesday evening, August 22nd, in the person of Nicholas Francis Hogan at the age of 67 years.  He had been in ill health for several months, and was in hospital a week previous to his death.  He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan, and was born in Perth.  He went to Smiths Falls as a youth and was for more than 37 years an employee of the C.P.R. shops.  He was a member of St. Francis de Sales Roman Catholic Church.  He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. J.H. Morris, Toronto; Mrs. Clifford Logan, Sudbury; Gertrude, of Ottawa, and three sons, C.S.M. Frank, overseas; Cpl. Harold. O.T.C., Brockville, and Ernest, of Smiths Falls.  The funeral was held from the funeral home of J.J. Marsh and Sons to St. Francis Church on Friday morning at 9 o’clock.  Interment was in St. John’s cemetery, Perth. (31 Aug 1944 pg 7)

 

HOGAN                         His many friends and acquaintances in this community were sorely shocked to learn of the death in Detroit, Mich., last Sunday evening of Mr. Frank. A. Hogan, a native of Perth and the youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Hogan.  Deceased had been ill for ten days with typhoid fever.  He was twenty-five years of age, and had resided here up until a few years ago when he went to Detroit to accept a position.  Last November he was married to Miss Gertrude Kelly, of Smiths Falls, who survives.  Also surviving are four brothers, Messrs. Thomas, William, Leo, of Perth, John of Carleton Place and three sisters, Mrs. Morton Dockrill, of Port Elmsley, Mrs. Mack J. Hogan, Scotch Line, and Mrs. Herbert Noonan, Perth.  Deceased was a member of Rideau Council Knights of Columbus, Smiths Falls.  The remains were brought to Perth Tuesday morning to the residence of Mr. and MRs. Herbert Noonan and the funeral was held on Wednesday morning to St. John’s Church where solemn Requiem Mass was sung by Rev. Dean Hogan, burial afterwards taking place at St. John’s R.C. Cemetery.  The funeral was very largely attended the Knight’s of Columbus attending in a body.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Vic? Young, Jerome O’Neill, Wilfred Publow, William Lee, Thomas Brady, and Weston? Walker.  Six members of the Knights of Columbus acted as honorary pallbearers.  Floral offerings were from the following: Cresecnt, Mrs. Frank Hogan; broken circle, brothers and sisters; wreath from Mrs. J. Smith and family, Detroit, Perth.  Shea? Company; spray, Mr. and Mrs. Weston Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lynan?; basket of flowers from girl friends of Smiths Falls and several bouquets from neighbors and friends.  Spiritual offerings were from the following: Mrs. Frank Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Dockrill, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Herb. Noonan, Mr. and MRs. Jack Hogan, Carleton Place, Mrs. M. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. M. Lounsbury, Watertown, N.Y., Mr. and Mrs. J. Mullen, Miss Ella? Kelly, Inkerman, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lyman, Miss Evelyn Kelly, Adams, N.Y., Rideau Council K.O.C. 3. 31?, J. Conway, Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. ? Brady, Bathurst,, Annie and Catherine Cooper, Mary Foy?, Mr. Fred Horan, Mr. Jerome O’Neil, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Conlon, Jas.? L. Taulty, Mr. and Mrs. Dan. Lee (Court House), Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. ? Cordick and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lee?, Mr. and Mrs. P. Quartermain?, Mr. and Mrs. D. Mitchell, Michael McGlade, Mr. and Mrs. Thos? Williams, Mr. Geo. Williams and family, Miss Marjorie Vallely, Mr. John E. McGlade, Mr. and Mrs. L. Mulholland, Dr? Dwyre, Blanch and Irene Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley McParlan, Mrs. Eugene Young and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tovey, Kenneth and Norman Hogan, P.A. Noonan, Edgar DeWitt, McPhail Noonan, Earl Dewilt?, Detroit, Kenneth and Norman Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. P. Hallinan?, Smiths Falls, Mary and Willie Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. E. Malloy?, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. P. Brady, Mr. and Mrs. John Conway sr., Mr. and Mrs. O. Sutherland, Miss Mary Adams, Mr. and Mrs. P Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Publow, Mr. and Mrs. F. Corbitt?  Mr. and MRs. J.J. Kelly, Smiths Falls, Mr. and Mrs. A.V. McLean, Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Malloy, Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Whyte?, Mrs. P. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hogan, Detroit, Mrs. M. Mitchell and family, Harold Balour?, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. ?, Smiths Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. White, Orville J. Noonan, Detroit, Roy Sheridan, Edwin and Josephine ?, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Noonan, Mr. C.J. Foy and family, Mrs. F. Bennett and family, Miss Avery? Carroll?, Detorit?, Miss Evelyn Doyle, S. Falls, Mr.a nd Mrs. Frank White?, S. Falls, Mr. and Mrs. T. McGowan, Mrs. Lee and Lucy, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Taulty? And family, Mrs. Hogan and Annie, Mr. F. McParlan and family, Miss Juli? Wilmer?, A.J. Thompson?, A.? Conway, Detroit, Mrs. H. McGowan and Elizabeth, Mr. P.J. Quinn and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Henretta, Mrs. Mary Adams, Mrs. Alice Brady and Alice, Mr. and Mrs. T. Horin?, Mr. S. Bennett?, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Manion? And family, T? Roy?, Mrs. ? Noonan and family, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brady, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. M.C? Finlay?, Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Mahoney and family, S. Falls, Mr. and Mrs. E. Quartermain?, Mr. and Mrs. S. Pollock?, Mr. J. O’Neill, Mr. and Mrs. T. ?, Mr. and Mrs. T. Brady, Mr. and Mrs. ?, Mr. John W. Russel, Mr. Wilfred Publow, Mr. and Mrs. P. McParlan, ? and Lawrence Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. John Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lally, Mr. and Mrs. J.V. O’Donnell?, Mr. Howard White, Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. ? Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Sheridan, Miss Mary Adams, Peter and Dan? Dowdall. (8 Jul  1927 pg 8)

 

HOGAN                         Suddenly at Perth, Ont., on Saturday, January 29, 1977, Hubert Leo Hogan, beloved husband of Victorine Marie Guerin, in his 55th year. (3 Feb 1977 pg 4)

 

HOGAN                         At St. Francis Hospital, Smiths Falls, on Sunday April 6, 1952, Hannah Doyle, beloved wife of the late James Hogan. (14 Apr 1977 pg 15, found under Perth - 25 years ago)

 

HOGAN                         MILDRED HOGAN MARRIED AT ST. JOHN’S – White peonies formed the setting for the all-white wedding in St. John’s Roman Catholic church on Saturday, June 26, when Rev. J.E. Trainor united in marriage Mary Mildred, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hogan, to John Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Pennett, all of Perth.  Rev. Sister Mary Wilhimine presided at the organ and during the nuptial mass Shirley and Lawrence Noonan rendered two solos, “On This Day, Oh Beautiful Mother, and “On This Our Wedding Day.”  The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of frosted nylon net over taffeta with fitted? Bodice and colonial style skirt which fell to a circular train.  Her finger tip veil of tulle illusion was held in place with a lace coronet trimmed with lily of the valley.  She carried a powder-puff bouquet of white carnations and blue cornflower.  She also carried a crystal rosary and wore a double strand of pearls, gifts of the groom.  The bride’s attendants, Misses Helen Hogan, maid of honour, Mary Publow and Joyce Mulley, bridesmaids.  All wore lovely floor length gowns of white nylon marquisette over taffeta.  They were styled with drop shoulder effect neck line and bouffant skirts gathered to a bustle.  They wore matching caplets of American beauty feathers trimmed with white mohair and carried colonial style bouquets of white sweet peas and American beauty roses.  Little Fleurette Allaert made a charming flower girl in white dotted Swiss trimmed with fushia ribbon tied in a large bow.  She carried a miniature bouquet of (word missing her) Mr. Joseph Pheian was groomsman and the ushers were Carl Hogan and Shirley Pennett.  Following the ceremony a reception and dinner was held at St. John’s Hall.  Receiving the guests, the bride’s mother chose a black dress accented with fushia and a corsage of red roses with black accessories.  The groom’s mother wore a deep pool blue dress and a corsage of pink roses with grey accessories.  Later the young couple left for a trip to Montreal and points east.  For travelling, the bride wore a pink jersey, two piece effect dress.  She wore a beige and brown hat and brown accessories with a corsage of yellow and pink Pinocchio roses.  Mr. and Mrs. Pennett will reside in Perth.  Out of town guests attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Ellen Pennett of Milton and Mrs. John Hogan of Smiths Falls, Mrs. Merton Dockrill and Mr. and Mrs. James Leggett and George, Mrs. Alex Dean and Mr. and Mrs. Mac Crozier and Gail, all of Toronto. (15 Jul 1948 pg 2)

 

HOGAN                         At Detroit, Mich., on Sunday, Jul 3rd, Mr. Francis A. Hogan, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Hogan, of Perth, aged 25 years. (7 Jul 1977 pg 17, found under Perth - 50 years ago)

 

HOGAN                         At the Great War Memorial Hospital, Perth, on Wednesday, April 15th, 1953, Mary Jane Hogan, in her 85th year. (26 Apr 1978 pg 32, found under Perth - 25 years ago)

 

HOGAN                         In Windsor, Ontario, on Tuesday, March 2, Rose Catherine White (formerly of Perth), beloved wife of E. Hogan, and daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard White.  Funeral was in Perth on Thursday, March 4. (28 Mar 1979 pg 28, found under Perth - 25 years ago)

 

HOGAN                         At Windsor, Ontario, Tuesday, September 28th, 1954, Everard Hogan, beloved husband of the late Rose White. (10 Oct 1979 pg 28, found under Perth - 25 years ago)

 

HOGAN                         At the G.W.M. Hospital, Perth, Ont., on Wednesday, November 12th, 1980, George Daniel Hogan, beloved son of Ethel and the late John D. Hogan in his 64th year. (19 Nov 1980 pg 6)

 

HOGAN                         At Kingston General Hospital, on Monday, Aug 13, 1956, Daniel J. Hogan, beloved husband of Mary K. Conway, in his 73rd year. (15 Aug 1981 pg 32, found under Perth - 25 years ago)

 

HOGAN                         In the death at his late home on Lewis street in Perth on Monday, Feb. 16th, of Mr. Michael Hogan there passed away one who had been a life long resident of the township of Bathurst up until two years ago when he came to town to live a retired life.  For a great many years Mr. Hogan had been afflicted with asthma which gradually wore down his system.  He bore his trouble with great patience and was never heard to complain.  The late Michael Hogan was born in the township of Bathurst, the son of the late Daniel Hogan and for a long period farmed on the 3rd concession, a short distance from Perth.  His home was always made hospitable to his friends and neighbors and he held a justifiable pride in his devoted wife and family.  Deceased is survived by his wife, three daughters, Miss Annie, Mrs. P.L. Noonan and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe of Perth, one son, Mr. Everard Hogan of Detroit and one sister Mrs. Patrick Brady of Bathurst.  Two other daughters Miss Florence and Mrs. H.J. Woodruff are deceased.  The funeral was held on Thursday morning  of last week to St. John’s church and thence to the R.C. cemetery and the pallbearers were Messrs. Daniel Hogan, M. Hogan, J. Tovey, J. Cuthbertson, D.A. Lee and Robt. Roberts.  The sorrowing relatives have the sincere sympathy of their many friends in this community.  Spiritual offerings were received from the following: Mrs. Murray and Irene, Mr. and Mrs. A.V. McLean, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. H. Jones, Sarnia?, Mr. and Mrs. McEachern, Sarnia, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dewitt, Mr. Wilfred Carroll, Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, Miss M. O’Loughlin, Mrs. Hogan and Annie, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. Evererd Hogan, Miss Dorothy Kehoe, Misses Gyneth? And Ann Noonan, Mr. Arthur Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Brady, Mrs. Richard Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. D.A. O’Neill, Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Noonan, Mr. John Manion?, Almonte, Miss Catherine Leonard, Detroit, Miss Sutherland, Miss Susie? Sutherland, Mr. Wm. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Doyle, Mrs. Carroll and family, Montreal, Mrs. ?, Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Whyte, Mr. Jas. E. Tovey, Mrs. McCann and Miss F. McCann, Mr. and Mrs. Julie? Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. E.P. ?, Mrs. ? Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. P? Brady, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. ? Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Williams, Mrs. P.J. Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. ? Mitchell, ? Newman? And family, Mr. ? Doyle?, ? Dwyre, Mrs. E. Hudson, Chicago, Mrs. E. ?, Miss Harriett Tovey, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Tovey, Mr. and Mrs. John Merker?, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. ?, Louis? Bernett?, Mr. and Mrs. T. Horan?, Mr. anddd Mrs. Daniel Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Jas? Conlon?, Mr. and Mrs. O. Sutherland, Mrs. J?E. Manion, Mrs. Foley, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Malner?, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. O’Neil, Mrs. Galliger? And girls, Mr. ? Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tovey, Mrs. Michael Mitchell and family?, Mr. Jas. Noonan and family, Mr. and Mrs. J.?, Mr. R.C ?, Arnporior, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McGowan, Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. John Lombert?, Mrs. Condit?, and Mrs. McNamee?, Mr. J.D. Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. ? Jackman?, Toronto, Mr. Mack Williams, Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Furlong, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Frizoll?, Detorit, Miss Gertie Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. T. Burns, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Conway, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Earle, Mr. and Mrs. M. Traynor, Miss Doyle, Dr. and Mrs. Consitt?, Mr. and Mrs. Hartney, Mr. and Mrs. F. Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. John Henretta, Mr. and Mrs. John Doyle, Wilson Street, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. McCabe, Almonte, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. A.V. McLean, Mrs. Murray and Irene.  Floral Offerings: Wreath, Mr. and Mrs. Silverstone: cross, Mr. and Mrs. D.A. Lee, shrif? Mrs. McCullough and Misses Mary and Ellen. (27 Feb 1920 pg 8)

 

HOGAN                         PATRICK HOGAN – Patrick Hogan, 63, of Los Angeles, California, died in that city on July 30th.  Mr. Hogan was born on the Scotch Line in 1888, the son of the late Patrick Hogan.  He received his primary and secondary education in Perth schools and joined the Bank of Montreal staff here.  He also worked in Renfrew and Kitchener.  He was the bank manager at Tisdale, Sask, for many years before he moved to California to take up residence.  The deceased was married in Tisdale to the former Ellen Derry and would have celebrated his 21st? anniversary this coming year.  Surviving are his wife, one son, Desmond, serving with the Armed Forces in Germany, three daughters residing in California, two brothers, Mack J. living on the Scotch Line and Dr. J.T. Hogan of Smiths Falls, two sisters, Mrs. Fred Consitt, of the Scotch Line and Mrs. Fred Publow of Perth.  The funeral took place on Aug. 3rd in California. (9 Aug 1951 pg 12)

 

HOGAN                         MRS. ROSE HOGAN PASSES AT WINDSOR – Rose Catherine White, wife of Ev. Hogan, formerly of Perth, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard White, passed away, March 2, in Hotel Dieu Hospital, Windsor, after one year’s illness.  Mrs. Hogan was 60 years old and had lived in Windsor for the past 15 years, where Mr. Hogan was employed by the Elcombe Engineering Co., during that time.  The body was taken to Perth and buried in St. John’s Cemetery, with a funeral mass in St. John’s Church, Thursday, March 4.  Besides her husband, she is survived by a brother Howard White of Detroit, a small daughter predeceased her some years ago.  Pallbearers were: Francis McParlan, Daniel Hogan, Wm. Wilson, John McGlade, George Hogan and Frank Cole. (18 Mar 1954 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         After an illness of only one week’s duration the death occurred in Perth on Wednesday, Feb 16th of Mrs. Michael T. Hogan, at her late residence on Drummond Street East.  Before marriage deceased was Miss Margaret Adams, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Adams, of Burgess, where she was born 58 years ago.  Since her marriage to Mr. Hogan she had been a continuous resident of Perth, and has been held in high esteem among a wide circle of friends and acquaintances.  Her death has caused gloom and sadness in her own family circle, and also among her neighbors with whom she was considered a true friend and a woman of many fine qualities.  Surviving to mourn her loss are her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Martin Dockrill, Port Elmsley, Mrs. Mack J. Hogan, Scotch Line, Mrs. Herbert J. Noonan, 3rd Line Bathurst, and five sons, Messrs. Thomas, William, Leo, John and Frank.  Deceased is also survived by one sister and two brothers in Perth, Miss Mary and Messrs. James and John.  A brother Michael died in Perth some years ago.  The funeral took place last Friday morning to St. John’s Church thence to the R.C. cemetery.  The pallbearers were Messrs. James Adams, John Adams, Dennis Noonan, John Conway, sr., Geo. Williams and P.J. Furlong.  Those attending the funeral from a distance were Mrs. Thos. Keilty?, of Ottawa, Mr. M.P. Adams, and daughter Miss Florence, of Westport, and Mr. Thos. Murray of Renfrew.  Spiritual offerings to the number of one hundred and thirty were received.  The floral offerings were as follows: pillow from the members of the family, wreaths from Mr. and Mrs. W.L. McLaren, the employees of the Perth Knitting Mill and Perth Shoe Co.  (25 Feb 1921 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         After a period of ill health extending well over three years, Mrs. Richard Hogan passed away in St. Francis General Hospital at Smiths Falls on Friday April 24th and a wide acquaintanceship regret exceedingly her death.  Her maiden name was Mary McMahon and she was born in Scotland of Irish parentage over 37 years ago.  Over eleven years ago she was married to Mr. Richard Hogan, who with two sons, William and James  survive.  Mrs. Hogan was a woman of a kind and loving disposition and was held in high regard by her neighbors and acquaintances.  The funeral was held from the family residence on Wilson Street East, on Monday morning to St. John’s Church and thence to the R.C. Cemetery.  Rev. Dean J.T. Hogan officiating.  The pallbearers were Messrs. M.J. McCarthy, Jas, Badour, Fred Fortner, George Covell, Wm. Taulty and James Russell.  A spray was received from Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. White.  Spiritual offerings were received from the following:  Ladies Auxiliary, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Badour, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Doyle, Mr. And. Doyle and Miss Josephine, Mr. and Mrs. A. Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Burke?, Mr. and Mrs. John Henretta, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. McGarry, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. A.V. McLean, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Manion, Mr. and Mrs. John Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hogan, Mrs. Florence Manion, Mr. and Mrs. P. McGlade, Miss Rose McGinn, Mr. and Mrs. P. McDonald, Mrs. ? Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Philip White, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frizelle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferguson, Mrs. Larkin, Mrs. John Lambert and Miss Kathleen Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. M. O’Neil, Mr. John O’Loughlin, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Miss Elizabeth Kane, Mrs. John Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Tovey, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Noonan, Mrs. W.J. Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs.Os. Sutherland, and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. Tovey. (1 May 1925 pg 6)

 

HOGAN                         At the advanced age of 85 years Mrs. Wm. Hogan passed away at her home on North Street on Thursday Dec., 29th after a period of feeble health.  Deceased was born in Ireland her maiden name being Jane Colvine, and she came to Canada at an early age and resided with relatives in Sherbrooke.  Over sixty years ago she was married to the late Wm. Hogan and they lived in Bathurst where Mr. Hogan farmed, and after his death 32 years ago, the family went to Glen Tay to reside and later moved to Perth.  Mrs. Hogan had a great many admiring friends in town and vicinity with whom she was held in high respect and esteem.  She was a devout adherent of St. John’s R.C. Church and a constant worshiper there for a long time.  Surviving are one daughter Miss Mary and two sons, Messrs. James P. and Richard of Perth.  A daughter Miss Maggie died some years ago.  The funeral was held on last Saturday morning to St. John’s Church and thence to the R.C. Cemetery.  The pallbearers were as follows: Messrs. Dan Mitchell, P.J. Sheridan, R. Wilson, P.J. Kane, Wm. King and R.A. Brown.  The spiritual offerings were made by the following: Mr. and Mrs. P.J. McGarry, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Manlon, Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Noonan, Misses Young, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McGowan, Mrs. Wm. Farrell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frizell, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Ernie?, Mrs. Hogan and Annie, Mr. and Mrs. John Brady, Mr. and Mrs. C.P. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. John Henretta, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Taulty?, Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Noonan, Mr. Jon O’Laughlin, Mr. and Mrs. John Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Tovey, Mr. and Mrs. R. Tovey, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. O. Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. J. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Furlong, Mrs. A. Josephine Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Doyle, Misses Graham, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Doyle, Misses Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ripley, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kane, Miss Mary Hogan, The Ladies Auxilliary, Mr. and Mrs. A.V. McLean, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Sheridan, Rev. Sisters of St. Francis Hospital, Smiths Falls, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Donahoe, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Lambert. (6 Jan 1922 pg 2)

 

HOGAN                         At Perth, on Thursday, Dec. 29th, Jane Colvine, relict of the late Wm. Hogan, aged 85 years. (6 Jan 1922 pg 8)

 

HOGAN                         At Perth, on December 29, Jane Colvine, relict of the late William Hogan, aged 85 years. (26 Dec 1946 pg 2 & 5, found under Perth - 25 years ago)

 

HOGAN                         MRS. RICHARD HOGAN – The death is announced of the wife of Mr. Richard D. Hogan, of Westport, formerly of the third line of Bathurst and Lanark.  The Brockville Recorder has the following obituary:  Mrs. Hogan, wife of R.D. Hogan, late of the Windsor Hotel, Westport, died at her home in that village on Saturday evening, after an illness of about three weeks.  Death was due to heart trouble.  Deceased was sixty-two years and three months old and has been a much respected resident of Westport for between thirty and forty years.  She was a sister of Mr. J. H. Whelan, postmaster there.  Three other brothers and three sisters survive.  They are Wm. And Walter Whelan, of Saginaw, Mich, James Whelan, of Bay City, Mrs. Churchill, Petoskey, Mich., Mrs. T. McKay, Saginaw, and Mrs. McCaffrey, Westport.  Her husband and one son, T.P. Hogan, of the firm of Scott & Hogan, hardware merchants, Westport, also survive to mourn her loss. (11 Oct 1901 pg 4)

 

HOGAN                         At Perth, on Sept. 26th, Margaret Hogan, wife of Mr. Patrick Hartney, aged 84 years. (9 Oct 1936 pg 2, found under Perth - 25 years ago)

 

HOGAN                         FORMER CONDUCTOR DIES – P.J. Hogan, who for many years lived in Perth while a conductor on the Perth Local, died at his home, 1651? Gerrard Street, Toronto, on Wednesday September 22.  Mr. Hogan was well known here and his passing will cause deep regret among his many friends here.  The funeral is to take place in Toronto. (24 Sept 1937 pg 4)

 

HOGAN                         MARY MARGARET DOREEN HOGAN – General regret was caused to residents of the Scotch Line community on Monday, September 19, by the death of Mary Margaret Doreen Hogan, only child of Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Hogan, of the Scotch Line.  Doreen passed away following a lingering illness.  Just as a flower is by nature beautiful and attractive, so it was with Doreen, her charming expressions of artless simplicity imparting a charm that caused her to be generally loved.  Her fond parents, well realizing what a precious charge was theirs, offered every home opportunity for Doreen’s personal advancement.  As Doreen grew older and mingled, with her classmates, she promoted happiness in her usual easy and friendly manner.  She was ever an industrious pupil, but her high ideals to continue at school were not realised because of her weakened physical condition.  Seeing that Doreen was not to enjoy God’s precious gift of health, her devoted and loving parents became resigned when they realised she was about to reach Heaven’s pearly gates.  At her funeral Requiem High Mass was celebrated by Very Rev. Dean M. Meagher, Rev. Father Ahearn was present in the sanctuary.  Friends and relatives at the funeral from a distance were Dr. and Mrs. J.T. Hogan, Smiths Falls; John F. Consitt, Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Hogan and Lois, Carleton Place; John Hogan, Kingston; Mr. and Mrs. Charles de St. Croix and Lorraine, Toronto, and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll, Smiths Falls.  The many spiritual and floral offerings by relatives and friends testified to the sincerity of the sympathy expressed by them.  Spiritual offerings were from the following: Mr. and Mrs. Mac J. Hogan, Mary, John and George Consitt; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hogan and family; The Sisters of St. Francis General Hospital, Smiths Falls; Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Dockrill; Dr. and Mrs. J.T. Hogan and John (three), Smiths Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Consitt; Mr. and Mrs. Herb Noonan and family; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hogan and family; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Publow and family; Mrs. P.J. Kehoe; Mrs. Daniel Mitchell and Marie; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hogan and family (two); Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Hogan, Carleton Place; Mrs. Richard Byrne; Mr. and Mrs. Philip McParlan; The Cordick boys; Lorraine de St. Croix, Toronto; Mrs. Roy Sheridan’ Mammie Davis, Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Enright; Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hogan and family; Mrs. Os. Sutherland and Marion; Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Sheridan and family; Mr. and Chas. De St. Croix, Toronto; Miss Bessie Davis, Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cordick; Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Donohue and Patricia; Misses Ellen and Margaret Malone; Mr. and Mrs. J.E. McGlade; Mrs. Robert Hughes; Mr. and Mrs. Francis McParlan; Boyd and Norman Mitchell; the Furlong family; Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Greer; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Byrne and family; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stafford and family; Mr. and Mrs Pete Conlon and family; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Leonard; Mr. and Mrs. John McParlan and Catherine.  Floral offerings were received from:  Cross – Mother and Father; Wreath – Teacher and Pupils S.S. No. 1 Bathurst; Spray – Mr. and Mrs. Merton Dockrill; Spray – Mrs. John Dockrill and Stella; Showf? – Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hogan; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harper and Lorraine; Miss Dorothy Sheridan – Contributed. (30 Sept 1938 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         At the G.W.M. Hospital, Perth, on Monday, Jan. 30, 1961, Annie Hogan, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hogan. (2 Feb 1961 pg 4 (Anne Helene)

 

HOGAN                         Miss Annie Hogan, a well known resident of Perth, passed away suddenly at the Great War Memorial Hospital on January 30, 1961.  Miss Hogan was born on the 3rd line of Bathurst, a daughter of the late Michael Hogan and his wife, Sarah Groggan.  In June, 1918, she moved to Perth with her parents and resided on Lewis Street.  Following the death of her parents, she lived with her sisters, Mrs. Peter Noonan and Mrs. Peter Kehoe, at 94 Peter Street.  In 1929 she joined the staff of Shaws of Perth and spent her entire lifetime as a member of this organization.  Miss Hogan was a member of St. John’s Roman Catholic Church in Perth and was active in the Catholic Women’s League.  Surviving are two nieces, Mrs. J.F. Noonan, Perth Mrs. Barry Reid, Detroit, and one nephew, Arthur Noonan, of Perth.  She was predeceased by three sisters, Mrs. Peter Noonan, (Margaret), Mrs. Peter Kehoe (Mary), Mrs. H. Woodruff (Maude), and one brother Everett Hogan.  Funeral services were held on February 2, 1961, from Blair and Son Funeral Home to St. John’s Church where requiem mass was chanted by Msgr. H.J. Farrell.  The body was placed in St. John’s vault, with interment to take place in the Spring.  Pallbearers were John F. O’Gorman, John Brankin, Michael Nagle, Walter Bromley, Clayton Farnel and Leo Williams.  Many spiritual and floral offerings were received, testifying the high esteem in which Miss Hogan was held by a wide circle of friends. (23 Mar 1961 pg 6)

 

HOGAN                         LEO HOGAN – Relatives and friends in Perth and district were saddened to hear of the sudden passing of Leo Hogan, in the G.W.M. Hospital, Perth.  He was in his 69th year.  Born in Perth, Mr. Hogan was the son of the late Michael Hogan and the former Margaret Adams.  He spent his entire life in Perth.  Surviving besides his wife, the former Jean Truelove, are one daughter, Dorothy, of Perth; five sons, Kenneth, of Windsor; Harold, of Sudbury; Norman, Hubert and Russell, all of Perth.  He was predeceased by one son, Donald in 1950.  Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. M.J. Hogan (Margaret), Perth, and Mrs. M. Dockrill (Ethel), of Smiths Falls and two brothers, Thomas Hogan of Perth, and Jack Hogan, Smiths Falls.  Pallbearers were Melville Hogan, Carl Hogan, Thomas O’Donahue, Kenneth O’Neil, William Warren and Doug Watt.  Requiem High Mass was celebrated by Monsignor H.J. Farrell in St. John’s Roman Catholic Church, Perth.  Interment was in St. John’s Cemetery. (8 Feb 1962 pg 13)

 

HOGAN                         A deep gloom was cast over the town and vicinity on Saturday morning, May 3rd, when it became known that Thomas L. Hogan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hogan, Harvey street, passed away peacefully and quietly away.  Deceased contracted a cold in the army some months ago, from which he never recovered.  With every medical skill and all that loving hands could do, still the “Angel” silently entered and summoned him to his home of eternal rest.  Death at all times is sad, but is particularly so when two young lives are called so suddenly, it only being two weeks and three days since his sister Mary, had died.  The late Mr. Hogan was of a cheerful and pleasant disposition, and had a kind word for all who knew him.  That he was loved and respected was testified? By the members who from far and near ascribed to pay a last tribute of respect and love to the deceased.  Mr. Hogan leaves to mourn his loss, his parents, one sister, Mrs. O. Sutherland, one brother, John, and his intended bride, Miss M. McParland, to whom sincere sympathy is extended.  The funeral took place on Monday morning, May 5th, from his parents’ residence, in St. John’s church, where a Solemn Requiem Mass was celebrated by Rev. Father Hogan.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Wm. Hogan, Frank J. Byrne, Lawrence Morrison, Alex. Cameron, William Lally and Fred Sutherland.  Many beautiful floral and spiritual offerings were received and also many telegrams of sympathy.  Floral offerings: Cross, Miss M. McParland; cressent?, Mr. and Mrs. O. Sutherland; spray, Mrs. P.A. Conway.  Spiritual offerings: Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. O. Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hogan, Miss M. McParland, Mr. Wm. Hogan, Mr. Frank J. Byrne, Mrs. Murray and family, Mr. and Mrs. John McGlade, Mrs. Foley, Mr. and Mrs. M.T. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Mack J. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hogan, Messrs. John and Frank Hogan, Mr. Wilfrid and Miss Irene Publow, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Mr. and Mrs. D. Mitchell, Miss Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. A.V. McLean, Mr. and Mrs. Merlon Dockrill, Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Conway, Montreal; Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Conway, Sherbrooke, Que, Mr. Lawrence J. Dowdall, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lally, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hogan, Mrs. J. Graham and Miss I. Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hogan, Mr. John Gallipeau, Mr. George Gallipeau, Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Consitt?, Mr. and Mrs. G. Egan, Mr. Redmond O’Connor, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Publow, Mr. and Mrs. D. Walsh, Mr. Herbert Bennett, Mrs. Beatrice McParland, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferguson, Mr. James Brown, Mr. John Dowdall, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pennett, Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Cordick, Mrs. S. Frizelle and Mrs. M. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. A. Geaudreau, Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Cordick, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lally, Mr. Frank Horan, Mr. M.P. McParland, Montreal, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cordick, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Cameron, Mr. Thos. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. John McParland, Mr. and Mrs. J. McGuiggan and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. Lambert and family, Mr. and Mrs. N. Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dowdall, Misses Mary and Lizzie Kane, Mr. P.J. Quinn, Mr. James and Miss M. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Smith and family, Mrs. Richard Hogan, Westport. (9 May 1919 pg 10)

 

HOGAN                         In declining health in the last few months, the death occurred at her home on Lewis street, Perth, on Tuesday, April 24th, of Sarah Grogan, widow of the late Mr. Michael Hogan, former well known farmer of the 3rd line of Bathurst, near town, and son of the late Daniel Hogan and Mary McCabe.  Mrs. Hogan was a native of Ireland where she was born 84 years ago, and came to Canada at an early age, and resided in Bathurst.  She was married to the late Michael Hogan, by the late Rev. Father Chisholm in November, 1876.  Mr. and Mrs. Hogan resided on their farm on the 3rd line of Bathurst until sixteen years ago when they retired to come to Perth to reside.  Mrs. Hogan was predeceased by her husband in January, 1920, and by two daughters, Florence in infancy, and Mrs. H.J. (Sarah Maud) Woodruff, in May 1914.  Deceased is survived by three daughters, Mrs. P.L. Noonan, Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, and Miss Annie, one son, Mr. Everard Hogan, all of Perth, three grandchildren and four great grandchildren.  Mrs. Hogan, in her quiet, pleasing way, was a general favorite with all her friends and acquaintances.  She was a thoughtful and considerate mother, deeply devoted to her family, and enjoyed the good fortune of having all the members resident of this town, thus keeping the family ties intact.  All who knew Mrs. Hogan testify to her gentle spirit and Christian character.  Her sympathy and kindness was known and felt in the community.  She was a devout Roman Catholic in religion.  The funeral was held on Thursday morning to St. John’s Church where a large congregation of sorrowing friends and acquaintances assembled at the Requiem High Mass at which Rev. Dean M. Meagher officiated with Rev. Father O’Hearne in the sanctuary.  Afterwards the remains were laid to rest in the family plot to St. John’s Cemetery, Rev. Father O’Hearne officiating at the last grave-side rites.  The pallbearers were Messrs. H.F. Shaw, E.J. Lambert, H.J. Cuthbertson, E.P. Furlong, F.C. Conway, and Leo Williams.  Numerous beautiful floral tributes and spiritual offerings were received.  Mrs. Mary Crawford of Ottawa, and Mrs. D. McEachren of Sarnia, attended the funeral. (27 Apr 1934 pg 6)

 

HOGAN                         At Perth, on Tuesday, April 24th, 1934, Sarah Grogan, wife of the late Michael Hogan, aged 84 years. (27 Apr 1934 pg 7)

 

HOGAN                         At Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston, on Saturday, May 20, 1967, Rose Mary White, beloved wife of Michael Thomas Hogan, Perth, mother of Mrs. James Burke and Mrs. Arthur Pennett, Perth, and Mr. Carl Hogan, Smiths Falls. (1 Jun 1967 pg 4)

 

HOGAN                         MRS. THOMAS HOGAN – Rose Mary White, beloved wife of Thomas Hogan, died in Kingston on May 20, 1967, after an illness of six months.  Born in Burgess in 1881, she was the daughter of the late Stephen White and Rose McGlade.  She lived all her married life in Perth.  She leaves to mourn, her husband, three children, Carl of Smiths Falls, Mrs. Jim Burke (Helen), Mrs. Art Pennett (Millie), both of Perth; one brother, Vince White, two sisters, Mrs. Susie? McAndrews of Westport and Mrs. Florence Walsh, of Godfrey, and seven grandchildren.  Three brothers and three sisters predeceased her:  Joseph, Michael and John F., Mrs. John McAndrews, Mrs. Jim Kane and Mrs. Sam Cordick.  The funeral took place on May 22, 1967 from Blair and Son Chapel to St. John’s Church, where Requiem High Mass was chanted by Rt. Rev. Msgr. H.J. Farrell.  Interment was in St. John’s Cemetery.  The pallbearers were John R. McParlan, Francis Fournier, Gordon Coutts, Ed Timmins, Joe Publow and Norman Hogan. (29 June 1967 pg 12)

 

HOGAN                         At Perth, on Monday, October 18, John Daniel Hogan aged 50? years. (17 Oct 1968 pg 9, found under Perth - 25 years ago.)

 

HOGAN                         On Tuesday, April 15th, 1919, the Angel of death claimed the pure and loving soul of Mary E. Hogan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hogan, Harvey street, who died suddenly from heart failure.  The late Mary Hogan was a kind and affectionate daughter and sister.  Her quiet and self-sacrificing disposition was admired by all who knew her.  She was a devout Catholic and her beautiful, peaceful death was a fitting culmination? In her Christian life.  She was president of the Sodality of the Children of Mary to which she proved herself a faithful member and her whole life was sent? in preparation for her eternal past?.  Miss Hogan leaves to mourn her loss her parents, one sister, Mrs. O. Sutherland, and two brothers, John and Thomas, who have the sympathy of a large circle of friends.  The funeral took place on Wednesday morning, April 16th, from her parent’s residence to St. John’s church; where a Solemn Requiem Mass was celebrated by Rev. Father Hogan?, assisted? By a full choir of which she was a member.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Wm. Hogan, Daniel? Hogan, John Murray, Herbert ?, Oswald Sutherland and A.V. McLean.  Many beautiful floral and spiritual offerings were received. Floral offerings – Spray, Mr. and Mrs. O. Sutherland; cross, employees of Tay Knitting Mill; wreath, proprietor and boarders of Hicks House.  Spiritual offerings – Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hogan, Mr. Thomas L. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. O. Sutherland, Miss M. McParland, Sodality of Children of Mary. (Requiem), members of St. John’s choir, (Requiem), Mrs. Foley, Mr. and Mrs. D. Walsh, Miss Sutherland, Miss Susie Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Mrs. Farrell and Mrs. Blanche, Mr. and Mrs. Mack J. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Merton Dockrill, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hogan, Messrs. John and Frank Hogan, Mr. Frank Horan, Mr. Wm. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. M.T. Hogan, Mrs. Murray and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lally, Mr. and Mrs. J. McParland and family, Mr. and Mrs. John McGlade, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. A.V. McLean, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Mrs. Jas. Graham and Mrs. L. Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lally, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hogan, Mrs. S. Frizelle, Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. R. Dowdall, Mr. and Mrs. D. Lee, Miss Margaret Brady, Miss Carrie Nagle, Miss Alice McCardle, Mr. P.J. Quinn, Misses Mary and Lizzie Kane, Miss Lena McGuiggan, Misses O’Hara, Mrs. Bessie? Iving? And Miss Cora McNully. (18 Apr 1919 pg 10)

 

HOGAN                         At Bathurst, on Sept. 19, 1938 Margaret Doreen Hogan, daughter of Mr. Michael Hogan, aged 16 years. (23 Sep 1938 pg 3)

 

HOGAN                         At Scotch Line on Thursday, March 11, Mr. Patrick Hogan, aged 76 years.  Funeral will take place on Saturday morning at 8:30 to St. John’s church. (12 Mar 1920 pg 8)

 

HOGAN                         DIED – At Smiths Falls, on Monday June 14th, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hogan of the Scotch Line. (18 Jun 1920 pg 5; also see birth notice)

 

JACKMAN                     At Cobourg, on Monday, Sept. 18th, Monica Mary Jackman, aged 19 years.  Funeral at Perth. (22 Sep 1916 pg 5)

 

JACKMAN                     A sad death occurred at Cobourg on Monday last when Miss Monica Jackman, after an illness from pleural pneumonia, passed to the beyond at the age of nineteen years.  She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jackman, Cobourg, formerly of Perth, and for the past three months had been visiting with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Brady, in Perth, and other relatives.  Shortly after her return home she was taken ill with pleural pneumonia, which resulted in her untimely demise.  Deceased was a faithful? Member of the Sodalities of the Blessed Virgin and P? ?, and her remains were taken from her late home on Tuesday morning to St. Michael’s church, Cobourg, where Solemn Requiem Mass was sung by her parish priest, Rev. Fr. Murray.  Afterwards her remains were convoyed to Perth, arriving on the 3:05? train that afternoon the funeral taking place from the home of her aunt, Mrs. Samuel Crawford, Arthur street, Wednesday morning at 10 o’clock to St. John’s cemetery where interment was made.  The funeral was largely attended by friends and relatives, and much sympathy was shown by the many beautiful floral and spiritual offerings adorning the casket, numbering, in all one hundred and forty.  Deceased leaves to mourn her loss, her parents, three brothers and four sisters.  The pallbearers were: Messrs. Victor Young, Hugh Brady, James Mackler, Wilfred Publow, John Brady and Jas. Horan. (22 Sep 1916 pg 5)

 

KEHOE                          Wayside - We regret to learn of the death of Miss Mary Kehoe, daughter of Mr. M. Kehoe, fifth line Drummond, and we extend our sincerest sympathy to the bereaved family.  Deceased was a young girl of very endearing disposition, and was beloved by all who knew her.  While attending school her gentle and kind disposition made her a favorite with all her schoolmates, and since then she has gained many more friends.  But this bright, promising life was brought to a close.  She was in the best of health till a few months ago, when she took a cold, which was so slight that she didn’t attend to it at once, but after some time she found that it was more serious than she at first thought, and about a month ago was confined to the house.  During her illness the same sweet disposition prevailed, never one murmur of complains escaping her.  Although very weak, she was conscious to the last, and on Wednesday morning called all of the family to her bedside, and there one by one she bade them good-bye and said a parting word to each of them.  The funeral, which took place on Friday the 23rd Nov., proceeded first to the R.C. church, and from thence to the cemetery.  It was very largely attended.  She was, only nineteen years of age, and though we, as well as her friends, lament the loss of one so dear to us, we trust that she has gone to a home more fitted for her virtues and where she will be rewarded for all her goodness in this world.  The family was all at home at the time of her death except one brother, Henry, who is in Chicago, who was on account of business transactions unable to come home.

 

(from another correspondence)

 

It was with feelings of deep sorrow that many learned last Wednesday morning that Miss Mary Kehoe has passed away.  She had been in delicate health for some time, but lately her trouble assumed the form of acute consumption.  Though the end was not unexpected, yet it came with a shock.  Mary was a young lady of refinement, possessed of an amiable disposition, and with many shining virtues.  She was a daughter of Mr. Michael Kehoe, and was in the 19th year of her age.  The funeral took place on Friday last, and the remains were followed to the grave by an immense concourse of friends.

 

We miss thee from our home, dear,

We miss thee from thy place,

A shadow o’er our life is cast,

We miss the sunshine of thy face.

We miss thy kind and willing hand,

Thy fond and earnest care,

Our home is dark without thee—

We miss thee everywhere.

A Friend.

Drummond, Nov. 27th, 1894. (30 Nov 1894 pg 1)

 

KEHOE                          Death visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mitchell on Sunday morning, carrying away Mrs. Mitchell’s mother, Mrs. John Kehoe.  Mrs. Kehoe was a daughter of the late Bernard Bryne, Stanleyville, and was in her 76th year.  In 1865, she married Mr. John Kehoe and settled on the 4th Con. Of Bathurst.  After the death of Mr. Kehoe, about 27 years ago, she moved to Perth living with her daughter, Mrs. Mitchell.  She leaves to mourn her loss, two sons and two daughters, Bernard of Buffalo and Peter J., town, and Mrs. Dan Mitchell and Mrs. Michael Mitchell, Perth; also two brothers, Owen of Kingston and James of Wisconsin.  The funeral took place on Tuesday morning to St. John’s church and cemetery.  A very large number followed the remains to their last resting place.  Spiritual offerings were received from: Mr. and Mrs. D. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. John Mackler, Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy, Mrs. Michael Mitchell, Misses Dwyer, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hogan, Mrs. O’Loughlin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Beyente?, Mr. and Mrs. John Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Dreenan?, Dorthy and Catherine Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mitchell, Misses O’Hare, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Furlong, Miss Rose Mary Bryne, Mrs. Dan Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Conway, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, A.O.H., Mrs. Edward Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. James Closs, Mr. and Mrs. John Noonan, Mary and Agnes Young, Mrs. Henry and Maggie Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. H. McGee, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. Pete O’Neil, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Traynor, Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Noonan.  The pallbearers were Messrs James Conlon, John Murphy, Dennis Noonan, Michael Traynor, Mack Hogan and John Doyle. (12 Mar 1915 pg 8)

 

KEHOE                          At Perth, on Sunday, March 7th, 1915, Mrs. John Kehoe, aged 76 years. (12 Mar 1915 pg 8)

 

KEHOE                          MRS. PETER J. KEHOE – After an illness of several months, Mrs. Peter J. Kehoe passed away suddenly at the Wiseman Private Hospital, on Friday, March 25th.  She was the former Mary (Maime) Hogan, daughter of the late Michael Hogan and his wife Sarah Groggen, and was born on the 3rd line of Bathurst.  She received her education in St. John’s Separate School and Perth Collegiate.  On June 15th, 1903, she married Peter J. Kehoe in Perth, and has since resided here.  In 1917 they purchased the Revere Hotel from the late William Flett, and on the death of Mr. Kehoe, on September 2nd, 1930, Mrs. Kehoe conducted the business until 1942, when she disposed of the establishment to Mr. Allan of Kempville.  Mrs. Kehoe was active in the Catholic Women’s League and of organizations connected with St. John’s Church.  She was highly regarded with all who she came in contact with, both in business and social life.  She was a woman of likeable personality and her passing is deeply regretted.  Surviving is an only sister, Miss Annie Hogan, of Perth, two nieces, Mrs. J.F. Noonan, Perth; Mrs. Barry Reid, Detroit and Arthur Noonan, of Perth.  The funeral was held from the Blair and Son Funeral Home on Monday, May 28th, to St. John’s Church where Requiem Mass was chanted by Msgr. H.J. Farrell.  Entombment was in St. John’s vault until sprint.  The pallbearers were Walter Bromley, Frank Priestly, Leo Williams, J.F. O’Gorman, Norman Mitchell and Mac Nagle.  Many spiritual and floral offerings were received, testifying the high esteem in which Mrs. Kehoe was held by a wide circle of friends. (7 Apr 1960 pg 2)

 

KEHOE                          THE DEATH OF MR. P.J. KEHOE – In ill health since early last winter, Mr. P.J. Kehoe, proprietor of the Revere House, passed away at his summer cottage at Christies Lake on Tuesday morning, September 3rd, the news of his death coming with profound sadness to his numerous friends and acquaintances in the community.

 

ENTERED HOTEL CARRER

 

The later Peter John Kehoe was aged 54 years and was born in Bathurst Township, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Kehoe.  Early in life he decided upon a hotel career, and coming to Perth was in the employ of Mr. G.A. Jackman at the Union Hotel, then in Smiths Falls and Ottawa.  Almost thirty years ago he returned to Perth and was in the employ of the late Mr. W.J. Fleet of the Revere House.  When Mr. Fleet decided to retire from business he disposed of the Revere House, to Mr. Kehoe, who, during his proprietorship, upheld the splendid record gained by Mr. Fleet as an ideal hotel manager.

 

PROMINENT IN MUNICIPAL MATTERS

 

Mr. Kehoe was prominent in municipal matters.  He was elected to the Perth Town Council in 1922, and continued as a member until the end of 1929, and during those years served on several important committees including the Wood, Streets and Rellet.  He was responsible in a large measure to Perth’s successful handling of the municipal wood business and construction of permanent paved roads.  During his years as chairman of the Relief Committee he used wise judgement and never refused a worthy applicant for relief.  He devoted himself wholeheartedly to his duties as a town councillor, and never permitted personal prejudice to affect his judgment of what was in the best interest of the ratepayers.  He carried out his work in the Council most efficiently.

 

HIS OTHER INTEREST

 

Devoted to his faith, he was a member of St. John’s R.C. Church, Catholic Order of Foresters and Knights of Columbus.  Greatly interested in the advancement of Christies Lake as a summer resort, he was president of the Christies Lake Community Club.  A lover of outdoor sports, he always liberally subscribed to the ? of the various athletic organizations of the town.

 

POSSESSED KINDLY, FRIENDLY DISPOSITION

 

A man of kindly, friendly disposition, Mr. Kehoe was ever willing to ? a friend in need.  He was a man who seemed to have no enemies for even those who differed from him on matters of importance never said ill? of him.  Everyone respected him and in his death have had nothing but good to say of him.  He lived a career marked by achievement in social business and municipal activity.

 

MARRIED IN 1903

 

On June 15th, 1903, Mr. Kehoe was married to Miss Mary Hogan, of Bathurst, who with a daughter, Miss Dorothy survive.  Also surviving are two sisters in Perth, Mrs. Michael Mitchell and Mrs. D.J. Mitchell, and one brother, Mr. Bernard Kehoe, of Petersburg, West Virginia.

 

FUNERAL HELD THURSDAY

 

A remarkable tribute was paid to the deceased in the very large number of people who were present at the funeral on Thursday morning, September 4th from the residence of Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Noonan to St. John’s Church where Rev. Dean J.T. Hogan officiated at requiem mass.  Business was suspended by local merchants and the bell at the Town Hall was tolled.  The pallbearers were Messrs. J.A. Craig, M.P.P., of Calabogie, J.T. Conway, of Toronto, J.P. Hogan, Ed. Young, T.J. Devlin and Harry Warren, town.

 

A large number of telegrams and ? of sympathy and four hundred and seven spiritual offerings were received as well as the following floral offerings: Pillow, Mrs. Kehoe and Dorothy; wreaths, Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. F.C. Avery, Guelph, Mr. Harold? And Miss Helen Hall, Mr. and Mrs. H?. Silverstone.  Mrs. Flett, Revere House Boarders, Mr. and Mrs. U?. A. Lee, Ottawa; sheat? Of roses, Henry F. Shaw; sprays, the Boys of the Central Garage, Mr. and Mrs. W. Fulton, Peterboro, Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Reid, the Dwyre Family, Mr. and MRs. John Flett, Perth Town Council, Messrs. Lawrence and George James, Miss Ellen McCulloch, Mrs. Beeman?, Miss Shaw and Russell Beeman?, Mr. and Mrs. H. Pulfer?, Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. A.F. James, Kingston, Lt. Col. And Mrs. John A. Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Obbendorfer, the staff Shaw’s Store, Miss Mary Jackman, Toronto, Mr. J.H. Adams, Barrie Bros., Mr. and Mrs. John  Carson, Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Presby, Mr. and Mrs. H.F. Relyan?, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hope, Mr. Allan Code, Mrs. W.G. Cameron, Mrs. Young and Bert; cut flowers, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Devlin, Miss Margaret Campbell.

 

The following out of town relatives and friends attending the funeral: Mr. Barney Kehoe, Virginia; Mrs. Dan McEnchoo?, Mrs. S. Mulligan, Mr. Herb. James, Sarnie; Mrs. Barent?. A. Reed, Mr. Ed. Noonan, Miss Jane Noonan, Mr. Richard Noonan, Mr. Ed. Noonan, jr., Utica; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Noonan, Mr. Donald Noonan, Barry’s Bay; Mr. and Mrs. D.A. Lee, Ottawa; Mr. J.T. Conway, Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mitchell, Windsor; Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Miller, Detroit; Mr. Miller, Mr. Henricks?, Ottawa; Mr. A.F. James, Kingston; Mr. Claude McCarney, Burritt’s Rapids; Mr. J. Constable, Kempville. (12 Sep 1930 pg 4)

 

KEHOE                          SMITHS FALLS NEWS – DROWNED – On Tuesday a carpenter named John Kehoe, while under the influence of liquor, fell from Frost & Wood’s wharf into the river and was drowned.  Frost & Wood’s night watchman saw him walking toward the river and warned him no to proceed, but he paid no attention.  The watchman and another man heard him fall in and ran to the spot, but could not see the slightest trace of him.  After a fruitless search they got a boat and boat hook, and brought the man ashore.  As he had been under water some forty minutes the vital spark had fled.  The body was taken to the Town Hall and next day his friends took it to Glen Tay for burial. (7 Oct 1887 pg 1)

 

KIRKPATRICK               At Perth, Ontario, on Tuesday, June 7th, 1955, Johanna Hartney, beloved wife of Laurence Kirkpatrick, in her 82?nd year.  Interment in St. John’s Cemetery. (16 Jun 1955 pg 13)

 

KIRKPATRICK               MRS. DAVID KIRKPATRICK – There entered into rest April 27, 1963, at Montreal, Que, (Mary Agnes) Lillian Hartney, beloved wife of the late David Kirkpatrick.  A daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hartney, she was born in Perth on November 7, 1877.  On June 6, 1898 she was married to David Kirkpatrick, who predeceased her Dec 19, 1955.  Left to mourn her loss are two sons, David of Chilliwack, B.C., and Frank of Montreal, and three daughters, Mary, Addie (Mrs. Sam Smallshaw) and Margaret (Mrs. Ray Sydenham) of Montreal and the late Rita, Michael and Eddie.  Also surviving are 17 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.  Her funeral took place on the morning of April 29 from Blair and Son funeral home to St. John’s Church for Requiem High Mass celebrated by Monsignor H.J. Farrell.  Pallbearers were Gerald Smallshaw, Kenneth Smallshaw, Peter Sydenham, Brian Sydenham, Roy Doyle, Steve Hartney.  Interment took place in St. John’s Cemetery. (30 May 1963 pg 13)

 

KIRKPATRICK               At the Great War Memorial Hospital, Perth, on May 9, 1963, Laurence (Larry) Kirkpatrick, beloved husband of the late Annie Hartney passed away at the age of 88 years.  A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. David Kirkpatrick, he was born at Birkenhead, England, March 7, 1875, but came to Perth at an early age and spent his entire life here, except for five years, he spent with his niece, Miss Mary Kirkpatrick, in Montreal.  He was predeceased by a brother, Mr. David Kirkpatrick, on Dec 19, 1955.  He is survived by two nephews David of Chilliwack, B.C. and Frank of Montreal and three nieces, Mary, Addie, (Mrs. Sam Smallshaw) and Margaret (Mrs. Ray Sydenham) of Montreal.  The funeral took place on the morning of May 11, 1963, from Blair and Son funeral home to St. John’s Church for Requiem High Mass, celebrated by Monsignor H.J. Farrell.  Pallbearers were Michael Closs, James Wiseman, John Winfield, James Lunn, Frank Kirkpatrick, Albert Clark and Steve Hartney.  Interment took place in St. John’s Cemetery. (30 May 1963 pg 13)

 

KIRKPATRICK               In Montreal, on Sun. Feb 25th, Miss Reta Kirkpatrick, aged 17 years." (2 Mar 1923 pg 4)

 

KIRKPATRICK               (first few lines completely faded, therefore illegible) and Collegiate Institute here.  Deceased is survived by her parents and three sisters Misses Mary, Adelaide and Margaret, and four brothers Michael, David, Edward, and Francis.  The remains were brought to Perth and the funeral was held on Wednesday morning from the residence of her uncle Lawrence Kirkpatrick to St. John's Church where Rev. Dean Hogan officiated and hence to the RC cemetery.  The pallbearers were Edward Lambert, Thos. McGarry, Harold Malholland, Leo Mulholland, Emmett Wilson, and Orville Clyne.  Relatives from a distance at the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hartney, London, Mrs. B. Hartney and Berna?, Ottawa, Mr. John Hartney, and Mr. J. Murphy, Montreal.  The floral offerings were as follows: P.C.I. pupils, Miss Lottie I. Wilson, and Misses Scott, Montreal, Que., Main Office Molsons Bank, Montreal, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hartney and family, Montreal, Que., Mr. J. Smallshaw? Smiths Falls,  Ont.  The spiritual offerings were as follows: Miss Emiline Courtney, Ladies Auxillary, Miss Margaret McCann, Miss Mary E. Smith, Miss Margaret McParland, Missis Muriel and Norman Clyne, Mr. and Mrs. S. Cordick?, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Geaudreau, Mrs. J. Hartney, Mrs. R. Wilson, Forth Class Pupils St. John's School, Mr. Lorne Dowdall and mother, Misses Anna and Mary Collins, Miss O'Laughlin, Misses P. Dowdall and K. Doyle, Mrs. Wm. Pennett, Smiths Falls, Mr. and Mrs. M. McGlade, Smiths Falls, Mr. and Mrs. D. Kirkpatrick, Miss M. Kirkpatrick, Miss A. Kirkpatrick, David and Michael Kirkpatrick, Mrs. W. Burkett, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. O'Mara, Miss Margaret Lafontaine, Mr. and Mrs. E. Lafontaine, Mr. Ed. Hartney, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hartney, London, Ont., Mr. and Mrs. B. Hartney, Ottawa, Mr. John and Miss Mary Burns, Detroit, Mr. Stephen Bennett, Perth, Miss Aletha Kane, Miss Mary Lambert, Miss Ruby White, Mrs. J.J. Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pennett, Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Noonan, Mr. J. O'Laughlin, Miss Mary Cooper, Mrs. McCann and Frances, Misses A. and N. McGlade, Misses M. and E. McGowan, Mr. James Brown and Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. L. Kirkpatrick, Mr. M. and Miss M. McGlade, Mr. John Russell, Miss Mary Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Burns, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Mr. and Mrs. W. Ripley, Misses D. Kehoe and Ann Noonan, Mr. Daniel Teresa Cordick, Mrs. W.J. Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Henretta, Miss L. Badour, and M. Young, Misses Zita? and Mary McLaren." (2 Mar 1923 pg 8)

 

KIRKPATRICK               Stricken for the second time with paralysis at her home on Brock Street, Perth, on Friday April 1st, Mrs. Lawrence Kirkpatrick was removed to St. Francis Hospital in Smiths Falls where death claimed her on the following Monday, April 4th, her passing coming as a shock to her many friends and acquaintances and her neighbors in the East Ward where she was born and had resided all her life.  Her maiden name was Elizabeth Hartney, and she was aged 60 years, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hartney, her father having been a pioneer employee of the C.P.R. here when the locomotives on the old line between Perth and Smiths Falls were wood burners.  Thirty-two years ago, she was married to Mr. Kirkpatrick, who survives together with one sister, Mrs. David Kirkpatrick, of Montreal, and three brothers, Messrs. John Hartney, Montreal, Thomas Hartney, London, and Bernard Hartney, Ottawa.  Mrs. Kirkpatrick was always faithful to her home duties, possessed a friendly and sociable disposition, and was a peace loving woman.  She was a devoted member of St. John’s R.C. Church.  A large number of sorrowing mourners attended the funeral to St. John’s Church on Thursday morning, April 7th, where Rev. Father O’Hearne officiated at Requiem High Mass, the cortege afterwards proceeding to St. John’s Cemetery.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Edwin Lambert, Francis McParlan, C.P. Doyle, Fred Horan, Dan. Horan and Wm. Pennett.  Relatives from out of town at the funeral were Mrs. S. Smallshaw, Mary and Margaret Kirkpatrick, David, Edward and Michael Kirkpatrick, John Hartney and J.J. Murphy, Montreal; Bernard Hartney and Berna Hartney, Ottawa, and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hartney, London.  Floral offerings were received from the tenants of the Perth Theatre Block, employees of Perth Theatre, J.J. Murphy, T. Carson and J.R. Jarbeau, Montreal.  Spiritual offerings were received from the following: Mr. Jos. Conway, Mr. S.J. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McGowan, Mary Kirkpatrick (High Mass), Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. D. Kirkpatrick and family, Montreal, Mr. and Mrs. T. O’Gorman, Mr. Francis McParlan and family, Miss Hartney, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Conlon, Miss Margaret Kean and Alice McCardle, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pennett, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Burns?, Mr. Jas. Kane and family, Mrs. Annie Wright, Mr. J. O’Loughlin, Mr. and Mrs. John Conway, Mr. and Mrs. M.F. McGlade, Mr. and Mrs. D. McManus and family, Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Smith and Mary, Mr. John Hartney and family, Montreal, Ladies’ Auxillary, Mr. and Mrs. M. Kirkpatrick, Montreal, Mr. and Mrs. John McGlade, Mr. and Mrs. P. Macdonnell, Mr. and Mrs. S. Smallshaw, Montreal, Mr. and Mrs. P. McGlade, Mrs. Katherine Pennett, Smiths Falls, Josephine Young, Sisters, Mr. and Mrs. T. Horan jr., Mrs. Hartney and Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Conlon, Mrs. Arthur McGlade and family, Miss Mary O’Loughlin, L.J. Dowdall, Miss Verulen? Foy, Misses Cosgrove, Mrs. Byrnes and Frank, Mrs. McCann and Frances, Mr. and Mrs. T. Hartney and family, Mrs. And Mrs. S. Cordick, Dr. and Miss Dwyre, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Wilson, Margaret and Francis Kirkpatrick, Montreal, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Taulty?, Rideau Council, K. of C., Mr. Ed. Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cordick, Mr. Emmett Foy, Mr. and Mrs. Jos? White, Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Noonan, Mr. P.J. Furlong and family, Mr. and Mrs. H? Hartney, Ottawa, Mr. Jas. Boullard?, Ottawa, Miss Teresa O’Brien?, Eganville, Mr. T.J? Queully?, Ottawa, Kathleen Barn?, M.J. Hartney, Ottawa, Mrs. John Brady, Ottawa, Mr. F.P. Furlong. (15 Apr 1932 pg 9)

 

KIRKPATRICK               Suddenly, at Ottawa, on January 24, Cameron Kirkpatrick, beloved elder son of Mr. and Mrs. George (Buddy) Kirkpatrick, of Ottawa, in his 9th year. (26 Jan 1967 pg 5)

 

KIRKPATRICK               BOY KILLED WHEN HIT BY AUTO – A boy was killed and his friend injured when a car hit them as they walked across Edgeworth Avenue, Ottawa, just north of Carling Avenue about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.  Dead is Cameron Kirkpatrick 9, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kirkpatrick of 491 Edgeworth.  Mr. Kirkpatrick is a former Perth man.  His friend, John Shouldice a son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Shouldice of 430 Edgeworth, was treated for cuts and bruises and released by the Civic Hospital.  Police said the boys were walking west across the street, carrying hockey sticks and tennis balls, when they were hit by a car driven by William Campbell, 25, of 3 Parkmount Crescent.  They were both carried almost 70 feet following the impact.  Young Kirkpatrick was declared dead on arrival at hospital.  Police said they boys waited for two northbound cars to pass then walked into the path of the southbound Campbell car.  They had been playing hockey on a small rink nearby.  Investigating were Constables Wilfred O’Donnell and Robert Ryan.  Damage to the car was estimated at $150.  The road surface was wet and it was dark out when the accident occurred, police said. (9 Feb 1967 pg 9)

 

LAFFERTY                     At Orillia, on Tuesday, September 10th, Elizabeth Brown relative? (llegible) of Mr. James Lafferty, Perth, aged 73 years.  (13 Sep 1901)

 

LEE                               DEATH IN BATHURST – After a long trial and sickness from cancer in the face, Mr. Daniel Lee, of the 3rd concession of Bathurst, died at his residence on Thursday last week, at the age of 66 years.  Mr. Lee was born in Drummond, on the Lanark road near Perth, of Irish parents, but for a long time owned the farm on which he died.  He was a fine specimen of a man – reliable, friendly and conscientious – a good neighbor and a good citizen.  He was a sincere Roman Catholic in religion, and just as sincere a Reformer in politics, and both from firm conviction.  He had quite a family, among them being Mr. J.T. Lee, in town, Bernard, on the farm, and Daniel; Mrs. Charles Mackay, Mrs. Edward Bennett, and Mrs. Denis Noonan, all of Bathurst.  He was buried in the Roman Catholic cemetery in Perth on Saturday. (18 Nov 1892 pg 5)

 

LEE                               MRS. P.J. LEE – In failing health for the last few years, and undergoing treatment in recent months in Detroit, Mich., and St. Francis Hospital, Smiths Falls, Mrs. P.J. Lee, of Perth, passed away at the latter institution on Wednesday, November 27th.  Thus? Has death removed one of the most highly reputed and best liked citizens in this community, one who possessed many noble characteristics and ever radiated cheerfulness.  To know her was to admire her.  She was a devoted Roman Catholic, a faithful member of St. John’s Church.  Her maiden name was Matilda A. Consitt, and she was born on the Scotch Line sixty-five years ago, a daughter of the late Frederick Adolphus Consitt, and Mary McGowan, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Philip McGowan.  The homestead upon which her father lived, now occupied by her brother, Mr. Fred Consitt, was a grant from the British Government to her father’s grandfather, the late Capt. Thos. Consitt, of the Royal Navy, who served with Admiral Nelson.  Some thirty years ago, she was married to Mr. Patrick J. Lee, former Balliff? And caretaker of the Lanark County Buildings, and after their marriage they resided on Drummond street, east.  She was predeceased by her husband on December 28th, 1919, and by two brothers, Mr. Frank Consitt, killed at the time the Montreal Herald Building collapsed where he was employed as a printer, and Dr. E.C. Consitt, of Perth.  Deceased is survived by a son, Mr. Francis Lee, two brothers, Messrs. Fred Consitt, of the Scotch Line, Thomas A. Consitt, Perth, and three sisters, Mrs. M.J. Tovey, Detroit, Mrs. W.W. Howe, Worcester, Mass., and Miss Louise Consitt of Perth.  The funeral was held from her late home on Friday, November 29 to St. John’s Church where Very Rev. Dean M. Meagher officiated at the Requiem High Mass, interment afterwards taking place in St. John’s Cemetery.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Ed. Young, John Oates, M.J. Donoghue, J.P. Hogan, M.L. Lapoint and Michael Hogan.  Those from a distance at the funeral were Mrs. M.J. Tovey, Detroit, Mr. Stanton Lee, Mr. Harry Consitt, Mrs. E.C. Consitt, Ottawa, Mr. Jos. Lee and daughter of Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. C. Carney and Mr. D.J. Hudson, Burritt’s Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carroll, Smiths Falls. (13 Dec 1935 pg 7)

 

LEE                               In the passing of Mrs. Edward Lee at the home of her daughter at Rouyn, Que, on Thursday, Feb. 3rd and old resident of Bathurst Township is greatly mourned.  Mrs. Lee’s maiden name was Ann Noonan and she was a daughter of the late James Noonan and Jane Rudsdale.  She was the last, with the exception of Mr. D. Leaver, of the third generation of the Noonan family that came to this country from Ireland in 1812.  At one time she taught on the Perth Separate School staff.  She visited friends and acquaintances in this community last summer.  An uncle of Mrs. Lee was wounded in the Battle of Lundy’s Lane.  Deceased is survived by two sons, Messrs. William J. Lee, Seperate School Inspector, Toronto; James, in Manitoba, and two daughters, Mrs. D. Young, Ottawa, and Mrs. (Margaret) Taillion, of Rouyn.  One daughter, Bessie, (Mrs. John Manion), died some years ago.  The funeral was held at Rouyn last Saturday. (11 Feb 1927 pg 6)

 

LEE                               After several months’ illness the death occurred of Mr. William Lee in the Perth Great War Memorial Hospital on Sunday, Nov. 15th.  Deceased was born on the 9th line of Bathurst where he was a life long resident.  He was the only son of the late Henry Lee and Elizabeth Furlong of Bathurst.  Mr. Lee was of a kind and cheerful disposition, was widely known and held in high esteem by all who knew him.  He leaves to mourn the loss of a loving husband and kind father, his wife, who was formerly Jane Nagle, two daughters, Mary and Olive, and one son Harry, all of whom reside on Colborne street.  He also leaves four sisters, Mrs. Morrison, Minneapolis, Mrs. Kehoe, Mrs. M. Nagle, and Mrs. Thos. Mitchell, Bathurst.  The funeral which was largely attended, took place on Tuesday morning at nine o’clock from the family residence to St. John’s church where solemn Requiem Mass was chanted by Rev. Dean Hogan, interment taking place in St. John’s Roman Catholic cemetery.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Patrick Tovey, Wm. Furlong, Wm. Noonan, John Noonan, Wm. McCabe, and George Williams.  Spiritual offerings were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nagle, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Mitchell, Mr. John Manion, Mrs. John Kehoe, Mrs. M. Nagle and Edna, Mrs. Catherine Furlong, Miss Annie McGowan, Bernard and Reginald McCann, Mr. R. McGowan, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Furlong, Mr. and Mrs. John Pennett, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lee, Fourth Line, Willie, Josephine and Harry Lee, Mr. and Mrs. R. Nagle, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Noonan, Miss Kathleen Noonan, Miss Carrie Nagle, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Tovey, Thomas and Agnes Tovey, Daniel Bowes, Mrs. M. Bowes, Miss Mary? Jackman, Mrs. W. Taulty and Cecil McGowan, Thos. And Katie Lee, Bathurst, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. R. Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bowes, Mr. and Mrs. J. Quigley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Mahon, Mr. and Mrs. D. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. P. Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. G. Crawford, Mr. and MRs. J. Courtney, Mr. Geo. Williams and family, Mack Noonan and sisters, Mr. P.J. Noonan and family, Balderson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Noonan, Perth, Mrs. J. Noonan and family, Malloy and Williams, Mrs. Annie McKay and M. McCann, Mr. and Mrs. L. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. F. Millotte, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Clyne, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. McComisky, Mr. S. Bennett, Mrs. Catherine McGarry, Mary Williams and Teresa Ryan, Miss Katie Moran, the Ladies’ Auxilliary, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Mr. and Mrs. Pat McDonald, Mr. Emmett Wilson, Mr. Roy Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith, Mrs. Herman Shirley, Miss Marie Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. T. Farrell, Mr. C. Stafford, Mr. N. McKlan?, Mr. Thos. Hourigan, Mrs. M. Mitchell and family, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Dan. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. C.P. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. M. O’Donnell, Lanark, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hagan, Mrs. Jane Lee, (27 Nov 1925 pg 6)

 

LEITZ                            MRS. FREDERICK LEITZ – Deep regret was caused to her relatives and friends in Perth by the death in Utica, N.Y., of Mrs. Frederick Leitz, which occurred at her home in that city on February 28, 1939, after a brief illness.  Mrs. Leitz, whose maiden name was Elizabeth Noonan; was born in Perth, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Noonan.  She went to Utica about 35 years ago, and was a member of one of the early nursing classes organized by the Sisters of St. Francis on Columbia Street, Utica.  She leaves her husband and one son, Donald, of Utica; a daughter, Sister Mary Gerard of the Franciscan Order of Teaching Sisters, of Albany; five brothers, James and Edward Noonan, of Utica, John of Regina, William T., of Baudette, Minnesota, and George L., of Grand Falls, N.B., and four sisters, Mrs. Thomas McCabe and Mrs. M. McGuiggan, of Utica, Mrs. Helen Mulchy of Old Forge, and Mrs. Edward Young, of Perth.  The funeral took place on Friday, March 3, when High Mass was celebrated at St. Francis Church, Utica.  Burial took place at St. Francis Cemetery. (10 Mar 1939 pg 8)

 

LEONARD                      MRS. GUY LEONARD – Very quietly during the night of May 4, Mrs. Guy Leonard, resident of the 3rd line of Bathurst, died at her home after an illness, of several weeks.  Born May 9, 1899, the daughter of Felix Bennett and Ellen Kallanger, deceased.  She married Guy Leonard, at Perth, April 15, 1918 and went to reside in the Glen Tay District where she lived until her death.  Hundreds of relatives, friends and neighbors entered her home to pay tribute, and bowed before the bier of a loving, devoted wife and mother; a considerate, kind and true friend.  Of a very quiet disposition her chief interest centered around her home and community where she will be greatly mourned and missed.  She leaves to mourn her passing, her husband, three daughters, Rita, (Mrs. Harold Kerr, North Burgess), Eleanor and Carmel at home; two sons, George and Herbert, at home; one son, Francis, predeceased her.  Her sisters, Mrs. John Jackman, Mrs. Wm. Hogan, Miss Helen Bennett, Perth; Mrs. Andrew McNamara, Mrs. Ralph Beach, Detroit; Mrs. Ed. Warner, Nedrwo?, N.Y; two brothers, Howard, Perth and Anthony, Detroit.  On the morning of May 7, the funeral cortage motored from her home to St. John’s Church, Perth, where solemn requiem mass was chanted by Rev. Father J.E. Trainor, assisted by Monsignor Meagher, both of Perth.  Interment was made in the family plot of St. Johns Cemetery.  The pallbearers were the immediate neighbors, H.J. Timmins, D.J. Hogan, H. Cuthbertson, H. Roberts, P. Conlon, H. Hughes.  Many beautiful floral tributes and spiritual offerings attested to the esteem in which the deceased was held by those who knew her.  Floral tributes were received from the following; Wreaths, brothers and sisters, the neighbors; Sprays, Walter and Gladys Allan; Mr. and Mrs. George Ryder and Harry; The Sinclair Family; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Moskos; Basket, the neighbors.  Spiritual offerings were received from the following: Mr. and Mrs. A. McNamara and Mr. and Mrs. R. Beach, high mass; Helen’s Girl Friends, high mass; Guy Leonard, high mass; George and Herb. Leonard, Eleanor and Carmel Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kerr, Mrs. P.J. Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. John Jackman, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Warner, Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Bennett, Miss Helen Bennett, Mr. John Bennett, Melville and Ronald Hogan, Margaret and Francis Hogan, The Warner children, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kallaugher, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kallaugher, Mr. J.E. Mulville, Mr. and Mrs. F. McParland, Mr. and Mrs. W.K. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Tobin, Mrs. Mary Troy, Mr. and Mrs. C.A. McCarthy, (2), Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McCarthy, Mr. and Mrs. Felix McCarthy, Dr. and Mrs. J.F. Noonan (2), Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Valiquette (2), Mr. and Mrs. Walter Troy, Catholic Women’s League, Perth, Miss Helen McGarry, Mr. and Mrs. James McKinnon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cooper, Miss Josie Mulholland, Mr. and Mrs. Mick Furlong, Miss Josephine Young and Mrs. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. John Brady, Mr. and Mrs. George Noonan, Miss Edna Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. John Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Conlon, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harvey, Mr. Martin Dowdall, sr., Mr. and Mrs. Peter Byrne, Mrs. Annie Leonard, Mr. John Herlehy, Mrs. Andrew Sheridan, Crawford Family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dowdall, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brady, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Timmins, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Carberry, Mr. and Mrs. Lorne Quigley, Mr. and Mrs. Mert Dockrill, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Fagan, Mr. and Mrs. George Tovey, Mr. and Mrs. A.T. Kerr, Leo Kerr, Frank Kerr, Anne Kerr, Wm. J. Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Fournier, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bowes, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Conlon, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Badour, Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Cobourn, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Carroll, Mrs. J.P. O’Donnell, Mrs. W.J. Mahoney, Mr. Dan McParland, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brady, Mrs. Roy Sheriday, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Nagle, Mr. and Mrs. L. Morrison, Mrs. A. Brankin, Miss Annie Lally, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lally, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Fret Quartermain, Mr. and Mrs. John Pennett, Mr. and Mrs. Mac MacNamee, John Cooper and Family, Mr. and Mrs. James Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Dillon, Pat Henretta, Mike Salmon, Mr. and Mrs. John Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. James Conlon and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Frizell, Mrs. John Spence and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Brady, sr., Mr. J. McGowan and family, Mises Malone, Mrs. Catherine Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. John Irvin, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fraser and Margaret Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. John O’Neil, Mrs. Dan O’Neil and family, Mr. B.J. Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. A. Conlon, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Mat. Donohue, Mr. Geo. E. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. F. Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. J.L. Walsh, Mrs. Mary Slack, Mrs. Mary Clement, Mrs. E. Malloy, Mr. Douglas Edgar, Mr. James Kehoe, Mrs. Philip McParland and family, Mrs. Thomas Fournier, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O’Gorman, Mrs. Edward Young and family, Misses Maud and Sarah Leaver, Mrs. Susan Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Siddall?, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. J.V. Murphy and family, Mary Victor and Dan Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Leonard, Mrs. Chas. McShane, Miss Mary Smith, Mr. Pat Blackall, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carroll, Mrs. M. Byrne and Tena?, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McGlade and family, Mrs. Dan Brady. (16 May 1946 pg 5)

 

LEONARD                      GUY LEONARD – On Saturday, March 15, 1969, there passed away at the GWM Hospital in Perth a widely known and highly respected resident of Bathurst Township in the person of Guy Leonard.  Guy Leonard was born at Glen Tay on Sept 14?, 1896?, a son of Patrick J. Leonard and Annie Doyle and lived his entire life in the Glen Tay district.  In Perth, on April 15, 1918, he was united in marriage to Florence Bennett who predeceased him on May 4th, 1046.  He is survived by three daughters and two sons, Rita (Mrs. Harold Kerr); Eleanor (Mrs. Kevin Brady); Carmel (Mrs. Charles Kerr); George of Perth and Herb of Kingston.  One son, Francis, died in infancy.  Also surviving are 27 grandchildren and one great grandchild.  The funeral was largely attended and was held from the Morrow Funeral Home to St. John’s Roman Catholic Church where the funeral mass was officiated by Rev. Father O’Hearn.  Rev. Father LeSage of Stanleyville was present in the sanctuary.  The pallbearers were Harry Ryder, Herb Cuthbertson, Dan Murphy, Vincent Bowes, Jim Brady and Hillis? Conroy.  The beautiful floral tributes and spiritual offerings testified to the esteem in which he was held. (3 Apr 1969 pg 7)

 

LEONARD                      At the GWM Hospital, Perth, on Saturday March 15, 1969, Guy Leonard, husband of the late Florence Bennett in his 73rd year. (20 Mar 1969 pg 4)

 

LEONARD                      The death took place on Monday of this week at the residence of her brother, third line Bathurst, of Miss Leonard, at the mature age of 86 years.  She was a daughter of the late Patrick Leonard, who died about 34 years ago, and was born in the County Caven, Ireland.  Her family emigrated to this country in 1821, settling in Dalhousie, but in January of 1844 moved to third line Bathurst, the homestead being the place now occupied by her brother Mr. Michael Leonard.  Miss Leonard and her brother have lived together for 76 years.  The other living members are: Patrick, third line Bathurst, and Mrs. McComiskey, of Drummond the family originally being seven in number.  Deceased was a remarkably well preserved woman, and was liked by all.  About five weeks ago she fell and broker her thigh, which accelerated her death on Monday.  The funeral took place on Wednesday morning from her brother’s residence to St. John’s Church, thence to the Catholic Cemetery. (20 Nov 1903 pg 1)

 

LEONARD                      At Bathurst, on Monday, November 16th, Mary Leonard, aged 86 years. (20 Nov 1903 pg 4)

 

LESLIE                           The following is from the Nelson? DC? (illegible – line going through sentence), News of recent date: “Attended by a large number of mourners from Rossland, Trail, Kaslo and Ainsworth, the funeral of the late Mrs. Emily Leslie, daughter of the late John and Mrs. Scott, of Ainsworth, took place from the family residence.  Rev. E. Paul of Rossland, officiated.  The late Mrs. Leslie was born in Perth, Ont., 51 years ago, was a widow, her husband having died nine years ago.  She leaves a family of four children, Jack, Donald, Elizabeth, and Mrs. Boyd Paul, all of whom reside in this city.  Other surviving relatives are her mother, two sisters, Mrs. T.S. Jerome, and Mrs. John McCallum, of Nelson; and three brothers, Archie, who is now in Texas, William who lives at Cloverdale, and John? (cut off), who lives at Ainsworth.  She (bottom line cut off), Frizelle, Detriot, Mr. and Mrs. James Frizelle, Mr. and Mrs. D. Walsh and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Russell, Mr. and Mrs. R. Tovey, Mr. and Mrs. T. Tovey, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dowdall, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Conway, Mr. Leonard and Miss M. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hagan, Mr. and Mrs. D. Hogan, sr., Mrs. James Sheridan.  (24 Jun 1921)

 

MANION                       WILLIAM F. MANION – In the passing of a member of a former well known and prominent family of Bathurst township, in the person of William F. Manion, who died on Feb. 18, at the home of Mrs. William Lally the town lost one of its oldest and esteemed residents.  Born in Bathurst 87 years ago, a son of John Manion and Catherine Hogan, he spent many years farming before coming to Perth, with his wife and family 37 years ago, and had resided all those years on Gore street east.  Always of a bright and cheerful disposition, he had many friends who regret his passing; always enjoying fairly good health he was always able to be about, until a short time before his death when he suffered a stroke of paralysis.  He was predeceased by his wife two years ago, and left to mourn his loss are two sisters, Sarah, Mrs. Cassidy, Que., Maggie, Mrs. Lynburn, Ogdensburg: also three daughters and three sons, Mrs. Martin, Port Dover; Mrs. James, Regina; Mrs. Shanks, Sask; Jack of Detroit, Charlie of Syracuse and Basil of Chicago.  A son, Edward, was killed some years ago in a railway accident.  Always a devout member of St. John’s Roman Catholic church he was attended in his by Rev. Father O’Hearne.  Many friends called to pay their last respects and numerous spiritual offerings were received.  His funeral took place from the funeral home of Blair and Son on Saturday morning to St. John’s church, where a high requiem mass was sung by Rev. Dean Meagher, the body being placed in the vault to await burial in the spring.  One son, Jack, from Detroit, and a granddaughter, Rita Shanks of Smiths Falls attended the funeral.  The pallbearers were J.P. Hogan, F. Frizelle, J. Henrietta, A.V. McLean, Francis Lally and M. Donahue. (1 Mar 1940 pg 8)

 

MANION                       The last surviving member of one of the pioneer families of the third line of Bathurst was gathered to her reward on Sunday, Sept 3rd, in the fullness of her years, in the person of Mrs. John Manion, sr., of Perth.  In her death is also broken a link in the chain that bound the present day life of Perth and district with her late husband Mr. John Manion, of military fame.  The cause of her death is ascribed to old age.  Mrs. Manion was born in KilKenny, Ireland in the year 1822, Catherine Hogan being her maiden name, daughter of Daniel Hogan.  She came to this country about 1833 with her father and mother settling on the third line of Bathurst near the old toll gate.  She was married in 1846 and the union was blessed with a family of ten, seven of whom are now living.  They are:  Mrs. M.E. Noonan and W.F., Perth; Mrs. Lymburn, Ogdonsburg; Mrs. Cassidy, Frelighaburg, Que; T.J., Algonquin Park; R.J., Marysville, B.C., and John E., Smiths Falls.  All were present at the funeral save R.J. and Mrs. Cassidy.  The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon from the residence of her son, William, Gore Street cast, to St. John’s church, thence to parish cemetery.  The pallbearers were six nephews of the deceased: Messrs. Richard Hogan, (Bathurst) Richard Hogan and Daniel Hogan (Perth), P. Henrietta (Drummond) and Richard and John Tovey (Bathurst).  Many townspeople turned out in honor and respect to the remains of one who was so closely related to a pioneer resident of Perth, Mr. John Manion.  Mr. Manion’s biography was given in short form by several writers in the “pink edition” of the COURIER at the reunion time.  He died in 1893. (8 Sep 1905 pg 8)

 

MANION                       In the passing of a member of a former well known and prominent family of Bathurst township, in the person of William F. Manion, who died on Feb. 18, at the home of Mrs. William Lally the town lost one of its oldest and esteemed residents.  Born in Bathurst 87 years ago, a son of John Manion and Catherine Hogan, he spent many years farming before coming to Perth, with his wife and family 37 years ago, and had resided all those years on Gore street east.  Always of a bright and cheerful disposition, he had many friends who regret his passing; always enjoying fairly good health he was always able to be about, until a short time before his death when he suffered a stroke of paralysis.  He was predeceased by his wife two years ago, and left to mourn his loss are two sisters, Sarah, Mrs. Cassidy, Que., Maggie, Mrs. Lynburn, Ogdensburg: also three daughters and three sons, Mrs. Martin, Port Dover; Mrs. James, Regina; Mrs. Shanks, Sask; Jack of Detroit, Charlie of Syracuse and Basil of Chicago.  A son, Edward, was killed some years ago in a railway accident.  Always a devout member of St. John’s Roman Catholic church he was attended in his by Rev. Father O’Hearne.  Many friends called to pay their last respects and numerous spiritual offerings were received.  His funeral took place from the funeral home of Blair and Son on Saturday morning to St. John’s church, where a high requiem mass was sung by Rev. Dean Meagher, the body being placed in the vault to await burial in the spring.  One son, Jack, from Detroit, and a granddaughter, Rita Shanks of Smiths Falls attended the funeral.  The pallbearers were J.P. Hogan, F. Frizelle, J. Henrietta, A.V. McLean, Francis Lally and M. Donahue. (1 Mar 1940 pg 8)

 

MANION                       In Smiths Falls, on August 3rd, Bessie Lee, wife of John Manion, aged 26 years. (9 Aug 1901 pg 5)

 

MANION                       MRS. JOHN MANION – Four years ago, Miss Elizabeth Lee, daughter of Mrs. Edward Lee, then of Perth, became the bride of Mr. John Manion, of Smiths’s Falls, fireman in the employ of the C.P.R.  On Saturday, after months of sickness, the young wife died of consumption at the age of 26 years.  Her remains were interred in the Roman Catholic cemetery, Perth, on Monday. (9 Aug 1901 pg 5)

 

MANION                       DEATH OF MR. JOHN MANION – After a painful illness of some weeks, Mr. John Manion died at his old homestead residence, 3rd line of Bathurst, in the eighty-ninth year of his age.  He was the son of an old soldier who fought under Wellington in the Peninsular war, and with his regiment, the 49th, took part in the battle of Crysler’s Farm, where British valor and discipline proved too much for the greatly numerical superiority of the United States forces in that conflict.  The late Mr. Manion when a child of seven years witnessed this battle, and could tell to the last days of his life how he saw the U.S. ? melt away under the terrible fire of the British regulars, until horse, foot and artillery were driven from the fiend.  In 1837, Mr. Manion enlisted as a volunteer in the Hon. Henry Granhant’s? company, Perth, and was one who took part in the battle of the Windmill at Prescott, where he was slightly wounded.  He remained connected with the volunteer force of Canada and died a captain in the reserve militia.  He learned the drill of a battery soldier in his younger days, and always took charge of the two small brass cannon in the Perth court-house yard when firing salutes on Queen’s birthday, Dominion day or other occasions of the kind.  He became a Justice of the Peace years ago, was an excellent forest-ranger, and knew almost every foot of ground in the townships about here, and in the neighboring ones of Leeds, Frontenac and Addington.  He was also an active worker for the County Agricultural Society, and latterly became inspector of pedlars’ licenses in the county.  He was pre-eminently a hardy, vigerous man, and in the pride of his strength no doubt exposed himself too often to wet, cold and other privations in his travels around the back country, which in the end sapped his vital energies prematurely.  He was born in Balinasloe?, Ireland, and leaves one brother yet living, in Sherbrooke.  He was an unbending Conservative, though all the others of his brothers were staunch Liberals.  His funeral took place on Sunday afternoon from his late home, near Glen Tay, to the Roman Catholic cemetery in Perth, and such a funeral never left Bathurst before.  The cortege numbered about 170 vehicles, bended? By the two brass-bands and two fire companies in parade dress, from Perth, and the Perth volunteer company, and was increased on arrival in town by a large number of its citizens.  The funeral service was conducted in St. John’s Church by Rev. Father Duffus, and ended at the grave by the usual religious observances; and when the earth finally closed up the grave of the old man, the volunteer company fired three volleys over the remains, and the two brass cannon he had so often captained on gala occasions, blazed forth their grim farewell to the veteran just committee, “dust to dust. (9 Jun 1883 pg 5)

 

MANION                       In Bathurst, on Friday, Jan 9th, Thomas Manion, aged 88 years. (16 Jan 1903 pg 5)

 

MCCABE                       In Perth, on June 28th, Michael McCabe, aged 81 years. (4 Jul 1913 pg 5)

 

MCCABE                       A life long resident of Perth and Bathurst died on Saturday afternoon in the person of Mr. Michael McCabe.  Deceased was a    native of Bathurst, born in that township 81 years ago.  For many years, he ran a grist mill on the second line, at Richie’s retiring twenty four years ago, when he moved to town.  His wife died twenty five years ago, and surviving are three daughters and four sons; Mrs. P.J. Furlong, Mrs. George Williams and Mrs. John Cooper, town; William in Minneapolis; Michael and Edward in Almonte, and Peter in Montreal.  Deceased was the last member of his generation.  The funeral took place on Monday morning from the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. Williams, with whom he lived, to St. John’s church, thence to the Catholic cemetery. (4 Jul 1913 pg 5)

 

MCCAFFREY                  At Westport on Thursday, August 2nd, the death occurred of a well known and esteemed resident in the person of Mrs. Eugene McCaffrey, who before her marriage was Miss Agnes Whalen, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whalen.  The late Mrs. McCaffrey leaves to mourn her loss six sons and three daughters, namely, Frank, Seattle, Wash.; John, Detroit; Eugene and Walter, Oshawa; Leo, Ottawa; Edmund, Westport; Mrs. W.H. Gallagher, Brockville; Mrs. M.J. Cawley, Westport, and Miss Anastasia McCaffrey, of New York, Mrs. McKay, Detroit, and W.C. Whalen, Oregon, are sister and brother of the deceased.  The funeral was held Saturday morning, interment being made in the Catholic cemetery at Westport. (10 Aug 1923 pg 3)

 

MCCANN                      PERTH – 25 YEARS AGO – A brief message received in Perth on Thursday stated that Mr. Howard McCann, a native of Westport, had been killed in Detroit, Mich.  A sister of deceased is married to Mr. John Noonan, of Ottawa, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Noonan, North Burgess. (27 Feb 1958 pg 2)

 

MCGOWAN                   Genuine regret was expressed on Saturday afternoon when it became known that D.A. (Fonzie) McGowan had died in Kingston.  Five weeks ago the deceased young man was stricken while at study in Kingston with typhoid fever which was prevalent there.  He was removed to the General Hospital, Kingston, and was given the best attention.  His mother and his intended bride were with him in his illness and aided him to fight the ravaging work of fever.  From time to time news reached his friends in town of the progress of his struggle, and there were many a fervent prayer that he would win.  The typhus bacillus proved too much for our young citizen to fight successfully, and on Saturday last, in a hushed hospital chamber, in the presence of those whom he held most dear, the life spark of one who had already given promise of being a great factor in the future history of this country fluttered out – and he was no more.  The remains were brought to Perth on Sunday morning express and were taken to the residence of his brother in law Mr. John Carroll, Caroline Village.  Fonzie McGowan, as he was so popularly known, was born on the ninth line of Bathurst, about 24 years ago, the son of the late William McGowan, deceased some ten years.  He took a common school education, and then came to Perth to learn the trade of cheesemaker.  He hired with the Matheson factory, and his industriousness and stability won him his employers’ admiration.  Mr. McGowan emerged from his apprenticeship as a cheesemaker whose services would be in demand.  In the Matheson factory he met many farmers from all parts of the district, and with them he was a general favorite. On leaving Perth, he hired as cheesemaker for the Bathurst Mutual Factory, and his term served to further add to the excellent reputation he was making for himself.  Last fall he took the Governor-General’s gold medal and a special cash prize of $25 for the best cheese.  The competition, naturally, was keen, but the young cheesemaker whom we all mourn and who learned his trade in Perth had the pleasure of winnign the covered prize on his own merits.  He was then working at a factory in Renfrew County.  Mr. McGowan was a very industrious young man of more than ordinary ability and push.  In his habits he was steady and exemplary, and very kind and courteous.  He had a great ambition, and the lay reader not acquainted with him may gain some insight to it, when it is stated that when the cheese factory was closed, he spent the period in Queen’s University, fitting himself for a doctor.  This was his second term, and death cut him off from a brilliant course in that hall of learning.  For two sessions previous to his entry to Queen’s, he was assistant instructor at the Kingston Dairy School.  Besides his mother he leaves three sisters and three brothers; Mrs. Carroll, Perth; Mrs. Peter Noonan, Pakenham; Mrs. J. Noonan, Montreal; Barney J. and John, Watertown, N.Y., and William H. of British Columbia.  All were present at his funeral save the brother in the far West.  The funeral took place on Monday morning to St. John’s Church where the services were held, and interment took place on Monday morning to St. John’s Church where the services were held, and interment took place in the Catholic burying ground.  The pallbearers were six cousins of the deceased: Thomas Leonard, Dennis Noonan, Daniel Noonan, Peter Noonan, William Noonan and John McCann.  The funeral was a very large one, and there were many citizens who walked in tribute to the young life that was cut off.  The members of the Y.M.C.C. attended in a body.  The floral tributes were beautiful and spoke silently the esteem in which the donors held their departed friend and relative.  They included one from Queen’s “Meds” Class of 1906, the Young Men’s Catholic Club of Perth, Mr. P. Daly, of Kingston, and Mr. and Mrs. James Noonan, of Montreal. (3 Apr 1903 pg 8)

 

MCGOWAN                   Mary Byrne, relict of the late Wm. McGowan, of the 9th line of Bathurst, died in Montreal on Sunday last, at the age of 79 years, at the home of her son, John, where she had been making her home lately.   Deceased was taken ill with pneumonia, which resulted in her death.  She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Byrne, who were early settlers in Burgess, came from Ireland with her parents.  She was predeceased by her husband twenty-two years.  Deceased was well and favourably known in Bathurst.  She leaves to mourn her loss three sons, Wm. Of Vancouver, Jno T. and B.J. of Montreal, while the daughters are Mrs. John Carroll and Mrs. Jas. Noonan of Montreal and Mrs. Peter Noonan of Pakenham.  The remains of deceased were brought from Montreal to the home of Mr. Geo. Williams on Monday and the funeral took place on Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. from his residence to St. John’s church, thence to the R.C. cemetery for interment.  Those from out of town who attended the funeral were Mr. John Carroll and James and Miss M. Carroll, Wilfrid Noonan and Jas. McCann, all of Montreal, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Noonan, of Pakenham. (4 Feb 1916 pg 8)

 

MCGOWAN                   The death occurred at his home in Dapp, Alberta, on Tuesday, September 15th, at 9:00 p.m. of Daniel McGowan, after an extended illness.  Deceased was born on the Scotch Line, Perth, Ontario, and was the son of the late Philip McGowan.  He leaves to mourn the loss of a loving husband, a kind father, his wife (nee Lucy Noonan) and seven children, Thomas of Edmonton; Daniel, at home, Harry of Pebroch, Alta.; Mary, (Mrs. R.R. Davies)., Hucky, Alta.; Wilfred of Calgary and Marguerite and Annie of Dapp.  One son James was killed in action in the War in the battle of Cambrae on Sept. 27, 1917.  One sister, Mrs. Pat McDermott, Perth and two brothers, Thomas of Perth and William of Boston are all that remain of a large and affectionate family.  The funeral, which was largely attended took place from his home to Sr. Finnan’s? Church where Holy Mass was celebrated by the parish priest, Rev. Father Rooney thence to the R.C. cemetery.  Many were the spiritual and floral tributes received.  The pallbearers were six of his near neighbors. (6 Nov 1925 pg 7)

 

MCPARLAND                 Mrs. Owen McParland died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. T. Noonan, Darcyville, on July 11th, at the great age of 86 years.  The funeral took place on the following Tuesday to the Micaville cemetery.  Deceased was born in County Armagh, Ireland, and with her husband came to this country in 1846, settling in Burgess.  Owen McParland died about 12 years ago.  The surviving family are: Mrs. Collins and Mrs. Stillard, Sturgeon Falls; Mrs. Edward Blunt, Chicago; Mrs. R.T. Noonan, Darcyville; Mrs. George Hamilton, Perth; P.C., in Haileybury; and Mac, in Ottawa. (23 Jul 1909 pg 1)

 

MACKAY                      Shortly after seven o’clock Sunday evening, May 30th, in St. Francis Hospital at Smiths Falls death came peacefully to Ida C.E. DeWitt, beloved wife of Mr. Daniel W. Mackay, and her demise is regretted by hosts of friends and much sympathy is felt for surviving relatives.  The late Mrs. Mackay has been seriously ill for some time and pneumonia developed last week which hastened the end.  On Saturday she was moved to St. Francis General Hospital but for some months her sister, Mrs. Marsh of Chicago was in constant attendance.  Though a sufferer with anaemia and confined to bed for the past year and a half, she was ever most patient, cheerful and perfectly resigned throughout her long illness.  She was a devout member of St. Francis de Sales church.  Previous to her illness Mrs. Mackay was very active and held important offices in the different women’s organizations of the town where her advice and help were eagerly sought.  She was a member of the Women’s Canadian Club, Catholic Women’s League, Poonahmalee Chapter I.O.D.E. and was the organizer of the Study Club of St. Francis de Sales ladies.  The deceased was a brilliant conversationalist and a lady whom it was a pleasure to know and since her coming to Smiths Falls eight years ago made a large circle of friends.  The late Mrs. Mackay was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John DeWitt of Bathurst and was born there forty-eight years ago.  She was a clever pupil, graduating from the Perth Collegiate Institute when fifteen years of age, going to Normal? in Ottawa and one  year later entered the teaching profession with which she mad splendid success and was beloved and always remembered by her pupils.  She was principal for a time in the Separate School at Sudbury and later joined the staff of St. Joseph’s Separate School in Ottawa.  She was married to Mr. Daniel Mackay seventeen years ago; previous to coming to Smiths Falls, where Mr. Mackay is a mail clerk on the Perth local, they resided in Toronto.  The late Mrs. Mackay leaves to mourn her loss, besides her husband; three brothers and five sisters.  They are John of Montreal and William and Thomas of Bathurst., Mrs. G. Noonan, of Christie Lake, Mrs. Marsh, Chicago, Mrs. E.J. Mackay of Calgary, Mrs. John Doyle and Miss Rita Dewitt of Bathurst, another sister, Mrs. Thomas Crawford, predeceased her – Record News.  The funeral was held on Wednesday morning from her late residence to St. Francis de Sales Church whwere solemn Requiem Mass was said, the remains being then brought by motor to St. John’s Cemetery, Perth, for burial. (11 Jun 1926 pg 7)

 

MACNAB                      At Perth, on Tuesday, March 24, 1903, Mr. Duncan Macnab, aged 81 years. 927 Mar 1903 pg 5)

 

MACNAB                      In the demise of Mr. Duncan Macnab, there has departed a resident who was perhaps better known in another portion of the county that in Perth, as the deceased gentleman had only been a resident of the town for a little over a year.  About ten years ago he was stricken with paralysis, and his strength returning was impaired.  In the past two or three years he began to fail noticeably.  The illness that carried him off was of a week’s duration and on Tuesday morning the life spark fluttered out, at the grand old age of four score years and one.  Mr. Macnab was born in Beckwith in 1822, the son of Mr. Duncan Macnab who emigrated from Scotland in 1818.  The Scottish emigrant was a pioneer settler of Beckwith, and found time to preach the Baptist religion which he held dear.  After eleven years’ residence in old Beckwith the Macnab family moved to Elmsley, settling about three miles from Smith’s Falls, and the of this obituary sketch lived there until a year last October.  Since that time deceased has lived with his nephew Mr. Findlay Macnab, D’Arcy Street where he died.  Mr. Macnab was  avery clever, kind and intelligent.  One sister remains of the family and there are several relatives.  The funeral took place this (Thursday) morning to Smith’s Falls Cemetery.  The services were conducted by the Rev. G.C. Rock. (27 Mar 1903 pg 5)

 

MANION                       Mr. Thomas Manion, another old resident of Bathurst, died on Friday at the home of his daughter Mrs. Peter Noonan, on the ninth line.  About four days previous to his death, he fell on the ice and hurt his hip.  He, however, was thought to be getting better, but last Friday again complained of a soreness in his hip.  He had not drunk more than one or two mouthfuls of a hot drink his daughter had prepared for him, when he fell over dead.  Mr. Manion was born in Bathurst in 1815, and was consequently 88 years old.  He was the son of the late Mr. Thomas Manion, who emigrated to this country at the close of the Penicaular War, in which he took part.  He died about 1862.  The gentleman about whom this obituary is written was a well known resident of Bathurst.  He at one time lived in South Sherbrooke, but for the past number of years had live on the ninth line Bathurst.  He was married about the year 1836 to Ellen Nagle, of Bathurst, who predeceased him 28 years ago.  There were ten children born to them, eight of whom ar living today; William, up the K& P.R.; James, in New York; John, 3rd line Bathurst; Mrs. P. Noonan, 9th line Bathurst; Mrs. Geo. Stella, Nipissing; Mrs. Deacon, Belleville; Mrs. Frank Kerr, Lombardy and a married woman in Chicago.  The funeral took place on Sunday to St. John’s Church thence to the Catholic Cemetery. (16 Jan 1903 pg 4)

 

MOORE                         At Perth, on Wednesday, Sept. 28th, 1887, Mr. John W. Moore, of Newboro formerly of Perth, aged 34 years.  (30 Sep 1887)

 

MORRISON                    Another of the older inhabitants of Perth in the person of Mr. James Morrison died at the family home on Mill street last Monday, April 2nd, after an illness of about two weeks with heart trouble.  His age was 76 years.  He was one of Perth’s best painters in former days but for some years declining faculties prevented him from following his calling steadily and this was a distinct loss to the trade in this neighborhood.  Deceased was for years secretary of the Roman Catholic Separate School Board of Education but took no part generally in public matters.  He was a good citizen and an esteemed one.  He is survived by his widow, three sons, Laurence, James and George and two daughters Misses Clara and Mary.  The funeral was held on Thursday morning to St. John’s Church and thence to the R.C. Cemetery, Rev. Dean Hogan officiating. (6 Apr 1923 pg 8)

 

MORRISON                    The following were the floral and spiritual offerings received for the late Mr. James Morrison whose death took place in Perth on April 2nd: Floral offerings: A wreath from Mr. George T. Kerr; spiritual offerings: Mrs. Jas. Morrison and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. T.V. O’Connor, Mrs. W. Farrell and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. Kane and family, Mr. and Marie Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. D. Noonan, Mr. H.T. Noonan and family, Mrs. M. Nagle, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee, Smiths Falls, Mr. and Mrs. T. McGowan, Mr. and Mrs. G.T. Kerr, Mr. J.W. ?, Miss Fanny Noonan, Miss Nellie and T. Ryan, Miss Rose Lappin, Mr. and Mrs. S. White, Mr. and Mrs. B.E. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. G. Graham, Mrs. C. Mackay, Mrs. T. Ryan and Miss Williams, Mrs. James Nagle, Mr. and Mrs. G.V. Savage, Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Gannon, Kingston, Mr. and Mrs. W. Savage, Cobourg, Mr. W. Savage and family, Buffalo, Mr. and Mrs. S. Lee, Ottawa, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lee and family, Mr. and Mrs. G. O’Rielly, Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. G. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lee, Mr. and Mrs. T. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. F. Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Mrs. P. Griffin and family, Mr. H. Savage, Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Savage, Brockville, Mr. and Mrs. R. McDougall, Mr. Jas. Publow sr., and Wilfred, Mrs. Thos. Brady and family, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Smith, Mrs. A.C. Millar, Brockville, Ladies’ Auxiliary, Mr. and Mrs. R. Cordick, Mr. and Mrs. W. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. E. Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. R. White, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Robinson, Mrs. F. Bennett and family, Miss Julia Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. W. Hogan, Mrs. Catherine O’Neil and Lizzie, Mr. and Mrs. W. Taulty, Mr. and Mrs. A. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. M. McCarthy, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Conway, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kanelakos, Mrs. Jarbeau and family, Mrs. Fenwick and Ethel, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Messrs. Frank and Fred Publow, Mr. Earl Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. J. Courtney, Miss O’Laughlin, Messrs. Leo and Ambrose Conlon, Mr. and Mrs. P.H. White, James and Thos. Brady, Mrs. Geo. Farrell and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hudson, Mr. Fred Sutherland, Miss M. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. P. Brady, Sisters of Precious Blood Convent, Toronto, Mr. P.J. Quinn and family.  Friends from a distance: Mr. Geo. V. Savage and son Lawrence, Belleville, Mr. W. Savage, Coburg, Mrs. Jas. Lee, Smiths Falls.  Pallbearers: Michael McCarthy, Jas. J. Smith, J. Publow, sr., John Doyle, G.T. Kerr, James J. Kane. (13 Apr 1923 pg 6)

 

MURRAY                       Thomas Moonie Murray, 215 Lochiel St. S., Renfrew, died Dec 20, 1973, in Renfrew Victoria Hospital.  He was 83.  He was born March 2, 1880, at Ferguson’s Falls, Ontario, son of the late John Murray and his wife the former Margaret Hogan.  Mr. Murray was a retired jeweller and had lived in Renfrew for the past 51 years, receiving his education at Perth.  He was secretary of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind for 18 years and an honorary member of the Knights of Columbus.  Mr. Murray was predeceased by his wife, the former Agnes MacMillan whom he married in Ottawa in 1923 and is survived by two daughters Dolores Murray, and Margaret Miller, one grandson Glen Miller and a granddaughter Denise Miller, all of Renfrew.  The funeral was held from the Quinn Funeral Home for service in St. Francis Xavier Church, Renfrew, Dec. 22, 1973, at 3:15 p.m.  Rev. J.J. Kelly, St. Augustine’s Seminary, Toronto, a nephew of the deceased conducted the service.  Interment was in the parish vault.  Pallbearers were Gordon McKay, Doug Adams, Vincent Donegan, Jim Wright, Walter McLean and Frank McLean. (7 Feb 1974 pg 15)

 

MURRAY                       After a period of declining health, Margaret Jane Hogan, relict of the late Mr. John Murray, passed away at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A.V. McLean on Wednesday, Nov 16th, at the age of 67 years.  Mrs. Murray had been a resident of Perth for a great many years and was very highly thought of and the bereaved relatives have the sympathy of a wide circle of friends.  Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. John Kelly, Smiths Falls, Mrs. Dan Lee and Mrs. A.V. McLean, of Perth and two sons, Messrs. Thomas of Renfrew, and John of Lombardy.  There are also two brothers, Messrs. Daniel and Michael of Perth, surviving.  One brother Richard died in Westport and a sister Mrs. Foley died in Perth in February 1920.  The funeral was held last Friday morning to St. John’s Church and thence to the R.C. Cemetery and was largely attended. (25 Nov 1921 pg 4)

 

MURRAY                       At Perth on Wednesday, Nov 16th, Margaret Jane Hogan wife of the late John Murray, aged 67 years. (25 Nov 1921 pg 8)

 

MURRAY                       At Perth on November 16th, Margaret Jane Hogan, relict of the late John Murray, aged 67. (14 Nov 1946 pg 3, found under Perth - 25 years ago)

 

MURPHY                       For fifty years, Ann O’Neil, relict of the late Thomas Murphy, was an honoured resident of Perth.  She was born near Shillulah, County or Carlow, Ireland, in 1820, being thus 83 years old, and left with her parents for Canada in 1847, settling in Kingston.  There deceased met and married to her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Murphy moving to Perth in 1853; Mr. Murphy, who died about two years ago, was a machinist by trade, a steady and a good workman and is credited with the distinction of making the patterns of the first stove that was made in Lanark County.  He was engaged for a number of year’s at Shaw’s foundry.  Of a large family four survive; Mrs. James Sutherland, Perth; Mr. James Murphy, Chicago; Mrs. Charles Binks, London, and Mrs. Dr. Cameron, Detroit, who were all present at the funeral.  There are also three great grandchildren and 11 grandchildren.  Mrs. Murphy had been ill for about a year, and had been confined to bed for ten weeks attended by her daughter, Mrs. Binks.  She died on Sunday, November 15th, true to her principles, and honoured by the community.  The funeral took place on Tuesday morning from her late residence on Sherbrooke Street, to St. John’s Church, thence to the Catholic Cemetery.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Wm. Northgraves, D.R. Noonan, James Hartney, John Walsh, James Davis and William Farrell. (20 Nov 1903 pg 1)

 

MURPHY                       In Perth, on Sunday, November 15th, Ann O’Neil, relict of the late Thos. Murphy, age 83 years. (20 Nov 1903 pg 4)

 

NAGLE                          The remains of the late Maurice Joseph Nagle were brought to Perth for interment on Sunday afternoon last, the funeral taking place from the residence of Mr. John Carroll, D’Arcy street, at 1:30 to St. John’s cemetery.  Death occurred in Regina on September 24th, at the age of fifty six years, due to drosey.  Deceased was the son of the late Maurice Nagle, 3rd line Bathurst in which township he was born.  He was predeceased by his wife.  He had been farming at Myronne, Sask., for the past twenty five years.  He is survived by three brothers and five sisters.  The brothers are: Michael of Assiniboia, Sask.; David and John of Perth.  The sisters are; Mrs. Thomas McDonough, Montreal; Carrie, Mary and Mrs. James Noonan, Perth; and Mrs. Wm. Mitchell, 3rd line Bathurst.  The pallbearers at the funeral were: Messrs. John and James Noonan, Maurice, William, John and Maurice Nagle. (5 Oct 1917 pg 8)

 

NOONAN                       At Kingston, on Friday, April 10th, Miss Susan Noonan, of Perth, aged 73 years. (17 Apr 1925 pg 8)

 

NOONAN                       An esteemed resident of the East? Ward in the person of Miss Susan Noonan passed away in Kingston on the morning of Good Friday, April 10th after an illness of over two months.  The late Miss Noonan was in her seventy-eighth year and was born in Bathurst Township a daughter of the late Dennis Noonan one of the early settlers of Bathurst and was the last member of a large and much respected family.  Deceased was of a retiring disposition and in religion a devout Catholic.  The remains were accompanied to Perth on the evening train on Friday by her nephew, Mr. H.T. Noonan, and the funeral was held from his residence, Drummond street East, on Saturday afternoon to St. John’s Church and thence to the R.C. Cemetery, Rev. Dean J.T. Hogan, officiating.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Thos. Burns, J.D. Hogan, R.P. Whyte, Francis McParland, Edward Lee and John Courtney. (17 Apr 1925 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       PERTH 25 YEARS AGO – Deaths – Vernon, 7 years, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Noonan, Bathurst. (3 Oct 1924 pg 3)

 

NOONAN                       In Utica, N.Y., on June 21st Margaret T. Cleary, wife of Mr. J.D. Noonan, formerly of Perth, aged 26 years. (28 Jun 1912 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       Mrs. James D. Noonan died at Faxton hospital, Utica, N.Y., last Friday, after an illness of two weeks.  She was the daughter of Mrs. W.P. Cleary, of Masterville, where she was born twenty-six years ago.  She resided in that vicinity all her life, until she graduated from the Utica School of Commerce in 1907.  Since that time she has resided in Utica.  Mrs. Noonan was a young woman of beautiful character and her gentle disposition endeared her to all with whom she came in contact.  She was married to James D. Noonan, of Utica, June 29, 1910, son of Mr. D.R. Noonan, town, and her short married life has been one of extreme happiness.  She was a loving and devoted wife and the sympathy of her numerous friends is extended to her young husband and infant son as well as to her parents, and the brothers and sisters who survive.  Mr. D.R. Noonan and Mrs. Peter Noonan were in Utica when death came. (28 Jun 1912 pg 8)

 

NOONAN                       There died at Regina on the 9th inst., Mrs. Thomas Noonan, formerly of Perth, at the age of 61 years.  Mrs. Noonan was the daughter of the late John Manion, of the third line of Bathurst, and was married to Thomas Noonan in 1873 and lived the greater part of her life in Perth.  Her husband died about fifteen years ago, leaving her with a young family, since which time she has devoted her life to her children and had the satisfaction of seeing them grow to manhood and womanhood.  The late Mrs. Noonan was of a quiet gentle disposition and devoted to her children.  A few years ago she moved to Montreal, where her daughters had good positions and remained there till her health began to fail, when her son John induced her to go to Regina in the hopes of regaining it, but it was not to be and she passed peacefully away on Thursday.  She leaves to mourn her loss two sons and five daughters, all of whom are living in Regina.  The funeral took place on Saturday morning to St. Mary’s church, Regina, where High Mass was celebrated and thence to the R.C. cemetery. (17 Mar 1911 pg 8)

 

NOONAN                       DAN NOONAN KILLED AT HAYES SIDING – Fell Under a Freight While Switching Early This Morning – POPULAR PERTH BOY – The town was shocked on Thursday morning when the news came of the sudden and tragic death at Hayes Pit. Between Mountain and Kemptville, of Mr. Dan Noonan, son of Mr. James Noonan, sr.  Dan was a brakeman on the C.P.R. and while fixing a brake on a ballast car at Hayes Pit about half past eight this morning, was struck by a telegraph pole.  Three cars ran over him, death being instantaneous.  The remains will be brought to Perth for interment.  Deceased was a popular young man in Perth and counted his friends by the score.  When he lived here, he worked at the felt mill, but gave this up a few years ago, to go braking on the C.P.R.  Dan was a baseball player of renown, and his old team associates here and in Smiths Falls deeply regret his sudden end.  Sympathy goes out to his bereaved parents, brothers and sisters in their hour of affliction. (23 Sep 1910 pg 1)

 

NOONAN                       At Hayne siding, on Thursday, Sept. 22nd, 1910, Daniel P. Noonan, of Perth, aged 30 years. (30 Sep 1910 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       LIKED WHILE LIVING RESPECTED AT DEATH

Remains of Late Daniel Noonan Followed to Last Resting Place by Large Numbers

A RAILWAY FATALITY

 

The awful and tragic ending that overtook our old friend Mr. Daniel Noonan, while at his daily work last Thursday morning is but another evidence of that old saying “in the midst of life, we are in death.”  Dan, as his intimate friends had the pleasure of calling him, was cut down in the full enjoyment of strong and healthy manhood, being but thirty years of age.  He had visited his home here on the Monday previous, had performed a few odd chores about the house for his mother and promised he would do more for her when he came back on Friday.  But this was not to be.  Dan when he left here on Monday had done his last work for his bereaved parents and had passed the last word with his many old friends in town.  His death is as sad as it is sudden.  He was cut off without a moment’s warning, and the life spark was snuffed out without a struggle.  He met death while at work.  On the fateful morning he was braking on the gravel train in charge of Conductor Phillips.  The train was at Hayes’ gravel pit at the time, and the accident occurred while coming out of the pit on to the main line.  Dan was standing with one foot on the car and the other on the step at the side fixing a brake, which was bent and out of order, on the side of the car, when he was struck by a telegraph pole and knocked under the cares.  Three of the cars passed over his body above the hips and when picked up he was dead.  An Italian workman saw him before he came to the fatal point and yelled at him but evidently Dan never heard him, for the next moment the Italian saw him knocked off the side of the car, falling under the train.  The pole was only eight inches from the track.  It is explained that as the pit was opened up, the track into it had been moved closer to the diggings from time to time, and at the time of the accident lay within, eight inches of the pole.  The law states the distance shall be six feet between pole and truck.

 

REMAINS BROUGHT HOME

 

When the accident was reported to the trainman, the remains of deceased were removed to Mountain, and proper authorities and friends were notified.  The Brotherhood of Trainmen at Smiths Falls, of which Dan was a member, sent Conductors Jas. Douglas, Jas, Chalmers and V. Fuller, with undertaker Mars, down to take care of the body.  They went down in the afternoon and the remains were brought to Smiths Falls on a freight, and taken to Perth at midnight, and were in charge of Messrs. J. Chalmers, J. Douglas and V. Fuller, for the trainmen, and Mr. Raoul Jenner of the B of L.F & E, all of whom remained here till after the funeral.

 

HE WAS A FAVORITE

 

The remains were taken to his parents’ home on D’Arcy Street, and were viewed by hundreds, who called to see them for the last time and to speak a word of sympathy to the bereaved.  Dan was a favorite with all.  Kind and good-natured, his friends never knew him to be angry or annoyed.  Faithful, honest and industrious, he was a credit to the town.  Above all he was kind and considerate to his mother, and she will miss him the most, for the sun rose and set on Dan in her eyes.  Others, too, will miss him, and many will always cherish pleasant recollections of their associations with him.  Particularly so, is this the case of his baseball comrades both in Perth and Smiths Falls.  He learned the game here with the old guard, and when it came his turn to take charge he passed the ball science on to others.  And Dan knew the game and played it well.  He lived here till the spring of 1907, giving up his employment at the felt mill, to engage as brakeman with the C.P.R. with headquarters at Smiths Falls.  His sobriety was a strong trait in his character and it won for him the confidence of his employers and fellow man.  While generous with his earnings he had made one or two good dividend paying investments and of course carried insurance in each of the three societies to which he belonged.

 

THE FUNERAL

 

The funeral took place on Saturday morning to St. John’s church and cemetery and was largely attended.  The funeral cortege was headed by the brother hood, numbering, about fifty; the Catholic Foresters and the Hibernians, to all of which deceased belonged.  The six pall-bearers walked three on either side of the hearse.  Then came the mourners and old friends and associates in vehicles.  Hundreds walked in the procession to the church and graveyard.  Father Hogan celebrated the mass for the dead at the church and as the usual closing hymn, “Nearer, My God, to Thee” was being sung by the choir, the remains were borne from the church and taken to the cemetery for burial.  Messrs. Wm. Stinton and Wm. O’Mara represented the O.R.C., James Cuddy and B. of L.E. and Messrs. Wm. Muldoon and Frank White the B. of L.F. and E., Mr. Marshall Brian represented Mississippi Lodge, of B.L.F. and E., Carleton Place and Mr. Richard Cooper, C. of R.T. of Carleton Place.  The floral offerings were a respectful tribute to deceased’s memory, and were as follows: Pillows from the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen and the local Firemen and Engineers; wreaths from the Perth, Smiths Falls and Third Line Baseball Clubs; a sicle by Rod McGillis; a cross by Mr. and Mrs. Cuddahay, Smiths Falls; a wreath by Messrs. R. and F. Jenner, and sprays from the employees of Knitting Mill office, Miss Eliza Home, M. Hogan, Mrs. A. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, while masses were arranged for by the following: Catholic Order of Foresters, Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Noonan, Miss M. Noonan, Miss Frances McCann, Mrs. H. Marsh, Miss Mary Furlong, Miss Maggie Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. T. Horan, Mr. John T. Conway, Mr. Dan Hogan, Miss Annie Hogan, Mr. Daniel Hudson, Mr. Ed. Furlong, Mrs. D. O’Neil, Mr. Thos. Tovey, Mr. and Mrs. P. Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. P. Brady, Dr. Dwyre, Miss Maud and Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Hogan. (30 Sep 1910 pg 1)

 

NOONAN                       At Bathurst, on Friday, July 20th, Mary Carmel, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Noonan aged 4 days. (27 Jul 1906 pg 4; see births as well)

 

NOONAN                       Death entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Noonan last Thursday and bore away their infant son William John, whose baby presence had brightened the home one brief fortnight and won the place of affection in the hearts of the parents.  The funeral took place on Friday to the R.C. Cemetery, Perth.  To Mr. and Mrs. Noonan the heartfelt sympathy of all is extended. (11 Aug 1905 pg 8)

 

NOONAN                       At Pakenham, on Friday, Jan 24th, 1902, Daniel V. Noonan, formerly of Perth aged 16? Years. (31 Jan 1902 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       The death took place at the family residence, 9th line of Bathurst, early Sunday morning, Jan. 28th, of Mrs. Mary Noonan, relict of the late Peter Noonan, at the advanced age of 78 years after a short illness from pneumonia.  With the passing away of Mrs. Noonan there is removed one of the last of the pioneer settlers of the Balderson community.  For nearly four score years this noble woman had been an angel of help and succor? To all those in the community who required a helping hand, and a cheerful word, and the large cortege of sympathizing friends who followed her to the grave testified to the ? and esteem in which she was held.  The funeral took place at 9 o’clock Tuesday morning to St. John’s Roman Catholic church, Perth, where Requiem High Mass was chanted for her soul by Rev. Father Hogan.  Mrs. Noonan was predeceased by her husband twelve years ago, and leaves the following children to mourn her loss; James T., Manager of the Northern Life Assurance Co., Ottawa; Peter J., Michael E. and William D., in Bathurst; George A. in North Elmsley, and Mrs. G. Yack and the Misses Jane A. and Emily W., and Margaret J. in Bathurst.  She was also predeceased by one son and two daughters.  The pallbearers were five sons and Mr. G.E. Yack, son in law.  Requieseat? in peace. (2 Feb 1917 pg 6)

 

NOONAN                       On ninth line, Bathurst, on Sunday, Jan. 28th, Mary Manion, relict of the late Peter Noonan, aged 78 years. (2 Feb 1917 pg 3)

 

NOONAN                       In Burgess on Saturday Jan. 13th, Peter Noonan, aged 47 years. (19 Jan 1917 pg 4)

 

NOONAN                       On Monday morning 25th May, Mr. James Noonan, Sr., 3rd Line Bathurst, aged 72 years. (29 May 1874 pg 3)

 

NOONAN                       On Thursday, May 10th, the wife of Mr. Dennis Noonan, 6th? Con. Bathurst, of a son. (18 May 1883 pg 3)

 

NOONAN                       In Burgess, on Saturday Jan 13, Peter Noonan, aged 17 years. (15 Jan 1942 pg 3)

 

NOONAN                       JOHN NOONAN DIES AFTER ACCIDENT – Widely known as a cattle drover throughout Lanark, Leeds and Frontenac counties, John Noonan died in the G.W.M. Hospital on Saturday from injuries suffered in a fall on the steps of his summer cottage at Christie Lake on Monday of last week.  In his 89th year, he was born in the township of Bathurst, near Perth, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Noonan.  His father served as reeve and deputy reeve of Bathurst, as warden of Lanark county in 1888, and was the last member of the counties council of Lanark and Renfrew, which convened finally in Perth in 1866.  Under the arm name of Noonan Brothers, he was in partnership with his brother, the late James Noonan as cattle dealers.  The firm also conducted a butcher business in Perth.  This partnership was dissolved about thirty years ago but he continued to be actively engaged as a cattle and poultry dealer until about ten years ago.  In 1883 he married Mary Elizabeth Furlong of Bathurst, who predeceased him in 1919.  Of a family of 12, five survive.  They are Mrs. W.J. Blaney of Buchanan, Mich.; Mrs. Fred K. Hope, of Ottawa; Mrs. J.F. Brankin of Perth, with whom he made his home in later year; Mrs. W.E. LeClaire and Daniel Noonan of Toronto; also a sister, Mrs. Wm. DeWitt of Bathurst, and a brother, William Noonan, of Ottawa.  Nine grandchildren and six great grandchildren also survive.  His second wife was Katherine Furlong, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Furlong of Perth.  She predeceased him in 1941.  The funeral was held Tuesday morning from Alex Blair & Son’s Funeral Home to St. John’s Church where a Requiem High Mass was sung by the Reverend Msgr. Meagher.  The honorary’ pallbearers were Messrs. James McVeety, F.A. Robertson, H.A. O’Donnell N.E. Dodds, Wm. Rogers and Harry Warren.  The active pallbearers were Messrs, John Jordon, Wilbur Noonan, James Cavanagh, Lawrence Brady, William McLean, and Michael Furlong.  Numerous spiritual offerings were received as well as floral offerings from Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McVeety and Elsie; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Osborne and family; Miss Elsie Hope; Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Erwin; Mr. Nicholas Lye; Roofers Supply Co., Toronto; Clarke Equipment, of Buchanan, Mich.; neighbours in the Erwin Apts.; Ladies’ Legion Auxiliary; his children; his grandchildren; his great grandchildren. (2 Sep 1948 pg 1)

 

NOONAN                       MISS M.J. NOONAN DIES SUDDENLY – On Tuesday May 4, there passed away suddenly at her late residence on the Ninth Line of Bathurst, Margaret Julia Noonan, daughter of the late Peter Noonan and his wife, the former Mary Manion.  She was born in Bathurst Township, a loving daughter and a respected member of the community where she resided.  She was a member of the Sacred Heart Church, of Lanark.  She is survived by two sisters, Jane, (Mrs. A. Timmerman) and Mrs. Matilda Yack, both of Balderson; three brothers, John and William of Balderson, and George of Perth.  The many spiritual offerings bespoken? Of the high esteem in which the deceased was held.  The funeral, which was largely attended, took place on Friday Home to St. John’s Church, Perth, where Requiem Mass was celebrated by Rev. Dean Meagher with Rev. Father Healey of Lanark in the sanctuary.  Interment took place in St. John’s Cemetery, Perth, where Rev. Father Trainor and Rev. Father Healey conducted the service at the graveside.  Pallbearers were Leo Noonan, Desmond Noonan, Cyril Noonan, Urbane Noonan, Ernest Hughes and Daniel Bowes. (27 May 1948 pg 11)

 

NOONAN                       At Bathrust, on Tuesday, May 4, Margaret Noonan, in her 76th year. (13 May 1948 pg 12)

 

NOONAN                       In Regina, Sask., on May 15th, 1947, John Denis Noonan, beloved husband of Sarah Burberry, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Noonan of Perth and brother of Mrs. Edward Young and Geo. J. Noonan of Perth. (22 May 1947 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       JOHN L. NOONAN – At the G.W. M. hospital, the death occurred on Saturday, Jan. 16. of John L. Noonan, at the age of 49 years.  Deceased who was born at Perth and who had resided here all his life was exceptionally well known in town and district; a butcher by trade he had been employed for a number of years in the meat department of the Perth branch of Dominion Stores Limited.  He was a son of the late James Noonan and his wife, Margaret Nagle.  Surviving brothers and sisters are: James, overseas in the Canadian army; Harold of Ottawa; Lorne, Wilfred and Howard, all of Perth; Miss Carmel Noonan of Ottawa and Mae, Mrs. F.W. Reil of Ottawa.  The funeral was held from deceased’s late home at 125 Wilson street, on Monday, Jan 18, to St. John’s church where requiem mass was chanted by Rev. Father Trainor.  Interment was at St. John’s cemetery and pallbearers were Arthur Findlay, Frank Wright, Leo Conlon, Dan Horan, Edgar Brady and William Spence.  Among those from a distance who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. T. McDonough, Montreal, and Pat Noonan, R.C.N.V.R., Halifax.  Floral offerings received included: wreaths, family; Dominion Stores of Ottawa; Dominion Stores of Perth; spray, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Barrie; Basket, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Barrie, Mr. and Mrs. T. Wilson, cut flowers, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Barrie, Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Rubino.  Numerous spirtual offerings were received also. (28 Jan 1943 pg 6)

 

NOONAN                       MRS. J. RICHARD NOONAN – Mrs. J. Richard Noonan, 22, 32 Kenyon Ct., died in the Utica, N.Y., Memorial Hospital, Sept. 13, 1942, after a short illness.  Helen Barrett was born in Utica, March 21, 1920, daughter of the late James and Mary Kellmurray Barrett.  She attended St. Agnes school, St. Francis de Sales high school and the Excelsior school of business.  In 1940, she married Mr. Noonan.  Mrs. Noonan was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes church.  Besides Mr. Noonan, she leaves two daughters, Mary Judith and Helen Barrett; four brothers, William and Lawrence, Utica; Corp. Vincent L., New York City, and Pvt. Robert Barrett, Great Britain; a sister, Mrs. Haver Karlen, Utica, and several aunts and uncles.  J. Richard Noonan is a son of Edward H. Noonan formerly of Perth, and a grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Noonan. (1 Oct 1942 pg 3)

 

NOONAN                       PETER JOSEPH NOONAN – Widely regretted was the passing on Tuesday, Dec. 16, of Peter Joseph Noonan, in his 83rd year, following a lengthy illness.  Deceased was born at Christie Lake on August 27, 1859, a son of the late James Noonan and his wife, Ann Kehoe.  On August 27, 1883, he was married in St. John’s church, Perth, by the late Rev. Dean O’Connor, to Miss Margaret McGowan of Bathurst who passed away four years ago.  Mr. and Mrs. Noonan farmed on the 3rd line of Bathurst for twenty years, then moved to a farm in Pakenham township, one mile from Pakenham village and remained there until 1920, when the farm was taken over by their son, George Noonan.  Mr. and Mrs. Noonan lived in Pakenham village for the next seven years, then came to Perth to reside on Brock street.  Remaining to mourn his loss are five sons, William of Arnprior, George of Pakenham, Peter of Geraldton; Harry of Montreal V.G.O.C., and Dr. J. Frank of Perth; three daughters, Mrs. J.J. Henry of Fort William, Mrs. Frank L. Costello of Cobalt and Mrs. D.V. Mcguiggan of Perth; two brothers, George of Christie Lake and James of Detroit, Mich., and one sister, Mrs. D. McGowan.  The funeral to St. John’s church on Friday morning was largely attended by friends from Perth and district, Arnprior, Metcalfe, Pakenham and Fort William; requiem mass was sung by Very Rev. Dean M. Meagher assisted by Rev. Father O’Hearn and Rev. Father Traynor.  Interment was in St. John’s cemetery and the pallbearers were J.A. Connor, William Byrne, Herb. Noonan, George Boal, Wilbur Noonan and Thomas Hogan.  Numerous spiritual and floral offerings were mute evidence of the esteem in which deceased was held. (25 Dec 1941 pg 7)

 

NOONAN                       LAWRENCE V. NOONAN – It was with sincere regret that his many friends learned of the death of Lawrence Noonan in the Royal Victoria Hospital, in Montreal, on Saturday, April 22, following a lengthy illness.  Deceased was born in Perth on December 12, 1906, son of the late H.J. Noonan and Lillian Morrison , and received his education in Perth Separate School.  Ten years ago he moved to Montreal to enter the employment of the Supertest Petroleum Co., with which he was engaged until death.  The late Mr. Noonan was married on April 1, 1929 to Olive Lee, who, with one daughter, Frances Jean, survives to mourn the loss of a loving husband and father.  He also leaves two brothers, McPhall, of Kingston, and Bertram, of Montreal, and one sister, Fanny, Mrs. G.P. Grooms, Montreal; also one half brother and sister, Patrick and Catherine, of Perth.  Deceased was a great lover of sports and athletics, and was a devout Roman Catholic in religion.  His funeral was held from the home of his grandmother, the late Mrs. James Morrison, Mill St., on Tuesday morning, April 15, to St. John’s Church, and was largely attended.  Very Rev. Dean Meagher sang the Requiem High Mass and officiated at the graveside.  The pallbearers were six boyhood friends, John McGlade, Ed. Brady, Howard Noonan, Dan Mitchell, Victor Young and Emmett Foy.  Those from out of town attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. M?. Noonan, Kingston; Mrs. Frank Aggett, Montreal; Isabel Morrison, Mary Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Corkery and Miss Galavin, Ottawa.  Floral offerings were received from; Mrs. L. Noonan and Jean; Supertest Petroleum Corp. Ltd.; Larry’s Station friends; Messrs. Frank Trousdale and J. Lalonde, Montreal; Mr. and Mrs. N. Noonan, Kingston; Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Sheridan, Mrs. Watson and Hazel Stewart, Perth.  The following spiritual offerings wee received: Mrs. L. Noonan and Jean, Mr. and Mrs. G. Grooms (2), Mr. Bert Noonan; Mr. and Mrs. P. Lynch (2); Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brady; Mr. and Mrs. P. Brady and Charlie; Mr. and Mrs. W. Foley; Mr. and Mrs. R. McMillan; Mrs. E. Letang and family; Mrs. DeWitt and family; Mr. and Mrs. M. Bennett, Montreal; Mr. and Mrs. K?. McDougall, Belleville; Mary Noonan; Isabel Morrison; Mr. and Mrs. D. Corkery, Ottawa; Fred Doyle, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. L. Savage, Brockville; Mrs. Mary Sheridan (2), Mary and Clara Morrison; Mr. and Mrs. L. Morrison (2); Mrs. Jan Lee; Mrs. Geo. Kerr and family; Mrs. Wm. Nagle and family; Margaret McCann; Mr. Peter Noonan; Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Smith and Mary; Miss Maggie Kehoe; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. S. Haughlan; Mr. and Mrs. John Pennett; Mr. and Mrs. J. Courtney; Mrs. D. Lee and Mrs. Quigley; Mr. and Mrs. J. Henrietta; Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Sheridan and family; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brady; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Horan; Mrs. Olive Pennett; Mr. and MRs. F. McParland; Frank McGlade; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Noonan; Mr. Dan Bowes; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Noonan and Kathleen; Mr. and Mrs. H. Shaw; McCann family and Annie McGowan; Miss Harriett Brown; Miss Winnifred Sheedy; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brady (2); Mr. and Mrs. Syl. O’Donnell; Mr. Dan A. Mitchell; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hogan and family; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Young; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Williams; Mrs. Catherine Nagle and Mary; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson; Mrs. Damon and daughters; the Griffin family; Mrs. Daniel Mitchell and Marie; Mr. and Mrs. Herb. Noonan; Mr. Geo. Williams and daughters; Mrs. Annie Brankin; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lee; John and Joe McGlade; Mrs. Richard Byrne; Mrs. Hazel Noonan and family; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lee; Miss Jessie Keays; Mr. and Mrs. John McGlade; Mrs. F.A. Lambert and family; Mrs. A. McGlade and family; Mrs. B.E. Lee and family; Mrs. Thomas Mitchell and Fronzie; Ena Mackler and Alice Grooms, Montreal; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Doyle, Elmsley. (5 May 1939 pg 9)

 

NOONAN                       At the Kingston General hospital, on Monday, Nov. 4, 1940, Lillian Morris, wife of McPhall Noonan, aged 34 years. (8 Nov 1940 pg 4)

 

NOONAN                       Mr. Harry T. Noonan was bereaved on Tuesday last by the death of his infant son, Elmer, at the age of five months, after a brief illness.  The father, who has experienced the loss of wife and two sons within four months, has the sincere sympathy of all in his hour of bereavement. (8 Feb 1918 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       At Scotch Line on Sept. 12th, Beatrice Agnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Noonan, aged 5 months. (24 Dec 1920 pg 4)

 

NOONAN                       On Wednesday Dec. 15th, the Angel of Death quietly entered and took to its eternal reward the soul of Katherine Freeman, beloved wife of P.J. Noonan, of the 9th line of Bathurst.  Deceased had been in failing health for some months but with loving and kind care and nursing had partly regained her strength and ? homes were cherished that she would soon be well again but death came very suddenly, caused by heart failure.  Mrs. Noonan was forty-six years of age being the daughter of James Freeman and Ellen Hunt, and had lived on the old homestead where she died all her life.  In January 1901 she became the wife of P.J. Noonan and to them were born a family of seven children five of whom died in infancy.  Two children, Eleanor and Urbane, with their father are left to mourn the loss of a loving and devoted wife and mother.  One brother P.J. Freeman of Detroit, and one sister Mrs. M. McCoy, of Westport, are the only remaining members of the family.  Two sisters Mary and Mina are dead.  Mrs. Noonan will be much missed by her many friends and neighbors possessing as she did a loving and charitable disposition and a kindly word and smile for everyone.  She had ever taken an active part in all sociable and charitable undertakings and all with whom she came in contact felt the influence of her truly Christian spirit.  The funeral which was held on Friday morning to St. John’s church Perth, was a very large one and showed the esteem in which she was held.  A Solemn Requiem Mass was chanted by Rev. Father Hogan, P.P., and the remains placed in the vault of St. John’s cemetery.  Spiritual offerings were received from Miss S. Powers, Mr. and Mrs. C. Doyle, Mrs. P. Ryan, Mrs. M. Bowes and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Pennett, Mrs. P.J. Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lee, Miss Eleanor and Urbane Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Noonan, Mr. John Manion, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Noonan, Mr. P.J. Noonan, Miss Jane Noonan and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Manion, Mr. and Mrs. McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bowes, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nagle, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Fagan, Mr. Bernard McGowan and Mr. Bernard McCann, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pennett, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pennett, Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Yack, Mr. and Mrs. John Pennett, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Pennett. (24 Dec 1920 pg 8)

 

NOONAN                       For years a familiar figure on the live stock markets of Toronto and Montreal and widely known and esteemed throughout the Ottawa Valley particularly in Perth and vicinity, death came to Mr. James D. Noonan at his home on Wilson street, West, on Friday afternoon, Dec. 15th.  Deceased had been in failing health for a little over a year.  The late Mr. Noonan was aged 60 years and 9 months and was born in the Township of Bathurst, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Noonan the father having been a prominent farmer and drover and at one time Reeve of Bathurst and Warden of Lanark County.  Deceased in his business career was a drover and in later years was in partnership with his brother John in the droving and butcher business which some time ago was sold to two sons of the deceased, Messrs. James and John, who continue under the arm name of Noonan Bros.  Surviving are his wife, six sons, Messrs. John, James, Wilfrid, Laurence, Harold, Howard, two daughters Carmel and Mrs. Frank Real; Ottawa, three brothers, Messrs. John of Perth, William of Balderson and Richard T. of Stanleyville and one sister Mrs. Wm. Dewitt of Dewitt’s Corners.  The funeral was held on Monday morning to St. John’s Church were Rev. Dean Hogan officiated and thence to the R.C. cemetery and was largely attended.  The six sons of the deceased were the pallbearers.  Those at the funeral from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Real and children, Mr. James Brankin, Ottawa; Mr. Peter Noonan, Pakenham; Miss Montgomery, Smiths Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McDonagh and Mr. John McDonagh of Montreal.  The flowers consisted of a pillow from the family and a spray from Miss Montgomery.  The spiritual offerings were as follows:  Mrs. James Noonan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Noonan, jr., Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Real, Mr. and Mrs. John Noonan (High Mass), Mr. and Richard Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McDonagh, William and Margaret McDonagh, Montreal, Miss Mary Nagle, Miss Carrie Nagle, Mrs. M. Nagle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Mulville, Westport, Mr. and Mrs. F.K. Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Brankin, Ottawa, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. George Noonan, Pakenham, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Badour, Montreal, Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Noonan, Christy Lake, Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Noonan, Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Mrs. Hogan and Ann, Mr. and Mrs. P. Furlong, Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Williams, Ladies’ Auxillary, Mrs. Cuddihy, Mrs. Roger, Mrs. Desmond, Mrs. Monahan, Mrs. Demers (Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Tom McDonagh, Montreal) Members of Eucharistic Weeks’ Association for 1520 Masses, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Mr. and Mrs. James McDonagh, Mr. and Mrs. John Mackler, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Conway, Messrs. Dan and Frank Horan, Mr. and Mrs. T. Horan, Miss Irene Spence, Mr. and Mrs. C.P. Doyle, Mrs. F.L. Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. John Spence, (twice), Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nagle, Mr. William Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. T. Tovey, Mr. and Mrs. R. Tovey, Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Consitt and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. O’Donnell, Lanark, Mr. and Mrs. John Brady, Mr. and Mrs. R. Byrnes, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hollinger, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Closs, Lanark, Mr. and Mrs. H. Shirley, Mrs. P. Kane and family, Mr. and Mrs. F. Publow, Mrs. J. Larkins, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith. (22 Dec 1922 pg 7)

 

NOONAN                       At Perth on Saturday, Oct. 6th, Mrs. H.T. Noonan, aged 42 years. (12 Oct 1917 pg 4)

 

NOONAN                       Mrs. H. T. Noonan died very unexpectedly on Saturday morning last about 8 o’clock, at her home in town, from heart failure, at the age of 42 years.  Deceased had not been in good health for some time previous but had regained her former health, and her demise came as a shock to all.  Deceased’s maiden name was Lillian Morrison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Morrison, Mill street, and she was married in 1898 to Mr. Harry Noonan, and had resided in town during her life time.  To them a family of five sons and one daughter was born, all of whom remain to mourn the loss of a kind and affectionate mother.  The boys are:  Edwin, McPhall, Lawrence, Bert and the infant son, Elmer.  One daughter, Frances.  Mrs. Noonan was a woman devoted to her home and family, and her musical attainments were brought to good use in officiating at many entertainments and she will be greatly missed in this capacity.  Her sorrowing husband and family have the sincere regret of a host of friends.  The funeral was held from her late home on Drummond street to St. John’s church Monday morning at 9 o’clock and was attended by many, gathered to pay a last tribute to the memory of deceased.  The service was particularly impressive, Solemn Requiem Mass being sung by Rev. Father Hogan.  The remains were interred in St. John’s cemetery.  Those from a distance at the funeral were: Mrs. Wm. Savage, Buffalo, N.Y.; H. Savage, Ottawa; William Savage, Cobourg; Mrs. George O’Reilly, Ottawa; Mrs. P.Noonan and Miss Mary, Pakenham; James A. Noonan, and Wilfred Noonan, Montreal; Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Miller, Brockville; Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Lee, Smiths Falls.  Spiritual offerings were from: Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Donnelly, Mr. and Mrs. T. Taulty, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Lee, Mr. and Wm. Brady, Mr. and Mrs. John Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Maloney, Misses Ethel and Anna Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Morrison, Mrs. Theresa Ryan and Miss Williams, Mrs. Anna Lee, Buffalo; Mrs. G.D. Marsh, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. T. Hogan, Miss Mary Griffin, Mrs. P. Spence, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kane and family; Ladies’ Auxillary, Mr. and Mrs. T. Brady, Wm. Savage, Cobourg; Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. A. Vallely, Mr. and Mrs. E. Young, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Noonan, Montreal; Mrs. Chas. Mackay, Mr. and Mrs. L. Morrison, Misses Mary and Agnes Smith, Mrs. H. Kehoe, Mr. John Lee, Miss Gertrude Lee, Mrs. A.C. Miller, Brockville; Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Conway, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cannon?, Kingston; the Misses Olefir?, Kingston; Mrs. And Miss McKian?, Ottawa; Mr. and Mrs. T. McGowan, Mrs. R. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. George Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Lee, Smiths Falls; Mrs. George O’Reilly, Ottawa; Mr. and Mrs. P. O’Neil, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Savage, Buffalo; Thos. And Ellen Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. G. Williams, Miss K. Smith, Mrs. And Miss Sutherland, Mrs. A. Cameron, sr., Mrs. Wm. Publow, Mr. and Mrs. H. Savage, Mr. and Mrs. D. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. P. Noonan, Pakenham; Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Consitt, Fanny and Fred Savage, Mr. and Mrs. John Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. G. Noonan, Wilfred Noonan, Montreal; Miss Mary Noonan, Pakenham, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lee, Belleville.  Spiritual bouquet from the pupils of the fourth room of St. John’s school, and Precious Blood convent, Toronto. (12 Oct 1917 pg 8)

 

NOONAN                       An old resident of the town, Mrs. Peter D. Noonan, died at her residence in Chicago on New Year Day.  Deceased was a daughter of the late Mr. James Conlon, who kept a blacksmith shop at Glen Tay, and whose son James operates the same business there now.  Her husband, Mr. P.D. Noonan, along with Mr. Peter McGary, kept stores in Perth many years ago, and whose death some time since was chronicled in these columns.  The family yet surviving, as far as we are aware, are Mrs. B. Boyle, Chicago, Mrs. James Conlon, Glen Tay; Mrs. B. Dixon, Almonte, and Mrs. Susan Conlon, town.  The remains were buried in Chicago.  Deceased was a woman of character, and was a member of the Roman Catholic Church. (8 Jan 1915 pg 6)

 

NOONAN                       PERTH 25 YEARS AGO – DIED – Vernon, 7 years, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Noonan, Bathrust. (3 Oct 1924 pg 3)

 

NOONAN                       Word was received Wednesday morning by Mr. D.R. Noonan from the Bishop of Winona, Minn., stating that his brother William had died over a year ago.  Deceased was 67 years old and left Perth in 1866?.  He was the son of the late James Noonan of Bathurst.  By occupation he was a carpenter and builder and his last work before leaving Perth was the erection of the church at Stanleyville the summer before.  A wife and a son and daughter survive.  His wife had written at the time of her husband’s death but the letter never reached its destination. (2 Feb 1906 pg 8)

 

NOONAN                       PERTH MAN’S BROTHER PASSES IN CALGARY – Word was received here this week by Herbert Noonan, that his brother, Daniel Noonan, had died unexpectedly in Calgary. (12 Nov 1953 pg 12)

 

NOONAN                       MOURN PASSING OF GEORGE A. NOONAN – Entered into rest on June 13th after a short illness in The Great War Memorial Hospital, Perth, George A. Noonan, beloved husband of the late Sarah Jane deWitt, in his 87th year.  Born of the late James Noonan and Anne Kehoe on Jan. 27th, 1866, at Christy’s Lake, where he resided all his life.  A devout Roman Catholic, he attended St. Vincent de Paul Church, Bathurst, where he and Sarah (Mrs. Noonan) were the second couple married in that church.  In his passing Christy Lake lost one of their most beloved and well known citizens.  His cheerful disposition and good sense of humour made him highly respected by all who knew him.  He is survived by four sons, Orville, Perth; Everett, Edmonton; Harold, Toronto, Wilbur at home; two daughters, Mary (Mrs. S.J. LaFond), Montreal; Isobel (Mrs. E.F. Brooks), Toronto; his lifelong companion Omelia Rancier; 23 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.  The funeral mass was chanted by Rev. Father Meagher at St. Vincent de Paul Church, Bathurst, on June 16th? (or 15th)  The pallbearers were five grandsons, Harold, Joe, and Wilfred Noonan, Terry and D’Arcy Brooks and one grand-nephew Brian Noonan.  The many spiritual, floral and other expressions of sympathy received testified to the high esteem in which George Noonan was held.  Also the many out-of-town friends and relatives attending the funeral, came from Toronto, Ottawa, Detroit, Port Huron, Montreal, Pakenham and Sarnia. (9 Jul 1953 pg 11)

 

NOONAN                       PERTH 10 YEARS AGO – NOONAN – At the GWM Hospital, on May 29, Michael Noonan of Bathurst, aged 66 years. (7 Jun 1951 pg 2)

 

NOONAN                       A bright and promising young life was cut off on Monday morning, when the soul of Miss Jennie Noonan took its flight, and set ajar the portal that leads front this world to the unseen one.  The cause of death was spinal meningitis.  The deceased young lady came home a little over a week ago from Deux Rivieres, near Pembroke, where she was teaching school, and gradually her young life went out, the spark being extinguished on Monday.  She was the second daughter of Mr. Thomas Noonan, North Street, and was in her twenty-fourth year.  She attended the Separate School, and passed in succession through the Collegiate Institute and County Model School.  She then taught school at Petawawa and Alice.  Last summer she graduated from the Ottawa Normal School, and took charge of her school at Deux Rivieres at the first of the fall school term.  Miss Noonan was very successful as a teacher, and kind to her pupils, who were endeared to her.  She was a social favorite with all her larg circle of friends in town, who were attracted to her by her inestimable qualities.  Mrs. Noonan and her family have the sympathy of all in their sudden sorrow.  Mr. John Noonan, of Noonan & Horan, is a brother, and Miss Tessie, a teacher at Mackey’s Station is a sister.  The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon to St. John’s Church, where service was held.  Interment was in the Catholic Cemetery.  The funeral was very largely attended, over a hundred young men walking.  The pallbearers were all cousins of deceased, and were Messrs Daniel, George, William, of Bathurst; Peter, William, of Balderson;  and John Noonan. (19 Dec 1902 pg 6)

 

NOONAN                       At the residence of her mother, Mrs. Thomas Noonan, North Street, on Monday, December 15, Miss Jennie Noonan, aged 24 years. (19 Dec 1902 pg 4)

 

NOONAN                       At Pakenham, on Friday, Jan 24th, 1902, Daniel V. Noonan, formerly of Perth,age 10 years. (31 Jan 1902 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       VERNA NOONAN – It was with great surprise and sorrow when the news of the death of Verna, the seven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Noonan, Christie’s Lake, was made known.  She took sick with inflammation on Thursday, Sept. 21st, and after a few day’s illness her spirit passed peacefully away on the following Tuesday.  Her funeral which took place on Thursday to the R.C. Cemetery was largely attended by friends and acquaintances.  The parents have the deep felt sympathy of the community in their sad bereavement. (13 Oct 1899 pg 8)

 

NOONAN                       The following is from the Regina Leader: Miss Katherine Louise Noonan, a resident of Regina for the past sixteen years, died at the home of her sister, Mrs. F.E. Peterkin, 3626 Eighteenth avenue, Saturday evening, March 27th after an illness of nearly a year.  Miss Noonan was taken sick while on a visit to Victoria, B.C.  After spending some months in a hospital there she was brought to Regina where she gradually declined until the end.  A native of Perth, Ontario, Miss Noonan was the daughter of Thomas and Mary Manion Noonan, both members of pioneer families in Lanark County.  After the death of her father the family moved to Montreal where they remained for several years before coming to Regina.  Shortly after their arrival in the West, Mrs. Noonan died.  Miss Noonan took her mother’s place and kept house for her brothers and sisters until they married, since which time she had made her home with Mrs. Peterkin.  Miss Noonan is survived by two brothers John E. and George, both of Regina, and four sisters, Mrs. T. Taulty and Mrs. C.W. Powell, Winnipeg; Mrs. L.W. Brady, Lancaster, Ont., and Mrs. Peterkin, Regina. (9 Apr 1926 pg 8)

 

NOONAN                       DEATH OF MARY E. NOONAN – At 6 o’clock on Tuesday morning last death claimed another victim in the person of Mary E., eldest daughter of our esteemed friend, Mr. Peter Noonan, of the 9th line Bathurst.  The deceased, who was in her thirtieth year, was a young lady of most amiable disposition, and was but a few days ago, apparently, in the best of health, but early on Sunday morning she was seized with rheumatism of the heart, from which she never rallied?  The funeral, which took place to St. John’s Church, Perth, on Wednesday afternoon, was one of the largest ever seen on the streets of Perth, bearing testimony to the love borne her by her large circle of friends and acquaintances.  The deceased young lady was eldest sister of Mr. J.T. Noonan, Principal of the Brockville Separate School. (5 Jul 1895 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       PERTH 25 YEARS AGO – Deaths – Vernon, 7 years, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Noonan, Bathurst. (3 Oct 1924 pg 3)

 

NOONAN                       HARPER – We are sorry to learn of the death of Miss Mary Ellen Noonan, which occurred on Tuesday, the 2nd.  Deceased was a daughter of Mr. Noonan who lives on the 9th line.  The parents have the sympathy of the community. (5 Jul 1895 pg 1)

 

NOONAN                       DIED AT BELLEVILLE – On Friday last Miss Teresa Mary, daughter of Mr. Peter Noonan, Bathurst, died of typhoid fever, at the Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Belleville, at the age of fourteen years.  The body was brought home on Saturday for burial in the Catholic cemetery here.  Deceased was a sister of Mr. T.D. Noonan,  Principal of the Brockville Separate School, who came up to the funeral. (29 Jun 1894 pg 4)

 

NOONAN                       At Perth, on Thursday, Nov. 16th, 1893, Mr. James Noonan, age 67. (24 Nov 1893 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       THE LATE MR. JAMES NOONAN – The funeral of the late Mr. James Noonan took place on Saturday afternoon to the Catholic cemetery, and was attended not only by a large number of the people of Perth, but by a long following of friends in vehicles from the neighborhood of his former residence in Bathurst.  The funeral obsequies were conducted by Rev. Father Duffus, of St. John’s Church.  Six of the sons of deceased were his pall-bearers at the funeral; Denis, Peter, George, James, John, and Henry.  The two last came from Michigan to attend the funeral.  Mr. Noonan leaves a wife and ten children, six sons and four daughters, three of the latter residing in Michigan, and one Mrs. Daniel McGowan, on the Scotch Line.  Mr. Noonan’s father was a native of Ireland, and his mother was a Miss Lavergne, of French descent.  He was sixty seven years of age, having been born on the 4th line of Bathurst in 1826.  As we intimated last week, he was a man whose faults were few and virtues many. (24 Nov 1893 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       OBIT – We regret to have to record the death of Mr. James Noonan, of this town, which took place somewhat unexpectedly on Thursday morning.  About a month ago Mr. Noonan had a knee dislocated, and was confined to bed during the healing.  He had been troubled for something similar to asthma, but being a strong, healthy man, no serious results were entertained, so that his death was a surprise.  Mr. Noonan was born in Bathurst, and lived until a few years ago on the homestead farm at Christie’s Lake when he removed? To town.  He was a genial, whole-souled man, with the respect of the community.  His age was between sixty and sixty five years.  He was a Roman Catholic and a staunch Reformer always. (17 Nov 1893 pg 1)

 

NOONAN                       DIED IN CHICAGO – Mr. Peter D. Noonan, once of this county, died in the city of Chicago, on Friday 18th Sept. of a paralytic stroke, at the age of 50 years.  Deceased was born in Bathurst township and was a brother of Mr. James Noonan, Christie’s Lake.  He carried on the mercantile business in Perth for a few years in company with Mr. Peter McGarry, but gave it up about twelve years ago, and went to Chicago.  He married  a daughter of Mr. James Conlon, Glen Tay, and she, with several children, survive him.  His many old friends here heard of his death with sorrow (2 Oct 1891 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       FATAL ACCIDENT – It becomes our painful duty to record the particulars of a dreadful accident which happened to a young lady named Amelia Noonan, daughter of Mr. Denis Noonan, a respectable farmer living in the Township of Bathurst, about six miles from Perth.  On Monday evening last, Miss Noonan left town for home, in company with another young woman, and being offered seats in two lumber wagons which were going their way, they each accepted the offer and proceeded homewards by this convoyance.  Miss Noonan was seated in the first wagon, between the driver and a man named Thomas Leonard, who it appears was at the time under the influence of liquor, while her companion was riding in the next one.  The accident, by all accounts appears to have been caused in this wise.  When the parties had nearly arrived at their destination, Leonard commenced taking improper liberties with the young woman, which she resisted as well as her situation would permit, and seeing this her companion called upon her to come to the wagon in which she was seated instead of the one she was then riding on.  On requesting the driver, a man named Barber, to allow her to do this he slackened the pace of his team, but before the horses could be stopped, Miss Noonan frightened by the brutal actions of Leonard, jumped from the wagon, dragging Leonard with her, when sad to relate, the heavy hind wheel of the wagon glancing from his shoulder, struck her on the forehead, killing her instantly.  Dr. Nichol was at once sent for, but of course nothing could be done for the poor girl.  The feeling of the parents of the unfortunate young lade can be imagined when the news of the dreadful affair came to their ears, and the lifeless remains were carried home.  The sad event cast quite a gloom over the neighbourhood as Miss Noonan was much respected and generally beloved by all who knew her.  She was but 20 years of age at the time of her premature death. (22 Sep 1865 pg 2)

 

NOONAN                       THE DEATH OF MISS NOONAN – We have been informed by several parties that there was a mistake in the account of the manner in which the late Miss Noonan came to her death, which was published in last week’s Courier.  We made very particular enquiries about the manner previous to publishing the account in question, but as everybody had a different story to tell, and as no official investigation had taken place, we were obliged to take the story from the best authorities we could get at the time.  Even yet we do not know the exact truth of the matter, as no sworn deposition has been published by any person who witnessed the deplorable event, but as we have been requested to make a correction in our account of it, we cheerfully do so, on the authority of a member of the young lady’s family.  When Barber tried to stop his horses in order to let Miss Noonan off the wagon, they jumped forward and Leonard fell from his seat.  In trying to balance himself he grasped Miss Noonan by the arm and dragged her to the ground with him.  The wagon wheel then rolled over his shoulder, striking the unfortunate young lady on the head, and killing her instantly, as stated.  It is reported that a hotel keeper, from whose place Leonard started home, says that he was quite sober at the time, but as no hotel keeper has made such a statement in our presence, we cannot vouch for its truth, and publish it merely because some of the Leonard’s friends appear desirous of attaching importance to his state of sobriety at the time.  However that may be, it does not alter the amount of praise of blame to be attached to his conduct in the unhappy occurrence, because drunkenness being a voluntary act, a man is justly held responsible both legally and morally for what he does whilst in the state as if he were sober.  It does not appear that any direct blame can be attached to Leonard, as causing the death of Miss Noonan, but public opinion will attach a certain amount of moral responsibility to his conduct in rendering it necessary for her to leave the wagon, in the attempt to do which she lost her life, because it is to be presumed that if he had not annoyed her she would not have desired to leave the wagon, and consequently would have reached her home in safety.  Some of Leonard’s friends appear to be in a state of violent excitement about the matter, not because death has been suddenly brought into a happy family in a dreadful manner, or because a fine young woman has been stricken down in the pride of youth and health, but because there was a mistake in the account of the accident, which was published in last week’s Courier.  The cause of their trouble we must say is not creditable to their humanity.  We endeavoured by every means in our power to gain true account of it, and if a mistake occurred, it was without any intention on our part of doing injustice to anyone.  We have no interest in publishing anything but the truth, and as the statements we now publish, proves we were not materially wrong? Last week.  If they still feel aggrieved, they should have the matter investigated before the Coroner, and then have the sworn statements of the parties who witnessed the occurrence, given to the public.  Any other statements cannot be relied on as strictly correct, and Mr. Leonard’s friends must excuse us for declining to publish their consensical? Vaporings? about it. We are requested to state in connection with this melancholy occurrence, that no blame whatever can be attached to the teamster Barber, who is very respectable and steady young man. (29 Sep 1865 pg oops forgot)

 

NOONAN - LEONARD      APOLOGY – I hereby beg to state that the letter I caused to be published in the Perth Courier of October 20th, was untrue, and that on the unfortunate occasion alluded to in said letter, I did, in some degree, misbehave towards Miss Noonan, but had no intention of causing serious consequences, and now express deep conitition? Ofr the lamentable accident, caused, perhaps, by the fully? of the moment. THOMAS LEONARD, Bathurst, November 1st, 1865. (3 Nov 1865 pg 3)

 

NOONAN                       JOHN D. NOONAN VETERAN PRINTER VISITS IN EAST – Last month, J.D. Noonan, a veteran among Canadian prairie printers, retired as a member of the Regina Leader-Post composing room? Staff, and he and Mrs. Noonan are now on a visiting tour in Ontario and New York State.  Following a visit with his brother, George J. Noonan and Mrs. Noonan, Victoria street, Perth they left last Monday for Utica, N.Y.  A third generation Irish Canadian, Mr. Noonan was born in Perth, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Noonan, his father having been in the farm implement business and was chief of the Perth Fire Brigade over a long period.  After his education in the Separate School and Collegiate Institute he was apprenticed to the printing trade in the plant of the Perth Star, weekly newspaper, edited and published by the late John M. Poole.  He followed his trade in Utica, N.Y., and in 1903 accepted a position on the Regina Leader-Post.  On the occasion of his retirement, he was the recipient of a presentation from the Regina Typographical Union.  He took an early interest in union affairs and helped in the union’s organization, afterwards serving as president and held other offices.  Members of Mr. Noonan’s family have followed in his footsteps, and three sons, Frank, Gerald and Walter, are also printers and were at one time all employed on the Leader-Post.  Frank is now at the Pacific coast, Gerald, who served overseas with the Regina Rifles, has been invalided home, and Walter is overseas with the air force.  Another son Wilfred, is also overseas with the air force, while another member of the family is E.? D. Noonan, K.C., well known Regina barrister. (7 Dec 1944 pg 1)

 

NOONAN                       MRS. J. RICHARD NOONAN – Mrs. J. Richard Noonan, 22, 23 Kenyon Ct., died in the Utica, N.Y., Memorial hospital, Sept 13, 1942, after a short illness.  Helen Barrett was born in Utica, march 21, 1920, daughter of the late James and Mary Kellmurray Barrett.  She attended St. Agnes school, St. Francis de Sales high school and the Excelsior school of business.  In 1940, she married Mr. Noonan, Mrs. Noonan was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes church.  Besides Mr. Noonan, she leaves two daughters, Mary Judith and Helen Barrett; four brothers, William and Lawrence, Utica; Corp Vincent L., New York City, and Pvt. Robert Barrett, Great Britain; a sister, Mrs. Haver? Karlen?, Utica, and several aunts and uncles.  J. Richard Noonan is a son of Edward H. Noonan formerly of Perth, and a grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Noonan. (1 Oct 1942 pg 3)

 

NOONAN                       At the Kingston General hospital, on Monday, Nov. 4, 1940, Lillian Morris, wife of McPhail Noonan, aged 34 years. (8 Nov 1940 pg 4)

 

NOONAN                       LAWRENCE V. NOONAN – It was with sincere regret that his many friends learned of the death of Lawrence Noonan in the Royal Victoria Hospital, in Montreal, on Saturday, April 22, following a lengthy illness.  Deceased was born in Perth on December 12, 1909?, son of the late H.J. Noonan and Lillian Morrison and received his education in Perth Separate School.  Ten years ago he moved to Montreal to enter the employment of the Supertest Petroleum Co., with which he was engaged until death.  The late Mr. Noonan was married on April 1, 1929, to Olive Lee, who, with one daughter, Frances Jean, survives to morurn the loss of a loving husband and father.  He also leaves two brothers, McPhall, of Kingston, and Bertram, of Montreal, and one sister, Fanny, Mrs. G.P. Grooms, Montreal; also one half brother and sister, Patrick and Catherine of Perth.  Deceased was a great lover of sports and athletics, and was a devout Roman Catholic in religion.  His funeral was held from the home of his grandmother, the late Mrs. James Morrison, Miss St., on Tuesday morning, April 25, to St. John’s Church, and was largely attended.  Very Rev. Dean Meagher sang the Requiem High Mass and officiated at the graveside.  The pallbearers were six boyhood friends, John McGlade, Ed. Brady, Howard Noonan, Dan Mitchell, Victor Young and Emmett Foy.  Those from out of town attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. M. Noonan, Kingston; Mrs. Frank Aggett, Montreal; Isabel Morrison, Mary Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Corkery and Miss Galavin, Ottawa.  Floral offerings were received from: Mrs. L. Noonan and Jean; Supertest Petroleum Corp. Ltd.; Larry’s Station friens; Messrs. Frank Trousdale and J. Lalonde, Montreal; Mr. and Mrs. N. Noonan, Kingston; Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Sheridan, Mrs. Watson and Hazel Stewart, Perth.  The following spiritual offerings were received: Mrs. L. Noonan and Jean, Mr. and Mrs. G. Grooms (2); Mr. Bert Noonan; Mr. and Mrs. P. Lynch (2); Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brady; Mr. and Mrs. P. Brady and Charlie; Mr. and Mrs. W. Foley; Mr. and Mrs. R. McMillan; Mrs. E. Letang and family; Mrs. DeWitt and family; Mr. and Mrs. M. Bennett, Montreal; Mr. and Mrs. R?. McDougall, Belleville; Mary Noonan; Isabel Morrison; Mr. and Mrs. D. Corkery, Ottawa; Fred Doyle, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. L. Savage, Brockville; Mrs. Mary Sheriday (2); Mary and Clara Morrison; Mr. and Mrs. L. Morrison (2); Mrs. Jane Lee; Mrs. Geo. Kerr and family; Mrs. Wm. Nagle and family; Margaret McCann; Mr. Peter Noonan; Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Smith and Mary; Miss Maggie Kehoe; Mr. and Mrs. Dan. Lee, Courthouse; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. S. Haughlan; Mr. and Mrs. John Pennett; Mr. and Mrs. J. Courtney; Mrs. D. Lee and Mrs. Quigley; Mr. and Mrs. J. Henrietta; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sheridan and family; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brady; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Horan; Mrs. Olive Pennett; Mr. and Mrs. F. McParland; Frank McGlade; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Noonan; Mr. Dan Bowes; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Noonan and Kathleen; Mr. and Mrs. H. Sahaw; McCann family and Annie McGowan; Miss Harriett Brown; Miss Winnifred Sheedy; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brady (2); Mr. and Mrs. Syl. O’Donnell; Mr. Dan A. Mitchell; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hogan and family; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Young; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Williams; Mrs. Catherine Nagle and Mary; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson; Mrs. Damon and daughters; the Griffin family; Mrs. Daniel Mitchell and Marie; Mr. and Mrs. Herb. Noonan; Mr. Geo Williams and daughters; Mrs. Annie Brankin; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lee; John and Joe McGlade; Mrs. Richard Byrne; Mrs. Hazel Noonan and family; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lee; Miss Jessie Keays; Mr. and Mrs. John McGlade; Mrs. F.A. Lambert and family; Mrs. A. McGlade and family; Mrs. B.E. Lee and family; Mrs. Thomas Mitchell and Fronzie?; Ena? Mackler and Alice Grooms, Motnreal; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Davis, Elmsley. (5 May 1939 pg 9)

 

NOONAN                       MRS. P.J. NOONAN – Large attendance marked the funeral last Saturday morning of Mrs. Peter J. Noonan, whose death early last Thursday morning caused deep and widespread regret, Mrs. Noonan succumbed to a heart ailment following an illness of long standing.  The service at St. John’s Roman Catholic Church, of which she was a member was conducted by Rev. Dean M. Meagher, with Msgr. Kiernan of Arnprior. And Rev. Father Aherne in the Sanctuary.  Burial took place in the church cemetery.  The large number of flowers and spiritual offerings attested to the high regard in which her many friends held her.  The pallbearers were Lawrence Kirkpatrick, Anthony Quinn, Wilbur? Noonan, P.J. Murphy, Arnprior, and Wm. Jordan, Packenham.  Mrs. Noonan, the former Margaret Mary McGowan, was born in Bathurst Township, 76 years ago, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William McGowan.  Her marriage to Peter Joseph Noonan took place 64 years ago.  They celebrated their golden wedding here on August 27, 1933, when they received the congratulations and felicitations of a host of friends.  Besides her husband, she is survived by five sons, William J. of Arnprior; George J., Pakenham; Peter H?., Fort William; Harry T. and Dr. J.F., of Perth, and three daughters, Mrs. James J. Honey?, of Fort William; Mrs. Francis Leo Costello, of Cobalt, Ont., and Miss K. Bernice of Perth.  At the funeral were many friends from all parts of this district as well as from the northern part of Lanark, deceased having lived in Pakenham for 33 years, from 1903 to 1936, since which time she has lived in Perth.  The attendants included her friends and relatives from Arnprior, Ottawa, Montreal, Pakenham, Detroit, and many other points. (25 Jun 1937 pg 8)

 

NOONAN                       James Thomas Noonan, formerly well known in scholastic circles in the Ottawa district, and resident of Ottawa for many years died at Ottawa on Wednesday after an illness of several months.  He was in his 75th year.  Born at Perth, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Noonan, he received his education at Perth schools and Collegiate, and later attended Queen’s University.  For 25 years he was principal of the separate schools at Perth and at Brockville, and in this capacity earned the respect of all with whom he came in contact.  Some years ago he came to Ottawa, and for a period of 18 years was general manager of the Northern Life Insurance Company here.  He retired five years ago due to failing health.  Attending St. Joseph’s church Mr. Noonan was highly respected among the members of the parish and his passing will be regretted by many friends, in business, educational and social circles throughout the district.  Surviving him besides his widow are one daughter, Miss Frances Noonan, at home, and one son, Joseph P. Noonan, barrister of Miniwaki, Que.; four brothers, John, William, George, and Michael, and four sisters, the Misses Emily, Margaret, Matilda and Jane Noonan, all of Perth.  The funeral will be held on Friday morning at 7:30 o’clock from the Whelan Funeral Home, 515 Cooper street, to St. Joseph’s church for requiem high mass at eight o’clock.  Interment will be in Notre Dame Cemetery – Citizen. (4 Jan 1935 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       There passed away to her eternal reward, on Wednesday, April 19th, after a long illness of over three years, Mrs. Dennis J. Noonan, widow of the late Dennis J. Noonan, formerly of Bathurst.  She was a daughter of the late Daniel Lee and Ann McGowan, of Bathurst; and was seventy five years of age.  Fifty seven years ago she was married to Dennis J. Noonan and to this union were born seven sons and eight daughters.  Mrs. Ed. Mooney, Huntington, N.Y.; Mrs. John R. Dewitt, Montreal; Mrs. Daniel Brady, Mrs. Thos. Brady and Mrs. Wm. Brady, all of 3rd Line of Bathurst; Mrs. Phillip Eagen, Cornwall; Mrs. Dennis Corkery, Ottawa; Messrs Daniel and Dennis Noonan, Cadogan, Alberta; Mr. Lawrence Noonan, London, Ont.; Mr. Wm. Noonan, Oshawa; Mr. Herbert J. Noonan, Perth, and Mr. Bernard Noonan, New York.  Theresa and Boyd died in infancy.  She is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Charles Mackey of Perth and two brothers Mr. Daniel Lee of Perth and Mr. John Lee of Vancouver, also by one hundred grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.  The late Mrs. Noonan was of a kind and cheerful disposition ever ready to assist those in sickness of trouble and was held in high esteem by a wide circle of friends, which was testified by the large number of spiritual and floral offerings received.  The funeral was held on Friday morning from the residence of her son in law, Mr. Daniel Brady, 3rd Line Bathurst to St. John’s Church, Perth, where requiem high mass was sung by Rev. Father Gavin and interment was made in St. John’s Cemetery.  The pallbearers were Messrs. John Noonan, Geo. Noonan, Dr. Frank Noonan, Daniel Mackey, John Brady and Thos. Traynor. (28 Apr 1933 pg 9)

 

NOONAN                       At her late residence, 37 Cockburn St., Perth, Ontario, on Sunday, January 19, 1958, Anastasia Hogan, beloved wife of Herbert J. Noonan in her 63rd year. (2 Feb 1983 pg 11, found under Perth - 25 years ago)

 

NOONAN                       At Four Winds Private Hospital, Perth, on Wednesday December 25th, 1974, Herbert J. Noonan, husband of the late Anastasia Hogan, in his 80th year. (2 Jan 1975 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       MRS. HERBERT NOONAN – The death occurred January 19, of Mrs. Herbert Noonan at the age of sixty-two years.  Although in failing health for some time her sudden death was a shock to many friends and acquaintances.  Deceased was the former Anastasia Hogan, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hogan of Perth.  Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Roy Waite) Margaret) of Timmins, Ont.; Mrs. George King (Frances) of Perth, Ont.; Mrs. Gordon Whately (Olive) of Toronto, Ont.; Mrs. Cecil Blair (Marie) of Moncton, N.B., and one son, Dennis of Valleyfield, Que.  Also three brothers, Thomas and Leo of Perth and John D. of Smiths Falls; and two sisters, Mrs. Merton Dockrill of Smiths Falls and Mrs. Mac. J. Hogan of Perth.  The funeral took place from Blair’s Funeral Home to St. John’s Roman Catholic Church, where requiem mass was celebrated by the Rev. H.J. Farrell and Rev. Thos. Brady in the sanctuary.  The burial took place at St. John’s Cemetery, Wednesday, January 22.  The pallbearers were Carl Hogan, Melville Hogan, Hubert Hogan, Lawrence Brady, Arnold Brady, Patrick Brady.  Friends from a distance attending the funeral were from Oshawa, London, Ottawa, Kingston and Smiths Falls.  Many spiritual offerings and floral tributes were received showing the high esteem in which deceased was held by her many friends. (30 Jan 1958 pg 8)

 

NOONAN                       At Brockville, on Saturday, March 30th, James Noonan sr., on Bathurst, aged 85 years. (5 Apr 1918 pg 8)

 

NOONAN                       One of this district’s well known and highly respected men passed to the beyond on Saturday evening last about 6 o’clock, in the person of Mr. James Noonan, sr. of Bathurst, at the age of eighty-five years.  He was a man of wide acquanintance and in his passing a familiar figure in Bathurst township’s municipal affairs, and one of the township’s ablest councellors for many years, departs after a life of particular usefulness to his fellowman.  The late Mr. Noonan was well versed in all questions of the day locally and otherwise, and was always relied upon to give clear and trustworthy judgement, particularily in the office of reeve and deputy reeve of Bathurst, and as Warden of the County in 1888. From 1866 to 1889 he was closely allied with the municipal offices of the township, and is the last member of the Counties Council of Lanark and Renfrew, which convened at Perth during 1866.  For fifty years the late Mr. Noonan was a prominent stock buyer and farmer in this district.  Of late years he had lived a retired life.  He was born in Bathurst on the Noonan homestead, where he spent all of his life, being the son of the late James Noonan and Jane Rudsdale.  Fifty-eight years ago he was united in marriage with Margaret Hogan, daughter of the late Daniel Hogan, who predeceased him three years ago.  To them a family of seven sons and four daughters was born.  The sons living are: John, James, Richard and William, all of this district, and those deceased are: Peter, Daniel and one who died in infancy.  Mrs. Wm. DeWitt, Bathurst, is the only surviving daughter, the others deceased are: Mrs. Geo. Badour, Montreal, Jane Ann and Margaret.  One brother of deceased, George of California, and one sister, Mrs. Edward Leo, of Buffalo, survive.  The funeral took place from the residence of deceased’s son, Mr. John Noonan, Wilson street, Tuesday morning at 8:30 to St. John’s church where Solemn Requiem mass was sung by Rev. Father Hogan, thence to St. John’s cemetery vault.  The funeral was very largely attended.  The pallbearers were the four sons, John, James, Richard and William, and Wm. DeWitt and Timothy Horan. (5 Apr 1918 pg 8)

 

NOONAN                       THE DEATH OF MR. PETER L. NOONAN – Many residents of Perth and vicinity were deeply saddened and grieved when it was learned that Mr. Peter L. Noonan had passed away at his home on Peter street on Thursday, July 4th, after a brief illness of three weeks, and although there were hopes of his recovery early last week, it later became apparent that he could not recover.  Deceased was sixty years of age, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R. Noonan, his father having been in the blacksmith business in Perth, and later conducted an agency for agricultural implements and vehicles and was chief of the Fire Brigade from 1895? To 1910.  Following his education in his early years his first prominent position was an engineer at the pump house of the Perth Electric Light and Waterworks Co.  He was afterwards employed in the business of his father, who, on retiring from the Agency business, disposed of it to deceased and Mr. Isaac Ferrier, who under the arm? Name of Noonan & Ferrier, conducted it for almost ten years when the arm was dissolved, and deceased became a traveller for the implement manufacturing arm of Massey Harris & Co, Ltd., of Toronto.  Some sixteen yeas ago he entered the employ of Messrs. James and Beld?, later Messrs. James Brothers, to manage their garage and service station on North street, and shortly afterwards was transferred to manage the firms new garage and service station at the corner of Gore and North streets, a position he held up until his final illness which credit to himself and the firm with whom he was held in the utmost confidence, esteem and regard.  His business connections in his earlier years and in the last sixteen years with the general public of Perth and district earned for him and exceptionally wide acquaintanceship and no one was better or more popularly known in this community.  His life was well lived.  He was ever urbane and cheerful, and was never known to manifest any ill-will towards anyone by deed or word of mouth.  He was deeply devoted to his wife, family and grandchildren.  Men of his type are never forgotten.  On June 6th, 1899 he was married by the late Rev. Father C.J. Duffus to Miss Margaret Hogan, daughter of the late Mr. Michael Hogan and Sarah Grogan Hogan, of Bathurst, and they resided in Perth ever since.  Deceased is survived by his widow, on son, Mr. Arthur Noonan, manager of the Revere House for his aunt, Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, two daughters, Mrs. B.A. (Gyneth) Reed, of Detroit, Mich, and Mrs. (Dr.) J. Frank (Ann) Noonan, of Perth, three sisters, Mrs. M. McGuiggan, Mrs. Fred Leitz and Mrs. Lena Mulchy, all of Utica, N.Y., two half sisters, Mrs. T. McCabe, of Utica N.Y. and Mrs. Ed. Young of Perth, and five brothers, Messrs. John Noonan, Regina, Sask; William T. Noonan, of Baudette, Minn., George J. Noonan of Grand Falls, N.B., James Noonan and Edward Noonan of Utica, N.Y.  Hundreds paid their final tribute to deceased by their attendance at the funeral held on Saturday morning from his late residence to St. John’s R.C. Church where Very Rev. Dean M. Meagher, officiated at the solemn High Requiem Mass with Rev. Fathers MacNamara of Barry’s Bay, and O’Hearne of Perth, present in the sanctuary, burial afterwards taking place in the R.C. Cemetery, Rev. Father O’Hearne officiating at the graveside.  The pallbearers were Messrs. F.A. Robertson, E.J. Lambert, J.P. Hogan, Fred Frizell, James Montgomery and Gerald Palmer.  Out of respect for their departed employee all of James Brothers’ places of business were closed for the funeral.  Those from out of town who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. B.A. Reed, of Detroit; Messrs. James Noonan, Edward Noonan, Edward Noonan, jr., Mrs. M. McGuiggan and Mrs. F. Leitz, of Utica, N.Y., Messrs, G.J. Noonan, Donald and George jr., of Grand Falls, N.B., Sister Mary Madeline of Charity and Sister St. Mary Gregory of Congregation Notre Dame of Ottawa, and Rev. Father MacNamara, of Barry’s Bay.  Many messages of sympathy by mail and wire, some 175 spiritual offerings and floral tributes from the following were received:  Pillow, from the family; wreaths from Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Noonan, of Utica, N.Y., Mrs. P.J. Kehoe and Anne Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. George S. James and Allan, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. James and family, the Bachelors’ Club; Gates-n-jar from Fellow Employees of James Brothers; Baskets of Flowers from the Dwyre family, Billy Hagyard; Sprays from Lois Reed, ‘Sonny’ Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. Ev. Hogan, Mr. Evie Doyle, Mrs. D.A. Lee, Lloyd Strong, the Girls at the Revere Hotel, the Staff of Shaw’s Store, Mr. and Mrs. T. Dupris and Teddy, Mrs. Mary Sharpe, Miss McCullough and Miss Rudy James, Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Presby, Miss Alice Thompson and Miss Ada Deyo. (12 Jul 1935 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       Mrs. James Noonan passed away in St. Francis de Sales hospital, Smiths Falls, on Friday, Nov. 12th, in her 76th year.  She had been in poor health all summer and two weeks ago went to the hospital at Smiths Falls, where the close of her life came.  Deceased was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hogan of Bathurst.  Fifty seven years ago she married James Noonan and they resided on the homestead, 3rd line Bathurst, for many years, coming to Perth some twenty five years ago, and residing here since that time.  The late Mrs. Noonan had a wide circle of acquaintances and was a friend to all.  She leaves to mourn her loss, a husband and five sons, John and James of town, Richard and Peter of Burgess, and William of Balderson?, and one daughter, Mrs. Wm. DeWitt of Elliott.  She was predeceased by a son, Daniel accidentally killed at Kemptville, and a daughter, Mrs. Geo. Badour of Montreal.  Deceased is survived by a brother, Michael Hogan, and a sister, Mrs. Patrick Brady, both of Bathurst.  The funeral took place from the residence of her son, John Noonan, Wilson street, on Sunday at 2 p.m. to St. John’s church and cemetery.  A large number of relatives and friends gathered to pay a last tribute to her memory, over one hundred rigs? Being in the funeral cortege.  There were numerous spiritual offerings and the pallbearers were her five sons and son in law, Mr. Wm. DeWitt. (19 Nov 1915 pg 8)

 

NOONAN                       DENNIS J. NOONAN PASSES AWAY – A great concourse of sorrowing friends and acquaintances gathered in Perth on Monday morning of this week to pay a last tribute to one Bathurst’s most prominent and popular native sons, Mr. Dennis J. Noonan, whose death the previous Friday August 7th, was universally regretted.

 

Few men were more widely known in Lanark County and none more highly respected.  His genial Celtic wit, and  humor made him a welcome guest in every circle, while his almost uncanny ability to read human nature made him a leader in his community.  Born in Bathurst in 1853 he received his early education there and on March 13th, 1876, was married to Mary Josephine Lee, of the same place.  For many years he lived on the 4th con. Of Bathurst and later moved to the 3rd line near Elliott.  Always a successful farmer, he combined with this the business of a drover in which his natural shrewdness made for success.  His abilities were recognized by his acquaintances and in 1890 he was elected to Bathurst Township Council and since then the history of Bathurst and of Mr. Noonan’s life have been linked together.

 

He served as Councillor from 1890 to 1894, as Deputy Reeve in 1895 and ’96, as Reeve in 1897 and ’98, and as County Commissioner in 1905, and 1906.  In the latter year he was elected Warden of Lanark County, a position in which he did honor to himself and the municipality he represented.  From 1919 to 1920 he was assessor of the Township filling that difficult position satisfactorily and after moving to Perth served in the same capacity for a year.

 

Municipal affairs was only one of the public enterprises in which he was interested.  In 1903 he was elected to the Board of Directors of the Lanark County Farmers’ Mutual Fire Insurance Co., and had been on the Board ever since, first as director and for the last eleven years as President, a position which he held at the time of his death.  His advice and guidance has been a very material factor in the growth of the Company from a comparatively small organization to one doing business over most of Eastern Ontario.

 

For the last twenty-seven years he had been salesman for the Bathurst Mutual Cheese Factory and for many years has acted as auctioneer on the Perth Cheese Board.  In the latter capacity he pitted his wits against the shrewdest of business men and his ability to handle them resulted in Perth Cheese Board holding an enviable position for high prices among Canadian Boards.

 

For many years he had been connected with the Perth and Christy’s Lake Telephone Association, first as President and in the last six years as Secretary-Treasurer and Manager.

 

In politics Mr. Noonan was a staunch Liberal who lived to participate in a political contest and in religion a faithful member of the Roman Catholic Church.

 

The funeral took place on Monday morning from his late residence, on Drummond street, east, to St. John’s Church where solemn requiem mass was sung by Rev. Father Keeley, of Stanleyville, and interment was made in St. John’s cemetery.

 

The pallbearers were Messrs. H.A. O’Donnell, J.T. Conway, F.A. Robertson, R.J. Byrnes, Geo. Williams and Daniel J. Mitchell, while the honorary pallbearers were the directors and officials of the Lanark County Fire Insurance Company.

 

Beautiful floral tributes were received as follows: From the family, a pillow; from the Perth Cheese Board a wreath; from the Lanark County Insurance Co., a cross; and from the Bathurst Mutual Cheese factory a spray.  Spiritual offerings were made by a wide circle of relatives and friends.

 

His death is the first break in a large and effectionate family circle of which he was the eldest member and he leaves to mourn his loss, his widow and six sons and seven daughters; Dennis and Dan, of Cadogan, Mt.; Lawrence, Granton, Ont.; Wm. J. on the homestead in Bathurst, Herbert in Perth, and Bernard, Huntington, L.I.N.Y.; Annie, Mrs. Mooney, Pakenham; Minnie, Mrs. J. DeWitt, Montreal; Gertrude, Mrs. Dan. Brady, Bathurst; Aggie, Mrs. Thos. Brady, Bathurst; Kathleen, Mrs. Wm. Brady, Bathurst; Madeline, Mrs. Phillip Egan, Carleton Place; and Olive at home, together with seventy-eight grandchildren.

 

He is also survived by five brothers and four sisters; Peter, of Pakenham; James, Detroit; Geo. A., Christy’s Lake; John, Saginaw, Mich.; Harry T., Perth; Mrs. Helen McKittrick, Saginaw, Mich; Mrs. Patrick McKnight, Bay City, Mich.; Mrs. Dan. McGowan, Alberta, and Mrs. Edward Lee, Perth. (14 Aug 1925 pg 2)

 

NOONAN                       DEATH OF DR. W.D. NOONAN – Unusually sad was the sudden and untimely death at Bay City, Mich., on Monday, October 31st, of Dr. William Desmond Noonan, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Noonan, of Burgess Township.  Only the previous Wednesday was Dr. Noonan taken ill with diphtheria at Mercy Hospital and not until Saturday was the nature of his illness considered serious and from then he gradually sank and passed away on Monday, his sister, Mrs. F.C. Conway, of Perth, having arrived at his bed-side a few hours before his death.  Deceased was born in Burgess, receiving his first education there, and then at the Perth Collegiate Institute.  From the Collegiate Institute, he studied medicine at Queen’s University, Kingston, from which he graduated as a doctor last May at the early age of twenty-four years.  He went to Bay City last July as interne in the Mercy Hospital, and in his short experience as a surgeon proved that he was exceptionally well cited for his chosen profession and that there was a bright future ahead of him, death however, cutting off his young and promising life.  Dr. Noonan was of a quiet and likeable disposition and formed a great many close and admiring friends not only in the community where he was born, but during his years at the Collegiate Institute here, at Queen’s in Kingston and recently at Bay City.  Surviving are his sorrowing parents, three brothers, Messrs. Leonard, of White River, Ontario; John, of Ottawa, Albert, of Lowe, Que., and two sisters, Mrs. Frank C. Conway, of Perth, and Mrs. A. Hogan of Ottawa.  The remains arrived in Perth on Tuesday and the funeral was held from the home of his parents to St. Brigid’s Chuch, at Stanleyville, on Wednesday morning, November 2nd, Rev. Father Meagher officiating at the Requiem Mass, burial afterwards taking place in the Stanleyville Cemetery.  The pallbearers were the following six doctors who graduated from Queen’s University with the deceased last May; Dr. R.E. Downey, Dr. R. Stairs, Dr. Strang, Dr. McEvoy, Dr. Guthrie, and Dr. MacFarlann?. Many hundreds showed their keen sympathy for the sorely bereaved relatives by their attendance at the funeral.  Spiritual offerings were received from the following: Mr. and Mrs. W. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. E. Adams, Mary A. Burke, Mr. and Mrs. J. Brankin?, Mr. and Mrs. Byrnes, Mr. and Mrs. E.I. Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Brady, H.J. Bedard, Mr. J. Bedard and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan. Brady, Blanch Coggins, John Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. W. Cordick, Mr. and Mrs. J.V. Coburn, Mr. and Mrs. H. Cooper, T. Collins, Michael Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. F. Conway, Mr. and Mrs. J. Conway, sr., Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Christley, Ursula and Margaret Donnelly, Mr. and Mrs. J. Doyle and Anita, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Donnelly, Dr. Dwyre, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Daly, Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Donnelly, Dr. R.E. Downey, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Donohue, Mr. and Mrs. T. Donnelly, Agnes Farry, M. Farrell and family, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Furlong, C.J. Foy and family, Loretta Gibbons, Joe Gibbons, Mr. and Mrs. F.K. Hope, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. T. Horan, J.F. Horan, M. and R. Manion?, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Hogan, D.J. Hudson, G. Hudson, Mrs. M. Hogan and Anna, Dr. and Mrs. W. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hanlon, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hogan, R. and I?. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. J. Irvin, T. Irvin, Mrs. Jarbeau, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe, Dorothy Kehoe, Mr. and Mrs. G. Killeen, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Killeen, Mrs. E. Kane and John, Rev. J.J. Keeley, Mrs. Keeley, Mrs. C. Kelly, E. Kelly, Kate Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Lally, J. Lally, Mr. and Mrs. D. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. T?. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. W. Lenick, Martin Lally, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lally, W.J. Lee, J.J. Lee, C.G. Lee, Sister Mary Louise, Mr. and Mrs. T. Mitchell, John Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. McParland, J. and L. Manion, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McShane, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mackler, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. McCarney, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Matrill?, Misses Morgison?, W. McParland, Olive McDermott, Mr. and Mrs. J.V. McNamee, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. McCann, Mr. and Mrs. M.P. McNamee, Mr. and Mrs. A.V. McLean, Mariana McCann, W. and A. McCann, Mr. and Mrs. D. Mitchell, Frances McCann, D.W. Mackay and mother, Mrs. M. McGuiggan and family, Beatrice McParland, Ursula Murphy, Malloy & Williams, P.T. McParland, G. McHugh, Albert Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. J.V. Noonan, Florie Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. John Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Noonan, Dan Noonan, Anne Noonan, Gyneth Noonan, Arthur Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Noonan, Mr. Jas. Noonan and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Noonan, Dr. J.F. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. P. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. L.B. Noonan, Jas. Noonan, Carmel Noonan, R.F. Nolan, Mr. and Mrs. O’Neil, Mary O’Donnell, Mr. and Mrs. S. O’Connell, Mr. and Mrs. T. O’Gorman, Mr. and Mrs. M. O’Donoghue, A.J. O’Rielly, Jas. O’Connor, K. O’Connor, K. O’Neil, Mr. and Mrs. E. O’Neil, Mrs. F. O’Neil, Mr. and Mrs. T. Powers, Pupils of S.S. 6N. Burgess, Miss J. Pelow, S.C. Plunkett, Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. M. Quigley, P.J. Quinn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tos. Quigley and family, (Requiem) D. Quigley, Veronica Robinson, Mrs. R. Robert, Sisters of Mercy Hospital, Bay City Student Nurses, Mercy Hospital Graduate Nurses, Mercy Hospital, Mrs. R.A. Stars and Anna, J. Sheridan, W. Sheehan?, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Scully, E.J. Thompson, Edith Thompson, Berna Thompson, Leo. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Thompson, J.V. Thompson, A.J. Thompson, H.J. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. S. White, Mr. and Mrs. J.A. White, Gerald White, Mr. and Mrs. O. White, George Williams and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. Wilson, Miss B. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. B.J. White, Allan White, Mr. and Mrs. J. White, Allan White, Mr. and Mrs. J. White, Mr. and Mrs. P. White, Mrs. Anna White and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. John H. White, Herb White, Kenneth White, Mr. and Mrs. M?. White.  Floral offerings were received as follows:  The family, Thomas Quigley and family, Miss Olive McDermott, Dr. R.A. Starrs, Drs. Haliday, Buchanan, Gardiner and Strong. (11 Nov 1927 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       In the death of Mr. Peter Noonan, which took place at the family homestead on the ninth line of Bathurst on Friday last, the County of Lanark loses one of its best known and most honoured citizens.  Mr. Noonan was the eldest son of the late James Noonan, who for many years was Reeve of the Township of Bathurst.  From his mother Jane Rudsdale, he inherited the sturdiness, and solidity, and the integrity of the Anglo-Saxon, while from his father he derived the warm heart, the bright mind and the generous disposition of the Irishman.  Educated in the best schools which Ontario possessed 60 years ago, and being of a studious turn of mind, Mr. Noonan became at an early age, one of the best informed men of his native county and lent his talents and ability to every movement which was for the good of his fellow-man.  In 1858, Mr. Noonan married Miss Mary Manion, daughter of the late Thomas Manion, of Manion, who survives him.  Twelve children were born to this union nine of whom are living, viz; James T., of Ottawa, inspector for the Northern Life Assurance Co. of Canada; Peter J., farmer of the 8th line Bathurst; Michael E. and William D., farmers of the ninth line of Bathurst; George A., principal of the Pendleton Public School; Mrs. G. Yack, of Harper; and Misses Jane A., Emily W. and Margaret J., at home.  One son, William J. and two daughters Mary E. and Theresa M. preceded their father to the grave.  The funeral which took place to St. John’s R.C. Church on Sunday afternoon was one of the largest which ever passed through the Town of Perth.  Mr. Noonan was a servent Roman Catholic in religion, and a staunch Liberal in politics.  Requieseat? in peace. (10 Jul 1903 pg 4)

 

NOONAN                       At the residence, 9th line of Bathurst, of Friday, July 3rd, Peter Noonan, in the 73rd year of his age. (10 Jul 1903 pg 5)

 

NOONAN                       James Noonan, formerly of 1203 Miller street, Utica, N.Y., died on March 2, in a Utica hospital, after an illness of 16 years.  He was born in Perth, December 10, 1878, a son of the late Dennis and Margaret Dempsey Noonan.  He went to the United States and made his home there.  Following his schooling, he became employed in the hardware store on Gore street of the late Henry Taylor.  In his early years he was a prominent player on the famous Crescent lacrosse team, of Perth, for several years champions of the Eastern Ontario Lacrosse League, thereby permanently winning the Ottawa Citizen Shield which, through the intervening years, has been on view on a wall of the Perth Public Library.  In 1909 he married Margaret Cleary, who died in 1911.  He was a barber by trade and for over 20 years operated a shop in Hotel Martin and later at the corner of Auburn avenue and Genesee St., Utica.  He was a member of St. Francis de Sales Church.  Many years ago he was active as a hockey player with the West Utica Hockey Club.  He leaves four sisters, Mrs. Thomas McCabe and Mrs. Mack McGuiggan, both of Utica; Mrs. Helen Mulchy, Los Angeles; and Mrs. Edward Young, Perth; three brothers, William T. Noonan, Baudette, Minn; George J. Noonan, Westport, Ont., and Edward H. Noonan and several nieces and nephews in Utica.  A son, James Noonan jr., born in 1911 died in 1916.  The funeral was held on Monday morning to St. Francis de Sales Church for requiem high mass, burial taking place afterwards in St. Bernard’s Cemetery, Waterville. (22 Mar 1951 pg 10)

 

NOONAN                       In Perth, on Friday, Dec. 15th, Mr. James D. Noonan, aged 60 years and 9 months. (22 Dec 1922 pg 8)

 

O’DONNELL                   Mrs. Owen O’Donnell, mother of Mrs. James Sheridan, died at her daughter’s home at the ripe old age of four score years and eight.  Mrs. O’Donnell was a remarkable woman, possessed many admirable qualities, and was ever willing to lend a helping hand to ease the burden that weighed heavily on the unfortunate.  Her maiden name was Anastasia Shorthill, and her native place was the County of Wexford, Ireland, being born on April 15, 1815.  Mrs. O’Donnell was twice married.  In 1837 she wedded John Nolan who shortly emigrated to Canada.  Mr. Nolan did not live long, being stricken with a fever.  His widow and two sons came out, and when a few years here she met and married her late husband Owen O’Donnell, who died in 1888.  Two children were born of the union:  Michael, of Dalhousie, and Mrs. James Sheridan, town. (6 Mar 1903 pg 4)

 

PENNETT                      JAMES PATRICK PENNETT – Suddenly, due to heart trouble the death occurred on Thursday, Feb 13, in his native township of Bathurst of James Patrick Pennett, a man well and favourably known in Bathurst, Perth and surrounding district.  Deceased was born on the 8th line of Bathurst on July 13, 1869, a son of the late James Pennett and his wife, Mary Murphy.  On April 15, 1907, he was married to Margaret Ann Hogan who survives as do one adopted daughter, Marie, Mrs. Gordon Stroud, at home; one sister, Mrs. Michael O’Donnell of Lanark, and six grandchildren, Mary, Lillian, Helen, Norene, Bernard and Irene Stroud.  One sister, Mary Ann, Mrs. Peter Delaney, died 23 years ago and a brother, Louis, died in October, 1940.  The funeral, which was largely attended, was on Saturday, Feb. 15, from deceased late home to St. John’s church, Perth, where requiem mass was chanted by Very Rev. Dean M. Meagher.  Interment was in St. John’s cemetery and the pallbearers were Hugh Hogan, Hugh Murphy, Thomas Murphy, Walton Cameron, Stewart Cameron and George Ennis.  Friends from a distance who attended the funeral included Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Pennett, Kingston; Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson, Winnipeg.  Numerous spiritual offerings were received and floral offerings were received from Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Hughes and the Balderson women’s institute. (27 Feb 1941 pg3)

 

PENNETT                      MRS. MATILDA PENNETT – There passed away at the GWM Hospital, Perth, on Friday, Feb. 1, 1963, Matilda Pennett, in her 90th year.  Mrs. Pennett was born on the third concession of Bathurst, on Aug. 11, 1973, the daughter of the late Patrick Hogan and his wife Mary Ann Hogan.  On Oct. 27, 1902, she was united in marriage to Louis Pennett who predeceased her in 1941.  She leaves to mourn her loss, three sons and two daughters:  John, Sault Ste. Marie; Patrick; Gertrude; (Mary) Mrs. Gilbert Purdon, all of Perth, and Edward, of Bathurst.  She is also survived by ten grandchildren; one brother, John Brady, of Perth, and one sister, Mrs. Daniel O’Neil, of Detroit.  She was predeceased by four brothers and five sisters.  She was a devout member of St. John’s Roman Catholic Church, Perth, and of the Catholic Women’s League.  The funeral was held from Blair and Son Funeral Home Monday, Feb. 4, to St. John’s Roman Catholic Church where requiem high mass was sung by Rt Rev. Monsignor Farrell with Father Brady of Kingston in the sanctuary.  Interment was in St. John’s Perth where the graveside prayers were said by the Rt. Rev. Monsignor Farrell and Father Brady.  The pallbearers were three grandsons, Ronald Pennett, Jas. Pennett, John Purdon, and three nephews, Lawrence Brady, Arthur Pennett and Arnold Jackman.  Numerous spiritual offerings, floral tributes, messages of sympathy showed the high esteem in which the deceased was held by all who knew her.  Corsage: Bonnie and Karl; Cross: Grandchildren; Wreath: Family; Containers: The 6th line neighbors; Mrs. Fred Wilson and family; The Bell Telephone Office, Perth; Brown Shoe Co., Perth; Joe and Harry Warren. (28 Feb 1963 pg 16)

 

PENNETT                      Edward Pennett died in Smith’s Falls on Sunday morning.  His illness extended back about a month and was attended with great suffering.  He was first taken with typhoid fever and soon after a rheumatic condition of his knee followed which proved to be very painful and in the end caused his death.  It did not appear to yield to treatment, finally blood poisoning developed and for a day or two before his death his case was known to be hopeless.  He was only 29 years of age, just in the prime of his young manhood.  He was born in Perth, the son of Mrs. Louis Pennett.  The Record says he began railroading very young and at twenty was an engineer, known among his fellow workmen as the boy engineer.  He took a great interest in his work, was fond of it, and was therefore naturally one of the most efficient and trustworthy men on the road.  His kindly disposition, his faithfulness as a friend and his upright exemplary life won for him the respect and esteem of all who knew him.  He was unmarried and has always lived at home with his mother and sisters to whom he was a devoted son and brother.  The deceased was a member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers the C.M.B.A. and of Garnet Lodge, A.O.U.W. in each of which he carried insurance.  At his funeral Tuesday morning, which was very largely attended, each of these orders was well represented as were also the O.R.C. and the B.R.T. and each sent representative with the body to Perth where interment took place.  The funeral service was held in St. Francis de Sales Church at nine o’clock, Rev. Father Kelly officiating.  Solemn requiem mass was sung in the Gregorian chant.  During the service “Jerusalem” was beautifully rendered by Mrs. Demny?. The pallbearers were Thomas Deegan, C. O’Dur?, J.H. McAllan, T. Dixon, F. McCrum and W. Tweedy.  The floral offerings were beautiful and came from many friends. (16 Jun 1905 pg 8)

 

PIERCE                          On Sunday, August 28th, 1887, at her father’s residence, Township of Drummond, Margaret McPhail, wife of Mr. Richard Pierce, aged 33 years.  (30 Sep 1887)

 

PUBLOW                       In Perth, on Monday, July 8th, William J. Publow, aged 33 years. (12 Jul 1912 pg 4)

 

PUBLOW                       Mr. William J. Publow died at his father’s home on Grant Street at one past the midnight hour on Sunday, and in his death, there was a happy release from pain and suffering.  Mr. Publow was taken ill in the winter with Bright’s disease, and went down quickly.  He was one of the popular young men of the town, and grew up in Perth.  In his younger days he was one of the best players on the old Crescent lacrosse club, and in recent years was an ardent curler.  Deceased belonged to several fraternal societies, and at the time of his death was president of the local branch of the C.M.B.A.  He began as clerk with Shaw & McKerracher and about six years ago was appointed to the Inland Revenue Office here.  He was married a few years ago to Miss Emma Consitt, who survives with a son and his parents and four brothers and one sister: Mr. and Mrs. James Publow, Frank, Fred, James, Wilfrid and Miss Irene.  The funeral took place Wednesday morning to St. John’s church and cemetery.  The C.M.B.A. attended in a body, and the pallbearers were members of that order.  Dr. Dwyre, J.T. Conway, James Hartney, P.J. Lee, H.T. Noonan and James Hogan. (12 Jul 1912 pg 4)

 

PUBLOW                       At the Ottawa Civic Hospital on Monday March 17, 1969, Frederick Joseph Publow husband of the late Mary Patricia Hogan in his 82nd year. (20 Mar 1969 pg 4)

 

PUBLOW                       At St. Francis Hospital, Smiths Falls, on Saturday, January 29th, 1966, Mary Patricia Hogan, beloved wife of Frederick J. Publow, in her 75th year. (10 Feb 1966 pg 5)

 

PUBLOW                       In Smiths Falls, on Tuesday, May 30, Ethel Munro, wife of Mr. William J. Publow, age 35 years. (2 Jun 1922 pg 8)

 

PUBLOW                       FREDERICK JOSEPH PUBLOW - Prominent in the business life of Perth for many years, Frederick Joseph Publow passed away in hospital, Ottawa, on March 17, after an illness of several months, in his 82nd year.  Born in Perth, he was a son of the late James Publow and his wife, Bridget Brady.  He received his education in the local schools, and when quite young became associated with his brother, the late Frank Publow, in the barber and pool room business.  The brothers became extensive buyers of fur, and they were widely known for their honest transactions with the public.  Their place of business became a popular centre for a great many local citizens.  After the death of his brother Frank in February 1956, he carried on the business for some years before his retirement.  Later he became employed as a desk clerk in the Revere Hotel.  Deceased played lacrosse for a number of years with the Perth Crescents until the game was discontinued locally.  He was a keen hunter and fisherman and also a member of the Perth Gun Club.  Mr. Publow was a member of St. John’s Church and for years was a valued member of the choir.  In January, 1966, his wife, the former Mary Patricia Hogan, predeceased him.  Surviving are tow daughters, (Dorothy) Mrs. Edward Dowdall, Smiths Falls, and (Veronica) Mrs. (Dr.) Tesdale, Baltimore; one sister (Irene) Mrs. Matthew Leonard, Perth, and two brothers, James and Wilfred of Perth.  The funeral was held from the Morrow Funeral Home on March 20 to St. John’s Church where Requiem Mass was chanted by Rev. Father O’Neill.  Interment was in St. John’s Cemetery.  The pallbearers were Arthur Publow, Lawrence Publow, Joseph Publow, John Consitt, Arnold Douglas and Hubert Hogan. (1 May 1969 pg 16)

 

PUBLOW                       The town of Perth was saddened last Wednesday morning on learning that another useful life had ended, another home left desolate in the death of Mrs. James A. Publow.  Though she had been a patient sufferer for some time past still her death came as a great shock to her many relatives and friends.  The Angel of Death silently entered the home and summoned the most loving wife, the fondest of mothers and the most charitable of neighbors.  Her peaceful death surrounded by her sorrowing husband and family, seemed but a fitting close for her quiet, Christian life.  The late Mrs. Publow was born on the 3rd concession of Bathurst, a daughter of the late John Brady and his wife, the late Bridget Teresa Boyce and was sixty-seven years of age.  Early in life she became the wife of Mr. Jas. A. Publow, who is left to mourn with a family of four sons and one daughter: Frank, Fred, and Wilfred of Perth, James of the Siberian Expeditionary Forces, at present overseas and Miss Irene at home.  Two sons, William and Alphonsus and one daughter, Anna, departed this life some years ago.  She is also survived by four brothers and four sisters, namely: Patrick, 3rd con. Bathurst; Thomas and Peter of Perth, Frank of Christies Lake, Mrs. Richard Hogan, Bathurst; Mrs. Wm. Gilfoyle, Kalamazoo, Mich.: Mrs. D.J. Cameron, Montreal, and Miss Margaret of Perth.  The numerous beautiful floral tributes and the large number of spiritual offerings were silent tokens of the love and respect of a large circle of friends.  The funeral took place from her late home on Arthur street on Friday morning, May 2nd, to St. John’s church, where Solemn Requiem Mass was sung by Rev. Father Hogan.  The cortege then proceeded to St. John’s R.C. cemetery where the remains were laid to rest.  The pallbearers were six nephews of deceased; Messrs. Daniel Hogan, J.D. Brady, John Mackler, Earl Brady, Daniel Brady, and James V. Brady.  Floral offerings were as follows: Pillow, from the family; cross, Judge Philip E. Brady, Boston, Mass.; wreath, F.L. Lambert, cross and wreath from employees of C.P.R. Band, P?. Department, Montreal.  Spiritual offerings were received from Mr. James A. Pulbow, Mr. Wilfred Publow, Mr. Frank Publow, J.C. Publow, Mrs. Frank Publow, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Publow, Mrs. Publow and Donald, Miss Irene Publow, Mr. John and Miss M. O’Loughlin, Miss Margaret Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Consitt, Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle, Mrs. Richard Hogan, Mrs. James and Miss Annie Lally, Mr. and Mrs. John Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Taulty, Messrs. J.D. and J.V. Brady, Miss Carrie Nagle, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Lambert, Mr. Peter Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hogan, Miss Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O’Donald, Mrs. David Young, Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Cameron, Montreal; Mr. and Mrs. R. Doyle, Mrs. David Ferguson and family, Misses Gladys and Rhoda? Kane, Miss Madeline Geaudreau, Mr. B. and Miss B. Hanlon, Mr. Earl Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gilchrist, Misses Mary and Kate O’Hara, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Hogan, Misses Mary and Clara Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Brady, Mr. Vincent McGuiggan, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lally, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brady, Mr. and Mrs. L. Pennett, Mr. P.J. Quinn, Dr. and Mrs. Consitt, Mr. and Mrs. John Mackler, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brady, Misses A. and D. young, Mr. Thos and Miss Mary Brady, Mr. Earl Doyle, Misses May and Veronica Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Brady, 3rd line Bathurst, Mr. and Mrs. Hogan. (9 May 1919 pg 10)

 

QUILL                           At Oakland, Cal., on Dec. 5th, 1925, Alice A., devoted mother of the late James A. Quill jr., of Eureka, Cal., loving sister of Mrs. Robert Closs, Mrs. James Closs, Mrs. W. Noonan, and Patrick Doyle, of Canada, Sister M. Modesta and Sister M. Saba, Loretta Convent, Toronto, Canada,, Mrs. J.J. Quill, of San Francisco, Thomas Doyle of Dawson and William Doyle, of Watertown N.Y., a native of Canada, aged 66 years. (25 Dec 1925 pg 3)

 

SHERIDAN                     In Kingston, on Wednesday, February 12, 1958, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Paul White, 73 Kingscourt Ave., Mary Eleanor Maher, beloved wife of J.R. Sheridan, in her 82nd year, formerly of Perth.  Following requiem high mass in the Church of St. John the Apostle in Kingston, on Saturday morning, interment took place in St. John’s Cemetery, in Perth. (20 Feb 1958 pg 4)

 

SHERIDAN                     The two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sheridan of Dalhousie, died on Saturday night last at her grandfather’s home, Mr. John Kennedy, in Lanark, and the remains were interred in St. John’s Cemetery on Monday of this week. (14 Aug 1903 pg 8)

 

SHERIDAN                     At Playfair, on Sunday, July 19th, to Mr. and Mrs. James Sheridan, jr., a daughter. (7 Aug 1903 pg 5)

 

SHERIDAN                     In Drummond Township on January 26th, 1938, Mary Ann Sheridan, aged 82 years.  Funeral Friday, January 28th, from residence of Mrs. A. Sheridan, Lanark Road, to St. John’s Church, Perth at 9:30 a.m. (28 Jan 1938 pg 5)

 

SMITH                          MRS. THOMAS SMITH - An esteemed resident of Perth for a long period passed away at her home 3 Beckwith St. on May 6 in the person of Mrs. Thomas Smith.  Her maiden name was Sarah Jane Conlon and she was born in Montague Twp. seventy-six years ago.  She was a devout Roman Catholic in religion and a member of the Catholic Woman's League.  Surviving are her husband and three sons, T.P. of Kansas City, Collingwood of Saskatoon, Sask, and Leonard of Perth.  A son Bernard predeceased her in 1917.  The funeral was held on Thursday May 9th, from her late residence, to St. John's Church where Very Rev. Dean M. Meagher officiated at the Solemn Requiem High Mass, burial afterwards taking place at the RC cemetery.  The pallbearers were Messrs John Henretta, James J. Smith, Bernard Buchanan, Dan Lee, Michael McGlade and James Bowes.  Relatives from a distance at the funeral were Mrs. James O'Connor, Leonard and Hennessy of Watertown NY, Miss Sadie Droughen, Mrs. F. Droughan and family, Mr. and Mrs. D. Carroll and son Francis, Mrs. Peter O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. Geo O'Brien, Mrs. Annie Kelley of Smiths Falls, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, Lanark, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cooper of Westport.  A large wreath was received from the employees of Tayside textiles Limited, and spiritual offerings from the following: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith, Mr. Thos. Smith, Mrs. Bernard Lee and family, Mrs. J. O'Connor, Miss Sadie Droughan, Mr. E.R. Hennessy, Mrs. Joe. McDermott, and Miss Minnie Droughan, Amsterdam, NY.  Solemn High Mass;  Miss Margt. M. Rempolz?, Mrs. Elizabeth Droughan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pat McGlade and family, Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and family, Mrs. Hendley? Martin and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hudson and family, Mrs. Morrison and family, The Catholic Woman's League, Mr. P.J. Quinn and family, Mrs. Quigley? and Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. O'Brien." (17 May 1935 pg 4, no death notice was found)

 

SMITH                          At Trenton on Friday, Nov 30th.  James Bernard Smith aged 19 years. (Fri. Dec 7 1917 pg 1)

 

SMITH                          BERNARD SMITH – At 3:30 o’clock Saturday afternoon the funeral of the late James Bernard Smith was held from the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith, Drummond street, east, to St. John’s church were the Libra was sung by Rev. Father Hogan, the funeral cortage being large.  The remains were interred in St. John’s cemetery.  The pallbearers were: P.J. Henretta, Basil? Manion, McPhail Noonan, Francis Byrne, Michael Sullivan and Francis Clyne.  The late Bernard Smith was born in Perth, attending the Separate School here, and enjoying the comradeship of many boy friends.  He is survived by his parents and two brothers, Pte. L.P. Smith who went overseas with the Canadian Guards in May 1916, and now stationed at Bramshott, England with the Signalling Corps, and Collingwood and Leonard at home.  Relatives from a distance at the funeral were: Mrs. M. Droghan and Mr. Frank Droghan, Smiths Falls, Mrs. Hugh McGillis, Mrs. E. Hennessy and Miss Ada Conlin, Watertown, N.Y.  Floral offerings were as follows: Messrs. P.J.C. MacDonnell and F.W. ?, a cross; Mrs. John Gillespie and Thomas, a wreath.  Spiritual offerings were from: His parents, Collingwood and Leonard Smith, Agnes and Mary Smith, Mrs. Hugh McGillis, Mrs. M. Droghan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hennessy, Miss Ada Conlin, Mr. Martin Conlin, Messrs. Reginald and Leonard Hennessy, Mr. and Mrs. Dan? Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Conway, Mr. and Mrs. James McDonagh, Mrs. James Droughen, Messrs Willie and James Lee, Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Conway, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Conway, Messrs. Francis and Kenneth Clyne, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. P. J? Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. James Morrison and family, Miss Minnie McParland and Mrs. S. Frinelle? (Fri. Dec 7 1917 pg 8)

 

SMITH                          THOMAS SMITH - Deeply regretted, the death occurred on Wednesday, December 14th, at Perth, of an old and respected resident in the person of Thomas Smith.  Although in ill health for over six months, death came suddenly and was a sad shock to his family and friends.  Mr. Smith was born in Montague Township, a son of James Smith and Ann Kelly.  His family moved to Perth 75 years ago, where he resided until his death.  He was married to Sarah Conlon, who predeceased him four years ago, and to his family were born four sons; Thomas P., Kansas City, MO; Bernard, deceased; Collingwood of Rosetown, Sask; and Leonard at home; also one brother James Smith of Lanark.  Deceased was of a quiet disposition, a lover of home life and was known among his friends and acquaintances for his mild and even temper.  He belonged to the Catholic Order of Forresters having been a charter member of St. Edward's Court, Perth.  The funeral took place from his late residence 30 Beckwith Street on Friday morning, December 16th to St. John's Roman Catholic Church, where solemn requiem high mass was chanted by Rev. Dean M. Meagher thence to the parish cemetery where burial took place.  The pallbearers were Messrs. John Henrietta, Michael Bennett, Bernard Buchanan, Thomas Burns, Thomas McGowan, and Albert McLean.  Those from a distance attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, of Lanark, Mr. Pat Smith, Hull, Mrs. E. Droughan, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hughes, Mr. Thos. Kelly, Miss Sadie Krough?, Smiths Falls.  The high esteem in which he was held was evidenced by the following floral tributes: Wreath from the employees of Tayside Textiles, Messages of condolences and sympathy were received from the Catholics Woman League, Leonard Hennessy, and Miss Ada Conlon, Watertown, NY.  Spiritual offerings were received by the following; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith, Thomas P. Smith, Collingwood Smith, Mrs. Bernard Lee and family, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McGlade and family, the Morrison family, P.J. Quinn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Geaudreau and John, Mrs. Quigley and Elizabeth, Mrs. E. Droughan, Miss Sadie Droughan, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. T. Kelly, Smiths Falls. (23 Dec 1928 PG 8)

 

SUTHERLAND                MISS SUSAN A. SUTHERLAND – The funeral of Miss Susan A. Sutherland, whose death occurred at the Hemoeopathic? Hospital in Montreal last Thursday as the result of an accident to her three months ago, took place here on Monday morning.  Miss Sutherland, who resided at 3530 Durocher? Street, Montreal, was born in Perth, and went to Montreal to live ? years ago.  She belonged to St. Patrick’s Church there.  Before her remains were brought here for the funeral, the libra was sung at the Chapel of Jos. C. Wray and Brothers, Mountain Street, Montreal, at a service, which was attended by a number of former Perth people now residing? In that city.  The funeral took place from the residence of her brother, Mr. Oswald Sutherland, on Monday morning at 8:45 o’clock to St. John’s Church, thence to the Roman Catholic Cemetery.  She is survived by four brothers, William of Montreal; Oswald, Perth; Francis of Long Beach, California, and Fred of Chicago; and three nieces, Mrs. Frank H. Crosbie of Montreal; Miss Kathleen Sutherland, of Montreal, and Miss Mary Sutherland of Brockville.  Miss Sutherland was very well known in Perth, and the regret caused by her death was evidenced by the large attendance at her funeral as well as by the many beautiful flowers and spiritual offerings.  For many years she was connected with the grocery business, one of the oldest? established in Perth, which is now conducted by her brother.  Those attending the funeral from a distance included W.J. Sutherland and Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Crosbie, of Montreal, Miss Mary Sutherland, of Brockville, Ed. Sutherland, and Miss ?nor, and Mr. Upthagrove?, Smiths Falls, J. Sutherland, of Jollette, and Miss Kathleen Kenny and Mrs. M. Brown, of Montreal.  Flowers were received from the following: Mr. and Mrs. J. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Crosbie, Mr. and Mrs. A. L?. Lowe, Vickers & Benson Ltd., the McGrall family, Dr. and Mrs. B. ?., A. Friend, all of Montreal and Miss Nell Hall of Perth.  Spiritual offerings were received from the following:  Montreal – C.M.B.A., High mass, W.J. Sutherland, Miss K. Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Crosbie, Miss M. Sidley?, Mrs. McGowan and Family, Misses McGrall, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kinshels?, Mrs. M. McGuiggan, Brian and Joyce McGuiggan, Mrs. M. Monteith?, Miss I?. McGuiggan, J. Hartney and Family, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hughes, Mrs. G. Hefferman, Mr. and Mrs. G. Vernon, Misses? Perkins?, Miss E. McIntee, Mrs. Marguerite Brown, Mrs. M. Johnson and family, Miss Carrie Nagle, Miss Libbie? Dolue?, Miss Margaret McLeon?, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. McGuiggan, Misses G. and F. White, Mrs. Violet Fynnd?, Miss G. Lobmann?, Miss Kathleen Kenny, Miss Dagman? Jenson?, Mr. G.J. C. – Tigar?, Perth – Mr. and Mrs. O. Sutherland, Miss Marion Sutherland, Miss Mary Lambert?, Misses Ursuis? Murphy and ? O’Donnell, L.J. Dowdall and Evelyn Brown, Mrs. T. Horan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan. Hogan, Mrs. McGuiggan and Vincent, the Furlong family, Dr. and Miss Dwyre, Joseph Conway, Mr. and Mrs. G. Wihlmar? And family, Mr. and D. McManus and family, Mrs. Mary Kehoe, Mrs. Farrell and Irene, Mrs. Margaret Noonan and Miss Annie Hogan, Chris? And Blake Connolly, Misses M. and M. Graham, Mrs. R. Byrne, Mrs. F.A. Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. T.L. O’Gorman, Mr. Edwin Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman? Wallace, Mrs. Maloney and Theresa Havey?, Mrs. J.E. Manion and Lillian Farrell, Misses Ellen and M. Malone?, Miss M. O’Loughlin, Mrs. P.J. Leonard, Miss Mae Gallinger, Mr. and Mrs. F.C. Conway, Mr. M. Dowdall, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan and Misses H. and V. Brown, Smiths Falls, Mr. and Mrs. E. Sutherland, Mr. E. McMullen?, the Haltinan? Sisters, Mr. and Mrs. F. Deegan, Miss Veronica Foy, of Kingston, Miss Mary Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ford, Brockville, Mrs. C.E. Dinks?, and Mr. and Mrs. F. Walsh, London, Mr. and Mrs. C. ? and Mr. and Mrs. J. McNamee, Mrs. M. Voorhutt?, Detroit, Fred Sutherland, Chicago. (23 Jul 1937 pg 5)

 

SUTHERLAND                ADDITIONAL SPIRITUAL OFFERINGS – Additional spiritual offerings for the late Mr. O. Sutherland are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Sutherland, California, (by air mail), Mrs. C. Binks, London, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kehoe, Ottawa, Mr. and Mrs. L. Morrison, Mr. George Williams and girls.  Messages from Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Ansley?, Mrs. Alex Geaudreau?, Kirkland Lake, Miss Edna and Wm. Furlong, Kirkand Lake. (6 Aug 1937 pg 5)

 

SUTHERLAND                MRS. GERTRUDE SUTHERLAND – On Monday, Sept. 30, following a short illness, the death occurred at the G.W.M. Hospital of Mrs. Sutherland.  Deceased was born on the 3rd line of Bathurst in 1886, daughter of the late Daniel Hogan and Bridget Byrnes and later took up residence on Harvey St., in Perth.  In 1918 she married Oswald Sutherland, whom she was predeceased nine years ago, also, by one sister Mary and two brothers, John and Thomas.  She was always a devout Roman Catholic and passed to her reward fortified by the last rites and consolations of the Church.  She is survived by one daughter, Marion.  The funeral was held on Thursday morning from the Blair & Son Funeral Home to St. John’s Church, where requiem mass was chanted by the Rev. Monsignor Meagher.  The body was laid to rest in St. John’s cemetery, Rev. Father Traynor officiating.  The pallbearers were Messrs. A.V. McLean, Dan Lee, C.P. Doyle, Patrick Leonard, Leo Hogan and Thomas Hogan.  Flowers and spiritual offerings were received showing the high esteem in which the deceased was held. (17 Oct 1946 pg 7)

 

TAULTY                        On Monday, Jan. 2nd there passes away a well known and popular citizen of Perth, in the person of Mr. Thos. Hugh Taulty, Wilson St.  Deceased had been confined to his bed for some time.  Thomas Taulty was born on the third line of Bathurst, 52 years ago, and son of the late Hugh Taulty.  Fourteen years ago he married Miss Theresa Noonan, of Perth, who with one daughter, Nora, survives him.  He also leaves to mourn his loss one brother, William of Perth, and five sisters, Mrs. W. Ripley, Perth, Mrs. J. Crawford, Toronto, Mrs. O’Grady, Lombardy, and Miss Mary and Theresa, Toronto.  One brother, Anthony, of Toronto, died some weeks ago; while another brother, Robert, is also deceased.  For some time the late Mr. Taulty has been a valued employee of James Bros., who with their employees sincerely regret his loss.  The funeral took place on Wednesday from the family home to St. John’s Church and cemetery, Rev. Dean Hogan conducting the services.  The pallbearers were: Messrs. J. Cooper, J.T. Conway, D. Horan, P. Noonan, H. Noonan, and D. Mitchell.  A large number of spiritual and floral offerings, the latter including a spray from James Bros. And employees, were received. (13 Jan 1922 pg 3)

 

THORNTON                   At Perth, on Wednesday morning, May 26th, 1886, Mary Ann Madden, wife of Mr. John Thornton, at? aged 59 years." (28 May 1886 pg 2, no obituary could be found)

 

THORNTON                   At Orilla, on Saturday, Sept. 24th, 1887, James M. Thornton, aged 38 years.  (30 Sep 1887)

 

THORNTON                   At Orillia, on Friday, March 29, Mr. John Thornton, formerly of Perth, aged 71 years. (5 Apr 1889 pg 5)

 

THORNTON                   DECEASED – An old resident of Perth, Mr. John Thornton, cooper, was buried in Elmwood cemetery, Perth, Last Sabbath.  He died at the residence of his son in law, Mr. Robert D. Moodie, Orillia.  He was a native of Ireland. (5 Apr 1889 pg 5)

 

THORNTON                   The death occurred at Vanguard, Sask., on Thursday, October 26th, of Catherine Hogan, wife of the late James M. Thornton.  The deceased who was fifty-five years of age, was a native of Perth, but she and her husband resided in Smiths Falls for many years.  Two months ago, the late Mrs. Thornton went west, to make here home with her son.  She had been suffering from heart trouble for some time, but a paralytic stroke was the cause of her death.  She is survived by one son, Mr. Ross Thornton, of Vanguard, Sask., and four brothers and three sisters.  Mr. Thos. Hogan and Mr. Nicholas Hogan of Smiths Falls are brothers.  In religion the deceased was a devout Roman Catholic.  Mr. James Hartney of town, is a cousin of deceased.  (3 Nov 1916) (According to her date of birth in her baptismal record, she would only have been 53 years of age at the time of her death.)

 

THORNTON                   At Shaunavon, Sask., on Monday, January 17th, 1938, Margaret Daron, widow of the late James Thornton, of Perth, aged 79 years. (28 Jan 1938 pg 5)

 

WHELAN                       John Francis Whelan, eldest son of Mr. J.A. Whenan, postmaster, Westport, died very suddenly on Monday afternoon, August 28th.  Last spring he suffered an attack of malaria fever and about three months ago he came home to recuperate.  Deceased who was about 22 years 8 months of age, was born at Westport where he received his early education at St. Edward’s School, afterwards attending Ottawa College.  About five years ago he left Westport, entering the James Smart Mfg. Co.’s works at Brockville  where he remained two years, a trusted employe and a faithful, exemplary workman.  During his stay there he was very popular in athletic sports, being a member of the champion Y.M.C.A. war canoe? crew, and also of the senior Brockville lacrosse team.  Leaving Brockville he went to New Britain, Conn., to perfect himself in his chosen profession where he remained until last spring when he was taken sick. (8 Sep 1905 pg 8)

 

WHITE                          At Westport, on Sunday, May 6th, Mr. Michael J. White, brother of Mrs. S. Cordick and Mrs. T. Hogan of Perth, aged 69 years. (14 May 1970 pg 13 – Events 25 years ago)

 

WHYTE                         Particularly sad was the death at the Royal Victor’s Hospital in Montreal, on Sunday April 1st, of Miss Mary C. Whyte, of Perth.  She was taken away at the early age of 22 years and 2 months following an operation and her death caused profound regret in her family, and wide circle of friends and acquaintances.  For six years she had been engaged as stenographer and law clerk in the law office of Mr. F.W. Hull and she had the distinction of never missing a day or hour on duty.  She was a very experienced, accurate and exceptionally efficient in her chosen profession.  She was of the Roman Catholic faith and a popular and esteemed member of the Sodality of the Children of Mary.  Surviving are her parents, one sister, Mrs. Ev. Hogan of Detroit, and one brother, Howard of Detroit.  The funeral was held on Tuesday morning from her parents residence on Brock street to St. John’s Church and R.C. cemetery Rev. Dean Hogan officiating.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Thos. Williams, Dan Walsh, Willard Conlon, Leo Mulholland, Harold Mulholland and Michael Furlong.  The floral offerings were as follows: Cross of lilies from Mr. F.W. Hall, cluster of roses from Misses Annie Hogan and Dorothy Kehoe, pillow from Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Kehoe.  Spiritual offerings were received from the following: Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Whyte, Mr. Howard Whyte, Mr. and Mrs. Ev. Hogan, Mr. John Conlon, Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Kelly, Lombardy, The Children of Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. White, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hian, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hian, Miss Ruby White, Mr. and Mrs. James Hanlon, Mervyn, Anna and Rose Hanlon, Mrs. T.J. Smith, Miss Daisy Hian, Edgar, Mary and Margaret Smith, Mrs. E. Kelly, Lombardy, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelly, Miss Cecil and Urban Hian, Mr. Frank Hian and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hian, The Ladies’ Auxiliary, Mrs. H. Brady, Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Noonan, Mrs. M. Hogan and Annie, Mrs. H. White and family, Mary and Clara Morrison, Mr. John E. McGlade, Mrs. Mulholland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McGee, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Callaghan, Mr. Fred Quartermain, Mrs. F. Bennett and family, Miss Isobel Fenwich, Jas. Kane and family, Mr. and Mrs. D. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hogan, John L. Horan, Mrs. M.L. Troy and family, Mrs. Thos. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Cordick and family, Mrs. Geo. Farrell and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. Conlon, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. M. Whyte, Mrs. W. Farrel and family, Mrs. E. Lee and family, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Foy, Miss Mary Kirkpatrick, Montreal, Mr. and Mrs. W. Monahan, Smiths Falls, Mrs. G.G. Graham and Mrs. M. McGillvery, Montreal, Miss Nellie Conlon, Mr. McPhail Noonan, Anna and Harold Badour, Mr. and Mrs. D. Kirkpatrick, Montreal, Mr. and Mrs. G.T. Kerr, Miss Olive Noonan, Natalie and Helen Young, Mr. and Mrs. John Quigley, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. R. Cordick, Mr. and Mrs. A. Killeen, Miss Nellie Cooper, Mrs. James Crawford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Geaudreau, Mr. Frnak Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Ripley, Mr. Lorne Dowdall and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Farrell McAuloffe, Almonte, Miss Carmel Grennan, Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Lancre, North Adams, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. S. Cordick, Mr. and Mrs. F.P. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. W. Pennett, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hogan, Miss Anna Dowdall, Miss Elizabeth McGowan, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Conlon sr., Mr. Michael and Anna Furlong, Miss Lucy O’Neil, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Conway, Mr. and Mrs. F.V. O’Connor, Mr. and Mrs. P. McDonnell, Mr. and Mrs. F.J. McParland, Miss Marguerite Courtney, Miss Emaline Courtney, Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Chevalier, Miss Teresa Courtney, North Adams, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Quigley and family, Miss Mary Hian. (6 Apr 1923 pg 8)

 

WILLIAMS                     Cora Mae Williams, wife of the late Charles J. Williams, passed away on Friday, August 4, in hospital at Smiths Falls.  Mrs. Williams was a daughter of the late James Warrington and his wife Elizabeth Matthie.  Besides her husband, she was predeceased by brothers William, James and Hayes; sisters Mary (Mrs. Newell Stewart), Alice (Mrs. Neil Blair), Hannah (Mrs. Russell Radford), Sadie Warrington.  Surviving are her daughters Mary (Mrs. Pat Brady) of RR3, Perth, Theresa (Mrs. William Hogan) of Smiths Falls; Catherine Williams of Perth; sons Joseph of Winnipeg and Charles of Ottawa.  Also surviving are her sister, Mrs. Ada Robinson of North Dakota, 19 grandchildren and four great grandchildren.  Friends were received at the Blair and Son funeral home, 15 West Gore Street, Perth, and Requiem Mass was celebrated in St. John’s Church, Perth, on Monday, August 7 at 10 a.m.  Pallbearers were nephews James Williams, Edward Williams, John Malloy, Francis Malloy, Gerald Warrington and Kenneth Warrington.  Interment St. John’s Cemetery. (23 Aug 1978 pg 25)

 

WILLIAMS                     Although in ill health for over a week death came suddenly to Mrs. George T. Williams at the family residence on Peter street on Saturday morning last and her unexpected passing away was a lamentable shock to her family, neighbors, and wide circle of acquaintances, locally and at a distance.  Her maiden name was Julia McCabe, daughter of the late Michael McCabe and Catherine Mitchell and she was born in Bathurst over fifty-eight years ago.  She was married in 1888 to Mr. Williams and with her husband had since resided in Perth.  Surviving are her husband, five sons, Messrs. Michael, Thomas, Leo, Eddie, of Perth, Charles of Oshawa, four daughters, Misses Mary, Catherine, Margaret and Mrs. Frank Malloy, of Perth, four brothers, Messrs; William, of Perth, Michael J. and Edward of Almonte, Peter of Monteral, and two sisters, Mrs. P.J. Furlong and Mrs. John Cooper, of Perth.  Deceased was a kind hearted woman, with a genial disposition and deeply devoted to her family.  She was a devout member of St. John’s R.C. Parish.  The funeral was held on Monday morning to St. John’s Church where the funeral mass was sung by Rev. Father Carey, of Lanark with Rev. Dean Hogan present in the Sanctuary, the remains afterwards being interred in the R.C. Cemetery.  The pallbearers were the four brothers of deceased and Messrs. P.J. Furlong and D.J. Mitchell.  Those present from out of town were: Mr. Chas. Williams, Oshawa, Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Damon, Wellsville, N.Y., Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Malloy, Mr. Edward Griffith, Mr. John Radey, Toronto, Mr. Earl Griffith, Concord, N.H., Mr. and Mrs. John McCabe, Peterboro, Mr. and Mrs. M. McCabe, Miss N. Brown, Messrs. Maurice and Gerald McCabe, Mr. Edward McCabe, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kennedy, Almonte, Mr. and Mrs. Peter McCabe, Montreal, Mr. Thomas Murray, Mrs. Letang, Mrs. Arthur Cato, Renfrew, Mrs. Edward Mooney, Pakenham.  Over two hundred spiritual offerings were received.  The floral offerings were as follows: Sprays. Plant Dept. Bell Telephone Co., Oshawa, Hope’s Hardware, employees Shaw’s store, Misses Gyneth and Ann Noonan, and Dorthy Kehoe, Misses Mary and Elizabeth McCullough, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Allan and Hazel, Mrs. Kirkland and Lloyd; wreath, Mr. H.M. Shaw; cross, Mr. and Mrs. D.A. Lee. (28 Nov 1924 pg 11)

 

YACK                            MRS. CATHERINE M. YACK – After an illness of three weeks, Mrs. Catherine Matilda Yack passed away at her home on the ninth concession of Bathurst on Sunday, March 11, 1951.  Born in Bathurst Township on July 16, 1865, the former Catherine Matilda Noonan was the daughter of the late Peter Noonan and his wife Mary Manion.  She was married to the late Gustave Yack from Tavistock, Ont., who predeceased her in 1933.   After their marriage they resided in Perth for a year and later moved to the 9th line of Bathurst where she resided until her death.  She was of quiet disposition and was always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need.  She was loved and well respected by her friends and acquaintances and was a member of the Sacred Heart.  She is survived by two daughters: Margaret (Mrs. Ernest Hughes), at home; Mary (Mrs. Michael Coules) of Perth; three grandchildren and one great grandchild; one sister; Mrs. Jane Timmerman of Balderson; and two brothers: John P. Noonan and William D. Noonan, also both of Balderson.  The funeral which was largely attended, was held on Wednesday morning from Blair & Son Funeral Home to St. John’s Church, Perth, where requiem high mass was chanted by Rev. Father Farrell.  Interment was in St. John’s Cemetery.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Leo Noonan, Desmond Noonan, Cyrl Noonan, Gordon Somers, Wilbert Morris and Francis Furlong.  Floral tributes were: cross from the family; wreath from the neighbours of Brock street, and a corsage from the great-grandchild.  The many spiritual offerings received showed the esteem in which the deceased was held. (5 Apr 1951 pg 3)

 

YOUNG                         MISS J.M. YOUNG – A well known and widely respected resident of Perth passes away on Saturday, June 15th, in the person of Josephine Margaret Young.  Miss Josephine (Dode) Young was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Young of Glen Tay, where she had resided for a number of years.  About 30 years ago with her mother and sisters she came to Perth and took up residence at 6 Grant St., where her death occurred after an illness of eight days.  She was a member of St. John’s Church, the C.W.L., Altar Society and the League of the Sacred Heart.  She leaves to mourn her loss one sister, Mrs. Delia Noonan, Perth, one brother, Patrick Young of Milwauke and many nieces and nephews.  A sister, Mrs. John Brady, predeceased her two weeks ago.  The funeral took place on Monday morning, June 17 to St. John’s Church where Requiem Mass was sung by Rev. Father Trainor with Rt. Rev. Mgr. Meagher present in the sanctuary.  The pallbearers were Victor Young, John Publow, Wm. Publow, Wm. Brady, Frank Brady and John Brady.  Interment took place in St. John’s cemetery. (27 Jun 1946 pg 9)

 

YOUNG                         The Township of Bathurst has lost another of its oldest and highly honoured residents in the person of Mr. David Young, who died at his home in Glen Tay on Saturday, June 13th.  The cause of death is attributed to kidney troubles.  Mr. Young had ever been a strong and healthy man and the illness which caused his death was of three months duration.  Deceased was French Canadian by birth, having been born below Ottawa in Quebec in 1831.  He came to Perth when a young man of seventeen, and apprenticed himself to a Mr. Hunter who carried on a carriage-making business in the stand now occupied by Mr. Cooper, blacksmith, on Gore Street east.  He remained here for ten years when he moved to Glen Tay, where he had secured a position as foreman over the carriage industry of the late James Kearns, which position he held till the works wee closed down.  He then opened a shop for himself which he conducted till he was compelled to retire from business activity three months ago owing to his illness.  Mr. Young was a manly man, honoured and respected by everyone, and his friends were legion.  He had often been asked to enter municipal life, but his inclination did not lie that way.  In politics he was a Reformer.  He was married to Zoe Berthisame?, of Ottawa, fifty-one years ago, who with seven daughters and four sons survive.  The children are Dennis, S. Falls; Edward, Perth; Eugene, Lanark; Patrick, Milwaukee; Mrs. J. P. Byrne, Perth; Mrs. J.T. Noonan, Ottawa; Mrs. John Brady, Bathurst; Mrs. Cornell, Philadelphia; and Misses Agnes, Mary and Josephine, at home.  The funeral took place on Monday morning at ten o’clock, the procession proceeding from his late residence to St. John’s Church thence to the Catholic Cemetery.  There were 135 carriages in line. (19 Jun 1903 pg 4)

 

 

CARD OF THANKS…

 

 

DOYLE                          The family of the late Mrs. John Doyle wish to express their deep appreciation to their friends and neighbors for the many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy extended to them during their recent bereavement, for the spiritual offerings received and to those who loaned cars for the funeral. (18 Feb 1938 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         The family of the late Mrs. Patrick Hogan desire to express their thanks for the kindness and Sympathy extended to them in their bereavement and for the floral and spiritual offerings received. (6 May 1932 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         MRS. FRANK A. HOGAN desires to express her sincere thanks for the kindness and sympathy to her in the death of her husband, for the many floral and spiritual offerings received, and to the Perth Shoe Co. in closing their factory for the funeral. (15 Jul 1927 pg 5)

 

HOGAN                         Mrs. John D. Hogan and family wish to extend their sincere appreciation to their friends for their many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy during their recent bereavement, for the spiritual and floral offerings and to those who loaned cars for the funeral. (28 Oct 1943 pg 1)

 

HOGAN                         We wish to thank our friends, relatives, neighbors, employees and their wives, Blair and Son Funeral Home, Father’s O’Hearn and Price for their acts of kindness, flowers, mass cards, donations to the Heart Fund at the time of the sudden passing of a dear husband and brother, Hubert Hogan. – Victorine Hogan and the Hogan family. (10 Feb 1977 pg 4)

 

HOGAN                         The family of the late George Daniel Hogan wish to thank friends and neighbours for their visits, cards, donations, etc. to George during his hospitalization. – Mother, brother Edward, sister in law Jean, good friend Marie Mitchell. (26 Nov 1980 pg 6)

 

KIRKPATRICK               I wish to take this opportunity of thanking friends and neighbors for their acts of kindness during the recent illness and bereavement of my wife.  Lawrence Kirkpatrick (16 Jun 1955 pg 4)

 

KIRKPATRICK               Mr. and Mrs. David Kirkpatrick and family of Montreal, take this privilege of extending their thanks to all who contributed floral and spiritual offerings and for the kindness and expressions of sympathy extended in their recent bereavement in the death of their daughter and sister. (2 Mar 1923 pg 4)

 

NOONAN                       We would like to thank Rev. Father Buckley, Dr. Noonan, relatives and friends, for their many acts of kindness during our recent bereavement in the loss of a dear wife and mother – Herbert Noonan and Family. (20 Feb 1958 pg 4)

 

NOONAN                       We desire to express our sincere thanks to the members of the Local Court of the Catholic Order of Foresters for their many kind acts during this trying ordeal through which we recently passed, on the untimely death of our son, and publicly acknowledge the prompt manner in which the insurance carried by person, the late Daniel Noonan, has been paid by the High Court of the Order.  It is our earnest wish that this noble order may continue on in its good work.  Yours truly, Mr. and Mrs. James Noonan. (21 Oct 1910 pg 4)