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Richmond Hill Liberal
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Description: Births: (2), Deaths (7), Marriages (4)

Date: January 1903

Newspaper published in: Richmond Hill

Richmond Hill Liberal
January 1903


Bell- At Richmond Hill on the 23rd January the wife of H. Bell of a daughter, still born

Savage- At Aylmer on Tuesday Dec 30 the wife of Mr. A. Sylvester Savage of a son


Aga-Near Victoria Square on Friday, January 2, Samuel Aga aged 62 years

Davis- In Richmond Hill on Tuesday January 20 Mrs. Elizabeth Davis aged 87 years. Interment from the residence of her daughter Mrs. Wm. Shepard this Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock

Line-Died near Vellore on dec 29 1902 suddely of heart failure Mrs. Elizabeth Ann, beloved wife of Ephraim Line, and only sister of J.G Constable of Maple, aged 41 years 10 months and 26 days. She was stricken down in the midst of life without a moments warning leaving a husband and eight children to mourn their irreparable loss. The funeral was attended by a large number of friends and neighbors, the service being conducted in Zion Lutheran Church by the Pastor Rev. J.K Hilty, basing his remarks on I Samuel xx., 3:

Morrison- In Richmond Hill on Tuesday January 6 Charles Augustus Morrison aged 62 years. Interment at Buttonville this (Thursday) afternoon, leaving the house at 2 o'clock

Quantz- At Cashel on Friday Jan 2 Mary Quantz, widow of the late Frederick Quantz in her 88th year. Interment in Richmond Hill cemetery on Sunday January 4

Sisley- In Richmond Hill on Sunday January 18 Joshua Sisley in his 82nd year. Funeral from his residence Tuesday afternoon January 20

Sisley-IN HIS 82ND YEAR- Mr Joshua Sisley who lived in this village and vicinity for many years passed away after a weeks illness, in his 82nd year. After a funeral service at his late residence, concluded by Rev. Messrs Grant and Back, interment took place in the Village Cemetery. The sons who were present to assist in carriying their fathers remains to there last resting place were Dr. E. Sisley of Maple, Dr. O. Sisley of Agincourt and Dr. M. Sisley , dentist, Toronto. Besides the widow other members of the family are E.H. Sisley, manitoba; Sidney Sisley, British Columbia and a daughter, Mr. (Dr. manes, Sheffield, Ontario


Summerfeldt-Haffenback- On Wednesday 31st december at Unionville Lutheran Parsonage by Rev. S. Stouffer, Mr. Abner Summerfeldt, reeve of Markham Twp., to Edith Rebecca Haffenback all of Markham

Johnston-Porter- By the Rev. P.M Peabek on Tuesday Jan 20 Mr. Thos. Johnston of Victoria Square to Mrs. Poter of Thornhill

Moffat-Taylor- Whitchill Place the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.N Taylor, Elder's Mill was the scene of a house wedding on Wednesday December 24 when their eldest daughter Florence R. was united in marriage to Mr. James N. Moffat of Duluth, Minn., by the Rev. M. Mackinnon of Woodbridge.

Sims-Newton- In Toronto on Dec 25 at the residence of Mr. R.T Newton, 316 Islington Ave. by Rev. J.A Grant of Richmond Hill, Miss Agnes Wilkie, daughter of the late James Newton of Elgin Mills to Mr. Alex F. Sims of Thamesville

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