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He also leaves thirty-six grandchildren and thirty-eight great-grandchildren, all living. They were sisters, and daughters of Thomas Wager, who lives on the bank of the Nappanee river, near to the place where they perished. A life-long resident of the county, a devout Christian and exceptionally well known, her friends were many and all parts of the district were represented at the funeral which was in charge of Rev. and after the poor tired body was at rest, many spoke of the calm, sweet smile that had lingered even through the pangs of death. Morgan, at Tacoma, having received the telegram announcing her passing, just as he was about to enter the pulpit of his church, asked the congregation for permission to change the service and make it a memorial to his sister. George Collins Tremaine Ward, had suddenly passed away at his residence, East St., heart trouble being the cause. Shorey, 151 Robert Street, died in hospital in France on Oct 16 from a wound in the thigh received on Sept 17 while he was helping to bring in the wounded. In place of coming home the fall of 1914 to enter upon his third year of medical work, he came to tell his parents and brothers that he had enlisted and was accepted for overseas service, as a member of the 5, while manfully and cheerfully doing his duty, of rescuing others who had fallen in the fierce of the fight, he, himself received his death wound, from a piece of shrapnel entering his right side and penetrating his lung. You will see I have had a pretty active life and I have been wonderfully preserved, with fairly good health. In politics he was a Liberal, and although not connected with any church, he was a firm believer in Christ, and spent a great many of his later days in reading the Bible. At the same hour of the funeral service here, her brother, Rev. A sad gloom was cast over the community on Friday morning, July 1st, when it became known that Mrs. Walsh, a long and much respected resident of North Fredericksburgh, had passed peacefully away at the Kingston Hospital. Rorke) and three grandchildren Sully, Beverley and Harvey. By these various means he managed to get through College a little better than even with the world, and during the thirty-three years of his residence in Napanee had worked up a large and lucrative practice. Ward was a woman of unusual intellectual powers, a student and lover of nature, and always taking keen interest in current affairs, reading the daily papers until the last few weeks. Always being a lover of nature and an out-door life, at the commencement of his second year at college, in addition to his Arts course he decided to take out a B. At a farewell given him by his friends and the members of his Sunday School class, he assured them he had thoroughly considered the step he was taking, from all its standpoints, and should he not return all was well. Andrew Wild, Madoc, formerly of North Fredericksburgh, died on Monday last, aged eighty-five years. The remains were brought to Napanee yesterday and place in the vault. I may say that when I came on the Bay Circuit we had only one church, on the work; built chiefly by the brothers Parks, assisted by others. Funeral Service from the Chapel on Tuesday at a.m. Friends desiring may contribute to the Charity of their choice. In early life, a member of the Society of Friends, he subsequently left them and frequently they worshiped at the Presbyterians, but after the death of his wife he conformed to the English Church, was baptised by the Rev. Baker, and on Trinity Sunday, 31st May last received confirmation at the hands of His Grace Archbishop Lewis. John's church on Tuesday afternoon and was attended by a large number of the friends of the esteemed family, and the remains were laid to rest besides those of his late beloved partner in life in the family plot where lie also those of two of the three children who preceded him to the grave. David Wilson has been so well know in all these counties for the past two generations that we need say little of him. Wilson was born in Adolphustown in 1810, being a daughter of Samuel and Cynthia Casey; moved to Kingston in 1832 when married to Thomas Wilson, who became an active and prominent citizen and held a high place for over forty years. Wilson of Kingston are surviving members of her family. The family will receive friends at the Wartman Funeral Home, 448 Camden road at Newburgh road, Napanee on Monday, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. In 1891, his wife, a most exemplary Christian woman, was called away, since which he and his faithful daughter, Patience have lived together in retirement. The funeral service and interment were on July 12Wilson, Albert Victor - Suddenly at Tarry Hall, Conway on Monday, July 10, 1978, Albert V. Soules, dear father of William, Kingston; grandfather of William Jr. Even then his mind continued clear and his voice strong as before sickness. It might be said of him as of the aged Charles Wesley, simply that "the weary wheels of life stood still." The Rev. Yesterday the silent messenger visited two homes in Kingston and carried off venerable ladies enjoying the affection of their families and the esteem of a wide circle of friends. They were motherly women, in the true sense devoted to their families, kindly and sympathetic towards friends, and a strength and example in the circles in which they moved: Mrs. Deceased was the mother of a family of eleven children, the first five of whom perished in a fire in 1846, when their home in South Fredericksburgh was burned. Deceased retained all his faculties to the last, and was able to be about the house as usual the day before he died. Wagar had gone out to spend the evening with a neighbor. In 1832 he was appointed a Justice of the Peace and postmaster at Wilton, which office he resigned six months before his death. For many years he was Reeve of Ernesttown, Warden of the United Counties, and later Warden of Lennox and Addington. Warner was married to a daughter of the late Robert Madden, of Ernesttown, who died in 1850. The funeral, a very large one, took place on Wednesday, Rev. The premier frequently, with Lady Macdonald, visited Mr. The funeral services were conducted by the rector of St. He was a leading Conservative and for a time was president of the liberal conservative association. The surviving sons are Allen of North Fredericksburgh; George, of South Fredericksburgh, and Dr. The cause of his death was evidently heart failure. Wagar was born in the Township of South Fredericksburgh, where he spent most of his days, coming to Napanee a few years ago to reside with his son. During their absence the house took fire and on their return it was reduced to ashes, their five children perishing in the flames. Jacob Wagar passed peacefully away yesterday morning aged seventy-nine years. Later he was married to a daughter of the late Col. His mercantile and farming business always commanded his close attention and oversight, and as a consequence he amassed considerable wealth. She leaves to mourn her loss her husband, two brothers and two sisters. 'Allie' - Peacefully, at the Lennox and Addington County General Hospital, Napanee, on Saturday, November 27, 1993, in her 93rd year, Allie Lloyd of RR 2 Napanee, beloved wife of the late Roy Wagar; dear mother of Walter, RR 2 Napanee; Jean Peck, Amherstview; Dalton, Kingston, Beverly, Amherstview; Shirley Kirby, Peterborough; and Allan deceased; sadly missed by many grandchildren, great and great-great grandchildren. Of his large and respectable family of children - twelve in all - six sons and three daughters survive him, five of whom, viz., Knox, Solomon, Samuel, Patience and Samantha were present at the funeral. Gertie Buttle, Kingston; Frederick, Dorland; Herbert and Walter, Kingston. His strength began then to give way, but it was only for a couple of weeks he was confined to his room. Wilson had lived in Kingston for over half a century, had worshiped throughout in the same church, and each died in the homes of the children and grandchildren, having survived their husbands. Wagar she came to the River Road, North Fredericksburgh to reside which has been her home ever since. Her death will be learned with sincere regret, by her many friends. He had been ailing for many weeks, his exceptionally robust constitution resisting the inroads of disease while it could, but at last giving way under the weight of years. Williams was born in Adolphustown on the 27th August, 1812, and 58 years ago moved to Bath where he resided until the day of his death, following the blacksmith's trade, in which, being an expert workman and most industrious, he was always successful. Until three or four weeks ago he continued active, and his genial face and cordial greeting were familiar on our streets, as at almost any time for the past half century.
Roy Earl Wagar, of Sillsville, and leaves his parents and three brothers, Walter, Dalton and Beverley, all of Sillsville, and two sisters, Mrs. He was always a strong and hearty man, never requiring the service of a doctor until his last illness, which occurred about two months ago. He is now in his jubilee year as a Methodist minister, and it is somewhat singular that his first sermon from a text was preached from the same pulpit in the early winter of 1845 (the Old Park's church, on Hay Bay, now torn down). His name and influence are cherished; he was eminently fruitful in his ministry.
Deceased was a staunch liberal, and in his younger days took a deep interest in the affairs of his native township, and sat at its council board. Wagar predeceased him eight years, and out of a large family of eleven children there now remain but four, Dr. Deceased leaves an aged husband in his eighty-fifth year, three sons and one daughter, who mourn a loving mother and devoted wife. The funeral took place from his late residence on Wednesday afternoon, and was conducted by Rev. Bartlett, the interment being in the Napanee Cemetery. He was carried to his final resting place adjoining his late residence by the following pall bearers who were among his warmest personal friends; Cat.
Wagar, Napanee, Allan Wagar, South River Road, George, on the homestead, and Mrs. No doubt many of the old residents will recall the sad calamity that befell Mar. Wagar in the loss of five of their children by fire over forty years ago. Only a couple of months ago he took out a twenty-year endowment life policy with the Crown Life company, of which Mr.
James Everton Wagar, a well known citizen of Napanee was instantly killed. He only breathed a few times after being relieved from the weight of the building. Last year his wife died, of consumption, and soon after their only child also died.
Deceased was a strong and healthy man, just apparently in the prime of life, and in his 25th year.