Obituaries G – J

The Canadian Practioner, 1893, vol. 18, pg. 239

Dr. C. Stewart Grafton died at the residence of his father, in Dundas, March 7th, from phthisis, after a long and tedious illness, at the age of 32. He was educated in the Toronto School of Medicine, received his degree of M.D. from Victoria in 1883, and became a Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh, the latter part of the same year. He practised for some years in Toronto, until failing health compelled him to give up work. He was in all respects an admirable type of a man and a physician. He was successful in practice, and beloved by all who knew him intimately. He leaves a wife and one child.

Tilsonburg Observer and Farmers Fireside Companion, Nov. 1, 1900

Passed way After a Brief Illness

The death occurred on Friday (Oct. 26) of Henry George Green of the 8th conc. of Bayham, after a short illness from typhoid fever. On Tuesday the 16th instant Mr. Green was in Tilsonburg, but was not feeling well and consulted a doctor. He was then told he had the fever and returned home. He was 33 years of age. A wife and two young childen survive him. Six brothers, James, Walter, William, Clarence, Arthur also survive him and one sister, Mrs. Frank Crooker.

He was a member of the A.O.U.W. and was insured in that society for $1000.

The funeral took place on Sunday and was conducted by the Society, about fifty members bing present. The funeral sevice was conducted by Rev. Mr. Laycock of Courtland, who is a member of the A.O.U.W. The interment was made in the town cemetery.

A number of beautiful floral offerings were placed on the casket among them being an anchor and shield from the A.O.U.W. and a wreath and cross from the family.

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