ARBOUR Amanda Alexina

ARBOUR Amanda Alexina

F 1897 - 1952  (54 années)

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  • Nom ARBOUR Amanda Alexina 
    Naissance 4 oct 1897  Waubaushene,,Simcoe County,Ontario,Canada, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu 
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    Sépulture mai 1952  Waubaushene,,Simcoe County,Ontario,Canada,St. John's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Waubaushene, Waubaushene, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu 
    Décès 5 mai 1952  Waubaushene,,Simcoe County,Ontario,Canada, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu 
    Cause: Cerebral Hemhorrhage 
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    • As shared by Rena (HOPKINS) ARBOUR in Sep 2006, "Mandy used to keep a big drawer full of toys -- some of them even really good toys, expensive toys -- left by some of the visitors during the summer. We would go over there and she would let the kids play with them. Lawrence would go through the drawer and take out all the toys and then would find something very simple to play with."

      Toronto Star (ON) -- 8 May 1952
      MRS. ANTHONY O'HARA DIES AT WAUBAUSHENE
      Waubaushene -- 8 May -- A widely known member of a pioneer family in this district, Mrs. Anthony O'Hara, 55, who died suddenly at her home "Bonnie View" Monday, was buried in St John's Cemetery today. Pallbearers were five brothers and a cousin: Edward, William, Henry, Arthur, Sydney, and Ernest "Ty" Arbour. Rev. J. McDonough celebrated requiem mass at St John's Roman Catholic Church. Born in Waubaushene, Mrs. O'Hara, formerly Amanda Arbour, attended schools here. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Arbour, who survive and who last year celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary with 10 of their 13 children. Two weeks ago, Mr. and Mrs. O'Hara observed their 33rd wedding anniversary. Survivors in additionto her husband are three sons, Charles, Thomas, and William of Bonnie View, and three daughters, Mrs. Henry Whitehead and Miss Peggy O'Hara of Waubaushene and Mrs. Grenville Nimens of Wayne, MI. Besides her five brothers, Mrs. O'Hara is survived by four sisters, Mrs. Norman Ward, Windsor, Mrs. George Malcolm, Collingwood, and Mrs. William McGuire and Mrs. Kenneth Lewis, Toronto.

      Collingwood Enterprise Bulletin (ON) -- 22 May 1952 -- pg 3C, section 2
      MRS. ANTHONY O'HARA
      A widely known member of a pioneer family in North Simcoe, Mrs. Anthony O'Hara, 55, who died suddenly at her home "Bonnieview," Waubaushene, Monday, 5 May, and was buried in St John's Cemetery 8 May.Pallbearers were five brothers and a cousin: Edward, William, Henry, Arthur, Sydney, and Ernest "Ty" Arbour. Rev. J. McDonough celebrated the requiem mass at St John's Roman Catholic Church. Born in Waubaushene, Mrs. O'Hara, formerly Amanda Arbour, attended schools there. She was thedaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Arbour, who survive and who last year celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary with 10 of their 13 children. Two weeks ago, Mr. and Mrs. O'Hara observed their 33rd wedding anniversary. Survivors in addition to her husband are three sons, Charles, Thomas, and William of Bonnieview, and three daughters, Mrs. Henry Whitehead and Miss Peggy O'Hara of Waubaushene and Mrs. Grenville Nimens of Wayne, MI. Besides her five brothers, Mrs. O'Hara is survived by four sisters, Mrs. Norman Ward, Windsor; Mrs. George Malcolm, Collingwood; and Mrs. William McGuire and Mrs. Kenneth Lewis, Toronto.

      Unknown Newspaper -- May 1952
      MRS. ANTHONY O'HARA
      The result of a stroke, Amanda O'Hara, well-known proprietress of Bonnie View Hotel near Port Severn, passed away at her home, 5 May 1952. She was 55-years old. Born Amanda Arbour in Waubaushene, shewas married in 1919 to Anthony O'Hara and for many years had worked with him at managing the summer resort hotel. She was a member of the Roman Catholic Church. Mrs. O'Hara is survived by her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Frances Nimens, Mrs. Reta Whitehead, and Miss Peggy O'Hara; and three sons, Charles, Tom, and Bill. Also surviving are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Arbour, Waubaushene; five brothers, Henry, William, and Edward Arbour of Toronto, Arthur, Waubaushene, and Sid, Tecumseh; and four sisters, Mrs. G. Malcolm, Collingwood, Mrs. N. Ward, Windsor, Mrs. K. Lewis and Mrs. W. McGuire, Toronto. Funeral service was conducted in Waubaushene by Father McDonough, 8 May, with interment in Waubaushene. Pallbearers were cousins, Ernest "Tye" Arbour, andthe five brothers of the deceased. Relatives and friends attending the service came from Tecumseh, Windsor, Wayne, MI, Homestead, PA, Toronto, and Collingwood.
    ID personne 7059I  ARBOUR-HARBOUR FAMILLES-FAMILIES
    Dernière modif. 17 sept 2017 

    Père ARBOUR Magloire "Alphonse",   n. 19 nov 1868, Saint-Alphonse-Rodriguez,,Lanaudière,Quebec,Canada, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu,   d. 24 mars 1955, Toronto,,York County,Ontario,Canada, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  (âge 86 années) 
    Mère EMOND Marie-Claudia,   n. 22 jan 1872, Notre-Dame-du-Lac,,Bas-Saint-Laurent,Quebec,Canada., Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu,   d. 1 mars 1954, Toronto,,York County,Ontario,Canada, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  (âge 82 années) 
    Mariage 31 août 1891  Waubaushene,,Simcoe County,Ontario,Canada, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu 
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    ID Famille 406308U  Feuille familiale  |  Tableau de famille

    Famille O'HARA Anthony,   n. 1896,   d. 1960, Waubaushene,,Simcoe County,Ontario,Canada, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  (âge 64 années) 
    Mariage 21 avr 1919  Waubaushene,,Simcoe County,Ontario,Canada, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu 
    Type: Religious marriage 
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    Dernière modif. 17 sept 2017 
    ID Famille 413971U  Feuille familiale  |  Tableau de famille

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    AMANDA ARBOUR 1897-1952 ET ANTHONY O'HARA 1896-1960,St John's Catholic Cemetery in Waubaushene, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada.jpg
    AMANDA ARBOUR 1897-1952 ET ANTHONY O'HARA 1896-1960,St John's Catholic Cemetery in Waubaushene, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada.jpg

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    ARBOUR AMANDA ALEXINA (1897-1952)
O'HARA ANTHONY (1896-1960)
    ARBOUR AMANDA ALEXINA (1897-1952) O'HARA ANTHONY (1896-1960)
    ARBOUR AMANDA ALEXINA (1897-1952)
    O'HARA ANTHONY (1896-1960)