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PICKARD o@ca.on.simcoe_county.orillia 1928-09-06 published
The Orillia Packet and Times 6 September 1928
Another of those whose lives have been associated with the early days of Orillia has passed away. Francis Ford GAUDAUR, whose death occurred at this home in Atherley on Tuesday, August 21, was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs Francis GAUDAUR, and was born on Victoria Point in the year 1850. His early life was all connected with Orillia, and like his brother, Mr. Jake GAUDAUR, he was always associated with its water sports. Fifty years ago, he too was regarded as a coming oarsman. Fifty-six years ago he married at St. James Anglican Church to Miss Maria FRANKLIN, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs John FRANKLIN, of Orillia. For a couple of years they made their home at Victoria Harbour, then moved to Sudbury where they remained for twenty years before returning to Atherley. Besides his widow, Mr. GAUDAUR leaves two sons and four daughters. Mr John GAUDAUR of Haileybury, Mrs ZORGER, Sault Sainte Marie, Mrs William EARWALKER Vancouver, Mrs D.J. WEIR, Lancaster California, Mrs F.D. PICKARD, Sudbury, Mr. Chester GAUDAUR, Englewood, California. Another daughter Mrs S. A. EARWALKER died three years ago. There are also twenty-four Grandchildren and five great grand children. Three sisters and one brother remaining are Mrs McPHAIL, of Magwood, New Jersey, Mrs MARTIN, Buffalo, Miss Lydia GAUDAUR and Mr. Jake GAUDAUR, Atherley. The funeral was held on Thursday, August 23, to the church of the Guardian Angels were mass was celebrated by the Rev Father McKENNA. Interment was made in St. Michael's cemetery and the pallbearers were Messrs. A. MERKLEY, F. ANDERSON, Gerald HINTON, Jos. GAUDAUR, George O'CONNELL, H. J. MULVIHILL, W. TIVLIN, and L. WHITNEY. Many Friends from Orillia & the surrounding district attended the funeral, and amongst those coming from a distance were Mrs MARTIN and Mr. and Mrs E. NAVEL of Buffalo, Mrs W. FELLMUTH, of Canal Fulton, Ohio, Mr. D.J. WEIR of Lancaster California, Mr. and Mrs John GAUDAUR and Mrs PICKARD and family of Sudbury.
Reference book 'they came to mara' pages 329 and 331
research contact for this family R. O Wayne HALL
79 Leinster Ave South Hamilton ON L8M-3A4 1-905-545-1414

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PIERCY o@ca.on.sudbury_district.sudbury_star 1923-04-11 published
PIERCY {MURISON} Annie died 1923!
wife of PIERCY Rev Charles
died Sturgeon Falls Sat 7 Apr 1923, survived by sons Charles, Alfred, Reginald, of Sturgeon Falls dtr McGAUGHEY Mrs Charles of North Bay"
Annie born 1854 died 1923 bur Sudbury Anglican cem stone 222
Charles and wife Annie married 1878 @ca.on.wentworth_county.ancaster
Annie 18 with parents Hamilton 1871 census district 024e family 206
MURISON parents Hamilton 1881 census district 149d3 family 0322
Charles 26 and wife Annie 27 Hamilton 1881 census district 149g3 family 0193
Charles 36 and wife Annie 37 Sudbury 1891 census district 095&1/2j family 045
Charles born 1854 and wife Annie born 1854 Sturgeon Falls 1901 census district 092c2.3 family 030
Charles "newspaper editor - Algoma Missionary News" listed in 1903-1904 Sault Sainte Marie business directory

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PIKE o@ca.on.muskoka_district.huntsville_forester 1928-05-10 published
indexed 2002 at Huntsville Public Library

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PINKEY o@ca.on.muskoka_district.huntsville_forester 1920-07-15 published
PINKEY {SHAY/SHEA} Mrs T. Lillian page 8
indexed 1999 at Huntsville Public Library

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