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Notes for William HUNT


One of his daughters married R.J. Brown and lived in Detroit as of 1948.

He passed away at the home of his son William Aubrey.

His obiturary:

WILLIAM HUNT (Jan 28, 1948) - Impressive tribute to the memory of William Hunt, who died on Thursday morning at the home of his son, W. Aubrey Hunt, Pakenham, was paid Saturday afternoon at his funeral, which was held from his home to St. Andrew’s United Church . Services at the church, and graveside were conducted by the pastor, Rev. Harold A. Turner. Included in the numerous floral offerings were tributes from Lorenz Schruder Co. Inc., Queen Village , New York , Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Parsons, Detroit Among those who attended from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Brown, Detroit , Richard of Floral Park, N. Y., Stanley of Toronto, also friends from Quyon, Smiths Falls , Ottawa , Arnprior, Almonte and surrounding district. Pallbearers were Messrs. Erwin Boyle, Henry Hudson, Fred Hutchison, T. S. Shaw, William Connors and George Comba. Interment was made in the Union cemetery. Mr. Hunt, who would have observed his 94th birthday on February 9, this year, was born in Fitzroy township, son of the late Robert Hunt and his wife, the former Ellen Latimer on September 5, 1854 . He married sixty years ago, the former Sarah Ann May, who predeceased him in 1930. To them was born a family of eleven children, five of whom survive. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. R. J. Brown, Detroit, Mich.; four sons, W. Aubrey Hunt, Pakenham; Percy Hunt, North Battleford, Sask.; Richard Hunt, Floral Park, N. Y., and Stanley Hunt, Toronto, He was a blacksmith by trade and a member of St. Andrew ‘ s United Church , Pakenham. About 27 years ago, he went to Pakenham to reside. He is the last member of a family of eight children.



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