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Lanark Era
Lanark, Ontario, Canada

Wed., Oct 3, 1900

In Dalhousie, Sat. Sept. 29th, at the home of her nephews, Messrs. Johnston and William Stone, Mrs. James Grady, aged 80 years. Born in County Derry, Ireland, the former Sarah Stone, she emigrated to Canada when young and settled in Perth. She married Jas. Grady in Toronto and moved to Buffalo, NY, where her husband was killed while unloading a cargo of wheat. Being without children she returned to Lanark, and for the last ten years she lived in Dalhousie. Burial in Lanark cemetery, on Tuesday.

Submitted by cml

New Zealand Tablet, 11 October 1900
Irish News.
CORK.—Death of a Youghal Priest in America—Keen sorrow was felt in Youghal at the death of one its best and most gifted sons, the Rev. John C. Ahern, who passed away at Minneapolis in the prime of his life. Father Ahern came of a well-known family, which had given its best members to the sacred ministry for the advancement of God's cause.
Submitted by dja


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