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Niagara Falls Village News

[Welland Tribune, 30 April 1897]

The community were pained to hear of the death of Mrs. Monroe of Stamford, and daughter of the late Mr. Fisher. Deceased lived for many years with her uncle, the late James Oswald, from which place she was married to Mr. Monroe. A sorrowing husband and three sons and three daughters survive-Carleton, Frank, John, Lena, Eva and May Monroe. The youngest child is about twelve years of age. Mrs. Monroe ws seized with a severe pain in the head about two weeks ago, and on Thursday of last week became unconscious, sinking slowly till death. The remains will be interred at Stamford burying ground today, funeral from the family residence at 2 p.m. Rev. Mr. Wilson of Drummond Hill will conduct the service. The heartfelt sympathy of all is extended to the deeply bereaved family.

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