1876 - 1904 (27 years)
Our Ancestors and Their Descendants
Death of Miss Ada Reynolds
It was with deep regret that her many friends learned of the death of Miss Ada C. M. Reynolds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reynolds, Victoria street, who died on Saturday morning. Deceased was in her 27th year, being born on the 12th concession of Innisfil, Nov. 18th, 1876. On July 18, 1899, she entered the Salvation Army work and was stationed in various places, her last appointment being as stenographer in the Montreal office. While there she contracted an illness which compelled her to give up her work nearly two years ago. She was an earnest christian (sic) woman, highly esteemed by all who knew her.
The funeral, which was largely attended, was held on Monday, service at the house and in the Stroud Methodist church being conducted by Staff-Capt. Manton of Toronto, Rev. Robert McKee assisting at the church service. The pall-bearers were, Messrs. O. Redfern, E. Reynolds, T. Patterson, T. Cooper, J. Reynolds, F. Cooper. Among the many floral tributes were: Wreaths from Mrs. S. Elliott and Mrs. Wm. Leonard, officers and soldiers of S. A. [Salvation Army] in Barrie, Brigadier and Mrs. Turner of Montreal, Canadian Order of Chosen Friends; sickle, Mr. & Mrs. D. Cooper, Toronto; crescents, J. Reynolds, Miss Hinds; star, Mr. and Mrs. S. Reynolds and family; anchors, Mickle, Dyment & Son, W. A. Griffiths and family; cross, Melville Cooper; sprays, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. McNabb, Wm. Collins of Toronto, Addie and Wilson Hurst of Toronto, Misses Meredith and Huggard, Miss Pearl Godkin of Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. T. Cavena, Miss Ida Griffiths, Mr. and Mrs. R. Redfern, Mrs. Leece.
Among those present from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Cooper, J. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. S. Elliott, Toronto; Charles and J. Reynolds and Miss S. Reynolds of Penetang; Capt. Mauberville, Collingwood.
- Barrie Examiner, 9 June 1904, p. 5.
October 21, 2023