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Herbert Inglehart


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Herbert Inglehart, B Nov 28, 1866. D 1959. Oldest son of William Cyrus Inglehart and Eleanor McLaren. He married Margaret Elvira Coverdale Apr. 10, 1900.
He was born November 28, 1866,Palermo, Halton Co. Ontario, died September 03, 1959, St. Joseph's Hospital, Guelph, Ontario.

He was always very proud of the fact that he was "a year older than Canada."

-HEADSTONE: " In loving memory of Margaret Elvira Coverdale, wife of Herbert Inglehart, February 24, 1867 - March 8,1912, also his wife, Eleanor
Lovina Rose, September 16,1874 - April 27,1954. Herbert Inglehart - 1864 (sic) -1959. Daughter Jean E. Inglehart, 1901 - 1958, daughter E. Marion (Hicks) Durrant 1907 - 1992". Buried in Palermo United, Trafalgar Township, Nelson County.

- OBITUARY; (newspaper clipping) HERBERT INGLEHART

Funeral service was held for Herbert Inglehart, 92,of Guelph, who died at St. Joseph's Hospital. Internment was in Palermo Cemetery. He was one of the leading farmers and cattle breeders in Trafalgar Township
and played an important part in municipal affairs at the turn of the century. He was closely associated with the work of the United Church at Palermo and was superintendent of the Sunday School. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Eleanor Lavina Rose, in 1954, and is survived by four daughters: Mrs. M. Durrant, Guelph; Mrs. R.J. Kelly, North Bay; Mrs. R.H. Finlay, Lindsay; Mrs. G. Standon, Brantford;
15 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.

- "Electors of Trafalgar. Your vote and influence are respectfully solicited for Herbert Inglehart as Councillor for 1899. If chosen as your representative
I will conscientiously give my best judgment and endeavor to do all matters that may belong to the office. Election --Monday, Jan. 2nd, 1899." ( a card in Herbert Inglehart's papers)

- December 16, 1952 - "The United Church Christmas party was held in the church rooms on Tuesday evening. Mr. M. Durrant of Guelph showed moving pictures for the children and Santa was on hand to hand out the
gifts. Mr. H. Inglehart of Guelph was able to present prizes to those saying the most memory verse during the year." (newspaper clipping - Herbert Inglehart's papers.)

- From the Star, May 29, 1908..... "Herbert Inglehart of Merton has 50 acres of clover without a bare spot, and already it is nearly a foot high. The
prospects for wheat and hay have never been better for years." (Newspaper clipping from Herbert Inglehart's scrapbook)

- " Herbert Inglehart was re-elected worthy patriarch of the Palermo division, Sons of Temperance,No. 143. Mr. Inglehart has held the office for several
years. The division was formed in 1850" (clipping in Herbert Inglehart's scrapbook dated January 6,1930)

1881 Canadian census - occupation going to school, age 14, German origin Census Place: Trafalgar, Halton, Ontario, Canada Source: FHL Film 1375893 NAC C-13257 Dist 150 SubDist C Div 1 Page 51 Family 243

1901 Can census - Automated Genealogy ON HALTON (#68) Subdistrict: Trafalgar i-5 Page 5
http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/DisplayPagePanb.jsp?
id=34349&highlight=25
21 51 Ingleheart Herb M Head M Nov 28 1867 34
22 51 Ingleheart Margret F Wife M Feb 24 1868 33

-from the Globe - Friday, January 28, 1890, page 07 News.. Herbert Inglehart was a delegate when the Liberals elected their candidate.

BRITISHHOMECHILDREN-L Archives http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/BRITISHHOMECHILDREN/2001-
02/0982889459
Vol. V. July 2nd, 1900. No. 4 25 cents
Boys who came to Canada in 1897
Bowell, Joseph George
Mr. Herbert Inglehart
Merton

From the Collection of Ruth Baldwin Inglehart Kelly

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Herbert Inglehart, B Nov 28, 1866. D 1959.
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TTOIIMA0001
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Trafalgar Township Historical Society
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English
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.50011 Longitude: -79.78293
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Herbert Inglehart


Herbert Inglehart, B Nov 28, 1866. D 1959. Oldest son of William Cyrus Inglehart and Eleanor McLaren. He married Margaret Elvira Coverdale Apr. 10, 1900.
He was born November 28, 1866,Palermo, Halton Co. Ontario, died September 03, 1959, St. Joseph's Hospital, Guelph, Ontario.

He was always very proud of the fact that he was "a year older than Canada."

-HEADSTONE: " In loving memory of Margaret Elvira Coverdale, wife of Herbert Inglehart, February 24, 1867 - March 8,1912, also his wife, Eleanor
Lovina Rose, September 16,1874 - April 27,1954. Herbert Inglehart - 1864 (sic) -1959. Daughter Jean E. Inglehart, 1901 - 1958, daughter E. Marion (Hicks) Durrant 1907 - 1992". Buried in Palermo United, Trafalgar Township, Nelson County.

- OBITUARY; (newspaper clipping) HERBERT INGLEHART

Funeral service was held for Herbert Inglehart, 92,of Guelph, who died at St. Joseph's Hospital. Internment was in Palermo Cemetery. He was one of the leading farmers and cattle breeders in Trafalgar Township
and played an important part in municipal affairs at the turn of the century. He was closely associated with the work of the United Church at Palermo and was superintendent of the Sunday School. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Eleanor Lavina Rose, in 1954, and is survived by four daughters: Mrs. M. Durrant, Guelph; Mrs. R.J. Kelly, North Bay; Mrs. R.H. Finlay, Lindsay; Mrs. G. Standon, Brantford;
15 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.

- "Electors of Trafalgar. Your vote and influence are respectfully solicited for Herbert Inglehart as Councillor for 1899. If chosen as your representative
I will conscientiously give my best judgment and endeavor to do all matters that may belong to the office. Election --Monday, Jan. 2nd, 1899." ( a card in Herbert Inglehart's papers)

- December 16, 1952 - "The United Church Christmas party was held in the church rooms on Tuesday evening. Mr. M. Durrant of Guelph showed moving pictures for the children and Santa was on hand to hand out the
gifts. Mr. H. Inglehart of Guelph was able to present prizes to those saying the most memory verse during the year." (newspaper clipping - Herbert Inglehart's papers.)

- From the Star, May 29, 1908..... "Herbert Inglehart of Merton has 50 acres of clover without a bare spot, and already it is nearly a foot high. The
prospects for wheat and hay have never been better for years." (Newspaper clipping from Herbert Inglehart's scrapbook)

- " Herbert Inglehart was re-elected worthy patriarch of the Palermo division, Sons of Temperance,No. 143. Mr. Inglehart has held the office for several
years. The division was formed in 1850" (clipping in Herbert Inglehart's scrapbook dated January 6,1930)

1881 Canadian census - occupation going to school, age 14, German origin Census Place: Trafalgar, Halton, Ontario, Canada Source: FHL Film 1375893 NAC C-13257 Dist 150 SubDist C Div 1 Page 51 Family 243

1901 Can census - Automated Genealogy ON HALTON (#68) Subdistrict: Trafalgar i-5 Page 5
http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/DisplayPagePanb.jsp?
id=34349&highlight=25
21 51 Ingleheart Herb M Head M Nov 28 1867 34
22 51 Ingleheart Margret F Wife M Feb 24 1868 33

-from the Globe - Friday, January 28, 1890, page 07 News.. Herbert Inglehart was a delegate when the Liberals elected their candidate.

BRITISHHOMECHILDREN-L Archives http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/BRITISHHOMECHILDREN/2001-
02/0982889459
Vol. V. July 2nd, 1900. No. 4 25 cents
Boys who came to Canada in 1897
Bowell, Joseph George
Mr. Herbert Inglehart
Merton

From the Collection of Ruth Baldwin Inglehart Kelly