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Obituary of Mrs. Ada Hill


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Mrs Ada Hill Died In Hospital
Oakville – A well known resident of the Palermo area for many years, Mrs Ada Hill died on Saturday, in Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Hill, who was a Palermo correspondent for the Journal until several years ago, had been a resident of Halton Centennial Manor for the past three years. Born in Waterloo county, she lived for some years with her parents on a farm north of Palermo before moving into the village. Her husband, Boyce Hill, died about 40 years ago.
Mrs Hill was an accomplished pianist, and used to play at dances and social gatherings in the Palermo district. She was also a keen euchre player, and won a great number of prizes. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Charlotte Waterbury of New York, and by three nephews, George, Harold, and Ronald Wettlaufer. A sister, Mrs Etta Christner, died three years ago. The funeral will be at 2 pm Tuesday from the funeral chapel of S.S. Russell and Son to Palermo United Church Cemetery. Rev. John D. Staples of Palermo United Church will officiate.
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.43341 Longitude: -79.78293
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Obituary of Mrs. Ada Hill


Mrs Ada Hill Died In Hospital
Oakville – A well known resident of the Palermo area for many years, Mrs Ada Hill died on Saturday, in Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Hill, who was a Palermo correspondent for the Journal until several years ago, had been a resident of Halton Centennial Manor for the past three years. Born in Waterloo county, she lived for some years with her parents on a farm north of Palermo before moving into the village. Her husband, Boyce Hill, died about 40 years ago.
Mrs Hill was an accomplished pianist, and used to play at dances and social gatherings in the Palermo district. She was also a keen euchre player, and won a great number of prizes. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Charlotte Waterbury of New York, and by three nephews, George, Harold, and Ronald Wettlaufer. A sister, Mrs Etta Christner, died three years ago. The funeral will be at 2 pm Tuesday from the funeral chapel of S.S. Russell and Son to Palermo United Church Cemetery. Rev. John D. Staples of Palermo United Church will officiate.