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Metcalfe, Ontario, Canada (Osgoode) - 1897 - DROPPED DEAD.


Mr. William F. Campbell, and old and respected merchant of Metcalfe, Ont., dropped dead in his home yesterday afternoon from what is supposed to be a stroke of apoplexy. Mr. Campbell had suffered a few days previously from muscular rheumatism, but his death was entirely unexpected.

The deceased was 66 years of age and a native of Canada. he leaves a wife, one son and an adopted daughter. The son, Mr. William Campbell, is a prosperous farmer of Manitoba, and the daughter is wife of Mr. William Surtees, a farmer of Osgoode.

The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon to the Baptist church, Metcalfe. Rev. Mr. McQuarrie will officiate at the service.


The Ottawa Journal
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
October 30, 1897

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