Holgate, Myrtle Alice

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Holgate, Myrtle Alice

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  • Windsor, Myrtle Alice

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1893-1977

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Myrtle Alice Windsor was born on May 28, 1893 at Oak Lake, the daughter of Bidwell Windsor and Lily Sarles. She was educated at Marsh Hill School and Stirling High School. Myrtle was organist at Carmel United Church, west of Stirling, for two years. She was married to Charles Arthur Holgate on December 29, 1915 in Sidney, Hastings County. They set up a grist and saw mill in Cannifton in 1921, selling it in 1953. In 1962 Mrs. Holgate became a charter member of the United Church Women. She died on November 11, 1977.

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Death notice appears in The Intellligencer, November 11, 1977.
Obituary appears in The Intelligencer, November 24, 1977.

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Bird, Maribeth Lillian (1930-2009)

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Bird, Maribeth Lillian

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Holgate, Myrtle Alice

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