|Birth: ||Apr. 9, 1874|
|Death: ||Nov. 10, 1937|
It was with profound regret the friends in this district learned of the sudden death of John Charles Hambleton, the call coming on Wednesday, Nov. 10th, 1937, in the Ottawa Civic Hospital, following an illness of three weeks duration and despite the best medical aid.
The late Mr. Hambleton was born in Mongenais, Que., on April 9th, 1874 a son of the late John Hambleton and his wife Hannah Sargareson. In 1896 he married E. Annie Hope and in 1901 they removed to Breadalbane where he remained till his death.
The funeral service was conducted at his home on Friday, by the Rev. N. MacCausland assisted by Rev. C.K. Mathewson. The favorite hymns of the deceased were sung. "When The Roll is Called Up Yonder", "What A Friend We Have In Jesus", "In The Sweet Bye and Bye".
The pallbearers were Messrs. A.J. MacLaurin, Gordon Cains, MacNab Campbell, Alex. MacLeod, J.W. Hambleton and Joe Hambleton.
Let to mourn his loss are his sorrowing widow, 2 sons and 2 daughters, Earl of Philadelphia; Starr, at home; Mrs. Duncan Morrison, Dalhousie Mills and Thelma, at home, also two grandchildren, Ruby and Donald Morrison. A daughter Mabel predeceased him two years ago.
Friends from a distance present at the funeral were Mrs. James R. Hambleton, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hambleton, Mr. John Hambleton, Smith Falls; Messrs. George and Phillip Hambleton, Vineland; Miss Naomi Hambleton, Miss Sproule, Mr. Taylor, Ottawa.
Interment was made in Greenwood Cemetery.
Easette Annie Hope Hambleton (1874 - 1956)
Mabel Hambleton (1898 - 1935)*
Earl Hambleton (1903 - 1988)*
Starr Hambleton (1909 - 1963)*
Thelma Hambleton (1914 - 1944)*
John Charles Hambleton / Born April 9, 1874 — Died Nov. 10, 1937 / His wife / Easette Annie Hope / Born Aug. 9, 1874 — Died March 25, 1956
/ Mable Hambleton / Born March 9, 1898 — Died Sept. 21, 1935 / Thelma Hambleton / Born Jan. 31, 1914 — Died Sept. 29, 1944
Prescott and Russell United Counties
Created by: Ian Baker
Record added: Jan 08, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 83155036
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