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Hilda Rhoda Thompson Knickle
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Birth: 1898
Nova Scotia, Canada
Death: Nov., 1979
Nova Scotia, Canada

Chronicle Herald - Monday, 26 November 1979 - Page 24 -

Mrs. Hilda Rhonda Knickle -

Conquerall Mills - Mrs. Hilda Rhoda Knickle, 80, of Conquerall Mills, Lunenburg County and formerly of Big Lots, Lunenburg County, died Saturday in the Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Cornwall, she was the daughter of the late Arthur and Devilla Judith (Eisnor) Thompson. Surviving are five sons, Byron, Wileville; Walter, Maitland; Arthur, Pine Grove; Arnold, Blockhouse and Harry, Calera, Okla.; three daughters, Mildred (Mrs. Angus Wamboldt), Bridgewater; Marguerite, Halifax; Blanche (Mrs. Stanley McCarthy), Conquerall Mills; one sister, Mrs. Olive Corkum and one brother Maurice, both of Cornwall; 21 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband Ernest. The body is at the Wamback Memorial Chapel, Bridgewater where funeral service will be held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m., Rev. Gregory Moore officiating. Burial will be in the family plot, Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse. Flowers from the immediate family only. Donations may be made to the Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater.

Thanks to Richard Noble. 
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  Ernest Charles Knickle (1900 - 1968)*
*Calculated relationship
Garden of Rest Cemetery
Lunenburg County
Nova Scotia, Canada
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Hilda Rhoda <i>Thompson</i> Knickle
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