Person:William Gordon (94)

m. 23 Dec 1842
  1. William Gordon1861 - 1917
  2. Robert Munroe Gordon1863 - 1939
  • HWilliam Gordon1861 - 1917
  • WMary Dark1849 - 1939
m. 31 Mar 1886
Facts and Events
Name William Gordon
Gender Male
Birth[1][3] 1861 Grey, Huron, Ontario, Canada
Marriage 31 Mar 1886 Grey, Huron, Ontario, Canadato Mary Dark
Death[1][4] 10 Jan 1917 Niagara Falls, Welland, Ontario, Canada
Burial[1] Brussels, Huron, Ontario, CanadaBrussels United Cemetery
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Memorial 143543193, in Find A Grave.

    William Gordon
    Birth: 1861
    Death: 1917
    Burial: Brussels United Cemetery

  2.   Canada. 1901 Census of Canada. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada)
    Ontario; 73=Huron East, C7=Brussels, Page 9, 1901.

    L01, Gordon, William, head, born ----, age --
    L02, Gordon, Mary, wife, 31-Dec-1849, age 52
    L03, Gordon, Annie, niece, 23-Dec-1889, age 11

  3. Canada. 1911 Census of Canada. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada)
    Ontario; ??=Huron East, 26=Brussels, Page 5, 1911.

    L34, Gorden, William, head, born 1861, age 50
    L35, Gorden, Mary, wife, born Dec-1849, age 61
    L36, Dank, Rebecca, sister, born Sep-1848, age 62

  4. Obituary - William Gordon, in Brussels Post
    18 Jan 1917.

    Wednesday of last week Wm. Gordon, formerly of Brussels, passed away at Niagara Falls, aged 56 years. The remains were brought to Brussels for interment, the funeral being held last Monday afternoon from the home of his brother-in-law, Wm. Dark, service being conducted by Rev. A. J. Mann. Mr Gordon was born at Cranbrook and was married to Miss Mary Dark, of the same locality, who survives her husband. They lived in Brussels for 10 to 12 years. Cause of death was pneumonia. Mr. Gordon had been ill for about 4 weeks. Deceased was a carpenter by trade and a good mechanic and well known in the community. He was a member of Court Cranbrook, C.O.F. and the funeral was under their direction. Mrs. Gordon and Garfield and Mrs. McDonald and son accompanied the remains to Brussels. Sympathy is tendered Mrs. Gordon in her bereavement.