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John Alfred Carruthers born July 1, 1934, youngest son of the late Norman and Gladys (Mills) Carruthers of Melbourne, Ontario passed away peacefully at St. Marys Memorial Hospital on Sunday, July 8, 2018.
John is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 61 years Emma (Stacey) Carruthers, beloved father of Jeff (Heather) Carruthers and grandchildren Cameron, Ryan and Stephanie, son-in-law Ian (Deana) Donen and grandchildren Nicholas, Sydney and Remy. He was predeceased by his precious daughter Susan Donen, brothers and sister-in-law Harry, Leonard and Donna Carruthers and his in-laws Bert and Ruby Stacey (Weir). He is survived by sister-in-law Ruth Carruthers, many in-laws, nephews, nieces and their families.
John was a successful businessman and respected community leader. He moved to Stratford in 1953, after graduating from Westervelt College in London, and worked as a sales manager for G.L. Griffith & Sons Limited. In 1975 he founded Cavalier Equestrian Supply Ltd, with his partner Ron Gray. His many business trips nurtured a love for travel, experiencing new cultures and building friendships with business colleagues around the world. After many years of growth and success at Cavalier, he retired in 1996 but continued to manage a small storage business until 2010. John was a very active member of his community. He was President of the Stratford Kinsmen Club (1966-67), Deputy Governor (1968-69), District Co-Ordinator (1969-70) and National Kinsmen Co-Ordinator (1973-74). He was also President of the K-40 Club and the Stratford Country Club (1984). In recent years he was an active member of the Rotary Club and particularly enjoyed volunteering on the Aquabox and Hockey committees. He was made a Paul Harris Fellow of the Rotary Club for his many contributions. He also delivered Meals on Wheels, drove pre-school children locally and Cancer patients to London for treatment. He was a faithful member for many years at the former St. John's and now Avondale United Church and served for several years on the Board of Trustees. His many hobbies included travelling, golfing, curling and playing bridge with Emma and their many dear friends. He loved reading about business, politics and personal biographies.
The funeral service will be held at Avondale United Church, 194 Avondale Ave., Stratford on Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 2 p.m. with Reverend Keith Reynolds officiating. Visitation will take place from 2-4 pm and 7-9 pm on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at W.G. Young Funeral Home, 430 Huron St., Stratford. 519-271-7411 www.wgyoungfuneralhome.com. As expressions of sympathy, memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Perth County, the Rotary Club of Stratford Aquabox, Avondale United Church or a charity of your choice.
|Carruthers, John Alfred (I8158)
OTTAWA, Canada -- Kyle Donald Lorimer, 23, passed away peacefully and surrounded by his loving family on February 11, 2013.
Cremation has taken place in Canada and a memorial service will be held at Newcomb Presbyterian Church at a later date.
Kyle was born in Ontario, Canada, on September 21, 1989. He was always such an interesting child and became somewhat of a lone wolf in his teen years which continued on into his adult life.
Kyle worked as a construction worker and also worked for the city of Ottawa, Ontario. He played soccer, enjoyed hockey and recently became a fan of classic rock.
Kyle is survived by his sister, Kristin Lorimer and her fiancé Jake Schaapveld of Muscatine; his father and stepmother, Don and Dawn Lorimer of Davenport; his mother, Kimberly and special friend Frank Testi; his grandfather, David Marth; his grandparents, Donna and Mervin Bauer of Brussels; his niece, April Lang, nephew, Josh Gaffney, and stepsister and husband, Nicole and Rob Gaffney, all of Davenport; and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Kyle was preceded in death by his loving grandparents, Bud and Eileen Lorimer and Nancy Marth.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to First Midwest Bank as they have set up a trust in Kyle's name. The family of Kyle Lorimer wishes to thank all of the amazing nurses and doctors at Ottawa General Hospital in Ontario, Canada.
|Lorimer, Kyle Donald (I10167)
(Velma) Irene Stephens
STEPHENS, (Velma) Irene - Passed away on April 11, 2012 at St. Marys Memorial Hospital in St. Marys in her 103rd year born on January 21, 1910. Wife of the late Theodore Stephens. Mother of Maxine Kernick (Wilbur). Proud grandmother of Marlene Dinsmore (Scott) and great grandmother of Julia. Also survived by sister-in-law Margaret Mossey and many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by two sisters and three brothers. She will always be remembered for her wit and kindness. Family and friends are invited to the St. Marys United Church, 85 Church St. S. St. Marys, on Friday, April 13, 2012 for visiting from 10 am to 11 am, at which time the Funeral Service will be conducted at 11 am with Rev. Pirie Mitchell officiating. Cremation to follow.
|Mossey, Irene Velma (I12198)
August 30, 1923 - January 12, 2016.
Carman Bragg, age 92 quietly passed away in his sleep during a short stay at University Hospital. He was a loving husband, devoted father and good neighbour survived by Clara, his wife of over 66 years and sons Allen, Rod, Jim, Ken, Rob and Tony. Also daughters-in-law Sue and Carolyn, six grandsons, one granddaughter, three granddaughters-in-law, four great-grandchildren as well as many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by daughter-in-law Pearl. Family and friends are invited to the Andrew L. Hodges Funeral Home, 47 Wellington St. South, St. Marys (519-284-2820) on Saturday, January 16, 2016 for visitation from 1 p.m. until the time of the Funeral Service at 2 p.m. Interment in St. Marys Cemetery. Donations to Alzheimer Society or Friendship Centre appreciated. Online condolences at www.hodgesfuneralhome.ca. Carman worked as a farmer in Blanshard Township for many years and then at Domtar until he retired. He was a 30 year member of the I. O. O. F., regularly volunteered for the Cancer Society and was on the Board for Kingsway Lodge. He enjoyed fishing, travelling, crokinole, shuffleboard and improving the old family home. Carman was a member of the Living Rock Church at this time. Carman will be remembered well. Thank you all.
|Bragg, Arthur Carman (I12476)
Erleen Mae Willows was the fiancé of Pvt Arthur Phillips (find a grave #127778585). Arthur was a British Home Child and sadly he was murdered on July 14, 1940. Arthur is buried in the same cemetery as Erleen.
|Willows, Earlene Mae (I21203)
HAYNES, Gerance "Gery" - Peacefully and with dignity, with family at his side, at St. Marys Memorial Hospital on Sunday, October 7, 2012, Gerance C. “Gery” Haynes of St. Marys, age 63 years. Beloved husband of Sharon (Weeks) Haynes for 41 years. Loving father of Kevin Haynes and Chris Woodhouse, Rob Haynes and Reade Haslam all of Stratford. Lovingly remembered by grandchildren Justis and Taegan and their mother Angela Haynes, as well as grandson Atticus Haslam. Much loved son of Helen Haynes-Doupe of St. Marys and the late Hugh Haynes and the late Ivan Doupe. Dear brother of Bill Haynes and Beverley of Rannoch, Ruth Thomson and Brian of Mitchell, Glenn Haynes and Mary of Stratford, Paul Haynes and Sandy of Dublin. Dear son-in-law of Erma Weeks of St. Marys and the late Bob Weeks. Dear brother-in-law of Linda Robinson and Bruce of Willow Beach, Shirley Pite and Brian of Sarnia, Gordon Weeks of St. Marys, Barbara Jane Askey and Wally Lorie of London. He is sadly missed by aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and many friends. He was predeceased by a brother-in-law Bill Weeks. At Gery’s request cremation has taken place. A visitation for family and friends will be held at L.A. Ball Funeral Chapel, 7 Water St. N., St. Marys, on Thursday, October 11, 2012 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment at a later date.
|Haynes, Gerance C. (I15152)
Obituary of Baby James Ronald Becker-Simpson
BECKER/SIMPSON: Jenna Becker and Ron Simpson are saddened by the unexpected passing of their baby son “James Ronald”. Precious baby brother of Jillian. Loved and will always be remembered by Grandparents John and Mary Becker of Dashwood, Ron and Karen Simpson of Kirkton. Great Grandparents Barb Hearn of Exeter, Doris Simpson of Kirkton and Harold Greenfield of London. Also loved and will be missed by many aunts, uncles and cousins. A private funeral service for immediate family will be held at the T. Harry Hoffman & Sons Funeral Home, Dashwood. The Rev. Marvin Bublitz Officiating. If desired, memorial donations (payable by cheque) to LHSC – NICU or charity of choice would be appreciated by the family.
|Becker-Simpson, Ronald (I17400)
Obituary of Marybel Janet Edye
Mom's wishes were honoured and fulfilled as she passed away at home in St. Marys with family at her side. She was very fortunate to have her health her entire life. During the past months, Mom had a brief illness as her heart could no longer keep up to her pace.Marybel is the daughter of the late Johnny and Marjory Hotson. Sister to John and Irene Hotson of Avonbank , Elizabeth and the late Tom Fairbairn of Stratford. Born February 15, 1929 on a stormy winter's day on the kitchen table of their Avonbank home. Mom graduated from Normal School in Stratford in 1949. Her elementary teaching career took her to Blanshard Township, Timmins, Holy Name in St. Marys and St. Patrick's in Dublin. For her many students, I'm sure you would like to know that Mom actually failed grade 10, as she only got a 49 in Latin. This just made her stronger as she learned to love the fine art of Grammar. Believe us, Mom is probably still silently correcting not only our grammar, but this obituary as well. Mom loved to travel. She was blessed to have health and an adventurous spirit which took her around the world. Some favourites being New Zealand and Ireland, where she attended Trinity College. She was blessed to see all of Canada, except for Labrador, but she figured it would be a lot like Newfoundland so that was OK. Mom loved her animals so much. They made her complete. She loved tending to her many flower beds on her beautiful grounds. She looked forward to spending time with her friends at the Friendship Centre and her newfound Thamesview United Church family in Fullarton. She also had many strong family ties that she maintained with the Edyes, Hotsons and McIntoshs. A daily crossword never went undone, as she continued to enjoy just days before her departure. Jeopardy and The Wheel of Fortune will never be the same without her. Mom is predeceased by her husband Donald "Buck" Edye (1982). Mother to Frank and Trish (van de Wetering). Granny to their children Sarah (Danny Hemstock), Calvin and Joe. Great Granny to Ben and Jack. Janet Edye, her children Will and Breanna Thomson. Joanne and Don Stroud, their children Jordan and Scott. Joyce and Bryan Hutton, their children Jack and Grace. Also predeceased by her brothers and sisters-in-law Vernon and Jean Edye of Hespeler, Frances and Bill Bodenham of St.Marys and mother-in-law Verna Edye. Cremation has taken place as to Mom's wishes. She also expressed her wishes for a Musical Hour with the Gees Gees to take place at AVONBANK UNITED CHURCH, at Line 16 and Road 134, on Saturday, November 24, 2018 at 10:30 a.m., followed by fellowship and food. Private Burial to take place at Avonbank Cemetery.Transportation will be available to and from Mom's service. Please call 519-284-3645 and leave your name and number if in need of a ride. If able, please honour Mom's request with donations to The Salvation Army Food Bank. We thank friends and family for their gifts of time, visits, food, flowers, cards, phone calls and prayers. Mom cherished the love and compassion everyone showed.
|Hotson, Marybel Janet (I20022)
Obituary: At St. Marys Memorial Hospital on Saturday, March 10, 2007 William (Bill) C. Waghorn of Kirkton in his 78th year. Beloved husband of Gwendolyn (Gwen) (Dobson) Waghorn. Dear brother-in-law of Leona Jaques of Exeter. Dear uncle of Yvonne and John Elliott and Dalton and Sandy Jaques and great-uncle of Leanne and Andrew Elliott and Charlsey and Kelsey O’Rourke. Also survived by many cousins. Predeceased by a brother-in-law Clifton Jaques. Bill operated the Kirkton Market Store for many years. Friends may call at the Haskett Funeral Home, 370 William Street, Exeter on Monday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. The funeral service will be held at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Kirkton on Tuesday, March 13th at 2 PM with Rev. Dr. Dalice Sim officiating. Spring interment St. Paul’s Anglican Cemetery, Kirkton.
|Waghorn, William Charles (I11762)
Pauline Marguerite (nee Jones) Ulch
ULCH, Pauline Marguerite (nee Jones) - Peacefully with family by her side at Alexandra Hospital on Friday, October 19, 2012 in her 92nd year. Beloved wife of the late Mark Ulch (1989). Loving mother of Judy Ryan (Bud 2004), Doug, Ron (Linda), Jim (Judy), David (Linda), Paul, Jack (Marilyn). Cherished grandma of 17 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Dear sister of Geraldine Westover, Margaret McLean (Murdock), Gerry, Bob (Diane) and sister-in-law of Grace Shepley and Delight Heyrman (Roger). Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by grandchildren Billy, Wayne, Leanna and sisters Lily and Nina. Friends will be received at the McBEATH-DYNES FUNERAL HOME 246 Thames Street South, Ingersoll Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 pm. The funeral service will be held from the funeral home on Monday, October 22, 2012 at 1:30 pm with interment to follow in Ingersoll Rural Cemetery.
|Jones, Pauline Marguerite (I15327)
Robert (Bob) Dobson
DOBSON, Robert (Bob) - Peacefully, at his residence, on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, of London and formerly of Usborne Township, in his 78th year. Beloved partner of Margaret Reid. Dear father of Terri Parsons, and Lynne Dobson both of Goderich, and Rodney Dobson of Seaforth. Dear grandfather of Marissa and Kaylie Dobson. Bob will be missed by Marg's children Heather and Brian Romphf of Parkhill, and Lori Kelly (and the late Craig) of Ilderton, and their families. Dear brother and brother-in-law of Rosemary and Bill Schaefer of St. Marys, Sandra Dobson of Exeter, and Joyce Dobson of Clinton. Predeceased by his son-in-law Mike Parsons, sister Christine Eveleigh and her husband Allan, and brothers Ross and Larry. Friends may call at the HASKETT FUNERAL HOME , 370 William Street, Exeter (1 street west of Main) on Friday from 9:30 - 10:30 AM, where the funeral service will be held on Friday, May 15th at 11 AM with Bob Heywood officiating. Interment Exeter Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Make-A-Wish Foundation or the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated by the family. Condolences may be forwarded through www.haskettfh.com.
|Dobson, Robert Earl J. (I12035)
|12||"Mayflower" Passenger||Hopkins, Giles (I14140)
|13||"Mayflower" Passenger||Fisher, Elizabeth (I14142)
|14||"Mayflower" Passenger||Williams, Elizabeth (I14144)
|15||"Mayflower" Passenger||Hopkins, Oceanus (I14148)
|16||"Ontario Marriage Registrations": Leeds & Grenville County, 1862, Page 68, "Return by Hugh NICHOLS, Minister, Regular Baptist Church, William HANNAH, 22, Canada, Co Huron? Osborne, s/o William & Margaret HANNAH; married Sarah L. STINSON, 18, Canada, Kitley, d/o John & Nancy STINSON; witn Rhoda NICHOL, Bastard, 30 Jan 1862." Sarah's husband William was killed on 1 March 1871 by a cave-in in a mine in Silver City, NV and is buried in the Gold Hill Cemetery in Silver City.||Stinson, Sarah Jane (I13441)
|17||"Our Baby" on cemetery marker||Selves, Clyde William (I516)
|18||(a widow) ... previously married to a Carson or Parsons?||Brown, Emma (I6577)
|19||----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 04/11/1918|
Selves, Elmer (21 OCT 1862 - 7 APR 1918)
Elmer Selves, who lived east of the city (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.), died Sunday at the hospital in Eau Claire, following an operation on Saturday for ulcers of the stomach.
He was born at Buffalo, N.Y. Oct. 21, 1862, being the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Selves. He came with the family to Pleasant Ridge when he was three years old. Here he grew to manhood and was married to Miss Emma Randall Nov. 11, 1882. Later they moved to a farm near the city, which he carried on and also worked at the mason trade. He was a good workman, an honest upright citizen, a fair and conscientious man in all his dealings with his fellow men. He was a kind husband and father, and an accommodating neighbor. He was for many years a prominent member of the Odd Fellow Lodge and the Modern Woodmen.
He leaves a wife and two sons, Byron and Hugh; also an aged mother, four brothers: Thomas, Richard, William and Edward Selves, and one sister, Mrs. Estelle Snyder, of Neillsville.
The funeral was held at the home Sunday under the auspices of the Eastern star, of which Mrs. Davis was an honored member. Rev. G.W. Longenecker also assisted in the services.
|Selves, Elmer (I8364)
|20||----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 9 Nov. 1939|
Selves, Mildred (Marriage - 4 Nov. 1939)
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Selves announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Mildred, R. N., to William T. Ormond, Saturday, November 4, 1939, at 8:30 p.m. at Milwaukee. Both are employed in that city, Mrs. Ormond at Deaconess Hospital and Mr. Ormond at Edwards Motor Company.
Mr. *Ormand is the son of William *Ormand, Neillsville, Wis.
Rev. K. A. Haessel of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church officiated and the wedding took place at the parsonage in the presence of the bride’s mother and a few friends of the young couple.
Mrs. Ormond was graduated from the school of nursing at Deaconess Hospital, Milwaukee, in September.
|Selves, Mildred Myrtle (I8431)
|21||008339-00 (Huron Co): Thomas J. CHAPPEL, 30, evangelist, Canada, Blanshard, s/o John CHAPPEL&|
Elizabeth COOPER married Alvina SWITZER, 27, teacher, d/o Mrs. A. H. HANLEY.Wit: Sidney
CHAPPEL ofWoodham and Carrie SWITZER of St. Mary's. December 28, 1899 atWoodham Usborne
|Family: Thomas J. Chappel / Alvina Switzer (F2220)
|22||008346-00 (Huron Co): Whiteford L. SWITZER, 24, farmer, Blanshard, same, s/o Fletcher D. SWITZER & Eliza DOUPE married Minnie E. SAWYER, 19, Blanshard, Usborne, d/o Aaron SAWYER & Sarah HAZELWOOD. Wit: William J. SAWYER and Mrs. W. J. SAWYER, both of Winchelsea. January 2, 1900 at Usborne||Family: Whitfield Leroy Switzer / Minnie Elizabeth Sawyer (F846)
|23||016560-24 (Perth Co) Hugh DALRYMPLE, 27, farmer, Hibbert Twp, Hibbert Twp, s/o William DALRYMPLE (b. Hibbert Twp) & Jean STEWART married Ellen Irene DOW, 30, housework, Hibbert Twp, Hibbert Twp, spinster, d/o William DOW (b. Hibbert Twp) & Eliza Jane LOVE, witn: Wilbur Roy DOW & Edna Innes DALRYMPLE both of Cromarty Ontario, 25 June 1924 in Cromarty.||Family: Hugh Dalrymple / Ellen Irene Dow (F5120)
|24||016572-24 (Perth Co) William John FLOOD, 35, farm laborer, Ireland, Cromarty, widower, s/o James FLOOD (b. Ireland) & (mother’s name not known) married Mary Ellen RUSSELL, 39, domestic, Fullarton Twp, Cromarty, spinster, d/o James L. RUSSELL (b. Fullarton Twp) & Mary CORNISH, witn: R. GRAHAM & Ethel U. BALFOUR both of Cromarty, 3 September 1924 in Cromarty.||Family: William John Flood / Mary Ellen Russell (F5147)
|25||018084-27 Oscar Carswell CUTHILL, 23, farmer, McKillop twp, McKillop twp, s/o John CUTHILL (b. Ontario) & Mary SCOTT married Rowena May PRIDHAM, 24, Fullarton twp, Fullarton twp, d/o Jasper PRIDHAM (b. Ontario) & Nettie ROSS, witn: Mrs. S. P. ARMSTRONG & Mrs. H. L. BENNIE both of Mitchell, 1 October 1927 in Mitchell.||Family: Oscar Carswell Cuthill / Rowena May Pridham (F2004)
|26||018348-14 Howard Nelson BALFOUR, 24, druggist, Fullarton, Toronto, s/o William G. BALFOUR & Mary E. BAKER married Vera Margaret Charlotte HAZLEWOOD, 21, Usborne, Kirkton, d/o David HAZLEWOOD & Charlotte J. SHIER, witn: Martyn D. BALFOUR of Toronto & Nellie A. HAZLEWOOD of Kirkton, 19 May 1914 in Kirkton||Family: Howard Nelson Balfour / Vera Margaret Charlotte Hazlewood (F1184)
|27||1 child||Passmore, Sarah Lelia (I9461)
|28||1 child||Bacheller, Angela Nozessvo (I9477)
|29||1 unidentified daughter died in infancy||Reed, Jean (I3069)
|30||10 children||Morley, William Lorne (I9224)
|31||10 children||Family: Oscar Dunwreath Sargent / An Barker Laird (F4219)
|32||11 children||Davis, Raymond O'Neil (I10410)
|33||11 children||Family: William Fockler / Theresa Thornton (F2828)
|34||12 children||Seviour, Sarah (I7831)
|35||12 children||Family: Henry Francis / Elizabeth Towell (F4553)
|36||14 children||Family: George McLeod / Catherine Cameron (F3698)
|37||15 children||Doupe, Flossie Salome (I4376)
|38||16 children||Ferrier, Sarah (I7873)
|39||18238-27 Alvin Irvin McCURDY, 35, farmer, Usborne twp., same, s/o Archie McCURDY, b. Usborne & Kathryn Jane KAY, married Emma Pearl FOSTER, 28, domestic, Usborne twp., Blanchard twp., d/o David FOSTER, b. England & Mary LEGG, witn: Mrs. Nesbitt RUSSELL of St. Marys & Herbert FOSTER of Science Hill, 29 Jan 1927 at Blanchard twp||Family: John David Foster / Mary Ann Legg (F4547)
|40||18293-27 Orville Roy SAWYER, 21, farmer, Blanchard twp., Fullarton, s/o John SAWYER, b. Woodham & Anne ROY, married Helen Adair PEEBLES, 20, clerk, St. Marys, Blanchard, d/o James A. PEEBLES, b. Paris & Mamie L. ANDERSON, witn: Doris Madeline & Glenn Ivan SAWYER of Science Hill, 7 Nov 1927 at Blanchard twp||Family: Orville Roy Sawyer / Helen Adair Peebles (F135)
|41||1911 Census list a daughter Bernice May born May 1906||Hazlewood, George A. (I274)
|42||1st husband: Robert John "Bob" Barton (1910-1967), married 1931. They had 7 children, 3 of whom were deceased as of 2016, some [*] linked below:|
• Kenneth Robert "Fox" Barton* (1931-2002), buried in Lakeview Cemetery, Sarnia ON, married Charlotte "Pat" McLeod
• Thomas Frederick Barton* (1939-2016), buried in Chilliwack Cemeteries, Chilliwack BC, married Sally Jayne Campbell
• Darlene Barton Adlam (1943-2009), buried in Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery, Ayton ON, married Milford T. Adlam
2nd husband: Kenneth W. Dow (1927-2004), buried in Roy's Cemetery, Fullarton Township (with his parents). Velma's name is also on Kenneth's marker, but without dates.
Cemetery database has name as "Velma Mae Dow" (Dow is 2nd marriage)
Velma's obituary has birthplace Trowbridge, Perth County, but marriage record has Grey Township, Huron County. Birth registration not yet accessible
|Smith, Velma Mae (I21598)
|43||1st wife of John Bibby, Jr.||Family: John Bibby, Jr. / Dorothy M. Wrysdale (F5639)
|44||2 children||Family: Norman Leigh Douyette / Gladys Marie Selves (F3419)
|45||2 children||Family: Joseph Cooper / Gertrude Vivian Douyette (F3469)
|46||2 children||Family: James Henry King / Julia Brown (F3613)
|47||2 children from this marriage||Family: Carl Larkin McKnight / Frances Louise Johnson (F3438)
|48||2 sons||Family: Peter Brown / Lucy Ann King (F3617)
|49||2 sons died in infancy||Klewer, Elizabeth (I8447)
|50||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Fraser, Keith (I1172)