NameAgnes Longmire Hutchinson
Birth14 Oct 1822, Windermere, Westmorland, England
Death3 Mar 1896, Sydenham, Grey, Ontario, Canada
Burial6 Mar 1896, Owen Sound, Grey, Ontario, Canada
CemeteryGreenwood Cemetery, Owen Sound, Ontario
Cause of deathheart failure
Birth1 May 1818, Stapleton, Cumberland, England
Death5 May 1905, Owen Sound, Grey, Ontario, Canada
Burial8 May 1905, Owen Sound, Grey, Ontario, Canada
CemeteryGreenwood Cemetery, Owen Sound, Ontario
Cause of deathnatural decline of old age
FatherThomas Gillesby (1790-1857)
MotherMargaret Armstrong (1791-1853)
ChildrenThomas B (1847-1920)
 George (1848-)
 John (~1851-)
 Robert (1855-1881)
 Mary Agnes (~1857-)
 Margaret (1857-1907)
 William Bernard (1858-1932)
 Albert Andrew (1862-1952)
 Sarah Ann King (1866-1926)
Notes for Agnes Longmire Hutchinson
From 1896 Owen Sound TIMES newspaper:

Death of Mrs. B. Gillesby

There passed away at her husband's residence on Tuesday March 3rd, one of the most highly respected of Sydenham's pioneer residents in the person of Mrs B. Gillesby. Deceased had been a sufferer for eleven weeks prior to her death, caused by a stroke of paralysis. Mrs Gillesby was born in Westmoreland, England in 1822 and came with her father's family to Canada in 1834, settling first at Lachine, where they resided a few years, then moving to Hamilton when that place was but a hamlet. In 1845 she was married to Mr Gillesby, and together they went to live in Glanford township, shortly afteward coming on to Sydenham, where they since resided and where their family grew up.

Deceased was a devoted member of the Methodist Church and was highly esteemed by all with whom she came in contact. Besides her husband, who is now well advanced on life's journey, there survive her five sons -- Messrs. Thomas at Herman, Minn., George and John of Minneapolis, and William and Albert who reside near the homestead in Sydenham -- and three daughters -- Mrs. T. F. Andrews of Winnipeg, Mrs. E. S. Rosen of Helena, Montana and Miss Gillesby who resides at home.

To the bereaved The Times extends its deepest sympathies.

Source: Thomas Hutchison
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