Deaths - From the Carleton Place Canadian


On Saturday morning, April 29, Mrs. W. J. Bowland passed peacefully away at the advanced age of ninety-four years, her countenance radiant with the hope of meeting Him her Lord and Master whom she faithfully served while here on earth. The deceased Evangeline E. Bolton was the daughter of the late Henry Ferris Bolton, and Ann Singleton, and was born at Portland, on the Rideau, on April 23, 1856. In January 1887, she married William J. Bowland, and came to live in Ramsay Township, where she spent her entire married life. Mrs. Bowland was of a very cheerful disposition; she was a faithful member of St. John's, church, Innisville and while health permitted took an active part in all its organizations, serving one time thirteen years, Dorcas Secretary of the Women's Auxiliary. She was confined to her home for several years past and was seriously ill from December 1949. The funeral was held from her late home on Monday afternoon, April 24, at 2:30 p.m., to St. John's church, where the Rev. A. Godwin conducted the services. The subject of his short talk was "Paradise." The hymns were "0 for a Closer Walk with God," "How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds." and "How Bright Those Glorious Spirits Shine." The pallbearers were: Thos. Warren, 0. H. Dezell, Cecil Weir, Norman Shannnon, Hiram Dowdall and T. E. Rathwell. Internment was made in the family plot in the adjoining cemetery. She was predeceased by her husband in October, 1944 and a daughter, Myrtle (Mrs. G. W. Weir) in February, 1945. She is survived by one sister, Miss L. V. Bolton, of Ramsay, and three sons and three daughters - Byron, Norman, and Mabel (Mrs. W. G. Rothwell), of Carleton Place. Ont.; Lillian (Mrs, F. T. Richardson), of Windsor, Ontario, Beatrice and Harvey at home. Among the friends and relatives attending the funeral from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lester, Cobden: Mr. Jas. McGuire, Gananoque: Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bolton, Ottawa; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goodfellow, Westport, Mr. Jas. Bolton and Mrs. Wills, Perth and Mrs. Bert Sargeant, Lanark; Mr. and Mrs. George McMullen, Merrickville; Miss Ida Hutchings, Newboro; and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Chant, Portland. The floral tributes were: Baskets from: Mr. and Mrs. Keith Morphy, Mr. Ernest Rothwell, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kilfoyle; Mrs. T. A. Rothwell and Susie and Mr. and Mrs. A. Sheppard, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rothwell , Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Rothwell, The Neighbours: Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Gardiner, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rathwell, Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Dezell, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Dowdall, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dowdall, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Redpath, Mr. EIisha Dowdall, Mr. and Mrs. Herb. Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sample, Mr. and Mrs. H. Seabrooke, the Douglas family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dowdall; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Weir, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Mort. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Harwood McCreary, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dezell, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon James, Mr. Thos. and Miss K. Warren. Sprays: Mrs. Lena Drummond, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Drummond, Mrs. Wm. Stewart and Mr. Fred Stewart; Mr. and Mrs. Chamney Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. (no more)