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Name Sex Occupation Spouse's Name (Sort by Surname) Year of Death Age at Death Cause of Deathsort descending
Patrick, Mr. Thomas C. Male Druggest, etc. 1860 38 Fever
Price, Mr. Richard C. Male Clerk 1872 27 Fistula
Price, Mrs. Mary Female 1875 73 General break-up
Paterson, Mr. Peter Male Former hardware merchant 1908 74 General break-up
Parsons, Rev. Henry Martyn Male Pastor emeritus of Knox Church 1913 84 General break-up
Powis, Rev. H. D. Male Retired Congregational Minister 1901 83 General break-up
Philp, Miss. Mary E. Y. C. Female 1904 72 General break-up
Priestman, Mr. Joseph Male Broker, etc. 1892 51 General break-up
Parkinson, Mr. Charles Pye Male Accountant Lucy Ann Parkinson 1910 86 General break-up
Parsons, Mr. William Male Farmer 1862 78 General breaking up
Pellatt, Mr. Henry Male Ex-Broker 1909 79 Had been paralysed
Pearson, Mr. Arthur Male Estate agent 1915 53 Hardening of arteries
Porter, Mrs. Lena Harris Female George D. Porter 1957 83 Heart attack
Parks, Mr. Herbert William Male Stockpost 1909 25 Heart disease
Pearson, Mr. John F. Male Estate agent 1892 48 Heart disease
Parnell, Mrs. Mary Female 1866 60 Heart disease
Philp, Mr. Richard Male Coffin-maker 1902 69 Heart disease
Preston, Rev. James A. Male 1877 45 Heart disease
Patton, Hon. James Male Collector of customs 1888 60 Heart disease
Platt, Mr. Samuel Male Retired brewer 1887 74 Heart disease
Paterson, Mr. James Male Formerly of Thomas May and Company, Fancy Goods 1913 74 Heart failure
Page, Mr. George Shepard Male Distiller of ammonia, etc. 1892 52 Heart failure from La Grippe
Pearcey, Mr. William James Male 1863 14 Inflammation of bowels
Pocknell, Mr. R. T. Male Confectioner 1875 42 Inflammation of lungs
Punshon, Mr. William Morley Male Emmanuel, Methodist Minister 1881 57 Inflammation of lungs
Partridge, Mrs. Annie Frances Female 1919 63 Influenza
Pratt, Mr. W. H. Male Lumber merchant 1905 76 Kidney and bladder disease
Perry, Capt. Charles Male Insurance agent 1885 57 Kidney disease
Pepler, Mr. James Male Leather merchant 1890 63 Kidney disease
Philips, Rev. A. M. Male Methodist Minister 1896 50 Kidney disease
Parker, Mr. J. L. Male Tavern-keeper 1872 51 Kidney disease
Parsons, Mr. Albert Male Carpenter 1886 40 Killed by falling from scaffold
Patton, Mr. William Male Retired grocer 1893 65 Killed by trolley car
Pipon, Mr. C. A. Male Agent, White Star Line 1906 52 Killed in railway accident at Salisbury, Engalnd.
Pearson, Mr. Marmaduke Male Ex-Dry goods 1897 82 La Grippe
Passmore, Mr. Frederick F. Male Provincial Land Surveyor 1892 68 La grippe
Pudsey, Mr. Amos Male Tailor 1859 53 Liver complaint
Paterson, Mr. Thomas Male Ex-dry goods merchant 1912 97 Old age
Pudsey, Mr. Abel Male 1860 88 Old age, etc.
Plumb, Mr. T. S. Male Barrister 1885 35 Overwork
Potter, Mr. Charles Male Optician 1899 68 Paralysis
Pearson, Mr. R. Male Clerk 1860 65 Paralysis
Pyper, Mr. George A. Male Merchant 1894 76 Paralysis
Pearson, Rev. John Male Rector, Holy Trinity 1910 81 Paralysis
Purkess, Mrs. Irene Edith Female 1909 61 Paralysis
Pearson, Mr. Charles Robert Male Superintendent, Gas Company 1907 44 Paresis
Parkinson, Mrs. Lucy Ann Female C. P. Parkinson 1909 80 Pneumonia
Parsons, Mrs. Mary Ann Female Alfred Parsons 1918 77 Pneumonia
Preston, Mr. Duncan Male Commercial traveller 1904 40 Pneumonia
Patterson, Mr. Thomas C. Male Postmaster 1907 70 Pneumonia

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