|DAVIS, James I.
(Abt 1870-Bef 1944)
DAVIS, James I.
James married Ida May MANZER, daughter of John McGregor MANZER and Hannah Springer RAMSEY. (Ida May MANZER was born about 1875 in West Oxford, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada, died on 11 Mar 1944 in Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada 1 and was buried in Mar 1944 in Harris Street Cemetery, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario.)
Ingersoll Tribune (Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada). Surety: 4. DEATH NOTICE: MRS. IDA MAY DAVIS PASSES AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS A widely known resident of West Oxford [township], Mrs. Ida May Davis, widow of James I. Davis, passed away at Alexandra Hospital, on Saturday evening. She had been seriously ill about a month and was in her 69th year. For many years Mrs. Davis was a well known vendor at the Ingersoll market and for the past year she had been engaged at war work at Woodstock. Born in West Oxford [township], she had been a lifelong resident of the district and had made for herself a large circle of friends who deeply regret her passing. Left to mourn her passing are two sons, Clarence of Ayr, and Ewart at home; two brothers, James and George Manzer, of Woodstock; and two sisters, Mrs. Clara Budd, West Oxford [township]; and Mrs. Willard Thomas, Ingersoll. The funeral was held from the Fred S. Newman Funeral Home, on Tuesday afternoon with service at 2:30 o’clock conducted by Rev. David Alexander of Salford. There was a large attendance of friends and relatives at the service, and the beautiful floral tributes also testified to the esteem in which deceased was held. Temporary entombment took place at the Ingersoll Mausoleum. The pallbearers were Verne Budd, Wilbur Budd, Albert Budd, Wesley Cuthbert, George Thomas and George Witty.