Cal 1832 - 1913 (~ 81 years)
||John Guthrie |
||CALC 18 May 1832
||, Ayrshire, Scotland 
|Eby ID Number
||23 Aug 1913
||South Dumfries Twp., Brant Co., Ontario, Canada 
|Cause: Cause: Injury to Head from Fall (7 days) |
||26 Aug 1913
||Ayr Cemetery, Ayr, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada 
||6 Oct 2020 |
||David Guthrie, b. 1790, , Scotland , d. 28 Oct 1834, , Ontario, Canada (Age 44 years) |
||Margaret Wyllie, b. 1794, , Ayrshire, Scotland , d. 22 Nov 1884, Blenheim Twp., Oxford Co., Ontario, Canada (Age 90 years) |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||Elizabeth Morton, b. CALC 17 Apr 1840, Ayr, North Dumfries Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada , d. 1 Aug 1928, Galt (Cambridge), Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada (Age ~ 88 years) |
||26 Apr 1864
||, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada 
| ||1. Margaret W. Guthrie, b. 1864, Blenheim Twp., Oxford Co., Ontario, Canada , d. 28 Sep 1902, Paris, Brant County, Ontario, Canada (Age 38 years)|
| ||2. Mary Smith Guthrie, b. 1867, South Dumfries Twp., Brant Co., Ontario, Canada , d. 15 Jan 1951, Blenheim Twp., Oxford Co., Ontario, Canada (Age 84 years)|
| ||3. Elizabeth Guthrie, b. 1870, d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||4. John Morton "Morton" Guthrie, b. 8 Sep 1882, South Dumfries Twp., Brant Co., Ontario, Canada , d. 23 Jan 1971, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada (Age 88 years)|
||7 Oct 2020 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- In Loving Memory Died At "Rosedale Farm," on Saturday, August 23rd, at 12.30 o'clock, P.M., John Guthrie, In his 82nd year. The Funeral Will take place from his late residence, Lot 38, Con. 6, South Dumfries, on Tuesday, August 26, at 2.30 p.m., to Ayr Cemetery. Friends and acquaintances will please accept this intimation.
Waterloo Historical Society Death Notices Collection - photocopies
Another Pioneer Gone
In the passing of Mr. John Guthrie, who died at his late residence on Saturday, August 23, from the effects of a fall from a load of grain a week prior to his decease, the home loses a good, kind loving husband and father, and the church and community one of the best of men, and one of the most familiar and friendly personalities. Well and widely known, and highly esteemed for his sterling qualities of character, he held an honored place among his fellowmen, and belonged to that class of people that exalteth a nation and who have helped very largely to give Canada its prestige among the leading nations of the world. He was one of the most prosperous farmers in the district. Always busy, work became the habit of his life, and the summons to rest found him on duty. Mr. Guthrie will be very much missed in the community and in Stanley Street church, Ayr, where he was want to worship so faithfully, as a member, for nearly seventy years. Mr. Guthrie was a native of Ayrshire, Scotland, and when yet a lad of two years came with his parents and other members of their family to this country in the year 1834, taking up residence n the old homestead farm, now occupied by Mr. Thos. Guthrie. A few years later Mr. John Guthrie removed to the township of Blenheim, where he and his brother Robert jointly owned and farmed lot No. 2, in the 8th con. In 1864 Mr. Guthrie married Miss Elizabeth Morton and established their first home on the farm, holding sacred its early baptismal scriptural name "Goshen," now occupied by Mr. James E. Black. In 1870 Mr. Guthrie purchased what is known as the "Rosedale Farm," where he resided until his decease. Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie were given four children three daughters and one son, viz.: Mrs. James A. Edgar, (deceased); Mrs. G. D. Black, "Wilton Farm," Ayr; Mrs. D. Scott, Galt, and Morton at home. The sympathy of the entire community goes out to Mrs. Guthrie and family in this their time of sad bereavement and sorrow. The funeral, which was very largely attended, took place on Tuesday afternoon, at 2:30 p.m., the services at the house and grave being conducted by deceased's pastor, the Rev. D. I. Ellison, assisted by Rev. W. M. Grant. The pallbearers were all nephews of deceased, viz.: William Guthrie, Henry Guthrie, John D. Guthrie, George Guthrie, Thos. Guthrie and William Manson.
The Ayr News Aug 28 1913 pg 8
- [S367] Cemetery - ON, Waterloo, Ayr - Ayr Public CC#4489 Internet Link .
[Front/East] James A. Edgar/ died Sept. 18, 1930/ In his 69th year/ Margaret W. Guthrie,/ wife of/ James A. Edgar/ died Sep. 28, 1902/ In Her 38th year/ Christena McCormick/ his wife/ died May 13, 1938/ In Her 73rd year/ Edgar [A] Mother [B] Father [C] Mother
[Right/North] Wm. Wallace Edgar. 1890 - 1959
[Back/West] J. Morton Guthrie/ 1882 - 1971/ Olive B. Marshall his wife/ 1888 - 1968/ John Guthrie/ 1832 - 1913/ Elizabeth Morton/ his wife/ 1840 - 1928/ Guthrie.
[D] Olive Bell/ Guthrie. [E] John Morton/ Guthrie [F] Mother [G] Father
- [S116] Vit - ON - Death Registration.
Name: John Guthrie Gender: Male Birth Year: abt 1832 Birth Place: Scotland Age at Death: 81 Death Date: 23 Aug 1913 Death Place: Brant, Ontario, Canada
- [S4] Vit - ON - Marriage Registration.
Name: Elizabeth Morton Age: 23 Birth Date: abt 1841 Birth Place: Canada Marriage Date: 26 Apr 1864 Marriage County or District: Waterloo Father: Robert Mother: N Smith Spouse :John Guthrie Spouse's Age: 31 Spouse Birth Date: abt 1833 Spouse Birth Place: Scotland Spouse Residence: Blenheim Township Spouse Father: D Spouse Mother: Mgt Wyllie Residence: Dumfries Township
|Born - CALC 18 May 1832 - , Ayrshire, Scotland
|Immigration - 1834 - , Canada
|Married - 26 Apr 1864 - , Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada
|Buried - 26 Aug 1913 - Ayr Cemetery, Ayr, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada