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Publication: The Daily Times, Moncton add link
Issue: 09 September 1922 p7
Title: Obituary

Mrs. Belmont Hoar

On Monday, Sept.4, 1922, there passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hawke, Victoria, BC, Mrs. Belmont Hoar, aged fifty-one years. Mrs. Hoar was formerly Laura Trenholm, a daughter of the late John Trenholm of Fort Lawrence, NS. She leaves to mourn the loss of a loving wife and mother, a husband, Belmont Hoar, who at one time carried on a successful harness business at Pointe de Bute, NB, but is now residing at Klaskum Hill, Alberta, also three daughters and three sons. Two sons prececeased her, Leslie who was killed at Gallipoli during the war, and Melrose, who died a year ago in Germany from wounds received during the war. The deceased is also survived by her mother, Mrs. John Trenholm, Fort Lawrence, NS, four sisters and two brothers. The sisters are Mrs. Job Fillmore, Port Elgin, NB, Mrs. Edson Chapman, Pointe de Bute; Mrs. David Wells, Tidnish Bridge, NS. The brothers are Clarence and Joseph Trenholm, Fort Lawrence, NS.