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Morewood Presbyterian Cemetery, Dundas County, ON

Thressa MOTT
1824-1900
Thomas E. Coulthart Died Apr. 24, 1899 Aged 70 Yrs. 6 Mos. & 7 D'Ys.
Thressa Mott His Wife Died Feb. 18, 1900 Aged 75 Yrs. 3 Mos. & 16 D'Ys



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Thressa MOTT   1824-1900
Thomas E. Coulthart Died Apr. 24, 1899 Aged 70 Yrs. 6 Mos. & 7 D'Ys.
Thressa Mott His Wife Died Feb. 18, 1900 Aged 75 Yrs. 3 Mos. & 16 D'Ys

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Thressa MOTT   1824-1900
Thomas E. Coulthart Died Apr. 24, 1899 Aged 70 Yrs. 6 Mos. & 7 D'Ys.
Thressa Mott His Wife Died Feb. 18, 1900 Aged 75 Yrs. 3 Mos. & 16 D'Ys


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