Mr Joseph Brown, senr., died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs Smith, at Hominy Point, on Friday, and was buried at Ebenezer cemetery on Saturday. Deceased, who was 86 years of age, lived for many years in the Pitt Town district. Rev. J. D. Brown carried out the burial service, and Mr Chandler conducted the funeral arrangements.
Source: Windsor and Richmond Gazette 3 Aug 1912
107. Emily M L Grono
Mrs Bob Eggleton. daughter of Mr W. Grono, has been dangerously ill with fever. She is still under the care of a Windsor doctor, and Mrs Eggleton's many friends hope soon to bear of her complete restoration to health.
Source: Windsor and Richmond Gazette 7 Oct 1899
Robert Eggleton, a very popular
native of the Hawkesbury district, died at his home, Pitt Town, early on Tuesday
morning, the cause of death being heart failure. The late Mr. Eggleton was 59
years of age, and a son of the late Robert Eggleton, who carried on a
wheelwright business in Richmond for many years. The subject of this notice
married Miss Emily Grono, who survives him, with three children, the eldest 18
and fhe youngest 8 years of age. A brother-in-law, Ephraim Grono, died recently,
and good Bob Eggleton who was much attached to Ephraim felt his death keenly.
The remains were interred in the Presbyterian cemetery at Ebenezer on Wednesday
afternoon, the remains being conveyed to their last resting-place by water. Rev.
D. Baird conducted the burial service, and Mr. Chandler carried out the funeral
Source: Windsor and Richmond Gazette 5 Jan 1917