Exeter Times-Advocate, Ontario, Canada 29 Dec 1949
Exeter Times-Advocate, 29 Dec 1949."Mrs. Thomas Harvey Mrs. Thomas Harvey, a well known and highly esteemed resident of Exeter, passed away on Friday at the home of her son, Ernest, in her eighty-third year. Mrs. Harvey had been ailing only a short time, having suffered a slight stroke a couple of weeks previously and apparently was on the mend when she again took ill and passed away. She was born in Usborne Township, her maiden name being Almira Perkins. Following her marriage to Mr. Harvey, they farmed in Usborne. About 1892 they moved to Exeter where Mr. Harvey, with his brother, the late Joseph Harvey, purchased the Exeter grist mill, which was operated as the Harvey Brothers Mill for thirty years. Mr. Harvey passed away in December 1938.(incorrect year) Mrs. Harvey in earlier life was an active member of the womens organizations of James Street United Church. Surviving are one son, Ernest, and three daughters, Mrs. A. E. Buswell, of Exeter, Mrs. Mildred Batson, of London, and Mrs. Ethel White, of Victoria, B.C.; also one sister, Mrs. Honor Johnston, of Auburn. The funeral was held from the Dinney funeral home Monday afternoon conducted by Rev. H. J.Snell, assisted by Rev. C. W. Down. The bearers were Messrs. Harvey Perkins, Luther Rowcliffe, Thomas Coates, Bert Ellsmere, Ted Buswell and E.S. Moon, the latter with Mrs. Moon being present from Ann Arbor, Mich. Interment was in the Exeter cemetery."
The London Press, Ontario, Canada 29 Dec 1949
The London Free Press, 27 Dec 1949, 20, 17 Sep 2002."Mrs.Almira Harvey Exeter, Dec 26- Services for Mrs.Almira Harvey, 82, widow of Thomas Harvey, were conducted this afternoon in Dinney's funeral home, by Rev. H. J. Snell and Rev. J.W. Down, and interment made in Exeter Cemetery. Surviving are one son, Ernest, Exeter; three daughters, Mrs. E. Buswell, Exeter; Mrs. Mildred Batson,
London;and Mrs. Ethel White, Victoria, B.C.;and a sister, Mrs. Honor Johnston, Auburn."