Exeter Times-Advocate, Ontario, Canada                                                                18 Mar 1920

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Exeter Times, 18 Mar 1920, MRS. C.P. HARVEY DIES AFTER BRAVE STRUGGLE FOR LIFEAfter an illness of several weeks, during which time life on numerous occasions hung by a slender thread, the spirit of Mrs. Chester P. Harvey took its flight on Sunday last. Mrs. Harvey had been suffering from typhoid fever and her case elicited much concern and anxiety from many friends. The case is particularly pathetic in that Mrs. Harvey had been a bride for only a year and besides her bereaved husband leaves a little daughter several weeks old. The sympathy of the whole community has been touched.  Mrs. Harvey’s maiden name was Ida Myrtle Moodie, being a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Moodie, of Usborne. She was born in Usborne township. With the exception of about two and one half years in Regina, where she trained for a nurse, in the Regina Hospital, her whole life has been spent in this community. A year ago this month she was united in marriage to her bereaved husband. Together they spent six months in the West and then returned to town where Mr. Harvey along with his brother opened up a grocery and confectionery store and they were just nicely getting established in their new home and business when Mrs. Harvey was taken ill. Two sisters also survive, Mrs. Stanley Coward, of Usborne, and Miss Margaret, at home. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon from the home of Mr. Thomas Harvey on Andrew street, interment in the Exeter cemetery

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