Death of a Long-Time Scotch Resident

by Laurel | March 14th, 2012

14 March 1910

Donald Cameron, 64, died Saturday morning at his home, 43 Gates Street, after a short illness. He had been a resident of Holyoke for a long time, being employed by the Chadwick Plush Company. He leaves one son, Donald Jr., of Holyoke and seven daughters, Mrs. Andrew F. Barnett, Mrs. George H. McCarthy, Misses Jessie and Belle Cameron of Holyoke, Mrs. Archie Scott of Worcester, Mrs. John P. Hunter of Easthampton, and Mrs. John C. Bruines of East Walpole. He also leaves a brother, John of Holyoke and two brothers in Scotland. The funeral will be held this afternoon with burial in Forestdale.

Adapted from The Springfield Republican.

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