Historic people of Medland St. Toronto Junction 191 Medland St. reprised news post

Mrs. William Trench: Taught Schools in York Township; May 31, 1949;  Newspapers: The Globe and Mail pg. 5
Taught Schools in York Township
For many years a teach in York Township Schools, Sara Eva Murday Trench, 67, widow of Re. William Trench, died Sunday at her home, 191 Medland St. She was taken ill last winter while on a trip to New Mexico.
Mrs. Trench had been retired since 1945. Born in Mulmur Township, she was a graduate of Toronto Normal School and prior to her marriage taught on the staff of King George’s School.
She accompanied her husban on pastorates in the Methodist Church at Bruce Mines and Hillsdale. Following her husband’s death in 1915, Mrs. Trench returned to King George’s School and later was transferred to Bala Avenue School, Mount Dennis, where she served for several years during Second World War as principal. At the time of her retirement she was teaching at Humbercrest School.
Mrs. Trench was an active member of High Park United Church and the WA. She was the vice-president of West Toronto Ladies Lawn Bowling Association; a member of Humberside Chapter, OES, and the Free Lance Club.
Surviving are a son, Bruce Trench; a brother, E. M. Murday, Ottawa, half brother, Dr. J. T. Speck, Cooksville, and a sister, Miss Alma Murday, Toronto.
Notes of questionable clarity:
= Query name born in “Mulmur”
= Date husband died 1915
Mrs. William Trench

2020-08-15 191 Medland

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