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From the Ottawa Citizen, Monday March 14, 1927, p. 5:
MRS. C. CAMERON
(Special to The Citizen.)
SAND POINT, March 14 - There passed away on Wednesday a life-long resident of McNab in the person of Catherine Cameron, widow of the late George Stevenson. The late Mrs. Stevenson was born on July 7th, 1849, the eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Cameron of White Lake. She was married on December 31st, 1868, to George Stevenson, who pre-deceased her in February, 1923. Their entire married life was spent on their farm three miles from Sand Point, known as Stevenson's Corners. About six years ago they sold their farm, and lived a retired life. In 1918 they celebrated the 50th anniversary of their marriage. The late Mrs. Stevenson was the eldest daughter of a family of three girls and six boys, of whom four are living. Duncan Cameron, of Providence Bay, Manitoulin Islands; Agnes Cameron, of McNab; Rev. John Cameron, of Massachusetts, and N. M. Cameron, of Cargill, Ont. To the late Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson were born three children, Mrs. James Storie, of McNab; Miss. Katie Stevenson, Arnprior, and Mr. John C. Stevenson, of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The funeral on Thursday afternoon was largely attended. The funeral service at the home and grave were conducted by the Rev. E. P. H. King, of the Baptist church, Arnprior.