BIRTH-SPOUSE-CHILDREN: David A. Avery, Some Ancestors and Descendants of Solomon Austin 1600-2000, David A. Avery, Private Printing, Copyright 2007.
MARRIAGE: 2892-00 Stanley Isaac AUSTIN, 21, laborer, Simcoe On., Webbwood, s/o Isaac AUSTIN & Emma BUTLER, married Darl? Grace COOMBS, 20, Forestville, Webbwood, d/o George, farmer, & Jane, witn: J.F. LANDERS & Minnie McDONALD, both of Webbwood, 5 Sept 1900 at Webbwood
MARRIAGE: "Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1801-1926" Name: Stanley Isaac Austin Birth Place: Simcoe Ontario Age: 21 Estimated birth year: abt 1879 Father Name: Isaac Austin Mother Name: Emma Butler Spouse Name: Darl Grace Coombs Spouse's Age: 20 Spouse Birth Place: Forestville Ont Spouse Father Name: George Coombs Spouse Mother Name: Jaon Coombs Marriage Date: 5 Sep 1900 Marriage Location: Algoma District Marriage County: Algoma Archives of Ontario Microfilm: MS932_1003 [Page 86]
DEATH: "Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1936 and Deaths Overseas, 1939-1947" Name: Isaac Stanley Austin Death Date: 12 Dec 1914 Death Location: Algoma Age: 33 Gender: Male Estimated birth year: abt 1881 Birth Location: Norfolk County, Ontario Archives of Ontario Microfilm: MS935_195 [#007683]
BURIAL: Oakwood Cemetery, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada
DEATH: An unedited transcription of a page 1 article from the 17 Dec 1914 Simcoe Reformer
Austin -- Stanley Austin, 32, was killed in a train wreck last Saturday at Franz, in the Algoma District -- see his obituary KILLED IN WRECK Stanley Austin Met Death in Railway Accident
Stanley Austin, aged 32 years, son of Mr. R. W. Austin, Brock street, met an untimely death Saturday night in a railway accident at the town of Franz, in the Algoma district. Mr. Austin is a driver, but on this occasion was acting as fireman on an Algoma Central train, and while shunting on the main line at Franz, about seven o'clock Saturday night, a car standing on a siding broke loose and coasted into the main track, striking the engine on which Mr. Austin was firing. The engine was not derailed, but was badly damaged, and both the engineer and fireman injured. Mr. Austin received internal injuries, which caused his death at 11:30 o'clock Saturday night. Engineer Nelson Fulcher was badly scalded, and received several severe cuts and bruises.
The deceased Mr. Austin leaves a wife and two children at Sault Ste. Marie. The body arrived in Simcoe Wednesday night, and the funeral is taking place this morning to Oakwood Cemetery, under Masonic auspices. http://www.nornet.on.ca/~jcardiff/index1.html