Former Lindsay woman is bereaved
FO Allan Hogg, who lost his life in a flying accident somewhere on the Canadian western-coast on Wednesday last, lived in Belleville for some time and prior to the present war trained at Trenton Airport. He was a member of the Permanent R.C.A.F. since 1938.
During the time FO. Hogg lived here he made many friends and to them his sudden death has brought sincere feelings of regret. On Nor. 30th, 1939 - lie married Miss Catheryn Henley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Henley, Belleville. Mrs. Henley and her father and mother were former residents of Lindsay. Mrs. Hogg was living on the western coast to be near her husband and she is now en route to Belleville with the body of her late husband. She will probably arrive here on Wednesday next and the funeral announcement will be made at that time.
The late FO. Allan Hogg was born twenty-seven years ago at Merritt, B.C., and was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Angus Hogg. His father lost his life in the first Great War.
Surviving him are his wife, one daughter, Linda; his mother, Mrs. Angus Hogg, Merritt B.C., one sister, Mrs. John Poole, Fort St. John, B.C., one brother, Mr. David Hogg, Vancouver, B.C.