Born Jun 9, 1874 in Goderich, Ontario
Died Nov 30, 1920
..........Alfred L. Lickfold 1827 - 1900 wife : Caroline Shipman 1833 - 1890
MR. LICKFOLD WAS KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT
BROTHER OF MRS. H. WINTERDIED OF INJURIES AT BIGGAR, SASK.—WAS A FORMER WELL KNOWN RESIDENT OF OWEN SOUND
Word was received last night by Mrs. Harry Winter, 437 7th St. E., that her brother, Mr. Nelson Lickfold, of Biggar, Saskatchewan, had died from injuries sustained in a motor accident the previous day. No other particulars were received but full details of the accident should be here within a few days. Mr. Lickfold has been a very successful farmer, about four miles from Biggar, during the past ten years, and previous to that had lived in Kansas several years before going to the Western Province. He was very well known in Owen Sound 20 years or more ago, when he was learning the jewellery business with the late E. H. Newman. He was active in many lines of sport and particularly was he active in wheeling, and was one of the fastest cyclists in the district. He was a son of the late Alfred Lickfold, formerly a prominent citizen of Massie, where he conducted the mill. He was unmarried. He is survived by three sisters, Mrs. W. P. Dunbar, Biggar, Sask.; Mrs. J. B. Lee, Anniston, Alabama and Mrs. Winter of Owen Sound, and three brothers, Alfred, Winnipeg; Fred, Grenada, Mississippi; and Ed., of Staunton, Virginia.
Last winter the deceased spent several months visiting relatives and friends in and around Owen Sound and renewed many old acquaintances here. He was very popular with a large circle of friends and his untimely end will be very sincerely regretted by all who knew him.
No further particulars have been received up to going to press today and it is not known whether Mr. Lickfold'’ body is to be brought to Owen Sound for burial or not.
Owen Sound Newspaper, Dec. 2, 1920