Pincock, Jenny O'Hara

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Pincock, Jenny O'Hara

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1890-1948

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Jenny O’Hara Pincock was born Jenny Helena Florence O’Hara at Madoc, Ontario in 1890 and is noted for two publications: “Trails of Truth” in 1930, which contains descriptions of Spiritualist séances held in a home circle in St. Catharines, Ontario from 1928-1929, and “Hidden Springs: A Narrative Poem of Old Upper Canada and Other Poems” in 1950, which was published posthumously and contains a forward by the prominent Canadian poet Dr. E.J. Pratt who was a friend of Pincock’s husband, Robert Newton Pincock. Pincock died in 1948.

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