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Newfoundland Obits
From Nova Scotia Newspapers

Cape Breton Post
May 1952


Lambert Rose Dies Suddenly:
North Sydney
May 16, 1952- The Cape Breton Post
A wide spread circle of friends in Cape Breton and Newfoundland will learn with profound regret of the sudden death at his home here today of Lambert Rose, 73, Lorne Street. The deceased had been ill only a few days, and his death came as a shock to his wife, other relatives and his many friends. Born in Burgeo, Newfoundland, the late Mr. Rose had been a resident of this town since 1902 and for 30 years had been a member of the employees' staff of Leonard Bros. cold storage plant here, retiring from work only one week ago. A member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, he is survived by his wife (the former Minnie Chiasson of Newfoundland) and one daughter. The daughter is Annie (Mrs. Lawence Doucette of Halifax]. Also surviving are two sisters. The funeral will take place Sunday afternoon with services at the home at 2 o'clock and at the Seventh Day Adventist Church at 2:30 o'clock, service to be conducted by the pastor R.A. Matthews. Interment will be in Lakeside cemetery under the direction of the W.J. Dooley Funeral Services. {Lambert, son of Samuel Rose and Jane Keeping} {Lambert's surviving two sisters in Halifax, NS were Martha Jane nee Rose (Masservey) RUSSELL and Marian/Minnie nee Rose (Willard) CAMPBELL.}

A card of Thanks was placed in the Sydney Post on May 22, 1952 and it read:
The family of the late Lambert Rose, North Sydney, wish extend sincere thanks and appreciation for the kindness shown to them during their bereavement, especially do they wish to thank, the staff of Hamilton Memorial Hospital, Dr. Munroe, Pastor R.A. Matthews, those who loaned cars, sent sympathy cards, floral tributes to all who helped in any other way by word or deed, they are truly grateful.

Signed: Mrs. Minnie Rose, Lorne Street, North Sydney.



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