BRADBURY, Charles Hayward
Bradbury Cape Breton Post Monday 4 March, 1974
Hayward Bradbury, 84, died Sunday morning at home, 4 Manning Street., falling
following an illness of sometime. This Durbrack very Mr. Bradbury was caretaker
of Lakeside cemetery for 27 years, retiring in 1958. He was also active in
the Loyal Orange Lodge. Born in Bay Roberts, Newfoundland, he was the son of
the late Mr. And Mrs. Charles Bradbury. He was twice married, he was predeceased
by his first wife Phoebe 34 years ago, also a daughter Annie. A member of the
salvation army he is survived by his second wife the former Rita Madore, six
daughters; Mrs. Nellie Moraley, Ontario; Marie (Mrs Bill Thorton)Halifax; Shirley
[ Mrs. Don Taylor], Jean [ Mrs. Frank C..Cudore], Helen all in Toronto, Carolyn
at home; also by five sons, Harold, North Sydney; Charles and Roy in Toronto,
Ronald and Donnie in North Sydney. The body is resting at Fillmore and Whitman
funeral homes in North Sydney From where the funeral service will be held Wednesday
at 2:00 PM. Interment at Lakeside cemetery.
Cape Breton Post, March 4, 1974
Levi Hardy of North Ingonish, died Sunday in Spring Garden Villa. He was 84.
Born in Newfoundland, he was the son of the late William and Julia Hardy. He
came to Ingonish as a boy. He served in the merchant marines during the second
world war. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family and was
a member of St John's Anglican Church, Ingonish. Besides his wife, the former
Mary Canning, he is survived by five sons, Wilfred and Gordon, Ingonish; Harold,
Coxheath; Richard and Gerald, both of Toronto, for daughters, Gladys, Mrs.
MacDonald, Montreal; Elsey, Mrs. James Cake, Mabel, Mrs. Allen **** "NOTE:
the page of the newspaper is torn and the last name is missing, also missing
is the name of the next daughter. The newspaper resumes with." A number
of grandchildren and great grandchildren also survived. She was predeceased
by two sons, William, killed in action in the Army in Italy in 1944 and Claude
drowned in the English Channel while serving in the merchant marines in 1941.
The body rests at the residence of Ingonish Funeral services., Ingonish. Funeral
service will be held in saint John's Anglican church, Wednesday at 2:00 PM.
Interment in the parish cemetery under the direction of R. H. Fillmore funeral
Cape Breton Post, March 4, 1974
Stanley Warford, 76, of 417 Second Street died Sunday in the General Hospital
following a lengthy illness. A native of Pilley's Island, Newfoundland, Mr
Warford came here 53 years ago and worked in the Number 1 B. and 26 colleries
until his retirement 14 years ago. A member of the salvation army, he was associated
46 years with the salvation army band. Besides his wife Mary he is survived
by sons William, Ramond, Toronto, presently here; daughters, Reta (Mrs Fred
Oliver) Windsor, Ontario; Dorothy [Mrs. Brown] North York, Ontario; Jean (Mrs.
Calvin Brann) Donkin; Shirley [Mrs. Dell Donnell] Downsview, Ontario; and Mrs.
Ella Davies, Scarborough Ontario. He is also survived by 21 grandchildren and
39 great grandchildren. The body is resting at V.J. McGillivary funeral home,
16 Reserve Street. His friends may call from 2:30 PM today and on Tuesday from
2 to 5 and 7 to 10:00 PM. On Wednesday at 11:00 AM there will be a private
service for the family at the funeral home. The body will be moved to the Salvation
Army Citadel Commercial Street where the funeral service will be conducted
and at 3:00 PM on Wednesday. Interment will be a Forest Haven Memorial Gardens
on the Glace Bay Highway Captain Boyd Goulding will officiate.