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The Compass Obituaries
January 1969

The Compass is a community newspaper
for the Conception Bay North/Trinity Bay areas.
It's first edition was published on October 24, 1968.
It is now published weekly on Tuesday.

 

 

ARMSTRONG, Frances
BARNES, Elias
THE COMPASS, 06 February 1969

BROWNSDALE - Sympathy is extended oy their friends to the families of Mrs. Frances Armstrong of Brownsdale who passed away on Monday, January 20, and Mr. Elias Barnes of Sibley's Cove who left us on Tuesday, Jan. 28, both were approximately 90 years old.

BARRETT, Lemuel
THE COMPASS, 20 February 1969

SPANIARD'S BAY - There passed away at his home here on Thursday, January 30, Lemuel Barrett aged 56 years. He leaves to mourn his wife Doris, eight daughters, Emmie, Mrs. Selby Parsons, Spaniard's Bay, Phyllis, Mrs. Irving Keefe, Coley's Point; Olive, Mrs. John Southwell, Carbonear; Betty, Mrs. David French, Country Road; Margaret, Mrs. Leslie Hussy, Upper Island Cove; Enid, Mrs. John Drover, Upper Island Cove; Linda, employed with the Avalon Telephone Co., Bay Roberts and Barbara at home; three sons, Donald David and Cyril at home; also his father Cyril Barrett, one brother, Gordon, two sisters, Mrs. Muriel Fudge, St. John's and Leah, Mrs. Willis Greenland, Coley's Point and sixteen grandchildren. He was a member of No Surrender L.O.L. Spaniard's Bay, and Lodge Makay A.F.A.M. Bay Roberts Members of these organizations attended his funeral, which took place on Saturday at 2 p.m., from his late residence to Holy Redeemer Church. Burial was in the West End Cemetery. Deepest sympathy is extended to the bereaved family.

BARNES, Elias
THE COMPASS, 20 February 1969

SIBLEY'S COVE & LEAD COVE - A well known senior citizen of this community Elias Barnes passed away here January 28 at the age of ninety years. Elias was born at Old Perlican, Trinity Bay on July 12, 1877, son of John and Susie Barnes. His wife, Levina, predeceased him seven years ago.
Uncle Elias as he was known to his large circle of friends and relatives was a life long member of Gueshue L.O.L. He was the oldest brother of that association and was made an honourary member twenty years ago, Nov. 18, 1948. The high esteem in which he was held was evident by the large number of bed side visitors during his lengthy illness. This was also evident by the great display of floral tribute as well as the many cards, letters, and messages received.
His funeral, attended by the Brothers of Gushue L.O.L. in a body, drew a large attendance and took place on Thursday January 30 from the United Church Sibley's Cove for interminent at the United Church cemetery. The service was conducted by Rev. T. Moulton.
To his sons, Gordon (with whom he resided) Ralph (at St. John's, daughter, Annie, Mrs. Walter Squires, Sibley's Cove, as well as his sister Catherine Squires, three grandchildren sincere sympathy is extended.
May the Almighty grant them the courage needed to sustain them in their great loss.

BELBIN, Robert
THE COMPASS, 06 February 1969

BAY ROBERTS - Deepest sympathy is extended to Mrs. Edmund Mercer on the death of her brother Rev. Robert Belbin who passed away at Carthage, New York, January 11.

BICKFORD, Edward
THE COMPASS, 09 January 1969

BELL ISLAND - The death was Recorded recently of Edward Bickford of Bickfordville, Bell Island, in his seventy-third year. He died in the Dr. Walter Templeman hospital where he was receiving Medical attention for several weeks. Previous to retiring "on pension, the late "Neddy" Bickford as he was known locally, was employed as a miner with the Dosco Mining operation in Wabana (This mining operation closed permanently on June 30th, 1966) Following Burial Service in St. Mary's Church, Lance Cove and at the graveside, he was laid to rest in the Anglican cemetry in that settlement.

CLARKE, Malcolm
THE COMPASS, 09 January 1969

CUPIDS - The many friends of Malcolm Clarke are sorry to hear of his passing at St. John's recently. Mr. Clarke was a former resident of this town, but moved to St. John's a number of years ago. Deepest sympathy is extended to his family from their friends and relatives at Brigus.

CLARKE, Margaret
SNOOK, Pearl
CLARKE, Parmenas
THE COMPASS, 30 January 1969

VICTORIA - In a small town like this where almost everybody knows everybody else the passing away of a resident is always learned of by others with a feeling of close sympathy. This experience was more than usually felt on Sunday, Jan. 12 when no less than three adult citizens were called to their eternal rest.
In the early hours of the morning, Mrs. Margaret Clarke, wife of the late John S. Clarke passed away after a few months illness at the Carbonear Hospital.
In the early afternoon, there passed on after a long and painful illness Mrs. Pearl Snook (nee Piercey of St. John's) also at Carbonear Hospital.
In the early evening of the same day Parmenas Clarke died in Buchans Hospital after a short illness. He was the son of the late Nicholas and Gertrude Clarke of Victoria.
All 3 people were well known and highly respected.
Mrs. M. Clarke is survived by 3 sons, Harold in England Chares and Earl at home and 3 daughters, Lizzie in U.S.A., Beatrice in St. John's and Evelyn at Carbonear as well as a number of grandchildren. She was a member of the L.O.B.A., whose members joined the funeral cortege and performed their usual rites.
Mrs. P. Snook is survived by her husband Joseph, 3 sons, Percy at home, Fred C.P.O. with the R.C. Navy in Halifax, and Joey with the S. S. Ambrose Shea. Two daughters Phyllis in the U.S.A. and Mrs. Minnie Diamond in St. John's, also a number of grandchildren and several brothers and sisters in St. John's.
The funeral of both ladies took place in the United Church on Tuesday, Jan. 14, with services being conducted by Rev. T. R. Mills.
Mr. P. Clarke was in his 55th year and is survived by his wife the former Elizabeth Courage of Chance Cove, T. Bay and 3 sons, Roland and Sterling in Toronto, Ont., Ross with Vocational Trade School, Lewisporte, 2 daughters Betty Mrs. Wm. Collins of St. John's and Maxine, Mrs. L. Gregory of Grand Falls. A number of grandchildren and 3 sisters and 2 brothers also survive.
He was buried on Wednesday Jan. 15th. Funeral services were conducted by Rev Winsor of Carbonear in absence of Rev. Mills who was attending a conference committee at Gander of which he his chairman.
The late Mr. Clarke was president of Local 5457 United Steel Workers of America and held an office in the Federation of Labor. He was employed at Buchans for more than 30 years. He was also a member of Lucky Strike L.O.L. and The Black Preceptory. Fellow members attended his funeral and paid their usual respects.
In all 3 funerals the many beautiful tributes in evidence were silent testimonies to the esteem in which each was held.
The heart-felt sympathy of the community goes out to all the sorrowing relatives. In Mr. Clarke's case it was all the more sad and heart-breaking as just 3 weeks precious his elder brother Silas pre-deceased him in the same Hospital, under almost similar circumstances.

COLE, Leah
THE COMPASS, 27 February 1969

CLARKE'S BEACH - There passed away at St. Clare Ave., St John's on January 29, Mrs. Leah Cole, Leaving to mourn four sons Walter, residing at Montreal George at St. John's, Ambrose at Toronto and Willis at Sudbury, Ont. Three daughters Mrs. Oscar White and Miss Rhoda Cole residing at St. John's and Mrs. John Eveleigh at Clarke's Beach. She was very active up until last October when she became ill. During the past summer she spent quite a while with her daughter at Clarke's Beach, who accompanied her to Montreal where she visited her son Walter, spending some time there. She enjoyed the tip very much especially the travelling to and from by train.
Interment was at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, St. John's, Friday, January 31st. He husband Willis Cole predeceased her 17 years ago. She will be missed by all who knew her. Her son Willis of Sudbury, Ont was unable to be present for the funeral. However he arrived later staying at St. John's for a while, then spending a few days with his sister at Clarke's Beach. He has now returned home. Sincere sympathy is extended to the bereaved families by all.

DAWE, Louise
THE COMPASS, 09 January 1969

CUPIDS - Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Lloyd Leamon on the death of her mother, Mrs. Louise Dawe of Cupids. Mrs. Dawe passed away recently at St. John's. Interment was at Cupids.

ELSWORTHY, Annie
THE COMPASS, 20 February 1969

HARBOUR GRACE - Passed peacefully away at the General Hospital, St. John's on January 21, Mrs. Annie Elsworthy aged 70 years of Harbour Grace. Mrs. Elsworthy was the former Annie Brown, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Philip Brown. Born in Little Bay she moved to Harbour Grace to live in her childhood days. She was married to the late George Elsworthy and lived in Harbour Grace up to the time of her death. Her husband predeceased her some 20 years ago. She leaves to mourn her sad loss, her sister, Mrs. John W. Regular, with whom she resided. Her funeral took place from her late residence Queen's Road to St. Paul's Anglican Church. Interment was at the Anglican cemetery. The services were conducted by Rev. L. A. Ludlow.

FLOWERDAY, George Arthur
THE COMPASS, 06 February 1969

WINTERTON - Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Piercey left January 10 to attend the funeral services for Mrs Pierceys father George Arthur Flowerday, Hagansville, Ont. He had been a patient at the hospital for two years.

FROST, Infant
THE COMPASS, 23 January 1969

LOWER ISLAND COVE - Passed away at the Grace General Hospital jan. 9, 1,69 infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Frost (Jr.) Interment was at the United Church cemetery, Lower Island Cove on Jan. 13. Mr. Frost is the former Bett Bursey of Lower Island Cove. To the bereaved parents heartfelt sympathy is extended.

GOSSE, James
THE COMPASS, 20 February 1969

SPANIARD'S BAY - This community was again cast in sadness when another young person was taken from our midst. James eldest son of William and Lorraine Gosse passed away at the General Hospital on Sunday, January 12, at the early age of twenty three years. Although his death was not unexpected it came as a shock to his family and friends.
Spaniard's Bay was his home town and here he grew up and attended school and graduated from high school with a high scholastic record. He was a keen athlete, participating in all kinds of sports, while at high school he was a member of the Army Cadet Corps and attended summer camps at Aldershot.
He continued his education at Memorial University and after two years returned here to teach. He showed the same interest in his work and was respected and liked by both teachers and pupils. After one year of teaching he went back to Memorial to complete his studies. It was during the summer of 1967, while he was employed at Toronto that he became ill and was obliged to enter hospital there. He underwent major surgery and for a while it seemed he would not recover. But anxiety gave way to hope and great was the joy of his parents and family when he returned home, and entered university for his final year. They saw a dream fulfilled when in May 1968 he graduated with two degrees, a B.A. and B.E.D.
It was again while in Toronto that he was stricken and entered hospital where with the help of drugs and his own undaunted courage he recovered sufficiently to return home. It was while visiting his grandparents at Bishop's Cove a few days before Christmas that he suffered a relapse and from then on dearest to him realized the end was not far off. His parents, especially his mother was at his bedside almost constantly during his last days. But the love and care of his devoted parents and family and all that medical aid could do could not spare him and he passed away.
In his short lifetime he accomplished much and left beoehind memories of a fine young man, a son who was a credit to his parents and source of joy to his family and friends. He will live forever in the hearts of those who loved him.
He leaves to mourn beside his parents, two sisters Elaine and Barbara Ann, two brothers, Ted and Roger, his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, Bishop's Cove and a very large circle of remains rested at Young's Funeral Home until Tuesday January 14 when the funeral was held at Holy Redeemer Church. The Rev. E. Willis conducted the service, assisted by the Rev. F. Rowsell of Upper Island Cove. Burial was in the cemetery at Mortuary Hill.
GOSSE, James
THE COMPASS, 13 February 1969

BISHOP'S COVE - Sincere sympathy is extended to the relatives of the late James Gosse, especially to his parents Mr. and Mrs. William Gosse and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith.

HENNESSEY, James
THE COMPASS, 20 February 1969

HARBOUR GRACE - Passed away at the Carbonear Community Hospital, on January 15, Mr. James Hennessey of Harbour Grace in his 89 year. Mr. Hennessey had been cinfined to his home for quiet some time due to illness and was a patient at the Carbonear Community Hospital for 3 weeks previous to his death. A life time resident of Harbour Grace, he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. David Hennessey. He was married to the former Bride Quinn of Harbour Grace, who predeceased him some 9 years ago.
His funeral took place from Parson's Funeral Home to the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Intermest was at the R.C. Cemetery. Mass was celebrated by Msgr. J. O'Brien. He leaves to mourn one sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary Hennessey, with whom he resided and one nephew, Ronald Hennessey, residing in Detroat.
May he rest in peace.

HUSSEY, Gordon Jackson
HUSSEY, Mrs. Gordon Jackson
THE COMPASS, 06 February 1969

CLARKE'S BEACH - On Sunday January 26th, the town of Clarkes Beach and surrounding towns were deeply shocked and saddened when the news was received that Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jackson Hussey had been the victims of an automobile accident on the Trans Canada Highway. Their bodies were conveyed to St John's where autopsys were performed, from there they were conveyed to the United Church, Clarkes Beach on January 27, where their bodies lay until 2:30 p.m. January 29th., when burial service was held at the Church and cemetery. Hundreds of people visited the Church to pay their last respects to two well known and respected residents of the community. The service was conducted by Rev. Murley U.C. Minister Clarke's Beach who delivered the message. Selected passages of Scripture were read by Brigadier Churchill of the Salvation Army, Clarkes Beach and Rev. Stanford, U.C. Minister of Bay Roberts, Rev. Wells, U.C. Minister of Brigus led the congregation in the reading of the 1st Psalm and also brought a message of sympathy from his charge. The church was filled to capacity with many having to stand outside. The hymns "We Cannot Think of Them of Them as Dead" and "When This Passing World Is Done" were sung by the congregation. A solo "Unto The Hills" was rendered by Daisy Bartlett, while Muriel Williams presided at the organ. The hymn sung at the graveside "Abide With Me". The undertaker was Mr. Clarence Moore of this town. The many floral tributes, telegrams, letters and cards of sympathy testified to the esteem in which they were held. They leave to mourn their sad loss daughter Joan son Maxwell, daughter-in-law Irene, one grandson, two brothers, Kermit of Toronto, and George at South River, four sisters, Mary (Mrs. William Bishop of Cupids), Gladys (Mrs. Weldon Vey) Myra (Mrs. William Dawe) Greta (Mrs. Harold Smith) all residing at South River as well as a large circle of other relatives and friends. Deepest sympathy is extended to all the bereaved.

LAMBE, Josephine
THE COMPASS, 06 February 1969

BRIGUS - Paesed away at the Hoyles Home Jan. 6 Miss Josephine Lambe (seamstress) Brigus age 79 years. Leaving to mourn one brother James Lambe, Brigus, three sisters Mary Katherine, Mrs. Meaney, Corner Brook; Margaret Mrs. Frank Goff, Boston; Marcella, Mrs. Scapelin, St. John's. Also a large number of nieces and nephews Funeral took place from the R.C. Church, Brigus on Tuesday, Jan. 7 2:30 p.m. Deepest sympathy is extended to all.

LAMSWOOD, Fred
THE COMPASS, 16 January 1969

BELL ISLAND - The wide circle of friends in this community are extending sympathy to Mr. And Mrs. Thomas Lamswood, Wabana, on the recent passing of their son Fred, in his twenty-ninth year. The late Fred Lamswood was well known to the younger residents. Upon finishing school here, he moved to New Brunswick, where he had a successful business career, until he became ill. He returned to this province several weeks ago, entering a St. John's city hospital where he died last week.

LITTLEJOHN, Mrs John
THE COMPASS, 09 January 1969

BELL ISLAND - Another senior citizen, Mrs. John Littlejohn, Wabana, passed away suddenly last week, in her seventy-ninth year. Following burial service in St. Michael's Church The Front, the late Mrs. Littlejohn was laid to rest in the R.C. Cemetry, Beach Hill.

MATTHEWS, Mrs Harry
THE COMPASS, 09 January 1969

GRATE'S COVE - The many friends at Grate's Cove of the late Mrs. Harry Matthews were sorry to hear of rer passing, and they extend deepest sympathy to her husband, Harry Matthews and family at Brownsdale.

McCRITCHE, Susie "Sadie"
THE COMPASS, 06 February 1969

BRIGUS - Passed away suddenly at her home at Sydney, N.S., on Jan. 3 Mrs. Jack McCritchie age 70 years. Mrs. McCritche was the former Susie (Sadie) Fry, daughter of the late James and Margaret Fry of Brigus. Leaving to moarn her husband, two sons one daughter at Sydney, two sisters, Emma, Mrs. T. W. Spracklin, Margaret, Mrs. Thomas Spracklin, six brothers Wm. Fry, George Fry, Joseph Fry, James Fry, Tom Fry, all of Brigus and Charles Fry, Buchans. Deepest sympathy is extended to all.

MERCER, James John
THE COMPASS, 27 February 1969

SHEARSTOWN - The community of Shearstown was shocked and saddened to hear of the sudden passing of James John Mercer on January 17 at the age of twenty-three, left to mourn are his wife and two children father and mother two sisters and three brothers, besides a large circle of relatives and friends. Deepest sympathy is extended to the family.

MUGFORD, Robert
THE COMPASS, 30 January 1969

MAKINSONS - Passed peacefully away January 10th after a prolonged illness Mr. Robert Mugford in his sixty-seventh year. He leaves to mourn his daughter, Mrs. George Efford and husband with whom he resided, five grand children, three great grand children, three brothers and three sisters. His wife predeceased him. Deepest sympathy is extended to the bereaved family.

O'REILLY, Deidre Ann
THE COMPASS, 30 January 1969

BRIGUS - Deepest sympathy is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Reilly on the death of their five month old daughter, Deidre Ann on Jan 14th. Mrs. O'Reilly is the former Joan Connolly of this town.

PARSONS, Mark
THE COMPASS, 23 January 1969

HARBOUR GRACE - Passed away at his late residence, Harbour Grace South, after abrief illness, at the age of 56, Mr. Mark Parsons, son of Arthur and Lucy Parsons. He was a life time resident of Harbour Grace South and well known to all residents of thaa community. He leaves to mourn their sad loss his parents, two brothers; James and David at home, three sisters; Annie at home, Mrs. Ella Morrisey, Riverhead, Harbour Grace and Maia - Mrs. Eloil Mercer at Upper Island Cove as well as a large circle of relatives and friends. The funeral took place from his late residence to the United Church at Harbour Grace North. Interment was at the United Church cemetary. The burial service was conducted by Rev. Hobbs.

PENNEY, Thomas
THE COMPASS, 30 January 1969

VICTORIA - The death occurred at Glace Bay Hospital on Saturday Jan. 4 of Thomas Penney, former resident of Victoria. He was in his 71st year and was the son of the late Moses and Jessie Penney. His remains were conveyed to Nfld where they rested in Noel's Funeral home until time of his burial which took place at the U.C. Victoria with services conducted by Rev. T. Mills Jan. 9th. Mr. Penney is survived by his wife the former Lillian Butt of Freshwater, C. Bay, also 1 daughter Jessie in the U.S.A. and 4 sons Douglas in U.S.A. Lester in Toronto, Boyd and Ron in St. John's and Don at home. All the family arrived home for the funeral. He also leaves 1 brother, Ernest and 3 sisters Mrs. Eliza Evely at home and Minnie and Sophie in U.S.A. As well as a number of grandchildren. Sympathy is extended the sorrowing family.

PYE, Mary
THE COMPASS, 13 February 1969

VICTORIA - The death occured after a short illness on Jan 30, of Mrs. Mary Pye in her 86th year. She was known to her many friends and acquaintances as Aunt Mary. Possessing a quiet, pleasant personality and also have experienced many sorrows during her life time she always displayed a contentment and serenity that earned her the respect of all who knew her. A sincere believer in God, she was a true follower in the path her Master trod and whenever possible she attended her church. Oft times her presence there was an inspiration to those younger in years She is survived by her son Benjamin at home and a daughter Jane, (Mrs. Israel Snook) in Sydney, N.S. as well as a large number of grand-children. Funeral service took place at the Pentecostal Church on Sunday, Feb. 2.

RANDELLS, Frederick
THE COMPASS, 30 January 1969

BRIGUS - Passed peacefully away at St. John's, Wed., Jan. 22, Frederick Randells, at the age of 86 years. Mr. Randells was one of the oldes residents of Brigus. He leaves to mourn, three daughters Stella, Mrs. Cecil Bishop, Boston, Marie at Toronto, and Carrie, Mrs. Wm. Loveless, Brigus. One son, Jacob at Brigus and one brother Wm. George Randells of St. John's, also a number of grandchildren. Funeral took place at St. George's Anglican Church Friday, Jan. 24. Deepest sympathy is extended to all.

ROWSELL, Mrs
THE COMPASS, 16 January 1969

BISHOP'S COVE - Sincere sympathy from the Parishoners of Bishop's Cove is extended to our Rector, Rev. F. R. Rowsell and his family, on the recent death of his mother at Corner Brook.

SCOTT, James
THE COMPASS, 20 February 1969

NEW PERLICAN - Passed peacefully away after a short illness Jan 26th James Scott. He leaves to mourn his sad loss wife Annie, two sons, Patty at Buchans, Austin at Churchill Falls, two daughters Marie, Mrs. Digout at Brantford, May, Mrs. John O'Brien at New Perlican. Mr. Scott had been handicapped for 44 years due to losing one of his legs on the paper boat at Heart's Content. He has been crippled ever since and could not go anywhere unless he was carried there by a horse which he owned until a few years ago when he travelled by car. He always looked on the bright side and was happy Funeral took place on Jan. 29th. Interment at the Roman Catholic Cemetery at Turks Cove. Deepest sympathy to the family.

SMITH, Douglas
THE COMPASS, 06 February 1969

BISHOP'S COVE - There passed peacefully away in the early morning of January 15th, at the Carbonear Red Cross Hospital, Douglas Smith in his 42nd year. Up till two years ago he was an exceptionally healthy young man, when he was striken with a severe pain in his foot. He was taken to the General Hospital, St. John's and it was found necessary to amputate his foot, then after several months he had to have part of his leg amputated. This didn't improve his condition satisfactorily, then finally the whole limb had to be amputated. This proved successful and Doug was able to return to his family.
Although the loss of his leg prevented him from working and moving around as much as he would like, he never complained and was always cheerful. One week before his death he was striken with pneumonia and had to be conveyed to Carbonear Hospital where despite excellent care the struggle for life was too much for him and he passed into Eternal rest.
Left to mourn are his loving wife Florence, two sons Edward and Phillip, one sister, Mrs. Ambrose Sharpe (Upper Island Cove) one brother George B. Smith, Bishop's Cove, as well as a large circle of relatives and friends.
To the sorrowing family deepest sympathy is extended. The funeral which was largely attended was conducted by Rev. F. R. Rowsell. Interment was in the Anglican Cemetery, Bishops Cove.

SMITH, Moses D
THE COMPASS, 13 February 1969

BISHOP'S COVE - Passed peacefully away at his home Monday, Jan. 6th Moses D. Smith in his 76th year. Although he had been in failing health for some time his passing came as a shock to his family and friends. Mr. Smith was a faithful and devout member of the Anglican church, always ready and willing to give of his time and finances to help further its work, and was in regular attendance until due to failing health he was unable to occupy his place.
He was a life long member of Hearts of Oak Lodge No. 28 serving as Worshipful Master for many years and Arc of Unity, Royal Black Preceptory.
Leaving to mourn are his wife Violet, 4 daughters; Doris (Mrs. Nath Barrett) Bishop's Cove, Katie (Mrs. William Crane, Thicket, Lydia (Mrs. Ralph Bray) Harbour Grace and Rowena (Mrs. Wesley Crocker) Harbour Grace, 2 sons, Rhodie and Ned, residing in Spaniard's Bay.
The burial service was conducted by Rev. Roswell, Parish Priest, assisted by Rev. Willis, Spaniard's Bay. Funeral Director was Haig Young, Upper Island Cove. Interment took place at the Anglican Cemetery, Bishop's Cove. To the bereaved relatives we offer sincere sympathy.

TAYLOR, Jacob H.
THE COMPASS, 30 January 1969

CUPIDS - The funeral of Jacob H. Taylor took place Monday, January 6, at 2:30 p.m. at the Church of England Cemetery. Canon Martin officiated. Left to mourn are two sons, Arthur and Solomon with whom he lived. Two daughters, Violet, Mrs. William Bishop of St. John's, and Winnie, Mrs. Harry Squires of Topsail.

TAYLOR, John James
THE COMPASS, 30 January 1969

VICTORIA - Funeral of James John Taylor took place Monday January 6th at 2.30 p.m. at the Church of England Cemetery. Canon Martin officiated. He leaves to mourn two sons Arthur and Solomon with whom he lived, both of St. John's. Two daughters, Violet, Mrs. William Bishop, St. John's and Winnie, Mrs. Henry Squires Topsaid, one grandson Eddie

WHITE, William H
THE COMPASS, 16 January 1969

BELL ISLAND - A well known and respected resident of Wabana, in the person of William H. White, passed away at his Scotia Ridge home on January 9. He was in his seventy-sixth year. The late Mr. White is a retired Dosco Wabana miner. He came to Bell Island at an early age and worked in the mines until his retirement, eleven years ago. The funeral took place Saturday, from his late home. Burial service was in St. Cyprian's Church and at the graveside. Interment was in the Anglican cemetery, Beach Hill. He leaves to mourn his wife, 5 sons and five daughters, also 1 sister, Mrs. Albert Bursey, St. John's.

 

 

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