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The Daily News Obituaries
April 1962

 

The Daily News
April 7, 1962
Page: 8
Spaniard's Bay -
Susanna Barrett
- "We bring our years to an end, as it were a tale that is told. The days of our age art three score years and ten; and though some be so strong that they come to four score years, yet is their strength then but labour and sorrow; so soon passeth it away and we are gone."
Mrs. Susanna Barrett, who had reached her fourscore years, passed peacefully away at her residence here on Monday evening, March 26, calmly bringing to end a lifetime spent among family and friends in true Christian and godly living. In her eighty years she knew labour and sorrow, but her unswerving faith in God was evident, not by words, but by the way she lived, brought her through all the changing scenes of life, and she looked forward to her closing hour, not with fear and trembling, but in sure and certain hope of a happier life beyond the grave and a reuniting with loved ones who had gone before.
A widow for almost thirty years, she was lovingly cared by her son Fred and his wife Millicent, and after Fred's sudden passing just over a year ago, here daughter-in-law continued her affectionate ministrations alone.
Surviving her are one son Hugh, at Spaniard's Bay, two daughters, Annie (Mrs. Gordon Jones) at Spaniard's Bay, and Mabel (Mrs. W. Dawe) at Toronto, twelve grandchildren and three great-grandchildren, to whom we offer our sympathy.
Her funeral was held on Wednesday. The service at the parish church of the Holy Redeemer, where she had been a faithful member and a regular communicant, was conducted by the rector, the Rev. E. Willis. Burial was in the family plot.


The Daily News
April 7, 1962
Page: 8
Spaniard's Bay -
Thomas Dean
, the oldest resident of Tilton, Conception Bay, passed peacefully away at the residence of his only daughter, Mrs. Odessa Drover, on March 31. Mr. Dean was born at Carbonear ninety years ago and when he grew up he became a mariner with his father who was a sea-going captain. He lived for a number of years in St. John's and worked for eight years in Argentia. Mr. Dean made his home with his daughter for about twenty-five years at Tilton where his genial manner made him a favourite with old and young alike. His funeral was held on Monday at Carbonear and burial took place in the United Church cemetery there. Besides his daughter, five grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren survive, also a brother, Matthew Dean at Carbonear, and a sister, Mrs. Livie Nicholle, residing in the United States.


The Daily News
April 7, 1962
Page: 8
Annie May Smith
- We extend sympathy to the relatives of the late Annie May Smith who passed away at her home in Bishop's Cove on March 22. Besides her husband, Isaac Smith, she is mourned by two brothers, Albert Smith of Spaniard's Bay and G. Fred Smith of St. John's, two sisters, Lena (Mrs. Hector Earle) of Portugal Cove, and Bernice (Mrs. Ralph Baker) in Indiana, U.S.A.


The Daily News
April 9, 1962
Page: 16
Bay Roberts -
John W. French
- His many friends were saddened to hear of the death at St. Clare's Hospital on March 21st of Mr. John W. French, in his 71st year.
The late Mr. French was born at Bay Roberts, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward French. After receiving his education he plied the Labrador fishery for a few years, then entered the employ of Western Union Cable Company where he worked faithfully until retired by pension one and a half years ago. He enjoyed good health until several months ago when he became confined to his home. However he did not give up to his bed until two months ago. He was obliged to enter hospital only ten days before his passing.
The late Mr. French was well and favourably known by all. He was an ardent member of the Anglican faith, also a member of the L.O.A.
Left to mourn beside his wife, Helen, the former Helen Mercer of Beach Cove, are one son Gerald, employed with Parker and Monroe Ltd., St. John's; four daughters, Hattie (Mrs. Lewis Taylor, St. John's), Ester (Mrs. Frank Mugford, Clarke's Beach), Gertrude (Mrs. John Spencer, Country Road), Dorothy (Mrs. Clifford Parsons, Bay Roberts), one brother, Abraham, Bay Roberts; two sisters, Mrs. Duncan Collins, Spaniard's Bay, Mrs. Abraham Barrett, Bay Roberts; also sixteen grandchildren and a large circle of relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held at St. Matthew's Church, March 24th. Interment Anglican Cemetery, Rev. Isaac Butler, B.A., officiated. Sympathy is extended the bereaved family.


The Daily News
April 21, 1962
Page: 5
Carbonear, April 18 -
Colbourne - Singleton Wedding
Myrtle Isabel
, second eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Colbourne, of this town, was united in marriage at Shearstown, on April 14th, at 7:00 p.m., to William Wilfred, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Singleton, of Tilton. The bride wore a floor-length dress of white, with shoulder length veil, held in place by a pearl studded tiara. She carried a bouquet of multi-coloured flowers and was attended by Miss Gloria Singleton. The groom was supported by Edward Murrin. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the groom's parents. The happy couple will take up residence at Tilton. We extend to them best wishes for calm sailing over the matrimonial sea.


The Daily News
April 25, 1962
Page: 16
Florence Andrews
- Passed away on Tuesday, April 24th, Florence, wife of Arthur Andrews, aged 39 years. Leaving to mourn besides her husband, daughter Suzanne; son, Bruce; mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Barrett of Spaniard's Bay. Resting at Carnell's Funeral Home, 28 Cochrane Street until 11 a.m. on Thursday. Funeral from her late residence, 28 Franklyn Avenue, at 2:30 p.m. to St. Thomas' Church. Interment at the Anglican Cemetery, Forest Road.

 

 

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