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The Daily News Obituaries
August 1957

 

The Daily News
August 1, 1957
Page: 12
Spaniard's Bay, July 28 -
William A. Crane
- His many friends were shocked to hear of the sudden passing on Wednesday evening, July 24, at Tilton, of William A. Crane, at the age of sixty-two years.
Mr. Crane retired a few years ago after having spent most of his lifetime working with the Dominion Iron and Steel Company at Wabana, at which place he was well and favourably known.
He was a member of the L.O.A. at Tilton, of the Royal Black Preceptory of Upper Island Cove, and of "Lodge MacKay" AF & AM at Bay Roberts.
His funeral was held at Tilton on Friday last. The services for the burial of the dead was read in Church of All Saints by the rector, Rev. Canon T. E. Loder who also read the committal prayers. Delegations from the organizations of which the deceased was a member attended the funeral, and burial was in the family plot.
To his bereaved widow and sisters we offer our deepest sympathy.


The Daily News
August 1, 1957
Page: 12
Spaniard's Bay, July 29 -
William James
, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Murrin, died at St. Clare's Hospital early on Thursday morning, following an illness of several weeks. Burial was in the family plot at Spaniard's Bay. We extend our sympathy to the sorrowing parents.


The Daily News
August 9, 1957
Page: 16
Arthur Seymour
- Passed peacefully away at Spaniard's Bay at 10 p.m., August 8, Arthur Seymour, age 62 years, retired technician with Department of Transport. Leaving to mourn: widow, three sons: Robert N., Stephen and Arthur; three daughters: Joyce (Mrs. Gerald Samuelson, St. John's); Gertrude (Mrs. Thomas Woods, Columbus, Indiana, U.S.A.), and Julia (Mrs. Bert Christopher, Placentia), 4 sisters: Julia (Mrs. Malcolm Squires); Pearl, (Mrs. Robert Butler) and Elsie (Mrs. Oswald Miller) and Miss Maudie, all of St. John's. Funeral at Spaniard's Bay at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.

 

 

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