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The Daily News Obituaries
June 1962

 

The Daily News
June 7, 1962
Page: 9
Spaniard's Bay -
James Noseworthy,
44, passed peacefully away at his residence in Spaniard's Bay, on Friday, May 28, following two years of illness.
Jim was an employee of the firm of Mark Gosse and Sons Limited and that he was a valuable and dependable one was plainly evident during the long period of his illness when the directors of the firm were exceptionally kind in many ways. Among his fellow employees, Jim was well liked, for he was a man who did his work with a smile and with a song on his lips. Jim loved to sing and was especially fond of the hymns of the church, and these he found solace in when he was obliged to pass many a weary hour on his bed of sickness. May he sing with the choirs of heaven.
His funeral was held on Wednesday afternoon to the Church of the Holy Redeemer where the service was conducted by the Rev. E. Willis. Attending the funeral besides relatives and friends were members of the L.O.A. of which Jim had been one.
To his wife, his widowed mother, Mrs. Sarah Noseworthy, to his two sons, Ralph and James, his two daughters, Jessie and Sadie, all at home, to his two brothers, George at Spaniard's Bay and Ernest at Shearstown, his three sisters, Effie (Mrs. Richard Noseworthy), Lavinia (Mrs. William Barrett) at Spaniard's Bay, and Winnie (Mrs. Thomas Hunt) at Harbour Grace, we extend sincere sympathy.
"Father, in They gracious keeping
Lave we now Thy servant sleeping"


The Daily News
June 15, 1962
Page: 15
Spaniard's Bay
-
Correction - In an obituary last week of the late James Noseworthy there was an error in one of the surviving relatives. The correct name should have read for the sister Winnie, Mrs. Thomas Pike, and not Mrs. Thomas Hunt.


The Daily News
June 18, 1962
Page: 20
Mary Pynn
- Passed peacefully away at the Grace Hospital, Sunday, Mary Pynn in her 68th year. Leaving to mourn her husband, Thomas; three daughters, Berdina (Mrs. William Jewer), California, Eileen (Mrs. John Moore) and Betty (Mrs. Gerald Spurrell), St. John's; four sons, Cyril at Ottawa, Fred, Mark and Gordon, St. John's, also one step-daughter, Jessie (Mrs. Arthur Taylor), St. John's. Funeral from Oke's Funeral Home, 123 Quidi Vidi Road, Tuesday at 2:30 p.m.


The Daily News
June 21, 1962
Page: 24
Spaniard's Bay
-
We extend sympathy Mr. John Sheppard, Mr. Isaac Sheppard and Mr. Arthur Sheppard whose sister, Mary (Mrs. Pynn) passed away in St. John's on June 17th.

 

 

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