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The Daily News Obituaries
March 1959

 

The Daily News
March 3, 1959
Page: 16
Rev. Thomas Malcolm Smith
- Passed peacefully away on Sunday, March 1st, at 2 p.m., Rev. Thomas Malcolm Smith, aged 70 years. Leaving to mourn wife, five sons, Cecil, Clyde, Gerald, Rex and Oliver; four daughters, Miriam (Mrs. Levi Peddle), Kathleen (Mrs. Rev. K. L. Goldsworthy), Rita (Mrs. Rev. Abel Parsons), Rosalind (Mrs. Cyril Stokes) and one sister, Miriam (Mrs. Arch Earle), residing at Lewisporte. Funeral will take place on Tuesday morning at 9:45 from his late residence, 34 O'Neill Avenue, to St. Michael and All Angels Church for funeral office and requiem and thence to the Anglican Cemetery on Forest Road for interment.


The Daily News
March 12, 1959
Page: 13
Spaniard's Bay, March 10 -
Mrs. Susie Barrett
- Mrs. James N. Barrett received a telegram from Boston on Friday last informing her of the sudden death of her aunt, Mrs. Susie Barrett.
The late Mrs. Barrett, who before her marriage was Susie Smith of Bishop's Cove, went to Boston with her husband, Harry Barrett, over forty years ago and had resided in Boston until the time of her death. She is survived by two married sons and a daughter, Myrtle in Boston. Mr. John Smith of Bishop's Cove is a brother and Mrs. Abram Barrett of Spaniard's Bay is a sister. There are several nephews and nieces in both communities. The late Mrs. Barrett and her daughter Myrtle last visited here in the summer of 1955. Burial was at Boston on Monday, March 9.


The Daily News
March 12, 1959
Page: 20

Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Gosse of Spaniard's Bay announce the engagement of their eldest daughter, Yvonne Ethel, R.N., to Mr. Arthur Malcolm Seymour, son of Mrs. Mary and the late Arthur Seymour. Wedding will take place at the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, St. John's on Wednesday, April 8th.

 

 

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