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The Daily News Obituaries
November 1962

 

The Daily News
November 15, 1962
Page: 8
Spaniard's Bay -
Edward Barrett
, 80, passed away suddenly at his home in Tilton on October 30. His family wishes to thank everyone who helped in any way. A special thank you goes to Dr. Drover and Rev. E. Willis, and also to members of Chosen Few L.O.L. He was a member of the L.O.A. for fifty years. Burial was in the Anglican Cemetery at Tilton.


The Daily News
November 15, 1962
Page: 8
Spaniard's Bay -
Henry Hutchings
- News was received here on Saturday of the passing at Boston on the same day of Henry Hutchings, 68, a former resident of Spaniard's Bay. Among relatives here are Mr. Dewey Hutchings, a step-brother, and two nephews, Messrs. Lawrence and Ray Murrin. Ray and Lawrence with their wives left by air on Sunday to attend the funeral, which was held at Boston on Monday. The late Mr. Hutchings spent several weeks here three years ago and had plans then of returning. He passed away in his sleep. In Boston he is survived by his widow and son.


The Daily News
November 24, 1962
Page: 16
Spaniard's Bay -
Herbert Barrett
- This community was saddened on Friday last when in the forenoon the body of Herbert Barrett, 75, was taken from the water of Northern Cove Pond, just a few feet from his house. He was buried on Sunday afternoon. His widow, two grandchildren, and a nephew living in the United States are the only immediate relatives. To those who mourn the loss of loved ones we offer sincere sympathy.


The Daily News
November 24, 1962
Page: 16
Spaniard's Bay -
Nath Porter
- On Monday morning about 9 o'clock, Mr. Nath Porter was fatally injured when he was hit by a truck as he stepped from a bus to cross the street to his house. A baby, his great grandchild, whom he was carrying in his arms was uninjured. Although he was rushed by ambulance to a St. John's Hospital it was to no avail and he passed away shortly after being admitted. He was 74. Surviving him are his widow, two sons and five daughters. To those who mourn the loss of loved ones we offer sincere sympathy.

 

 

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