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The Daily News Obituaries
October 1961


The Daily News
October 3, 1961
Page: 16
Mary Noseworthy
- Passed peacefully away at Arlington, Mass., on Tuesday, September 26th, Mary, widow of the late Lorenzo Noseworthy, formerly of Spaniard's Bay and beloved mother of Eric at Corner Brook, also Gordon, Annie, Bertha and Muriel in Arlington, Mass., and Gwen residing in Japan and Nina in California, one sister, Annie Efford in Vancouver. Funeral from the Church of the Holy Redeemer at Spaniard's Bay today, Tuesday at 2:30 p.m.

The Daily News
October 10, 1961
Page: 16
Spaniard's Bay -
Mary Noseworthy
- Passed away at Arlington, Mass., on Tuesday, September 26, Mary Noseworthy, widow of Lorenzo Nosewothy formerly of Spaniard's Bay. Several children survive: Eric at Corner Brook, Gordon, Annie, Bertha and Muriel in Arlington, Mass., Gwen in Japan, and Nina in California. Her remains will be laid to rest in the family plot here following the Burial Service in Holy Redeemer Church where she and her family were once worshipers. To those bereaved we extend sympathy.

The Daily News
October 13, 1961
Page: 9
, ten-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mercer, Spaniard's Bay, was laid to rest here on Thursday afternoon, October 5, her death having occurred on the previous day. The dear little one had been ill for almost all of her ten tender years, and although she was obliged to forego much of the play that children indulge in, she went to school when she could and tried to be careful. Her classmates were saddened to lose one of their number and as a token of respect, they attended her funeral in a group. Rev. E. Willis officiated at the Church of the Holy Redeemer.
To her sorrowing parents and the family heartfelt sympathy is offered.

The Daily News
October 13, 1961
Page: 9
Mrs. Alice Maud Reid
, wife of Hedley Reid of Spaniard's Bay passed away at her residence on Tuesday, October 3. She was 54. Her passing came as no surprise to her family and friends who did all that they could to make her comfortable and happy, and the angel of death brought to an end months of suffering, born with Christian fortitude.
The funeral was held on Thursday afternoon and was attended by members of the LOA. The service at the Church of the Holy Redeemer was conducted by the Rector Rev. E. Willis and burial was in the family plot.
Mourning their loss are a loving husband, two sons, John at Bell Island, and Eddie at home, two daughters, Mary (Mrs. Clayton Rumboldt) at Coley's Point, and Lorraine.
To those who mourn we offer sincere sympathy.



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