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The Daily News Obituaries
September 1962


The Daily News
September 12, 1962
Page: 16
Spaniard's Bay -
John Hutchings
- We extend sincere sympathy to Mrs. William Hedderson whose father, John Hutchings of Whitbourne, passed away at the General Hospital on Tuesday, September 4. He was laid to rest in the Anglican Cemetery at Whitbourne on Thursday afternoon following the burial service at the Church of St. John the Evangelist, conducted by the Rev. A. E. Bennett. The late Mr. Hutchings was a former resident of Spaniard's Bay, leaving here about thirty years ago. He was seventy years old.
He is survived by his wife, three sons, Wilson and John in St. John's, Fred at Whitbourne, six daughters, Mary (Mrs. Wes Harris), and Laura (Mrs. Frank Dinham) in Whitbourne, Mildred (Mrs. Gordon Forbes) in Montreal, Mildred (Mrs. Boys) in North Carolina, Sue (Mrs. W. Hedderson) in Spaniard's Bay, and Deanna (Mrs. Donald Gosse in Gander, twenty six grandchildren, and three great grandchildren, and to them also we extend sincere sympathy.

The Daily News
September 19, 1962
Page: 5
Bay Roberts -
Jesse Badcock
- Passed peacefully away after a long illness, at his home Bay Roberts East, on Saturday, September 8th, Mr. Jesse Badcock, aged 58 years. Left to mourn besides his wife, the former Emily Snow; one daughter, Minnie (Mrs. Arch Badcock), Bay Roberts; his parents Mr. and Mrs. John C. Badcock; two sisters, Mildred (Mrs. P. L. Curtis), Susan (Mrs. R. J. Radford), all of St. John's; niece, Mrs. Douglas Mawer; nephew, Chesley Russell, both of St. John's, also three grandchildren, to all of whom deepest sympathy is expressed.
The late Mr. Badcock was born at Bay Roberts, a carpenter by trade he worked in many different places in Newfoundland. On the opening of the Fisheries Plant in Bay Roberts he entered their employ where he worked up to 9 months ago when through illness he was forced to resign. Funeral services were held on Monday, Sept. 10th, to St. Matthew's Church. Interment was in the Anglican Cemetery. Rev. Isaac Butler, B.A., B.D., officiated.



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