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Newfoundland Obit Announcements
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Halifax Herald


GRIFFITHS, Mary Winifred
The Chronicle Herald
Saturday April 21st, 1961
Page #7
Mrs. Mary Winifred Griffiths
, widow of Richard Griffiths, former superintendent of the Halifax Public Gardens died at her home 41 Aikins Ave, Friday after a short illness, she was 82. Born in Burgeo, Newfoundland, she was the daughter of the late Richard and Jane (Ford) Rose. She leaves to mourn, one son Kenneth Griffiths, of Dorval, Quebec, one daughter Mrs. Jean Morris, one foster son James Maratell, one sister Mrs. Sue Manethorne. She was a member of the Bethany United Church, W.M.S. past grand member of Princess Ruth Lodge, I.O.O.F., past member of Princess Juvenile Lodge, honary member of l.O.B.A., member of Defense Lodge L.T.B.A.and Truro Blue Orange Benevolent Lodge. The remains are resting at Cruikshanks Funeral Home with the funeral being held on Monday at 2:00 pm with Rev. George McLean officiating. Internment in Camp Hill Cemetery.
Note: {Mary Winnifred ROSE was baptised: September 21, 1879, Burgeo, Nfld.}

MOSHER, Thomas G.
Monday, January 23, 1961 The Halifax Chronicle-Herald
Page 6

The death of Thomas G. Mosher, of 2 Howe Street, Dartmouth, occurred Friday at Camp Hill Hospital, following a lengthy illness. He was 49. Born in Fortune, Newfoundland, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Mosher, he had served 19 years with the Royal Canadian Navy, and for the past year was senior Warden of John Albro Lodge 122, as well as a member of several masonic organizations. He is survived by two sisters, Minne (Mrs Gordon Banfield), Dartmouth, and Elizabeth (Mrs George Banfield), Cornwallis; a brother, Charles of Halifax. Remains are resting at Mattatall's Funeral Home in Dartmouth. Date for the interment which will be at Dartmouth Memorial Gardens had not been set. Rev. W.E. Aitken will officiate.



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