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The Evening Telegram and Other Local Papers
In Memoriam
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MAHER, Frederick
Daily News November 4, 1927 (Friday)
Note of Thanks. The Superior, Belvedere Orphanage, gratefully acknowledges the receipt of $500.00, bequest of the late Frederick Maher of Holyrood, who died at Saranac Lake.

MAHER, John
Daily News November 4, 1927 (Friday)
Acknowledgment.
The Christian Brothers of Mount Cashel acknowledge with thanks the receipt of $500, bequest of the late Frederick Maher of Holyrood, per his brother, John Maher.

MERCER
BARRON
ROACH
Evening Telegram   November 18, 1909 (Thursday)

27 Years Ago. This date, 1882, three men named respectively, Patrick Barron, St. John's; John Roach, Torbay; and Matthew Mercer, Topsail, were killed in a railway accident at Indian Pond. The injured men were: John Ryan (the present City Engineer), W. Ryan, J. Molloy and J. Whelan.

MILLS, Philip H.
The Evening Telegram April 24, 1931 (Friday)
Note of Thanks. - I wish to thank Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mills of Mills' Siding, for their kind attention to me during my six weeks stay at their home with a broken leg; also Messrs. Wm. Mills and Sons for making all arrangements to secure the doctor whenever he was wanted, and for doing what lay in their power to make my enforced stay there as pleasant as possible. I wish to thank also ... the friends belonging to Shoal Hr., Clarenville .. who so often dropped in to see me. ... Philip H. Mills Thoroughfare, April 20th, 1931.

MORRISSEY, Patrick
Daily News June 12, 1926 (Saturday)
Note of Thanks. Mrs. Patrick Morrissey and family, Holyrood, C. B. wish to offer sincere thanks to all the kind friends for their many acts of kindness and messages of sympathy during their late bereavement, especially Rev. Father W. P. Finn, Grand Falls; Rev. Father Henchy, Bishop's Falls; Mr. David Boland, Holyrood; Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Murphy, Mr. A. F. Bonner, Miss Hussey, St. John's; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Blackmore, Mr. Fred Blackmore, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brown, Miss Dora Somerton, Mr. Matt Farrell, Bell Island; Mr. Patrick Mullowney, Miss Ellie O'Neill, Grand Falls; Miss Kitty Hammond, Bell Island; Mrs. Guy Williamson, New York; Miss Monica O'Connor, Detroit; Miss Gertrude Robertson, Toronto; Miss Fern McAuley, Moncton, N.B.; Misses Lillian, Laura and Louise Buisset, Clarion, Pa.; also employees of James Baird, Ltd. for beautiful wreath.

 

 

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