Evening Telegram June 10, 1891 (Wednesday)
Died. At Hants Harbor, of La Grippe, on May 23rd, Caroline Adey, aged 42 years
ALDERDICE, Harold W.
Daily News July 28, 1976 (Wednesday)
[same in Evening Telegram on July 27]
Passed away at the General Hospital after a short illness,
Harold W. Alderdice aged 68 years, son of the late Mrs. Harriet
and the Honourable Frederick C. Alderdice. Leaving to mourn his wife, Doris;
two daughters Patricia (Mrs. E.P. Henley) at Pierrefonds, Catherine (Mrs. (Dr.)
J. MacCallum) at Saskatoon, Sask.; one sister, Doris (Mrs. H.D. Macgillivray);
three nephews and two grandchildren. Resting at the Carnel Memorial Chapel,
Freshwater Rd. Funeral from St. Thomas' Church, at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, July
28th to the Anglican Cemetery, Kenmount Road.
ALDERDICE, Harriet C.
Evening Telegram December 1, 1966 (Friday)
Passed peacefully away early this morning, Harriet
C. Alderdice, widow of the late Hon. Frederick C. Alderdice, leaving
to mourn two daughters, Edith and Doris (Mrs. Darroch Macgillivray);
two sons, James and Harold; five grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
Resting at her home, 8 Rendell Place, ‘til noon Saturday. Funeral
2.15 p.m. from St. Thomas Church.
ALLEN, James G.
Evening Telegram November 1, 1971 (Monday)
Passed peacefully away at St. Clare's Hospital James G. Allen,
aged 68, 0f 20 Empire Avenue, formerly of Flatrock. Leaving to mourn
Genevieve (nee Fortune), 2 brothers, Harold at Brooklyn, N.Y., and Leo
New Bedford, Mass.; aunt, Mrs. Eleanor Maynard, and uncle, Michael Parsons,
both at Flatrock. Funeral on Monday morning from Caul's Funeral Home
Flatrock for Requiem Mass at 10:30 a.m. Interment at Flatrock.
The Evening Telegram May 16, 1924 (Friday)
Died. Passed peacefully away, at 8.30 o'clock this morning, James
Alyward [sic], aged 71 years, leaving to mourn one sister, Mrs. John Reddy. Funeral at 8 o'clock Saturday from his late residence, 66 Barnes Road to station to go out on 8.45 train. Interment takes place at Harbour Grace Cemetery.
Harbour Grace Standard December 28, 1864 (Wednesday)
Died. On Wednesday the 7th inst., after a protracted illness, Richard Anderson, Esq., a native of Cavan, Ireland, aged 80 years, 60 of which he spent in this country.
Evening Telegram July 31, 1992 (Friday)
Passed away July 29, 1992 at Central Newfoundland Regional
Health Centre, age 83 years. Left to mourn her loving husband Thomas;
Denny Christian of St. John's (wife Thelma); step-son Tom Arklie of Grand
Falls (wife Josey); two step-daughters: Janet Makar, Sparewood [sic],
Evelyn Sutton, Winnipeg, Manitoba; four sisters: Meriam Pike, St. John's,
Florence Shears, St. John's, Jean Wight, Dartmouth, N.S., Eve Atkinson,
Halifax, N.S.; two sisters-in-law: Marion Hue, Clarkes Beach and Sally
Christian, Goose Cove; and a number of grandchildren and
great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at St. Matthew's
Presbyterian Church in Grand Falls on Saturday, August 1st at 2:00 p.m.
lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Cancer Society or to
Visual Arts Society, Grand Falls.
ARMAND, Doris (nee Ivany)
The Evening Telegram May 10, 1995 (Wednesday)
Age 74 years. (St. John's) Passed away suddenly on Monday, May 8, 1995 at the General Hospital, Health Sciences Complex. Predeceased by her husband Alfred on April 1, 1995. Leaving to mourn one brother Moses Anthony and wife Jeanette; two sisters: Daphne Bennett and husband
Michael, and Lillian Whalen; two nieces: Beverly and Michelle Bennett; five nephews: Tony Bennett, Carl, Rick, Bill and Joe Anthony. Resting at Barrett's Funeral Home, 328 Hamilton Avenue from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday and 10:00 a.m. - 12 noon Friday. Funeral service 2:00 p.m. Friday from Barrett's Chapel with interment to follow in the Anglican Cemetery, Kenmount Road. Flowers gratefully accepted or donations may be made to a charity of one's choice.
Royal Gazette August 23, 1881 (Tuesday)
Died. At Trinity, of diphtheria, on the 16th inst., Margaret,
and on the 17th inst., Henrietta, twin daughters of Capt. F. Ash, aged
ASH, Nehemiah, Carbonear - unmarried.
Colonist September 26, 1887 (Monday)
Loss of the Ocean Friend. Feelings of Sadness in Carbonear.
(To the Editor of the Colonist). Carbonear, Sept. 23rd, 1887.
Sir, - You will, no doubt, be sorry to learn that a feeling of sad gloom hangs over our town, owing to the loss of the Ocean Friend - a schr. of some 80 tons. The vessel, which was only a little over six years old, and of American build, left for the bank fishery about eight weeks ago, having on board fourteen men and a boy (not sixteen as reported in your columns Wednesday). ... On the 15th inst., a telegram was received from Burin by the owner, W. Duff, Esq., of the firm Messers Duff & Balmer [sic], stating that the schooner was lost on the Grand Bank. This report was confirmed on the 21st, by Capt. Moore, of the schooner Lizzie, of Heart's Content, who stated he was on board the wreck on the 6th; but no bodies were to be seen. ...
In consequence of this calamity, ten poor women are left widows, and twenty-four children fatherless. ... The names of the crew are as follows: - Robert Wareham, of Salmon Cove, Conception bay, who leaves an aged mother, a wife and six children. This man's brother was lost with wife and family on the White Bear Islands, two years ago. Simon Luther, of Carbonear, leaves a widow and three children. Robert Penny (Carbonear), a widow and five children. His son, a boy of fourteen, was also lost. Thomas Howell (Carbonear), a widow and two children; Thomas Clark (Carbonear), a widow and four children; Reubin Pike (Carbonear), a widow and two children; Jourdain Pike (Carbonear), a widow and one child; Richard Penny (Carbonear), a widow and one child; William Penny (Carbonear), and Noah Hull, of Trinity Bay, each leaves a widow. Reubin French, Thomas Power, Nehemiah Ash, and Edward Penny (captain), all of Carbonear, were unmarried. To add to the sadness of this recital, two of these poor women are shortly expecting an addition to their poor fatherless families. The eldest of the children is not more than twelve years of age. ... John Goodison Jno. W. Vickers. ...
Royal Gazette January 30, 1877 (Tuesday)
DIED. ... On Saturday evening last, after a protracted illness, born with truly Christian fortitude, Johanna Ashman, beloved wife of Captain Joseph Costigan.
Evening Telegram July 10, 1976 (Saturday)
[same in Daily News on July 6]
Passed away on Sunday, July 4, after a short illness at Hyannis
Port, Mass., Pius Augot, in his 59th year. Leaving
to mourn his beloved wife, Lena; two sons, Michael and Frank at Harbour Breton;
two daughters, Marion (Mrs. John Hynes), New Town, Mount Pearl, and Geraldine
(Mrs. Patrick Quann), Harbour Breton; also one brother Reginald; four sisters,
Mary (Mrs. George Peters), Ellie (Mrs. Patrick Meaney), Frances (Mrs. Samuel
Strickland), and Dorothy (Mrs. Clayton Barnes); nine grandchildren and a large
circle of relatives and friends. Funeral took place Friday, July 9th. Interment
in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Harbour Breton.
AUSTIN, Patrick Joseph
Daily News January 27, 1965 (Wednesday)
Passed peacefully away at St. John's on Jan 25th, Patrick Joseph Austin, aged 87 years. Leaving to mourn his loving wife Mary, two sons Stephen at Holyrood and Patrick Jr. at Mount Pearl; one daughter Lucy (Mrs. Leo Fitzpatrick), St. John's and 14 grandchildren. Remains resting at Hickey's Funeral Home, Holyrood. Funeral to take place at 10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 28th from Hickey's Funeral Home, to Holy Cross Church. Interment at Holyrood South Cemetery.
The Times & General Commercial Gazette May 4, 1889 (Saturday)
Died, on the 2nd inst., after a lingering illness, Johanna, relict of the late Michael Aylward, aged 64 years.