The Times & General Commercial Gazette December 1, 1888 (Saturday)
Died, at New York, on the 23rd ult., Alexander Lacey, of Torbay, aged 34 years.
LACEY, Anne Josephine
Evening Telegram April 6, 1992 (Monday)
Passed peacefully at the Grace General Hospital,
April 5, 1992, Anne Lacey of Torbay, in her 83rd year.
Predeceased by her
husband Robert 1964. Leaving to mourn her loving children: Joan Healey
(John), St. John's, Harry (Patricia), Torbay, Sarah Whitten (John), Toronto,
William (Elizabeth), Toronto, Robert (Fronie), St. John's; twelve
grandchildren; one great-grandchild; one sister, Catherine Dunphy; two
brothers: John Roche, Dennis Roche (Agnes); one brother-in-law Joseph
(Margaret), all of Torbay, also a number of nieces, nephews, relatives
friends. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home, Torbay. Funeral services from
Trinity Church, Torbay, Tuesday, April 7th following Mass
at 10 a.m. Interment in Holy Trinity Cemetery, Torbay. Flowers gratefully
donations in her memory may be made to the New Holy Trinity Church Torbay
LACOUR, Ellen (Nellie)
Evening Telegram November 29, 1992 (Sunday)
peacefully away at her son's residence in Lakeview, Hr. Main on Friday,
November 27th, 1992, Mrs. Nellie LaCour, in her 80th year.
Predeceased by her husband Ted in 1985. Leaving to mourn four sons: Edward
Jr. (Sandy) and wife Libby, St. John's, Walter and wife Shirley, Holyrood,
Declan and wife Marg, Lakeview, Rick, Corner Brook; three daughters: Martina
and husband Bill Flynn, Hr. Main, Helen and husband Fred Dalton, Labrador City,
Marie and husband Norman Noseworthy, Mississauga, Ontario; brothers: Dominic
(Mary) Corbett, Holyrood, Leo (Nora), Toronto, John (Mildred), Stephenville
and Con, Toronto; sister, Camilla Robinson, Hamilton, Ontario; sisters-in-law:
Margaret Woodford, Josephine Woodford, Constance (Frank) Costigan and Mary
Corbett; sixteen grandchildren and two precious great-grandchildren to Mom
LeCour [sic] Leslie Ann and Shannon Costello; also a large circle of other
relatives and friends. Resting at Dunphy's Funeral Home, Holyrood. Funeral
will take place on Monday, Nov. 30 following 11 a.m. mass at Sts. Peter and
Paul Church, Harbour Main. Interment will be in Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery,
Evening Telegram September 28, 1993 (Tuesday)
Passed peacefully away at the Health Sciences Complex
Monday, September 27, 1993, Esther LaCour of Holyrood.
Predeceased by her
husband John, September 16, 1986. Leaving to mourn her sad loss are one
daughter, Mary; two sons: Joseph (wife Patricia) and John, all at Wabush;
three precious grandchildren: Jackie Misson (Eric), Jo Anne and Jason
LaCour; two great-grandchildren: Joel and Andrew Misson; one brother,
Richard Crawley; several nieces and nephews and a large circle of relatives
and friends. Resting at Dunphy's Funeral Home, Holyrood. Funeral will
place on Thursday, September 30 following 11 a.m. Mass at Sts. Peter
Paul Cemetery, Harbour Main.
Evening Telegram October 20, 1966 (Thursday)
Passed peacefully away at Holyrood, on October 18th, Frances, wife of the late Theophilus LaCour; leaving to mourn two daughters, Mona (Mrs. Donald Dooley), Evelyn (Mrs. Gerald Devereaux); also two brothers, James J. and Joseph Hickey. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on her soul.
The Evening Telegram April 26, 1957 (Friday)
Passed peacefully away at Holyrood, April 19th, John LaCour, aged 87 years; leaving to mourn one daughter Frances (Mrs. Daniel Hunt), Holyrood; two sons, Gregory, Bishop's Falls, William, Bogota, New Jersey, U.S.A.
Evening Telegram September 21, 1965 (Tuesday)
Death. Passed peacefully
away at the General Hospital on September 20th, 1965, after a short illness,
Susannah Laite, 82 years; leaving to mourn husband Reuben,
one son, Harold; two daughters, Violet and Mabel; one sister, Mrs. Charles
Noseworthy, at St. John's; two brothers, Harold and George at Carbonear; six
grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Resting at Carnell's Funeral Home,
28 Cochrane Street. Remains will be going forward on the 12 noon train on Tuesday,
September 21st, to Clarenville for interment at her late residence, Trinity East,
Evening Telegram December 15, 1890 (Monday)
Died. This morning, Mary Lamb, a native of Carrickbeg, County Wexford, Ireland, aged 75 years, 40 of which she spent in this country; funeral will take place on Wednesday next, at 2.30 p.m., from her late residence, No. 9, South Street; friends and acquaintances are requested to attend without further notice.
Evening Telegram December 5, 1957 (Thursday)
Mrs. Frank Beeso Nov. 27, received the news of the sudden passing of her mother, Mrs. Catherine Lane, at Melrose, Trinity Bay. The funeral was held in Melrose, and Mrs. Beeso left Holyrood by train to be present at the service.
LANGRISHE-MARE, Bella Mary
Harbour Grace Standard October 6, 1888 (Saturday)
Death. At St. John's, Oct. 3rd, Bella Mary, infant daughter of R. Langrishe-Mare, aged 15 months.
Evening Telegram August 3, 1996 (Saturday)
Passed away at Long Island, New York, July 29, 1996,
Margaret Lannon, formerly of Chapel's Cove, Nfld. To be waked at Dunphy's
Funeral home, Holyrood, from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Sunday, August 4. Mass to be held on Monday, August 5 at Harbour Main Church with burial to be at Chapel's Cove Cemetery. She is leaving to mourn one sister Mary Manning of Brooklyn, N.Y. and also many nieces and nephews.
Royal Gazette October 27, 1885 (Tuesday)
Died. On the 14th inst., at Torbay, Mr.
James Larkin, aged 65 years.
Royal Gazette May 12, 1885 (Tuesday)
Died. Accidentally shot at sea, on the 4th inst., from the S.S.
Patrick, aged 23 years, eldest son of Thomas and Mary Larkin, Torbay
Evening Telegram June 10, 1891 (Wednesday)
Died. At Hants Harbor, of La Grippe, May 28th, Dinah Laundry, aged 33 years.
Evening Telegram May 9, 1974 (Thursday)
Passed peacefully away at Belleville, Ontario on May 8,
Lawlor (nee Burton). Her husband Larry and son Leo James Lawlor
predeceased. Leaving to mourn three daughters, Mary, Mrs. James Meens,
Belleville, Ont.; Agnes, Mrs. Leonard Dafoe at Belleville, Ont.; and
Madeline, Mrs. Michael Power at St. John's; two sons, Franks at
Peterborough, Ont.; and Larry at Edmonton, Alberta; one brother, Jack
at St. John's, 24 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Funeral
Friday from Caul's Funeral Home to St. Joseph's Church for mass at 9:30
Interment in Belvedere Cemetery.
LAWLOR, Mary (nee Burton)
Daily News May 9, 1974 (Thursday)
Passed peacefully away at Bellville,
Ontario on May 8, Mary Lawlor (nee Burton). Her husband Larry and son Leo James
Lawlor predeceased. Leaving to mourn three daughters, Mary, Mrs. James Meens,
at Bellville, Ont.; Agnes, Mrs. Leonard Dafoe at Bellville, Ont.; and Madeline,
Mrs. Michael Power at St. John's; two sons, Frank at Peterborough, Ont.; and
Larry at Edmonton, Alberta; one brother, Jack Burton at St. John's, 24 grandchildren
and eight great grandchildren. Funeral on Friday from Caul's Funeral Home to
St. Joseph's Church for mass at 9:30 a.m. Interment in Belvedere Cemetery.
Harbour Grace Standard April 15, 1891 (Wednesday)
Death. Lost at sea, in the 47th year of his age, Mr. Richard Lay (Tucker), a native of Teignmouth, Devonshire, England; deceased was one of the crew of the ill-fated schooner Royal Home, which left here on the 3rd of December 1890, and has not since been heard of.
LEAMY, Margaret (O'Donnell)
Royal Gazette May 14, 1889 (Tuesday)
Died. On the 7th instant, at Blackhead, Margaret, wife of Mr. Michael Leamy, and sister of Revs. Jeremiah, Richard and Patrick O'Donnell, a native of Calin, Co. Tipperary, Ireland, aged 64 years.
LEARNING, Douglas Hall
Evening Telegram June 1, 1998 (Monday)
Passed peacefully away on Saturday, May 30,1998 at St. Clare`s Mercy Hospital Palliative Care Unit, Douglas H. Learning, a retired City Hall Employee (Plumber), aged 68 years. Predeceased by his father Ronald (1985), mother Maude (1988). Leaving to mourn with fond and
loving memories his loving and devoted wife of 42 years: Pearl (nee Hart); sister Valda Williams; brothers: Bill (Phyllis), and Walter (Marjorie); three sisters-in-law: Emily Ivany and Adelaide Austin, St. John`s, and Hilda (Bernie) Bindi, Mississauga, Ont.; special Aunt Hilda Gardner, Nepean, Ont.; many niece, nephews, as well as a large circle of other relatives and friends. Resting at Carnell`s Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater Road. Visitation on Sunday, May 31 from 2 p.m. - 10 p.m., Monday, June 1 from 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. and Tuesday, June 2 from 10 a.m. - 12 noon. Funeral service will take place on Tuesday, June 2,1998 at 2 p.m. from the Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist on Church Hill. Interment to follow at the Anglican Cemetery, Kenmount Road. No flowers by request, donations in his memory may
be made to The Newfoundland Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation or C.L.B. Avalon Batallion Band.
LeCLAIR, Judge Joseph (retired)
Telegram May 8, 2000 (Monday)
Passed suddenly away on Sunday, May
2000, Joseph LeClair, aged 61 years. Predeceased by his parents
Clarence and Emma; and sister Lauretta Bouma (LeClair), Alberta. Leaving
with fond and loving memories, his wife Gertrude (nee Power); sons: Joseph
Jr. (Irene), Paul and Jason (Valerie), mother-in-law Mary Power; sisters:
Teresa Crothers, Alberta, Mary (Jim) Dawson, Alberta, Denise (Elmer)
Alberta; one brother Albert (Lia) LeClair, New Glasgow, N.S.;
sisters-in-law: Rosemary Sullivan, Ethel (Derm) Dobbin, and Robeta [sic]
Power; brothers-in-law: Greg (Mary), Gerry and Don (Michelle); nieces,
nephews, other relatives, friends and special friends Margaret and George
MacCharles. Resting at Carnell's Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater Road on
Monday and Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass to take place from
Mary Queen of Peace Church on Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. with interment to
follow in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Flowers accepted or donations in his
memory may be made to the Heat and Stroke Foundation or a charity of
Telegram December 13, 1999 (Monday)
Passed peacefully away at Grace General Hospital on December
12, 1999, Theresa Lee in her 82nd year. Predeceased
by husband Cyril, son
Donald, and granddaughter Lisa Hynes, seven brothers and five sisters.
Leaving to mourn with fond and loving memories two daughters: Lucy (Bill)
Hynes, Flora, Nova Scotia; three sons: Cyril (Noreen), Albert (Noreen),
(Teresa), Nova Scotia; 12 grandchildren: Laura, Gary, Jonathan, Jennifer,
Damien, Brendan, Stephen, Tammy, Vanessa, Curtis, Tom and Marie; special
friend and niece Anne Devine; five sisters-in-law: Theresa Daly, Boston,
Catherine Daly, Florence Daly, Flora Walsh and Theresa Holland; also
number of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Resting at Gibbons
Home, St. Mary`s on Monday, December 13th, 2:00 p.m. - 10:00
p.m. and Tuesday, December 14th, 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Mass
of Christian Burial to
be held on December 15th at 11:00 a.m. at the Church of the
Mary`s. Burial to follow at St. Joseph the Worker Cemetery, Riverhead,
Royal Gazette March 31, 1885 (Tuesday)
Died. On the 29th inst., Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Peter LeEstrange, aged
54 years, a native of Torbay.
Daily News July 4, 1918 (Thursday)
Casualty List. Royal Newfoundland Regiment.
Received July 3, 1918. Previously Reported Missing Dec. 3rd, Now Presumed Dead, July 1st 3179 Pte. Manuel LePage, Ship Cove, Bay St. George
Daily News October 10, 1932 (Monday)
Holyrood, October 7th - One of the most widely known and respected citizens of Holyrood in the person of Aaron Lewis passed away at his late residence on Sunday evening October 2nd at the advanced age of 81 years. Although in failing health for almost twelve months, his death came as a shock to his many friends and neighbors. The deceased had been a resident of Holyrood all his life, and had always taken an active part in the welfare of the community. In early life he was a fisherman and a boat master, and fished to the westward and at Labrador. Later he engaged in Railway building and section work, and finally settled at farming and local fishing. In every sense of the word a good man has passed out - one who feared his God, reverenced his priests and loved his fellowmen. His ancestors came from the Channel Islands and settled in Holyrood somewhere about 150 years ago. They were great big, burly and stalwart men with granite constitution and giant-like frames, and Aaron was typical of them, a fine square man of splendid physique - never a sick day in his life, until stricken with the last illness, and he was reconciled as he forebode his end was in sight. His beloved pastor Rev. Joseph Peddle was called several times to see the sick man, and administered to him the last sacraments of Holy Church. His funeral took place on Tuesday evening at half past two o'clock from his late home to the Church of Holy Cross.
He was a charter member of the Star of the Sea Association, and the brothers paid the last tribute of respect to a worthy brother member by attending his funeral in processional order. The funeral which was a large one was augmented by a number of friends and relatives from Holyrood and the city, who came to pay their respects and last honours to the dead man. Undertaker Dunphy conducted the funeral arrangements, in his usual reverent and solemn manner. At the Church the funeral service was recited by Rev. Father Peddle, and this being ended the procession reformed and moved to the central cemetery where the remains were reverently laid in the family plot. The late Mr. Lewis leaves a widow, one sister, and numbers of nephews and nieces to mourn his loss. To all of whom our sincere sympathy goes forth.
Daily News September 20, 1920 (Monday)
At the age of 19 years, Charles Lewis, leaving a father, mother,
three brothers and three sisters to mourn their sad loss. Funeral on
Tuesday at 2.30 p.m. from his father's residence, Golf Avenue.
LEWIS, Cornelius (retired CN foreman)
Evening Telegram September 5, 1993 (Sunday)
Passed peacefully away at his
residence in Avondale on Friday, Sept. 3, 1993, in his
Predeceased by his daughter Geraldine 1984 and his son-in-law Richard
Williams, 1984, and his grandsons: Clayton, 1982, Bill 1984. Left with
and loving memories are his devoted wife Mary; four sons: Bill (Julianne
Lewis), James (Doreen Lewis), Paddy (Bon Lewis), Larry Lewis, all at
Avondale; three daughters: Annie (Con Devereaux), Jennie (John Kennedy),
Avondale, Irene (Clayton Rees), Oakville, Ont., 28 grandchildren; 32
great-grandchildren; daughter-in-law Maizie Lewis; son-in-law Patrick
Milmore, Avondale; one sister, Mary Pinsent, Bishop Falls; two
sisters-in-law: Johanna Lewis, Brigus Junction; Bride Lewis, Avondale;
numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Resting at Dunphy's
Funeral Home, Holyrood. Visiting hours on Sunday from 1-10 p.m. Funeral
will take place on Monday, Sept. 6, 1993 following 10:30 a.m. mass at
Assumption Church, Avondale. Interment will be in Assumption Cemetery,
Colonist July 5, 1887 (Tuesday)
Death. Lewis - This morning, after a painful illness, Eliza, beloved wife of Mr. Richard Lewis, aged 35 years. Funeral on Friday, at 2.30 p.m., from her late residence, East-street. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend.
Royal Gazette July 12, 1887 (Tuesday)
Died. On the 5th inst., Eliza, wife of Mr. Richard Lewis, aged 35 years.
Evening Telegram November 4, 1898 (Friday)
Died. On 3rd Nov., at lower Island Cove, after a short illness, Eliza, beloved wife of the late John C. Lewis, aged 92 years; she leaves a large circle of friends to mourn their loss.
Evening Telegram January 19, 1925 (Monday)
Obituary. We regret to learn of the passing of Mr. Fred Lewis at the age of 75 years, which occurred this morning after an illness of 12 months duration. The late Fred Lewis had been pilot out of St. John's for a long number of years and is the last of the old family of that name. He took a keen interest in the annual Regatta and in his younger days coxwained many a crew first to the winning post. In 1872 he built the Lady of the Lake, which captured practically all the races in that year. Mr. Lewis was three times married, his first wife being Miss Ebsary of the Southside. His second wife was Mrs. Scott. His widow, Miss Critch, whom he married about ten years ago and by whom he had two children, Margaret and Walter survive. To the family the Telegram extends sympathy in their bereavement.
Evening Telegram January 19, 1925 (Monday)
Died. At 2 o'clock this morning, Frederick Lewis, leaving a wife, 1 son and 1 daughter to mourn their sad loss. Funeral on Wednesday at 2.30 p.m. from his late residence, 48 Cochrane Street.
LEWIS, Frederick George
Royal Gazette November 26, 1889 (Tuesday)
Died. On the 19th instant, Frederick George, aged 8 years, child of Wm. and Mary Grace Lewis.
Daily News August 11, 1920 (Wednesday)
Passed peacefully away on the 10th inst., Henriette, relict
of the late John Lewis, aged 62 years. Funeral to-day (Wednesday) at 2.30
p.m., from the residence of Mr. John Garrett, Quidi Vidi Road.
Evening Telegram December 2, 1890 (Tuesday)
Died. At Holyrood, on Wednesday, the 26th, Isabella, aged 2 years and 3 months, darling child of James and Anastasia Lewis.
Harbour Grace Standard December 5, 1890 (Friday)
Death. At Holyrood, on 26th ult., Isabella, aged 2 years and 3 months, darling child of James and Anastasia Lewis.
The Times & General Commercial Gazette December 6, 1890 (Saturday)
Died, at Holyrood, on the 26th ult., Isabella, aged 2 years and 3 months, child of James and Anastasia Lewis.
LEWIS, James F.
Evening Telegram March 13, 1997 (Thursday)
Passed peacefully away at his home in Bacon Cove,
surrounded by his loving family, on Wednesday, March 12, 1997,
James Lewis, age 77 years. Predeceased by his wife Josephine (Gushue) in 1993.
Left to mourn his sad loss are his children: Lori (with whom he resided);
Margaret Linehan (Basil), Goose Bay, Agnes Murphy (Tim), Colliers,
Marion Ryan (Tony), Marysvale, Brendan (Gerry), Conception Harbour,
James (Delores), Bacon Cove, Jerry (Evette), Bacon Cove; grandchildren:
Carl and Basil Linehan, Tracey Marques (Carlos), Timmy, Jamie and Suzanne
Murphy, Jennifer, Justin and Michael Lewis, Curtis and Susie Ryan,
Bradley, Tyler and Jeffrey Lewis; brothers: Jack, Conception Harbour,
Brendan (Marie), Colliers, George (Madeline), Chamberlains, Joe (Jenny),
Harbour Main, sisters: Bride McGrath, Freshwater, Rita Maher (Frank),
Freshwater, Betty Lewis (Dan), Philadelphia; and special relative Bernice
(Kevin Whelan), Colliers; also left to mourn a number of nephews and
nieces, and members of his late wife’s family, with whom he always
shared a special bond. Resting at Conway’s Funeral Home, Conception
Harbour. Funeral Mass to take place at St. Anne’s Parish, Conception
Harbour, March 14 at 10:30 a.m. Interment to follow at the R.C. Cemetery,
Evening Telegram September 13, 1890 (Saturday)
Died. Last evening, after a long and painful illness, Jane, relict of the late Stephen Lewis, aged 66 years. Funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 4 p.m., from her late residence, 55, Gower Street; friends of the family please attend without further notice.
The Times & General Commercial Gazette March 14, 1885 (Saturday)
Died, at Holyrood, on the 6th inst., Mr. John Lewis, aged 23 years.
LEWIS, John Joseph
Royal Gazette March 17, 1885 (Tuesday)
Died. At Holyrood, on the 6th inst., Mr. John Joseph
Lewis, aged 23 years.
Colonist November 26, 1887 (Saturday)
Death. Lewis. - At Holyrood, on the 22nd inst., after a long illness, aged 74 years, John Lewis, an old and respectable inhabitant of that place. - R.I.P.
The Times & General Commercial Gazette November 30, 1887 (Wednesday)
Died, at Holyrood, on the 22nd inst., Mr. John Lewis, aged 74 years.
Daily News February 2, 1968 (Friday)
Passed away suddenly at his home Salmonier Line, January 31st, Mr. John Lewis in his 90th year. Leaving to mourn his wife Rose, four daughters, Mary (Mrs. Phonse Power), Salmonier; Joan (Mrs. Andrew Seward), St. John's; Rose (Mrs. Gerald Martin), Gibson, B.C.; and Ellen of St.
John's; also four sons, John and Tim at Labrador, William and Edward at home, also three sisters, Mrs. Annie Kennedy, Holyrood; Mrs. Minnie Corcoran and Mrs. Ellen Perry, U.S.A. One brother Stanley also in the U.S.A. 20 grand children. Funeral notice will be given later.
Evening Telegram February 2, 1968 (Friday)
Passed away suddenly at his home on Salmonier Line, January 31st, Mr. John Lewis, in his 90th year; leaving to mourn his wife, Rose; four daughters, Mary (Mrs. Phonse Power), Salmonier; Joan (Mrs. Andrew Seward), St. John's; Rose (Mrs. Gerald Martin), Gibsons, B.C.; Ellen of St. John's; four sons, John and Tim, in Labrador; William and Edward at home; also three sisters, Mrs. Annie Kennedy, Holyrood; Mrs. Minnie Corcoran, and Mrs. Ellen Penney, U.S.A., and one brother Stanley, U.S.A.; 20 grandchildren. Funeral notice will be given later.
LEWIS, John Henry
Evening Telegram May 5, 1891 (Tuesday)
Died. On the 16th ult., of diphtheria, John Henry, aged 3 years and 3 months; on the 24th ult., William, aged 11 months; and on the 4th inst., Peter, aged 6 years and 6 months, the beloved children of John and Harriet Lewis.
LEWIS, John Joseph
Royal Gazette March 17, 1885 (Tuesday)
DIED. ... At Holyrood, on the 6th inst., Mr. John Joseph Lewis, aged 23 years.
LEWIS, Kate Ashman
Royal Gazette June 21, 1887 (Tuesday)
Died. On the 19th inst., Kate Ashman, relict of the late Mr. Robert Lewis, and daughter of Mr. Thomas Ashman.
LEWIS, Leslie Gerald
(Retired C.N.R. Employee).
Telegram November 19, 1999 (Friday)
Passed away suddenly
his residence on Wednesday, November 17, 1999, Leslie Lewis of
aged 64 years. Predeceased by his loving wife, Martha on April 12, 1999
son Scott on July 14, 1975. Leaving to mourn with fond and loving memories
son, Donald (Heather) and daughter, Kathy (Ron Field); beloved
grandchildren, Donald and Kristina Lewis and Scott Field; also leaving
mourn brothers Fred (Aggie), Jim (Anita), David (Bridie) all of Holyrood;
Ray (Dot), Chicago, IL; sisters, Mary (Richard Gallagher), Chicago, IL,
Rosemary (Ray McNamara), Winnipeg; brothers-in-law, Jim, Jack (Isa) and
(Madeline) Love and sisters-in-law, Margie Ryce; many nieces, nephews,
relatives and friends. Resting at Carnell`s Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater
Road from 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday. Funeral Mass to take place on Saturday,
November 20, 1999 at 10:30 a.m. from Mary Queen of the World Parish with
interment to follow at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Flowers gratefully accepted
or donations in Leslie`s memory may be made to his favorite charity,
Society of St. Vincent de Paul, c/o Mary Queen of the World Church, P.O.
370, Mt. Pearl, NF A1A 2C4.
"To the World he was but one; but to
us he was
LEWIS, Louisa Codner
Royal Gazette March 26, 1889 (Tuesday)
Died. At Halifax, on March 4th, Louisa Codner, wife of Capt. D.T. Lewis.
The Evening Telegram April 4, 1931 (Saturday)
Died. - Died at Holyrood March 31st, Mary, widow of the late Philip Lewis, aged 84 years. Leaving to mourn their sad loss one brother, besides a large circle of relatives and friends. - R.I.P.
The Evening Telegram May 21, 1997 (Wednesday)
Passed peacefully away at the Health Sciences Complex on Tuesday, May 20, 1997, Mary Lewis (Maisie), Holyrood, age 77 years. Leaving to mourn her husband Fred; one son, Brian; four sisters-in-law: Helen Dunne, Kay Molloy (Syl), Evelyn Prokorym, all of the U.S.A., Josephine Farrell (John), St. John's; one brother-in-law, Arthur Lewis (Margaret), Holyrood; also many nephews, nieces and other relatives and friends. Resting at Hickey's Funeral Home, Holyrood. Funeral to take place on Friday, May 23, at 10:30 a.m. at Holy Cross Church, Holyrood. Interment at the R. C. Cemetery, Holyrood.
LEWIS, Mrs. Maurice
Evening Telegram July 16, 1909 (Friday)
Old Indian Dead. Mrs. Lewis, wife of Maurice Lewis, the late chief of the Micmac Indians, of Conn River, died there on the 23rd June past, and was buried on the 25th. She was a remarkable old woman, was over 90 years of age, and her natal day was the same as the late revered Queen Victoria, the 24th May, a fact which the old lady often commented upon. She could tell many interesting stories of the history of the tribe in days gone by.
Royal Gazette April 24, 1888 (Tuesday)
Died. On the 21st inst., Mr. Patrick Lewis, aged 86 years.
LEWIS (nee Dwyer), Rosalene Mary
Telegram March 17, 2004 (Wednesday)
suddenly away at her residence in Kelligrews on March 15, 2004, age 64 years.
Predeceased by her father: Patrick Dwyer, December 8, 1957, mother: Eileen
Dwyer, January 25, 2003 and brother: Roy Dwyer, March 10, 2004. Leaving to
mourn her husband Dan; daughter: Colleen Stockley (Rod); granddaughters: Nicole,
Jennifer and Amanda; brother: Patrick Dwyer (Ferne); sister-in-law: Mabel Dwyer;
brothers-in-law: Richard Lewis (Marcia) and Gerald; sisters-in-law: Margaret
Finn (Edward), Barbara Barnes (Nelson) and Mary Lou Whelan (Matthew); and nieces,
nephews, relatives and friends. Visitation in the James J. Hickey Memorial
Funeral Home, Kelligrews on Wednesday and Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Funeral
Mass on Friday, March 19, 2004 at 1:30 pm in St. Edwards Church, Kelligrews.
Cremation to follow. Flowers gratefully accepted or donations to a charity
of one's choice.
Evening Telegram July 13, 1891 (Monday)
Died. On Saturday, 11th inst., after a short illness, borne with Christian resignation to the Divine Will, Mrs. Sarah Lewis, aged 58 years. - R.I.P.
LEWIS, Mrs. Sarah
The Evening Telegram March 9, 1931 (Monday)
Obituary. Mrs. Sarah Lewis, Newtown, Holyrood. Mrs. Sarah Lewis, beloved wife of Aaron Lewis, passed to the Great Beyond on February 11th, 1931. The deceased was possessed of robust health until four years ago when symptoms of that dread disease cancer developed, and the late Dr. Dwyer committed her to the General Hospital, St. John's, for treatment. After a lengthened stay there she came home apparently restored to health. She relapsed after a year, and on several occasions since was compelled to seek treatment again at the hospital until the medical men there lost all hope, and she was returned home last November incurable to await the inevitable end.
Born at Chapel's Cove 61 years ago, the daughter of the late William and Margaret Crawley. She was married thirty-five years ago to Mr. Aaron Lewis, and lived on the Salmonier Line ever since, where with painstaking industry and tireless hard work, she helped to build up a happy and thriving homestead, and to raise the large family of six sons and two daughters. A good woman has gone forever from Salmonier Road - one that loved her church and reverenced her priest - a willing worker in parish and community welfare, and the poor had always in her a friend to relieve their wants.
During her illness she was visited by her beloved pastor Fr. Finn and was fortified and strengthened in her last days by his visits and ministrations to give her the last sacraments. Her funeral took place on February 13th, from her home to the church of Holy Cross. Undertaker Dunphy removed the body which was enclosed in a handsome casket from the room to the hearse in waiting, and then lined up the immensely large funeral procession which included in its ranks a large number of friends and sympathizers from Chapel's Cove, Harbor Main and North Arm, who came to pay their last tribute to the deceased lady and to testify their sympathy and regard for the bereaved family. At the church, Rev, Fr. Finn, P.P., officiated at the funeral service and this finished, the procession reformed and moved to the Central Cemetery where the remains were reverently laid into the family plot beside those of her son Gregory who predeceased her seven years ago. Surviving her to mourn the loss of a good wife and fond mother, are her husband, four sons, John and Aaron, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Bernard, at Rye, N.Y.; and James at home; two daughters, Mrs. Frank La Russell, Rye, N.Y.; Margaret and an adopted daughter May Penney, at home to all of whom we tender our sincere sympathy in their sad bereavement; and may her soul rest in peace.
Royal Gazette December 27, 1887 (Tuesday)
Died. On the 23rd inst., Mr. William Lewis (Senior Branch Pilot), aged 77 years, a native of Taunton, Devonshire, England.
LINDBERG, Rosamond Catherine
Evening Telegram July 21, 1910 (Thursday)
Died. On July 20th, Rosamond Catherine, wife of the late John Lindberg. Funeral to-morrow, Friday, at 2.30 p.m. from 19 Military Road.
Evening Telegram May 5, 1909 (Wednesday)
Death of Mr. Lockyer at Bonavista. Mr. George Lockyer at Bonavista on the 29th April last, mourned by a large number of relatives and friends. Deceased, who was in his 84th year, was a native of Trinity, but of late years had been living in
Bonavista with his son, Mr. John Lockyer, who occupies a position with James Ryan & Co. Deceased leaves also the following relatives: Rev. W.J. Lockyer, of Port Morien, C.B., his son; Mrs. (Capt.) Darius Blandford, Port Blandford, and Mrs. Francis Collis, Heart's Content, his daughters. To them all the Telegram extends its sympathy in their bereavement.
Royal Gazette July 20, 1875 (Tuesday)
DIED. .. At Old Perlican, Trinity Bay, on the 28th ultimo, James Lockyer Mews, Esq., late Stipendiary Magistrate at that place, aged 68 years.
Evening Telegram June 6, 1891 (Saturday)
Latest by Telegraph.
Two Young Men Drowned and Two Rescued.
Conditions of the Survivors. At North River. Bay Roberts, This afternoon. Yesterday afternoon, a sad and very melancholy accident happened at North River, by which two young men lost their lives. Four persons named, respectively, Morrissey, Long, Sinclair and Connolly were returning from a rinding trip at the head of what is commonly known as Snow's Pond, with their boat-load of rinds. The boat filled with
water and sank leaving the occupants struggling in the pond, from which two of them - Morrissey and Long - were taken dead. The other two were, with much difficulty, saved by the employees of Mr. Horwood. After the recovery of the bodies, Mr. Horwood brought the survivors, in a very exhausted condition, to their homes.
LONG, Seraphina Gold
The Times & General Commercial Gazette April 16, 1890 (Wednesday)
Died, on Sunday last, Seraphina Gold, wife of Thomas Long, S.G.O., and the eldest daughter of the late P. Huie, Esq., merchant of this city.
Gazette January 25, 1859 (Tuesday)
Died. At Harbour Main, on Thursday the 13th instant, Mr.
planter, aged 67 years, an old and respectable inhabitant of that place.
Royal Gazette September 23, 1884 (Tuesday)
Died. At Trinity, the 8th inst., Mr. Thomas Lucas, aged 70 years.
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. ...
Evening Telegram February 24, 1925 (Tuesday)
Died. After a short illness, on Monday the 23rd inst., Nora, relict of the late Capt. James Lynch, who predeceased her by two months. Deceased had reached the advanced age of 82 years. Left to mourn are two daughters, Mrs. J.J. Woodford, city, Mrs. Joseph Ryall, Boston; three sons, Thomas and James, city, and Richard in Boston, as well as a large circle of grandchildren and friends. Funeral will take place from her late residence, 30 Prince's Street at 2.30 p.m. Wednesday. Friends and acquaintances will please accept this, the only intimation. Boston papers please copy. R.I.P.