Newfoundlander April 2, 1880 (Friday)
Died. - On the 28th inst., Arthur, son of the late Capt. John Neil, aged 40 years.
Harbour Grace Standard April 9, 1887 (Saturday)
Death. On Thursday evening, deeply regretted, Margaret, relict of the late Matthew Neil, aged 70 years. Her funeral will take place on to-morrow (Sunday) at 2.30 o'clock p.m.
Harbour Grace Standard May 8, 1880 (Saturday)
Death. On the 5th inst., after a lingering illness, William Neil, aged 47 years.
Harbour Grace Standard January 24, 1880 (Saturday)
Death. On the 23rd inst., Mr. Patrick Neill, aged 23 years.
Buffalo News (New York) August 4, 1994
Obituary: Mrs. Newbury, 87, of Pearl River, La., died Sunday (July 31, 1994) in New Orleans. A native of Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, the former Martha Batson lived in Niagara Falls for many years before moving to Louisiana three years ago. She was a former resident of 67th Street. Her husband, Herbert, died in 1981. Survivors include a son, Herbert G. of Scotland; a daughter, Marjorie Kiser of South Carolina; five grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter.
The Times & General Commercial Gazette May 18, 1887 (Wednesday)
Died, on the 9th inst., Bertha, fifth daughter of Hannah and the late Philip Newell, aged 16½ years.
NEWELL, Jessie Summers
Royal Gazette December 28, 1886 (Tuesday)
Died. On the 20th inst., Jessie Summers, youngest daughter of John and Jane Newell, aged 3 years.
Newfoundland Express October 26, 1861 (Saturday)
Death. - At Labrador, Mr. Nathaniel Newell.
Royal Gazette January 24, 1882 (Tuesday)
DIED. ... On the 19th inst., Mr. Philip Newell, in the 58th year of his age.
Royal Gazette December 21, 1886 (Tuesday)
Died. On the 17th inst., Theresa, wife of Mr. James Newell, aged 62 years.
The Times & General Commercial Gazette December 25, 1886 (Saturday)
Died, on the 17th inst., Theresa, wife of Mr. John Newell.
Evening Telegram January 26, 1891 (Monday)
Died. Yesterday, after a lingering illness, John Newhook, shipbuilder, of Trinity, aged 73 years; funeral to-morrow (Tuesday) at 3 p.m., from his late residence, No. 4 North Street; friends and acquaintances will please attend without further notice.
Harbour Grace Standard January 30, 1891 (Friday)
Death. At St. John's, on Monday last, after a lingering illness, John Newhook, shipbuilder, of Trinity, aged 73 years.
NEWHOOK, Louisa Martha
Royal Gazette January 24, 1882 (Tuesday)
Died. On the 6th Jan., in the S.S. Lion, Louisa
Martha, daughter of John
and Harriet Newhook, of Trinity, aged 19 years.
Evening Telegram June 2, 1998 (Tuesday)
Passed peacefully away at Placentia Health Centre on May 31, 1998, age 60 years. Predeceased by her parents, Leo and Elizabeth Brown and her sister Carrie Hanrahan. Left with cherished and loving memories Peter Griffiths, sons: Vince (Carla), Darrin, Michael (Tanya), daughters: Sharon (Paul Healey), Rhonda (Brett Auger), Paula (Darren Brewer); very special
grandchildren Cora, Danielle, Robyn, Hannah, Mark, Adam, John, Hollie, Cory, Sarah and Robert; brothers Pius (Alice), Pad, Jim, Charlie, George, Len (Sal), Bern (Melva), sisters: Mamie (Nash Brennan), Marg (Vince Walsh); special friends Jose Newman, Wish Hynes and Joe and Mary Ennis. Also, a large number of nieces and nephews, relatives and friends. Resting at Maher`s Funeral Home, Placentia. Funeral Mass at St. Anne`s Church, Dunville at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, June 3. Interment at the Dermot McGettigan Memorial Cemetery, Southeast Placentia. You will always live in our hearts.
Evening Telegram August 22, 1890 (Friday)
Died. This morning of convulsions, Harold, infant son of Thos. and Lucy Nicholl.
Royal Gazette December 5, 1882 (Tuesday)
Died. On the 27th ult., Charles Nixon, a native of Devon, England, aged
NOEL, Charles F.
Newfoundland Express June 27, 1861 (Thursday)
At Harbor Grace, on Sunday, 23rd inst., after a long and severe illness, borne with truly Christian patience and resignation to the Divine will, in the 23rd year of his age, Mr. Charles F. Noel, deeply regretted by a large circle of sorrowing relatives and friends.
NOFTALL, Susan Winnifred
Daily News September 12, 1969 (Friday)
Passed away suddenly at the
General Hospital, September 10th, Susan Winnifred Noftall in
her 78th year leaving to mourn two sons Gilbert and Leslie of St. John's, three
daughters Olive (Mrs. Ray Gilchrist) of London, Ont., Sybil (Mrs. Gover Drury,
of New York, U.S.A.), Shirley (Mrs. Alan Willett) at Germany, one brother Leonard
of Sault St. Marie, Ont., one sister Alice (Mrs. F. Hynes) of St. John's, 14
grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Resting at Barrett's Funeral Home,
328 Hamilton Avenue until 12 noon Saturday. Funeral will take place 3:00 p.m.
Interment in Mount Pleasant Cemetery.
Evening Telegram October 10, 1995 (Tuesday)
Passed peacefully away on Sunday, October 8th, 1995, Catherine Nolan of Duntara, Bonavista Bay, age 67 years. Leaving to mourn, loving husband Jack; daughters: Eileen (Danny) Kavanagh, Flatrock, Joan (Chris) Ricketts, Torbay; sons: Kevin (Lorraine), Duntara, Brian (Anne), Labrador City, David, Torbay, Wayne (Mary), Holyrood, Jim (Donna), Torbay,
Jack (Bonnie), Catalina, Edward (Patsy), Bonavista: her sister Alice; and brother Herbert, St. John's; 12 grandchildren; also a large number of relatives and friends. Resting at Duntara Community Centre.
Evening Telegram July 29, 1909 (Thursday)
Died. At Salmonier, on July 17th, there passed away Lawrence Nolan, after a long illness from the white plague; he leaves a wife, one child, father, brother and two sisters to mourn their loss.
Evening Telegram March 12, 1915 (Friday)
Obituary. On Saturday, March 6th, after a very brief illness, Thomas Nolan passed peacefully away at his son's residence, at the age of 70 years. The deceased was one who from boyhood to old age would be a very good example as he was one of those men who, if he could not benefit a neighbour in some way he certainly would not injure him either by word or action; let us hope he has gained the reward such conduct merits hereafter. Boston and Canadian
papers please copy.
COR. Salmonier, March 10th, 1915.
Veteran of WWII (Royal Navy
Telegram October 23, 1998 (Friday)
Passed peacefully away in the presence of his family at the Health
Sciences Center on Thursday, October 22nd, 1998, Leo Norman in
his 81st year of Holyrood; Left with fond and loving memories are his devoted
wife, Pauline (nee King). Also left with cherished memories are his daughters:
Marjorie Terry, St. John`s, Patricia (Patrick) Ezekiel, Hr. Main, and his son
Leo, Holyrood; his precious grandchildren: Lee Ann (her fiance Steven Locke) & Tracey
Terry, Dean & Paulette Ezekiel (Peter Quinlan), Emily & Maggie Norman;
his special sister: Mae (Tobias) Murphy, Long Harbour, his brothers: Mike (Mary)
Norman, Brigus, Ron Norman, Mt. Pearl, Cyril (Lexie) Norman, Sudbury, Ont.,
Fred Norman, Glencairn, Ont., his sisters-in-law: Una Norman, Branch, Bride
King, Dunville, his special caregiver: Noell Flynn, Chapel`s Cove. Also a numerous
number of nieces, nephews, and large circle of other relatives and friends.
Resting at Dunphy`s Funeral Home, Holyrood. Funeral will take place on Saturday,
October 24th following 1:00 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial at Holy Cross Church,
Holyrood. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Southside. Visitation on
Friday from 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. and Saturday 10 A.M. to Noon. Flowers gratefully
accepted or donations in his memory may be made to the Holy Cross Restoration/Memorial
"He lives with us in memory and will forever more."
NORRIS, Captain Edward
Royal Gazette February 10, 1885 (Tuesday)
Drowned at Gibraltar, on the 2nd inst., Captain Edward Norris, of the barqt. Spark, aged 38 years; and at the same time, Mr. Michael Walsh, aged 46 years.
Daily News August 5, 1920 (Thursday)
Fatal Accident At Red Island.
A fatal accident occurred here on Thursday last, when John Northover,
a resident of the place was shot by the accidental explosion of a gun.
In company with his brother and uncle, he was fishing about six miles from
his home, and in moving the gun in his boat the trigger caught in some
object, the discharge entering his right lung and arm. First aid was rendered
by Mr. Ryan and on arrival at his home, almost two hours later. Doctor
Rendell, who happened to be visiting, did all that was possible and ordered
the injured man to hospital. He left here about three p.m. in Mr. J. V.
McCarthy's motor boat, which was en route by another having on board Rev.
Fr. Savin who chanced to be coming here, and the last Rites were immediately
administered. On arrival of the injured man at Placentia, Sergeant Kent
and Mr. T. P. Kemp made all arrangements possible and had him brought to
the train where he died about nine p.m.
The body was returned to Red Island yesterday morning where internment
took place this morning after Requiem High Mass, celebrated by Rev. Fr.
Savin, assisted by Rev. P. J. Kennedy.
The relatives of the deceased take this opportunity to thank the people
of Red Island and Placentia for their consideration and kindness. Sympathy
of the whole community goes out to his sisters, Mrs. Patk. Mulrooney of
Red Isld., Mrs. Patk. Healey of Fox Harbor as also his brother Mr. Alphonsus
of Red Island.
Deceased saw active service in the Great War, having enlisted at the outbreak.
Red. Island, P.B., July 31st, 1920.
Newfoundland Express April 20, 1861 (Saturday)
At Brigus, On Wednesday, after a lingering illness, which she bore with Christian
patience and resignation, Mary, eldest sister of Patrick Nowlan, Esq.,
aged 33 years, - Requiescat in peace.
NUGENT, Bessie M. (nee Hynes)
Telegram November 15, 1999 (Monday)
Passed peacefully away at the residence
her daughter Patricia March and husband William, on Sunday, November
1999 after a long and courageous battle with cancer, Bessie
M. Nugent, in
her 87th year. Predeceased by her husband William in 1972;
sisters: Florence Curnew and Rita Matthews; brothers: Stan and John Hynes.
Leaving to mourn
with fond and loving memories, daughters: Dorothy Field (Tom), Elizabeth
Taylor (Fred) and Patricia March (William), all of St. John`s; son Thomas,
British Columbia; seven beloved grandchildren. Also leaving to mourn
sisters: Cavell Bartlett, Toronto and Jean Kirk, Montreal; brother-in-law
Patrick Nugent (Hilda), Lower Sackville, N.S.; sisters-in-law: Martha
Everard, Angela Nugent, Barbara Nugent, all of St. John`s and Eileen
Toronto; special nieces: Sylvia Hynes, St. John`s and Kay Marshall, Corner
Brook, other nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Resting at Carnell`s
Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater Road on Monday from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m.
Funeral Service to take place on Tuesday, November 16, 1999 at 11:00
from The Carnell Memorial Chapel with interment to follow at Holy Sepulchre
Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy, flowers are gratefully accepted
donations in her memory may be made to The Newfoundland Cancer Treatment
Evening Telegram July 11, 1891 (Saturday)
Died. On the 10th inst., at Kelligrews, after a short illness, Margaret, beloved wife of Edward Nugent, 2nd foreman R.R.; she leaves a husband and six children to mourn their sad loss.