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O’BRIEN, Agnes
Royal Gazette October 21, 1884 (Tuesday)

Died. On the 16th inst., Agnes, child of Edward and Mary O'Brien, aged 11 months.

O'BRIEN, Agnes
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    October 22, 1884 (Wednesday)

Died, on the 15th inst., Agnes, child of Edward and Mary O'Brien, aged 11 months.

O'BRIEN, Anastatia (Breen)
Evening Telegram May 19, 1976 (Wednesday)

Passed peacefully away at the Grace General Hospital on Tuesday, May 18th, in her 79th year, Anastatia (Breen) O'Brien. Leaving to mourn her husband, Patrick; three daughters, Mrs. Margaret Shea, Kitchener, Ontario, Mrs. Dale-Ann Dooley and Mrs. Joan Ledrew of St. John's; two sons, James, Freshwater, Nfld. and Martin, of St. John's. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home, LeMarchant Rd. until Friday morning. Funeral will take place on Friday morning from St. Teresa's Church, Mundy Pond Rd. following mass at 10:00 a.m. Interment in the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

O'BRIEN, Bridget
Daily News   December 31, 1927 (Saturday)
March 18 - Mrs. Bridget O'Brien
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O'BRIEN, Bridget
Evening Telegram March 18, 1927 (Friday)

Died. Passed peacefully away this morning, Bridget, relict of the late Thomas O'Brien and foster mother of the late Captain Augustus O'Brien, aged 84 years, leaving one niece and one nephew to mourn their sad loss. Funeral on Sunday, at 2.30 p.m., from the residence of her niece, Mrs. G. Vaughan, 15 Cavell Avenue, off Quidi Vidi Road. - R.I.P.

O'BRIEN, Bridget
Daily News March 18, 1927 (Friday)

Died. Passed peacefully away this morning, Bridget, relict of the late Thomas O'Brien and foster mother of the late Captain Augustus O'Brien, leaving one niece and one nephew to mourn their sad loss. Funeral on Sunday, at 2.30 p.m., from the residence of her niece, Mrs. G. Vaughan, 15 Cavell Avenue, off Quidi Vidi Road. - R.I.P.

O'BRIEN, Catherine
The Evening Telegram   September 30, 1996 (Monday)

Passed peacefully away on Sunday, September 29th, 1996 at St. Clare's Mercy Hospital, Catherine O'Brien of Torbay Road, aged 72 years. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home, Torbay. Funeral Mass will be celebrated from the Holy Trinity Church at a time to be announced. Interment to follow at Old R. C. Cemetery, Torbay.

O’BRIEN, Catherine
Daily News July 30, 1920 (Friday)

Died on July 29th after a long and painful illness, fortified with the rites of the Holy Catholic Church, Catherine, second daughter of the late Michael and Bridget O'Brien of Freshwater, aged 56 years. Funeral from her aunt's residence, 83 King's Road on Saturday at 2 p.m.

O'BRIEN, Catherine Veronica
The Evening Telegram   October 1, 1996 (Tuesday)

(Torbay) Passed away at St. Clare's Mercy Hospital on Sunday, September 29th, 1996 at 6:35 p.m., age 72 years. Leaving to mourn her husband Thomas (Joe); brother Al Wade; daughters Helen, Margaret, Patricia, Angela, Colleen and Maureen; sons Gary and Patrick; five grandchildren: Adam, Trevor, Mitchell, Justin and Selina. Also a large circle of relatives and friends, including a very special friend Margaret Power. Remains resting at Caul's Funeral Home, Torbay. Funeral Mass at Holy Trinity Church Wednesday October 2nd, 1996 at 10:00 a.m. Interment Torbay. In lieu of flowers donations in her memory may be made to the Palliative Care Unit at St. Clare's or the Children's School Lunch Program. May she rest in peace.

O'BRIEN, Charlotte Jane
Evening Telegram   March 31, 1993 (Wednesday)

Died tragically at Burnaby, B.C., Charlotte Jane O'Brien, age 22 years. Left to mourn her sad loss her mother Agnes Dyer-O'Brien at Logy Bay, her father Dan O'Brien and brother Darrell at Hamilton, Ontario. Also mourning are numerous relatives and friends at both Logy Bay and Torbay, especially Bill and Peggy Roche and son Cory. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home, Torbay. Funeral on Saturday, April 3 at 10 a.m. from Holy Trinity Church, Torbay. Interment at Torbay R.C. Cemetery. Flowers gratefully accepted or donations can be made to one's favourite charity.
Always remembered. Always loved.

O'BRIEN, Cornelius
Newfoundlander   March 6, 1867 (Wednesday)

Died. - On the 18th February, at South River, near Brigus, Mr. Cornelius O'Brien, a native of Castle Martyr, County Cork, Ireland, aged 78 years. R.I.P.

O'BRIEN, Dennis F. (Aylward)
Evening Telegram   March 29, 1993 (Monday)

Passed peacefully away after a short llness on Saturday, March 27, 1993, Dennis F. O'Brien in his 80th year. Predeceased by his wife Mary in 1983. Leaving to mourn four sons: Dennis Jr. (wife Rowena), Logy Bay, Patrick (wife Dorothy), Outer Cove, John (wife Linda), St. John's and Frank at home; two daughters: Rose (husband Richard Fioretti), New York and Shirley at Harbour Grace; six granddaughters; four grandsons and one great-grandson; also a large circle of other relatives and friends. Resting at the Carnell Memorial Chapel, Freshwater Road. Funeral Mass on Wednesday, March 31 at 11:00 a.m. from St. Francis of Assissi Church, Outer Cove. Interment in the R.C. Cemetery, Outer Cove.

O'BRIEN, Edward Joseph
Daily News   December 31, 1927 (Saturday)
May 23 - Edward Joseph O'Brien
, 16 ...

O'BRIEN, Ellen
Evening Telegram   November 19, 1909 (Friday)

Died. At Everett, Mass., Oct. 27, after a short illness, Ellen, relict of the late Edward O'Brien, of this city, leaving two daughters and one son to mourn the loss of a kind and loving father.

O'BRIEN, Gerald
Evening Telegram January 6, 1937 (Wednesday)

Died. Passed peacefully away, Tuesday night, Dec. 5th, Gerald, darling child of Richard and Catherine O'Brien, aged 2 months.

O’BRIEN, Gerald (Gerry)
Daily News December 1, 1978 (Friday)

Passed peacefully away at St. Clare's Mercy Hospital, on November 29th, Gerald (Gerry), retired stevedore of 10 Quidi Vidi Road, aged 78 years. He leaves to mourn two daughters Geraldine (Mrs. C.A. Davis) Gruver, Texas and Betty (Mrs. Patrick Mullins) St. John's; one son, Michael, Natick, Mass.; 16 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; one sister Mary, Mass.; one sister-in-law, Mrs. Bride O'Brien, St. John's; a number of other relatives and friends. Funeral on Saturday morning from Caul's Funeral home to St. Joseph's Church for mass at 10:00 a.m. Interment in Mount Carmel Cemetery.

O'BRIEN, Gertrude Maude
Telegram November 2, 1999 (Tuesday)

Passed peacefully away at St. Patrick's Mercy Home on Monday, November 1st, 1999, Gertrude Maude O'Brien (nee Jenkins). Predeceased by her husband Jack in 1979. Leaving to mourn six sons: John (Peggy), Gerald (Mary), Greg (Patsy), Paul (Carol), Shane (Shawna), Kieran (Stephanie); four daughters: Anne Byrne (Ed), Patsy Healey (Doug), Collette Hall (Ray), Martina Kavanagh (Gordon); twenty-one grandchildren: John and Colleen O'Brien, Denise, Danielle and John Byrne, Michael, Shawn and Robbie O'Brien, Vincent and Vanessa Healey, Krista and Gerald Hall, Tanya and Kelly Kavanagh, Gail and Timothy O'Brien, Paul and Zachary O'Brien and Adam [note - I must have missed two children's names in the transcription - TPH]; one great-grandchild, Bailey Jordan; devoted sister-in-law Ethel Jenkins, special niece Dorothy and Graham; and a large circle of other relatives and friends. Resting at Barrett's Funeral Home, 328 Hamilton Avenue from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral service will be held in The Salvation Army Citadel, Adams Avenue, on Wednesday, November 3rd, 1999, at 2 p.m. Cremation to follow. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery on Thursday, November 4th, 1999 at 11 a.m.

O'BRIEN, Helen Louise
Evening Telegram February 19, 1927 (Saturday)

Passed peacefully away this morning of meningitis, Helen Louise, only child of Catherine and the late Henry Leo O'Brien, aged 7 years. Funeral on Monday at 2.30 p.m., from 13 Burke Square.

O'BRIEN, Henry Leo
Evening Telegram January 27, 1927 (Thursday)

Died. Passed peacefully away, after a long and painful illness, Henry Leo O'Brien. Left to mourn are a wife, one child, father, three sisters and three brothers. Funeral on Sunday, at 2.30 p.m. from his late residence, 13 Burke's Square.

O'BRIEN, John
Evening Telegram May 20, 1974 (Monday)

Passed peacefully away at Carbonear Saturday, May 18th, John O'Brien in his 86th year. Left to mourn one brother, Monsignor E.J. O'Brien; nephews and nieces, including Monsignor J.M. O'Brien, P.P., Harbour Grace. Funeral today at 10:30 a.m. with requiem mass at St. Patrick's Church, Carbonear.

O'BRIEN, John M.
GILLIS, John
PENNY, Frank
BURNS, Arthur
BENNETT, Ambrose
RICHARD, Thomas
WILLIAMS, Fenwick
KING, Lawrence
GRANT, George
FAHAY, Patrick
CONNOLLY, Michael
CAREY, John
PITTMAN, John
CLAUSEA, Adolph
RYAN, Joseph
RYAN, Michael
Evening Telegram    February 28, 1896 (Friday)
Drowned Newfoundlanders. From the Gloucester Fishing Fleet Last Year.
Gloucester, Feb. 23. - The annual memorial service in honor of 128 fishermen lost at sea from this port during 1895 occurred at City Hall in the presence of a vast assemblage of people, among whom were many relatives and friends of the men who gave up their lives in pursuit of their arduous calling. Mayor Robinson presided, and Rev. N.T. Whittaker, of Lynn, formerly of this city, delivered a fitting eulogy. The service was conducted under the auspices of the Gloucester Relief Association, an organization formed for the purpose of alleviating distress among the destitute families of drowned fishermen. Of the 128 victims, the following named belonged to Newfoundland: - John M. O'Brien; John Gillis; Frank Penny; Arthur Burns; Ambrose Bennett, St. John's; Thomas Richard and Fenwick Williams, Bay Bulls; Lawrence King, St. Mary's Bay; George Grant, Burgeo; Patk. Fahay [sic], Fermeuse; Michael Connolly, Toad's Cove; John Carey; John Pittman, Placentia; Adolph Clausea, Channel; Joseph Ryan, St. John's and Michael Ryan.

O'BRIEN, John Cornelous
Evening Telegram    May 21, 1998 (Thursday)

Passed peacefully away at the Health Sciences Centre on May 20th, 1998 after a lengthy battle with cancer, surrounded by his loving family. John C. O'Brien. Age 54 years. Leaving to mourn his loving wife Daphnie O'Brien; mother Mary O'Brien; mother-in-law Uriel Janes, Paradise; three step-sons: Dave (Andrea), Dion (Brenda) and Jamie (Cindy), all of Mt. Pearl; treasured six grandchildren: Lennie, Nathan, Jacob, Nicole, Emily and Megan; sister Molly Donovan; brother Edward O'Brien. He will also be sadly missed by the Janes Family; as well as other relatives and friends. Many thanks to Dr. MacIntyre, Roger Janes and many close friends. Resting at Barrett's Funeral Home, 1081 Topsail Rd. from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Mass 11:30 a.m. Friday, May 22, 1998 from Mary Queen Of The World with interment to follow at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy, donations in his memory may be made to the Nfld. Cancer Foundation.

O’BRIEN, John Thomas
Royal Gazette November 4, 1884 (Tuesday)

Died. On the 31st ult., John Thomas, only son of Mr. Timothy O'Brien, aged 24 years.

O'BRIEN, Joseph
Evening Telegram May 10, 1976 (Monday) [same in Daily
News
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Passed peacefully away at his residence 25 pleasant Street, St. John's, Joseph O'Brien, aged 60 years. Leaving to mourn his loving wife, Mary; one daughter, Rosalyn; one grandchild, Brenda; one sister, Mrs. Bride Aylward; also a number of other relatives and friends. Funeral on Monday from Caul's Funeral Home to St. Patrick's Church for mass at 9:30 a.m. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

O'BRIEN, Joseph Francis
Evening Telegram   February 3, 1989 (Friday)

Passed peacefully away at the Grace General Hospital on February 2, 1989, of Torbay, age 85 years. Leaving to mourn wife Mary, one sister Agnes Cantwell of Torbay, 3 sons: Stephen, wife Adeleane of Torbay, Dan, wife Agnes of Hamilton, Ontario, Adrian, wife Irene of Campbellville, Ontario; 3 daughters: Polly and husband Gordon Dyer, Mt Pearl, Genevieve and husband James Fitzgerald, Mt Pearl, Judy and husband Michael Heffernan of Torbay, 16 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren and a large circle of relatives and friends. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home, Torbay. Funeral to take place from Mary Queen of Peace Church, 10:00 a.m., Saturday, February 4th to the R.C. Cemetery, Torbay.

O'BRIEN, Julia
Daily News   December 31, 1927 (Saturday)
December 29 - Mrs. Julia O'Brien
, 70 ...

O'BRIEN, Katie
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    May 4, 1889 (Saturday)

Died, on April 30th, of diphtheria, Katie, youngest daughter of Timothy and Mary O'Brien, aged 15 years and 3 months.

O'BRIEN, Lizzie May
The Times & General Commercial Gazette     June 11, 1890 (Wednesday)

Died, on the 7th inst., Lizzie May, infant daughter of Mary Joseph and William O'Brien.

O'BRIEN, Louis A.
Evening Telegram June 7, 1965 (Monday)

Died suddenly at Bay Roberts June 6th Louis A. O'Brien. Leaving to mourn besides his wife, two sons, Gerald and Ronald, one sister Mrs. E.D. Freeman of Harbour Grace, one brother Edward O'Brien of Brooklyn, New York. Burial at Harbour Grace Tuesday afternoon June 8th.

O'BRIEN, Lucy
Evening Telegram   August 5, 1968 (Monday)

Passed peacefully away Saturday, Lucy O'Brien, the wife of the late John O'Brien. Leaving to mourn two daughters, Rita (Mrs. Cassidy) residing in Ontario, and Frances at home; also two brothers, John and James at St. John's, and two sisters, Mrs. Cantwell residing in the States, and Mrs. Preston, St. John's. Funeral will take place from Caul's Funeral Home to the Basilica for High Mass at 8.15 a.m. on Tuesday. Burial at Mount Carmel.

O'BRIEN, Margaret
Evening Telegram    November 19, 1921 (Saturday)

Died. Yesterday evening, Margaret O'Brien, aged 67 years, widow of the late John O'Brien. Left to mourn are 1 son and 2 sisters. Funeral from her late residence, 14 Moore St.

O'BRIEN, Margaret Mary
Evening Telegram April 25, 1980 (Friday) [same in Daily News]

Passed peacefully away at the Health Sciences Complex April 24, Margaret Mary O'Brien, age 74 years. Leaving to mourn, husband Patrick; two sons Joseph and Dermott of St. John's; daughter-in-law Molly; two daughters Mary (Mrs. David Newell), in Jacksonville, Florida, and Caroline (Mrs. Patrick Ryall) in Newtown, Mount Pearl; one brother Patrick Penney; one sister Annie (Mrs. Michael Stafford) of St. John's; eight grandchildren and a large number of relatives and friends. Funeral on Saturday from Caul's Funeral Home to the Basilica for mass at 9:30 a.m. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

O'BRIEN, Mary
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    May 4, 1889 (Saturday)

Died, on April 30th, of diphtheria, Katie, youngest daughter of Timothy and Mary O'Brien, aged 15 years and 3 months.

O'BRIEN, Mary
Evening Telegram   February 22, 1952 (Friday)

Passed peacefully away, after a lengthy illness, Mrs. Mary O'Brien, in her 80th year, leaving to mourn two daughters, one brother, one sister, thirteen grand-children. Funeral Saturday at 2.30 p.m. from her late residence 40 Mullock Street.

O'BRIEN, Mary
Evening Telegram   November 21, 1963 (Thursday)

Passed peacefully away, November 20th, at Torbay, after a long illness, Mrs. Mary O'Brien, in her 89th year, widow of the late Oliver O'Brien; leaving to mourn five daughters, Genevieve (Mrs. James Rodgers), Catherine (Mrs. Vincent Burton), Nellie (Mrs. William Burton) of the city; Agnes (Mrs. Lawrence Campwell [sic]), Bride (Mrs. Philip Gosse), and one son, Joseph, all of Torbay; one brother, Mr. James Reddy of the city, and a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Funeral 10:00 a.m. Friday from her late residence, Torbay.

O'BRIEN, Mary Beatrice
Daily News   February 14, 1983 (Monday)

Died suddenly at her residence Logy Bay on Sunday, Feb. 13, 1983, Mary Beatrice O'Brien, aged 68 years. She leaves to mourn her loving husband Dennis; four sons: Dennis Jr., Patrick, John and Francis; two daughters: Shirley at Harbour Grace and Rose (Mrs. Richard Fioretty) at New York, 10 grandchildren; one sister Louise Clements at Bell Island; and one brother Ches Stone at Bryants Cove, C. B.; also other relatives and friends. Resting at the Carnell Memorial Chapel. The funeral Mass will take place on Thursday at 11 a.m. from the Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Outer Cove. Interment in the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Outer Cove.

O'BRIEN, Mary Josephine
The Evening Telegram    August 10, 1989 (Thursday)

Passed away suddenly at the Grace General Hospital on August 9, 1989 of Torbay, aged 76 years. Predeceased by her husband Joseph. Leaving to mourn three sons: Stephen and wife Adeleane of Torbay; Dan and wife Agnes of Hamilton, Ont.; Adrian and wife Irene of Campbellville, Ont.; three daughters: Polly and husband Gordon Dyer, Mt. Pearl; Genevieve and husband James Fitzgerald, Mt. Pearl; Judy and husband Michael Heffernan, Kilbride; seventeen grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; two sisters: Sadie, Mrs. Richard Stamp; Agnes, Mrs. Ron Everson, Flatrock; two sisters-in-law, Mrs. Kay Martin, Flatrock, and Mrs. Agnes Cantwell, Torbay; and a large circle of friends. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home, Torbay. Funeral to take place from Mary Queen of Peace Church, Torbay Road, Saturday, August 12, following Mass at 10:00 a.m. Interment at the R. C. Cemetery, Torbay.

O'BRIEN, May
Daily News   January 12, 1925 (Monday)

Death. On Saturday after a lingering illness, May O'Brien, daughter of Rose and the late Robert O'Brien. Funeral will take place this afternoon from the residence of her uncle, J.K. Condon, 37 Henry St. Friends will please attend without further notice. - R.I.P.

O’BRIEN, Michael
Royal Gazette March 10, 1885 (Tuesday)

Died. On the 7th inst., Mr. Michael O'Brien, a native of County Cork, Ireland, aged 69 years.

O'BRIEN, Michael
Evening Telegram April 28, 1927 (Thursday)

Died. Suddenly this morning, Ex-Pte. Michael O'Brien, aged 28 years, fortified by the rites of the Holy Catholic Church. Leaving wife, 1 child, father, mother, 3 sisters, 3 brothers and a large circle of friends. Funeral notice later.

O'BRIEN, Michael
Evening Telegram September 2, 1965 (Thursday)

Died September 1st, Michael O'Brien, of 149 Queen's Road. He leaves to mourn his wife Dorothy, two sons, John and Brendan; two daughters, Maureen and Sharon; also mother and one sister, Elizabeth; two brothers, Gerald and Maurice, and one grandson. Funeral from his late residence on Saturday morning at 8.15 a.m. for Requiem Mass at the Basilica. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

O'BRIEN, Michael J.
Evening Telegram March 29, 1963 (Friday)

Passed away at the General Hospital, March 28th, Michael J. O'Brien, of Outer Cove, aged 82 years; leaving to mourn three daughters, Mrs. Mary O'Rourke, Outer Cove; Mrs. Theresa Power, Logy Bay, and Mrs. Katherine Spurrell, Toronto; and grandson, Charlie Spurrell. The funeral will take place from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Theresa Power, Logy Bay, to the Church of St. Francis Assissi, for Requiem Mass at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 30th.

O'BRIEN, Olive Mary
Evening Telegram   August 12, 1918 (Monday)

Died. At 1 a.m. to-day, Olive Mary O'Brien, beloved wife of John Donovan, aged 21; funeral on Wednesday, at 2.30 p.m., from her father's residence, 32 Lime Street.

O'BRIEN, Oliver P.
Daily News   March 20, 1975 (Thursday)

Died suddenly at his home, 27 Penetanguishene on Tuesday, March 18, Oliver P. O'Brien aged 47 years. Leaving to mourn his wife Ruth, one daughter Romona, also his mother, Mrs. Sarah O'Brien at Torbay; four brothers, Joseph, Patrick and Gordon at Torbay and Francis in Kentucky; two sisters, Mary, Mrs. James Manning at Torbay; Agnes, Mrs. Robert Dodds at California and a large number of relatives and friends. Resting at Carnell Memorial Chapel, Freshwater Road. Funeral from Holy Trinity Church, Torbay, following 10:30 a.m. mass on Friday Mar. 21, 1975, to R.C. Cemetery, Torbay.

O'BRIEN, Patrick
Evening Telegram   April 13, 1935 (Saturday)

Passed peacefully away at 3 o'clock this morning, Patrick O'Brien, aged 38 years, son of Oliver and Mary O'Brien, Torbay. Left to mourn their sad loss are wife and eight children, father, mother, one brother and seven sisters, Mrs. P. Oliver, St. John's; Mrs. Vincent Burton, Torbay Road; Mrs. W. Burton, Signal Hill Road; Mrs. J. Rodgers, Battery Road; Mrs. F. Gosse, Torbay; Margaret in Canada; and Agnes at home; also a large circle of friends. Funeral on Monday, from his late residence, Torbay.
May the Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on his soul.

O’BRIEN, Patrick
Evening Telegram December 18, 1978 (Monday)

Passed peacefully away on December 17th at St. Clare's Mercy Hospital, Patrick O'Brien, aged 45 years. Leaving to mourn his wife Violet; one son Daniel; also a number of brothers and sisters and relatives and friends. Resting at Barrett's Funeral Home, 328 Hamilton Avenue. Funeral mass on Tuesday at 11 a.m. from Holy Trinity Church, Torbay. Interment at Holy Trinity Cemetery, Torbay.

O'BRIEN, Richard (Dick) - (Grocer)
Evening Telegram December 22, 1995 (Friday)

Passed peacefully away on Thursday, December 21, 1995 at St. Clare's Mercy Hospital, in his 81st year. Leaving to mourn his wife Kitty; daughters: Marjorie Mills (Tom) and Madonna MacDonald (Terry); sons: Richard and Stan (Geraldine); ten grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; brothers: Gerry and Roche, St. John's, John, Vancouver, B.C. and Gus, Toronto, Ontario and nieces and nephews. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home on Thursday 7-10 and Friday 10-12. Funeral Mass on Friday, December 22, 1995 at St. Patrick's Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
"May the Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on his soul."

O'BRIEN, Rowena
The Evening Telegram   February 2, 1997 (Sunday)

(Outer Cove) Passed peacefully away at the Health Sciences Complex on February 1, 1997 in the presence of her loving family. Leaving to mourn with fond and loving memories her husband Dennis, two daughters Barbara Holwell and Donna, two brothers-in-law Paddy (Dorothy) O'Brien, John (Linda) O'Brien, two sisters-in-law (Rose) Richard Fioretti of New York, Shirley (Ed) O'Brien of Harbour Grace, also a wide circle of nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends. Resting at Carnell's Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater Road, Sunday and Monday 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. Funeral service from St. Francis of Assisi Parish, Outer Cove at 10 a.m. Tuesday February 4th, 1997. Interment at the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Outer Cove.

O'BRIEN, Sarah
Daily News   March 24, 1975 (Monday)

Passed away at her residence in Torbay on Saturday, March 22, Sarah O'Brien, aged 73 years. She leaves to mourn two daughters, Mary, Mrs. James Manning at Torbay and Agnes, Mrs. Robert Dodds, California; four sons, Joseph, Gordon, and Patrick at Torbay and Francis Cole at Louisville, Kentucky; one brother Thomas Gosse at Boston; two sisters, Mrs. Bride Holwell at Torbay and Mrs. Agnes Power, St. John's; twenty-four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren, also other relatives and friends. Resting at the Carnell Memorial Chapel, Freshwater Road. Funeral today, Monday from Holy Trinity Church, Torbay, following 10:30 a.m. mass.

O'BRIEN, Thomas
Newfoundlander   August 15, 1879 (Friday)

Died. - At King's Cove, on the 16th June, Mr. Thomas O'Brien, blacksmith, a native of Booley, Parish of Hook, Co. Wexford, aged 63 years. - R.I.P.

O'BRIEN, Thomas
Evening Telegram   May 4, 1909 (Tuesday)

Died. This morning after a short illness, Thomas, son of Ellen and the late James O'Brien, aged 29 years; leaving a mother to mourn her sad loss. Funeral on Thursday, 2.30 p.m. from his late residence, Holloway Street. Friends will please accept this the only intimation. (American papers please copy).

O'BRIEN, Capt. Thomas
Daily News   October 13, 1923 (Saturday)

Death. Passed peacefully away on Sunday, October 7th, at hr. Grace, Captain Thomas O'Brien, eldest son of the late Captain Michael O'Brien, leaving wife, two daughters, three sons, and two sisters to mourn their sad loss. - R.I.P.

O'BRIEN, Thomas J.
Daily News May 22, 1974 (Wednesday)

Passed peacefully away at St. Clare's Mercy Hospital on May 21 Thomas J. O'Brien, aged 61 years. Leaving to mourn three daughters and one son. Funeral on Thursday from Caul's Funeral Home to Corpus Christi Church for mass at 10:30 a.m. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

O'BRIEN, Thomas J.
Evening Telegram May 22, 1974 (Wednesday)

Passed peacefully away at St. Clare's Mercy Hospital on May 21 Thomas J. O'Brien, aged 61 years. Leaving to mourn three daughters and one son. Funeral on Thursday from Caul's Funeral Home to Corpus Christi Church for mass at 10:30 a.m. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

O'BRINE, John
Newfoundlander   May 3, 1878 (Friday)

Died. - On Wednesday morning, after a short illness, Mr. John O'Brine [sic], butcher, aged 82 years. His funeral will take place to-day (Friday), at half-past 2 o'clock, from his late residence, Cochrane Street.

O'BRINE, Michael
The Times & General Commercial Gazette     March 11, 1885 (Wednesday)

Died, on the 7th inst., Mr. Michael O'Brine [sic], a native of County Cork, Ireland, aged 69 years.

O'DONNELL, Rev. Jeremiah
Evening Telegram   February 28, 1891 (Saturday)

Died. At Conception Harbour, on the 27th inst., Rev. Jeremiah O'Donnell, P.P., aged 77 years; funeral on Monday, at 3 p.m. from Railway Depot.

O'DONNELL, Very Rev. Jeremiah
Evening Telegram   March 2, 1891 (Monday)
The Whole People Mourn Him.

A great multitude of people went down to the railway depot this afternoon to pay their last tribute of respect to the late Very Rev. Jeremiah O'Donnell, by accompanying his remains to their last resting place - Belvidere. The train did not arrive until a quarter to four.

O'DONNELL, Mary Catherine
Royal Gazette   May 24, 1887 (Tuesday)

Died. On the 19th inst. (Ascension Thursday), at the residence of her uncle, the Rev. P. O'Donnell, Conception Harbor, Mary Catherine, eldest daughter of J.P. and Kate M. O'Donnell, aged 18 years and 6 months.

O'DONNELL, Thomas
Royal Gazette   December 21, 1875 (Tuesday)

DIED. ... On Tuesday last, at Harbor Main, aged 82 years, Mary, the widow of the late Thomas O'Donnell, Esq., late of Cahir, County Tipperary, Ireland. The lamented and venerable lady was the mother of the respected and esteemed Clergymen - the Very Rev. J. O'Donnell, the Rev. R. O'Donnell, and Rev. P. O'Donnell, of the deceased Rev. D. O'Donnell, and of the Superiores, at present, of two Houses of the Presentation Order of Nuns in this country. - R.I.P.

O'DONOVAN, Alexander
Harbour Grace Standard   September 21, 1864 (Wednesday)

Died. At Carbonear, the 16th inst., Alexander O'Donovan, Esq., aged 51 years, a native of the county Cork, Ireland, for the past 21 years principal of the Grammar School at Carbonear, and formerly Professor of Mathematics at Carlow College; leaving six orphan children to deplore his loss.
May his soul rest in peace.

O'DWYER, William
Daily News   July 23, 1959 (Thursday)
Bell Island News. ... Digging Up 145 Year-Old Grave.
Bell Island
The 145-year old grave of the late William O'Dwyer is to be dug up and his bones interred in the Roman Catholic Cemetery here on Bell Island. The disinterment is to take place in early August, according to the calculations of Mr. Shen Parsons of the Highroads Department. Removal of the grave is necessitated because of the road widening of the Beach Hill. The old tombstone likely will be the one to stand over the new grave. On it is chiselled the following words: "Erected by Martin Dwyer, Great Belle Isle, in memory of his beloved brother, William O'Dwyer, a native of Strad Bally, County of Waterford, who departed this life the 18th day of December 1814."

O'GORMAN, Michael
Evening Telegram   March 19, 1891 (Thursday)

Died. At Harbor Main, the 9th inst., after a long illness, Micheal [sic] O'Gorman, aged 71 years; deceased was highly respected by all who knew him and leaves 3 sons and 3 daughters to mourn their sad loss. - R.I.P.

O'GORMAN, Michael
The Times & General Commercial Gazette     March 21, 1891 (Saturday)

Died, at Harbor Main, on the 9th inst., Michael O'Gorman, aged 71 years.

O'GORMAN, Michael
Harbour Grace Standard   March 23, 1891 (Monday)

Death. At Harbor Main, on the 9th inst., after a lengthy illness, Micheal [sic] O'Gorman, aged 71 years; deceased was highly respected by all who knew him and leaves 3 sons and 3 daughters to mourn their sad loss. - R.I.P.

O'GRADY, Dermot J.
Telegram May 24, 2000 (Wednesday)

Passed peacefully away at St. Clare's Mercy Hospital on Tuesday, May 23, 2000, Dermot J. O'Grady. Veteran of Special Force, retired in 1986 from St. Clare's Mercy Hospital after 40 years of service as a nurse, age 79 years. Predeceased by his brothers and sisters; and parents Patrick and Mary O'Grady. Leaving to mourn his brother Gus; and a number of nieces, nephews, grand-nieces, grand-nephews, cousins and friends. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home, LeMarchant Rd. Visitation Tuesday 7-10 p.m.; Wednesday 10 a.m. - 12 noon, 2-5 p.m., 7-10 p.m. Funeral Mass on Thursday, May 25 at 9:30 a.m. from St. Teresa's Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

O’GRADY, J. Gregory
Evening Telegram November 9, 1966 (Wednesday)

Passed away, after a lengthy illness, at St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital, at 3.30 on November 8th, J. Gregory O’Grady, son of Capt. J. J. O’Grady and the late Winnifred O’Grady; leaving to mourn wife Mary and son Derek. Resting at Caul’s Funeral Home.

O'Grady, Jeremiah J.
Evening Telegram March 25, 1963 (Monday)

Passed away suddenly at the General Hospital, March 25, Jeremiah J. O'Grady; leaving to mourn his sad loss his wife Angela, two sisters, Mrs. Fred Stacey, Port aux Basques; Mrs. William Noseworthy, St. John's; five brothers, Patrick in Scotland; Michael, Dermont [sic], Augustus and Thomas, St. John's. Funeral notice later.

O'GRADY, J. Gregory
Daily News   November 9, 1966 (Wednesday)

Passed away Tuesday, Nov. 8th, J. Gregory O'Grady in his 45th year. Leaving to mourn their sad loss, wife (former Mary Carter); one son Derrick; father, Capt. J.J. O'Grady MBE; brothers, Frank and Jerry; seven sisters, Sr. Mary St. Jude; Mary, Sheilagh, Betty, Eileen, Winnifred, and Maureen. Funeral will take place from Caul's Funeral Home to St. Pius X Church for Requiem Mass, 9.15 Thursday, November 10th.

O'GRADY, John
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    June 5, 1889 (Wednesday)

Died, on the 29th ult., John, aged 3 years, son of Mary and Patrick O'Grady.

O'GRADY, Michael
Evening Telegram July 29, 1976 (Thursday)

Passed peacefully away July 28th, 1976, after a short illness, Michael O'Grady, aged 57 years. Left to mourn five sons, Michael, Thomas, Richard, John and Kevin; six daughters, Geraldine, Helen, Madonna, Pauline, Marilyn and Mary (Mrs. Fred Loveman), Downsview, Ont.; four brothers, Thomas, Augustus, Dermot and Patrick in Scotland; one sister, Helen (Mrs. Fred Stacey), Port aux Basques. Remains resting at Caul's Funeral Home. Funeral on Saturday from caul's to the Basilica for mass at 9:30 a.m. Interment at Holy Sepulchre, Topsail Road.

O'GREADY, James
Colonist   November 17, 1887 (Thursday)

Death. At Brooklyn, New York, on 12 October, James, eldest son of William and Kate O'Gready.

O'GREADY, Jerry
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    November 22, 1890 (Saturday)

Died, at Brooklyn, N.Y., on the 3rd inst., Jerry, fifth son of Kate and Wm. O'Gready, formerly of this city, aged 18 years. Deceased was brother of Mrs. Bryan Mitchell and Mrs. John Higgins.

O'LEARY, Gladys
Evening Telegram November 3, 1971 (Wednesday)

Passed away at Montreal on November 2nd, 1971, Gladys O'Leary, wife of the late M.J. O'Leary, age 76 years. Leaving to mourn one daughter, Joan Atkins; sister, Olive Christian; two granddaughters, Sharon and Linda. Interment at Montreal. No flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.

OLIPHANT, (Alice) wife of Sergeant
COSTIGAN, Ellen
Evening Telegram    May 5, 1896 (Tuesday)
Two Interments at Harbor Main Today.

The small village of Harbor Main, Conception Bay, was the scene of two funerals and interments to-day - those of Miss Ellen Costigan, and the wife of Sergeant Oliphant. There was a special Mass, in connection with the interments, celebrated at 9 o'clock by the Revd. P. O'Donnell, followed by the funeral services proper. Large numbers of people were present.

OLIPHANT, Alice
Evening Telegram   May 11, 1896 (Monday)

Obituary. On Tuesday last the funeral obsequies of Alice Oliphant took place at Harbor Main. The deceased had been suffering for the past twelve months from some internal trouble, and though the best medical skill had been sought and tried, all efforts to win her back to health and vigor failed. A particularly sad circumstance in connection with the death of the deceased lady was the absence of her husband, Sergeant Oliphant, who was with her up to a few days previous, but, owing to the expiration of his leave of absence, was obliged to return to his station a sort time since. The deceased is a sister of the Rev. P. Strapp, C.B., St. Bonaventure's College. Her early demise, at the age of 31 years, has caused a widespread sorrow amongst many dear relatives and friends in her native town. - Com.

OLIVER, Alexander
Royal Gazette   January 4, 1887 (Tuesday)

Died. On the 30th ult., Alexander, second son of George and Kate Oliver, aged 2 years and 5 months.

OLIVER, Alexander
The Times & General Commercial Gazette     January 8, 1887 (Saturday)

Died, on the 30th ult., Alexander, second son of George and Kate Oliver, aged 2 years and 5 months.

OLIVER, Bernard
Daily News May 28, 1974 (Tuesday)

Passed peacefully away at the General Hospital Friday, May 24, 1974 Bernard Oliver, aged 22 years. Leaving to mourn his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Oliver, two brothers Eric and Walter, four sisters Iris, Mrs. Russell Williams; Helen, Mrs. Arthur Haynes; Ruth, Mrs. David Reardon; Tina at Montreal; grandmother, Mrs. Lydia Tucker, also a large number of relatives and friends. Remains rested at the Carnell Memorial Chapel, Freshwater Rd. Funeral took place on Monday following 11:00 a.m. Mass from St. Theresa's Church. Interment was in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

OLIVER, Donald J.
Telegram November 15, 1999 (Monday)

Passed peacefully away at the Carbonear General Hospital on Saturday, November 13, 1999, Donald J. Oliver of Western Bay, age 67 years. Predeceased by brother Jerry. Leaving to mourn wife Marie; three sons: Terry (Susan), Cold Lake, Alberta, Keith (Lisa) and Paul (Daisy), both of Brampton, Ontario; three grandchildren: Elias, Meaghan and Veronica; four brothers: Timothy (Linda), London, Ontario, Wilfred (Margaret), Badger, Ronald (Louise) and Aiden (Linda), both of Gull Island; three sisters: Theresa (William) Walsh, St. John`s, Maud (Murdock) Piercey, Kitchener, Ontario and Joan (Peter) Schack, Mississauga, Ontario; mother and father-in-law Ralph and Lillian Sellars, Western Bay; also a large number of other relatives and friends. Resting at Noel`s Funeral Home, Main Highway, Western Bay from where the funeral will take place on Tuesday, November 16 at 10:00 a.m. Mass to follow at 10:30 a.m. from Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church, Northern Bay. Interment in the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Western Bay. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to the Children`s Wish Foundation. Visitation hours at Noel`s Funeral Home are 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon, 2:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. daily. For any additional information please call Noel`s Funeral Home at 596-5750.

OLIVER, E. Charles
Evening Telegram October 22, 1989 (Sunday)

Passed away at Guelph, Ontario, October 19th, 1989, age 62 years, formerly of St. John's, Nfld. Leaving to mourn his wife Ellen Ann (Mallard), five sons: Charl and wife Donna, Bill, Tom, John and Ed. Three daughters: Kay, Susan and Lulu, nine grandchildren, three sisters: Mary (Mrs. Jim Ring), Joan (Mrs. Jack Courtney), Betty (Mrs. Ambrose Tremblett), one brother Eddie and wife Jose, also a large circle of relatives and friends. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home, LeMarchant Road. Funeral on Tuesday, October 24 from St. Joseph's Church following mass at 10 a.m. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

OLIVER, Edwin Peter
Daily News June 20, 1974 (Thursday)

Died suddenly as a result of a traffic automobile accident on Wednesday, June 19, Edwin Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Oliver, Thorburn Road, age 17 years. Leaving to mourn besides his parents, two sisters Margaret and Patricia; four brothers Robert, Wayne, Edgar and Graham, also a large number of other relatives and friends. Resting at the Carnell Memorial Chapel, Freshwater Road. Funeral on Friday from St. Theresa's Church following 10:00 a.m. requiem mass. Interment in the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

OLIVER, Ellen
The Evening Telegram   April 24, 1926 (Saturday)

DIED. .. On Thursday, April 23rd, after a tedious illness, Ellen, relict of the late John Oliver, aged 75 years. Left to mourn their sad loss are a daughter and nephew. Funeral tomorrow at 2.30 from her late residence, 17 McNeil Street.
Sacred heart of Jesus have mercy on her soul. - R.I.P.

OLIVER, Mrs. Geo. T.
Daily News   November 16, 1926

The many friends of Mrs. Geo. T. Oliver were shocked to hear of her passing which occurred yesterday at her residence, 8 King's Road. Deceased, who was 67 years old, was one of the best known residents of the East End, was held in the highest esteem, because of the many acts of kindness she performed. Granny Oliver, as she was generally called, was of a quiet disposition and her devotion to duty merited the confidence of all who knew her. Left to mourn the loss of a loving mother are a husband, three daughters - Marion, Mildred and Mrs. G. Cox; three sons - William, of G. Knowling Ltd.; Walter, residing in Montreal; and Gordon, residing in Boston; two brothers, three sisters and ten grandchildren.

OLIVER, Gerald Patrick
Evening Telegram   November 23, 1898 (Wednesday)

Died. On the 22nd inst., darling little Gerald Patrick, infant son of Annie and John Oliver, aged 6 months.

OLIVER, Gerald Patrick
Daily News   November 24, 1898 (Thursday)

Deaths. On the 22nd inst., darling little Gerald Patrick, infant son of Annie and John Oliver, aged six months.

OLIVER, Hannah
Daily News   July 26, 1927 (Tuesday)

Death. Passed peacefully away on Thorburn Road on July 25th, Hannah, aged 25 years, beloved wife of Robert Oliver, leaving husband and two children, father, mother, and two sisters and one brother to mourn their sad loss. Funeral takes place on Wednesday at 2 p.m. from her late residence Thorburn Road. Friends and acquaintances please accept this the only intimation. - R.I.P.

OLIVER, James
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    June 14, 1884 (Saturday)

Died, on the 9th inst., James, eldest son of Jane and Francis Oliver, aged 22 years.

OLIVER, James
Royal Gazette & Newfoundland Advertiser    June 17, 1884 (Tuesday)

DIED. On the 9th inst., James, son of Mr. Francis Oliver, aged 22 years.

OLIVER, James
Evening Telegram   August 22, 1890 (Friday)

Died. This morning of convulsions, James, youngest son of John and Ellen Oliver, aged 2 years and 2 months.

OLIVER, James
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    August 27, 1890 (Wednesday)

Died, on the 22nd inst., James, youngest son, of John and Ellen Oliver, aged 2 years and 2 months.

OLIVER, James Benedict
Evening Telegram March 16, 1927 (Wednesday)

Died. Passed peacefully away, this morning, after a short illness, James Benedict, aged 11 months, darling child of Jane and Joseph Oliver, 157 Casey Street.

OLIVER, James Joseph
Evening Telegram   March 24, 1891 (Tuesday)

Died. This morning of consumption, James Joseph, eldest son of George and the late Mary Oliver, aged 20 years; funeral on Thursday next, at 2.30 p.m. from the residence of his grandmother (Mrs. Devan), Mundy's Pond Road; friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend without further intimation.

OLIVER, Jane
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    January 29, 1887 (Saturday)

Died, on the 29th ult., Jane, wife of William Oliver, Gull Island, Conception Bay.

OLIVER, Jeremiah
Evening Telegram   October 7, 1966 (Friday)

Obituary. Passed away at Old Perlican Cottage Hospital Sept. 15, Jeremiah Oliver, 40, of Gull Island, Conception Bay. Although failing in health for many years, Mr. Oliver's death came as a shock to his family and friends. He leaves to mourn besides his wife Jane, two sons, three daughters, one sister, and a number of grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Corpus Christi Church, Northern Bay, conducted by Monsignor E.J. O'Brien, P.P., and Father Matthews.

OLIVER, Katherine Shea
Daily News   November 16, 1926 (Tuesday)

DIED. Passed peacefully away 3 p.m. Monday, Katherine Shea, age 67, beloved wife of G.T. Oliver, leaving a husband, three daughters, and three sons to mourn the loss of a loving wife and mother. Funeral on Wednesday, 2.30 p.m. from her late residence 8 King's Road. Friends and acquaintances please accept this as the only intimation. (Boston and Montreal papers please copy).

OLIVER, Marjorie
Ottawa Citizen November 30, 2002 (Saturday)

Passed peacefully away at St. John's, Newfoundland, Marjorie Oliver, age 93 years. Beloved mother of Peter, St. John's, Sharon, Gloucester, Bill, New York. Devoted grandmother of Brian and Anna Cormier, St. Albert, Alberta and Michael and Marjorie Cormier, Ottawa, and great-grandmother of Rebecca and Laura Cormier, Edmonton. Funeral service took place on Friday, November 29, 2002 in St. John's under the care of Carnell's Funeral Home. Messages of condolence may be sent to sharoli@canada.com

OLIVER, Mary
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    February 19, 1873 (Wednesday)

Died, on Monday evening last, Mary, wife of Mr. George T. Oliver, and eldest daughter of the late Mr. John Devan, aged 22 years. Her funeral will take place on to-morrow (Thursday), from her late residence, Flower Hill, when friends and acquaintances are respectfully requested to attend.

OLIVER, Mary
Royal Gazette   February 25, 1873 (Tuesday)

Died. On the 17th inst., after a lingering illness, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. George T. Oliver, and eldest daughter of the late Mr. John Devan, aged 22 years.

OLIVER, Mary
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    January 22, 1890 (Wednesday)

Died, on the 19th inst., Mary, relict of the late John Oliver; a native of Waterford, Ireland, aged 71 years, 54 of which he [sic] spent in this country.

OLIVER, Mary
Daily News   July 21, 1954 (Wednesday)

Passed peacefully away, after a long illness, yesterday, Tuesday, July 20th, Mrs. Mary Oliver, widow of the late Patrick Oliver. Leaving to mourn mother, one son, four daughters, nine grandchildren, one brother, and five sisters. Funeral will take place from her daughter's residence, 580 Water Street, Thursday afternoon.

OLIVER, Pascoe
Evening Telegram September 14, 1965 (Tuesday)

Death. Passed away on September 13th, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, Pascoe Oliver, age 38 years, of 5 Blackmarsh Road; leaving to mourn his wife, one son, two daughters, mother, three sisters and two brothers. Funeral will take place 2.15 Wednesday from Barrett's Funeral Home.

OLIVER, Patrick
Daily News   August 28, 1939 (Monday)

Passed peacefully away on Saturday, August 26th, after a long illness, Patrick Oliver, aged 52 years; leaving to mourn a loving wife, four daughters and one son. Funeral today Monday at 2:30 p.m. from his late residence, 18 Wickford Street. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on his Soul. R.I.P.

OLIVER, Patrick Joseph
Evening Telegram April 19, 1992 (Sunday)

Passed away April 18, 1992 at St. Clare's Mercy Hospital, age 72 years. Leaving to mourn his beloved wife Bernadette; daughter Cathy; sons: Shawn and Gary; daughter-in-law: Rhonda; grandchildren: James, Krista, Patrick, Joseph; sisters: Mary Doyle, Margaret Hynes (Tom), Kathleen Finn (Frank), Theresa Fifield (Jack), as well as a large circle of relatives and friends. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home April 19 and 20. Funeral mass from Roncalli Church, Airport Heights Drive at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 21. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Flowers gratefully accepted or donations to St. Clare's Coronary Unit.

OLIVER, Philip
Evening Telegram May 18, 1976 (Tuesday) [same in
Daily News
]

Passed peacefully away at his daughter's residence, Ridge Road, on May 17, Philip Oliver, in his 77th year. Leaving to mourn three sons, Stephen at St. John's, Bertrum in London, England and Philip at Toronto, Ontario; four daughters, Cristine (Mrs. Jack Reynolds) and Edith (Mrs. Leo Constantine) both of St. John's, Louise (Mrs. Edward Heanult) residing at Dover, Delaware, U.S.A. and Joanne (Mrs. Frank Rodgers) residing at Staudsburg, Pennsylvania; three brothers: Thomas, Joseph and Andrew, of St. John's; 22 grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren and a large circle of other relatives and friends. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home. Funeral on Thursday, at 9:30 a.m. to the Basilica. Interment in Belvedere Cemetery.

OLIVER, Stella (McEvoy)
Evening Telegram   August 1, 1968 (Thursday)

Passed away suddenly at Los Altos, California, Stella (McEvoy) Oliver, age 41 years, beloved wife of Leslie. Leaving to mourn besides her husband, one daughter Signe, in California, her father, John Bernard, and two sisters, Bernie in Georgia and Elizabeth at home. Funeral from Stangler Mortuary, Los Altos, California, of Friday, August 2nd.

OLIVER, Thomas
Evening Telegram June 28, 1977 (Tuesday)

Passed away on Monday, June 27, 1977, after a long illness, Thomas Oliver, aged 75 years. Left to mourn his sad loss are three brothers, William in Kitchener, Ont.; Joe and Frank of St. John's; three sisters, Margaret (Mrs. James Mackey), Melrose, T.B.; Bride (Mrs. William Cullen) of St. John's; and Genevieve, with whom he resided at 157 Casey Street. Funeral on Thursday from his late residence to St. Patrick's Church for mass at 11:00 a,m. Interment in Mount Carmel Cemetery.

OLIVER, William
Evening Telegram   September 6, 1909 (Monday)

Died. On September 4th, William Oliver, aged 68 years, leaving a wife, 4 daughters and two sons to mourn their loss. Funeral to-morrow, Tuesday at 2.30 p.m. from his late residence, 49 Flower Hill. - R.I.P. Boston and Montreal papers please copy.

OLIVER, William
Daily News   September 7, 1909 (Tuesday)

Death. On September 4th, William Oliver, aged 68 years; leaving a wife, 4 daughters and two sons, to mourn their sad loss. Funeral to-day, Tuesday, at 2.30 p.m., from his late residence, 49 Flower Hill - R.I.P. Boston and Montreal papers please copy.

O'NEIL, Bridget
Royal Gazette   March 17, 1885 (Tuesday)

DIED. ... At Holyrood, on the 13th inst., Bridget, wife of Mr. Thomas O'Neil, aged 53 years.

O'NEIL, Bridie
O'NEIL, Maggie
Evening Telegram   July 29, 1890 (Tuesday)

Died. On the 23rd inst., at Fermeuse, of diphtheria, Bridie, aged 5 years, darling child of Constantine and Maggie O'Neil; at the same place, of diphtheria, on the 24th inst., Maggie, aged 29 years, beloved wife of Constantine O'Neil, and eldest daughter of Samuel and Ellen Shallow, leaving a husband and four children and a large circle of friends to mourn their sad loss.

O'NEIL, Catherine
Harbour Grace Standard   January 26, 1917 (Friday)

Died. January the 13th, after a short illness, Catherine O'Neil, wife of Owen Murphy, aged 79 years. - R.I.P.

O'NEIL, Denis
The Evening Telegram   May 9, 1924 (Friday)

Harbor Grace Notes. ... The death of Mr. Denis O'Neil, son of Mr. Arthur O'Neil, of Riverhead, took place at Corner Brook on Sunday, April 27th. The deceased was about 20 years of age and had been working at Corner Brook. The remains were brought here on Thursday afternoon last, and the funeral took place on Friday and was very largely attended. Interment was made in the R.C. Cemetery, Rev. Fr. O'Neil conducting the service. We extend our sympathy to the sorrowing parents and relatives.

O'NEIL, infant daughter of James
Royal Gazette   November 23, 1886 (Tuesday)

Died. On the 17th inst., Birdie [sic], infant daughter of James O'Neil.

O'NEIL, Florence
Daily News   June 16, 1924 (Monday)

Obituary. Mrs. Florence O'Neil (Halifax Chronicle, June 12th) The death occurred at her home Sydney, Saturday, of Mary, beloved wife of Thomas O'Neil, aged 70 years. The deceased was a native of Harbour Grace, Newfoundland, and for the past 24 years made her home in Sydney. She is survived by her husband and two sons, Bernard of Halifax, James, of Boston, and her grand-daughter, Winnie, at home.

O’NEIL, Jas.
Royal Gazette March 13, 1883 (Tuesday)

Died. On the 8th inst., Mr. Jas. O'Neil, a native of County Wexford, Ireland, aged 85 years.

O'NEIL, John
Harbour Grace Standard   April 15, 1891 (Wednesday)

Death. On March 12th, at East Long Meadow, Mass., John, the beloved son of the late Andrew and Mary A. O'Neil, aged 66 years, formerly of St. John's, Newfoundland.

O'NEIL, John
Evening Telegram   September 5, 1910 (Monday)

Died. On September 3rd, John O'Neil (cooper), aged 35 years. Funeral will take place at 2.30 p.m. to-morrow from his late residence, 273 Water St. West. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully requested to attend without further notice. - R.I.P.

O'NEIL, Katie
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    February 1, 1890 (Saturday)

Died, on the 28th ult., Katie, child, of Edward and Alice O'Neil, Topsail Road, aged 11 months.

O'NEIL, Katie Frances
Evening Telegram   September 6, 1890 (Saturday)

Died. Last evening, Katie Frances, infant daughter of Edward and Mary O'Neil.

O'NEIL, Maggie
Harbour Grace Standard   May 10, 1879 (Saturday)

Death. On Tuesday evening last, 8th inst., after a short illness, Maggie, second daughter of Capt. Denis O'Neil, aged 13 years and 6 months.

O'NEIL, Mary
Daily News February 23, 1916 (Wednesday)

On Feb. 10th at St. Bride's Academy of pneumonia, Mary, beloved and only daughter of Michael J. and Catherine O'Neil, Bay de Verde, aged 15 years. - R.I.P.

O’NEIL, Mary Cashin
Royal Gazette July 25, 1882 (Tuesday)

Died. On the 21st inst., Mary Cashin O'Neil, aged 17 years and 6 months, third daughter of Philip and Mary O'Neil, of Bay Roberts.

O'NEIL, Philip
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    June 12, 1886 (Saturday)

Died, on the 10th inst., Mr. Philip O'Neil, aged 59 years, a native of Bay Roberts.

O'NEIL, Philip
Royal Gazette   June 15, 1886 (Tuesday)

Died. On the 10th inst., Mr. Philip O'Neil, aged 59 years, a native of Bay Roberts.

O'NEIL, Thomas
Royal Gazette   October 30, 1883 (Tuesday)

Died. At Bay-de-Verde, on the 19th inst., Thomas O'Neil, Esq., a native of Shanagarry, Monagmra [sic], county Cork, Ireland, aged 83 years.

O'NEIL, Mrs. Thomas
Harbour Grace Standard   November 29, 1929 (Friday)

The news of the passing of Mrs. Thomas O'Neil which took place at Badger late last week, was received by relatives here recently. Mrs. O'Neil had been ill for some while and recently visited St. John's, accompanied by her husband, who is agent of the Newfoundland Railway at Badger, for treatment. Mr. O'Neil visited here for a day or so with his wife, the guests of his mother and sister, Miss Agnes O'Neil. They returned home when Mrs. O'Neil developed pneumonia and following an illness of some two weeks death resulted. Mr. O'Neil and his family have the sympathy of their many friends in their sad bereavement.

O'NEIL, Wm.
Royal Gazette   November 13, 1883 (Tuesday)

DIED. ... On the 8th inst., at his residence, Long Pond Road, Mr. Wm. O'Neil, aged 74 years.

O'NEIL, William
The Evening Telegram    February 15, 1886 (Monday)

Died. This morning, after a short illness, Minnie, beloved wife of William O'Neil, Esq., aged 39 years. Funeral on Wednesday, at 2.30 o'clock, from her late residence, Water Street, West. - R.I.P.

O'NEILL, Agnes
Evening Telegram   April 3, 1990 (Tuesday)

Passed peacefully away at the L.A. Miller Center on March 31, 1990 age 80 years. Left to mourn two sons: John, Oshawa, Ontario and Michael, also one daughter Veronica, both of St. John's. Several nieces and nephews residing in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. Resting at Dunphy's Funeral Home, Holyrood. Mass at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, April 4, at Assumption Church, Avondale, followed by interment at the Assumption Cemetery at Avondale.

O'NEILL, Alice
Evening Telegram   December 11, 1922 (Monday)

Passed peacefully away, at Torbay, on Sunday, Dec. 10th, Alice O'Neill, relict of the late Arthur O'Neill of Cabot St., St. John's. Funeral at Torbay on Tuesday, at 2.30 p.m. May her soul rest in peace.

O'NEILL, Bessie Elizabeth
Evening Telegram   October 17, 1922 (Tuesday)

Died. Yesterday, after a long illness, Bessie Elizabeth O'Neill, darling daughter of Arthur O'Neill. Funeral will take place to-morrow (Wednesday) at 2.30 p.m. from her late residence, 62 Pennywell Road.

O'NEILL, Elizabeth
Evening Telegram   July 24, 1896 (Friday)

Died. At Harbor Grace, on Sunday, 19th instant, Elizabeth O'Neill, aged 52 years; leaving 3 sons and 5 daughters to mourn their sad loss. - (Boston papers please copy).

O'NEILL, Elizabeth
Harbour Grace Standard   July 24, 1896 (Friday)

Died. On Sunday morning, Elizabeth, relict of the late Patrick O'Neill, aged 73 years.

O’NEILL, Henry
Evening Mercury June 30, 1885 (Tuesday)

Death. On the 15th inst., Mr. Henry O'Neill, a native of Fermuse [sic], aged 77 years.

O'NEILL, infant daughter
Evening Telegram   January 17, 1891 (Saturday)

Died. On the 15th inst., of convulsions, the infant daughter of Edward and Alice O'Neill, Topsail road, aged 3 weeks.

O'NEILL, James
Newfoundlander   January 17, 1867 (Thursday)

Died. - On Monday morning, Mr. James O'Neill, of the County Tipperary, Ireland, aged 45 years.

O'NEILL, Jeremiah
Evening Telegram   June 8, 1896 (Monday)

Drowned - On the 4th inst., Jeremiah, aged 24 years, fourth son of Morgan and Kate O'Neill. Funeral to-morrow Tuesday, at 2.30 p.m., from his late residence, Waldegrave street, friends will please attend without further notice.

O'NEILL, Johanna
Colonist   July 2, 1887 (Saturday)

Death. At Fermeuse, on the feast SS. Peter and Paul, after a tedious illness, Johanna O'Neill.

O'NEILL, John
The Evening Telegram   June 25, 1997 (Wednesday)

(Holyrood) Passed peacefully away at Power's Guest Home, Holyrood on Monday, June 23rd, in his 89th year. Leaving to mourn Mary and Peter White and family of Gower St., with whom he resided for 25 years. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home, LeMarchant Rd., from 7-10 p.m. Tuesday and 2-4 p.m. and 7-10 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral Mass on Thursday, June 26th, 1997 at 9:30 a.m. from the Basilica. Interment at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery. Flowers gratefully accepted or donations in his memory may be made to a charity of one's choice. Special thanks to the management and staff of Power's Guest Home, Holyrood.

O'NEILL, Laura
Daily News   December 28, 1926 (Tuesday)

DIED. - Passed peacefully away on the 27th after a short but painful illness, Laura, beloved daughter of Lizzie and John O'Neill, aged 19 years, leaving 5 sisters and 3 brothers to mourn their sad loss. Funeral takes place on Wednesday from her late residence, 4 Williams Lane. ... New York and Sydney papers please copy.

O'NEILL, Mary
Daily News   February 11, 1952 (Monday)

There passed peacefully away at Bell island on Feb. 1st, in her 91st year Mrs. Mary O'Neill, widow of the late Jeremiah O'Neill of Harbour Grace. She leaves to mourn four daughters, Mrs. Colin Campbell at Boston, Mrs. Daniel Griffin, Petries, Bay of Islands, Mrs. James Jones and Mrs. James Byrne at Bell island, also three sons, Thomas at Welland, Ontario, Daniel at Harbour Grace and Leo at Bell Island. She also leaves forty grandchildren and eighty-six great grandchildren and a large circle of friends. The funeral took place from the residence of her son Leo O'Neill of the Green, Feb. 4th, with Requiem Mass in St. James Church. (Boston papers please copy).

O'NEILL, Michael
Daily News   December 31, 1957 (Tuesday)

"1957 at Harbour Grace. .... Necrology. ... February. .... Michael O'Neill, ..."

O'NEILL, Mrs. M. J.
Evening Telegram   October 11, 1929 (Friday)

Obituary. The whole community of Harbor Grace as well as the entire diocese were deeply grieved, on Tuesday last, when the sad news was announced that Mrs. M.J. O'Neill had passed away, fortified by all the rites of Holy Church.
Mrs. O'Neill was a native of Northern Bay, Bay de Verde, and was a daughter of that highly respected business man, Mr. Simeon March, one of those enterprising merchants who battled with the great industries, the fisheries, for many years, both in prosperity and adversity - and always won in the end. Her mother was Mrs. Elizabeth Hogan, of Northern Bay, a member of one of the best known families in the Island. Mrs. O'Neill was a lady of high character and of a remarkably sweet disposition. Looking with kindly spirit upon all, loyal to her friends, and devoted to those nearest to her, she won the respect of all. We shall always remember her as one who was essentially pure in heart. In a very quiet way she accomplished much social service work, and many a poor family will bless her name and regret to learn of her passing. Very recently she visited St. John's to see her friends, and her demise was certainly unexpected. Her husband, M.J. O'Neill, predeceased her some years ago. He was a son of Capt. John O'Neill, one of those merchant-planters of the old school who did so much to place Newfoundland in the position it is to-day, among the greatest fishing countries in the world. He carried on an extensive fishing business on Labrador as well as the Shore Fishery at Bay-de-Verde; he was a thorough Irish gentleman.
For years Mrs. O'Neill presided over the household duties of the Palace, during the Episcopate of her brother, the beloved Bishop of the Diocese of Harbor Grace, Rt. Rev. Dr. March. No word of unkindness ever passed the lips of the deceased lady, charity and kindness animated her every act. The deeds of disinterested charity are recorded in the Book of Life. On the blessed day of recompense Our Blessed Saviour will say: "Come, ye blessed of my Father, possess the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world." What Shakespeare says of mercy pertains also to charity and kindness: "It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven, it is twice blessed; it blesseth him that gives and him that takes."
The funeral took place yesterday (Thursday) when after High Mass and office was celebrated, interment took place in the family plot in Bay de Verde. - Requiecat in pace.

O'NEILL, Patrick
Harbour Grace Standard   January 20, 1891 (Tuesday)
Drowning Casualty at Long Pond.

Yesterday afternoon a sad mishap took place whereby a citizen of this town came to a sudden death at the head of Northern Long Pond. The deceased - Patrick O'Neill - left home in the morning for the woods in order to procure knees for a slide. Nothing is known of his doings up to about 4 o'clock in the afternoon. At that time a young man named Hunt, coming out of the woods saw a bundle of knees, a pair of cuffs and a cap on the ice at the head of the Pond to the westward of Anderson's brook. He immediately raised an alarm. After a short time, with the aid of a gaff or some such like appliance the body of the unfortunate man was recovered. It is thought he knelt down to get a drink and fell through, the hole which was not much larger than his body. The wood, &c., being on the ice strongly favors this view of the manner in which he came to his end. His body was brought out last night at 8 o'clock; put in the dead house, and later on was conveyed home. O'Neill had resided in this town for the past twenty-five years or so. He was an Irishman and was in the ranks, being one of the last soldiers stationed in this country. He was in the Crimean war, and often told of his life in the trenches before Sebastopol. Poor Paddy was well-known and liked here. He leaves a widow but no children.

O'NEILL, Patrick
Evening Telegram   December 21, 1921 (Wednesday)

Obituary. (H.F. Shortis) With the passing of Mr. Patrick O'Neill on Sunday morning last, not only did his family lose a loving and devoted husband, a kind and gentle father, but the community at large of Harbor Grace, where his friends are legion, lost a most highly respected citizen, and the Reid Newfoundland Company an old, faithful and trustworthy servant. His death was not unexpected for the fact that his strength was gradually failing was obvious to all who knew him, yet the news carried with it a thrill of grief that extended beyond his native place. His personal demeanor was modest, approachable and kindly - sincerely religious and animated by a spirit of service, as well as taking a keen and cheerful interest in the affairs of our country to the end despite his somewhat lengthy illness. Pat O'Neill was a type of manhood which has helped to make Newfoundland what it is, and whose clean and industrious life will be impressed upon generations to come. He was a general good companion, a staunch and loyal friend, a sincere and exemplary Catholic, generous to those who asked aid of him, industrious, of unconquerable integrity and in every way a thorough good citizen.
Patrick O'Neill was born in Harbor Grace well over eighty years ago descended from that sturdy and industrious old Kerry stock that did so much towards advancing agriculture in their adopted country. The Kerry people were noted for their longevity, and his mother attained the great age of 106 years. At a very early age Mr. O'Neill prosecuted the seal and Labrador fisheries with that famous old Viking, Capt. Patrick Kelly, in the brigantine Haidee, and for many years with Capt. John Scully in the brigantine Jane. He also made many voyages in our mercantile marine to foreign ports, and was on several trips with that famous Arctic navigator, Capt. Richard Pike, both in the S.S. Retriever, S.S. Proteus and other ships of sail and steam. He was with Capt. Pike in the Proteus in 1875, when that great seal-killer brought in over 41,000 seals, and a good second trip. Although prosecuting the fishery and sealing on foreign voyages, he combined agriculture with these means of livelihood, and the result can be seen to-day in the extensive farm and beautiful homestead possessed by his family, and comfortable and picturesque appearance of the scene, in which may be seen the cattle, pigs, poultry and all the utilities which go to make up a truly happy home. At the very commencement of the opening up of the Railway by Messrs. Reid and Middleton, Patrick O'Neill was recommended to the contractors by the late Sir Ambrose Shea as a truly honest, faithful and trustworthy man, to become, what I shall call a confidential servant. Quickly that keen judge of character, the late Sir Robert Reid recognized that he had found his man in the fisherman-sailor-farmer of the old school.
From that day, the beginning of railway operations to Hall's Bay, to the time of his death, Patrick O'Neill was looked upon more as a tried and trusted friend than as a servant, and nothing could exceed the confidence reposed in him and kindness extended towards him, than was given by Sir Robert Reid and his three sons, as well as by every man in the employ of the Reid Newfoundland Company. Some twelve years ago the faithful servant wished to return to his native town, and the moment he made his request it was readily granted by the Messrs. Reid; he was transferred to the Railway Sation at Harbor Grace and they took the deepest interest in their old friend up to the last. During his long service in the employ, he carried many thousands of letters and many hundreds of thousands of dollars, walking from one end of the line to the other at Port aux Basques, with the wages of the army of operatives along the railway; yet never had it been known that one cent was lost, much less a letter. All the Messrs. Reid would say was, "Is it all right, Pat"? - and receiving the reply in the affirmative, that ended the matter. Such was the confidence the Messrs. Reid and their officials placed in the word of good, honest, faithful Patrick O'Neill.
His funeral took place yesterday and his mortal remains now rest in peace in the family plot in the Roman Catholic Cemetery at Harbor Grace. - R.I.P.

O'NEILL, Philomena
Daily News    October 3, 1918 (Thursday)

On Saturday forenoon, after celebration of Mass for the repose of her soul, the remains of Philomena O'Neill, a victim of the Mount Moriah train wreck, were laid away in the cemetery on the hill side. Mass, which was attended by the greater part of the residents of this place, and by many from neighbouring settlements, was celebrated by Rev. W.P. Finn, P.P., at 9.30 a.m. Many wreaths from friends of the family and acquaintances and companions of the deceased, were laid on the casket, which was as beautiful as could be obtained in the city, being supplied by the Reid-Nfld Co.
In the untimely death of Miss O'Neill, Holyrood lost one of its most amiable and popular young ladies. Born at Holyrood 23 years ago, the daughter of Philip and Mary O'Neill, she was educated at High School, under Master Dwyer, graduating at the age of 16 with splendid record of efficiency in all branches, and having passed intermediate exam, obtaining diploma before the age of 17. She taught school at Fr. Kavanagh's parishes of Whitbourne and Gambo for four years. The pupils she taught in these schools had Requiem Mass said for the repose of her soul on Wednesday last. During her period of teaching she showed excellent results, and was beloved by her pupils and deservedly popular and respected by the residents amongst whom she resided. She resigned during mid-summer holidays, and decided to join her sister in Boston. It was on that journey she met her death, being instantly killed when the express went off the track at Mount Moriah on Sept. 24th last. The sad news of her tragic death was broken to the bereaved parents by Rev. Fr. Finn on the night of the accident, and the shock was severe, prostrating her mother and sisters who barely twenty-four hours previously parted with her in health and happiness, little dreaming of the sad fate so soon to overtake her and snatch her from them. The many friends and companions who assembled at the station to bid her good bye on the day of her departure was an index of her amiable and loving disposition, which endeared her to all her associates. That the people of the settlement shared fully in the sorrow of her relatives and grieved with them in their loss was demonstrated by the large concourse of people that assembled at the station to meet the corpse, which reached here after midnight Friday. Notwithstanding the late hour, hundreds waited to pay their respect at the bier of their departed friend and late companion.
Father, mother, five sisters, one, May, teacher at Central High School, Mrs. J.A. Veitch, two others at home and one in Boston, also one brother with the Canadian forces en route to England, are left to mourn. The sincere sympathy of all who know the hospitable and generous family of Phil O'Neill and his kindly wife will go out to them in their hour of grief for the loss of their beloved child under such tragic circumstances. Requiscat in pace. Amicus, Holyrood, Sept. 30, 1918.

O'NEILL, William
Royal Gazette   February 23, 1886 (Tuesday)

Died. On the 15th inst., Minnie, wife of William O'Neill, Esq., aged 39 years.

O'REGAN, Mary
Evening Telegram   April 28, 1891 (Tuesday)

Died. This morning, after a long illness, Mary, the beloved wife of James O'Regan, a native of Dungarven, County Waterford, Ireland, aged 57 years, 41 of which she spent in this country; funeral on Thursday next, at 2.30 p.m., from her late residence, 291 Water St., West.

O'RIELLY, Thomas
Newfoundlander   February 10, 1880 (Tuesday)

Died. - At the same place [Holyrood], Jan. 26th, after a long and severe illness, Thomas O'Rielly, aged 50 years, leaves a wife and large family to mourn his loss. - R.I.P.

O'RIELLY
Harbour Grace Standard   February 14, 1880 (Saturday)

Death. At Holyrood, Jan. 26 after a long and severe illness, Thomas O'Rielly, aged 50 years, leaving wife and large family to mourn his loss. - R.I.P.

O'REILLY, William
Daily News   July 4, 1918 (Thursday)

Casualty List. Royal Newfoundland Regiment.
Received July 3, 1918.
2118 Pte. William O'Reilly, Placentia

O'ROURKE, Ann
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    July 23, 1890 (Wednesday)

Died, at Holyrood, on the 13th inst., Ann, relict of the late P. O'Rourke, aged 50 years.

O'ROURKE, Clyde
Daily News   November 25, 1927 (Friday)

Newbridge, Salmonier, Nov. 23 - In the grey early hours of November 17th, at Newbridge, Salmonier, the Angel of Death overshadowed the home of Michael O'Rourke, folding in his embrace Clyde, the eldest son of the family. The almost sudden passing of this youthful life drew forth more than ordinary sympathy, but the "Gods love those who die young," and Clyde had but entered his twentieth year. He took a man's part aboard his father's schooner during the past summer, and it was while en route to St. John's that he complained of not feeling well. On arrival there he visited Dr. Keegan for advice, who ordered him a bed in the General Hospital, where he was given most careful treatment, and kindness by doctors and nurses. His spiritual needs were attended to by Rev. Fr. Gibbs, who fortified him with the strengthening consolation of Holy Church. But withal, his condition became worse and recovery hopeless, the fiat had gone forth, and upon his removal to home, he peacefully passed through the earthly portals to await "till the shadows retire."
The funeral which was largely attended, took place on the 19th, the members of the Holy Name Society in which the deceased was a juvenile member, acted as a guard of honour. Requiem High Mass was celebrated by Rev. Fr. Enright, P.P., for the repose of his soul and after the last obsequies were recited, his mortal remains were consigned to mother-earth, in the family plot, near St. Joseph's Church. Besides his grieved parents, the deceased leaves to mourn him a brother, Bernard, and two sisters Sadie and Patricia at home. To these the community evidenced heartfelt sympathy, in the many affectionate expressions, and floral tributes offered them, and showed the great esteem in which the deceased was held. Clyde was a special favorite with his companions to whom he was an example of all that was good and true. May his soul rest in peace. COM

O'ROURKE, Clyde
Daily News   December 31, 1927 (Saturday)
November 17 - Clyde O'Rourke
, New Bridge, Salmonier, 20 ...

O'ROURKE, Rev. Dean
Daily News   December 31, 1927 (Saturday)
December 12 - Very Rev. Dean O'Rourke
, at Montreal, 76 ...

O'ROURKE, Rev. Dean M.
Evening Telegram   December 14, 1927 (Wednesday)

Death of Very Rev. Dean O'Rourke. Montreal, Dec. 13, (C.P.). Very Rev. Dean M. O'Rourke, 76, who was born in Holyrood, Newfoundland, and lived in Newfoundland until ten years ago when he retired, died suddenly here last night. During the latter part of his Newfoundland ministry, Dean O'Rourke had been at the Sacred Heart Cathedral, Curling, and since coming to Montreal had been attached to St. Willibrord's Church, Verdun. He was also the acting chaplain at Ville Marie Convent here.

O'ROURKE, John
Daily News   June 10, 1927 (Friday)

Death. At Holyrood, on June 8th, John O'Rourke, aged 72 years.

O'ROURKE, John
Daily News   December 31, 1927 (Saturday)
June 8 - John O'Rourke
, Holyrood, 77 ...

O'ROURKE, Maggie A.
Royal Gazette   February 10, 1885 (Tuesday)

Died. On the 2nd inst., Maggie A., youngest child of Michael and Catherine O'Rourke, aged 2 years and 6 months.

O'ROUKE, Michael F.
The Evening Telegram    January 7, 1930 (Tuesday)

DIED. ... Passed peacefully away at his residence, Portugal Cove Rd., this morning at two o'clock, Michael F. O'Rourke, of pneumonia, in his 78th year; leaving a wife, two sons, Thos. J. and Michael and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Funeral on Wednesday, at 2.30 p.m. - R.I.P.

O'ROURKE, Patrick
The Times & General Commercial Gazette     March 17, 1888 (Saturday)

Died, at Holyrood, on the 10th inst., Mr. Patrick O'Rourke; deceased was a brother of the Rev. M. O'Rourke, West Coast.

O'ROURKE, Patrick J.
Telegram November 18, 1999 (Thursday)

Passed away after a courageous battle with cancer on November 17, 1999 in Stevensville, Ontario, formerly of St. John's, NF, surrounded by his family and friends. Leaving to mourn his wife Eileen; two daughters: Sandra (Peter Young), Mount Pearl, Patricia (Art Earle), Ottawa, Ontario; son Michael (Tracey) O'Rourke, Cold Lake, Alberta; eight grandchildren and a large circle of other relatives and friends. Burial to take place in Stevensville, Ontario.

O'SULLIVAN, Michael
Daily News   April 26, 1926 (Monday)

April 22nd, after a tedious illness, Michael O'Sullivan, aged 16 years, leaving father, mother, 5 brothers, and 3 sisters, to mourn their sad loss. Funeral took place Saturday morning from his father's residence, No. 6 Hutching Street, to train. Interment at Harbour Main.

O'TOOLE, Terrence
Harbour Grace Standard    August 27, 1887 (Saturday)

Death. At St. John's on the 17th inst., Terrence O'Toole, a native of County Waterford, Ireland, in the 97th year of his age - 67 of which he spent in Newfoundland. - R.I.P.

 

 

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