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The Tale of the Sea
Dec 30, 1922
S. S. Sebastopol ashore at Channel, second time on the one trip. Refloated.
5 8 Monroe & Co's , schooner Scotch Cure, caught in a pan of ice and driven out of Change Islands. picked up by S. S. Seal, Captain Carter, and towed in to Seldom Come By, where crew, which had abandoned her rejoined.
9 Norwegian Steamer Skaraas, 19 days from Narvick, Norway, bound to Philadelphia, arrives with steering gear out of order and deck damages
11 Schooner Eleanor E. , Kinsella Master, bound from Ferryland to St. John's , runs ashore near Witless Bay. Crew escape in safety.
12 Tern schooner Frank R Forsey, Captain Rose, strikes pier at Grand Bank and sinks. She was homeward bound from Setubal with salt. Refloated the next day owing to melting , and moored in the basin.
14 Tern schooner General Jacob, S Harris, Ltd. , ashore at Langlade, Miquelon. Subsequently refloated and towed to Grand Bank.
18 Norwegian schooner Helder, 10 day from Baltimore bound to Denmark, reaches harbour in leaky condition. S. S. Sachem picks up disabled Norwegian Steamer Capto, in lat. 49.45 N. , long 40.10 W. , and starts towing her to St. John's.
26 Capt. James Ellis of the Emperor of Scotland in terrific storm rescued Capt. Kearley and crew of the schooner Clintonia of Belleoram, amid grave difficulties. The crew were compelled to throw themselves into the water, where they were picked up. The vessel was burned and the lifeboats smashed. The Clintonia was bound from Fortune Bay to Halifax. Crew were brought to New York.
28 S.S. Sachem arrives with steamer Capto in tow. Hawser parted of four different occasions. Storms and fields of ice impeded progress. Two was about seven hundred miles and occupied ten days. The Capto was ore laden from Narock to Sydney. Capt. Petite and crew of the wrecked schooner armistice, rescued by S. S. Horner city and carried to Newport, Wales, arrive by S. S. Sachem.
6 Schooner Workman, Capt. Ansty, St. John's to Seville, reported sunk in mid-ocean, Crew rescued by S. S. Maryland and landed at Madeira
8 S. S Kyle, after 5 days of terrible experience, arrives at Port aux Basque, with steering gear broken, ship iced up, and crew frost bitten.
14 American Shipping Board steamer, Bellingham, Captain Henry Morgan, bound from Finland ports to Boston, enters port short of coal and provisions, One man, Seaman Head 35 drowned.
20 Tern schooner Marguerite Ryan, Cadiz to Trinity, reported abandoned in mid-ocean. Crew rescued and landed in Panama.
23 Cap. Thomas Janes and crew of six sunken schooner A. B. Barteau of St. John's from Port Ambroy, inward, rescued by Norwegian steamer Hauk, badly frostbitten after several days on the ice.
25 Crew of the marguerite Ryan, Trapini to Trinity, rescued in January in mid-0cean by S. S. Corinthian and landed at Christobal, reach Boston.
1 Crew of the abandoned schooner Frank H Adams of Catalina landed at Milford Haven. The derelict towed into Vigo, Spain, two day earlier.
4 S. S. Sagona, Captain Tavenor, arrives from Louisbury, the round trip having occupied 21 days, mostly spent in the ice off Scatterie.
5 S. S. Belvernon arrives 5 ½ days from Halifax, with remains of Robert Clance fishermen who died in Hospital at Boston: also carrying crew of the schooner James O'Neill, Oporto to St. John's which was abandoned off St. Peirre on March 3rd.
6 Capt. James and crew of the ill fated schooner A. B. Barteau, brought to port by S. S. Hauk and taken to hospital. Had been three day s and three nights on the ice before rescued.
10 Schooner Bohemia abandoned and set on fire at lat. 45. , N long 55.13 W , Crew rescued by schooner Admiral Drake, and subsequently transferred to S. S. Arawa
19 Schooner Nellie T Walters, 61 days from Lisbon to Burin, puts into Halifax after terrific experience.
30 Schooner Gladys M Hollett abandoned at sea. Crew rescued by S. S. Sable Island and landed at St. John's the following day.
3 Capt. Cluett and crew of the schooner Rita M Cluett, bound home from Oporto, rescued by S. S. President Fillmore. The schooner was subsequently fired 360 miles south of Cape Race , and crew transferred to U. A. Patrol-cutter Tamps, were landed at Halifax on April 5th
12 Tern schooner General Ironsides arrives in Halifax 70 days from Portugal bound to St. John's. Schooner Admiral Drake from New York to St. John's, 70 days out, reaches Halifax
17 Barquentine Clutha , Capt. Burke, reported abandoned in Lat. 41 N. , Long 47W. , and set on fire. The crew rescued by schooner Jean Campbell, Transferred to S. S. Orduna and landed in England.
21 Schooner Gay Gordon, Captain Fudge abandoned in Lat. 41.45 N. , Long 41.41W. Crew rescued.
29 Schooner Cape Race, Captain Mark Burke, arrives 76 day from Seville.
3 First Trans Atlantic steamer to arrive at Montreal for the season is the S. S. Holingbroke.
6 Captain Burke and six of the crew of the Barquentine Clutha, abandoned at sea, arrive at Halifax by S. S. Pittsburgh from Southampton.
7 S. S. Portia, Capt. Field arrives after 80 days round trip due to ice conditions.
8 Four women and 23 men walk 8 miles over treacherous ice field between S. S. Kyle and Flat Point after being ice bound in sight of land for 10 days with provisions dwindling to vanishing point. Just after landing the wind changed and the S. S. Kyle reached North Sydney.
9 Between 40 and 50 Trans-Atlantic passenger steamers caught in the ice in Canadian waters.
15 Schooner Spencer Lake driven ashore at Woods Island, by ice.
19 S. S. Glenburnie ashore at Spot Point, Highlands, Bay St. George, refloated three days later.
20 Schooner Spencer Lake refloated by Canadian Government S. S. Montealm
21 S. S. Oxonian, Capt. Thomas, with bows badly damaged, and leaking, reach port, carrying 818 head of cattle, bound for Montreal to Birkenhead.
26 C. P. R. Liner Melita arrives from Montreal, takes passengers and crew of wrecked S. S. Marvale, and proceeds to England. S. S. Rosalind collided with schr. Bertie Oke from Musgravetown, doing some damage.
31 Schooner Pellen grounds on sand bank in Port au Port Bay.
14 Schooner Portia of Raleigh abandoned the previous night, when she struck Cranford's Island, runs ashore at Indian Islands. Sails were set when she struck. Later the schooner slipped off and was driven under sail to Indian Island.
19 Schooner Herbert Warren given up as lost at sea.
23 Schooner Florence B of Haystack abandoned 14 miles off Cape Pine. Crew rescued by schooner Ethel H Dicks, Captain Fagan, and landed at St. Mary's.
27 S. S. Seal, Captain Jacob Kean, with 200 passengers, freaks four blades of propellor off Snug Harbour. S. S. Ranger, Capt Abraham Kean, brings assistance.
29 Norwegian steamer O. K. Knudsen, coal laden, Sydney to Wabana, struck gull Island Point near St. Vincent's. Crew landed at Peter's River. Vessel total loss.
1 S. S. Banda, Sydney to Granville France, coal laden, struck Watering Cove, one mile east of the Knudsen wreck. Crew saved. Total loss. Was a French ship of 3893 tons gross.
2 S. S. Advance from Boston, runs ashore in a fog while entering Halifax Harbor and breaks in two; 3458 tons. Ship ran between Boston and Halifax and St. John's.
12 French Warship arrives with several of the crew of the banker Bessileur of St. Malo rescued after the vessel had taken fire through a gasoline explosion. One sailor succumbed to his injuries just before arrival
16 Danish schooner Centaurus which left Harbor Buffett on February 7th for Oporto, and whose Captain had been arrested for shooting one of the crew reported missing.
13 Schooner Edward Roy, Captain Thomas O'Brien, Curling, driven ashore near North Sydney. S. S. Sable I. , Capt. Murley, collides with wreck and is beached four miles from Lamaline.
16 Schooner Luica from Fortune Harbour to Curling runs ashore on Woods Island.
18 Schooner Minnie Parsons Pierce Judge, Master lost at Belle Isle in a gale.
23 S. S. Sable I successfully refloated. Schooner Conqueror, with 500 quintals of fish lost at New Harbour, Grosswater Bay
31 Portuguese Cruiser Carvalboe Arango goes ashore half a mile north of La Manche. Is pulled off by S. S. Watchful and towed to St. John's. S. S. Roxburgh ashore 14 miles from Botwood.
1 Portuguese Cruiser Carvalboe Arango arrives with six of the crew seriously injured. One seaman has both legs amputated and another one leg. S. S. Roxburgh refloated and arrives at St. John's two day later.
9 Italian steamer Vesuvio arrives with steering out of order. Steam tug Hero sinks at her moorings.
23 Schooner Jacinth owned by John Barbour, Newtown ashore at Cape Ballard. -Total Wreck. Schooner Lorna Doone of Port Union, Capt. Rideout, lost with 600 quintals of fish off Cape Bonavista.
1 S.S. Troutpool ashore at St. Pierre Island. Total Loss. Schooner Mona Fortune, strikes breakwater at Souris, P.E.I. and sinks. Schooner Allan F. Ross breaks anchorage at St. Pierre and is driven on the rocks. Subsequently reach harbor. Three schooners post at Port au Brass. Schooner Electric Flash total wreck at Renews.
2 Schooner Quickstop, Capt. Bennett, sinks at Burnt Island wharf. Schooner Nortman W Strong Capt. Wiseman, lost off Castle Hyde near little St. Lawrence.
8 Refloated schooner Electric Flash towed to St. John's
16 Schooner Jean Dundonald Duff, Capt. C. Forward, abandoned in Lat. 42.28 N. , Long 24.43 W. Crew rescued by S. S. Arawa and landed in Colon, Panama.
18 Schooner Freedom, Capt. Noseworthy, arrives at Carbonear, 26 days from North Sydney.
24 Schooner William L Macdonald on fire off New Jersey Coast, abandoned . Crew rescued by S. S. Manuel included Hugh Grandy Mate; John R Haines, Cook; Jerry Bungay, Charles Skinner and James keeping, all of Newfoundland.
12 Newfoundland schooner Lizzie Divvan from P. E. I. strikes Cerberus Rock off Arichat. Crew rescued by S. S. Robert G Cann.
14 Schooner Olive May, Captain Walter Barbour, ashore at Crocker's Cove Point, Carbonear.
25 Schooner Rosaleen, Barrett, Master, of Bishop's Cove, abandoned at Middle Cove.
1 Schooner Little Princess, belonging to Capt. A Kean, reported abandoned in mid-ocean.
3 S. S. Gustavsholm, Capt. Stevenson, 9 days out from Norfolk Va. , to Gottenburg, Sweden, puts in for repairs.
4 Schooner Ria of Grand Bank ashore off the Point , Harbour Grace Beach.
15 Schooner Nahada, Capt. J. C. Peddle, belonging to Benjamin Stied, Musgravetown, B. B. runs ashore near Baccalieu, bound for Canada Harbour to St. John's, crew narrowly escape but save none of their belongings.
21 S. S. Silvia makes fastest record, 37 hours from St. John's to Halifax.
FATALITIES OF THE YEAR
1 M. Garland, 13 son of Thomas Garland, formerly Hair Dresser in St. John's, accidently killed when playing with a revolver at Culver City, California.
13 George Kelloway, 27, killed by fall of coal in Victoria Mine, Glace Bay.
14 Thomas ford, H. M. C. Channel, overcome by blizzard between Channel and Port aux Basques, dies a few minutes after rescue.
20 George Wells of Little Bay, struck by an automobile at Renton, Washington State, U.S.A. the previous day, died age 41
4 Second Officer, Robert Carter, of Port aux Basques, washed overboard from S.S. Kyle, 32
5 Herbert Blondin 30 and Miles O'Brien 26 of Bay Bulls, swept over board from schooner Elizabeth Howard and lost. Both unmarried.
14 Capt. William Sutton drowned at Seal Cove, British Columbia.
15 two young girls, daughters of Ralph Costard, Cape George, received severe injuries from lighting a fire with gasoline and died two days later.
17 Charles Vatcher, Lower Battery, 21, drowned at Skerries Cove, outside the Narrows when bird shooting. Married, one child, body recovered the following Monday
19 John T Tobin, Trepassey, 18 found dead in severe blizzard.
20 Joseph Hayes, Renews, 18, found dead in Fermeuse Station where he had sought refuge from the blizzard of the previous day
12 Isaac Sansom, 63, and Augustus Sansom, 50, of Winterton drowned off Greats Cove Point.
25 In early morning fire on Spencer Street, John Donovan, aged 85, burned to death, others of family narrowly escape.
1 George Penney, Heart's Content killed there when discharging coal from S. S. Cranley.
6 Thomas Strowbridge aged and almost blind, drowned from schooner Dixie at Harbour Breton.
10 George Mallatt of Yarmouth, N.S. sailor on the S. S. Wascana, at Bell Island, struck by a car loaded with ore and instantly killed.
17 Gregory Lewis, Holyrood, dies in hospital at Sydney, after amputation of both legs due to a fall in the steel works
22 Shelby Gosse, 17, Bell Island, died from injuries received through being struck by a loaded car on the Nova Scotia Pier.
23 Vincent Slaney, St. Lawrence, reported lost from schooner Ellen and Mary of Grand Bank.
25 Leo Cluny, Ex-Pte. in Forestry Battalion, reported killed in Quebec by a falling derrick.
28 James Boone dies as result of a carriage accident on the previous day at Flat rock, St. John's East.
7 Herbert Hammond, Portugal Cove, falls between cars of ore on Bell Island and is badly crushed.
10 Little lad named Peddle, aged 4 strays from his home. Body found long after, probably fell off Railway Trestle.
14 Mrs. Williams James, Georgetown, Brigus, dies from severe burns received the previous day.
15 Alice Gulley, Bonne Bay, 18, when insane, suicides .
20 John St. John, Harbour Grace, 47, John L Wellon, Ladle Cove, 30; and Adam Kean, Musgrave Harbour, 59 drowned at Grand Falls, through upsetting of boat.
21 Leo Cluney killed at Quebec.
21 Jeremiah Callahan of Humber Brook, drowned while conveying some tourists up the river.
4 Alfred Martin, Hickman's Harbour, falls over wharf and is drowned, 57
9 Alfred Skinner, Belloram, 38, drowned 80 miles off shore through fall from deck of schooner Dorothy I. , whose brother Ralph Skinner, was Master.
11 Little Mollie Humphries, 4 ½ killed by motorcycle on Cornwall Avenue.
16 John S Horrow, Ship's Harbour, P. B. , drowned when swimming in St. John Harbour New Brunswick.
26 Augustus McNeil drowned off St. Shotts.
31 Gerald Griffiths, 12, accidently killed by motor car on the South Side Road.
4 Leonard Hart, killed at Fogo in a saw-mill accident.
9 Thomas Whalen, Bryants Cove, instantly killed at Bell Island, 28.
13 William and Maxwell Inkpen of Burin, drowned.
16 Raymond Lever, Heart's content 16, falls over public wharf and is drowned.
22 James Lomond, Channel, one of the crew of the S. S. Stella Maris, Capt. Renouf, washed overboard in heavy weather and drowned.
23 Herbert Dawe, killed by fall from 8th floor of the Robert Simpson Building, Toronto.
28 S. Mollow, 82, Fishery Warden, and his 7 year old granddaughter, drowned in the Serpentine River, St. George's.
29 Herbert Pike, drowned while bathing at Topsail
2 Fracas at Chapel's Cove, Harbour Main, when man named Fewer was assaulted by another named Hawco. Fewer as result of injuries received died in hospital on September 13th. Hawco charged with wilful murder.
3 Miss Hilda Horney, 23, killed by runaway car at Bell Island.
6 Thomas McCarthy injured in boiler explosion at the royal Hotel, St. John N.B. , on August 26th, dies there if his injuries.
9 Agusta Joe Berie of the Portuguese Cruiser, Carvalhoe Aranjo, dies after double amputation at the Hospital due to severe injuries received in storm at sea.
13 William Kenway, Flat Island, P.B. knocked overboard, by the main boom of a fishing vessel, and is drowned.
20 Henry Peddle 28, crushed to death at Besco Steel plant, Sydney.
25 James Brown, Grand Bank, 16 accidentally and fatally shoots himself at Lamaline.
27 John Hopkins died in hospital from injuries caused by a fall from a ladder when making alterations on the tower of the Methodist College, the previous Tuesday.
1 Vincent Molloy, Marystown, lost with schooner General Parr.
2 Freight train overturns near Northern Bight, due to embankment washed away by storm. Engine Driver Charles Cahill, 45, killed.
9 Gladys Inkpen, 8, Ship's cove, Burin, burned to death , her clothing catching from the flame of a kerosene oil stove.
21 Michael Bulger, Flat rock, accidentally killed when discharging locomotive for the Humber, at the St. John's Dry Dock.
26 Samuel Murphy, Colliers, killed at Bell Island, when trying to board a trip of cars.
29 Ronald John Carter of Greenspond drowned at Montreal.
7 Arthur Hampton, Portland, B. B. killed through bursting of a block and tackle when engaged in hauling a house.
8 Body of Florence White, Conception Harbour, a domestic found dead in Waterford River.
20 Lewis Mitchell, Kelly Cove, Burin, drowned though falling overboard when mooring his boat.
11 Arthur Donaldson Malcolm formerly of Fogo, at Detroit, U. S. A.
22 Mrs. J. T. Murphy, Placentia
28 Miss Josephine Hogan, Northern Bay, 16
29 Mrs. Mary Brophy, Bay Roberts, 86
30 Williams Ashbourne, Twillingate, 55
2 Henry T Nicol
3 Mrs. Ellen Chafe, Petty Harbour, 83.
4 Alexander McKinley, 60
5 Miss Emma Grace Grant, South Side, Carbonear, 24
6 Mrs. Bridget Penney, 76
7 Mrs, Ellen Healey, 84
8 Mrs. Mary A Kennedy, 80
9 Rev. W. S. Howell, Carbonear, at Boyestown, N. B. 28.
10 Capt. Edward English, 76
12 Mrs. A. D. Arnaud, in London.
14 Mrs. Emily Paul, 80
15 John J Moore, 49
16 Mrs. Elizabeth O'Driscoll, Mobile
17 Frederick Donald Rose, 24
18 Mrs. (Lieut. Com.) Colvile, nee Withers, at Southsea, England
19 Ex-Constable Thomas McBay, 63
20 Mill Lillian Chown
21 Arthur Follett Paddon , at Toronto
22 John Burden, Carbonear.
23 John P. Collins. at New York, 71
24 Dennis Hollahan at Halifax, 61
25 Capt. Richard Drake, 78
26 Miss Ida O'Toole Presque, 22
27 Mrs. Theodore Peers, Heart's Content, at Sydney, N.S. 52
28 Mrs. Chesley Noseworthy, 23
29 Simeon Pidgeon, formerly of Burin, at Toronto, 80
1 James Roche, 81
2 Ena Bernardine Vinicombe, 10
4 Mrs. Maurice F. Power, Marystown.
6 Mrs. Patrick J Power, 38
7 Mrs. Elizabeth Foran
8 Hon. J. A. Cliff, K.C. , C. B. E. 66
10 Mrs. Mark W. Pike, Channel
11 Mrs. Mary O'Neill, 82
12 Mrs. Hector Ross
13 Mrs. Elizabeth Barnham
15 Miss Marie Thorburn, 17
16 Alexander McDougall, 75
17 Ex-Lieut. William Lloyd Woods, 32
18 Mrs. John B Wadland, 60
19 Ex-Pte. Edward Cummingham, 35
20 Sir Thomas Roddick at Montreal, 77
21 John B Mitchell, 68
22 Herbert Nicholas Renouf, 12
23 George Hierlihy, Bay Roberts, 30
24 Judge Oke, Harbour Grace, 65
25 Mrs. Richard Penny
26 Nicholas L Cousens, 73
27 R. L. Parsons, H. M. C. , Harbour Grace
28 Mrs. William LeCain, formerly of Brookfield, B. B. , at Halifax.
3 Mrs. Annie Marie Burke, Brigus, 78
4 Robert Vaters, Victoria, 23
5 Miss Stella Bemister, Carbonear, 85
6 Mrs. Elizabeth Rose, Western Bay, 84
8 Mrs. Bride Siteman, Carbonear
9 Mrs. Thomas Tobin
10 James Jacobs
11 Peter House, Pools Island (circ) 80
12 Alexander Noseworthy, 72
13 Henry Nelson Blatch, 70
14 John Snow, Halifax, 77
15 Mrs. George W Gushue, 77
16 George Hiscock, Hodge's Cove, T. B. suddenly aboard sealing Viking at the Gulf ice-fields
17 Mrs. Charles March at Cambridge, Mass. Regional Rowland Colbourne, Grand Falls
19 Miss Alice Barrett, Brigus
20 Mrs. Bridge Parker
21 Mrs. W. E. Ladley, at Detroit, Mich. , U.S.A.
22 Mrs. Johanna Hawco, 68
23 Nellie D Kean, 13
25 Levi Noseworthy, Pouch Cove, aboard S. S. Terra Nova at the ice-fields
26 Mrs. G. J. French, S.A. William J Ryall, 76
27 Matthew Kelly, Cabman, 50
28 Lawrence Daley, H. M. C. 72
31 Mrs. Margaret Broders, Torbay
1 Miss Margaret English
2 James Collins, Placentia, 86
3 David Coady, 70
4 Thomas Colbourne, Wild Bight, N. D. B. , 83
6 Mrs. Catherine Tobin, Witless Bay, 84
7 Mrs. Michael Darcey, Kilbride, 61
8 James Gushue, 54
9 Rev. Jens Jensen, Harbour Breton, at Tucson Arizona, 40
10 Mrs. Thomas B Hewardine, at Halifax
11 Dr. Neil McKendrick, Placentia, 70
14 Benjamin Calpin, 77 dropped dead at the Marine Slip, North Sydney
17 Thomas Fagan, 72
19 Seymour S. Stentaford, Heart's Content, 70
20 Mrs. Thomas Kennedy, 34
21 William French, Southside, Carbonear, in hospital at Gibraltar (date uncertain)
22 Mrs. William Knight
24 Miss Carrie Louise Lind, Grand Falls, 25
25 Mrs. Bridget Rogers, 64
26 Samuel Angel, 90
30 Henry Chafe, Petty Harbour, 65
1 Ex-Pte Cyril A Larner, Placentia, 31
2 Mrs. George Reid and Infant
6 Alan Findlater, 65
7 Mrs. Norah Nurse
8 Mrs. Agnes Mitchell, 82
9 Ex-Col. Knox-Niven at Alton, Hants, 46
10 William J Griffin
12 Mrs. John F. Chaplin
15 Miss Margaret Bambrick, 75
16 Joseph Keneally at Bristol, Conn.
17 Ex-Sapper Fred Benoit, St. George, at the Sanatorium, Kentville, N.S. 23
18 Mrs. Catherine Ebbs, 88
19 Mrs. J. M. (Rev. Dr. J. A. )Rogers, at Halifax, 78
20 Mark Escott, 36
22 Former Chief Warden Geoffrey Kelly, 85
23 Mrs.Bridget Coady. Mrs. Edward F Carter
24 Miss Theresa Byrne, 31
27 Mrs. Thomas Churchill, Carbonear, 74
28 Miss Muriel Earle, 17
29 Miss Elizabeth Lee, 74
30 Ex-Sergeant Joseph Symonds, 33
31 Stephen Durdle, New Melbourne at Sydney
1 Miss Edith Gertrude White, 21
2 John Pynn, South Side, 88
3 Mrs. Bridget Nickerson, 79
5 Emmanuel Kearly at North Sydney
9 Thomas Ryan
10 Edwin W Lyon, 75
11 Mrs. Bridget Jordan Donnelly
13 Mrs. Mary Waddleton
15 Mrs. Albert Dicks, Bell Island, 35
16 Patrick Brown, Bell Island
17 Bertram George Maunder, 20
18 Mrs. Johannah Brennan, 75
19 William J Ashley, 23
20 Robert M Grant, 64
23 Mary Moorey, nee Vinicome at Chicago
24 Dennis Fennessey Wabana, 74
26 John Dempsey, formerly of Riverhead, Harbour Grace, 83
27 Mrs. J. R Mullings
28 Ciceley Kelly, 93
30 Mrs. Alfred Butt, Carbonear
1 Mrs. Bridget Coady
4 Mrs. Fred J King
5 Miss Vera McCoubrey, at Glandale, Cal. , U. S. A. 17
7 George Freeman Gillingham, 49
8 E Allen Dowden
10 Miss May Matilda Barnes, Irish Town, Carbonear, 17
15 E. B. Colbourne, H. M. C. at Bishop Falls
16 George Forward, Carbonear, 70
18 Mrs. Amelia Collins, 84
19 Thomas Hammond 69
20 Mrs. Elizabeth Escott, 30
21 Mrs. Thomas Stamp at South Boston
22 Mrs. Emily Abbott
24 James Richardson, 75
26 Thomas Dewling, 81
27 William Whalen, Chapel's Cove, 77
28 Rev. Dr. Hugh Pedley, suddenly at Montreal
30 Mrs. John Power, Logy Bay.
4 David M Luscombe, 70
5 William John Oakley, 24
6 Mrs. Frances Kennedy at Cambridge, Mass.
7 George J Keough, 72
9 Mrs. Abigail Doyle, Carbonear, 76
10 William Davis, P. M. , Freshwater, B .D. V. , (circ. ) 72
12 Miss Rowena Penney, formerly of Carbonear, 86
13 Miss Nellie Jackman, 21
14 Miss Alice Druken 19
15 P. R. Keating, Harbour Main, 28
17 Alexander Roger, 74
19 Mrs. Susannah L Udell, Carbonear, 73
20 George E Butler, 21
21 William M Tracey
22 Mrs. Henry Sheppard, Point Leamington, 34
23 Paul Hynes, Placentia Junction, 78
24 Rev. Mother Patrick Walsh, Presentation Convent, Renews (circ) 70
25 John Kielly, Petty Harbour, 69
26 Miss Annie Way, Bonavista, at Carbonear, 17
28 James P Guy, Carbonear, 61
29 Elizabeth Hill Hughes.
30 Miss Kitty Devereaux, Ferryland, 36
31 Mrs. William Ring
1 Mrs. Susan Dean, Victoria
3 William Butt, Carbonear, 78
4 Mrs. James Croke, 58
5 Mrs. Johannah Samuelson
6 Mrs. Louisa Mews, 80
8 Richard V O'Brien, Topsail, 23
9 Mrs. Mary Walsh, 68
11 Mrs. Michael McLougian, 54
13 Johannah Conway. Bell Island, 53
15 Miss Elizabeth Strathie Watts
16 M. T. Flynn, Burin, at St. John, N.B. (Circ) 70
18 Mrs. Henry Coffin, 68
19 Arthur Wilson, 15
20 Earl Miller, 24
21 Rev. Roderick MacDonald at Antigonish, 76
22 Mrs. F. G. House
23 Mrs. Charles Marshall, Carbonear
24 Mrs. Archibald Harvey, 35
25 Mrs. James Battcock, 66
26 Samuel Snelgrove, 64
28 Miss Minnie O'Leary
29 James Francis Fitzgerald, 85
1 Francis Cooper, 80
2 Mrs. E Day (nee Mary Lockyer) at Toronto
4 Miss Janie Burke, Carbonear, 24
5 James Weir, 95
6 George Blundon, 58
7 Patrick Ronia, Placentia, 75
8 Mrs. Bridget Haggerty, 90
9 Miss Gertrude Delahunty, 19
11 E. J. Hoskins, Traffic Manager Nfld. Govt. Railway
12 Mrs Abram Matthews, Sibley's Cove, Trinity Bay, 29
13 Miss Margaret Smyth, 16
14 Mrs. Bernard Quinn, Carbonear
15 Joseph Morris, Trinity , 88
17 James H Moore, J. P. Heart's Content, 80
18 Miss Margaret Simms, 88
19 Dr. William Talbot, Scully, at Placentia, 52
21 Mrs. William Bowman, suddenly, at Bay Bulls.
23 Mrs. Mary L Pike (Rev. J. M. Pike) at Columbia, South Carolina
24 Robert W Penney, 95
25 Mrs. Mary J Ramsey
26 J Williams, H. M. C. , Bay Bulls
29 Edward Pottle, 34
30 Austin Collins, Placentia
31 Miss Florence Lench, Brigus, 23
2 James Battcock, 78
3 David Barrett, Bell Island
4 Mrs. Elizabeth Stevenson, Fox Harbour, 72
5 Mrs. James Normore, Bell Island
9 John Winter, Burin
10 Miss Mamie Kirby
11 Miss Margaret Bolin, 85
12 Mrs. M Moore, Torrington Cottage. Mrs. Janet Tizzard
13 Mrs. W. J. Siteman, formerly of Placentia at New York
14 Charles Roberts, formerly of Brigus at New York, 57
16 William J Churchill, 50
17 William Croswell Pearce, 47
18 Mrs. J Nunns
19 Miss Margaret Russell, 24
20 Frederick Martin, formerly of Harbour Grace, 78
22 William Pike, Carbonear.
23 Miss Mary Evangeline Howley, 16
25 James Anderson, Calvert, 77
26 Mrs. Moses LeDrew , Cupids, 65
27 Mrs. Elizabeth Duggan, 75
30 Nathan Sparkes, 55
1 Patrick Fitzgerald, Marystown suddenly whilst driving home to Burin, 60
2 John T Cummins, 39
3 Mrs. John (Leah) Squires
4 Thomas Cull, Caplin Cove, B. D. V. , 58
5 William Small, 86
6 Mrs. Elizabeth Murphy, 76
8 Mrs. (Rev. ) Henry Abraham, nee Julia Milligan, at Eastville, Illinois
12 Mrs. Elizabeth Green, Brigus, 73
13 Mrs. Ann Mahon
16 Thomas Aspell
17 Patrick McGrath, 48
19 Willie Keeping, English Harbour, 17
20 Mrs. Bridget O'Keefe. 88
21 Mrs. Ellen Evans
22 John Kelly, 84
24 Samuel Frelich
26 James M Laracy, 58
27 Miss Ellen Kearsey, 27
29 Richard Power, 8
Marriages of the Year
Dec. 20 Joseph Byrne and Miss Alice M Clatney, at New York
28 Hubert Pike and Miss Leonora Forward, Carbonear
1 Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. English
4 James Frederick Pike and Miss Margaret Powell, Carbonear
9 John S O'Flahery and Miss Christina Mcguire
14 John O'Neil and Miss Louisa Waddleton, Trepassey
15 Robert Nelson Hopkins, Heart's Content, and Miss Mary Ellen Sharpe, Blaketown
17 Joseph C Barbour and Miss Hettie May Gill, Newtown, B. B.
18 Silver Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Michael Carbage, Bell Island. John Younger and Miss Bertha M Young, Upper Island Cove.
21 Dr. O'Connell and Miss Bride Collins, Placentia.
23 Patrick J Vinicombe and Miss Bride Galway
24 Philip Walsh and Miss May O'Toole
25 Alfred H Le Vaillant and Miss Bessie M Taylor
31 William Collins, Placentia, and Miss Mary O'Neil, St. John's
1 Charles B Spencer and Miss Marian Phoebe Hewitt, Fortune
8 Frank M Ewing and Miss Rosa Belle Pynn
10 Robert Inkpen Hollett, Great Burin, and Miss Pearl Bowden Bradbury, Bay Roberts.
12 William P Meehan and Miss Gertrude O'Leary
14 Charles Best, Brookfield, B. B. and Miss Mabel Ridout, Middle Arm.
20 Capt. W. V. Warren and Miss Annie Beatrice Wright
26 William Brown, Brownsdale, and Miss Elsie Rowe, Whalen's Brook
28 Wallace John Richards, Heart's Content, and Miss Nina Marguerite Taylor, Carbonear.
6 Walter Wells and Miss Annie Soper, Bristol's Hope
10 Arthur A Bennett and Miss Sarah Spencer
24 Leslie W Waterman, Hartford Conn. , and Miss Elsie Harper Croucher, Point Verde, Placentia
1 Laurance Turner, Boston and Miss Kathryn Gosse, Dorchester, Mass, formerly of St. John's
8 Hugh Kearney and Miss Hettie Butler
11 Robert James Mercer and Miss Fannie Moore, Bay Roberts, at Glace Bay
12 George F Skinner, Twillingate, and Miss Alfreda Badcock, Bay Roberts.
18 Warren A Little and Miss Carrie Isabel Mifflen, Bonavista
25 Snowden L Mercer, Bay Roberts, and Miss Florence Whiteway, St. John's
30 R. W. Miller and Miss Ruth Adams.
15 Lloyd Weston Fowler, Topsail, and Miss Frances Victoria Rooney
16 Adjt. C Woodland, S. A. , and Capt. S. Shute, S.A.
23 Walter French and Miss Ada Hutchings, Bell Island.
26 J. H. Marshall, St. John's and Miss Bessie Pepper, Bay Roberts.
2 R Alan Edward and Miss Lily Wakely
5 Francis T Gushue and Miss Nellie Henley
6 Donald M Parsons and Miss Beatrice Chafe, at West Lynn, Mass.
10 Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Peckham.
11 Louis A O'Brien and Miss Mary Jones, Harbour Grace.
19 P Nagle, Tor's Cove, and Mrs. L. G. O'Driscoll, Bay Bulls
23 Frederick Gordon Bradley, Ll.B. , and Miss Ethel Louise Roper at Bonavista
25 John F McDonald and Miss Isabel M Larkin
26 James Henry Newell, Brigus and Miss Winnifred May Kennedy, Western Bay, at Manuels
27 William Gillis and Miss Hettie Marshall
28 Llewellyn Crane, St. John's and Hilda Pike, Freshwater, B. D. V.
30 Maxwell Eugene Young Heart's Content, and Miss Annie Dove Pike, Carbonear.
2 W. B. Walsh and Miss Mary O'Rourke at Somerville, Mass.
4 Capt. Heber Noseworthy, S. A. , and Capt. Mabel Barter, S.A.
5 David Moore and Miss Nellie Curran
6 Rex Oldford, Musgrave Town, and Miss Drusie Woolfrey, Lewisport
15 Patrick Parsley and Mrs. Mary Hunt at Avondale.
18 Albert Parsons, West Wabana, and Mrs. John Gover.
19 Eric Ellis and Miss Elsie Churchill
23 DIAMOND WEDDING (60TH) OF Hon. George and Mrs. Knowling,
29 Golden Wedding, William Ring and Miss Katie McGrath.
30 Max Rowsell and Miss Beatrice Stowe.
1 John Evans , Adams Cove, and Miss Ella Kennedy, Western Bay
4 Walter Butt and Miss May Taylor Bonne Bay, at North Sydney
6 William Power and Miss Elizabeth Kirby.
7 Rev. J. H. Leamon Salem, Mass., and Miss Clarice Phillips, at Steubenville, Ohio
18 Harvey B. Earle and Miss Hilda March of Carbonear, at Worcester, Mass.
21 Capt. Joseph Hewitt, S. A. , and Ensign May Frampton, S. A. , Grand Falls
22 Arthur Greenland and Miss Irene Cave, Bay Roberts
25 George Sparkes Day, Old Perlican, and Miss Jennie Mildred Murray, Adams Cove, at Chelsea, Mass.
28 Chesley Greening of "Ours" and Miss Lillan Bennett, Bell Island.
1 Robert E Evans and Miss Marguerite Bailey of Harbour Grace at Iberville, P.Q.
4 Norman Troop, Windsor, N. S. and Miss Ruth Bartlett Duncan, at Windsor.
5 Frank Bennett and Miss Nina Louise Crosbie
8 George Adams, Jr. and Miss Elsie Taylor at Topsail
10 Frank Cramm, Old Perlican, and Miss Ethel Clara Bishop, Western Bay, at Carbonear.
11 Frank J Devereaux and Miss Alice M Dee.
12 William A Bastow and Miss Winifred Reid
15 George Snow and Miss Ethel Barnes
19 John W Kent and Miss Clare Mullowney, at Witless Bay
20 Richard Trainer, Fermeuse, and Miss Winifred Horan, South Side, St. John's.
26 Daniel Clarence Pitcher Winterton, and Miss Avora May Hutchinson, at Canning, N. S.
29 Walter Edhund Carr, Robin, Manitoba, and Miss Nellie Pincock, Winnipeg, formerly of Newfoundland.
4 James S Ayre and Miss Ethel Manuel, at Valley Forge, Pa. , U.S.A
6 Gerald M Paddon and Miss Gertrude Mary Edens.
9 Norman Henry, Ballymena County Antrim and Miss Bertha Isabel Snow,
10 Dr. Walter S Parsons of Shanghai, China, and Miss Mary Isobel Hayward at Montreal
11 Charles Bejamin Scott, R. N. , Mount Pearl Wireless Station, and Miss Gwendolyn Currie Parsons.
20 Daniel Watts Macdonald Elkorn, Manitoba, and Miss Frances Gibb, at Humarock, Mass
22 Archibald R Hare, Louisburg, and Miss Theresa Matthew, Burgeo, at Whitney Pier.
24 Samuel McCarthy, Crockers Cove, and Miss Bride Kenneally, Carbonear
25 James Williams and Miss May Kennedy, Lance Cove, Bell Island.
31 Thomas Ryan, St. John's, and Miss Catherine Brennan, Cape Shore, Placentia Bay
2 Patrick O'Driscoll, St. John's and Miss Nora Fitzgerald, Fogo
3 Cyril Mare, St. John's and Miss Florrie Ford, Jackson Arm, White Bay
6 Joseph Harvey and Miss Maud Hutching, Bell Island
7 Walter Miles and Miss Olive Scaplen, at Victoria, B. C.
8 Ernest Sheppard, Harbour Grace, and Miss Annie Beatrice Smith, Spaniard's Bay
14 John L Stattery and Miss Hilda M Kelly
16 Arthur Coleman and Miss Margaret Coleman at Glace Bay
21 George Davey and Miss Florence Victoria Ebsary
22 Aloysius Greene, Point Verde, and Miss May Matelda Collins, S. E. Arm, Placentia
24 William Oliver Boutilier, Dartmouth, and Miss Margaret Mitchell, St. John's, at Halifax.
27 Golden Wedding, Dr. Newton Wright Hoyles, K. C. and Mrs. Hoyles, Toronto
28 Edwin G Arnott and Miss Ina Warren
29 Robert Butler, Bell Island, and Mrs. Margaret Mason, Avondale.
30 James Dalahunty and Miss Bessie Connors, Bell Island.
1 Rev. M. B. Way and Miss Margaret Vallis, Ramea
4 Robert Lingren, Alberta, and Miss Elsa Clarks of Victoria
5 James Pike and Miss Emma Parsons, Carbonear
12 Garfield Warren and Miss Helen Osbourne, Gooseberry Island
13 Maxwell Blandford and Miss Alice Cheeseman, Port au Bras
19 Otto Morrel Best and Miss Susan Brown, Tack's Beach, at St. John's
21 William Henry Ellis R.C.A. and Missing ----
22 Robert Coveyduck, Salmon Cove, Clark's Beach, and Miss Ethel Young, Carbonear.
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Transcribed by John Baird
Page Revised by Ivy F. Benoit (Thursday December 04, 2014)
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