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A Collection of Newfoundland Announcements
From Various Nova Scotia Newspapers
Various Years

 

BERRIGAN, Daniel
The following was found in the Tewksbury Almshouse Inmate Case Histories, Vol. 61, 12/1892 to 4/1893, Tewksbury, MA., case 95662:
Berrigan, Daniel, 59
, came there from Woburn Mar. 13, 1893. 59, born in Halifax, N. S., single, tailor. To Maine 1859 and around there 1½ years. To Boston 1861 and there till 1868. Enlisted Navy and disc. 1871 exp. of service. Has been working in Boston and different towns throughout the state. Not naturalized. No taxes. Parents, Daniel and Margaret nee Whalen, born in Ireland. Father died in Halifax, N. S. and mother died in St. John's, N.F., never in U. S. Brother, James, 153 W. 63rd St., New York. Former inmate #86480. Discharged Mar. 24, 1893.


The following was found in the Tewksbury Almshouse Inmate Case Histories, Vol. 65, 1/1894 to 4/1894, Tewksbury, MA, case 99272: Welch, Martin, 30, came there from Tewksbury March 6, 1894. 31, born in Halifax, N. S. August 9, 1862, single, tinsmith. Landed in Boston Aug. 1891 and there since. Not naturalized. No poll. Ancestors born in Ireland and died in Nfld., never in U. S. No relatives. Friend, Edward Welch in St. John's, Nfld. No bagg. Discharged Apr. 3, 1894.


The Register
December 22, 1915
Casualties
.
13th Batt. – Killed in action: Geo. Pass, New Glasgow. Seriously ill: Kenneth W. Hutt, Milton, Queen’s County. Wounded: John F. Campbell, Glendyer Mills, C. B.; Sylvester Ives, Sydney Mines.
25th Batt. – Killed in action: Alfred Carriere, Montreal, Patrick Finn, Halifax: Died of wounds: Maurice Murray, Sandy Cove, Argentia, Nfld. Wounded: Corporal Albert Manley, Halifax.
Princess Patricias, Dangerously ill: Joseph Chifton, Annapolis.
Royal Canadian Regiment – Killed in action: Jno. Carroll, Halifax.


NEWFOUNDLAND CASUALITIES
Halifax, N.S., Friday, December 8, 1916
The Morning Chronicle

St John's, Nfld., Dec 6 - Latest casualities in the Newfoundland Regiment are: Privates Stanley Keeping, Rose Blanche; Jebez Tuff, Templeman, B.B.; Thomas Delaney, Placentia; John Ebbs Fleming St George Dulbanty, St John's, all killed in action November 20th. Lieut. Alexander Baird, St John's; Sergt. Joshia Goodyear, Glen Falls; Corpl. Arthur Carter, St John's; Privates Marwick Perry, Kelligrews; James Lyons, Avondale; Robert Stone, Smith Sound, T.B.; Herbert Voisey, St John's; Benjamin Rewars, Nipper's Harbor, N.D.; all wounded November 20th.


Plane Crash - 1943
Airplane crash on Valentine's Day (Feb. 14), 1943, near Dartmouth, N.S. William "Hector" Thompson was one of "4 men" who died that day and the crash site was not discovered until maybe a year and a half later.

More information - Hector Thompson was based in Gander, NF., in charge of land operation communications. Gander played two very important wartime roles. It was "The" major airport joining Europe to North America and most military traffic passed through it either coming or going and has continued in that capacity to this day.

During the war, Gander was also a busy base for the Atlantic patrol and it was from there that submarine patrols flew over the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The plane Hector was in was a Hudson bomber and today, a google search revealed it could be used for low level bombing (as low as 50 feet), which would make it ideal for submarine "search and destroy" missions.

On February 14, 1943, a navigational training flight took off from Torbay, Newfoundland (north of St. John's). The crew included Pilot Officer Thomas Watterson, from Manotick, Ontario (10 mi. south of Ottawa), Flight Sgt. Robert Rolfe of Huntingdon, Quebec, and W/O James R. Stick of St. John's, Newfoundland. There were three passengers: W. Hector Thompson, Madoc, Ontario, John Hook, Brockville, Ontario (his parents lived in Bridgeport, CT.), and a Lt. Snell of the U.S. Army. Hector was on his way to a convention in Halifax and planned to take leave to see his wife and three children in Ottawa after the conference. When the plane failed to land at the air force base airport in Dartmouth, they were reported missing and were later declared dead. Twenty-one months later, on November 6, 1944, the crash site with "6 skeletons" was discovered by a hunting party a mere 11 miles from the airport. With the exception of Lt. Snell, the others are listed on the website of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. http://www.cwgc.org/

John Hook and James Stick are buried in Mount Hermon Cemetery in Dartmouth. Robert Rolfe, Hector Thompson and Thomas Watterson were returned to their homes for burial (Watterson is buried near Manotick at Kars, Ontario).


ALLAN, John
Halifax, N.S.,
Tuesday, June 11, 1935
Halifax Daily Star
John Allan
, aged 71, died late last night at his home, 247 Creighton street. He was born in Newfoundland, and had lived in Halifax for many years. He is survived by his wife and family. The funeral will be held on Thursday morning with 9 o'clock Mass in St. Patrick's church. Interment will be in Mount Olivet cemetery.


BAKER, Miss Minnie
Saturday, February 1, 1941
The Halifax Mail    page 5

The death of Miss Minnie Baker occurred in hospital in Halifax last night. She was 57 years of age, and was a native of Holland's Harbour, Newfoundland. The funeral will be held from Snow's Mortuary Chapel, Monday morning in time for 9 o'clock Mass in St Mary's Cathedral. Interment will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery.


BENNETT, MISS ISABELLA
Halifax, N.S.,
Monday, February 4, 1935     The Halifax Mail

There passed away at the residence of her nephew, at 6 Edinburgh Street, Saturday, Miss Isabella Bennett, aged 61 years. The late Miss Bennet, formerly resided in Sydney and Newfoundland. She is survived by one brother in Carbonear, Newfoundland and several nieces and nephews. Gordon McKelvie of the above address with whom she made her home, was a nephew. Funeral service will be held from her late residence at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon with interment in St John's cemetery. (obit had Bennett & Bennet as shown)


BILLARD, Arthur
Monday, February 19, 1945
The Halifax Mail

The death took place at the Victoria General Hospital of Arthur Billard, 5 Clarence St. at the age of 71 yrs. Funeral service will be held from the home of his son, George Billard, 20 Grant St. Interment will be in Camp Hill Cemetery.

BILLARD, ARTHUR
Monday, February 19, 1945
The Halifax Mail
OBITUARY
Arthur Billard
, 5 Clarence Street, retired fisherman died in the Victoria General Hospital early Sunday morning after an illness of two months. He was 72. Born in Newfoundland, he lived most of his life in the Maritimes, and had been a resident of Halifax for the past 28 years. He formerly lived in Cape Breton and Souris, P.E.I. Mr Billard was a member of the Church of England. Surviving are his wife, five sons, Fred, serving overseas; Albert, with the Veterans' Guard, Quebec; Russell, Perce and George, Halifax. Also two brothers, Fred, Dartmouth and Martin, Cape Breton, and one sister residing in Cape Breton. Also 18 grandchildren. The funeral will be held from 20 Grant Street, Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with interment in Camp Hill Cemetery.


BISHOP, Eli
Wednesday, June 23, 1948
The Halifax Chronicle
Eli Bishop
of St. John's, Nfld., died yesterday afternoon at Camp Hill Hospital. He had not been in good health and was removed to hospital shortly before his death. During the Second World War, Mr Bishop served in the Royal Canadian Navy as a chief petty officer. Prior to his joining the navy he served in the merchant marine. He is survived by a son and several other relatives in St. John's. Funeral arrangements have not been completed.


BOUTILIER, Mrs Morton
Tuesday, Apr 22, 1975
Halifax Chronicle Herald
Mrs Morton Boutilier
, 72, died Saturday at Fairview Villa Nursing Home. Born in Flat Island, Placentia Bay, Nfld, she was the former Mary Anne Kenway, daughter of the late Charles and Susanna Kenway. She was predeceased by her first husband, Roy Noseworthy in 1932. Surviving besides her husband, Morton Boutilier, are one sister, Mrs Myra Higdon, St. John's, Nfld; two half-sisters Bell (Mrs Bert Foote), Black Duck Cove, Burin, Nfld; Maude, (Mrs Robie Lewis) Halifax; two sons, Lewis Noseworthy, Rockingham; Gerald Noseworthy, Spryfield; two daughters, Peggy (Mrs Hugh Bignell) Glen Margaret; Thelma (Mrs Ronald Dillman) Head of St Margaret's and 12 grandchildren. The body is at Halifax Funeral Home, 6270 Quimpool Road. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday, in the chapel. Interment will be in the Baptist cemetery Masons Point.


BOUTILIER - ROBERTS
Saturday, January 4, 1941
The Halifax Mail    page 8
A quiet wedding Thursday evening was that of Miss Dorothy Elizabeth Roberts, daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Roberts, Fortune Bay, Newfoundland and George Alexander Boutilier, son of Mr and Mrs George Henry Boutilier, Halifax. The ceremony took place at the home of Ven. Archedeacon T. W. Savory, Carleton Street at 7:30 o'clock. The bride was dressed in a floor length gown of robin egg blue and she wore a fawn velvet hat and carried a bouquet of cream roses.


BOUTILIER, Mrs. Thomas
Halifax, N.S.,
Saturday, March 29, 1975    The Chronicle-Herald
Boutilier, Mrs. Thomas, 80
, of Maple View Drive, North Sydney, died Thursday in Halifax. Born in Newfoundland, she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Russell. She was a member of Our Lady of Sorrows Parish. Surviving besides her husband, are a daughter, Corina (Mrs. Robert Haley), Sydney Mines; eight sons, Ernie, John, Eddie Doston and Roy, all of North Sydney; Vincent, Manitoba; Harold, George’s River; Eric, Sydney Mines; three sisters, Emma (Mrs. Robert Guthro), Bras d’Or; Claira (Mrs. Vincent Cormiero, Mrs Violet Sparks, both of Newfoundland; 38 grandchildren and 42 great-grandchildren. The body is in W. J. Dooley’s Funeral Home. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Monday in Our Lady of Sorrows Church. Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery.


BRIGLEY, Daisy Maude Marie, 74,
Halifax
Halifax, N.S., Monday, February 24, 1986
The Chronicle-Herald
Brigley, Daisy Maude Marie, 74
, Halifax, died Sunday in Halifax Infirmary. Born in Port Aux Basques, Nfld. She was a daughter of the late Capt. Thomas and Emily Scott. She had been a resident of North Sydney. She was active in community affairs in Halifax, associated with Oxford Street United Church, St. John's United Church, the Jost Mission and the IODE. She is survived by a son, Scott; three grandchildren, all of Halifax; a sister, Mrs. Olive Bragg, Florida. She was predeceased by her husband, well known architect Earl I. Brigley, and a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Ball, Lynn, Mass. The body has been cremated. Memorial service will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Oxford Street United Church, Rev. Robert Johnson officiating. Donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society


BROWN, Onslow
Thursday, December 15, 1939
The Halifax Chronicle

NORTH SYDNEY, Dec 12 - Onslow Brown, 54, Newfoundland born resident of this town died here today after a prolonged illness. He was born in Belleoram, on the west coast of Newfoundland and in 1910 he entered the postal service of the former dominion. He came here in 1926 as a member of the colony's postal department in North Sydney.


BRUSHETT, Bertha Malita
Thursday, January 2, 1997
The Halifax Mail-Star
BRUSHETT, Bertha Malita
-72, Cole Harbour, died December 31, 1996, in QEII Health Science Centre, V.G. Site. Born in Grand Falls, Nfld., she was a daughter of the late Stephen and Emma Thompson. Surviving are her husband, John; daughter, Susan Brushett-King and her husband, Roland, Cole Harbour; sons, John, Halifax; Gerry, Beaverbank; Gus, Cole Harbour; sisters, Gladys Kinney, Ontario; Hazel Pye, Alberta; grandchildren, Stuart, Kelly, Colin, David, Michele, Sean. Cremation has taken place. Family will receive visitors 7-9 p.m. today in Atlantic Funeral Home, 767 Main St., Dartmouth. A memorial service will be Friday at 10 a.m. in Pope John XXIII Church, Cole Harbour, Rev. Jim Richards officating. Burial to follow in Dartmouth Memorial Gardens. Donations may be made to Kidney Foundation of Canada, Nova Scotia branch.


CARTER (nee Spencer), Rita
Mrs. Cecil M. Carter
Halifax, N.S.,
Monday, May 10, 1976    The Chronicle-Herald
CARTER, Mrs. Cecil M.
, 57, of 5841 Russell Street, Halifax died Friday at home. Born in the Bay of Islands, Newfoundland, she was the former Rita Spencer, a daughter of of the late Arthur & Susanna (Young) Spencer. She was employed with the provincial attorney-general's department for several years. She was a member of St. Mark's Church. Surviving besides her husband; are a daughter, Barbara (Mrs. James Grant), Halifax; a son, Robert H., Comox, B.C.; four grandchildren; three sisters, Susan, Halifax; Bertha, Gore; Jeanne, Washington, D.C.; four brothers, Simeon, Mount Uniacke; Aubrey, Halifax; Albert, Bedford and Arthur, Clyde River. The body is at Cruikshank's Funeral Home where services will be held 10 a.m. Tuesday, Rev. Calvin Pretty officiating. Burial will be in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens.


CASSWELL, ELIZAH
Tuesday, October .. , 1933 [might be Oct 30?]
The Halifax Mail
WHALE OVERTURNS BOAT, BOY DROWNS
NFLD BAY SCENE of TRAGEDY

St John's, Nfld, Oct 23 -
Elizah Casswell, 16, was drowned in White Bay when a hugh whale overturned a small boat in which he and his brother Joseph were fishing near there home at Harbour Deep. The backwash set up when the whale broke surface captized the brothers boat and they were thrown together into the water. Joseph was rescued by the crew of a nearby boat, but search for his brother was unsuccessful.

Note received from Linda Elkins Schmitt 2008 - This is believed to be Elijah Cassell, son of James Cassell and Lavinia Anthony of Harbour Deep, White Bay, born August 1917.


COLLINS, E. E.
Friday, June 8, 1973
The [Halifax] Mail-Star
Eli Edward (Eddy) Collins
, 73 of 2360 Gottingen Street, Halifax died Thursday in Fairview Villa Nursing Home. Born in Burin, Nfld., he was a son of the late Eli and Janet Collins. Surviving are his wife, the former Jessie Collier of Burgeo, Nfld; a son, Claude, Halifax; two brothers, George, Halifax; Jack, Burin; a sister, Madeline (Mrs Alex Bungay) Halifax and two grandchildren. He was predeceased by 3 sisters, Winnie, Eliza and Clara. The body is at Cruikshank's Funeral Home, Halifax where funeral service will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. with Rev. Rod MacAulay officating. Burial will be in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens.


Death Record from the town of Weymouth, Massachusetts:
DELORY, William J.

Died: May 23, 1899 in Weymouth, Mass.
Age 1 yrs 2 mos 9 dys Res. Weymouth, Mass.
Condition: single
Cause: Measles, congestion of lungs
Father: Abraham Delorey - birthplace: Nova Scotia
Mother: Susan M. Woods - birthplace: St. John's, Newfoundland
Place of Burial: Weymouth, Mass.


DOBBIN, Mrs. Esther M.
Halifax, N.S.,
Wednesday, September 1, 1943
The Halifax Mail
Page 8, Column 6
Mrs Esther M. Dobbin
, wife of Bernard Dobbin, 871 Barrington Street passed away yesterday at her home. A native of Newfoundland, Mrs Dobbin was 65 years of age. She is survived by her husband, one son, Fred and one sister-in-law, Mrs Harry Antile of Spryfield. The funeral will take place from her home Thursday morning in time for 9 o'clock Mass at St Patrick's Church. Interment will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery.


DOOLEY, William
Tuesday, January 4, 1898
The Morning Chronicle
The Local News

DIED - At Halifax, Jan 2nd, of William Dooley, aged 25, a native of Carbonear, NFLD, leaving father and mother and four sisters to mourn their loss. Funeral from his uncle's residence 123 Cornwallis street Wednesday at 2.30 p.m.

DOOLEY INQUEST
Wednesday, Jan 5, 1898
The Morning Chronicle
Calls for an Inquest

Medical Examiner FINN Describes William Dooley's Wounds rather lengthy insertion

DOOLEY, Seaman William
Thursday, January 6, 1898
The Morning Chronicle
The Local News

The funeral of Seaman William Dooley, whose sad death has already been referred to, took place from the residence of his uncle, Cornwallis street, yesterday afternoon. The remains were taken to St Patrick's church and after services there were interred in Holy Cross cemetery. His late ship mates on board the steamer Cape Breton attended in a body. After the funeral they proceeded to the court and took in the proceedings till the hour of adjournment.

DOOLEY
Saturday, January 8, 1898
The Morning Chronicle

Looks Bad for Belfontain
Told Farmer Hensley That He struck Dooley
Manslaughter Examination Continued -
Detective Power Tells About Finding Blood in the Myett house and the Arrest of Prisoners. At end of this insertion, Court adjourned at 6 o'clock to resume this afternoon.


DOWDEN, Elihu
Monday, November 28, 1921
The Morning Chronicle [Halifax, N.S.]

The death occurred at his home, 246 Creighton Street late Saturday night of Elihu Dowden, proprietor of the Lorne Drug Store, corner Agricola and North Streets. Mr Dowden was born Sept 17th 1880 at Newfoundland and was the youngest son of the late George W. Dowden. He has been a well-known figure in the drug business of this city for the past twenty-five years, starting with the old firm of Brown Bros., and later for a number of years having charge of A. A. Thomsons Drug Store at the corner of Agricola and Almon Streets, and on Easter of the present year started out in business for himself with every prospect of a bright business future. It was just two weeks ago that Mrs Dowden, who was in Truro, attending the funeral of her grandfather, received a call home as Mr Dowden had taken sick and on hurrying home found that her husband was confined to the house with an attack of pneumonia. The deepest sympathy is extended to his wife and members of his family. Besides his wife Maud Effie, he is survived by two sisters, Annie, now of Halifax and Mrs H. Briffett of Rosedale, Newfoundland and Chas. F. of this city. Mr Dowden was one of the charter members of the Progressive Club of the North End and always took an active part in all movements of the club. He was also Vice-President of the Brotherhood Class of the Baptist Temple and will be greatly missed by these two organizations. The funeral service will be held at his home at 2:30 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon and will leave the house at 3 o'clock.


DUNLOP
www.rootsweb.com/~nscpbret/cem49.html
Greenwood Cemetery - Big Baddeck, Victoria, NS

James Gerald Dunlop
Born St John's Nfld 25 Nov 1855
died at Baddeck 25 Oct 1914
[side]
Their son Graham Bell Dunlop
28 Feb 1926 age 33 yrs
[side]
David Dunlop   23 Sept 1916   age 61 yrs
Wife Isabelle   4 Oct 1925   age 65 yrs
[side]
Their son David Alexander
17 Aug 1888 - 4 April 1909


GARLAND, Selby
Digby Courier (Nova Scotia) June 17 1932
Selby GARLAND
died suddenly at Berwick on Sunday morning 12 Jun 1932 aged 57 years. He was a native of Harbour Grace, NFLD and came to Digby about nine years ago. He was a cooper and was in the employ of HT Warne.  He died while on a visit to his son Herbert in Berwick. Besides his Widow he leaves twelve children, Mrs Florence HOWELL in Georgia; Mrs Stella MOIR in Dartmouth, William of Digby; Herbert of Berwick, Violet of  Carbonear, NFLD; George of Digby, John of Harbour Grace NFLD; Margaret in Georgia; Ralph in Boston; Helen in Digby; Eric in Digby; Kathleen in Dartmouth. The funeral took place on Tuesday 14 Jun 1932 in Digby. Interment was in the Church of England Cemetery, Digby.


GILLARD, Mrs Marion
Tuesday, April 30, 1935
The Halifax Daily Star

There passed away in her home at 32 North street last night, Mrs Marion, wife of Douglas Gillard at the age of 43 years. In addition to her husband, she is survived by seven children Marion, Gertrude, Harold, Norman, Florence, Murray and Rita; also two sisters, Mrs McNeil, Montreal and Beatrice Candow of Newfoundland of which Mrs Gillard was a native and two brothers, Frank and Fred Candow of Newfoundland. The funeral will take place at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from her late residence with Rev. George Gardiner officating. Interment will be in Camp Hill cemetery.

GILLARD, Marion
Halifax, N.S.,
Tuesday, April 30, 1935
The Halifax Daily Star

The death occurred last night at her home of Mrs Marion Gillard wife of Douglas Gillard, 32 North Street. The deceased was 43 years of age and in addition to her husband is survived by seven children. She was a native of Newfoundland. The funeral will take place at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from 32 North street with Rev. George Gardiner officating. Interment will be in Camp Hill Cemetery.


GILLINGHAM, Mrs. Lucy
Saturday, August 5, 1939
The Halifax Mail

The death occurred yesterday of Mrs Lucy Gillingham at Chester Basin. She was the widow of John Gillingham. Mrs Gillingham was formerly a resident of Halifax, but for some time had resided with her daughter, Mrs S. Eisener, Chester Basin. She was a native of Red Bay, Labrador. A woman of sterling qualities. Mrs Gillingham was a member of the United Church and beloved by all who knew her. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs D. Eisener, Chester Basin, Mrs Embree, Poughkeepsie, New York and one son, Herbert, Halifax. The funeral will take place this afternoon from Snow's Mortuary Chapel with service at 2.30 o'clock. Rev. W. B. Bezanson, Chester Basin will officate. Interment will be in Christ Church Cemetery, Dartmouth.
- Chester Basin, is in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia


GLEN MARGARET
Halifax, N.S.,
Friday, July 28, 1944    The Halifax Mail
Glen Margaret, July 28
- - partial - Captain Thomas Rose, Rose Blanche, Nfld., Leading Wren Jean Pearson, of Montreal, Quebec, Mr and Mrs George Faulkner and daughter, Miss Marion Faulkner of Halifax visited Mr and Mrs E. Mahar during the weekend. Mrs Arthur Church is spending two weeks at the same home.


GOSS, William
Monday, March 22, 1943   The Halifax Mail
William Goss
, passed away in the Victoria General Hospital on Saturday, March 20 following a short illness. Born in Newfoundland, he had resided in Halifax for the past 50 years. His wife Sarah predeceased him in 1936. The remains are resting at Snow's Mortuary Chapel. The funeral will take place Monday afternoon, at 2 o'clock with Rev. Frisby Smith officating. Interment will be at Fairview Cemetery.


GROVES, Gunner George
from the book...it was a wireless station during the WW1
"This Was Barrington" by Hattie A. Perry
Page 40, last para, & continues on top of page 41

While the establishment was in operation, one tragic incident claimed the life 0f 21-year old Gunner George Groves a native of Newfoundland who, on June 3, 1916, was accidently shot by his closest friend. He was buried in Hillside Cemetery at Brass Hill. Hillside Cemetery, location is in Shelburne County, N.S.


HATCHER, James, 98,
Guysborough, N.S.,
Thursday, July 7, 1994     The Guysborough Journal
OBITUARIES, Page 30
HATCHER, James, 98
, L.R. MacKaracher Nursing Home, Sherbrooke, formerly of Liscomb, Guysborough County, died June 11, 1994, in the home. Born in Rose Blanche, Nfld., he was the last surviving member of his immediate family. After serving during the First World War, he was employed by Imperial Oil as a merchant seaman for many years. He also owned and operated a general store in Neil's Harbour, Cape Breton, and later in Liscomb until his retirement. He donated the Hatcher Memorial Bus to the L.R. MacKaracher Nursing Home after becoming a resident there. He is survived by several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Minnie MacKinley. Funeral was held in St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, Sherbrooke, Rev. James Oliver officating. Burial was in St. Paul's cemetery, Stillwater.


HELSBY
Monday, October 7, 1935
The Halifax Daily Star
Page 14
Douglas Helsby Weds In Montreal

A pretty wedding was solemnized in Montreal on Saturday when Miss Muriel Madeline Delgado, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Andrew Delgado, of Newfoundland, became the bride of Douglas Helsby, son of Mr and Mrs E. Curzon Helsby, of Montreal. The bride was given in marriage by her brother-in-law, C. Ashley Hibbard, and a reception was held at Mrs Hibbard's residence following the ceremony. The ceremony was attended by Mr and Mrs Melvin S. Clarke, and M. Clarke of Halifax. Mr Helsby, a former resident of Halifax, is well known throught the city and will carry with him the good wishes of a large number of friends.


HOAR, Mrs. John Arthur
Halifax, N.S.,
Tuesday, April 30, 1935
The Halifax Daily Star

At her home 520 Robie street, suddenly last evening. Mrs John Arthur Hoar, sixty-two years of age, leaving to mourn a husband, three children and two sisters. Funeral notice later.


HOOD, M. Laura
Friday, March 19, 1943   The Halifax Mail
M. Laura Hood
Friends in Halifax of S.B.P.O. Albert and Mrs Albert Hood of this city will be sorry to learn of the death of their daughter, M. Laura Belle, 3½ years of age, which occurred suddenly last Friday at the General Hospital, St John's, Newfoundland.


HOPE
Halifax, N.S.,
Tuesday, April 30, 1935
The Halifax Daily Star

BIRTHS - HOPE - At the Halifax Infirmary on Saturday, April 27, to Mr and Mrs H.E. Hope, 85 Wellington Barracks, a son.


INGRAM, Gary
Gary Ingram, 43, Martin's Point
, quietly passed away on January 22, 1999 at home, surrounded by his family. Gary was born in Halifax, but lived most of his life in Newfoundland. He moved to Nova Scotia in 1988. He was the son of Pearl Ingram and the late Garfield Ingram, Burgeo, Newfoundland. He had been employed at Reinforced Plastics Systems, Mahone Bay. Gary is survived by his wife, the former Gail Swinamer, Martin's Point; daughters Vicki Ingram, Martin's Point; Denise (Mrs. Dominic Calamari), Kissimmee, Fla.; Ellen Barkhouse, Bridgewater; and son Aaron Barkhouse, Martin's Point; sisters Ruth (Mrs. Cyril Warren), Marion (Mrs. George Porter), Gail (Mrs. Rick Warren), all of Burgeo; Linda Ingram and Elizabeth (Mrs. Bill Forsberg), both of Grand Prairie, Alberta; brothers Albert and Raymond, all of Burgeo; several nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Memorial service was held Monday, January 25, 1999, 2 p.m. in St. Mark's Anglican Church, Martin's Point, Rev. Michael Mitchell officiating. Burial of ashes was in Western Shore Cemetery, Western Shore.

CARD OF THANKS: The family of the late Gary Ingram would like to express our sincere thanks to our family and friends for their much appreciated kindness and support during our loss. Thanks to all who brought food, sent memorial donations, came to visit, and for the many, many sympathy cards received. Special thanks to Rev. Michael Mitchell, the Palliative Care Unit, Lunenburg, and the doctors and nurses at the emergency room of the Fishermen's Memorial Hospital for taking such good care of Gary. Gail, Vicki, Denise, Ellen and Aaron
Contributed by George Newbury & transcribed by K. D. (Ken) Hubley


JOHNS. William J.
Halifax, N.S.,
Tuesday, April 30, 1935
The Halifax Daily Star

Suddenly at Musquodoboit Harbor, Apr. 29, William J. Johns, aged 65 years and 7 months. Funeral from St. Thomas Anglican Church, Musquodoboit Harbor, on Wednesday, May 1st, at 2:30 p.m. No flowers by request.


JOHNSON, Anne (Taylor)
The Pictou Advocate, Wednesday, February 24, 1988
Obituary of Mrs Willis Johnson
, 74, of Union Street, Westville, died Monday, Feb. 22 in Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow. Born in Westville, she was the former Anne Taylor, a daughter of the late Alexander and Sarah (Roberts) Taylor. She was a member of St. Paul's United Church, Westville. She is survived by her husband, Willis; six sons, Robert, Brandon, Man.; John, David and William, all of Westville; Willis, CFB Shilo, Man.; Gregory, Springville, Pictou County; two sisters, Gladys (Mrs John MacLean), Boston; Josephine (Mrs John Penny), Antigonish; 13 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by three sisters, Glen, Elizabeth and Dorothy; two brothers, Ephriam and James. Funeral arrangements were incomplete.

Transcriber's note: Anne Taylor Johnson was the daughter of Sarah Beatrice Roberts and Alexander Taylor. Sarah Beatrice was born on Cobbler's Island, Bonavista North in 1880 to James and Mary Roberts. She married Alexander Taylor in 1903 at Granton, NS and died in Westville in 1927.
(Contributed by Linda Elkins Schmitt)


JOHNSON, Otto A.
b. Mar 3, 1925 Corner Brook, Nfld
d. June 9, 1944 at Halifax, NS
Beloved son of Marion & Olaf Gustaf Johnson
One Precious To Our Hearts
Has Gone
The Voice We Loved
Is Still


KENDALL, Mrs Bertha (Hubert)
Thursday, December 8, 1949
The Halifax Mail-Star

The death occurred in Ramea, Newfoundland on Tuesday of Bertha Kendall, wife of Hubert Kendall. Mrs Kendall was former Bertha Walters, was born in Fox Roost, Nfld., on October 7, 1878 and resided in Newfoundland her entire life. Her husband is a retired fisherman. Surviving to mourn their loss are four daughters, Mrs E. W. Talte, Ramea; Mrs Elizabeth Walters, Fox Roost, Nfld; Mrs Gladys Osborne, Port-aux-Basques; and Mrs Jane Vatcher, Cowie Hill, Halifax. Also surviving are two sons, John of Newfoundland and George, of 46 Bloomfield St., Halifax. Burial will take place in Ramea today.


Keough James: born Newfoundland, Nov.10/1890, son of Richard and Bridget Hollins (both born Brigis, NF) died Jan.15/1966


MAHER, Paulette Mary
Friday, October 7, 1968
The Halifax Mail-Star
MAHER, Paulette Mary
, passed away at the Children's Hospital, Halifax, October 5, 1966. She was formerly of Corner Brook, Newfoundland. Remains were transfered from R. D. Lindsay Funeral Home, 6552 Bayers Rd., Halifax to Max Fillatre's Funeral Home in Corner Brook, Newfoundland for burial.


Mahone Bay, N.S., Thursday, April 18, 1935 The South Shore Record
page 2
Lunenburg
- At the Pine Hill Convention held in Halifax, Dr. C.E. Crowell of Amherst, Rev. J.H.A. Anderson, Middle Musquodoboit, Rev. A. V. Morash, Fredericton and Rev. Charles House, Carbonear, received degrees of Doctor of Divinity. Rev. Morash is a native of Lunenburg and Dr. Crowell was pastor of Central United Church some years ago.


MATTHEWS, JOHN CYRIL
Tuesday, September 29, 1992
The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Page: C3
MATTHEWS, John Cyril
- 87, Halifax, died September 28, 1992, in Victoria General Hospital. Born in Bonne Bay, Nfld., he was a son of the late John and Mary Julia (Simmons) Matthews. He worked as a seaman and rigger retiring from Halifax Shipyards after 30 years service. He is survived by a niece; two nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Doris Zinck; an infant sister; two brothers, Wallace, James. The body has been cremated. The family will receive visitors 7-9 p.m. Wednesday in Atlantic Funeral Home, Bayers Road, Halifax, where a memorial service will be 11 a.m. Thursday, Rev. Leslie Robertson officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Lower Sackville. Donations may be made to any charity.


McKENZIE - PENNY - wed 1898
Thursday, January 6, 1898
The Halifax Morning Chronicle
MARRIED

At the Brunswick street church parsonage, Halifax, by the Rev. D. Heartz, on the 5th inst. Mr James C. McKenzie, of Malpeque, P.E.I. and Miss Susannah Penny of Halifax, formerly of Newfoundland.


MEADE, Augustus
Friday, June 8, 1973
The Halifax Chronicle Herald
MEADE, Augustus
, 62, 3535 Gottingen Street, Halifax, died Thursday at home. Born Burnt Islands, Nfld, he was the son of the late Jermiah and Eva (Keeping) Meade. He was a longshoreman for more than thirty years. He is survived by his wife, the former Irene Collier; two daughters, Edna (Mrs Heber Elliott) Dark Cove, Nfld.; Ruth, (Mrs Francis LeBlanc) Halifax; two sons, Ralph, Dartmouth and Carl, Halifax; two brothers, George, Jeddore and John, Halifax, and 10 grandchildren. The body is at Cruikshank's Funeral Home, Robie St. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. from St Margaret's of Scotland Church, Rev. W. Moore officating. Interment will be in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Donations may be made to the church fund.


MOSHER
Halifax, N.S.,
Tuesday, April 30, 1935
The Halifax Daily Star
CARD OF THANKS

Mr and Mrs Cyril Mosher and family wish to thank those who sympathized with them in their recent sad bereavement. Also the nurses and doctors at the hospital.


NORTHCOTT
Thursday, May 29, 1947
     from a Halifax, N.S. newspaper
SHAD BAY, May 29 - 1st para
Miss Marjorie Northcott, Newfoundland, is visiting her sister, Mrs John Collier and Mrs Patrick Coolen.


OLIVER, Joseph
Halifax, N.S.,
Thursday, May 10, 1985     The Mail-Star
NEW WATERFORD - Joseph Oliver, 68
, of 345 Arthur St., New Waterford, died Wednesday in New Waterford Hospital. Born in Gull Island, Northern Bay, Nfld., he was a son of the late James and Agnes (Doyle) Oliver. He was a resident of New Waterford most of his life, having moved to the community at the age of five. He was a member of Mount Carmel Parish. He was a veteran of the Second World War, and served four years overseas. He worked for Dominion Coal Co. and in later years, was a carpenter until he retired in 1970. Surviving are his wife, the former Dorothy Gale; four sons, Rev. James Oliver, North Sydney; Gordon and Charles, both of New Waterford; RCMP Cst. Raymond Oliver, Grand Falls, Nfld.; four daughters, Rita (Mrs Rick Hanes), Gail and Catherine, all of New Waterford; Diane (Mrs Frank Bates), Glace Bay; two brothers, Robert, New Waterford; Leo, Toronto; two sisters, Jane Marsh and Mary, both of New Waterford; nine grandchildren. He was predeceased by two brothers, Austin and Lennis; two sisters, Annie and Theresa; an infant daughter and son. The body is in V.J. McGillivary Funeral Home, New Waterford. Funeral service will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Mount Carmel Parish, Rev. James Oliver officating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Nova Scotia Heart Foundation.


PAYNE, Gerald
The Bridgewater Bulletin

The death occurred at Chester on March 1st, following a lingering illness, of Gerald ("Jerry") Payne, a native of Newfoundland, but who resided for the past twelve years at Chester. He is survived by his wife, formerly Nellie Barkhouse, of Chester, and seven children, the oldest being about 15 years of age.


PERRY, George
Halifax, N.S.,
Thursday, March 2, 1972    The Mail-Star
NORTH SYDNEY - George Perry, 81
, of 17 High Street, North Sydney, a retired coal miner, died Tuesday in Stella Maris residence. He was the son of the late Mr and Mrs Noah Perry of Conception Bay, Nfld., and had lived in North Sydney for the past 65 years. He was a member of St. Matthew Wesley United Church. He is survived by two sons, Archie, Malden, Mass.; William, North Sydney; nine grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. The body is at the W.J. Dooley Funeral Home, North Sydney. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.


POOLE, Herbert Rose
Wednesday, December 17, 1980
The Halifax Chronicle Herald
Herbert Rose Poole
, 79, of Halifax, died Tuesday in the Victoria General Hospital. Born in Belleoram, Nfld., he was the son of Thomas and the late May Jane (Rose) Poole. He was a member of St. George's Church, and was employed by National Sea Products and Wire Rope Industries Ltd. Surviving are his wife, the former Lucy Gould; a daughter, Anne (Mrs. Albert Isaacs), Aptos, California; a son, Herbert, Lower Sackville; and three grandchildren. He was predeceased by a brother and three sisters. The body is in Snow's Funeral Home in Halifax, where funeral service will be Thursday at 2 pm, with burial at St. John's Cemetery. Donations may be made to Cancer Fund or the charity of your choice.


PROUDE, Mrs. Susan Mary
Halifax, N.S., Sunday, September 14, 1969
The Mail-Star
Mrs Susan Mary Proude, 53
, died Saturday in the Halifax Civic Hospital. She lived at 2735 Fuller Terrace. Born in Grand Falls, Newfoundland, she was the daughter of Mrs Mary (Keough) Melvin and the late Alex Melvin. She is survived by her husband Bernard; two sons, Michael and Gregory of Halifax; two daughters, Linda at home, and Barbara (Mrs Douglas Letriard), Toronto; six brothers, Michael, William, James and Ronald, Halifax, Herbert and Albert, Dartmouth; one sister, Agnes (Mrs Earl Chase), Spryfield; and four grandchildren. The body is at J. Albert Walker Funeral Home, Herring Cove Road. Funeral service will be on Tuesday at 9 a.m. mass in St Agnes Church, Chebucto Road. Interment in Gate of Heaven Cemetery.


PYKE, James J.
I have no month/day except it was in the Halifax newspaper 1937

NORTH SYDNEY, May 10 - James J. Pyke, aged 59 years, died at his home after a comparatively short illness. He came to North Sydney from St. Lawrence, Newfoundland. Besides his wife he is survived by five daughters, Mrs George Crews, Mrs Edward Skinner, in town; Mrs J. Pyke, St. Lawrence, Nfld., Emma in St. John’s and Martha in California, two sons Willard and Henry, who reside in town.


ROBERTS
Halifax, N.S.,
Wednesday, November 4, 1908    The Evening Mail
Captain Washed Overboard and Drowned

Sydney, November 4 - The schooner Lorna Dooner, owned by Dr. Grenfell, Labrador missionary, arrived at North Sydney today minus her captain who was washed overboard Sunday afternoon. Captain Roberts was standing talking to the helmsman when a huge sea broke over the vessel, carrying everything moveable in its wake. The Lorna Dooner was bound from Boston with a cargo of supplies for Dr Grenfell's mission at St Anthony's. Captain Roberts was a native of Twillingate, NFLD.


SHAW, George Thomas - 75
Dartmouth
Wednesday 20 April 1994
The [Halifax] Chronicle-Herald

died April 19, 1994 in Dartmouth General Hospital. Born in Newfoundland, he was the son of the late Joseph T and Jane L (McCachrane) Shaw. He is survived by his wife, the former Bertha Munroe; five daughters; Sandra Landry, Vera Connolly, both of Lower Sackville; Darlene Findlay, Susan Shaw, Jane Shaw, all of Dartmouth; six sons, David, Hatchett Lake, Thomas, Stephen, Gregory, Bruce, all of Dartmouth; Gary Eastern Passage; two brothers, Wilburn, Spryfield; Eric, Ontario; sister, Belle, Manitoba; 19 granchildren; 9 great-grandchildren. He was prdeased by a daughter, Gail; step-brother Charles; two brothers, Winfield, Kenneth; sister Martha. A graveside service will be 11am Thursday in Emmanuel Cemetery, Sussex St. Spryfield. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society.


SNOW, Abraham
Monday, March 25, 1963
The Halifax Mail-Star

SYDNEY MINES - Abraham Snow, 82 of Sydney Mines, died Saturday at St Elizabeth Hospital, North Sydney. Native of Newfoundland, he had resided here 50 years. He was a member of the Salvation Army and an envoy of the local corps. Surviving are his wife; six daughters, Mrs Charles Baugild, Halifax; Mrs James Saunders, St John's, Nfld.; Mrs Charles Lynch, Montreal; Mrs Joseph Beddrow, New Brunswick; Mrs Tom Appleby, Saint John, N.B.; Mrs Edgar Druy, Toronto; three sons, Vernon, Clarence, United States; Edwin at home; a sister, Mrs Jessie Bradbury, Newfoundland. The remains are at the Fillmore and Whitman Funeral Home, Sydney Mines. The funeral will be Wednesday with services at the Salvation Army Citadel at 2.30 p.m. Interment will be at Brookside Cemetery.


SPRAGUE, Junia D.
Zion United West Cemetery
Payzant Street
Liverpool, Nova Scotia
SPRAGUE, Junia D.
Jun 20, 1845 Brigus, Nfld - Aug 23, 1900 Liverpool


STEVENSON - COOKE
03-20-1943
Agnes Stevenson
, daughter of Mr. Williams Stevenson of Corner Brook Newfoundland, married Sergeant Clive W. H. Cooke, RCAF, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cooke of Rockburn Québec. At the United Church Manse, in Curling Newfoundland.


TULK - SPURR
Friday, March 1, 1940    The Halifax Chronicle, Halifax, N.S.
ENGAGEMENT

The Rev. Cannon and Mrs. E. B. Spurr, Liverpool, Nova Scotia, announce the engagement of their daughter, Helen Campbell, now in General Medical Practice in Henley, Stoke-on-Trent, to Doctor George Davey Tulk, son of the Rev. A. T. Tulk, R. D. Rector of Portugal Cove, Newfoundland and of Mrs. Tulk. The marriage to take place on April 20th at St. Paneras Church, Chichester, England. Doctor Tulk is on the Medical Staff of the Royal Infirmary, Staffordshire, England.


WALSH, Edward
Tuesday, December 6, 1949
The Halifax Mail-Star

GLACE BAY, Dec 5 - Edward Walsh widely known New Aberdeen resident died following a heart attack while at work in the engineering department of Dominion Coal Company No. 2 Colliery yesterday. The 70-year-old native of Newfoundland had resided here for 50 years. Surviving are his wife, seven daughters, Mrs John McMillan, Sydney; Mrs Earl Doucette, Halifax; Mrs Charles Doucette, Inverness; Mrs William Court, Galt, Ont; Rev. Sister Grace, Sisters of Service, Toronto; Harriet and Elizabeth at home; three sons, George, a teacher at Little Bras d'Or; Michael, Galt, Ont., and Pte. Joseph Walsh with the Service Corp in Fredericton. Mickey Walsh, Glace Bay is a brother. Another brother, W. J. Walsh a former Minister of Canada in Newfoundland, died last year. Two sisters also survive.

 

 

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