The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 17 April 1900, p. 3:
News of the City - Thomas WASSON, of Toronto, referred to in a telegram yesterday, as having died from wounds received in an engagement in South Africa, is a Halifax boy, and a son of the late Thomas WASSON, who was one of the backers of the famous oarsman, George BROWN. The boat rowed to victory on many occasions by BROWN was named the "Thomas Wasson".
The Evening Mail, Friday, 23 February 1900:
The death is announced of Mrs. Catherine WELLS, at 828 Broadway, South Boston. The deceased was the widow of James WELLS, of this city, who died almost ten years ago. The remains of Mrs. WELLS will be brought to this city for internment. The deceased was seventy-two years old.
Mrs. John Wheaton Port Hawksbury, March 24 - Funeral services for the late Mrs. John Wheaton, of Point Tupper, were held on Thursday, March 19. Rev. Mr. Ewing of Mulgrave United Church, officiated. Interment was in the Lipsitt Lot, Brookside Cemetery. Mrs. Wheaton was the former Jane Embree, and was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Embree of Sunnyside. During her long illness she bore her infirmities with true Christian patience. She was cared for by her daughter, Miss Bessie, who resides at home and another daughter, Annie, of Sydney, who came home to assist in her care. The deceased was 67 years of age, and was a highly respected resident of Point Tupper and Sunnyside, where she resided the first part of her married life. She will be much missed in the home where she was a devoted wife and mother. Her husband and two daughters are the only survivors.
Source: The Evening Mail, 28 November 1906, p. 12.
Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County
Material Type: Obituary
The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 28 November 1906, p. 12: At East Jeddore, Leonard Ralph WHISTON, aged 23 years, passed away on November 8th. He was a son of the late Samuel WHISTON, of East Jeddore. He went to Fall River, Mass., about seven years ago and returned to the place of his birth in failing health a few months ago. The recuperation sought was denied and he joined the innumerable host of the world beyond. He leaves to mourn a widowed mother, Mrs. Samuel WHISTON, Fall River, Mass. and four brothers, namely, Samuel, Frank, and Bennett, East Jeddore, and Rupert, in Fall River, also six sisters, Mrs. Maggie RICHARDSON, Roxbury, Mass.; Mrs. Grace - B___FEE, Fall River, Cassie, Beatrice ____ and Helen C. at home ____ (rest of the page was torn off).
The Evening Mail, Monday, 8 February 1903, p. 4:
The death occurred yesterday at 3 Victoria Lane of Elizabeth F. WHITE, at the age of sixteen years. The remains will be taken to Herring Cove for internment.
And at p. 6:
The death is announced at the residence of her father, 3 Victoria Lane, of Elizabeth Florence, aged 16 years, 1 month and 25 days. Miss WHITE died after a lingering illness of consumption. The funeral will take place at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning and the internment will be at Herring Cove.
The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 11 February 1903, p. 12:
The funeral of Elizabeth Florence WHITE, aged 16, daughter of James and Mary WHITE, took place from her late residence, 14 Victoria lane, Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock. Internment was at Herring Cove. The deceased was a great favorite among her many acquaintances.
The Evening Mail, Friday, 11 May 1906, p. 10:
The death occurred yesterday at Woodside, of Catherine, wife of Richard WHITE. This news will be read with genuine regret by Mrs. WHITE'S many friends. She had been ill for some time, it being feared that her illness must have a fatal termination. She was 62 years of age, is survived by her husband and five children - Wilfred and Michael at Woodside; Mrs. G. P. YOUNG, and Stephen, at Lynn; and Mrs. Hardy McDONALD, of Dartmouth. Mrs. WHITE was beloved in every relation of life, and while she will be especially missed in the home circle, the sense of loss is by no means limited to them, for the circle of her friends was large.
White, Mrs. Sarah, of Dartmouth (c.1841-1901)
The Evening Mail, Saturday, 17 August 1901, p. 10:
Died - At her daughter's residence, 194 Pleasant street, (rear), August 16th, Mrs. Sarah WHITE, widow of James WHITE, in her sixtieth year. Funeral, Sunday, at 3 o'clock. (Boston and English papers please copy.)
WHITNEY, Katherine Anne - 40, Halls Harbour, Kings Co., died November 19, 1998, at home. Born in Halifax, she was the oldest daughter of Ervin and Norma (Thompson) Oikle, Belcher Street, Kings Co. She was formerly employed at the Bank of Nova Scotia and later as bookkeeper for Whitney Farms. She was a devoted and loving wife and mother. Surviving are her husband, Stephen Gerald; sons, Michael and wife Anna, Port Williams; Jason, at home; daughters, Julie and Sarah, both at home; granddaughter, Emma; brother, Stephen, Cambridge, Kings Co.; sisters, Michille (Mrs. Bill Whamond), North Alton; Sherre (Mrs. Kevin O'Brien), Dartmouth; grandparents, Aubrey and Helen Thompson, West Clifford; grandmother, Elfreda Fry, Blockhouse; several aunts and uncles. Memorial service was held November 22, 1998 in Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, Centreville, Kings Co., Mr. Blair Jess officiated. A private family burial was held at a later date. Memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society; the VON, Kings Branch or the Congregation of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah Witnesses, Centreville.
The Evening Mail, Saturday, 7 April 1900, p. 9:
Mrs. YORK, widow of Stephen YORK, died at her residence, Preston Road, yesterday, at the advanced age of 84 years. She was well-known in eastern Halifax leaving four sons and one daughter to mourn their loss.
The Evening Mail, Monday, 9 April 1900, p. 2:
The funeral of Mrs. Francis YORK took place this afternoon. The deceased is the last of the old members of a family well known in Dartmouth. The YORK homestead at the junction of the Woodlawn and Preston roads is one of the landmarks of that part of the country. The remains were interred in the Roman Catholic cemetery.
Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Victoria General Hospital (Halifax),Cow Bay (Halifax County)
Source: The Evening Mail, 18 June 1904, p. 15.
The Evening Mail, Saturday, 18 June 1904, p. 15:
John YORKE, a gardner, died in the Victoria General hospital last evening of pneumonia, aged 69 years, after an illness of ten days. He was a native of Cow Bay, but of late years, had boarded at 67 Kempt Road. The internment will take place at Cow Bay on Sunday.
The death occurred this morning at her residence, 81 Almon street, of Nancy, wife of Rufus YOUNG. Mrs. YOUNG was seventy-four years of age and her death was not unexpected. The body will be taken to Eastern Passage for internment.
Also on p. 10:
Died - On September 7th, Mrs. Nancy YOUNG, aged 74 years, wife of Rufus YOUNG. Funeral from her brother's residence, 23 Sullivan street, on Sunday at 2 o'clock sharp to Eastern Passage - Iowa and Boston papers please copy.