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Contributor: Barb Wells Henderson

ContributorEmail: HENDE262@aol.com

Source: MONCTON TIMES & TRANSCRIPT, Moncton, NB. Monday, September 22, 1997

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--New Brunswick--Westmorland County

Date: 04/13/98


Mrs. Leta Audrey Bell of Elmwood Dr., Moncton, passed away at the Dr. Georges-L. Dumont Hospital on Sunday September 21, 1997 after a lengthy illness. Born on August 8, 1922 in Little River, NB, she was the daughter of the late William Guy Geldart and Fannie Louise Oulton. Mrs. Bell was an employee of Marvins Biscuits until 1960, after which she was a homemaker. She attended Mountain View United Church. She is survived by her husband, James P. Bell; one son, James D. Bell (Angela) of Moncton; one grandson, Stephen James Bell of Moncton; two brothers, Eric Geldart of Moncton, Holly Geldart of Little River; one half brother Don Geldart of Florida as well as several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Bell was predeceased by four sisters, Erma Geldart, Maitland Geldart, Ann Hopper and Mary Alcorn and by four brothers, Reg, Arden Will and Clifford [Geldart]. By request there will not be any visiting hours prior to the funeral service. Funeral service will be held at Fair Haven Funeral Home (852-3530) 1177 Salisbury Rd., Moncton on Tuesday, September 23, 1997 at 2 p.m. with Rev. Holly Edsall officiating. Interment in Fairhaven Memorial Gardens. Donation to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.
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Benere, Mrs. Isabel, formerly of Enfield (c.1827-1902)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 11 January 1902, p. 16.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Hants County,Enfield (Hants County),Massachusetts (U.S.A.)

Date: 07/02/98


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 11 January 1902, p. 16:
Died - January 7, at West Acton, Mass., Mrs. Isabel BENERIE, widow of Donatus BENERIE, aged seventy-five. The remains will be taken to Enfield.

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Bigelow, Noah Allan (1998 - 1998)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Susan Reeves

ContributorEmail: dreeves@telusplanet.net

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Kings County

Source: Berwick Register Dec. 1998

Ed. Notes:

Date: 01/16/99


BIGELOW, Noah Allan - 4 months, Gospel Woods Road, East Halls Harbour, Kings Co., died December 11, 1998, at home. Born in Kentville, he was a son of Tim Gigelow Jr. and Kara Lee (Watson) Bigelow. Surviving are brother, Brandon, at home; maternal grandparents, Colin and Patricia Watson, East Halls Harbour; paternal grandparents, Tim and Christine Bigelow, Woodville, Kings Co.; maternal great-grandparents, James and Carrie Watson, East Halls Harbour; paternal great-grandmothers, Mrs. Dorothy Bond, Lakeville, Kings Co.; Mrs. Joyce Bigelow, Lakeville. Funeral was held December 13, 1998 in W.C. Hiltz Funeral Parlour, Kentville, Rev. Elias Mutale and Rev. Gail Whalen-Dunn officiated. Burial in Elm Grove Cemetery. Donations to the pediatric unit of Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville, or to the IWK Grace Foundation.

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Binskin, Frederick H., formerly of England (c.1883-1907)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

Date: 02/22/99

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 21 October 1907, p. 6.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County

Material Type: Obituary


The Evening Mail, Monday, 21 October 1907, p. 6, col. 1:
The death occurred on Saturday evening at the military hospital of Frederick Harry BINSKIN, a bombardier in the Royal Canadian Artillery. Bombadier BINSKIN, who was 24 years and six months of age, and unmarried, died after a short illness of appendicitis. He was an Englishman, and in deference to his wish expressed during his illness, his body will be taken to England for internment. He was very popular with his fellows of the regiment, and his death is genuinely regretted by them.
(Note: Spelling of surname shown as BASKIN or BUSKIN in subsequent edition of The Evening Mail.)

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Bissett, Joseph, formerly of Cole Harbour (c.1808-1885)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

Date: 02/06/99

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: Morning Chronicle, 5 June 1885, p. 3.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County

Material Type: Obituary


Morning Chronicle, Friday, 5 June 1885, p. 3, col. 5:
Deaths - At River Bourgeois, C.B., on the 16th May, Joseph BESSETT, a native of Cole Harbor, Halifax County, aged 77. - (Newfoundland and Boston papers please copy.)

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Black, Frank (-1998)

Material Type: Obituary

Subject: Obituaries--New Brunswick--Westmorland County

Source: The Globe and Mail, 28 April 1998.

Ed. Notes:

Contributor: Randal W. Oulton

ContributorEmail:

Date: 09/16/98


Black, Frank (Professional Engineer, retired from Ontario Hydro)
At Toronto on Saturday, April 25, 1998. Frank Leslie Black, son of the late Myrtle and Ralph Black of Moncton, N.B. He attended Mount Allison University and Engineering University of Nova Scotia. He was an ardent skiier, tennis player and was a life member of the Boulevard Club. He leaves his beloved wife Ella and a sister Dorothy (Mrs. Maurice Stevens of Moncton). No service in Toronto, but in Saint John, N.B., there will be a service by the Rector Rev. David Kierstead of St. Jude's Anglican Church, following which there will be a burial in Fern Hill Cemetery. Memorials gratefully declined.

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Blank, William Gerald, of Halifax (c.1900-1900)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail:

Source: The Evening Mail, 16 April 1900, p. 5.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Halifax (Halifax County)

Date: 06/25/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 16 April 1900, p. 5:
Died at 355 Barrington street, April 13th, William Gerald BLANK, infant son of William BLANK.

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Bond, Walter St. Clair (1906-1998)

Material Type: Obituary

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Lunenburg County

Source: The Globe and Mail, 29 July 1998.

Ed. Notes:

Contributor: Randal W. Oulton

ContributorEmail:

Date: 09/16/98


Bond, Walter St. Clair
Born in Chester, Nova Scotia in 1906 and passed away, after a long and difficult illness, at St. Mary's Hospital in Kitchener on Thursday, July 23rd, 1998. He leaves his much beloved wife Orma, in Kitchener and son, David, in Waterloo. He was also specially loved grandfather of Kristen, Megan, Courtney and the late Jeffrey Bond. He leaves his sister, Phyllis, in Kitchener to mourn his loss.
Walter spent 48 years in service to the Bank of Nova Scotia in various capacities and especially his close contact with fellow bankers both before and after retirement. He was a Life Deacon and Trustee at Yorkminster Park Baptist Church in Toronto where he was happy to devote much of his time in early years as a choir member. In 1995, he was awarded the Commemorative Medal by the Canadian National Institute for the Blind for his many years on the Board of the Ontario Division. He was also Honourary Director of South Muskoka Memorial Hospital Foundation and devoted much time in the interest of geriatric research.
If desired, donations may be made to the Yorkminster Park Baptist Church, the C.N.I.B., South Muskoka Memorial Hospital Foundation, Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Association of Ontario or any charity of your choice. A private family service has been held in Kitchener. Cremation to follow with interment at St. Thomas' Church Cemetery, Bracebridge. A memorial service will be held at Yorkminster Park Baptist Church in September. Notice will follow at a later date.

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Borgal, Captain George (c. 1849-1907)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

Date: 02/24/99

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 9 Oct 1907, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County

Material Type: Obituary


The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 9 October 1907, p. 12, col. 1:
A sad accident happened at Pleasant Harbor, Halifax county, on Thursday last, by which Captain George BORGAL lost his life. He was piloting the schooner Barcelona out of the latter place, when suddenly a heavy squal struck the ship, the ropes entangling him about the body and fearfully mangling him. Both his legs were broken, as also his arms, and face frightfully torn. He lived only an hour and a half after. The deceased, who was in his 58th year, was a man of upright character, honest in his dealings and a model of unselfishnes in his home. He leaves a wife and four children to mourn the loss of a kind and devoted husband and father. The children are Captain William, at home, Aylmer, in the Northwest, and Essie and Muriel, going to school.

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Boutilier, Arthur T., of Halifax (c.1863-1906)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 10 October 1906, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Halifax (Halifax County)

Date: 07/05/98


The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 10 October 1906, p. 12:
Died - The death occurred at his residence, 18 Carleton street, October 8th., of Arthur T. BOUTILIER, aged 43 years, son of the late Hezekiah and Ann BOUTILIER, leaving a wife and seven children to mourn his loss. Funeral Thursday, October 11th, at 3 p.m. Boston papers please copy.

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Bowers, Andres m. Smith, Elizabeth (1902)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 3 Feb 1902, p. 7.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Marriage Announcement

Subject: Marriage records--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Ketch Harbour (Halifax County)

Date: 07/11/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 3 February 1902, p. 7:
Married - At Ketch Harbor, on Jan. 28, by Rev. Father GRACE, Andrew BOWERS to Elizabeth SMITH.

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Bowser, Reuben Isaac (c. 1907 - 1998)

Material Type: Obituary

Source: Halifax Herald, 13 September 1998.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Canada Customs Ships,Masons,Royal Canadian Air Force,Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Contributor: Randal W. Oulton

ContributorEmail:

Date: 09/13/98

Bowser, Reuben Isaac (Uncle Reub) - 91, Ostrea Lake, Musquodoboit Harbour, Halifax Co., passed away peacefully September 11, 1998, in the veterans' unit of the Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg.

Born in Dartmouth, he was a son of the late Capt. Isaac and Lydia Anne (Baker) Bowser. As a young lad, he went to sea with his father, Capt. Isaac, on his vessels transporting lumber, etc., to Halifax. Then prior to the war he served with the Canadian Custom Ships. During the Second World War, he was flight sergeant with the Royal Canadian Air Force serving his overseas service in the territorial waters off Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Quebec and Labrador. Most of his service was spent at Shearwater Air Force Base servicing the planes there and taking boats, supplies, etc., up and down the Gulf of St. Lawrence from North Sydney to Goose Bay, Labr. He was stationed at Goose Bay for most of his service and was one of the first men to service in that area.

Following the war he returned to the RCMP, Halifax, and retired in 1960 as a constable with 29 years service from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Marine Section. He was a member of Masonic Ashlar Lodge 107, Musquodoboit Harbour; RCMP Veterans Association; RCAF Veterans Association and St. George's Anglican Church, Ostrea Lake.

He is survived by his wife, Bernice Elizabeth (Hartling) Bowser; son, Wayne Lloyd, Lunenburg; granddaughters, Charmaine, Westphal; Roanne, Toronto; grandson, Wayne Reuben, Westphal; great-grandchildren, Tosha and Jesse; nieces, Jean Turple, Lake Charlotte; Judy MacDonald, Truro; Aggie Gaetz, Seaforth; nephew, Keith Bowser, Meaghers Grant; their families and several cousins. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family being predeceased by brothers, John, Walter and Wilson.

Visitation at Rowlings Funeral Home, Musquodoboit Harbour, today, September 13, from 7-9 p.m. and Monday, September 14, from 2-4, 7-9 p.m. with Masonic service at 7:30 p.m. Funeral service 11 a.m. Tuesday, September 15, in St. George's Anglican Church, Ostrea Lake, Rev. Pam Bishop officiating. Interment in St. George's Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations to Canadian Cancer Society, St. George's Anglican Church or charity of choice.

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Boyle, John Eugene (1919-1998)

Material Type: Obituary

Source: The Globe and Mail, 12 September 1998.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Inverness County,Knights of Malta,Mabou (Inverness County)

Contributor: Randal W. Oulton

ContributorEmail:

Date: 09/16/98


Boyle, John Eugene , K.M. (Knight of Malta)
Born July 10, 1919 in the town of Mabou, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. Passed away peacefully in Toronto on Thursday, September 10th, 1998. Loving husband to Bernadette (nee Burke). Devoted and proud father to Catherine and her husband Mark Burack, and Gerard and his wife Sally. Cherished by his six grandchildren: John Paul, Jennifer and David Jeffrey, Michael John Burack, Michael and Nicholas Boyle. Dear brother to Veronica (Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Mironoff of San Francisco).

John left Cape Breton at the age of nineteen and attended St. Mary's College in Brockville. He began his business career as a clerk with Richard & B.A. Ryan Ltd. and quickly rose to the position of President and C.E.O. Under his direction for 45 years, the Ryan Company prospered. For many years he served on the Executive Committee of the Ontario General Contractors Association and the Toronto Construction Association, as well as the Board of Governors of Project Management School of Waterloo University. Past Co-Chairman of the Providence Villa & Hospital Redevelopment Fund Campaign; he was involved both personally and professionally in numerous philanthropic and charitable activities. He retired due to ill health at the age of 71. He was an enormously passionate and energetic man who valued integrity and fairness above all else.


The family will receive friends at the HUMPHREY FUNERAL HOMEA.W. MILES CHAPEL, 1403 Bayview Ave. (South of Eglinton Avenue East) from 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 p.m. Sunday, September 13th. MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL MONDAY MORNING-10:00 O'CLOCK OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP CHURCH 78 Clifton Road, Toronto. In Mabou, Cape Breton, visitation will be held Tuesday evening, September 15th from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at St. Mary's Church. A celebration of this noble and exceptional man's life will be held on Wednesday, September 16th, 11:00 o'clock at St. Mary's Church in Cape Breton. Interment will be in the Scottish tradition in St. Mary's Parish in Cape Breton, the land he loved.

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Brackett, Mrs. Ellen, of Herring Cove (c.1815-1900)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 16 July 1900, p. 5.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Herring Cove (Halifax County)

Date: 06/26/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 16 July 1900, p. 5:
The death took place yesterday at Herring Cove of Mrs Ellen BRACKETT, aged 85 years, widow of James BRACKETT.

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Bray, James m. Sadie Baker (1901)

Material Type: Marriage Announcement

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 20 September 1901, p. 10.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Marriage records--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Halifax (Halifax County),Moncton (Westmorland County)

Date: 07/08/98


The Evening Mail, Friday, 20 September 1901, p. 10:
Miss Sadie BAKER, daughter of James BAKER, and James BRAY, of Moncton, were married last evening at 7 o'clock at the Tabernacle church, by Rev. Mr. SCHURMAN. The bride was given away by her brother, John BAKER. She wore a dress of heliotrope silk velvet, trimmed with pearl lace and hat to match. Miss Alma BAKER was the bridesmaid. She was attired in navy blue. The bride's bouquet was of white roses and maiden hair fern. After the ceremony the bridal party and the guests, who were the immediate friends of the contracting parties, drove to the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. R. DARRAH, 96 Maynard street. Mr. and Mrs. BRAY left by the 4 o'clock train this afternoon for Moncton. The couple were the recipients of a large number of presents.

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Brinton, Stanley Malcolm (c.1923-1998)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Susan Reeves

ContributorEmail: dreeves@telusplanet.net

Subject: Obituaries--New Brunswick--Kings County

Source: Berwick Register Nov. 1998

Ed. Notes:

Date: 01/16/99


BRINTON, Stanley Malcolm - 75, Berwick, Kings Co., died November 13, 1998, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Hampton, Annapolis Co., he was a son of the late Ira and Lucy (Ray) Brinton. He was manager at Royal Bank of Canada, Berwick, from 1968 until his retirement in 1981. He was a member and past treasurer of St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church, Berwick, and was awarded the Diocesan Medal of Merit in 1983. He was past member of Berwick Curling Club and Berwick Lions Club. Surviving are his wife, the former Yvonne Marie Wetmore; sons, Stephen Andrew, Fredericton; daughters, Barbara Joy (Mrs. Everett Gaudon), St. Thomas, Ont.; Anne Marie (Mrs. David Cunningham), Berwick; brothers, Boyd, Kingston; Gordon, Toronto; Gerald, Greenwood; sisters, Marjorie Brinton, Berwick; Myrna (Mrs. Clyde Walls), Halifax; four grandchildren. He was predeceased by son, Gary Michael; brothers, Donald, Ray. Funeral was held November 16, 1998 in St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church, Berwick, Rev. Gerald Saulnier and Rev. Albeni d'Entremont officiated. Private burial in Holy Cross Roman Catholic Cemetery, Kentville. Family flowers only. Donations to Canadian Cancer Society.

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Brooks, Jennie (-1989)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Randal W. Oulton

ContributorEmail:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Cumberland County

Source: Bentley, Margaret

Ed. Notes: 10 Oct 1989

Date: 10/21/97


Brooks, Jennie Margaret - 97, East Cumberland Lodge, formerly of Northport, died Monday in the lodge. Born in Chapman Settlement, Cumberland County, she was a daughter of the late Lucias Mickey and Alice Lavenia (Ogden) Chapman. She moved to the United States in her early years until 1960 when she moved to Northport. She resided with her brother Russell for the past six years, moving to East Cumberland Lodge last month. She is survived by three brothers, Fred, New Glasgow; Borden, Oxford; Russell, East Amherst; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Ralph; four sisters, Eliza, Emily, Flora, Gladys; seven brothers, Charles, William, Aubrey, Edgard, Otis, Wilson, Harold. The body is in Mundie's Funeral Home, Pugwash, visiting 2-4, 7-9 pm today, where funeral will be held 2pm Wednesday, Rev. Morley Bentley officiating. Burial in Lorneville Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Nova Scotia Heart Fund or the Canadian Cancer Society.
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Brooks, Mrs. Eliza (c.1859-1900)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail:

Source: The Evening Mail, 2 March 1900, p. 3.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Victoria General Hospital (Halifax)

Date: 06/25/98


The Evening Mail, Friday, 2 March 1900, p. 3:
The death occurred at the Victoria general hospital yesterday of Mrs. Eliza BROOKS, aged 41 years.

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Brown, James Lawson (c.1930 - 1998)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Susan Reeves

ContributorEmail: dreeves@telusplanet.net

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Kings County

Source: Berwick Register Nov. 1998

Ed. Notes:

Date: 01/16/99


BROWN, James Lawson - 68, Moshers Corner, died November 14, 1998, in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in New Ross, Kings Co., he was a son of Vera (Gates) Brown, Centerville, Kings Co., and the late Percy Brown. He was a retired auto mechanic and service station operator. He was a founding partner in Brown's Auto Salvage Ltd., Melvern Square. He was a dedicated family man and enjoyed hunting and camping. Surviving are his mother, Vera Brown; his wife, the former Wilma Jean (Billie) Carter, Moshers Corner; daughters, Patricia Walder, Melvern Square; Tracy Ward, Wilmot; sons, Peter Brown, Melvern Square; Ivan Brown, Bridgewater; Tim Brown , Melvern Square; Charles Brown, Port George; David Lewis, Moshers Corner; Jeff Lewis, Charlottetown; Perri Lewis, St. Margarets Bay; John Lewis, Berwick; sister, Mrs. Judy Welton, Lake Shore Road, Kings Co.; brothers, Ivan, South Williamston; Sheldon, North Alton; David Centerville; 23 grandchildren. Funeral was held November 17, 1998 in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home, Middleton, Pastor David Egers and Rev. Sharon Budd officiated. Interment in the Church Grove Cemetery, Melvern Square. Donations in memory may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or a charity of choice.

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Brown, Mrs. Isabella, of Halifax (c.1859-1900)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 16 February 1900, p. 3.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Camp Hill Cemetery (Halifax),Halifax (Halifax County)

Date: 06/29/98


The Evening Mail, Friday, 16 February 1900, p. 3, col. 5:
Died - Mrs. Isabella BROWN, wife of John BROWN, a miner, who resides at 188 Creighton street, died last evening after a lingering illness. She was 41 years of age and was well known in the north end.
The Evening Mail, Saturdy, 17 February, p. 9., col. 2:
Died - BROWN - On February 15, Bella, wife of Daniel BROWN, aged 41 years. Funeral on Sunday at 3:30 o'clock from the Cornwallis street Baptist church.
The Evening Mail, Monday, 19 February 1900, p.2, col. 3:
The funeral of Mrs. Isabella BROWN, Creighton street, took place yesterday afternoon from her home. Service was held in Cornwallis street Baptist church by Rev. Dr. SAUNDERS, and the internment was made in Camp Hill cemetery. The members of Rebekah lodge, I.O.O.F., M.U., attended the funeral and the burial ceremonies of the order were gone through with.

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Burbidge, Albert m. Jervis, Ada (1901)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald


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