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Flemming, Matthew, of Ketch Harbour (c.1882-1906)



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Flemming, Matthew, of Ketch Harbour (c.1882-1906)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 26 November 1906, pp. 5, 10.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/09/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 26 November 1906, p. 5:

The death occurred at Ketch Harbor yesterday of Matthew FLEMING, son of W. R. FLEMING, in the twenty-fourth year of his age.

And at page 10:

The death occurred at Ketch Harbor Saturday, November 24, of Matthew J. FLEMMING. The deceased, who was but 24 years of age, contracted a heavy cold, developing into pneumonia, which resulted in his death. He was a son of William FLEMMING, of the old Centennial fisherman crew, a very promising young man and a great favorite with all his acquaintences.


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Flemming, Thomas, of Halifax (c.1860-1907)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 22 February 1907, p. 10.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

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

Date: 06/29/98


The Evening Mail, Friday, 22 February 1907, p. 10, col. 1:
The death occurred this morning at the Victoria general hospital of Thomas FLEMMING. Mr. FLEMMING, who was a seaman by occupation, was 47 years of age, and unmarried. He has a number of relatives in this city.

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Gammon, Mrs. Sophia, of Lawrencetown (c.1821-1903)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 14 January 1903, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/11/98


The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 14 January 1903, p. 12:
Died - GAMMON - At Lawrencetown, Halifax County, January 13th, Sophia GAMMON, widow of Joshua GAMMON, aged 82 years. Funeral from her late residence, Thursday, 15th, at 2 o'clock.

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Gerrard, William Joseph, formerly of Gerrard's Island (c.1860-1906)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

Date: 02/01/99

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 16 August 1906, p. 10.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Aged prisoners,Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County

Material Type: Obituary


The Evening Mail, Thursday, 16 August 1906, p. 10:
Died - At 95 Lawrence Street, August 15th, William Joseph GERRARD, in the forth-sixth year of his age, leaving a sorrowing wife and three children to mourn their loss. Deceased was a native of Gerrard's Island, Tangier. Funeral notice later.

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Giles, Mrs. Catherine Elizabeth (c.1841-1905)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 14 October 1905, p. 7.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/03/98


The Evening Mail, Friday, 13 October 1905, p. 10:

The death occurred at Cole Harbor this morning, of Catharine E. GILES, wife of a well-known resident, of that section and a most estimable lady. Mrs. GILES, who was 63 years of age, is survived by her husband, two sons and two daughters.

The Evening Mail, Saturday, 14 October 1905, p. 7:

Died - At Cole Harbor, October 13th, after a lingering illness of two years, Catherine Elizabeth, beloved wife of Alexander GILES, in her sixty-fourth year, leaving a husband, two sons and two daughters to mourn the loss of a kind mother. (Lunenburg papers please copy.)


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Giles, William Edward, of Cole Harbour (c.1902-1904)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 18 June 1904, p. 6.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/23/98


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 18 June 1904, p. 6:
Died - At Cole Harbour, June 16th, after a short illness, William Edward, son of William and Kate GILES, aged 19 months. Funeral on Sunday at 2 p.m.

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Gladney, John ( - 1905)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source:

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 05/27/98


The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 14 March 1905, p. 10:

On Friday last there passed away at his residence, Portugal Cove Rd., Mr. John GLADNEY. Deceased was for many years R.C. school teacher at that place, and was universally respected. His demise is greatly felt by his relatives, it being on the eve of his daughter taking her final religious vows at Littledale - St. John's, Nfld. - The deceased was an uncle of Michael GLADNEY and Mrs. James P. FLAVIN of this city.


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Glazebrook, James, of Eastern Passage (c.1860-1900)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 14 November 1900, p. 5, 19 November 1900, p. 1, 29 November 1900, p. 5.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/28/98


The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 14 November 1900, p. 5:
Died - At Eastern Passage November 17th, after a severe and painful illness, James GLAZEBROOK aged 40 years. Boston and New York papers, please copy.
The Evening Mail, Monday, 19 November 1900, p. 1:
James GLAZEBROOK, a well-known resident of the Eastern Passage, passed away last week. The deceased was 40 years of age. He leaves a wife and family. Mr. GLAZEBROOK was a man of sterling qualities and was highly respected by his fellow residents. The funeral took place to-day. Rev. Mr. LEITAL officiated and the remains were interred in the Roman Catholic cemetery.
The Evening Mail, Thursday, 29 November 1900, p. 5:
News of the City - James GLAZEBROOK'S will was filed to-day. The testator lived at the Eastern Passage. He appoints his brother Henry GLAZEBROOK, and his wife, Eliza Ann GLAZEBROOK, executor and executrix. To his wife he bequeaths all his real estate and personal property, with the exception of a watch and row boat which are left to his nephew, Henry Stuart GLAZEBROOK. His wife also gets all cash in the Bank of Nova Scotia but testator wishes her not to draw any greater amount each year than the interest and fifty dollars. One her death the money goes to testator's nephew, James Albert GLAZEBROOK.

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Glazebrook, Mrs. Annie, of Halifax (c.1855-1885)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

Date: 02/06/99

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: Morning Chronicle, 27 June 1885, p. 3.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County

Material Type: Obituary


Morning Chronicle, Saturday 27 June 1885, p. 3, col. 5:
Deaths - On Thursday, June 25, Annie, beloved wife of James GLAZEBROOK, in her 30th year, leaving a husband and four children to mourn their loss.
Funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at half past two o'clock, from the corner of Hollis and Salter streets, friends and acquaintenances are respectfully invited to attend.

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Gorman, Florence Illene, of Halifax, (c.1896-1904)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 18 February 1904, p. 9.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/19/98


The Evening Mail, Thursday, 18 February 1904, p. 9:
The death occurred this morning, at the residence of her father, Patrick GORMAN, 18 Falkland street, of Florence J. GORMAN, a prepossessing child, aged seven years and five months.
And also at p. 9:
Died - At 18 Falkland street, February 18th, Florence Illene GORMAN, aged 7 years and 5 months, daughter of Patrick and Abagail GORMAN.

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Gorman, Mrs. Ann, of Herring Cove (c.1840-1904)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 22 June 1904, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/23/98


The Evening Mail, Wednesday 22 June 1904, p. 12:
The death occurred last evening at Herring Cove, of Ann, wife of Geoffrey GORMAN, a well-known resident of that section. Mrs. GORMAN, who was sixty-four years of age, is survived by her husband, five daughters and one son. William GORMAN, who is a pilot, is the son. Mrs. GORMAN's death is a real shock to the members of her family and to the wide circle of her friends. She was a most estimable and lovable woman, and will be much missed. The funeral will take place at three o'clock Thursday afternoon at Herring Cove.

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Gorman, Mrs. Catherine, of Herring Cove (c.1814-1903)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 1 June 1903, pp. 6,8.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/16/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 1 June 1903, p. 6:
Died - At Herring Cove, June 1st, Mrs. Catherine GORMAN, widow of Daniel GORMAN, aged 89 years, leaving four sons, one daughter and forty grandchildren. Funeral on Tuesday, at 2.30 p.m.
And at p. 8:
The death is announced at Herring Cove of Mrs. Catherine GORMAN, aged 89 years, widow of Daniel GORMAN. The deceased was the oldest and one of the most respected residents of the Cove.

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Graham, Theodore "Teddy", of Dartmouth (c.1901-1907)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 6 April 1907, p. 2.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

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

Date: 08/11/98


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 6 April 1907, p. 2., col. 5:
Dartmouth News - The funeral of Teddy, the six-year old son of Timothy GRAHAM, Jr., took place yesterday afternoon. The attendance was large. The remains were taken to St. Peter's church, where Rev. Father UNDERWOOD officiated. The deceased child was strong, bright and healthy until stricken six weeks ago with spinal meningitis. His early demise has been a severe blow to his parents, who will have the deepest sympathy of the community. The floral offerings were beautiful, including a wreath from Miss HAMILTON and staff of the Kindergarten, and also from Mrs. DeYOUNG and Mrs. MOORE.

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Gray (nee Gray), Mrs. Rebecca, of Sambro (c.1848-1900)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 5 March 1900, p. 5, 10 March 1900, p. 9.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

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

Date: 07/06/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 5 March 1900, p. 5, col. 2:
A well known resident of Sambro died yesterdy in the person of Mrs. Rebecca GRAY, wife of Andrew GRAY, Jr. Mrs. GRAY was 52 years of age, and had been ill for almost fifteen years. Through all that time, she bore her afflication with true Christian spirit and fortitude. She leaves a husband and daughter to mourn her loss. The remains will be interred at Sambro.
The Evening Mail, Saturday, 10 March 1900, p. 9, col. 2:
Died - At Sambro, on the 3rd inst., Rebecca, wife of Andrew GRAY, junior, and daughter of Samuel GRAY, Sambro, aged 52, leaving a husband and one daughter to mourn the loss of an affectionate wife and mother.

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Gray, Andrew, of Sambro (c.1816-1900)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 10 December 1900, p. 5.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

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

Date: 06/30/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 10 December 1900, p. 5:
Andrew GRAY, one of the oldest residents of Sambro, died yesterday, aged 84 years. The deceased was the father of Gray Brothers, the well-known lobster packers. Mr. GRAY was a son of one of the early settlers of Sambro and during his life saw many changes about the place. He was a man of sterling character, and had the highest respect of all who know him thus.

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Gray, George A., of Sambro (1902-1904)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 12 January 1904, p. 9.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

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

Date: 06/19/98


The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 12 January 1904, p. 9:
George A. GRAY, aged one year and two months, died at Sambro yesterday.

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Gray, George Henry, formerly of Sambro (c.1863-1906)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail:

Source: The Evening Mail, 6 May 1906, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Acadia Sugar Refinery,Sambro (Halifax County)

Date: 06/08/98


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 6 May 1906, p. 12:
The death occurred yesterday at his residence, 8 Sullivan street, of George Henry GRAY. This news will be a sad surprise to his many firends in this city. Mr. GRAY, who was employed at the Acadia Sugar Refinery, was at work on Saturday last, subsequently developing pneumonia, sinking rapidly and dying on Friday afternoon. He was 43 years of age, and is survived by his wife, two sons, his mother (who is a resident of Sambro), two sisters and a brother. The sisters are Mrs. R. THOMAS, of Halifax, and Mrs. J. H. FINDLAY, of Sambro. The brother is William GRAY, of Sambro. The funeral will take place at half-past two o'clock Sunday afternoon.
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Gray, John, of Sambro (c.1821-1904)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 21 March 1904, p. 7.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

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

Date: 06/21/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 21 March 1904, p. 7:
John Gray, aged 83 years, a well-known fisherman of Sambro, died at his home at that place yesterday.

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Gray, Mrs. Hannah, formerly of Sambro (c.1843-1904)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 6 April 1904, p. 9.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/21/98


Wednesday, 6 April 1904, p. 9:
Died - Hannah GRAY, wife of Charles GRAY, 2 Morris street, died yesterday, aged 61 years. She was a native of Sambro.

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Gray, Mrs. Jane, of Sambro (c.1845-1902)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 25 Feb 1902, p. 9.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

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

Date: 07/11/98


The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 25 February 1902, p. 9:
Died - Sambro, February 21, Jane, wife of James GRAY, aged 57.

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Gray, Mrs. Janet (of Harrietsfield)(c.1827-1906)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: TheEvening Mail, 17 March 1906, p. 16.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/05/98


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 17 March 1906, p. 16:

Died - At Harrietsfield, March 14th, Janet, relict of late James GRAY in the seventy-ninth year of her age. Funeral from her son's resdience, 146 Robie street to-morrow (Sunday) at four o'clock. American papers please copy.


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Greene, Mrs. Mabel Kathleen (nee Morine), of Canning, Kings County (-1998)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

Date: 02/26/99

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: Berwick Register

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Kings County

Material Type: Obituary


Berwick Register
GREENE, Mabel Kathleen - Canning, Kings Co., died November 29, 1998, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Wolfville, Kings Co., she was a daughter of the late Archibald and Minnie (ROGERS) MORINE. She lived most of her life, residing the last three yers in Berwick. She was an adherent of the Anglican Church of Canada and a supporter of the Pereau Baptist Church. She was a member and past president of the Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary, Branch 73, Habitant; The PNG and PDDP and PP of Glooscap Rebekah Lodge 118, Canning. Surviving are son, John and wife Gail, Masstown; daughter, Judith and husband Donald WHITTIER, Berwick; brothers, Herbert, Wolfville; William (Bill) and Gary, both of Gaspereau; sisters, Gertrude KELLY, Hantsport; Barbara (Mrs. Walter KELLY), Grand Pre; Margaret (Margie) (Mrs. Ken DeELL), Betty (Mrs. Edward ATWELL), both of Wolfville Ridge; seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Austin; brother, Ear l; sister, Viola. Funeral service was held December 3, 1998 in the Pereau Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. Mark PARENT and Rev. Dr. M.R. CHERRY officiated. Burial in the Pereau Baptist Church or charity of choice.

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Greenough, Gordon (1911 - 1998)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Heather Sedran

ContributorEmail: s.sedran@sympatico.ca

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County

Source:


Ed. Notes:

Date: 01/19/99


Fulton, in loving memory of Gordon Fulton Greenough, 87 years, who passed away Wednesday morning, December 16th, 1998, at the Sudbury Regional Hospital--Laurentian Site. Mr. Greenough was born August 30th, 1911 in Oldham, Nova Scotia and married Gertrude Halliwell in Sudbury on May 7th, 1933. Gordon was employed as a miner at Falconbridge Ltd. for 41 years retiring in 1973. Beloved husband of Gertrude (Halliwell) Greenough of Sudbury. Loving father of Charles Greenough (wife Bette) of Copper Cliff, Gordon Greenough (wife Carole) of Mindemoya, and Gregory Greenough (wife Jennifer) of Sudbury. Cherished grandfather of 8 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. Dear brother of Raymond Greenough (wife Nellie) of Garson, George Greenough (wife Sheila) of Pembroke, Irene Giford of Dartmouth, N.S., Ethel Accocella (husband Angelo) of Florida, predeceased by Charlie, Edmond, Joseph and Frank. Sadly missed by many neices and nephews. Memorial service in the R.J.Barnard Chapel, JACKSON AND BARNARD FUNERAL HOME, 233 Larch Street, Sudbury, Saturday, January 9th, 1999 at 2:00 P.M. Donations to the Kidney Foundation would be appreciated. (Friends may gather at the chapel after 1:45 p.m. Saturday.)

[Garson and Copper Cliff are small towns, on the outskirts of Sudbury, Ontario, and Mindemoya is on Manitoulin Island, Ontario.]

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Gregoire (nee Whitaker), Mrs. Sarah, of Halifax (-1904)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

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

Source: The Evening Mail, 10 Februry 1904, p. 3.

Ed. Notes:

Date: 06/19/98


The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 10 February 1904, p. 3:
...another sudden death had taken place at 149 Brunswick street, when Sarah, the wife of George GREGOIRE, the well-known fish dealer, passed away, a victim of heart disease. She was a Miss WHITAKER, daughter of the late janitor of the Academy of Music. She was only sick two hours. The funeral will be on Sunday, internment in Camp Hill cemetery.

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Gregoire, Catherine E.M., of Halifax (c.1868-1885)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

Date: 02/06/99

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: Morning Chronicle, 5 Jun and 6 June, 1885

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County

Material Type: Obituary


Morning Chronicle, Friday, 5 June 1885, p. 3, col. 5:
Deaths - On Thursday morning, after a long and painful illnes, Catherine E.M., daughter of John and Harriet GREGOIRE, in the 17th year of her age.
Funeral from her father's residence No 106 Graanville St, on Sunday at half past 3 o'clock. Friends and acquaintenance will please attend without further notice. - [Boston and Portland papers please copy.]
In the Saturday, 6 June 1885, p. 3. col. 3 edition there was a change in the funeral arrangements:
Funeral from her father's residence, No 106 Granville St on Sunday at 8.30 a.m., in time to catch the 9.15 boat for Dartmouth.

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Gregoire, George m. MacDonald, Joanna (1904)

Material Type: Marriage Announcement

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 20 October 1904, p. 10.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Marriage Records--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Cape Breton (Nova Scotia),Halifax (Halifax County)

Date: 08/18/98


The Evening Mail, Thursday, 20 October 1904, p. 10:
The marriage took place at a quarter past seven o'clock last evening, of Miss Joanna MacDONALD, formerly of Cape Breton and George GREGOIRE, the well known fish dealer, 147 Brunswick street the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. L. J. DONALDSON, rector of Trinity church, taking place at the home of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. GREGOIRE have the best wishes of hosts of friends.

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Griffin, John L., of Dartmouth (c.1869-1904)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 6 May 1904, p. 6.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

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

Date: 06/23/98


The Evening Mail, Friday, 6 May 1904, p. 6:
Dartmouth was shocked this morning to hear of the sudden death of John L. GRIFFIN, the manager of the Electric Light Company. The deceased passed away at two o'clock this morning. His sudden demise is one of the saddest events in the town for some time. Yesterday Mr. GRIFFIN was aparently in the best of health. Last evening he was out driving, and returned home shortly after nine o'clock. At tea he complained of feeling unwell and of a heaviness of the chest. Dr. MILSOM was summoned and everything done to relieve the patient, but to no avail, death occurring a few hours afterwards. The direct cause of death was heart failure, but the action of this vital organ was weakened by congestion of the lungs brought about by a cold the deceased contracted some time ago. Mr. GRIFFIN was a young man, not more than 35 years of age. He was a son of the late County Stipendiary GRIFFIN and leaves a widow, two sons and four daughters. The oldest child is 12 years of age, and the youngest not more than two mont hs. The deceased spent the whole of his life in the town and was well known throughout the community. He has been manager of the Electric Light Company ever since its organization, and very efficiently performed the duties of the office, and gave every satisfaction to the public. Mrs. Jabez CONRAD, Mrs. Richard BURBRIDGE, Mrs. Edward WARNER, Jr., and Mrs. SETTLE, of Dartmouth, are sisters of the deceased. He left one brother, who is now in the United States. He married a Miss FRASER, daughter of Alexander FRASER, superintendent of the marine railway.
The Evening Mail, Mondy, 9 May 1904, p. 2:
Dartmouth News - The funeral of John L. GRIFFIN took place yesterday from his late residence, Maple street. The members of Court Chebucto, I.O.F., and visiting brethern, walked in a body ahead of the hearse. Following the remains were a vast gathering of people, a striking proof of the esteem in which the deceased was held by the community. All the prominent citizens of the town were present, and many well-known men of the city were also among the mourners. As the residence of the deceased was about directly opposite St. Peter's church on Maple street, the funeral went along Ochterloney, Pine and Myrtle streets before proceeding to the chapel. At the church the burial service was sung by Rev. Father Underwood, the choir singing the responses. The service was very impressive. The internment was in the Catholic cemetery. The pall bearers were Frank POWER, George MISENER, George FOSTON and H. C. CREIGHTON. Among those who walked immediately after the hearse were Arthur GRIFFIN, a brother of the deceased , who came here from Boston, and Joseph McLEAN, of Sydney, the deceased's brother-in-law, and formerly dynamo operator in the electric light works here.

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Guy, Samuel E., of Halifax (c.1861-1907)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

Date: 03/03/99

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 4 Nov 1907, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County

Material Type: Obituary


The Evening Mail, Monday, 4 Nov 1907, p. 12, col. 3:
In these times of "short cuts" to competence and of "rolling stones" in the business world, a record of 30 years continuous service with one firm is a notable one. Such a record was that of Samuel E. GUY, who passed away this morning at his residence, 44 Lucknow street. Mr. GUY, who was 46 years of age, had spent 30 of these years in the employ of Stairs, Son and Morrow. Entering as a sixteen year old lad, in the capacity of junior clerk, he rose step by step to the position of confidential clerk, his record from beginning to end being one of signal efficiency. About eight years ago he had a long and very serious illness, from the effects of which he never fully recovered. His last illness was of three months' duration, and he has been confined to the house for that period. He wife and several children survive him. The funeral will take place on Tuesday afternoon, the 5th, at half past three o'clock.
Also on p. 12, col. 4:
Died - GUY - At 44 Lucknow street, Samuel E. GUY, aged 46 years, son of the late George GUY, and for thirty years in the employ of Wm. Stairs Son & Morrow, Limited, from junior to confidential clerk. Funeral from above address Tuesday, November 5th, at 3.30 o'clock p.m.

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Hamilton, David, of Mt. Denson (c.1837-1913)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

Date: 11/09/98

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Halifax Herald, February 1, 1913

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Hants County,Curry's Corner (Hants County),Mount Denson (Hants County),Sackville (Halifax County)


The Halifax Herald, Saturday, February 1, 1913.
WINDSOR, January 31 - This morning David HAMILTON, aged 76 years, past away from an attack of paralysis at his home in Mt. Denson. He was ill only a few days and is survived by his wife and three children - Mrs. B. S. DAVISON, Falmouth; James, in Portland, and Frank, at home. For thirty-eight years the deceased was registrar of deeds for Hants county and had resided at Curry's Corner, Windsor, while in office. He was a son of the late David HAMILTON, of Sackville, Halifax county. His mother was sister of the late Edward O'BRIEN, of Windsor.

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Hanrahan (nee Smith), Mary Jane, of York Redoubt (c.1844-1904)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Harbour Pilots--Halifax,Holy Cross Cemetery (Halifax),York Redoubt (Halifax County)

Source: The Evening Mail, 22 June 1904, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

Date: 06/23/98


The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 22 June 1904, p. 12:
Died - At York Redoubt, June 22nd, Mary June, beloved wife of Pilot James HANRAHAN, daughter of George SMITH, leaving nine sons and four daughters to mourn their loss. Funeral on Friday, at two o'clock from Point Pleasant to Holy Cross cemetery.
And also at p. 12:
The death occurred this morning at York Redoubt, of Jane HANRAHAN, wife of Pilot James HANRAHAN, one of the best known mariners in this city. Mrs. HANRAHAN, who was sixty years of age, is survived by her husband, nine sons and four daughters. She was a most estimable lady, and enjoyed the high regard of many friends. Her funeral will take place at 2 o'clock on Friday, from Point Plesant, and thence to Holy Cross cemetery.

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Harding (nee DeYoung), Caroline, formerly of Dartmouth (c.1836-1904)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 5 July 1904, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Dartmouth (Halifax County),Massachusetts (U.S.A.)

Date: 06/23/98


The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 5 July 1904, p. 12:
The death occurred this morning, at her residence, 35 Almon street, under very sad circumstances, of Caroline, wife of Henry HARDING, manufacturer of fruit syrups. Two weeks ago, Mr. and Mrs. HARDING, who had spent the last nine years in Boston, came to Halifax, having determined to make their permanent home here.
They were passengers by the Olivette, and Mrs. HARDING, who had been for many years subject to very severe attacks of asthma, contracted a heavy cold. On arrival here it became obvious that the cold was a tenacious one, but no member of the household had the remotest idea that the consequences were likely to prove fatal. However, the skill of the physicians proved unavailing, and this morning she passed away. Mr. HARDING has the sympathy of many friends in his sudden and grievous bereavement. Mrs. HARDING, who was sixty-eight years of age, was a Miss DeYOUNG, of Dartmouth, and was married to Mr. HARDING, who was an Englishman, in that town, forty-seven years ago next November, the ceremony being performed by Dr. SHREVE. She was the mother of twenty-one children, six of whom survive her. These are:-
William, a minister of the Disciples church, now in Illinois. James, a furniture mover, resident in Boston. Frederick, a stair builder, living in Boston. Arthur, a plumber. Unity, wife of J. M. NAUGLE, Boston. Annie (Mrs. McGUIRE) of Summerville, Mass.
A daughter, Mrs. Eliza LAVERS, died about four years ago, and another, Mrs. Bessie VERRIGER, about one year and a half ago, both being residents of Boston. Mrs. HARDING was highly esteemed by a wide circle and will be greatly missed.

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Hargraves, Miss Agnes (c.1885-1906)

Material Type: Newspaper article

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 12 Oct 1906, pp. 5,8.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/09/98


The Evening Mail, Friday, 12 October 1906, p. 5:
Dr. James ROSS received a telephone message from Portuguese Cove last evening, stating that the body of Agnes HARGRAVES had been found in a lake at that place. The girl had been living in Halifax, but grew tired of it and went to live with her aunt, Mrs. L. BOWERS at Portuguese Cove. She took her clothing to the Cove nine days ago, and it was Friday evening of last week that she left the BOWERS house, without a sacque or hat to visit a relative in the Cove, intending, it was supposed to return in a few hours. That was the last seen of her alive. Parties have been searching the woods and lakes for miles around, and yesterday afternoon the body was found in a lake not far from her aunt's home.
From marks on the body, there is a strong suspicion in the minds of the residents of the Cove that foul play has been committed, and a coroner's inquest has been ordered, when the matter will be thoroughly sifted out. She was twenty years of age, and was a great favorite in the place.

And at page 8:

The funeral of Agnes HARGRAVES, found drowned in a lake near Portuguese Cove, took place from the residence of her aunt, Mrs. Lawrence BOWERS, Portuguese Cove, with whom she lived. She was 21 years of age. (Boston papers please copy.)
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Harrington (nee Geddie), Mrs. W. H. (-1906)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 8 March 1906, p. 5.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Missionaries,Australia

Date: 05/29/98


The Evening Mail, 8 March 1906, p. 5:
MRS. HARRINGTON HAS PASSED AWAY
Daughter of Famous Presbyterian Missionary to the South Sea Islands
None was better known among the women of the Presbyterian church in this province than was Mrs. W. H. HARRINGTON, whose death last evening about nine-o'clock at her residence, Pleasant avenue, it is the duty of The Herald to announce. Mrs. HARRINGTON had been in failing health for a considerable time, suffering more recently from an affection of the heart, which at last proved fatal. She was the eldest daughter of the late REv. Dr. John GEDDIE, the pioneer foreign missionary of the Presbyterian church in Nova Scotia, whose heroic labors in the New Hebrides form the subject of a thrilling story and made his name a household word among Presbyterians of a generation ago. She inherited her father's love for and interest in foreign missions and was a dvoted worker in the Women's Foreign Missionary society. During recent years Mrs. HARRINGTON edited The Message, the monthly periodical which keeps the members of the society and the church in touch with missionary endeavor. Hers was a charming character, and she was loved and esteemed by the very large circle with whom she came in contact socially and in church work. In her death the community suffers a distinct loss. Mrs. HARRINGTON'S mother still survives, residing with an unmarried daughter and son, called after his father, in Melbourne, Australia. Two sisters married foreign missionaries, both of them, if we are not mistaken, also residing in Australia.
Mrs. HARRINGTON'S husband, who was a member of the old firm of Lawson and Harrington, predeceased her some years ago. The surviving children are a son in Montreal; Lottie, married to George MUSGRAVE, and Emily and Lucy at home. The time of the funeral had not been arranged last night. There will be sincere sympathy for the bereaved children and other relatives.
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Harrington (nee Hayes), Margaret C. (-1900)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 22 May 1900, p. 10.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Massachusetts,Massachusetts (U.S.A.)

Date: 07/03/98


The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 22 May 1900, p. 10:
Died in Roxbury (Mass.) May 13, Mrs. Margaret C. HARRINGTON, (formerly Miss HAYES), wife of James D. HARRINGTON, internment May 16 at St. John.

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Hart, Jairus, of Halifax, formerly of Guysboro (1819-1906)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 27 October 1906, p. 6.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 07/05/98


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 27 October 1906, p. 6:
Jairus HART, one of the oldest men of Halifax, a merchant of the old school, and one of our wealthiest citizens, passed away last evening. He had been in failing health for some time, a year ago having undergone an amputation of a leg. Mr. HART was born in Guysboro on March _1st, 1819, and was in his 88th year. His father was Tyrus HART, who was born at Hartford, Conn., in 1763, and came to this country at the close of the revolutionary war, and the son was therefore one of the very few who now could claim that his father was a United Empire Loyalist. He mother was Margaret HULL, and he had twelve brothers and sisters, two only of whom are now living - Reuben and Levi. He was married in 1846 to Eliza, daughter of Francis COOK, who predeceased him about eleven years ago. There were no children. Jairus HART began business at Canso, but in 1850 came to Halifax, where he entered into partnership, establishing the wholesale flour and West India business of Young and Hart. The firm was dissolved in 187
6, and Mr. HART retired from active business. He was one of the capitalists of Halifax, was for several years a director of the bank of Nova Scotia and also its president, retiring from the latter position about four years ago. He was a leading member of the Methodist church and was known in that body far beyond this province. He was a director of the School for the Blind and was interested in other benevolent enterprises. The funeral will take place from his late residence on Pleasant street at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, the religious service to begin at 2.30. The internment will be in Camp Hill cemetery.

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Hart, Richard, of Sambro (c.1830-1905)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 9 October 1905, p. 10.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

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

Date: 06/03/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 9 October 1905, p. 10:

The death occurred at Sambro, this morning of Richard HART, a well known fisherman. Mr. HART, who was 75 years of age, had been ill only a short time. His wife, two sons and daughter survive him.


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Hartlen, Mrs. Sophia, of Mason's Point (c1834-1904)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 18 February 1904, p. 9.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Mason's Point (Halifax County),St Margaret's Bay (Halifax County)

Date: 06/19/98


The Evening Mail, Thursday, 18 February 1904, p. 9:
Died - At Mason's Point, St. Margaret's Bay, February 17th, Sophia, beloved wife of Edward HARTLEN, in the 70th year of her age, leaving a sorrowing husband, one daughter and five sons to mourn the loss of a loving wife and mother. Funeral on Saturday, February 20th, and 2.30 p.m., at Mason's Point.

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Hartley, Lewis, formerly of Eastern Passage (c.1827-1905)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Dartmouth Patriot, 24 June 1905, p. 3.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Dartmouth (Halifax County),Eastern Passage (Halifax County)

Date: 07/09/98


The Dartmouth Patriot, Saturday, 24 June 1905, p. 3:
Died - Dartmouth 23rd inst. Lewis HARTLEY aged 78 years. Funeral on Sunday at quarter past one from Robt. DUNCAN'S residence Boggs street to proceed to Eastern Passage.

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Hartley, Mrs. Agnes, of Eastern Passage (c.1829-1912)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Dartmouth Patriot, 8 June 1912, p. 1.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

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

Date: 07/09/98


The Dartmouth Patriot, Saturday, 8 June 1912, p. 1:
One of the oldest residents of Eastern Passage passed away on Monday morning in the person of Mrs. Agnes HARTLEY, at the advanced age of 83 years. The deceased lady had not been enjoying good health for over a year, and her death was not unexpected, even by those outside of the family circle.
Mrs. HARTLEY was highly respected by all. Her pleasant disposition won for her a host of friends. She was a devout member of the Anglican church. She always found it a great pleasure to help along all church work. Her husband died about seven years ago. She is survived by seven children, five sons and two married daughters. The sons are David, Ferdinand, Richard, Dennis, of Eastern Passage, and Henry, of Dartmouth. Mrs. DUNCAN, of Bogg street, Dartmouth, and Mrs. DeYOUNG, of Eastern Passage, are the daughters.

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Harvey, John, of Quoddy (-c.1907)

Material Type: Newspaper Article

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 25 May 1907, p. 16.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 08/18/98


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 25 May 1907, p. 16, col. 3:
The will of the late John HARVEY, OF Quoddy, was to-day admitted to probate. Two sons, Elijah and Moses, are appointed executors. To his wife, Elizabeth, and daughter, Lily Anna, he bequeathes his share of the house in which he lived; and also his share in the barn and outbuildings; to the same his share in the land on which these buildings stand, his live stock and personal property, to the wife, five acres of woodland; to the daughter, five acres of woodland; to his grandson, Ralph YOUNG, two acres of woodland; to his daughter, Mirram, wife of John YOUNG, fifteen acres of woodland described in the will. On the death of the daughter the property is to go in equal shares to her two sons.

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Haverstock, Henry H., of Hammonds Plains (c.1866-1906)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 17 August 1906, p. 8.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 07/05/98


The Evening Mail, Friday, 17 August 1906, p. 8:
The death occurred to-day at Hammonds Plains, of Henry H. HAVERSTOCK, aged 40 years. The deceased was a highly respected resident of the district, and was engaged, previous to his long and severe illness, in the milling business. He leaves a wife and seven children. The internment will take place at Hammond's Plains on Sunday at three o'clock.

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Hawes, Mrs. Margaret, of Spry Harbour (c.1812-1906)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

Date: 02/01/99

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 28 June 1906, p. 10.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County

Material Type: Obituary


The Evening Mail, Thursday, 28 June 1906, p. 10:
Died - At Spry Harbor, June 20th, of old age, Margaret HAWES, widow of Thomas HAWES, in the 94th year of her age.

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Hawes, William, of West Quoddy (c.1863-1903)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 14 January 1903, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/11/98


The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 14 January 1903, p. 12:
Died - HAWES - At West Quoddy, on January 1st, William HAWES, in the fortieth year of his age. Boston and Quebec papers please copy.

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Hayes, Alexander, of Herring Cove (c.1858-1903)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 18 April 1903, p. 16.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

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

Date: 06/12/98


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 18 April 1903, p. 16:
Died - At Herring Cove, April 18th, Alexander HAYES, in his 45th year, leaving a sorrowing mother, sister and brother to mourn their loss. Funeral on Monday, at 10 o'clock.

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Hayes, Francis, formerly of Halifax (c.1851-1903)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 25 April 1903, p. 16.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Massachusetts,Halifax (Halifax County)

Date: 06/12/98


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 25 April 1903, p. 16:
The death is announced in Roxbury, Mass. of Francis HAYES, aged 52, a former resident of Halifax.

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Hayes, Mary A., of Halifax (-1900)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 24 October 1900, p. 5.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

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

Date: 07/08/98


The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 24 October 1900, p. 5:
Died - At 59 Granville street, October 24, after a long and painful illness, Mary A., daughter of the late James and Bridget HAYES, leaving two brothers to mourn the loss of a kind and affectionate sister. Funeral from her late residence 59 Granville street, on Friday, at 3:20.

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Hayes, Mrs. Ellen, of Halifax (-1904)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 22 June 1904, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

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

Date: 06/23/98


The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 22 June 1904, p. 12:
The death occurred this morning at her residence, Compton Avenue, of Ellen wife of Thomas HAYES, pilot.

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Hazelwood, M. F. Elizabeth (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


HAZELWOOD, M. F. Elizabeth - 58, Shaw Road, Berwick, Kings Co., died November 21, 1998, at the QEII Health Sciences Centre, V.G. Site, Halifax. Born in Morristown, Kings Co., she was a daughter of Emma Frances (Griffin) Lamb, Cambridge, Kings Co., and the late Hennigar Lamb. She had been employed at the Royal Bank, Berwick, for the past 20 years as well as spending several years working as a real estate agent. she was a member of the Berwick Baptist Church. Besides her mother, she is survived by sons, Boyd, Cold Lake, Alberta; Todd, Nicholsville; daughters, Lorraine (Mrs. Vance Morse), Tremont; Leanne (Mrs. Scott Matthews), Hatchet Lake, Hfx. Co.; a brother, James, Somerset; grandsons, Trevor Morse, Peter Morse, Steven Morse, Noah Matthews, Sam Matthews. Besides her father, she was predeceased by a brother, Bernard; a sister, Ethel Robinson. Funeral was held November 25, 1998 in the Berwick Baptist Church, Rev. Shawn Kehoe officiated. Burial in the Pleasant Valley Cemetery. Donations in memory may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.

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Henderson, Maria (Sinclair) (c. 1873 - 1930)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Paul Harmon

ContributorEmail: cheryl.harmon@ns.sympatico.ca

Subject: Copper Lake (Antigonish County)

Source: September 10, 1930 Halifax Herald

Ed. Notes:

Date: 02/10/99


Passing At Antigonish Of Mrs. Maria Henderson Antigonish, Sept. 9. - Maria, widow of Daniel R. Henderson, passed away last night at her home at Copper Lake, after an illness of a year at the age of 57 years. She was the daughter of the late James A. and Jessie Sinclair of Goshen. Mrs. Henderson was a leading worker in the various activities of the United Church and was a lady of sterling qualities. Her husband predeceased her six years ago. She is survived by seven daughters, Mrs. Merritt Archibald, Newtown, Mass.; Jessie, R.N., night supervisor of the General Hospital, New Waterford; Jean, Elizabeth, Lonelda, Annie and Helen, all at home and one son Ebenezer, also at home. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Service and interment at Loch Katrine.

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Henderson, Mrs. Mary, of Ferguson's Cove (c.1833-1907)

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. 2:
The death occurred yesterday at Ferguson's Cove of Mrs. Mary HENDERSON, aged 74 years, whose husband was formerly owner of a wharf here, and well-known. Her funeral will take place at three o'clock on the 22nd, at Ferguson's Cove.

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Henneberry, Annie Isobel, of Sambro (abt 1887-1904)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail (1904)

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Obituary

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

Date: 05/15/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 19 December 1904, p. 10:

Died - On December 18th, Annie Isobel, youngest daughter of J. W. HENNEBERRY, aged 17 years, of pneumonia, leaving father, two brothers and a sister to mourn their loss. Funeral at Sambro, Tuesday, at 2 p.m.


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Henneberry, Charles, of Devil's Island (-1904)

Material Type: Newspaper Article

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 19 March 1904, p. 4.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Sealers,Seamen,Chezzetcook (Halifax County),Devil's Island (Halifax County)

Date: 06/21/98


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 19 March 1904, p. 4:
Two Halifax Men Lost in South Seas
Two more Halifax county men have lost their lives in the South Seas while engaged in sealing. They are Charles HENNEBERRY, of Devil's Island, and Stephen DeYOUNG, supposed to belong to Chezzetcook. They were members of the crew of the schooner Munsey.
This news arrived this week in a letter from Captain Wentworth BAKER, of the schooner Beatrice L. Corkum, who reports having spoken to the Munsey on December 28th. He did not say when or how the accident happened, but it is supposed that it was by the capsizing of a boat.

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Hennessey, Bertha (Carter) (c. 1904 - 1942)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Paul Harmon

ContributorEmail: cheryl.harmon@ns.sympatico.ca

Subject: Sydney (Victoria County)

Source: March 25, 1942 Halifax Herald

Ed. Notes:

Date: 02/10/99


Mrs. William Hennessey Port Hawksbury, March 24 - this community was saddened by the news of the sudden death of at Sydney City Hospital on Sunday evening, of Mrs. William Hennessey, 38, (nee Bertha Carter) wife of C. N. R. Conductor William Hennessey, of this town. On Saturday she became critically ill and was rushed by car to Sydney, where she passed away shortly after entering the hospital. The late Mrs. Hennessey had not been in good health for some years, and her mother, Mrs. Clem Carter, constantly stayed at her home, and only a few weeks ago left to visit her daughter, Ethel, in Boston. Mrs. Hennessey then being quite well. She is expected home, accompanied by her daughter. Another daughter, Effie, who resides in Halifax, was en route to her sister's bedside at Sydney, when acquainted of her death on her arrival here. Their father, Clem Carter, spent the winter here with his daughter. Of a loving and retiring disposition she had no outside interests and will be greatly missed in the home. Besides her husband, three sons, Basil, Percy and Carter, and one daughter, Evelyn mourn the loss of a devoted wife and mother. Funeral services are expected to be held on Wednesday from her late home.

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Henry, Robert, of Ship Harbour, a native of Dublin, Ireland (-1907)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 15 April 1907, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Crimean War (1853-1856),Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Dublin (Ireland),Ship Harbour (Halifax County)

Date: 08/11/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 15 April 1907, p. 12, col. 3:
The death occurred at Ship Harbor of Robert HENRY, a native of Dublin, Ireland. He came here when quite a young man, having served through the Crimea war. He was well and favorably known throughout the eastern part of the province as a great painter and musician. He leaves a family of seven, viz., Mrs. EDES, Mrs. RYDER, Mrs. KELLY and Mrs. PATTERSON, of Boston; W. G. HENRY, merchant, of Port Dufferin; Robert HENRY, of New York, and Mrs. R. BEOUREK, wife of Conductor BEOUREK, of the Halifax Electgric Tramway. The family will have the sympathy of many friends in their bereavement.

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Hiltz, Leverett Francis (c.1915 - 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


HILTZ, Leverett Francis - 83, Coldbrook, Kings Co., died November 9, 1998, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Gaspereau, Kings Co., he was a son of the late George Benjamin and Lenora Louise (Hamm) Hiltz. He had been a stationary engineer at Blanchard Fraser Memorial Hospital, Kentville. He is survived by his wife, the former Lillias Pemberton; daughter, Paulette and husband Denis Dagenais, Quesnel, BC; son, Beverly and wife Joan, Barrie, Ont.; brother, William, Berwick; grandchildren, Pamela Running, Kevin and John Hiltz, Denise Durand, Tanya and Josheph Dagenais; great-grandchildren, Cassandre, Samantha, Bradley, Taylor and Jordan Hiltz, Lindsay and Kristen Running, Courtney and Devon Durand. He was predeceased by sister, Ruth; brothers, Warren, Ronald and Walter. Cremation has taken place. Memorial service was held November 11, 1998 in W.C. Hiltz Funeral Parlour, Kentville, Pastor Gary Countway officiated. Donations in memory may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association or Coldbrook Baptist Church.

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Himmelman, John, of Eastern Passage (c.1827-1905)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/03/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 17 July 1905, p. 7:

John HIMMELMAN, of Estern Passage, died at his home in that place on Saturday, aged seventy-eight years.

The Evening Mail, Saturday, 29 July 1905, p. 12:
The will of the late John HIMMELMAN, of Lawlor's Island, has been admitted to probate. The testator names Joseph HIMMELMAN and his son George as executors.
To St. Peter's Anglican church, Eastern Passage, he bequeaths $20.
To his granddaughter, Minnie NAUGLE $20; to his wife, $300 together with the interest accruing from the remainder of all testator's moneys; the sum of $20 to be paid her annually by her son George, out of the products of the farm; the use of that part of the homestead occupied by the couple at the time of the testator's death; all household effects, hen-hourses, together with ground enough for a good yard for each; sufficient fuel, the husband of testator's granddaughter, Minnie, to cut and haul the same; the privilege of keeping a cow; the use when she may desire it, of horse and waggon or sleigh.
To his son-in-law, William ROMKEY, his share of the undivided wood lot adjoining his place of residence. After the death of his wife, her part of the house, etc., as above specified, to revert to the testator's granddaughter, Minnie, together with the right of way to the barn, hen-houses, well and dwelling. On his wife's decease $100 to be paid to each of testator's daughters, Matilda, Louisa and Adalaide. Should the husband of any one of them be addicted to the use of spirituous liquor, her share is to be placed in the Dominion Savings bank and paid out to her by the executors as she may require it. All remaining monies are to be paid to testator's son and daughters, share and share alike.

The Evening Mail, Saturday, 12 August 1905, p. 16:

The inventory of the estate of the late John HIMMELMAN, of Eastern Passage, is as follows:

Mortgage, James KING $350.00 Mortgage of Enos D. YOUNG 600.00 Mortgage of Frank SILVER 150.00 Note of hand, Erniv TURNER 50.00 Note of hand George HORNE 50.00 Money in government savings bank 32.59

Total $1,282.59
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Himmelman, Lewis A., of Eastern Passage (c.1832-1906)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 28 Sep 1906, p. 10; 3 Nov 1906, p. 15.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/09/98


The Evening Mail, Friday, 28 September 1906, p. 10:

Died - At Eastern Passage, Sept. 28th, A. HIMELMAN, aged 74 years, leaving a wife and five children to mourn their loss. Funeral on Sunday at 2.30 at Eastern Passage.

The Evening Mail, Saturday, 3 November 1906, p. 15:
The will of Lewis A. HIMMELMAN of Eastern Passage, has been admitted to probate. The testator appoints William F. NEGUS and Provo HORN as executors, and makes the followiing disposition of the estate:
To his wife, for life, all his real and personal property.
On her death the property is to go to the testator's son, William, and three months thereafter the latter is to pay to each of the daughters, Bessie, Rosina, Sarah, Georgina and Beatrice and Ellen, $20 each.
To Isabella, his adopted daughter, and Gilbert HOWE, his grandson, $1 each.
To the Episcopal church at Eastern Passage, $5.
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Himmelman, Miss Amy M., of Eastern Passage (c.1879-1902)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 21 January 1902, p. 10.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 07/02/98


The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 21 January 1902, p. 10:
Died - At Eastern Passage, January 21st, after a long illness, Amy M., daughter of Joseph and Annie HIMELMAN, aged 23 years, leaving a father and mother and three sisters to mourn their loss. Funeral Wednesday, at 2 o'clock at Eastern Passage. (Massachusetts and New York papers please copy.)

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Hines, Mrs. Jane, of Dartmouth (c.1802-1904)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 26 Arpil 1904, p. 12; 27 April 1904, p. 2.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Dartmouth (Halifax County),Richmond (Virginia)

Date: 06/21/98


The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 26 April 1904, p. 12:
Mrs. James HINES, aged 102 years, died today at her residence in Dartmouth. Her husband died some years ago.
The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 27 April 1904, p. 2:
Dartmouth News - The funeral of Mrs. Jane HOINES will take place this afternoon at three o'clock. The deceased is probably the oldest inhabitant of the town, born in the year 1800, at Richmond, Virginia. She emigrated to Preston when about twelve years of age and has spent a large portion of her life in the town.

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Holland, John m. Smith, Eileen (1906)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 16 October 1906, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Newspaper Article

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

Date: 07/05/98


The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 16 October 1906, p. 12:
A wedding in which Dartmouth people were interested took place in St. Mary's cathedral this morning at an early hour, when Miss Eileen SMITH, daughter of Samuel SMITH, Bogg street, Dartmouth, was united in marriage to John HOLLAND, one of the harbor pilots. The bride is a popular young lady in Dartmouth and there was a large gathering of the fair sex in the cathedral this morning to witness the ceremony. The bride looked particularly charming, dressed in cream crepeline with hat to match. She carried a bouquet of cream roses and carnations. Her bridesmaid was Miss Nora GUADE, also of Dartmouth. She wore a most becoming costume of cream serge, and black picture hat. Her bouquet was of pink carnations. James E. RYAN was best man. After the ceremony, which was performed by the rector, the couple drove to the home of the bride's parents in Dartmouth, where a wedding breakfast was held, and the bride received the congratulations of her friends. Mr. and Mrs. HOLLAND left at noon on a trip to the Upper Cana
dian provinces. The bride's going-away costume was of green cloth with hat to match. The couple received many beautiful presents, the staff of the pilot office presenting a Morris chair. The groom's gift to the bride was a gold locket and chain.

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Horn, John, of Canso (c.1881-1900)

Material Type: Newspaper Article

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 2 August 1900, p. 6.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Guysborough County,Canso (Guysborough County)

Date: 06/26/98


The Evening Mail, 2 August 1900, p. 6:
Canso, August 1 - A sad drowning accident occurred here this evening, in which three young men, ages from 16 to 18, lost their lives. Arthur HURST, John HORN and Clyde ROBERTS went out in the bay, in a small boat for the purpose of jigging squid, and while returning home, the boat was struck by a squall and sank with all hands within a mile from shore, before aid could reach them. Young HURST was the only support of his widowed mother. The sad event has cast a gloom over the whole neighbourhood and much sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents and relatives. None of the bodies have yet been recovered.

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Horne (nee Savary), Frances, of Eastern Passage (c.1728-1823)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Acadian Record, 15 March 1823

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/24/98


The Acadian Records, 15 March 1823
Thursday morning, Frances HORN, wife of the late Jacob HORN, sen., in the 95th year of her age, after a short but severe illness which she bore with christian fortitude and resignation. Her funeral will take place from her own home, S.E. Passage, this day Saturday, at 2 o'clock.
[Note: S.E. Passage is South East Passage, what is now known as Eastern Passage - AMacD]

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Horne (nee Skerry), Maria (of Enfield) (-1906)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 4 January 1906, p. 10.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Hants County,Enfield (Hants County)

Date: 06/05/98


The Evening Mail, 4 January 1906, p. 10:

The death occurred at Enfield last night of Maria, wife of Andrew HORNE, Senior. The deceased took ill a week ago with pnewmonia, from which she died. She was a Miss SKERRY, of Waverley, and leaves two brothers and a sister. Mrs. John REGAN, of Dartmouth, is a sister of the deceased. She left a family of one son and one daughter. The latter is married in Truro, while the son is in British Columbia. The funeral will take place on Saturday morning from St. Bernard's church, Enfield.

The Evening Mail, Friday, 5 January 1906, p. 3:

Died - At Enfield January 3, Maria, wife of Andrew HORNE, sr., and daughter of the late John SHERRY [SKERRY], of Wverley. Funeral on Saturday morning from St. Bernard's church, Enfield.


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Horne (nee Trider), Rachel Sarah (abt 1830-1905)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source:

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Funeral rites,Eastern Passage (Halifax County)

Date: 05/28/98


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 1 April 1905, p. 16:

The death occurred yesterday at her home in Eastern Passage of Mrs. Provo HORN, widow of a well known resident of that section, and personally enjoying general regard. Mrs. HORN, who was seventy-six years of age, was the daughter of the late Edward TRIDER. She is survived by four sons - Edward, Provo, George and William - and three daughters, Bertha, living at home, and Elize, wife of William NEGUS, of Eastern Passage. Three brothers and a sister also survive her. The former are Edward, of Halifax; John, of Eastern Passage, and James, of Dartmouth; and the latter, Mrs. SMITH, of Winnipeg. Mrs. HORN'S funeral will take place at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, from St. Peter's church, Eastern Passage, of which she was a faithful member.


The Evening Mail, Monday, 3 April 1905, p. 10:

The funeral of Mrs. Provo HORN took place yesterday afternoon from St. Peter's church, Cow Bay, the rector, Rev. Mr. ROY officiating. Seldom in many years has a funeral in that section been more largely attended. A large party made the trip down from Halifax while scores came in from the surrounding country, crowding the little church. The officiating clergyman took occasion to deliver a brief address, eulogizing the fine character and lovable qualities of the deceased lady, and referring to the fact that her good example should inspire to emulation. The musical details of the service at the church included the singing of the hymns "Nearer my God to Thee" and "When Our Heads Are Bowed With Woe", Miss ROY being the organist, and the full choir of the church; which was present, being supplemented by other singers from Halifax. At the grave side the hymns sung were "A Few More Years Shall Roll" and "Days and Moments Quickly Flying". The Dead March in Saul was also played as the congregatin left the church. Mrs. HORN'S death is widely mourned as that of a truly excellent lady, the memory of whose many virtues will live after her.


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Horne, _____, of Enfield (c.1901-1904)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 25 May 1904, p. 11.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Hants County,Accident victims,Enfield (Hants County)

Date: 06/23/98

The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 25 May 1904, p. 11:
A child of John P. HORNE, of Enfield, was kicked by a horse Sunday afternoon and died half an hour afterwards. The little one was only three years old. The funeral took place on Monday.

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Horne, Clifton (c.1892-1905)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/03/98


The Evening Mail, Thursday, 13 July 1905, p. 10:

Died - at the Victoria general hospital, July 12th, after a painful illness of three weeks, borne with patience, Clifton, aged 13 years and three months, eldest son of Allan W. and the late Dora HORNE. Funeral from his late home, Estern Passage, Friday, at 3 o'clock.


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Horne, David (1841-1905)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Holy Cross Cemetery (Halifax)

Date: 06/03/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 15 May 1905, p. 9:

David N. HORNE, a well-known cooper, died at the residence of his brother, E. J. HORNE, the contractor, 255 Agricola street, yesterday. He was 64 years old.


Also at p. 10: Died - At the home of his brother, 255 Agricola street, David N. HORNE, cooper, aged 64 years. Funeral on Tuesday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock to Holy Cross cemetery. (Boston and P.E. Island papers please copy.)

The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 17 May 1905, p. 10:

The funeral of David HORNE, Agricola street, took place yesterday afternoon from St. Joseph's church, and thence to Holy Cross cemetery, Rev. Monsignor Daly officiating. The attendance both at the church and cemetery was very large and the collection of flowers received from sympathizing friends was a beautiful one.
The Evening Mail, Thursday, 8 June 1905, p. 10:

Letters of administration have been granted to Edward J. HORNE in the estate of the late David N. HORN.


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Horne, Donald (of Enfield) (c.1831-1906)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 26 April 1906, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Hants County,Enfield (Hants County)

Date: 06/05/98


The Evening Mail, Thursday, 26 April 1906, p. 12:

Died - At Enfield, April 12th, after a lingering illness, Donald HORNE, in his seventy-fifth year.


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Horne, Edward, formerly of Eastern Passage (c.1821-1907)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 12 February 1907, p. 10.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Lighthouse keepers--Nova Scotia,Eastern Passage (Halifax County),Halifax (Halifax County)

Date: 06/15/98


The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 12 February, 1907, p. 10, col. 3:
The death occurred last night at 60 Bedford Row, of Edward HORNE, caretaker of the office building in which he lived and well-known in the city. Mr. HORNE, who was 86 years of age, was formerly keeper of the lighthouse at Eastern Passage. The immediate cause of death was an attack of grippe, dating back about two weeks, and which falling upon a system already enfeebled by old age, caused from the first solicitude as to his recovery. HIs wife and several children survive him.

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Horne, John, of Enfield (-1900)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 17 February 1900, p. 5.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Hants County,Enfield (Hants County)

Date: 06/24/98


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 17 February 1900, p. 5:
SYDNEY, February 17 - John HORN, of Horne's Road, and Peter JAMESON, of Inverness county, were killed by a fall of stone at Reserve Mines this morning. HORNE leaves a wife and family.

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Horne, Leonard George, of Enfield (1846-1907)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 2 February 1907, p. 16.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Hants County,Enfield (Hants County)

Date: 06/15/98


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 2 February 1907, p. 16:
Died - At his late residence, Enfield, Hants County, January 25th, Leonard G. HORNE, aged sixty years and ten months.
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(Leonard G. Horne was the son of Andrew Philip HORNE and Ann (Nancy) Barbara MacDONNELL; spouse Agnes Cecilia MULCAHEY [1854-1917]- From research of Anna M. MacDonald.)

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Horne, Mrs. Drucilla (of Eastern Passage) (c.1846-1906)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 20 August 1906, p. 8.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/05/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 20 August 1906, p. 8:

Died - At South East Passage, on the 19th inst., Drucilla, wife of Henry HORNE, aged 60 years, leaving a sorrowing husband, four daughters and one son. Boston papers please copy.


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Horne, Mrs. Jerusha, of Eastern Passage (c.1880-1903)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 23 February 1903, p. 10.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/12/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 23 February 1903, p. 10:
Died - At Eastern Passage, Saturday, February 21st Jerusha, beloved wife of John H. HORNE, in the twenty-third year of her age, leaving four children to mourn the loss of a loving mother. Funeral this afternoon at 3 p.m. (Boston papers please copy.)

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Horne, Philip D., formerly of Halifax (c.1850-1904)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 11 August 1904, p. 10.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Massachusetts,Halifax (Halifax County),Massachusetts (U.S.A.)

Date: 06/24/98


The Evening Mail, Thursday, 11 August 1904, p. 10:
Deaths of former provincialists in Boston and vicinity include, ...in Winchester, Aug. 3, Philip D. HORNE, aged 54 years, formerly of Halifax.

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Hoskins (nee Horne), Mrs. Harriet J., formerly of Eastern Passage (-1904)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 4 June 1904, p. 6, 7 June 1904, p. 6.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Bright's Disease,Funeral rites,Eastern Passage (Halifax County),Massachusetts (U.S.A.)

Date: 06/23/98


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 4 June 1904, p. 6:
The very sudden death occurred in east Boston on Tuesday last of Harriet J. HASKINS, wife of Richard S. HASKINS, after only two days' illness, of acute Bright's disease. Mrs. HASKINS was a daughter of Mrs. P. HORNE, Eastern Passage. The remains arrived from Boston last night by the I.C.R. accompanied by the deceased's husband, sister and husband (Mr and Mrs. George ALVES) and her cousin, Mrs. Frank WELLS. Mrs. HASKINS leaves a baby boy ten months old. The funeral will take place on Sunday from her mother's residence. Services to be held at St. Peter's church, Cow Bay road, at 2:30.
Tuesday, 7 June 1904, p. 6:
The funeral of Mrs. R. S. HOSKINS took place Sunday afternoon from the residence of her mother, Mrs. Prevost HORNE, and thence to St. Peter's church, Cow Bay, Rev. Mr. ROY officiating. The very large attendance, in spite of the violently stormy weather, indicated the general regret at her death. Friends gathered from far and near, many driving out. The services at the house and church were beautifully appropriate to the circumstances of her death, the choir being present at the latter, and rendering the hymns, "Nearer My God to Thee" and "When Our Heads Are Bowed With Woe". Mr. ROY preached an appropriate sermon referring to the fact that the deceased lady had been a member of the church since childhood. The body was buried beside that of her father. Many beautiful flowers testified to the sympathy and regrets of friends, these being as follows:
Pillow - Husband Cross - Mrs. George ALVES Wreath - Mr. and Mrs. Harry NOBLE Bouquet of White Pinks - Mrs. G. RUSSELL and family Bouquet - Miss ROY Bouquet - Mr. and Mrs. W.S. RUSSELL Bouquet - Mr. and Mrs. ROBINSON Pillow - Mrs. (Captain) NICKERSON Bouquet - Mrs. FITZGERALD Casket piece - Mrs. GARDINER White roses - Mrs. HORSMAN White pinks - Mrs. OBERTON Crescent - Miss Fannie SUMMERS White carnations - Miss Ena A. SARRE

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Hurst, Arthur, of Canso (c.1881-1900)

Material Type: Newspaper Article

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 2 August 1900, p. 6.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Guysborough County,Canso (Guysborough County)

Date: 06/26/98


The Evening Mail, 2 August 1900, p. 6:
Canso, August 1 - A sad drowning accident occurred here this evening, in which three young men, ages from 16 to 18, lost their lives. Arthur HURST, John HORN and Clyde ROBERTS went out in the bay, in a small boat for the purpose of jigging squid, and while returning home, the boat was struck by a squall and sank with all hands within a mile from shore, before aid could reach them. Young HURST was the only support of his widowed mother. The sad event has cast a gloom over the whole neighbourhood and much sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents and relatives. None of the bodies have yet been recovered.

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Hutt, John William, of Eastern Passage (c.1884-1903)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 23 January 1903, p. 10.

Ed. Notes:

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

Date: 06/11/98


The Evening Mail, Friday, 23 January, 1903, p. 10:
The death took place at the Victoria general hospital of John William, son of Charles and Emma HUTT, of Eastern Passage. The deceased, who was 19 years of age, died after an illness of only one day. He is survived by parents and by four brothers and eight sisters. Two of the brothers are Charles and Arthur HUTT, of Quincy, Massachusetts. Among the sisters being Mrs. F. W. THORNE, Mrs. S. SIMMONS, Mrs. Thomas BISHOP, and Mrs. J. CLARKE. The time for the funeral has not yet been fixed.
The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 27 January 1903, p. 7:
The funeral of John William HUTT, of Eastern Passage, took place Sunday from his father's residence, Eastern Passage. The remains were followed to the Episcopal church where an impressive service was held by Rev. Mr. ROY, who spoke in a very feeling manner which touched the hearts of those present, especially as this promising young man was cut off in the very prime of his life, having only been laid aside by illness one day. The sympathy of the whole section goes out to the bereaved father and mother, brothers and sisters in this , their great bereavement. His sister, Mrs. Thos. BISHOP of Quincy, Mass., and his brother, Charles, of the same place, reached home too late to see their brother. The deceased was in his 19th year.

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