May 9th, 1907

The Register,

May 9, 1907

Death of Rev. S. March.

On Tuesday, April 30th, Dr. J. B. March received a telegram informing him that his father, the Rev. Stephen March, was seriously ill at his home in Bridgewater. The doctor started at once to drive to Bridgewater, but his father passed away before he could reach him. The deceased gentleman was born at Dorsetshire, England. He emigrated to Canada in the early fifties, his first parish being St. Francis, on the St. John River, afterwards at Halifax and at Canning and other stations in Nova Scotia settling in Bridgewater, where he married Miss Anna E. Keating in 1859. He leaves a widow and three sons, Dr. J. B. March, of Berwick, Dr. H. A. March, M.P.P., and Edgar March, barrister, of Bridgewater.