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#21 Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2000
#21a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - January 2, 1933.)
Mrs. J. M. Horncastle Dead.
The death occurred last night about 10 o'clock of Mrs. Rachael Young Horncastle, wife of John M. Horncastle, at the age of 77 years following an illness of about two years. Mrs. Horncastle was born at New Maryland, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John McKnight, and was the last member of the family. She had lived in Fredericton for a great many years and had many warm personal friends, who will regret her passing. She was active in the affairs of Christ Church Parish until her health began to fail and a friend to those in sorrow. She is survived by her husband, three sons, Frank and Martin C. Horncastle, Fredericton and Guy Horncastle, Prince Albert, Sask.; seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The late Roy Horncastle, who with two other sons, served in tthe Great War, died in May last. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon with prayers at the house, 355 St. John Street, at two o'clock and service at Christ Church Parish Church at 2.30 o'clock by Ven. Archdeacon Bate and interment at Rural Cemetery extension. (Handwritten at the bottom of the clipping - Jan'y 2nd 1883.)
#21b WAR VETERAN DIES.
Wilfred M. Coveney Passes in East Saint John Hospital at Age of 43 Years.
The death occurred this morning at 6.40 o'clock at East Saint John Hospital, Saint John, of Wilfred M. Coveney, at the age of 43 years.
Deceased was born at Aldershot, England, and served with the Imperial Forces in the Royal Flying Corps. He was living in Fredericton at the outbreak of the Great War and went back to rejoin the Imperial Forces. After the Armistice he returned to Fredericton and took up residence at New Maryland and engaged in farming. He was upright and honest in all his dealing with his fellow men, of sterling character and made friends wherever he went and his passing will be regretted by his family and a large circle of friends. His wife died about nine years ago and surviving are two brothers, C.J. Coveney and James Coveney, Fredericton, and three sisters, Mrs. Fred Mazerall, North Devon; Mrs. A.C. Johnston, Saint John, and Mrs. W. Garahan, London, England. A sister, Mrs. John Mazerall, died in North Devon about three months ago.
Funeral arrangements have not been completed and will be announced later.
(Handwritten at the bottom of the clipping - Jan'y 13 1933.)
#22 Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2000
McLEAN - At Newcastle Creek, N. B. September 28th, 1934, Eunice Leanna, wife of Watson G. McLean, aged forty-one years.
Funeral to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon from the home of Lemuel McLean, Marysville. Service at two o'clock by Rev. M. H. Manuel and interment in the Methodist Cemetery.
#22b CHAPPELLE - At East Saint John Hospital, Saint John, N. B., October 11th 1934, Charles Robert Chappelle, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Chappelle, aged 24 years.
Funeral from the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Frances Chappelle, 362 Saunders Street, Fredericton, on Sunday afternoon with service at 3.30 o'clock by the minister officiating that day at Wilmot Church and interment in Rural Cemetery.
STEWART - On October 1st, 1934, Mrs. Cora Stewart, widow of Nicholas Stewart of Marysville, age 65 years. Funeral from home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. B. Boudreau, Water Street, Marysville to- morrow afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. W. S. Smith and interment in Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.
#22d Anniversary of Burial
Was born at Fredericton, N. B. on April 13th, 1861, and died at New Canaan, Conn., on January 28th, 1929. His ashes are interred at Forest Hill Cemetery, Fredericton, where a granite memorial shaft marks the spot. (There is a picture of Bliss Carman with this notice. It was probably taken about 20 years before his death.
#23 Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2000
COLLINGS - At Marysville, N. B. Sept. 25th, 1934, Fred A. Collings, aged 62 years. Funeral from his late home to-morrow afternoon with services at two o'clock by Rev. W. S. Smith and interment in the Baptist cemetery.
#23b HORNCASTLE - At Fredericton, N. B., September 26, 1934, John M. Horncastle, aged 76 years. Funeral from his late home in St. John Street on Friday afternoon with prayers at two o'clock and service at the Parish Church at 2.30 o'clock by Ven. Archdeacon A. F. Bate and interment in Rural Cemetery extension.
#23c WARD - At South Devon, N. B. September 7th, 1934, Ellen M., beloved wife of George W. Ward, aged 68 years. Funeral on Sunday afternoon from her late home with service at 3.15 o'clock by Rev. W. A. Burge and Rev. Dr. F. A. Wightman and interment in Rural Cemetery.
GREEN - On September 19th, after a prolonged illness at the family residence, McAdam, N. B., Laura Lawson, widow of the late George J. Green, dearly beloved mother of (Ruth), Mrs. Vincent Price of Toronto, and (Helen), Mrs. Kenneth Travis, at home; also surviving, three sisters and three brothers. Funeral Friday, September 21. Family service at the home at 2.30 o'clock. Church service at St. George's at 3 o'clock (Ottawa Journal please copy.)
GRAHAM - At Fredericton, N. B. June 26th, 1934, Ellen F., daughter of the late Thomas and Rebecca (Fletcher) Graham, aged 67 years. Funeral from her late home in Albert Street on Thursday afternoon with prayers at 1.30 and service at the Anglican Church, New Maryland, at 2.15 o'clock by Ven. Archdeacon A. F. Bate and Rev. W. J. Bate. Interment in the churchyard adjoining.
YOUNG - At South Devon, N. B., July 28, 1934, John A. Young in the eighty-first year of his age.
Funeral from his late home in Gibson Street, South Devon, to-morrow afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. Dr. G. E. Ross, Rev. W. W. Ferguson and Rev. W. A. Burge. Interment at Taymouth, where the service will be conducted at the grave.
The casket will be opened at the grave so that friends and relatives in that district may view the remains.
Stephenson - At Victoria Public Hospital,, Fredericton, N. B., August 20th, 1934, Alice Fay, beloved wife of Harry H. Stephenson of Marysville, in her sixtieth year. Funeral from her late home in Marysville to-morrow afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment in Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.
#24 Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2000
#24a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - June 13, 1934.)
J. B. WOOD DEAD
In Hospital Few Hours When Death Occurred - Born at Rusagonis. The death occurred last night at 8.20 o'clock at Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, of James Byron Wood, after a very short illness, at the age of 36 years.
Deceased was born at Rusagonis, a son of Charles and the late Mrs. Wood. For the past ten years he had been residing at Minto where he was an accountant. Sunday he complained of not feeling well but paid no attention to it. Yesterday morning his condition was such that he was brought to the hospital at 11 o'clock, suffering with throat trouble and last night his death followed. He was a young man of many fine traits, courteous to everyone, a kind and loving husband and father and his death will be learned of with sincere regret by his many friends in different parts of Canada and the United States. He is survived by his widow, formerly Miss Viola M. Smith, of Nasonworth; two children, Carol and Merilyn Dawn; his father, Charles Wood; a brother, John R. Wood, of Rusagonis, and five sisters, Mrs. R. S. Gregg, Port William, N. B.; Mrs. Haviland Hovey, Moncton; Mrs. Earl Fraser, Fredericton, and Mrs. Harold Foster, Minto. His mother died in 1929 and last December, a brother, Burton Wood, died from monoxide poisoning.
The funeral will take place on Saturday afternoon from the home of his father at Rusagonis where service will be conducted at two o'clock by Rev. Mr. Ricker and interment made at Rusagonis.
ROBINSON - James Robinson, at the residence of Mrs. Mabel Mackie, Marysville, February 16, 1933. Funeral Friday evening at 7.30. No flowers by request.
HIGGINS - At Marysville, N. B., July 12, 1934. Elizabeth, widow of Hugh Higgins, in her seventy-fourth year.
Funeral from her late home to-morrow afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. W. S. Smith and interment in the Untied Baptist Cemetery.
MacDOWELL - Fell softly asleep at Marysville, N. B., June 28th, 1934, Helen Mae, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R. MacDowell, aged 15 months.
Funeral from the home of Mrs. Alice Meahan, Bridge Street, Marysville, to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. M. H. Mason and interment in the Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.
#25 Date: Sat, 22 Jul 2000
#25a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Sept 15, 1933.)
OLIVER T. SMITH DIED HERE TO-DAY
Represented St. Anne's Ward at Council Board - Door-keeper at Legislature.
The death occurred at an early hour this morning of Oliver Thomas Smith at his home, 218 George Street, after some weeks illness at the age of 69 years.
Deceased was born in Fredericton, a son of the late Moses and Elizabeth (Cook) Smith. He lived all his life in Fredericton and early in life learned his trade at shoemaking and was for some years in the employ of one of the larrigan factories. He was door-keeper at the New Brunswick Legislative Building and held the office at the time of his death. He was also a member of the session of St. Paul's United Church and prominent in all its activities. He represented St. Anne's Ward at the City Council for a number of years and he was appointed an assistant assessor of Fredericton in 1929, holding that position at the time of his death. He was a man of most pleasing personality, one with whom it was always a pleasure to converse. He was a kind father and devoted husband and will be missed in his home, the church and city. He was in earlier life prominently identified with the 71st York Battalion and known throughout the province. He is survived by his widow, three daughters, Mrs. Maurice Perley, South Devon; Mrs. Esmond Butland, West Saint John, and Mrs. Lewis Murdock, at home; one brother, Frank Smith, Fredericton, and six sisters; Mrs. A. Agnes Kerr, Mrs. Edward McGinn, Mrs. John Bonnar, Miss Evelyn Smith, Fredericton; Mrs. Fannie Brown, Saint John, and Mrs. Sadie Weldon, Newburyport, Mass.
The funeral will take place on Friday afternoon with prayers at the house at 2.10 o'clock by Rev. George Telford and service at St. Paul's United Church at 2.30 o'clock by Mr. Telford and interment in Rural
Cemetery. The flag at City Hall is flying half-mast in tribute to Mr. Smith.
POND - At Marysville, N. B., April 21st, 1933, John R. Pond, aged 75 years.
Funeral from his late home Monday afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. E. R. MacWilliam and interment in the Baptist Cemetery.
#26 Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000
#26a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Nov. 5, 1933.)
DR. GERRARD PASSES.
Resident of Fredericton For Past 23 Years - Native of Manchester, England
The death occurred yesterday afternoon at his home 571 King Street of Dr. William Gerrard, after a short illness in the sixty-fifth year of his age.
Deceased was born in Manchester, England, and a graduate of Owens College now Victoria University, London, England. He practised his profession in Gateshead for a number of years and before coming to Canada was an all round athlete, and a lover of the outdoors. To his intimate friends he was a scholarly gentleman, well read and versed in all the happenings of the world. About 23 years ago he came to Fredericton and although of a retired nature he made many fast friends during the practise of his profession. Although not in the best of health for some time the end which came with unexpected suddenness yesterday afternoon at 1.30 o'clock will be learned of with sincere regret. He is survived by one son, Hamilton Gerrard, Fredericton; three daughters, Mrs. James E. Rogers, New York City, who will arrive here tomorrow noon, and Misses Vallerie and Enid, at home; also two sisters, Mrs. Grace Turner and Mrs. Joshua Wood, of Manchester, England.
The funeral will take place on Tuesday afternoon with service at his late home at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. W. J. bate and interment at Rural Cemetery extension.
STAPLES - At Marysville, N. B. March 14th 1933, Annie C., beloved wife of Moses Staples, in her 69th year.
Funeral from her late home to-morrow afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. E. R. MacWilliams, assisted by Rev. Mr. Sabine and Rev. Mr. Manuel, and interment made in the United Church of Canada Cemetery, Marysville.
STAFFORD - Suddenly at Marysville, N. B. on May 31st 1932, George W. Stafford, aged 71 years.
Funeral from his late home to-morrow afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. M. H. Manuel and interment in the United Church of Canada Cemetery.
#26d (Hand written at the top of the clipping - Nov. 8th 1932.)
HANSON - At Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N. B., on November 8th, as result of injuries received in auto accident, Ralph Hanson, Marysville, aged 36 years.
Funeral from his late home at Marysville on Friday afternoon with service at 2.45 o'clock by Rev. M. H. Manuel and interment at Marysville.
#27 Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2000
#27a (Handwritten at the bottom of the clipping - May 5, 1933.)
Died at Beaver Dam.
The death occurred at Beaver Dam, York county, yesterday afternoon of Thomas H. O'Leary, after two and a half months illness at the age of 72 years. Deceased was a well known farmer in that section of the county, highly respected, and his death will be regretted. He is survived by his widow, Craleba; three sons, Guy and Harry, at home; Allen, Fredericton, six daughters, Mrs. Fred Nesbitt of Oliver, B. C.; Mrs. Wesley Fletcher and Mrs. George Ball, New Maryland; Mrs. Ernest Corning, St. Stephen; Mrs. Donald Mazerall, Fredericton, and Mrs. Thomas Legassie, New Maryland; two brothers and a sister, Charles D. O'Leary, Sand Point, Idaho; Hugh I. O'Leary, Fredericton, and Mrs. John Fletcher, New Maryland. The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon under the auspices of Rusagonis L. O. L. No. 22. Prayers at the house at 1 o'clock and service at the Church of England, New Maryland, at 2 o'clock by Ven. Archdeacon Bate and interment in the Church of England Cemetery, New Maryland.
#27b (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Sept. 6, 1930.)
Mrs. John Noble.
Bright, N. B., Sept. 6 - The funeral of the late Mrs. John Noble, of Brewers' Mills, was held at half-past one o'clock on Saturday afternoon last. The service was held in St. Peter's Church at Brewers' Mills, being conducted by Rev. H. F. Rigby assisted by Mr. S. L. Pollard. Rev. H. F. Rigby, priest in charge of the parish of Caribou, in Maine, preached the funeral sermon. The interment was in St. Paul's cemetery at Zealand.
The late Mrs. Noble passed away after a lingering illness on Thursday, September 4th, at the residence of her son in Caribou, Maine. She was fifty-five years of age at the time of her death. Mrs. Noble is survived by her husband and by her two sons, William and Eugene, both of whom reside in Caribou.
#27c (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - June 11, 1930.)
Death at Marysville.
The death occurred at Marysville on Friday, June 11th, of John Andrews after a lengthy illness. Deceased, who was sixty-six years of age, is survived by his widow, one son, John V., and one daughter, Carrie L.; also one sister, Mrs. Agnes Miller, of Boston. Funeral services will be conducted at his late residence, Morrison Street, by Rev. G. W. Fisher, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment will be made in the Methodist cemetery.
#28 Date: Wed, 26 Jul 2000
#28a LATE HAZEN A. SHAW.
Many at Funeral This Afternoon of Young Man Killed in Automobile Accident
The funeral of the late Hazen A. Shaw took place this afternoon from St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church where the body rested from noon until three o'clock. Service was conducted by Rev. D. Cunningham-Munroe, formerly of Scotland and many friends were at the service. There were many beautiful floral tributes from friends and relatives and interment was made in the Church of England cemetery at New Maryland where the committal prayers were read by Rev. W. J. Bate. The pall bearers were all friends of deceased, Gregory Rowan, Douglas McLaggan, Walter Niles, Lloyd Baxter, Donald Yerxa and Jack Fraser.
From noon until the hour of the service many friends of the deceased visited the church and paid a last tribute of respect to his memory and expressed sympathy for the family so tragically bereaved.
#28b In sad and loving memory of Hazen Shaw, who passed away August 29, 1933.
There is some one who misses you sadly,
And find the time long since you went.
There is some one who thinks of you always,
And tries to be brave and content.
Gone is the face we loved so dear,
Silent the voice we loved to hear;
‘Tis sad but true, we wonder why,
The best are always the first to die.
Sadly missed by WIFE, DAUGHTER, MOTHER, BROTHERS and SISTERS
PICKARD - Fell softly asleep at Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, March 14th, 1936, Kathryn Ann, darling daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David G. Pickard, aged four and a half months. Funeral from the bereaved home, 220 Victoria Street, to-morrow afternoon with service at two o'clock by Venerable Archdeacon A. F. Bate and interment in Rural Cemetery extension.
CLOWATER - At Fredericton, N. B., on July 22nd, 1937, Margaret May, beloved wife of Ernest W. Clowater, aged forty-three years. Funeral tomorrow afternoon from the home of her brother, Harry Lipsett, New Maryland. Prayers at the house at Two o'clock and service in the United Church of Canada by Rev. George Telford, B. D., M.A., and interment in New Maryland cemetery.
MORGAN - Entered into rest at Nasonworth, N. B., April 6, 1937, William Harris Morgan, aged 71 years. Funeral from the late home tomorrow afternoon with prayers at 2.30 o'clock followed by service at Baptist Church, Nasonworth by Rev. Mr. Ricker. Interment at Nasonworth.
#29 Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2000
SHAW - At Marysville, N. B. November 4th, 1937, Ida Jane Shaw, daughter of the late William and Jane (Haining) Shaw, New Maryland. Funeral from her late home in Marysville tomorrow afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. Dr. George E. Ross and Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment made in New Maryland following committal service by Mr. Smith.
#29b Died in Marysville.
The death occurred late yesterday afternoon at her home in Marysville of Miss Ida Jane Shaw, after an illness of two years. Miss Shaw was born in New Maryland, a daughter of the late William and Jane (Haining) Shaw. She lived for a time in New Maryland, when a young woman went to Marysville where she resided until her death. She was well known and highly respected not only in New Maryland but in Marysville and many will learn with regret of her passing. She is survived by a sister Miss Ellen M. Shaw, Marysville, and 11 nephews and nieces. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon from her late home in Morrison Street. Service will be conducted at two o'clock by Rev. Dr. George E. Ross and Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment made in New Maryland where the committal service will be conducted by Mr. Smith.
#29c Buried This Afternoon.
The funeral of the late Miss Ida J. Shaw took place this afternoon from her late home in Marysville and was attended by many friends and relatives. Service at the house was conducted by Rev. Dr. G. E. Ross assisted by Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment made in the New Maryland Cemetery following committal service by Rev. Mr. Smith. The chief mourners were Roy Shaw, Irvine Shaw, Roland Shaw, Frederick Shaw, Lloyd Shaw, Edgar T. Everett, Ralph Hanson, David Pickard, Harry Harris, Robert Charters, Roy Charters, Alex. Brewer, Burton Brewer, Lee Haining, George Haining, Robert Rossborough, Fred Bailey, George Morgan, Frank Gereau. The pall-bearers were Fred Bailey, George Morgan, George A. Papley, Arthur Watts, John Stephenson, Frank Collings.
GRIFFITHS - Entered into rest at Fredericton, N. B., September 7, 1937, Annie Mary, beloved wife of Benjamin J. Griffiths. Funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon with service at the late home at 2.30 o'clock by the Rebekah Lodge followed by a funeral service conducted by Rev. Dr. Bartlett, pastor of Wilmot United Church. Interment in the Rural Cemetery Extension.
#30 Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2000
#30a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - March 2nd, 1938.)
DIED IN MARYSVILLE.
Mrs. Albert E. Smith, Aged 84, Was Well Known and Respected.
The death occurred at Marysville last night of Mrs. Frances Louise Smith, wife of Albert E. Smith, at the age of 84 years. Mrs. Smith was born at Jacksonville but had lived for a great many years at Marysville where she was held in the highest esteem by all who knew her. She was most active in the affairs of the church of which she was a member, even after she was unable to attend service, and also deeply interested in the affairs of the town, working for its betterment. She was also kind and considerate to those less fortunate than herself and many will learn of her death with sincere regret. She had only been ill a short time and her death comes as a surprise to many. She is survived by her husband, four sons, Fraser Smith, Anaconda, Mont.; Roy E. Smith, Boston;
Herbert Smith, Devon; and four daughters, Mrs. James Mellen, Holden, Mass.; Miss Jennie Smith, R. N., San Diego, Chili; Mrs. J. B. Armstrong, Detroit, and Mrs. Arthur Tait, Marysville.
The funeral will take place Saturday afternoon with service at her late home at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment made in the United Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.
SMITH - Entererd into rest at Marysville, N. B. March 19th, 1938, Mrs. Catherine Smith, widow of Cornelius A. Smith, aged ninety-two years. Funeral from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harold F. Fisher, on Monday afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment in the Nashwaak Village Cemetery.
CHARTERS - At Fredericton, N. B. on November 29th, 1936, Mrs. Lavina A. Charters, widow of James Charters, aged seventy-eight years. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clara Hudson, Marysville, at 2.30 o'clock. Service by Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment in Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.
CHARTERS - At New Maryland, N. B. May 29, 1935, Charles Charters, aged eighty-one years. Funeral from his late home on Friday afternoon with service at the house by Rev. Charles Foote at 2 p. m. and interment in Rural Cemetery at Fredericton, N. B.