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#31 Date: Sun, 30 Jul 2000

#31a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - 1938.)
DIED BREWER'S MILLS.
Mrs. H. B. Brewer, Ill Few Days Died at Age of 39.
        Brewer's Mills, Feb. 14 - Once again our community has been shocked and saddened to learn of the death of Mrs. H. Burton Brewer which occurred at her home February 4th after two days illness at the early age of 39 years.  Mrs. Brewer was a woman of sterling character and strongly
devoted to her church of which she strived to help build in this neighborhood and longed to see its completion.  She was also president of the Church Aid, first helping to organize the Aid and president ever since its organization 18 years ago.  Mrs. Brewer was always willing to give of her help in trouble or sickness of any kind and will be greatly missed by young and old alike.
        Besides her husband, she leaves a daughter, Margaret and son, Irvine, at home; a sister, Mrs. Leo Furlong, Rochester, N. H., a half-brother, Frank White of Woodstock, N. B. and many other near relatives to mourn.
        The funeral was held Sunday, February 8th, and was one of the largest seen for some time, people coming from far and near to pay respect to the deceased, and was conducted by Rev. E. D. McQueen with prayers at her late home followed with service in St. Peter's Church, in this place
and interment in the family lot, St. Paul's cemetery, Zealand Station. The pall-bearers were Dow Price, Charles Hanson, Frank Merrithew and Raymond Brewer.

#31b The Late Frank Pettigrove.
        The funeral of the late Frank Pettigrove took place this afternoon from his late home in Marysville following a private service for the family. At the Main Street Baptist Church a service was conducted by Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment made in the Baptist Cemetery.  The funeral
was largely attended and beautiful floral tributes were silent expressions of sympathy and respect. The chief mourners were Horace Pettigrove, James MacDowell, sr., William Cain, Robert Cain, William Cameron, Fred White, William Rideout, Norman Neild, Don Cain, Gerald Cain, Henry White, Allan White, Phillip Desaulniers, His Worship Mayor Walker and members of the Town Council, Harry Osborne, Percy Long, George A. Tapley, Thomas MacDowell, Irvine Wade, Byron Moore, members of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. The pall bearers were Ernest Logan, Newton Stafford, William J. Markey, Fred Taylor, Ford Bailey, Fred Gamble, all members of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen.


#32 Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2000

#32a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Nov 29, 1933.)
Death of Mrs. E. Moffitt.
        The death occurred yesterday afternoon at the home of her brother-in-law, Charles E. Scott, 531 Charlotte Street, of Mrs. Elizabeth Moffitt, widow of Charles E. Moffitt, after 11 months illness
at the age of 67 years. Deceased suffered a stroke of paralysis and never recovered.  She was a woman of strong Christian character, a lover of her home and family, and although she did not take an active part in affairs of the church and community she gave willingly and many will miss her kind ministrations, and her death will be learned of with regret. She was born in Fredericton, a daughter of the late John and Mary (Edgar) Kirk and lived here all her life. She is survived by a daughter, Myrtle L. Moffitt, Fredericton; a brother, Councillor William E. Kirk, New Maryland; two sisters, Mrs. Joseph P. McPeake and Mrs. Dell McKnight, Fredericton, and two cousins, James Tait and Miss Emily Tait, Charlottetonwn, P. E. I.  The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon from 531 Charlotte Street, service will be conducted at two o'clock by Rev. George Telford and interment at Rural Cemetery.

#32b (Handwritten at the bottom of the clipping - Janr'y 12, 1933.)
Died in Stamford, Conn.
        The death occurred yesterday in Stamford, Conn., of James H. Smith in the eighty third year of his age. Mr. Smith was born at Beaverdam, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nehemiah Smith. Early in life he came to Fredericton to live and for a long period of years was employed by the University of New Brunswick. Later he was in the service of the Provincial Government being a doorkeeper at the Parliament Buildings during the sessions of the Legislature. About 10 years ago he went to Stamford to reside with his son. Many old friends will remember Mr. Smith for his kindly and courteous manner. He is survived by one son, John C. Smith, formerly, of Fredericton; three brothers, Israel Smith, Beaverdam; Nehemiah Smith, Rusagonis; Alfred Smith, Marysville; two
sisters, Mrs. L. A. Charters, Fredericton, and Mrs. Wm. H. Jud__?, Anaconda, Mont.  The body will arrive here Saturday by C. P. R. and the funeral will take place on Sunday afternoon from the home of Roy C. Robertson 348 Charlotte Street, with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. M. H. Mason and interment at Rural Cemetery.
(There is a bad place in the clipping so that I have had to guess from what is showing that Mrs. Charters lived in Fredericton, and that the other sister was from Anaconda, Montana. The only thing readable in the second sister's surname is"Jud" with, judging by the space, three or four more letters after that.)

#32c DIED
STAPLES - At Marysville, N. B., May 5, 1935, Moses Staples, aged 78 years.
        Funeral on Monday afternoon with service by Rev. M. H. Manuel assisted by Rev. F. A. Dunlap and Rev. J. A. Sabine and interment in the Marysville Cemetery.


#33 Date: Tue, 01 Aug 2000

#33a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Aug. 6, 1934.)
The Late Mrs. Marven Minue.
        The funeral of the late Mrs. Marven Minue took place yesterday afternoon from her late home in Marysville and was largely attended by friends and relatives.  Rev. Mr. Sabine of the Reformed Baptist Church conducted the service at the house and grave while a male quartette sang several hymns.  There were many beautiful floral tributes, silent tribute to the deceased.  Interment was made at Penniac. The pall-bearers were Frederick Robinson, Norman Cochrane, David Saunders,
Thomas Mitchell. The chief mourners wee Marven Minue, Fraser Minue, Percy W. Minue, Peter Haines, Ernest Haines, William Jamieson, Thomas Mitchell, Marvin Mitchell, Percy Hughes, Zellan Bunker, Harry Elder, William Seymour, Miles Jones, Harding Jones, J. B. McInnis, Fred Day, George Smith, the Mayor and Town Council of Marysville, Michael Blair. The late Mrs. Minue was a woman with many warm personal friends, a lover of her home and family, active in the church and Sunday School, and one at all times ready to lend a hand to those in trouble or sorrow, and her
death caused general regret wherever she was known.

#33b (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - Aug. 1933)
Died in Minnesota.
        Word has been received here of the death at Saint Paul, Minn. On Monday last of Mrs. Ludlow Hodgson at the age of 54 years.  Deceased was born at New Maryland, before marriage being Miss Bertha McKnight. She removed to the United States some years ago and four years ago visited her old home.  She was well known and highly respected and news of her death will be learned of with regret.  She is survived by her husband, a daughter, Myrtle, St. Paul, Minn.; two sons, Chester and Guy Hodgson, Brownville, Me., and a sister, Mrs. Walter Fisher, Fredericton.  The body was brought east to Brownville and the funeral will take place there to-morrow afternoon.  Mrs. Fisher is leaving this evening for Brownville to attend the funeral.  The late Dell McKnight was a brother.

#33c DIED
TITUS - At Marysville, N. B., May 20th 1937, George W. Titus, son of the late Hugh C. and Mary Titus, aged sixty-six years.
        Funeral from his late home Saturday afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. M. D. Oliver and interment in United Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.

#33d WEDDALL - Suddenly on April 12, 1932, Bessie B. Weddall, wife of Charles H. Weddall, aged 55 years.
        Funeral from her late home, 316 George Street, to-morrow afternoon, with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. J. W. Bartlett and interment at Rural Cemetery.


#34 Date: Wed, 02 Aug 2000

#34a DIED.
TRIBE - At Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N. B., February 19th, 1937, Mrs. Mary Ann Tribe, widow of Timothy Tribe, Marysville, aged ninety-one years.
        Body will be taken to Untied Church of Canada Marysville, to-morrow afternoon at two o'clock, where it will rest until 2.30 o'clock when Rev. M. D. Oliver will conduct the service and interment be made in the United Church of Canada Cemetery, Marysville.

#34b EDDINGTON - At Hanwell Road, Fredericton, N. B., February 19th, 1937, Mrs. Catherine Muir Eddington, wife of William J. Eddington, aged 67 years.
        Funeral from her late home on Monday afternoon with service at 1.30 o'clock by Rev. George Telford and interment in Rural Cemetery extension.

#34c ESTABROOKS - At Marysville, N. B., on February 20th, 1937, James Alexander Estabrooks, aged 80 years.
        Funeral from his late home on Monday afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. W. S. Smith and interment in Penniac Cemetery.

#34d DALEY - At Marysville, N. B. January 8th, 1936, Annie E., beloved wife of W. Cameron Daley, in the 60th year of her age.
        Funeral from her late home to-morrow (Friday) afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. W. S. Smith and interment in United Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.

#34e Died at Marysville.
        The death occurred at Marysville last night after some weeks illness of Mrs. Annie E. Daley, wife of W. Cameron Daley, in the sixtieth year of her age.  Deceased was born in Saint John a daughter of the late David and Ann (Thompson) Lockard, natives of Ireland.  For the past 43 years
she had resided at Marysville where she was known for her great interest in all things pertaining to the good of the community.  She was a loving wife and mother, ready at all times to help in sorrow or trouble and many will miss her kindly ministrations.  She will also be missed in the United Baptist Church where she was active in various organizations. She is survived by her husband, three sons, Loring and Cecil Daley, of Marysville, and Milton Daley, of Fredericton; four daughters, Mrs. Gordon Lowe, Randolph, N. H.; Mrs. Irma Gordon, Philadelphia; Mrs. John Arnold, Marysville, and Miss Josephine Daley, at home, and a sister, Mrs. Martha B. Travis, Newark, N. J.  The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon with service at her late home at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. W. S. Smith and interment in United Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.

#34f NASON - Fell softly asleep on December 8th, 1935, at her home, 673 Scully Street, Fredericton, N. B., Ella M., beloved wife of Azor Nason, aged 70 years.
        Funeral from her late home to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. John Linton and interment in Rural Cemetery Extension, Fredericton.


#35 Date: Thu, 03 Aug 2000

#35a (Handwritten at the bottom of the clipping - May 24th, 1936)
DIED SUDDENLY
H.A.B. Culligan, with Canadian Express Company for 26 Years, Was Well Known.
        News of the death on Sunday night of Henry (Harry) A. B. Culligan at this home in York Street came as a shock to his many friends and relatives as few were aware of his illness.  He had not been well for a week but expected to be back at work this morning.
        Mr. Culligan was born in Fredericton forty years ago and had lived his entire life here. At a very early age he entered the service of the Canadian Pacific Express and for 26 years had been in the service as express messenger and clerk.  In his years of service he gave complete satisfaction to those who had dealings with him and his kindly greeting will be missed. He was a member of the choir of Wilmot Church and gave freely of his talent in every good cause. He was also a member of
Wilmot Brotherhood and active in affairs of the church generally. He was a grandson of the late Henry B. (Uncle Henry) Braithwaite and at a very early age accompanied his grandfather on many of his trips into the Miramichi woods. He had many fine qualities which made him friends and
in his home and private life he was a devoted father and son. He was twice married and is survived by his second wife, who was Greta M. Shaw, and two children by his first marriage, Bertram and Frances; his mother, Mrs. Harriet Culligan; a half-sister, Mrs. Guy Matthews, South Devon, and an aunt, Mrs. Albert Ashford, Fredericton.
        The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon with service at his late home, 291 York Street, at 2.30 o'clock by rev. J. W. Bartlett, and interment in Wilmot section of Rural Cemetery.

#35b DIED
GILMAN - Suddenly at Fredericton, N. B. December 27th, 1935, Frederick Gilman, aged twenty- five years.
        Private prayers at the home in Shore Street to-morrow afternoon at 2.15 o'clock and public service in Christ Church Parish Church at 2.40 o'clock by Ven. Archdeacon A. F. Bate, assisted by Rev. H.T. Buckland, and interment in Rural Cemetery.

#35c ESTABROOKS - Fell softly asleep at Marysville, N. B., December 28th, 1935, Myrtle Maxine Estabrooks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wendall Estabrooks, aged fifteen months.
        Funeral from home of parents to-morrow afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. W. S. Smith and interment in Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.


#36 Date: Fri, 04 Aug 2000

#36a DIED.
SHAW Entered into rest at Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N. B. on March 2nd, 1937, Mrs. Annie C. Shaw, widow of Robert J. Shaw, New Maryland, aged sixty-two years.
        Funeral tomorrow afternoon from the home of Mrs. A. C. Fleming, 379 Charlotte Street.  Service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. Dr. George E. Ross and interment in Rural Cemetery extension.

#36b Death of Mrs. Robert Shaw.
        Friends everywhere will learn with deep regret of the death yesterday afternoon in Victoria Public Hospital of Mrs. Annie C. Shaw, widow of Robert J. Shaw of New Maryland, aged 62 years.  Deceased was born at Springhill but early in life removed to New Maryland with her parents, the late David and Anne (McKay) Sinclair. She was one of the best known women in New Maryland, being for a time president of the New Maryland Women's Institute and active in the affairs of Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church. She was possessed of a quiet unassuming manner, one who always looked on the bright side of life and by her bright disposition cheered others. In her home she was known for her kindness and hospitality and her death will leave a void in the community.  She had not been in good health for some time but had only been really ill since February 14th.  Three days ago she was admitted to the hospital and her death ensued late yesterday afternoon.  Mr. Shaw died in 1928 and surviving are two sons, Roland B. Shaw, Fredericton, and Frederick
W. Shaw, New Maryland; three daughters, Mrs. E. P. Everett, Marysville; Mrs. Greta Culligan, New Maryland, and Miss Ethel Shaw, at home; three brothers, David Sinclair, Fredericton; Wm. Sinclair, New Maryland, and Robert Sinclair, Dorchester, and a sister, Mrs. A. C. Fleming of Fredericton.  The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon with service at the home of her sister, Mrs. Fleming, 379 Charlotte Street, at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. Dr. Geo. E. Ross and interment in Rural Cemetery
extension.

#36c DIED.
STAPLES At Marysville, N. B., April 24th, 1935, Elbridge B. Staples, aged seventy-two years.
        Funeral from his late home to-morrow afternoon with prayers at 2.30 o'clock followed by service at United Baptist Church by Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment in Baptist Cemetery.  Members of the Oddfellows Lodge will attend in a body and carry out their ritual at the grave.

#36d GIBSON At Marysville, N. B., September 30th, 1935, Alice, widow of John Gibson, aged seventy-five years.
        Funeral from her late home to-morrow afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. Mr. Oliver and interment in the family plot in the United Church of Canada Cemetery at Marysville.


#37 Date: Sun, 06 Aug 2000

#37a DIED.
LOVETT At Victoria Public Hospital.  Fredericton, N. B., May 25th, 1937, Mrs. Mary a. Lovett, wife of James A. Lovett, Marysville, aged 73 years.
        Funeral will take place on Saturday afternoon from the United Church of Canada where the body will rest from 11.30 o'clock Saturday morning until the hour of the service, two o'clock.  Rev. M. D. Oliver will conduct the service and interment made in United Baptist Cemetery.

#37b (Hand written at the bottom of the clipping - Aug. 29, 1936.)
Died at Marysville.
        The death occurred at Marysville on Saturday night of Frederick Dawson Hersey, at the age of 40 years after a few months illness. Deceased was born at Newark, N. J., but for the past 13 years had resided in Marysville where he was employed as a weaver with the Canadian Cottons,
Ltd.  He was well known and highly respected not only by those employed with him but all who knew him and his death will be learned of with regret.  He was a member of Nashwaak Lodge, I. O. O. F. and active in its work. He is survived by two brothers, Frank and Ernest, in King's County. The funeral took place this afternoon with prayers at the house at 2.10 o'clock and service in the United Church of Canada at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. W. S. Smith and Rev. D. R. Chowen and interment made in
the Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.

#37c DIED.
BOYLE At the home of her parents, June 21st, 1937, Mrs. Ruth McMurtrie Boyle, beloved  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. McMurtrie, aged 36 years and one day.
        Funeral tomorrow afternoon from the home of her parents, Maryland Hill, with service at 1.30 o'clock by Rev. Dr. J. W. Bartlett and interment made in The Barony Cemetery.

#37d WIBBERLEY At Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N. B., June 22nd, 1937, Helen Mary Wibberley, beloved and only child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles William Wibberley, Marysville, aged 19 years.
        Funeral from her late home in Marysville, Thursday afternoon, with service at one o'clock by Venerable Archdeacon S. C. Gray and body taken to Canterbury for interment.

#37e DIED.
ELDER At Marysville, N. B., February 7th, 1936, Mrs. Eliza H. Elder, widow of Nathaniel Elder, aged 72 years.
        Funeral from her late home to-morrow afternoon with service at three o'clock by Rev. M. D. Oliver assisted by Rev. W. S. Smith, and interment made in United Church of Canada Cemetery, Marysville.

#37f GILMORE At Penniac, N. B., February 7th, 1936, Mrs. Grace Gilmore,
widow of Gordon Gilmore, aged sixty-five years.
        Funeral to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon from the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Robinson, Marysville.  Service at two o'clock by Rev. W. Steadman
Smith and Rev. F. A. Dunlap and interment in the Baptist Cemetery,
Marysville.


#38 Date: Wed, 09 Aug 2000

#38a DIED. FLOWERS = At Marysville, N. B., on August 26th, 1936, Miss Rose Ann Flowers, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Flowers, Hartland, aged 65 years. Funeral from the home of her sister, Mrs. John Hughes, Marysville, tomorrow afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment in the Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.

#38b DALEY = At Marysville, N. B., August 24, 1937, J. W. Cameron Daley, age= d sixty-five years. Funeral from his late home Thursday afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment made in the Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.

#38c DIED. POND = Passed away at Marysville, N. B., February 4th, 1935, Julia Margaret, widow of the late Sanford Pond, age sixty-five years.= ("sixty-five" is crossed out and either an "8" or a "6" with an arrow through it followed by a "2" is hand written on the clipping.) Funeral on Wednesday afternoon with prayers at the home at two o'clock followed by service at Baptist Church by Rev. Steadman Smith. Interment at Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.

#38d STEWART =97 At Victoria Public Hospital Fredericton, N. B., February 3, 1935, Della Maude beloved wife of Lawrence Stewart, aged 27 years. Funeral from her late home, 537 King Street, Tuesday afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. F. A. Watson and Rev. G. W. Guiou, and interment in the Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.

#38e DIED. STEPHENSON = 97 At Marysville, N. B., on August 27th, 1937, Mrs. Augusta A. Stephenson, widow of David Stephenson, aged ninety-six years. Funeral tomorrow afternoon from the home of her son John Stephenson, with service at two o'clock by Rev. M. D. Oliver and interment made in Methodist Cemetery, Marysville.

#38f DIED. COLLINGS = 97 Entered into rest at Marysville, N. B. April 1st, 1937, Mrs. Jane Collings, aged seventy-five years, widow of the late William Collings. Funeral will take place on Saturday afternoon with service at the home at 2 p. m. by Rev. M. D. Oliver. Interment will be made in the Baptist Cemetery, Marysville, N. B.

#38g DIED. CLAYTON = At Auburn, Me., June 17th, 1935, Samuel Clayton, formerly of Marysville. Body will arrive in Fredericton on Wednesday at noon and be taken to the home of Ben Fullerton, Marysville. Funeral will take place on Wednesday afternoon with service by Rev. W. B. Smith and interment at Marysville.

#38h PETERSON = Entered into rest at Marysville, N. B., June 17th, 1935, Matilda R., beloved wife of Thomas A. Peterson, in her 50th year. Funeral from her late home Wednesday afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock to Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment in the Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.


#39 Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2000

#39a (Handwritten at the top of the clipping - June 3rd, 1933.)
The funeral of the late Mrs. Emma Morgan Tracy, took place Saturday afternoon from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Nason, to the United Baptist Church, with interment in Tracy cemetery. Rev. Hugh G. Westrup officiated. The floral tributes were many and beautiful, and the funeral largely attended by friends and relatives. Mrs. Morgan was a life member of the True Blue Lodge and was buried under the funeral rites of that order. The pall-bearers were H. E. Tracy, Elman Webb, Willard Thomas, Ernest Nason.

#39b DIED. STEWART = At Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N. B., April 13th, 1934, Max Stewart of Marysville, aged 61 years. Funeral from his late home at Marysville to-morrow afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. W. Steadman Smith, and interment in the Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.

#39c McLEAN = At Marysville, N. B., April 12th, 1934, Fannie, beloved wife o= f Lemuel W. McLean, aged 80 years. Funeral from her late home to-morrow afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. M. H. Manuel and interment in the Methodist Cemetery.

#39d EVERETT = At Marysville, N. B., on January 26th, 1936, Mrs. Lucy Amelia Everett, widow of H. P. Everett, aged 73 years. Funeral from her late home to-morrow afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment in Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.

#39e MacPHERSON = At Marysville, N. B., September 12, 1936, Mrs. Charlotte Morrell MacPherson, widow of Andrew D. MacPherson, aged 78 years. Funeral from her late home in Marysville to-morrow afternoon with service at 3.30 o'clock by Rev. M. D. Oliver and interment in Rural Cemetery, Fredericton.

#39f BORN. McNALLY = At Maplewood, N. J. on December 18th, 1936, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Osborne McNally (Edith M. Jones), a son.

#39g DIED. ROSS = At Fredericton, N. B., December 19th, 1936, George W. Ross, in the ninety-first year of his age. Funeral from home of his daughter, Mrs. C. E. MacLean, 204 Aberdeen Street, on Monday afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. Dr. G. E. Ross, and interment in Rural Cemetery.

#39h DIED. CHARTERS = At New Maryland, N. B., June 9th, 1936, Jeremiah Charters, aged eighty-seven years. Funeral from his late home on Thursday afternoon at two o'clock to the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, where service will be conducted by Rev. W. J. Bate and interment made in New Maryland.


#40 Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2000

#40a DIED. MacDOWELL = Entered into rest at Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N. B., June 8th 1937, Helen Fern MacDowell, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas MacDowell, Marysville, age 46 years. Funeral from her late home in Marysville on Thursday afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment in United Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.

#40b CARD OF THANKS. The family of the late Wilfrid Young wish to express grateful thanks for the many acts of kindness and sympathy shown them in their recent sad bereavement, the long distance telephone operators, those who loaned cars, sent beautiful flowers, or in any way assisted at the time of the death of Mr. Young.

#40c DIED. YOUNG = Entered into rest at Marysville, N. B. June 4th, 1937, Wilfrid Young, aged sixty-five years. Funeral from his late home in Marysville tomorrow afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. W. Steadman Smith and interment in Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.

#40d MOORE = At Fredericton, N. B., October 28th, 1933, Christina, widow of Joseph Moore, aged 72 years. Funeral from her late home, 287 Westmorland Street, on Monday afternoon. Service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. J. W. Bartlett and interment at Rural Cemetery.

#40e STAFFORD = At Marysville, N. B., on October 27th 1933, Emma B., beloved wife of Samuel J. Stafford, in her sixty-eighth year. Funeral from her late home on Monday afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. M. H. Manuel and interment in the United Church of Canada Cemetery, Marysville.

#40f DIED. CROCKET = Entered into rest at Fredericton, N. B., November 15th, 1937, Dr. William Caldwell Crocket, aged seventy-seven years. Funeral from his late home, 171 Church Street, on Wednesday afternoon with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. Dr. George E. Ross, and interment in Rural Cemetery, Fredericton.

#40g ALLEN = Entered into rest at South Devon, N. B., November 14th, 1937, Mrs. Lydia Allen, widow of Joseph L. Allen, aged 97 years and seven months. Funeral from the home of her son, G. Fred Pond, South Devon, tomorrow afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. D. L. Kennedy and interment in the cemetery at Marysville.

#40h DIED. PETERSON = At Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N. B., June 22, 1937, Howard Peterson, beloved son of Clarence and Nora (Higgins) Peterson, aged thirteen years. Funeral from home of his parents, Morrison Street, Marysville, tomorrow afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. W. Steadman Smith, and interment in the United Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.

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