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Digby obituaries for June 1932 thru June 1936

1932 Selby Garland

died on Friday, June 17, 1932 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames GARLAND, HOWELL, MOIR

Digby Courier June 17 1932 SELBY GARLAND Selby GARLAND died suddenly at Berwick on Sunday morning aged 57 years. He was a native of Harbour Grace , NFLD and came to Digby about nine years ago. He was a cooper and was in the employ of HT Warne . About six weeks ago he entered Digby Hospital for treatment . For the past few weeks he showed considerable improvement ,and on Thursday last went to Berwick to visit his son Herbert. On Sunday morning at 6 O'clock he called his son but before he could get to the bedside , Mr GARLAND had died. He leaves a widow and twelve children. , Florence[Mrs HOWELL]in Georgia; Stella[MRS MOIR] in Dartmouth William of Digby; Herbert of Berwick, Violet, Carbonear, NFLD;George of Digby,John , Harbour Grace NFLD; Margaret in Georgia; Ralph, Boston; Helen , Digby; Eric,Digby; Kathleen , Dartmouth. The remains arrived Sunday and the funeral took place on Tuesday . Interment was in the Church of England Cemetery.

1932 Leslie Stevens

died on Wednesday, June 29, 1932 Source: The Digby Courier Submitter: John Thurber Obituary contained surnames DOANE, MAXWELL, MOORE, STEVENS

Leslie STEVENS, one of Freeport's elderly,respected citizens, passed away at his home, Tuesday 28th inst., after a protracted illness. Mr. STEVENS was seventy years of age, and had spent,practically, all his life in Freeport. He is survived by his wife, five daughters; Mrs. James DOANE, Misses Grace and Gertrude,and Mrs. William MAXWELL all residing in the United States, and Mrs. Albert MOORE of Westport; three sons, Percy of Freeport, Charles of Cambridge Mass., and Dalton of Port Maitland. He leaves, also two brothers, George H., of Freeport, and Dexter, of Bridgetown. All the children had arrived home during the past few weeks except Mrs. Maxwell. The funeral will take place Thursday afternoon.

1932 W. D. Ryerson

died on Tuesday, July 12, 1932 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall D Obituary contained surnames HARRIS, RYERSON

W. D. RYERSON There passed away to the Great Beyond early Tuesday morning July 5 th. at the home of Mr. & Mrs John PURDY , Wilbur Dunn RYERSON at the age of 86 years . he was the son of the late John Calvin and Jane Dunn RYERSON , of colonial stock, was born in Bear River and lived here until as a young man he moved to Boston where he enlisted with the Federal Army , at the time of the Civil War in the United States. After getting his discharge , he returned to Bear River and settled on the family homestead, where he lived until about 15 years ago. At the death of his wife , who before her marriage was Miss Helen HARRIS of Annapolis , he resided with his son Harry of Needham Mass, during the winter . The summers he spent in Bear River. He was an active member of the United Church of Canada and in politics a Conservative.He is survived by one son Harry and two grandsons Wendell and Wilbur Ryerson. The funeral was held on Thursday from the United Church conducted by Rev. C. L. BLANCHARD assisted by Rev. A.A. MACLEOD of the Baptist Church.The choir gave the following hymns ;" Nearer My God to Thee"and "Abide With Me" Mrs l. LITCHFIELD and Mrs Harry HARRIS sang "Crossing the Bar "Interment was in the Mount Hope Cemetery.

1932 Mrs Elisha Buckman

died on Friday, August 12, 1932 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames BUCKMAN, PUGH

Digby Courier Friday August 12, 1932 Mrs Elisha Buckman The death of Mrs Elisha BUCKMAN took place at her home in Westport , August 5th. after a short illness. She leaves to mourn their loss , a husband and adopted daughter, Mrs Edward PUGH, of Westport. Mrs BUCKMAN was a memberof the Westport United Baptist Church and took an active part in all the work connected with it.The funeral was held from the church , Sunday afternoon being conducted by Rev. A. W. Ackerly of the Freeport Baptist Church.Officers and members of the Sunset Rebekah Lodge of which the deceased was a valued member,marched in regalia,conducting the service at the grave. The floral offerings which were many and beautiful , showed the love and esteem of her many friends

1933 Mrs Sarah Wagner

died on Saturday, April 1, 1933 Source: The Bridgewater Bulletin Submitter: George Newbury Obituary contained surnames BIRT, MELDRUM, ROBINSON, ROSENCRANTS, WAGNER

Mrs Sarah WAGNER There passed away at her home in Bear River East on Monday, March 20th,Mrs Sarah WAGNER. She was born at Upper Branch, Lunenburg County, 72 years ago, and was the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs James MELDRUM. Forty-nine years ago she was married to Edward WAGNER, of New Canada,Lunenburg County, who predeceased her twenty-eight years ago. For a number of years she lived in Victory, Anna. County, where all of her family was raised. The last seven years she lived with her daughter, Mrs Willard ROSENCRANTS, of Bear River East. Although the deceased had been in poor health for nearly a year, her passing came as a shock to her family. She leaves to mourn, nine children: William, of Vancouver, B.C.; James,Colin, Adney and Daisy, of Boston, Mass.; Ina, of Rochester,N.H.;Delbert and Margaret of Bear River East; Roy, of Victory; Wallace, the eldest of the family, predeceased her eight years ago. The deceased was of a pleasant disposition always looking on the bright side, even when she realized the last call had come. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends. The funeral was held on Friday afternoon, March 24th, from her late residence, conducted by Miss BIRT and Miss ROBINSON, with interment in Clementsvale cemetery. The floral tributes were very beautiful. Then pause in life's busiest moments Amid the toll and the strife, And hark to thy Father's voice calling To a fuller and richer life. And then when our life's work is ended, We'll meet with our loved ones again; In that bright happy home eternal, Prepared for those who serve Him.

1933? Leo Filio Deveau

died on Monday, May 15, 1933 Submitter: Shirley Obituary contained surnames DEVEAU, DOUCET, DOUCETTE, GAUDET, GOLDEN, MAILLET, SAULNIER

Leo Filio DEVEAU, 52, of Hectanooga, died at the Yarmouth Hospital May 15th, after an illness of nine days of pneumonia. Deceased was a son of the late Cyril A. DEVEAU and the late Julienna SAULNIER and was born at Mayflower. He was a well-known and highly esteemed citizen. He was a Roman Catholic and was a member of the Apostolate of Prayer. Surviving are his widow; who was Miss Alice DOUCETTE; six sons, Cyril, George, Stanley, Hector, Orman and Purdy at home; two daughters, Mrs. Ira GAUDET, Eel Brook, and Dolorie at home; two brothers, Henry DEVEAU Doucetville, and Philip DEVEAU, New Orleans; three sisters, Mrs. Frank GOLDEN, East Saint John, Mrs. Edmund MAILLET and Mrs. Emma DOUCET in the United States. The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St. Vincent de Paul Church, Salmon River, conducted by Rev. Father A. MAILLET, rector.

1934 Ida (Roop) Harris

died on Tuesday, July 3, 1934 Source: original copy Submitter: Submitted by Eleanor Tree; Transcribed by Luanne Shaw Obituary contained surnames BURNS, HARRIS, ROOP

Ida May HARRIS, wife of Bernard I. HARRIS. Died on Tuesday at her home in Seattle,Washington. Mrs. HARRIS was born in 1857, the eldest Daughter of Asenath and Joseph ROOP, of Clementsport. She is Survived by a Brother Rev. F.E. ROOP in Moncton ;two sisters, Josephine ROOP and Mrs. Reagh BURNS, in Clementsport; her Husband,who was with her;two sons, Fred in Bear River, and Joseph in Seattle; and two Daughters,Cora and Eleanor, both in Seattle.

1935 Mrs Annie Woodman

died on Friday, March 8, 1935 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames ADAMS, MOREHOUSE, TITUS, WESTCOTT, WOODMAN

MRS ANNIE WOODMAN Ther passed away on Sunday evening of last week , Mrs Annie WOODMAN, widow of the late John E. WOODMAN . Mrs WOODMAN who has been spending the winter her daughter Mrs Frank Woodman of Conway has been in failing health for a number of years . She was born in South Range 72 years ago but lived the greater part of her life in Joggins Bridge , where she made many friends.She leaves to mourn their loss the following children :-Will and Guy in the Unites States Ellery in Sydney, Russell in Chester and Florence[Mrs Henry ADAMS in Publico; Mabel [Mrs TITUS in Centerville ] Mary [Mrs Frank WOODMAN in Conway . also 3 step children Bryon in USA , Mrs Annie WESTCOTT , Centerville and Mrs MOREHOUSE Centerville. Interment was in the cemetery at Joggins Bridge with Rev. Stanley STEEVES of Bear River officiating.

1935 Mrs Minard Weir

died on Friday, March 8, 1935 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames BELYEAOT, ODELL, OPDYKE, PYLE, WEIR

MRS MINARD WEIR The death of Jessie , wife of Minard WEIR , occured at her home in Smith's Cove on Sunday evening last.Mrs WEIR who before her marriage was Jessie ODELL was born in Smith's Cove 63 years ago and is survived by her husband and five children . Mrs George OPDYKE residinfg in Rhode Island ; Mrs Ralph PYLE and Mrs Charles BELYEAOT? Roslindale Mass; Earl and Carl of Norwood Mass; also six grandchildren and one sister Mrs A. H. WEIR , Smith's Cove . Funeral services were conducted from the Smith's Cove Baptist Church on Wednesday afternoon with Rev. W. H. Turner officiating . The floral tributes were numerous and beautiful.

1935 Mrs Alice Maria Woodman

died on Friday, April 19, 1935 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames MACKAY, NICHOLS, WADE, WOODMAN

MRS ALICE MARIA WOODMAN There passed away at her home in Conway on Thursday of last week , Mrs Alice Maria WOODMAN who a short time ago celebrated her 89th. birthday anniversary. A week previous she was strickened with paralysis and never regained consciousness. The deceased who was the widow of the late John Bell WOODMAN , was the daughter of Churchill and Nancy WADE of Granville Centre and came to Conway as a bride 69 years ago. Near surviving relatives are two sons, James at home and Lemuel WOODMAN of Somerville Mass. and two daughters, Mrs Goudey NICHOLS and Mrs Duncan MCKAY of Accaiaville ;also a number of grand and great grand children. She was a woman of fine Christian character and unselfish disposition, and was noted as a nurse never refusing a call for help while health permitted and will be much missed in the community where she has lived for so long. The funeral services were held on Sunday afternoon those at the house conducted by Rev. F.E. BISHOP , pastor of the Uniter Baptist Church, Digby. by special request and at St. Paul's Church Marshalltown of which the deceased was a consistment member by Rev. A.E. GABRIEL , rector. Interment in the family lot in St. Paul's Cemetery. The large congregation who came to pay a last token of respect and the beautiful floral offerings gave testimony as to the high esteem in which she was held.

1935 Capt. Marty Welch

died on Friday, April 19, 1935 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames WELCH

Captain Marty WELCH has stood his last watch.. The famous sailing master who won the first international fishermen's race , died peacefully at his home in Gloucester Mass. on Tuesday , when his 68-year old heart failed him. Capt. WELCH waas born in Digby. His father was a prominent resident of this town and was one of those instrumental in the erection of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic church . While Captain WELCH was still a young boy the family moved to Boston. His associations with the sea have made him a well known figure in practically all Nova Scotian ports.

1936 Catherine (ROSS) CHELSEY ROOP

died on Sunday, April 5, 1936 Submitter: Submitted by Eleanor Tree; Transcribed by Luanne Shaw Obituary contained surnames BURNS, CHESLEY, LYTTLE, ROOP, ROSS, SMITH

Clementsport, April 5, There passed away at her home at Clementsport on Tuesday morning March 31, Catherine J., Widow of Joseph ROOP ,in the eighty-sixth year of her age. Mrs. ROOP was twice married. Her first husband was the late Abner M. CHESLEY who was a direct descendant of the earlier pioneers of the Clarence district. and came of pre-Loyalist stock. Mrs. ROOP was born of sturdy Scotch Parents, and in large messure inherited those sterling qualities which go to make up a successful life. Of the first marriage there were born two sons, Ernest who died in early young manhood, and Ashford E. H. whose home is in Montreal,and who occupies the position of assistant treasurer, Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Of the second Marriage there was born one daughter, Margaret ROSS who is the wife of Reagh K. BURNS of Clementsport, and who very tenderly nursed and cared for her Mother during the last months of her life. Mrs.ROOP was a Lady of gracious charm, and warmhearted hospitality, who was a friend to all who were in need, and whose home was ever open to those who might be in trouble or distress. The charm of her life was in her unostentatious way of serving others, and her readiness to exemplify the teaching of the Master whom she devotedly sought to serve. The Funeral took place from her home in Clementsport, and was conducted by the Rev. Frank SMITH of Oxford. An old friend of the family. Mr. SMITH was assisted in the service by Rev. I.D. LYTTLE of Deep Brook, and Rev. A. W. L. SMITH of Clementsport. The Choir of the Baptist church led in the singing of the hyms " Rock of Ages " " What a Friend " "Abide with Me " Mr. Smith spoke briefly from the words of the apostle, " I have fought a good fight, I have kept the faith ", three characteristics which could truly be applied to the life of Mrs. ROOP, a gracious lady,a consistant christian, a good kind mother, She has left behind her Heritage which will be inspitation and delight to her son and daughter A. H. CHESLEY and Mrs. R.K. BURNS and to her step- children, Miss. Josephine ROOP Clementsport, and Rev. F.E. ROOP Pastor of the Baptist Church Wilson's Beach N.B. She was Interned in the family lot at Clementsport on Thursday Apr.2 The casket was covered with a profusion of beautiful flowers which were sent by sorrowing friends and relatives

1936 Dwright Ruggles

died on Friday, April 17, 1936 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames RUGGLES

DWIGHT RUGGLES After a long illness the death of Dwight RUGGLES took place Friday of last week at Barton. He leaves to mourn two sisters the Misses Bertha and Mable RUGGLES. The funeral was held from St.Mary's Church [Anglican ] Saturday afternoon. , Rev. Dr. WALSH officiating . Interment was in St. Peter.s Church Cemetery , Weymouth , North beside his wife.

1936 Mrs Ross C. Smallie

died on Friday, April 17, 1936 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L MARSHALL Obituary contained surnames CALKIN, CAMPBELL, SMALLIE, TURNBULL, WARRINGTON

MRS ROSS C SMALLIE The funeral of Carey Maud , wife of Ross C. SMALLIE , who passed away at her home at the Racquette on Wednesday evenng of last week took place from the Grace United Church on Friday afternoon last. Rev. DR. T.W. HODGSON , pastor of the chuch officiated and he was assisited by Rev. W. H. MCNEILL. Pallbearers were W.A. TURNBULL, A.R. TURNBULL, J.Oakely TURNBULL, and W.C. WARRINGTON. Interment was in Fairview cemetery. The deceased who was the daughter of the late John and Lavania CAMPBELL , was born in Digby April 28, 1877. The many floral tributes testified to the high esteem in which the deceased was held in the commmunity. Since a girl she was a member of the choir of the church and for some years choir leader. She was also an active worker in the Sunday School when her health permitted. The deceased had beem ill for several years She was also a member of Zelma Rebekiah Lodge and members of that body attended the funeral and took part in the service . Surviving are her husband , a step daughter ; Miss Helen B. SMALLIE . Saint John ;two sisters Miss Minnie CAMPBELL of Digby ;Harriet [Mrs Nyron CAKIN ] of Concord NH ;two brothers , Ezra and Hallett, both residing in New Jersey.

1936 Arthur DENTON

died on Friday, April 17, 1936 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L MARSHALL Obituary contained surnames DENTON, DOUGLAS, HALLOCK, MOLLOCK, MORSE

ARTHUR DENTON The Little River Baptist Church on Thursday afternoon was the scene of a double Funeral service for the late Arthur DENTON and Kenneth FROST , both of that village who died in the Digby General Hospital . The passing of Mr. DENTON,53 occured on sunday afternoon and Mr. Frost 40 early Monday morning. The late Arthur DENTON who had just finished tubing a boiler in a Freeport factory was on his way home home to Little River on Saturday night. Owing to a storm he was unable to cross the passage from Tiverton to mainland of Digby Neck . He attended a motion picture at Tiverton that evening and was strickened later in the evening. He was rushed to Digby on Sunday but passed away before an operation could be performed . Surviving are his widow and six children, Roy, Allison, Christine, Geraldine and twins Marlyn and Merle;four brothers , Thomas , William and Robert of Little River ;Allen of Boston ;four sisters Mrs E.P. MORSE , Providence RI; Mrs Thomas MOLLOCK ,New Jersey;Mrs [Dr.] HALLOCK, New York;Mrs R.A. DOUGLAS, Maitland, Hants Co..

1936 Kenneth Frost

died on Friday, April 17, 1936 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L MARSHALL Obituary contained surnames ADDINGTON, FROST, SHAW

KENNETH FROST The Little River Baptist Church on Thursday afternoon was the scene of a double Funeral service for the late Arthur DENTON and Kenneth FROST , both of that village who died in the Digby General Hospital . The passing of Mr. DENTON,53 occured on Sunday afternoon and Mr. Frost 40 early Monday morning. The death of Kenneth Frost , who had been seriously ill in the Hospital with an ruptured appendix occured early Monday morning. He is survived by his father Burpee Frost and three brothers Boyd,ADDINGTON , of Wolfville;Otto and Aubrey of Little River ;three half sisters Zelma of Digby ; Majorie married in the US; Mrs Frances SHAW of Centerville and one half brother , Eldrid of Little River.

1936 Benjamin R. Kinney

died on Friday, April 17, 1936 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames DURKEE, GRATH, KINNEY, SMITH, WELSH, WILSON

Benjamin R. KINNEY The death of Benjamin KINNEY occured at his home , Conway , Digby Co. , on Monday of this week. Deceased was 97 years of age and was born at Yarmouth NS and the son of Joseph KINNEY. He was a carpenter by trade and worked up until two years ago. For some years he lived at Bear River and was a resident of the United States for some forty years returning to NS over twenty years ago, residing in Digby and vicinity . Deceased was four times married ;his first wife being the late Mae [WILSON ]KINNEY of Yarmouth .By this union Howard of Melrose MA;Mrs Blanche WELSH of Melrose MA and Mrs Roy SMITH in the West survive , all of whom were born in Bear River. We were unable to learn the maiden name of his second wife; his third wife was formerly Miss Stella DURKEE of Yarmouth . his fourth wife , whom he married in Lynn MA 24 years ago survives , she was Miss Susan MCGRATH of Victoria Beach, Annapolis County . Funeral services took place at Victoria Beach , Wednesday afternoon , Rev. A.G. ROBERTSON of the Digby Baptist Church officiating.He was assisted by Rev. W.B. CROWELL of the Lower Granville Baptist Churches. Harvey KINNEY of Bear River and Frank KINNEY of Barton are cousins

1936 Mrs Stanley Mccaul

died on Friday, April 17, 1936 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames ELLIS, HAYDEN, MCCAUL, POOLE, WEIR, WILLIAMS

MRS STANLEY MCCAUL There passed away at her home , Victoria Beach on Saturday April 11, Bessie beloved wife of Stanley MCCAUL at the age of 42 years The deceased had not been in good health for sometime , but had only been confined to her bed for a few days when the end came. She leaves to mourn their loss her husband, one daughter [Thelma] Mrs Frank HAYDEN;A daughter Hilda died in her childhood ; two brothers Austin WEIR of Parker's Cove ; Arthur WEIR of Sissiboo Falls ; three sisters ; Mrs Alvin WILLIAMS Weymouth ;Mrs Howard ELLIS of Victoria Beach ; Mrs Frank POOLE of St. Croix Cove and her mother Mrs Hester WEIR residing in Parker's Cove . The funeral service was held on Easter Sunday at the United Baptist Church conducted by Rev. W.B. CROWELL who spoke comforting words to the bereaved. Interment was in Victoria Beach Cemetery.

1936 Mrs Thomas Farnham

died on Friday, May 29, 1936 Source: Digby Couier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames FALCONER, FARNHAM

MRS THOMAS S FARNHAM The death occured at Watertown MA on Thur. May 7th. of Mrs Mary D. FARNHAM ,beloved wife of T.S. FARNHAM formerly of Digby and Weymouth. Interment was at Forest Hills Cemetery on Sun. May 10. Surviving are her husband , two daughter Mrs J. A. FALCONER of Longmeadow MA and Miss Catherine at home and one son Bertam A. FARNHAM of Trenton NJ

1936 Mrs Joseph Thurber

died on Wednesday, June 24, 1936 Source: Digy Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames THURBER, TITUS

Digby courier June 1936 There passed away on Wednesday June 24 at the home of her son Darrell , Mrs Ellen THURBER , widow of the late Joseph THURBER of Weymouth North. Deceased was one of the community's oldest and most respected citizens . She was the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs William TITUS of Weymouth North. Until the past few weeks she had been quite active but since then had been confined to her home . She is survived by six sons : William and Horace of Freeport ; Sidney of Montreal ; Arch , Darrel and Clarence of Weymouth North. two brothers Isaac and John Titus of Freeport ; twelve grand children and ten great grandchildren . Other sons and a daughter predeceased her some years ago.The funeral service was held from her late home to the Riverside Baptist church on Friday afternoon, Lic. E.E. C. Churchill officiating. Interment in the Riverside Baptist Cemetery There were many beautiful flowers

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