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Digby obituaries for May 1941 thru March 1944

1941 Mrs Mary Foster

died on Thursday, May 15, 1941 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames COSBY, FOSTER, HICKS, SHEPHERD

Digby Courier May 15, 1941 MRS MARY FOSTER The death occurred at the home of her brother , Reginald COSBY , Bear River , Sunday evening , April 27, of Mrs Mary [COSBY ] FOSTER , widow of H. FOSTER , after a long illness due to paralysis. Mrs FOSTER was born in Bear River , 66 years ago, the daughter of Mr and Mrs William COSBY. She was twice married , her first husband being the late David HICKS of Bridgetown where she resided a number of years. Following his death she married Patterson FOSTER , of Port Lorne , where she lived until his death a year ago. Because of serious illness she moved to Bear River to reside with her brother , Reginald COSBY . She is Survived by one sister Annie, Mrs SHEPHERD of Bear River and six brothers , Leonard, Hiram, Reginald, Howard, and Cleaveland all of Bear River and George of Boston MA. The funeral was held on Wednesday afternoon from her late home , conducted by Rev. G.D. Brydon of the Baptist church. Interment in Mount Hope Cemetery

1941 Virginia Israel

died on Thursday, May 22, 1941 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames ISREAL, THERIAULT

Digby Courier 22 May 1941 VIRGINIA ISRAEL The death of Virginia , daughter of William ISRAEL of Freeport occurred in Saint John Sanitorium on Wednesday of last week. The remains arrived at Freeport on Thursday , accompanied by her father who went to Saint John on Monday.The funeral took place on Saturday afternoon, from the home of her aunt Mrs Leonard THERIAULT. Rev. A. Glendenning conducted the service.

1941 Fred Stevens

died on Thursday, September 25, 1941 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames STEVENS, THURBER

FRED STEVENS The death of Fred STEVENS of Freeport occured in the hospital at Saint John on Thursday Sept. 11 th.The remains arrived at Freeport on Saturday ,accompanied by his wife and daughter Pauline, also son Richard of New York. Besides those mentioned he leaves a sister Mrs Horace THURBER of Freeport: and two brothers Harry and Melburn. Mr STEVENS was 62 years of age and a member of Chipewa Lodge I. O. O. F. Rev. Mr. DERBY conducted the funeral service from the home on Sunday afternoon , the lodge conducted the service at the grave. The floral tributes were many and beautiful.

1942 Lorette Doucette

died on Saturday, August 22, 1942 Source: The Halifax Chonicle Submitter: CLR Obituary contained surnames DOUCETTE

The death occurred yesterday in the Victoria General hospital of Mrs. Lorette DOUCETTE, wife of Louis P. DOUCETTE of New Edinburgh, Digby County. She was 40 years of age and had been ill for the past two years. The body will be forwarded from Halifax to her home for burial service in St. Bernard's church. Funeral arrangements have not been completed.

1942 Mrs Clifford J. Beaton

died on Thursday, December 31, 1942 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: LMarshall Obituary contained surnames BEATON, CULBERT, DEVEAU, MACKINNON

MRS CLIFFORD J BEATON Mrs Nettie A., wife of Clifford J. BEATON ,310 Spring Garden Rd. Halifax died Saturday morning in the Halifax Infirmary . she had been in failing health for some time , her condition taking a turn for the worst a few week ago.She was a devote Roman Catholic and a member of St. Mary's Parish where she was a child of Mary , and was greatly interested in the work of the church. Before going to Halifax she was organist for St, Patrick's Church, Digby for many years. Surviving are her husband , an employee of the Canadian Customs ,stationed at Halifax;two sons , Robert and Richard both at home. ;her parents, Mr and Mrs Michael MACKINNON , Digby ;two sisters Addie, Mrs Thomas DEVEAU,Digby, and Sadie [Mrs Jack CULBERT] St. George NB and one brother Cpl. Joseph MACKINNON now in the Canadian Army overseas. Funeral services took place from St. Patrick's Church , Digby , Tuesday morning.

1942 Mrs Abraham Walker

died on Thursday, December 31, 1942 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: LMarshall Obituary contained surnames COBHAM, FROST, WALKER

The death of Mrs Abraham WALKER ,occured at her home in Little River on Tuesday , December 15 at the age of 58. Although she had been in poor health during the past year , her passing was unexpected. A short funeral service was conducted by her pastor , Rev. Bryon COBHAM of the Baptist church of which she was a member on Wednesday afternoon. ,Dec. 16 at the home. Mrs COBHAM and Mrs Otto FROST sang her favorite hymn . The remains were taken to Tiverton and buried in the family lot. on Thur, afternoon.

1943 Pitman Lewis

died on Thursday, January 7, 1943 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames LEWIS

The death of Pitman LEWIS occured in Freeport on Wed. last after an short illness at the age of 87 years. He leaves three sons ,Weldon and Ried in Saint John and Benny in the army, also a daughter Alva . Burial took place on Thur. afternoon from the Baptist Vestry . Rev. R.C. EATON conducted the service.

1943 Mrs Carrie NICHOLS

died on Sunday, January 24, 1943 Source: The Register Submitter: Eleanor Tree Obituary contained surnames BALTZER, MACKINNON, MACNEILL, MCNEILL, NICHOLS

The death of Mrs. Carrie NICHOLS, widow of the late Sponagle H NICHOLS, occurred at her home, Commercial Street, on sunday morning, January 24 at 2 o'clock. She had been in failing health for some time. Born at Barton, Digby County, the daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred MCNEILL, they moved to Berwick when she was six years old and she has resided here ever since. After her marriage she and Mr NICHOLS jointly conducted a boot, boot, shoe and gents' furishings store and after his death in 1912 she carried on the business until 2 years ago when she retired. Upright in business, quiet and retiring in private life, her circle of friends will learn with regret of her passing. Surviving are three sisters, Misses Ella and Alice MCNEILL, Berwick; Miss Bessie of Bridgetown and one brother, Rev HH MCNEILL of Digby, who came to be with his sister at the last. The funeral was held on Monday, Jan 25 at 2:30 pm from the home of the deceased and was conducted by Rev A D MACKINNON, pastor of the United Church, of which she was a member. Mrs F J BALTZER sang "Good Night and Good Morning" and " Nearer, Still Nearer" attending the funeral from a distance were a nephew, Donald H MACNEILL of the staff of the Eastern Trust Company, Halifax and his mother, Mrs H H MACNEILL, Digby. Interment in the Berwick Cemetery.

1943 Frederick Eugene ROOP

died on Monday, March 1, 1943 Source: Digital image received from Luella Marshall Submitter: Gerry Mattinson Obituary contained surnames HARRIS, KINNEY, NEWMAN, PEVERIL, ROOP

The community of Barton was shocked Sunday morning to hear of the sudden death of Rev. F.E. ROOP, pastor of the Baptist Church. Mr. ROOP accompanied Mrs. ROOP had started for North Range, where he had planned to hold a service. After going a short distance he complained of not feeling well and turned his car around to go home. They stopped at Dr. HARRIS' where Mr. ROOP died in a few minutes. He was 75 years of age and was the son of the late Joseph and Asenath ROOP of Clementsport. Beside his wife, he leaves five children: Soley, of St. Paul, Minn.; Harold, in R.C.A.F.; Ena (Mrs. Rice KINNEY) Barton; Melba (Mrs. Norman PEVERIL) Bedford, and Avis (Mrs. Basil NEWMAN), North Attleboro, Mass. His pastorates covered upward of forty-five years and he had held churches in Bass River, Brookfield, Colchester Co., Hebron, Isaac's Harbor, Melvern Square, Coverdale, N.B., Wilson's Beach, N.B. and St. Mary's Bay, where he has been during the past four years. Funeral services were held from Barton Baptist Church Tuesday afternoon. Rev. T.F. McWilliams, of Deep Brook, conducting the service. Interment was in Clementsport.

1943 Mrs Augustus Comeau

died on Thursday, June 3, 1943 Source: Digby courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames COMEAU, GRAHAM, HATT, HERSEY, MELANSON, MILBERRY, RAYMOND, THERIAULT

MRS AUGUSTUS COMEAU The death occured on Sunday in Centerville of Mrs Augustus COMEAU ,at the age of eighty-three years. She was formerly Mary HERSEY and was born in Mink Cove.For the past few years she was in poor health and two weeks ago suffered a weak attack and fell on the floor of her home. Since then she has been gradually failing.Surviving are her husband and seven children; Stella [Mrs Charles MELANSON ]of Plympton ;Nora [Mrs Maurice RAYMOND ]of Digby; Nellie [Mrs Alton GRAHAM] of Lake Midway; Margaret [Mrs B. THERIAULT ]of Ellerhouse; Mary[Mrs George HATT] of Kingston; Joseph of Centerville and Israel of R.C.N. ;also one sister Mrs Addie MILBERRY , Digby . Funeral service was held Tuesday morning in the Roman Catholic Church, Waterford .

1943 Freeman Handspiker

died on Thursday, June 3, 1943 Source: Digby Courier 3/06/ 1943 Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames HANDSPIKER, PECK

FREEMAN HANDSPIKER The death of Freeman HANDSPIKER occured at his home in Mount Pleasant on Monday May 31 , after an illness of several months duration. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs David HANDSPIKER and died on the homestead where he was born seventy-four years ago. His wife , formerly Eliza PECK of Bear River predeceased him several years ago.He is survived by one brother Jerry of the United States ;and several neices and nephews . The funeral was held in the Grace United Church yesterday afternoon, Dr. T.W. HODGSON officiating . Interment was in Fairview Cemetery.

1943 Vera Mae Jordan

died on Thursday, June 3, 1943 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames JORDAN, MOOR, RAMEY, SHIPLEY

VERA MAE JORDAN Miss Vera Mae JORDAN was accidently drowned in Chocolate Lake , near Halifax while swimming ,on Sunday May 23. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs John JORDAN, formerly of North Range , Digby County, and is survived by sisters and brothers namely; Mrs Keith RAMEY Bridgetown; Mrs Albert SHIPLEY in New Jersey ; Archibald of of Marshalltown; Sergt.Lovett JORDAN of Camp Aldershot; Reginald of Digby; Cpl . Ralph , Yarmouth; and Louis of New Tuskett; . Mr and Mrs JORDAN motored to Halifax on Monday following the accident 'and were accompanied to Digby by Miss Christina MOOR , who was Miss Jordan's swimming companion . The remains arrived on May 26. Funeral service and interment in the Baptist cemetery were made the following day.

1943 Gordon St C Manthorne

died on Thursday, June 3, 1943 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames MANTHORNE, SHAW

Digby Courier June 3, 1943 GORDON ST. C MANTHRONE The death of Gordon St. Claire MANTHRONE , son of Mr. and Mrs Marshall MANTHRONE formerly of Digby ,occured at Waterville , May 21 following an illness which extended over a period of two years. He is survived by his parents and one sister Mrs Harry SHAW of Yarmouth . He was thirty-four years of age . While living in Digby , Gordon was employed in A. J. Dillon's shoe repair department.

1943 Elijah Franklin HANKINSON

died on Thursday, June 17, 1943 Source: The Digby Courier Submitter: Adam KM Hankinson Obituary contained surnames HANKINSON, MACLEAN, POWELL, WOODMAN

The community of Weymouth was saddened on Friday morning by the death of its most prominent men, Elijah Franklin HANKINSON, age fifty-eight. Mr. HANKINSON had been ill for the past few months and had just returned from the V.G. Hospital, Halifax. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank HANKINSON, of Weymouth, and had lived in that town all his life, taking an active part in the community. He had been employed by the LeBlanc Shipbuilding Company during the past year. Mr. HANKINSON was municipal councilor for District 22 and was also chief A.R.P. warden for the same district. He leaves to morn their loss, his wife, Mrs. Kathryn HANKINSON; three children by his first wife (the late Eunice HANKINSON); Jack, St. Johnís, Newfoundland; Mary, (Mrs. Ted WOODMAN), and Rae, (Mrs. Baden POWELL), of Digby; also a sister, Hattie (Mrs. MacLEAN), of Pictou and two brothers, Frederick and George, of Weymouth. Rev. R.H.H. Barker, of Hertz Memorial Church, conducted the funeral service Sunday at 2:30 p.m. from the home. Interment was in the Riverside Baptist Cemetery at Weymouth North.

1943 Pearle D. KELSALL

died on Saturday, June 26, 1943 Source: The Register, Berwick Submitter: Submitted by Eleanor Tree; Transcribed by Luanne Shaw Obituary contained surnames KELSALL, THOMAS

Mrs. Pearle D. KELSALL, Kentville, July 26. - Following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Pearle D. KELSALL, 56, wife of Arthur KELSALL, superintendent of the Dominion Experimental Station here, died at her home here last night. Mrs. KELSALL's passing came as a shock to a wide circle of friends throughout the Annapolis Valley and other sections, since while it was known that her health was not good, the fact that her condition was serious was not generally known. She was the former Miss Pearle Daring THOMAS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. THOMAS, of Smith's Cove. Her marriage to Mr. KELSALL, then entomologist at Annapolis Royal, took place in 1922. Surviving besides her husband are one brother and one sister. The funeral service was held this morning with interment at Smith's Cove.

1943 Mrs Seleda Stevens

died on Thursday, September 9, 1943 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marhall Obituary contained surnames BROOKS, MILBURY, POTTER, POWELL, STEVENS

Friends in Digby County and elsewhere will regret to learn of the death of Mrs Seleda STEVENS which occured at the home of her daughter , Mrs Harley BROOKS, Ashmore on Tuesday August 31 , following an illness of about two weeks. She was the daughter of the late Hannah and Willabough POWELL of Freeport and had reached the age of Ninety-three years. She was twice married , her first husband being the late Samuel MILBURY of Plympton and her second husband the late James STEVENS of Freeport.Her fine spirit of devotion with her friends and all others with whom she had come in personal contact ,marked her as a Christian lady. These things she has left behind will be cherished in the hearts of her friends.Her bible which she loved so well was her constant companion, The old Bible she had read eight times and the New Testament ,four.When very young she became a member of the Baptist Church and spent her life working for the Master. Few can look back with greaterf feelings of satisfaction and a life'well lived'than Mrs Stevens. she is survived by a daughter , Mrs Harley BROOKS , Ashmore and three great-grand children. Following a brief service at the home on Thursday afternoon , the remains were taken to Plympton Baptist church where service was conducted by Lic. Bernarsd MANZER, friend of the deceased. Burial took place in the Barton Cemetery . Pall bears were Hugh POTTER, Keith POTTER, Arthur POWELL and Hartley POWELL . The floral offerings were many and beautiful.

1943 Eva SYDA

died on Thursday, October 7, 1943 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Marlene Williams Obituary contained surnames BECKWITH, CLARK, MORRELL, SYDA, WINSLOW

The death of Mrs. Haylett SYDA occurred October 7 at her home in Digby following a lengthy illness. The dedeased was born at Kinneytown, Digby County, sixty seven years ago and was the daughter of the late Cynthia and Captain Henry WINSLOW, of Kinneytown, formerly of Brewer Maine. She was an avtive worker in Grace United Church, and took an active interest in hospital and other local organizations. She is survived by her husband and six children: Herbert of 126 Lowell St, Somerville, Mass: Lawrence, 134 Salem St., Wakefield, Mass: Berkley, at home: Helen (Mrs. Edward CLARK) and Mildred (Mrs. Kenneth BECKWITH) Yarmouth, and Margaret (Mrs. Sypher MORRELL), Digby. A private service was held from her home on Queen St. Saturday afternoon. Internment was in the United Church Cemetery.

1943 Hantford Swift

died on Friday, December 3, 1943 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames SHAW, SWIFT

Digby Courier Thursday Dec. 3 1943 HANTFORD SWIFT The death of Hantford SWIFT of Westport occurred on Monday of last week after a lingering illness. He was 77 years of age. He leaves a wife Rosa, one daughter , Mrs Loran SHAW of Centerville and three sons Fred, John and Russell all of Westport . He was a member of the Baptist Church. Funeral took place Wed. afternoon.

1944 Frank E. BISHOP

died on Thursday, February 17, 1944 Source: Newspaper: The Register, Berwick, N.S. Submitter: Submitted by Eleanor Tree; Transcribed by Luanne Shaw Obituary contained surnames BISHOP, DELONG, LOMBARD, MACDONALD, MCWILLIAM, NEWCOMBE, PERRY, PROSSER, STRANBECK, WARREN

Rev. Frank E. BISHOP, D.D. Digby, Feb. 9, -The death of Rev. Frank E. BISHOP, D.D., occurred at his home, Montague Row, early Wednesday evening, Feb. 9, following a brief illness. The late Dr. BISHOP was 77 years old and was born at Aylesford, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edgar BISHOP. He had held pastorates in several Maritime Baptist churches including Fairville, N.B., Sydney, Florenceville and Newcastle, N.B. He came to Digby 18 years ago to become pastor of the Digby and Hill Grove Baptist churches and served these congregations for ten years retiring from the active ministry eight year ago. Since his retirement he had supplied at Charlottetown and Oxford. He had made his home in Digby for the past two years and at the time of his death was Honorary Pastor of the Digby Baptist Church. Surviving are his widow, the former Miss Jeannette MacDONALD, of MacDonald's Corner, N.B.; one son, Karl, of Fredericton High School staff, and a daughter (Ruth), Mrs. Hugh PERRY, of Digby, also two brothers, Arthur and Ernest BISHOP of Somerset, and three sisters, Mrs. Aubrey NEWCOMBE, Auburn, Mrs. STRANBECK and Mrs. LOMBARD, of Syracuse, N.Y. People of Digby and vicinity paid their last respects to a beloved pastor, citizen and friend, at a funeral service held in the Digby Baptist church on Friday afternoon. Tribute was paid him by Rev. J. Earle DeLONG, pastor of the church; Rev. G. C. WARREN, D.D., Dean of Acadia University, delivered the eulogy. Other clergy taking part in the service were, Rev. A. J. PROSSER, Annapolis Royal and Rev. T. F. McWILLIAM, Deep Brook, Clementsport and Smith's Cove Baptist Churches. The profusion of floral tributes were silent tributes to the deceased minister.

1944 Crawford Hanford Daley

died on Thursday, March 16, 1944 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L.Marshall Obituary contained surnames ABOTT, BANKS, DALEY, MCCORMICK, VANTASSEL

CRAWFORD HANDFORD DALEY Crawford Handford DALEY, age 74,and 6 months a well respected citizen,passed away at Marshalltown , March 6 after a long illness of nearly six months duration ,which he bore with great fortitude and patience. Born in Culloden ,he was the son of Sarah [VAN TASSEL ] and Crawford DALEY ,Coming with his family to Marshalltown twenty -five years ago. He followed the sea,fishing on the banks all his life ,until retiring ten years ago. Left to mourn their loss are his wife , the former Edna ABBOTT, and one daughter [Ruby] Mrs Harley MCCORMICK ,East Lynn, Mass;a sister [Effie ] Mrs Jared BANKS ,Rossway and a brother , William DALEY, Culloden . Funeral service was held Thursday afternoon from the home, Rev. F.B. GASKILL, Trinity Church ,Digby officiating. Pallbearers were Crawford R. DALEY and Bernard BANKS nephews of the deceased,Otis BELL and Lloyd MCNEIL. Interment was in St.Paul's Cemetery , Marshalltown

1944 Mrs G. Allen Troxell

died on Thursday, March 16, 1944 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames BULTER, HAMM, HENSHAW, HOYT, TROXELL, WISE

MRS G ALLEN TROXELL Mrs Hattie G. TROXELL, died at her home in Sarasota Fl.on Thursday , March 2 1944. She was born February !8 , 1876 at Deep Brook , the daughter of Thomas and Kazia [HAMM] HENSHAW. she went to Massachusetts when a young girl to make her home with one of her sisters.Later she became a nurse and for twenty-five years served as matron at the Medfield Mass State Hospital, where her husband was a member of the medical staff.She was a resident of Sarasota since 1938 but she and her husband had spent a number of winters there prior to making it their home. In addition to her husband, she is survived by one daughter , Mrs Beatrice BULTER , Boston Mass, a grand daughter Margaret White WISE , Bessimere Alabama and a great grand daughter Harriett WISE, Bessimere Alabama ; two brothers Curtis HENSHAW Deep Brook and Charles HENSHAW Waledec West and one sis ter Mrs William HOYT of Waterbury VT.

1944 Murray L. Lewis

died on Thursday, March 30, 1944 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames BROWN, LEWIS

MURRAY L. LEWIS News of the death of Murray Lawson LEWIS of Vancouver has been received by his brothers in Saint John. Mr. Lewis was the son of the later Mr. and Mrs Pitman LEWIS of Freeport. He had been in failing health for the past year. He left for Vancouver thirty-five years ago . He was engineer on the government ferry between Vancouver and Victoria . His wife was the former Miss Emma BROWN , Saint John , daughter of Mrs. Harry BROWN and the later Mr. BROWN. now of Milltown NB . He leaves besides a wife to mourn, two sons Prosser and Arthur and two daughters , Thelma and Theda and three brothers Dalton , Edmonton Alberta; Weldon LEWIS of Saint John ; and Reid LEWIS of Saint John East; Delbert LEWIS and Avard LEWIS are cousins. Interment took place in Vancouver., BC

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