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Digby obituaries for May 1967 thru April 1970

1967 Mrs R. M. Johnson

died on Monday, May 1, 1967 Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames CORNWELL, DERBY, HINES, JOHNSON, MILLAR

MRS R.M.JOHNSON Bertha Maude JOHNSON , widow of the late Rev. Roy M. JOHNSON died at Barton , Sunday . Born at Gulliver's Cove , she was the daughter of Jacob and Sarah Alice CORNWELL HINES. She was a graduate of the Cincinnati Bible College and of the University of Spokane . She was a school teacher. Her husband held pastorates in the United States and Western Nova Scotia.She was a member of the South Range Christian Church and because of her generosity , the Johnson Christian Park was established at South Range. She is survived by a sister Minnie [Mrs A. I. MILLAR] of Edmonton . Funeral service was on Wednesday 2pm. at the South Range Christian Church. Rev. J. W. DERBY conducted the service and interment was at South Range.

1967 Benjamin Wesley Campbell

died on Wednesday, July 26, 1967 Source: Digby Museum (copy of obit) Submitter: Carole McDonough Obituary contained surnames CAMPBELL, CROCKER, FLOYD, MACNEIL, ROBINSON, TEED

Freeport's oldest resident, Benjamin CAMPBELL passed away on Wednesday, July 26th, 1967 at the home of his granddaughter, Mrs. Watson CROCKER. Mr Campbell was Born in Freeport, 103 years ago, a son of the late Benjamin and Julia (TEED) CAMPBELL. Surviving are two daughters, (Myrtle) Mrs. Walter FLOYD, Central Grove, (Violet) Mrs. Alton MACNEIL, Freeport, a sister Mrs. Lena ROBINSON, Florida, four grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren. Afternoon funeral was held Saturday from the Freeport United Baptist Church, conducted by the pastor, Rev. W. IDESON, assisted by Rev. J.W. DERBY. The floral pieces were many, showing the high esteem in which the deceased was held. Internment was in Brookside Cemetery.

1967 Leance LeBlanc

died on Saturday, September 30, 1967 Submitter: Shirley Muise-Belliveau Obituary contained surnames AMIRAULT, BONANFANT, BOURNEUF, COMEAU, GAUDET, LEBLANC, LEMENAGER, LEONARD, MASON, THERIAULT

Possibly 1967 Concessions – Nous regrettons d'annoncer la mort de M. Leance LEBLANC de ce village qui est decede subitement a l'hopital de Digby, le 30 septembre, a l'age de 72 ans et cinq mois. Le defunt etait ne aux Concessions, fils de Charles LEBLANC et Evangeline BONANFANT, mais avait fait sa demeure aux E.-Unis pendant plusieurs annes. Il s'en etait revenu a son village natal avec sa famille il y a sept ans. Il laisse pour le pleurer son epouse, Therese; deux filles, Mme. Rose LEONARD et Mme. Dorothy MASON de Milton, Mass.; trois fils, Nelson de Medford, Lloyd et Joseph de Los Angeles; deux freres, le Pere Adolphe LEBLANC, cure de la cathedrale de Yarmouth, et Fred de Riviera en Floride; une soeur, Mme. Grace COMEAU des Concessions. Le service d'enterrement a eu lieu ici le 3 octobre avec messe concelebree chantee par le frere du defunt, assiste des RR. PP. Ambroise COMEAU, Luc GAUDET, Liboire AMIRAULT et Robert THERIAULT. Assistaient au sanctuaire: Son Excellence Mgr. Albert LEMENAGER, Mgr. J. D. COMEAU, Mgr. Emile BOURNEUF, Mgr. Elie LEBLANC, Mgr. Nil THERIAULT et plusieurs pretres. Les porteurs etaient Lloyd et Innocent LEBLANC, Joseph COMEAU, Jean COMEAU, Alphee COMEAU et Leger COMEAU.

1967 Dalton Stevens

died on Thursday, December 21, 1967 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames BAIN, DELANEY, DOANE, MAXWELL, MOORE, SPRAKER, STEVENS, SWAN, THURBER

DALTON STEVENS Word has been received by relatives of the passing of Dalton STEVENS at the Regional Hospital in Yarmouth following a lengthy illness on Wednesday , December 13th. Born in Freeport , seventy -five years ago , the son of the late Esther [THURBER ]and Leslie STEVENS, he resided in Freeport until he moved to Port Maitland over forty years ago. Surviving arehis wife, the former Helen DELANEY of Central Grove,a daughter Alta,[Mrs Charles BAIN ]Sanford, three grandchildren ,one great grandchild ;five sisters ;Goldie [Mrs James DOANE] Newton , Upper Falls Mass, Grace [Mrs Charles SWAN ]Florida; Inez [Mrs Albert MOORE ]of Westport , Gertrude [Mrs Everett SPRAKER ]Melrose Mass. and Cornelia [Mrs William MAXWELL] Saugus Mass . Two brothers Percy and Charles pre-deceased him. Funeral service was held on Sunday afternoon from Sweeney's Funeral Home. Interment was in Port Maitland

1968 Berta CORNWALL

died on Thursday, January 18, 1968 Source: The Register, Berwick Submitter: Submitted by Eleanor Tree; Transcribed by Luanne Shaw Obituary contained surnames CORNWALL

Miss Bertha CORNWALL, R. N., formerly of Berwick, passed away December 30, 1967, at The Palms of Pasadena Hospital, St. Petersburg, Florida. She was the daughter of the late Mr. Henry Cornwall and his first wife, and was born at Little River, Digby Co., 86 years ago. She trained for a nurse at the Massachusets General Hospital, Boston, and during the first World War served overseas with the American Nurse Corps, and was awarded the French War Cross. After the war she was supervisor of nurses at several hospitals in the Eastern United States. Prior to her death she was residing at the Colonial Park Nursing and Convalescent Centre, St. Petersburg, Florida. She is survived by two half-brothers Ivan CORNWALL, Berwick and Harry CORNWALL, Port Credit, Ont., also a number of nephews and nieces. She was predeceased by one brother Charles. Funeral services were held on Tuesday from the Wilhelm, Thurston Funeral Home, St. Petersburg, Floida, followed by cremation. The ashes were interred in the United States Government National Cemetery, St. Petersburg, Florida.

1968 Joseph B. Comeau

died on Thursday, February 1, 1968 Submitter: Shirley Muise-Belliveau Obituary contained surnames BELLIVEAU, COMEAU, DOUCET, TRAHAN

Joseph B. COMEAU, a lifelong resident of Belliveau's Cove, passed away at his residence on Thursday, Feb. 1st after a lingering illness. He was 75 years old, the son of the late Benjamin COMEAU and Jeanne BELLIVEAU. He is survived by his wife, the former Ethel TRAHAN, one son, Gerald with whom he resided; three daughters, dora, Mrs. Leger BELLIVEAU of St. Bernard; Lucie, Mrs. Charles DOUCET, Annie, Mrs. William COMEAU, both of Belliveau's Cove; one sister Helene, Mrs. Joseph DOUCET, of Weymouth; two brothers, Hilarion of this village and Irenee of Mystic, Conn.; also ten grandchildren. Funeral services were held in St. Bernard's R.C. Church on Sunday afternoon. Monsignor E. LeBlanc officiating.

1968 Alberta B. DAKIN

died on Thursday, February 15, 1968 Source: The Register, Berwick Submitter: Submitted by Eleanor Tree; Transcribed by Luanne Shaw Obituary contained surnames CARLIN, CASSABOOM, COSSABOOM, DAKIN, DEFALCO, MOREHOUSE, NIX

Mrs. Alberta B. DAKIN - Mrs. Alberta B. DAKIN, Berwick, 80, passed away at Ward's Nursing Home, Aylesford, early Tuesday morning. Born at Lakeside, Digby County, she was the daughter of Chipman and Amret (MOREHOUSE) COSSABOOM. She received her schooling at Lakeside and in 1911, married Boyd A. DAKIN, and they resided in Berwick. She was a member of the Berwick Baptist Church and the Church Auxiliary. She is survived by her husband, one son Glendon, and two grandchildren. Also surviving are four sister, Anstice (Mrs. A. M. NIX), Hueneme, California; Ada (Mrs. Melvin NIX), Scott's Village; Mildred (Mrs. Will NIX), Mosherville, N.S.; June (Mrs. Joe DEFALCO), Waltham, Mass. She was predeceased by one son Allison, who was killed while serving overseas, with the RCAF, during World War II. Funeral services will be held at H. C. Lindsay's Funeral Home, Berwick, today (Thursday), at 2:00 p.m. Rev. Douglas CARLIN will officiate. Interment in Berwick Cemetery.

1968 Lenna Marie Saulnier

died on Tuesday, February 20, 1968 Submitter: Shirley Muise-Belliveau Obituary contained surnames AMIRO, DOUCETTE, HUBBARD, LEBLANC, PERRY

Funeral service was held Friday at 2 p.m. At Notre Dame Church, with Rev. Albert LEBLANC officiating, for Mrs. Lena Marie HUBBARD (sic), 92 , Yarmouth who died at her Argyle Street home on Tuesday, February 20th. Interment was in Our Lady of Mount Calvary Cemetery, Forest Street, under the direction of Huskilson's Funeral Home. Daughter of the late Isaac and Mary Jane AMIRO of St. Bernard, she is survived by three sisters, Irene, (Mrs. Henry DOUCETTE), (Mrs. Moses PERRY); Sadie, (Mrs. Dennis AMIRO), all of Digby, and one brother Dennis, Yarmouth.

1968 Mrs Hilda Mae Jordan

died on Thursday, July 11, 1968 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames AMON, COMEAU, DEAMBROSE, JORDAN, MCCRAY, PIERCE, ROBICHEAU

HILDA MARY JORDAN , fifty -eight , wife of Lovett JORDAN , Brighton , died at the Digby General Hospital on Monday. Born at Pictou , she was the daughter of the late John and Edith [MELANSON ]AMON. Surviving besides her husband are sons, Arnold , Ronald and Lovett Jr. ;daughters Edith and Phyllis . She i s also survived by brothers Thomas, and Phillip AMON and sisters Hazel JORDAN , Olive COMEAU, Catherine DE'AMBROSE , Pauline ROBICHEAU, Dorothy PIERCE , Marion MC CRAY Her body rested at Jayne's Funeral home , Digby until Wednesday afternoon , when it was taken to her late residence . Funeral service was held on Friday at 10am from Saint Croix Roman Catholic Church, Plympton . Interment was in Holly Cross Cemetery. Rev. David STOKES officated.

1968 Rene Comeau

died on Monday, July 22, 1968 Submitter: Shirley Muise-Belliveau Obituary contained surnames COMEAU, OUIMET

Rene COMEAU, 84, of Montreal, a former railway mail clerk with the D. A. R. and C. N. on the South Shore passed away in Montreal on July 22. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Robert OUIMET, Montreal; a brother, J. Willie COMEAU, Lower Saulnierville, and a half brother, J. A. COMEAU, Meteghan River. His wife Leonice, five sisters and three brothers predeceased him. Funeral services were held at St. Ambrose with Sweeney's Funeral Home conducting. Interment was in Our Lady of Calvary cemetery with Father L. D'ENTREMONT officiating.

1968 Lola Eaton

died on Friday, October 18, 1968 Source: Digby museum (copy of obit) Submitter: Carole McDonough Obituary contained surnames BEVERIDGE, CAMPBELL, CROCKER, DELANEY, EATON, NEWELL, STEWART, THURBER

Mrs. Lola EATON, wife of Dr. Frank H. EATON of Blomidon, passed away at the Eastern Kings Memorial Hospital, Wolfville on Friday. Born at Freeport 78 years ago, she was the daughter of Herbert and Althea (THURBER) CAMPBELL. She attended school at Freeport and later taught school at Freeport, Central Grove,Sissiboo Falls and Culloden, prior to her marrige in 1915 to Rev. Frank H. EATON. Thoughout her lifetime she lived in various places in the province where her husband had pastorates, including Canning, Bridgewater, and Wolfville, and in 1952 they moved to Blomidon where they have since resided. She always took an active part in the church and community life in each pastorate and at the time of her death was a member of the Channing Baptist Church, W.M.S., Pereau Ladies Auxilliary and the Blomidon Women's Institute. Dr. and Mrs EATON celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary in 1965. Surviving besides her husband are: one daughter Jean (Mrs. Dr. J.M.R. BEVERIDGE), Wolfville, one son, Keith E., Ottawa: nine grandchildren: four sisters, Lexena (Mrs. Melbourne CROCKER, Freeport and Florida; Nina (Mrs. F. STEWART), Florida and Maine; Alma, (Mrs Arthur DELANEY, New Hampshire; Elsie (Mrs. Carl NEWELL), Freeport and Florida; two brothers, Kingsley, Mass; and Cyril, Mass. She was predeceased by one brother, Kenneth. The late Mrs. EATON rested at the H.C.Linsay Memorial Chapel, Kentville, and was taken to the Pereau Baptist Church for funeral service, Monday afternoon at 2:30 Rev. Robert CHILDS assisted by Dr. M.R. CHERRY officiated. Interment was in the Canard Corner Cemetery.

1968 Vivian Jones Titus

died on Thursday, November 7, 1968 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames DENTIN, GAUDET, GLAVIN, LEWIS, TITUS

Vivian Jones TITUS ,fifty -eight ,wife of Blair Titus, Digby NS died at the Digby General Hospital on Monday . Born in Apple River NS she was the daughter of the late Captain Ernest LEWIS and Lizzie Perry LEWIS. She was an employee of Smith's drug store ,Digby , for many years. Surviving besides her husband are daughters Meredith [Mrs George DENTON] Digby ; Lorna [Mrs Donald GLAVIN] Ottawa;Pauline [Mrs Ronald GAUDET] Kingston Ont. Seven grandchildren and one great grandchild also survive. Her body rested at Jayne's Funeral Home, Digby NS until today ,when funeral service will be held from Grace United Church, Digby at 2pm. Rev. R.H. Hughes will conduct the service . He will be assisted by Dr. T.W.Hodgson. Interment will be in the United Church Cemetery , Digby NS

1969? Marie Rose Moulaison

died on Saturday, March 1, 1969 Submitter: Shirley Muise-Belliveau Obituary contained surnames BOURQUE, COMEAU, CUSICK, DEON, DOUCETTE, MOULAISON

Amirault's Hill-- Mrs. Marie Rose MOULAISON, 83, of Amirault's Hill, died at home Saturday. Born in Sluice Point, Yarmouth County, she was the daughter of the late Benjamin and Genevieve (D'EON) BOURQUE. Surviving are four sons, Melbourne and Stanley, Amirault's Hill; Delbert, Abram's River; Augustin, Saugus, Mass.; two daughters, Mrs. Lillian CUSICK; Stella (Mrs. Norman DOUCETTE), both of Amirault's Hill; one sister Mrs. Estelle COMEAU, Meteghan River; 23 grandchildren, and 26 great grandchildren. The body was at Huskilson's Funeral Home, Yarmouth. Funeral service in Holy Family Church, Amirault's Hill, Wednesday at 10 a.m. Rev. Leopold D'ENTREMONT officiating. Interment was in Amirault's Hill Cemetery. (Mar. 1969)

1969 Leta Russell Lent

died on Wednesday, April 23, 1969 Source: Halifax Chronicle Herald Submitter: CLR Obituary contained surnames HUGHS, LENT, MACK, TITUS, TURNBULL

Leta Russell TURNBULL, 78, widow of William A. TURNBULL, of Light House Road, Digby, died Tuesday at home. Born in Weymouth North, she was the daughter of the late Churchill and Alice (Gray) LENT. She was a member of Zelma Rebekah Lodge. Surviving are one daughter, Charlotte (Mrs. Ernest MACK), Bridgetown; one brother, Arnold, Weymouth North; one sister, Ethel (Mrs. Gordon TITUS), Freeport. One son is dead. A Rebekah service will he held from Jayne's Funeral Home, Digby, Wednesday, at 8 p.m. Funeral service will be held Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in Grace United Church, Rev. R.H. HUGHS officiating. Interment will be in the church cemetery.

1969 Nina Blanche WARREN

died on Thursday, May 29, 1969 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Myrtle Baker- Warren Obituary contained surnames BARTON, CROSBY, EVERETT, MANFRED, MILBURY, WARREN

Nina Blanche WARREN 70, wife of Roney WARREN died Thursday. Born at Bear River, She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs Weston CROSBY. Surviving besides her husband are two sons Lawrence of Halifax; Allan Bear River; three daughters Jane (Jeanette) (Mrs Thomas MILBURY) Bear River, Dorothy (Mrs Vernon EVERETT, Digby, Eva (Mrs Fred MANFRED) Sudbury, Ont. The body will be at Jaynes Funeral Home, Digby, until Saturday when funeral service will be held in Bear River United Baptist Church at 1:30 p.m. Rev. John BARTON (Bartol) officiating. Interment will be in Mount Hope Cemetery.

1969 Ernestine Comeau

died on Friday, August 22, 1969 Submitter: Shirley Muise-Belliveau Obituary contained surnames BURKE, COMEAU, GAUDET, GERBERVILLE

Lr. Saulnierville – It is with regret we announce the death of Mrs. Ernestine COMEAU, 79. After a lengthy illness, Mrs. COMEAU passed away at the Villa St. Joseph, Yarmouth, on August 22. Her husband, Arcade COMEAU, passed away in December, 1968. She leaves to mourn her three children, Rev. Father Leger COMEAU, Superior at Holy Heart Seminary in Halifax, Mrs. Julius COMEAU, Meteghan; Mrs. Leonard COMEAU, Comeauville; two brothers, Charles COMEAU and Camille COMEAU; also three sisters, Mrs. Desire COMEAU, Mrs. Danny GERBERVILLE and Mrs. J. B. GAUDET. Funeral services were held at Saulnierville Sacred Heart Church. Mrs. Comeau's son officated at the services, and Msgr. A. BURKE, Bishop of Yarmouth, presided the “Absoute”. Pallbearers were her two brothers and four nephews, Hubert and Andre COMEAU of Ottawa, Gilbert COMEAU of Montreal and Mederic COMEAU of Halifax.

1969 James William Thibedeau

died on Wednesday, September 10, 1969 Submitter: Shirley Muise-Belliveau Obituary contained surnames BAIN, COMEAU, COOK, DUGUETTE, DURKEE, THIBEDEAU

Sandford – James William THIBEDEAU, 80, of Sandford passed away at home on September 10. The son of Frank and Nathalie (COMEAU) THIBEDEAU, he is survived by a sister, Mabel THIBEDEAU, at home; a brother, John THIBEDEAU, Boston; five daughters, Nathalie (Mrs. Oscar DUGUETTE), Halifax; Nellie (Mrs. Robert BAIN), Dayton; Genevieve (Mrs. Howard DURKEE), Pembroke; Ruby (Mrs. Charles COOK), Halifax and Miss Lydia THIBEDEAU, at home; five sons, Frank, Toronto; George, at home; Robert a missionary White Father in Tanzania, Africa; 20 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral services were held on September 13 at St. Ambrose Cathedral, Sweeny's Funeral Home conducting. Interment was in Our Lady of Calvery Cemetery with Rev. G. LeBlanc, officiating.

1970 Grace Winnifred MacGREGOR

died on Wednesday, January 21, 1970 Source: Halifax Herald Submitter: CLR Obituary contained surnames BENNETT, HODGES, MACGREGOR, REID, ROBERTSON

Grace Winnifred MacGREGOR, 74, widow of Hugh MACGREGOR died at Digby General Hospital on Tuesday. Born at Steam Mill Village, Kings County, she was a daughter of the late Rupert and Ada HODGES REID. Her husband is dead. She is survived by a sister (Mrs. Frederick BENNETT), Truro, nine nephews and two nieces. Her body is at Jaynes Funeral Home, Digby. Funeral service will be held Friday from the Baptist Church Digby at 2 p.m. Rev. Donald ROBERTSON will officiate. Burial will be in the Baptist Cemetery, Digby.

1970? Joseph Moulaison

died on Tuesday, March 17, 1970 Submitter: Shirley Muise-Belliveau Obituary contained surnames ARMSTRONG, BOUDREAU, COMEAU, DEVEAU, DOUCET, MOORE, MOULAISON, SAULNIER

(no date..possible 1970's) Joseph MOULAISON de Mavillette est decede au Foyer Ste. Marie, Meteghan Centre, le 17 mars, a l'age de 89 ans et six mois. MOULAISON etait marie a Marguerite Anne COMEAU qui est decedee en juin 1960. Il laisse deux fils adoptifs, Ira et Camille DEVEAU de Mavilette; un frere, Leander, de Somerville, Mass; deux soeurs, Mme. Eva MOORE de Lynn et Mme. Madeleine SAULNIER d'Abram's River. L'enterrement eut lieu a St. Alphonse le 19 mars, a 3 heures, avec messe celebreee par le Pere Louis ARMSTRONG, cure. Il y avait une grande assistance. Les porteurs etaient Felix et Max SAULNIER et Freman DOUCET, neveux du defunt, Mande COMEAU, Alfred BOUDREAU et Benoit COMEAU.

1970 Natalie Katherine NICKERSON

died on Thursday, April 2, 1970 Source: Esther's husband is Lorne MATTINSON. GFM Submitter: Gerry Mattinson Obituary contained surnames ALLEN, HARDING, HURLBURT, MATHESON, MATTINSON, NICKERSON, TANCH, THIBAULT

MRS. NATALIE KATHERINE NICKERSON, 88, of Carleton, Yarmouth County, was buried yesterday in Carleton Cemetery following funeral service in Sweeny's Funeral Home. The widow of Roy NICKERSON, she died in the Yarmouth Regional Hospital. Born in Brier Lake, Digby County, she was the daughter of the late George and Elizabeth (THIBAULT) ALLEN. Surviving are eight sons, Vernon, Roy, James and Russell, all of Carleton; Nathaniel and Randall, both of South Ohio, Yarmouth Co.; Wallace, of Maine; Chester, New Tusket; one stepson, Robert HURLBURT, Carleton; three daughters, Fannie (Mrs. Gordon HURLBURT, Sr.) and Emily NICKERSON, both of Carleton; Esther (Mrs. Lorne MATHESON), Hamilton, Ont.; three sisters, Mrs. Sadie HARDING, Carleton; Annie (Mrs. George TANCH), Massachusetts; and Mrs. Tracy NICKERSON, Deerfield.

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