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FLETCHER, Sarah E. - In sad and abiding memory of my mother, Sarah E. Fletcher,
who entered into the life eternal, Friday, December 27, 1912. Gone but not forgotten by her daughter, Elizabeth Partridge.

January 1913
unknown/ The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.


HAMILTON, David - of Mt. Denson - WINDSOR, January 31 - This morning David Hamilton, aged 76 years, past away from an attack of paralysis at his home in Mt. Denson. He was ill only a few days and is survived by his wife and three children - Mrs. B. S. Davison, Falmouth; James, in Portland, and Frank, at home. For thirty-eight years the deceased was registrar of deeds for Hants county and had resided at Curry's Corner, Windsor, while in office. He was a son of the late David Hamilton, of Sackville, Halifax county. His mother was sister of the late Edward O'Brien, of Windsor.

Saturday, February 1, 1913
The Halifax Herald, Halifax, N. S.


BENEDICT, Mrs. Jacob - At Windsor Forks, Feb. 7th, Sarah, beloved wife of Jacob Benedict, after a lingering illness, aged 60 years, leaving a husband, two sons and two daughters to mourn their loss. Deceased was a member of St. Michael's Anglican Church and was held in high esteem for her many good qualities. The funeral was held the following Sunday and was largely attended. The services at the home and at Maplewood Cemetery were conducted by the Rector, Rev. W. T. Suckling.

February 1913
unknown/ The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.


HANSEN, Mrs. William - At Upper Falmouth, at the home of her son, James, Mrs.
William Hansen, passed peacefully away to her Heavenly rest, early in May, aged 88 years. She leaves a family of two daughters and three sons. They are, Bessie (Mrs. Steele) California; Hattie, Matron at the V. G. Hospital, Halifax; Harry, in the employ of the Electric Car works, Boston; James, at home and Thomas, at Amherst. Mrs. Amelia Reid, Bedford, and Mrs. Ellis, Halifax, are sisters.

May 1913
unknown/ The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.


DUNCAN, Raymond S. - At Windsor, June 29th, Raymond S. Duncan, aged 27 years, leaving a wife and child, a mother, three brothers and one sister to mourn their loss.

July 1913
unknown/ The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.


DUNCAN, Ray - On Thursday afternoon, while three men were at work repairing one of the Edgehill buildings, the staging gave way, Ray Duncan was thrown to the ground, about thirty feet, falling face downward among a lot of rocks. He was picked up in an unconscious condition and taken to the P. M. Hospital, his injuries being of such a serious nature that his recovery was not looked for. Everything possible was done for him by the medical attendant, but the poor fellow failed to rally, and on Sunday night, passed away. He was a married man and leaves a wife and young family, for whom the deepest sympathy is felt. The other men on the staging managed to break the fall in some way and escaped injury. The funeral was held July 1st at two o'clock. Rev. J. C. K. Kierstead officiating. The firemen attended in a body.

July 1913
unknown/ The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.


PEACH, Mrs. Alonzo - At Falmouth, Aug 30th, Mrs. Alonzo Peach, aged 32 years.

August 1913
unknown/ The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.


SMITH, James - Suddenly at Upper Falmouth, Sunday, Nov. 16th, James Smith, son of the late Jonathan Smith, of Upper Falmouth, aged 76 years.

November 1913
unknown/ The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.



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