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KILCUP, Mrs. Sarah - widow of Joseph Kilcup, passed away at the home of her son, William H. Kilcup, Hanover, Mass. Feb. 22, 1922. She leaves to mourn, one brother, John Webb, and two sisters, Mrs. Wm. Caldwell, and Mrs. Wm. Earle. Mrs. Kilcup was the mother of ten children, William, Joseph, Charles, Otis, James, John and Ralph (deceased); the daughters, Mrs. Jos. McLellan, Mrs. James Franklyn, Mrs. Wm. Frank. Mrs. Kilcup was a faithful member of Christ Church, Windsor, and particularly happy when she could converse with friends about her religion, and often called in her last hours for her Rector at her old home in Windsor.

February 1922
The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.


FLEMMING, Infant - At Windsor, Feb. 26th, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Flemming.

March, 1922
unknown/ The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.


BACON, Mrs. Margaret Ann - At Windsor, Feb. 27, 1922, Mrs. Margaret Ann Bacon, aged 75 years.

March, 1922
unknown/ The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.


FULLERTON, Mrs. Jane L. - At Falmouth, Feb. 28th, Mrs. Jane L. Fullerton, aged 72 years.

March, 1922
unknown/ The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.


DANIELS, Annie - Windsor, March 21 - News reached here recently of the death at Weltmer Institute, March 16, of Miss Annie Daniels, aged 62 years, daughter of the late John and Mrs. Daniels, Windsor Forks. The surviving members of the family are, John and Levi Daniels, Martock and Terrence youngest brother on the old homestead at Windsor Forks. For years Miss Daniels had been nursing in California. Last year she came to Nevada for treatment at the Weltmer Institute, where she was benefited. Following that she came home last summer and in the autumn returned to Nevada, where she remained. On March 15 she was operated on, and on Thursday, died. The funeral service was held Sunday, March 19, and the remains interred in Nevada.

March, 1922
unknown/ The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.


BENEDICT, Mrs. Mary - At the Forks, Windsor, May 5th, Mrs. Mary Benedict, relic of the late Jacob Benedict, after a short illness, aged 94 years and 4 months.

May 1922
unknown/ The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.


BOYDE, Mrs. Anderson - With the sun shining radiantly, the beginning of the Sabbath day in September, the residents of Falmouth were saddened by intelligence from the P. M. Hospital that Ina M. Boyde had passed to her eternal rest at 6:20 o'clock. Mrs. Boyde is survived by a sorrowing husband, one daughter, Mrs. W. Earle McDonald; one son, William S. Boyde, and a little granddaughter, Mary Ellen MacDonald; her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Eldridge; one brother, Frank, and two sisters, Mrs. Edward Aalders and Mrs. Walter Deal. Another sister, Mrs. Wallace Wilson, predeceased her three years.

September 1922
The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.


BENEDICT, Mrs. Robert - The sudden passing of Mrs. Robert Benedict at her home, Upper Falmouth, on Tuesday, of last week was a distinct shock to her family and friends. She was 72 years of age. Besides her husband, she is survived by the following sons and daughters, Ellen, Jessie and Frank, at home; Mrs. Hurlbert and Theodore, Windsor Forks; Mrs. George Green, Freeman and Russell, Upper Falmouth; Mrs. Kenneth Rafuse and Mrs. Samuel Patterson, Windsor; Burton, in Vancouver, and Ralph, of Mapleton. The deceased was formerly Miss Elizabeth Wilson of Martock, and one brother and three sisters also survive. The funeral on Thursday was largely attended. Interment in Maplewood Cemetery, Windsor.

October, 1922
unknown/ The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.


CHANDLER, Charles Fraser - On Sunday morning, November 25, there passed away one of Windsor's oldest and most respected citizens, Mr. Charles Fraser Chandler, aged 76 years, he having been born in Cumberland Co. In 1846. Mr. Chandler had been a sufferer from paralysis for several years, being stricken with a third stroke on Sunday, Nov. 19. Previous to his passing, he was unconscious for three days. He is survived by his widow, one son, Wesley C., residing in Woburn, Mass., and five daughters, Orinda (Mrs. Hammond), and Caroline (Mrs. Faulkner) in Mass.; Mabel (Mrs. C. Nichols) and Matilda (Mrs. C. Perry), in California; and Nellie (Mrs. E. Beker) of Windsor. The funeral was held on Monday at 2:30 o'clock from the home of Mrs. Beker. Rev. J. W. McConnell was the officiating clergyman.

November 1922
unknown/ The Hants Journal, Windsor, N. S.



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