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Of Woodstock, passed away at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital in Fredericton, on Monday, January 5, 2004, at the age of 89. Bette is survived by one grandson John Wait (Donna) of Fredericton; two great grandchildren Megan and Alexander Wait; nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Murray and daughter Marion Wait. Resting at The Scott Funeral Home, 815 Main Street, Woodstock, NB with visiting on Wednesday 12 p.m. - 2 p.m. Funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 2 p.m. from Scott Funeral Home. Rev. Fred Snyder will be officiating, with interment in the Calvary Cemetery.

KELLY, Dr. Charles W.-
Funeral services were held for Dr. Charles W. Kelly with Requiem Mass at St. Anthony's Church.  Priests officiating were Rev. B.F. McMahon, J. Mooney, R.J. Riley, G. Riley, W. Coughlan, J. Smith, C. DeCourcey, Msgr. Donald Duffle, Msgr. J.B. Ward and Rev. R. Munro.
    Entombment took place in St. Anthony's Cemetery vault.   Honary pallbearers were Sen. F.A. McGrand, L. Nobert Theriault, Dr. Stephen Weyman, Dr. Lauchlan MacPherson, Dr. A.M. Clarke, Dr. G.E. Maddison, Loyd Byron, Dr. Russell Collins, Dr. Rudolph F. LeBlanc, Dr. Ian A. MacLennan, A.E. Wilby, M.M. Hoyt, Dr. Graham Knoll, Dr. Robert Langstroth and Dr. Graham Clarkson.    Pallbearers were J.E. Anderson, Richard Palmer, Roderick Black, Frank Berry, Joseph Swift and Charles Fisher.    
Dr. Kelly, a native of St. Thomas, Carleton County was
a son of the late James and Margaret (Crabbe) Kelly.  He received his early education in St. Thomas schools, later graduating from Teachers' College, before teaching in public schools for six years. He enrolled in pre-medical courses at St. Francis Xavier University and in 1943 graduated from the Medical School of Queens University. For seven years, he served on the staff of the Saint John Tuberculosis Hospital, before being named medical superintendant of Jordan Memorial Sanetorium, Riverglade, in 1948.  In 1951, he took post-graduate studies in diseases of the chest in New York, and in 1955, he was appointed director of health planning service for the province, and was transferred to Fredericton.   In 1961, he was appointed director of communicable diseases and cancer control, and in 1965, following the retirement of Dr. J.A. Melanson, was named deputy minister of health, a post he held until his own retirement in 1969.   
Dr. Kelly is survived by his wife, the former Beryl Maxwell; two sons, James and Patrick, students at U.N.B.; a brother, Thomas, St. Thomas, Carleton County; two sisters, Miss Anna Kelly and Miss Faye Kelly, both of Belfast, Maine; and a number of nieces and nephews.  
New Freeman, 3 April 1971, p. 6, col. 5

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Glenna Pearl Kelly passed away on January 27, 2004, at the home of her granddaughter, in Waterville, Carleton County, N.B.. She was 100. She was born June 17, 1903, to Dell and Eliza (Tracy) Lawrence of Wilmot, N.B.. She is survived by daughters Jean Barrett (Ralph), Waterville, Leatha Morrison (Jimmy), Toronto, son Ralph of Jacksonville, 11 grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren and 17 great great grandchildren as well as several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by husband Donald, daughter Amy Doherty (George), great grandchild Karen Doherty, sisters Lottie Rickard, Della Bell, Effie Waters, Nellie Carmichael, brothers William, Frank, Jim, and Archie. The Kelly's moved from their home in Hartland to Woodville Road in West Saint John in 1950. Donald passed away in 1984 at the age of 81 and Glenna stayed in Saint John until 1998, when she moved to Waterville to live with her daughter Jean. Funeral service was held from the Carleton Funeral Home, Jacksonville, on January 28 with Reverend Maynard Rector officiating. Pallbearers were grandchildren Larry Doherty, Ann McAffee, Ronald Barrett, Joan Russell, Gary Kelly and nephew Lynn Lawrence. Interment to be at the Wilmot Cemetery in the spring.

Kelly, Gertrude
KELLY - The death of Gertrude B. E. (Keenan) Kelly of 48 Everett Street, Hampton, widow of J. Damien Kelly occurred at her residence on Friday, September 13, 1996, while surrounded by her family.  She was born at Johnville, N.B., Daughter of the late Thomas and Sarah (Gallagher) Keenan, she was a resident of Hampton most of her life where she was known as a gram (grandmother) to many and friend to all.  Mrs. Kelly was a member of St. Alphonsus Church, former member of Hampton Bowling League, former member and past President of C.W.L., chairperson and a founding member of Hampton Food Basket, member of Seniors 50 Plus Club and was an active member of the Liberal Party for over 50 years.  She is survived by three daughters Catherine and her husband David Coleman of Bloomfield, Lorna and her husband John Morrison of Ontario, Margaret and her husband Terrance Campbell of Kingston, N.B., one foster daughter Dorothy and her husband Trevor Fotheringham of Saint John, one son Leo and his wife Susan Kelly of Hampton, two sisters, Margaret Ann and her husband Arnold Robinson of Michigan, Maureen and her husband Lawrence Dietrich of Victoria, B.C., two brothers Edward and his wife Lois Keenan of Grand Bay, John and his wife Rita of Johnville, N.B., sixteen grandchildren, Loraine Kelly, Brenda Kelly and her husband Ian Hoyt, Timothy Kelly, Daniel and his wife Laurie Coleman, Christine Coleman, Patrick and his wife Kim Coleman, Cathleen Coleman, Caroline Coleman, Kevin Morrison, Darren Campbell, Patricia Campbell, Kelly Campbell, Katie Campbell, Jeb Kelly, Shane Kelly, three great grandchildren, Benjamin Coleman, Jessica Coleman, Jamie Coleman, three godchildren, Susan Chevalier, Linda Baisley, Katie Coleman and several nieces and nephews.  Mrs. Kelly was predeceased by one son Larry, one sister Katherine, two brothers Raymond and martin and one grandchild Colleen.
Resting at Mrs. Kelly's residence 48 Everett Street, Hampton.  Visiting hours will be 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Sunday and Monday.  The funeral mass will be held Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. from St. Alphonsus Church.  Interment will be from St. Alphonsus Cemetery.  Memorials may be made to Canadian Cancer Society, Hampton Food Basket or donor's choice would be appreciated.  Reid's Funeral Home, 343 Main Street, Hampton (832-5541) in care of arrangements.
Telegraph Journal, 16 Sept 1996, p. B8

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Kelly, M. Faye

M. Faye Kelly
The death of Miss M. Faye Kelly occurred at the Eastern Main[e] Medical Centre, Bangor, following a long illness. She was born at St. Thomas, Carleton County, a daughter of the late James and Margaret (Crabbe) Kelly.  After teaching school for a few years, she entered the field of nursing until her retirement. She is survived by one brother, Thomas of St. Thomas and two nephews, James Kelly of Gander, Nfld., and Dr. C. Patrick Kelly of Toronto, Ont.  She was predeceased by one sister, Anna, and four brothers, Lewis, Clinton, Donald and Dr. Charles W. Kelly. Funeral mass was held at St. Gertrude's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. Bernard F. MacMahon officiating. Pallbearers were William Campbell, Wilfred Markey, Francis Campbell, Clarence Caldwell, Douglas Kilfoil and Fred Kilfoil. Entombment was in the Community Vault, Woodstock.  Burial will be at St. Bonaventure Cemetery, Lakeville, in the spring.
Bugle, 29 Mar 1978. Courtesy of
Duane E.Crabtree.

Kelly, James
The death occurred on the 5th inst., of Mr. James Kelly, a life-long resident of St. Thomas.  Although in failing health for some years, his death was quite sudden.  Besides his wife who was formerly Miss Crabb of Quebec, seven young children are left to mourn their sad loss.
New Freeman, 15 May 1909, p. 8, col. 4

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KELLY, James Donald-
The death of James Donald Kelly occurred at his home, St. Thomas, Carleton County on November 5 after a lengthy illness. Born at St. Thomas, he was
a son of the late James and Margaret (Crabbe) Kelly.  For the past 32 years he had resided in Detroit, Mich. where he had been an active member of St. Mary's Parish, Royal Oak, and a member of the Holy Name Society.  He is survived by two sisters, Miss Anna R. Kelly, R.N. and Miss M. Faye Kelly, R.N. of Belfast, Maine; two brothers, Dr. Charles W. Kelly, Fredericton and Thomas R. Kelly at home, also two nephews, James and Patrick Kelly, Fredericton.  The funeral was held from his late home to St. Bonaventure's Church, Lakeville, where High Mass of Requiem was celebrated by Rev. E. John Higgins.  Interment was in the adjoining cemetery with prayers at the grave by Father Higgins.  
New Freeman, 24 November 1962, p. 7, col. 5
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Louise Bettle

KELLY, Mrs. Margaret -
The sudden death occurred in St. Thomas of Mrs. Margaret Kelly, widow of James Kelly and
daughter of the late Richard and Sarah Crabbe, Debec, N.B.  Mrs. Kelly was happiest in her home ministering to her family whose interests always came first.  She leaves to mourn four sons and two daughters, Donald in Detroit, Clinton and Thomas at home, Dr. Charles of the East Saint John Hospital, Anna, superintendent of the Bradbury Memorial Hospital, Belfast, Maine, Faye, R.N. who works with her sister in Belfast but who was with her mother at the time of her death.  The funeral was Requiem Mass celebrated by Rev. F. L. Carney.  Interment was in the family lot in the adjoining cemetery.  Many spiritual bouquets were received.  The pall bearers were William Campbell, Ross Hammons, Benjamin DeLong and Bernard Travis.  
New Freeman, 31 July 1943, p. 5, col. 4&5
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Louise Bettle

Thursday, August 23, 2001 Bangor Daily News
KELLEY, Hazel A., 92
CARIBOU - Hazel A. Kelley, 92, wife of the late Ralph Kelley, died Aug. 21, 2001, at Caribou. She was born in Woodstock, N.B., Canada, Oct. 25, 1908,
the daughter of Percy and Lula (Thompkins) Sisson. She was a loving and devoted wife and mother to her family. Mrs. Kelley was a member of the Gray Memorial United Methodist Church, Elizabeth Chapter OES and the Rebecca Lodge. Hazel grew up in Perth Andover, N.B. until she met a nice young man, Ralph Kelley, from Caribou, whom she married March 27, 1929, after arriving on the Canadian Pacific train, getting off at the crossing, walking down to the farm, where she met Ralph by the barn door. There she would spend her life making a home for the family. Ralph and Hazel had 61 years of marriage before his death in 1990. Hazel loved to travel and was always ready to go. She did a variety of needlework, but most of all, she loved to cook. She was always trying new recipes and had a wonderful collection of cookbooks. Her family and friends enjoyed many fine meals around the kitchen table and will continue to do so from her "secrets" that she shared with them. She leaves behind many fond memories for her family of the days on the Kelley Farm on the Fort Road. She is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Robert and Helen Kelley, Harvey and Carolyn Kelley, all of Caribou; one foster son and daughter-in-law, Harold "Skish" and Mary Ouellette of Caribou; one brother and sister-in-law, Spurgeon and Letha Sisson of Woodstock, N.B.; nine grandchildren, Stephen Chike and his wife, Polly, Rodney Nichols and his wife, Kelly, Ricky Schwagan and his wife, Michelle, Kathy McGlaughlin and her husband, Joe, Carrie Lee and her husband, Dan, Amy, Donnie, Kimberly and Jonathan Kelley; 11 great-grandchildren, R.J. and Whitney Nichols, Josh, Michael and Max Schwagen, Ryan, Matthew and Tess McGlaughlin, Ben Kelley, Desiree Kelley and Jondalyn Murchison; a son-in-law, Wayne Nichols of Caribou; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a daughter, Colleen "Cookie" Nichols; a sister, Edith Faloon; four brothers, Clarence, William, Harry and Basil Sisson; and a great-grandchild, Sean Amos Lee. Friends may call at the Mockler Funeral Home, 24 Reservoir St., Caribou, 7-9 p.m. Friday. Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, 2001, from the Gray Memorial United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Lynne Josselyn, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery. Friends who wish to contribute in memory of Mrs. Kelley, may do so through the Shriners Hospital Carew Street, Springfield, Mass. 01001. Envelopes are also available through the funeral home.  

Leonard Kelloway, 86, of Centreville passed away on Monday evening at the Northern Carleton Hospital Bath. Leonard is survived by daughters Linda (Reuben) Burtt of Medicine Hat, AB, Barb (Rodney) Smith of Wicklow and Sandy (Scott) Taylor of Williamstown, 7 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren, special friend Muriel Brown. Remains resting at Kilcollins Chapel, Florenceville, visiting Thursday 2-4 and 7-9PM. Funeral services will be held on Friday at 1PM from Kilcollins Chapel Florenceville. Rev. Chris Van Buskirk officiating. Interment will be in St. James Anglican Cemetery at a later date. There will be an Eastern Star Memorial Thursday evening at 6:45PM. For those who wish donations may be made to the Upper River Valley Shrine Club Transportation Fund or to St. James Anglican Church.

Of Woodstock passed away at her home in Woodstock on Wednesday, July 3, 2002, at the age of 83. Gladys is survived by three sons, Henry Kennedy (Jane) of London, ON; David Kennedy (Polly) of Woodstock, NB; W. Bruce Kennedy (Alice) of Hampton, NB; two daughters, Louise Billings (Terry) of Fredericton, NB; Susan Douglas (Michael) of Saint John, NB; three brothers, Lewis Armour (Kay) of Woodstock, NB; Phillip Armour (Katherine) of Smyrna Mills, Maine; Richard Armour (Dorothy) Vancouver, BC; one sister, Audrey Collins (Fred) Vancouver, BC; several grandchildren; great grandchildren; nieces and nephews. She was pre-deceased by her husband John H. Kennedy; her parents, Samuel and Fannie (Barker) Armour; son, John Ronald Kennedy; one grandson Darren Kennedy. Resting at The Scott Funeral Home, 815 Main Street, Woodstock, with visiting on Friday from 7-9 pm and on Saturday from 2-4 pm and 7-9 pm. Funeral Service will be held on Sunday at 2:00 pm from Scott Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Dr. Bruce Redding will be officiating, with interment in the Woodstock Rural Cemetery. If desired donations may be made to St. Paul\rquote s Presbyterian Church or to St. Paul\rquote s Presbyterian Church, Guatemala Trip.

Passed away on January 18, 2003 at the Carleton Memorial Hospital, she was 84. Kathleen (Strong) Kennedy of Mackenzie Corner, N.B. was born on June 1, 1918 to the
late Alfred and Katie (Dalling) Strong. She is survived by her son, Eugene (Noreen) Kennedy of Mackenzie Corner, N.B.; four grandchildren Carl (Donna) Kennedy, Gina Kennedy (Doug Albert), Mary (Neil) Carr and Beth (Scott) Paul; four great grandchildren Adam and Alicia Kennedy, Kyla Carr and Cordell Paul, as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her husband Clayton Kennedy. Resting at the Carleton Funeral Home, 337 Lockhart Mill Rd. Jacksonville, N.B. where friends may call 2-4 & 7-9 pm on Monday, January 20, 2003. Funeral Service will be held Tuesday, January 21, 2003 at 2:00 pm from the Carleton Funeral Home with Rev. Bev Brazier officiating. Interment will take place in the Mackenzie Corner Cemetery at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Mackenzie Corner Cemetery Fund, Diabetic Association or donors choice.

KENNEY, C.D., MAX CECIL Peacefully at the Brantford General Hospital on Tuesday, April 9, 2002 in his 87th year, Max; beloved father of Susan and Wayne, both of Brantford and Jacqueline of Maine; cherished grandfather of Mark Swanson, Shawn and Laura Kenney, and Mackani Kenny-Hall, great grandfather of Paige and Daniel. Max will also be sadly missed by his family and friends. He was a proud Veteran of the Second World War serving in Italy. He was a member of the Carleton York Regiment, New Brunswick, a Sergeant of the 56th Field Regiment in Brantford, a member of the D-Day Dodgers, and a longstanding member of St. Paul's Anglican Church, Brantford. The family wish to express their appreciation to the caring staff of the Brantford General Hospital and Versa Care for the compassion and support they offered to Dad and our family during this time. Visitation will be held at Kilcollins Chapel, Florenceville on Monday, April 15th from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. from the Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd, Florenceville with Rev. Chris VanBuskirk officiating. Interment will take place in the Church Cemetery.

KILFOIL, SISTER CLARA B. - The death of Sister Clara B. Kilfoil (Sr. Mary Bernarda) of Ruth Ross Residence, occurred at her residence on Saturday, January 26, 2002. Born in Johnville, N.B., she was
a daughter of the late William J. and Martha (O'Connor) Kilfoil. She entered the Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception on December 8, 1938. Sister Kilfoil received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from U.N.B. Fredericton. Her teaching career spanned more than forty years many of which were spent in New Brunswick at Moncton, Silver Falls, West Saint John, and Maliseet. She also taught in Venosta, and Farrellton, Quebec. While in British Columbia, Sister taught at St. Frances School in Vancouver, and Holy Cross School in Burnaby. Following her retirement from teaching she was involved in catechetics, parish visiting, RCIA and the Legion of Mary. Sister was particularly dedicated to her work with the Greater Saint John Literacy Council. She retired to Ruth Ross Residence in August of 1994. She is survived by two sisters-in-law, Mrs. Rita (Louis) Kilfoil, and Mrs. Eugenie (Jack) Kilfoil, and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by six brothers, Vincent Kilfoil, Murray Kilfoil, Jack Kilfoil, Leo Kilfoil, Thomas Kilfoil, and Louis Kilfoil, five sisters Helen (Mrs. Joseph Mahoney), Loretta (Mrs. Joseph Colton), Mamie (Mrs. Daniel Hannigan), Florence (Mrs. Leo Guest) and Gertrude (Mrs. Frank Toner). Resting at St. Vincent\rquote s Convent, 31 Cliff St., from where the funeral will be held on Tuesday at 11:45 am to the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception for Mass of Christian Burial at 12:00 o\rquote clock. Interment will take place in the Sisters of Charity plot at St. Joseph\rquote s Cemetery. Visiting on Monday 2 to 4 pm and 7 to 9 pm. Vespers will be held on Monday evening at 7 pm.

On December 15, 2003 at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital Fredericton, Mary Louise Kilfoil of Florenceville passed away after a courageous battle at the age of 44. Born in Bath on September 4, 1959, Mary was the daughter of the late Thomas and Seretha (McQuade) Kilfoil. Mary is survived by sisters, Francena (Philip) Dugan of Moose Mountain, Josephine Burke of Saint John, Clara (Ray) Cavanaugh of Peterborough, On. Dorothy (Gary) Foster of Moose Mountain, Connie (Stephen) DeMerchant of Plaster Rock, Sheila Kilfoil Alexander of Saint John, Sharon Templeton of Beechwood, Alma (Fred) Allen of Bristol and Trudy (Drake) Rogers of Bristol, brothers, Paul Kilfoil of Peterborough, On. and Doug (Maureen) Kilfoil of Johnville, several nieces, nephews and cousins. Resting at Kilcollins Funeral Home Bath with visiting Tuesday 7-9pm and Wednesday 2-4 & 7-9pm. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday December 18, 2003 from St. John the Evangelist Church Johnville, Rev. Keith Nielsen officiating. Interment will take place in the Johnville Cemetery in the spring. For those who wish donations may be made to the Spina Bifida Foundation, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, or to a memorial of the donor's choice.

At Northern Carleton Hospital, Bath on Saturday June 1, 2002, Rita Lillian Kilfoil (McIsaac) of Johnville passed away at the age of 91. Survived by daughters Dr. Martha Kilfoil (Francesco) of Asheville, NC, and Monica (Jeff) Whitridge of Calgary, sons Kevin (Ann) of Sussex, Terry (Nancy) of Rothesay, Bert (Mary) of Johnville, Ben (Lynne) of Woodstock, Desmond (Lavonne) of Calgary, Edward (Donna) of Mill River, PEI, sisters Sarah Chatterton of Saint John, and Madelyn Gallivan of Niagara Falls, several grandchildren and great grandchildren. Predeceased by her husband Louis in 1998. Resting at Kilcollins Funeral Home Bath, visiting Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm. Funeral Mass will be celebrated Tuesday June 4, 2002 at 11 am from St. John the Evangelist Church, Johnville, Father Keith Nielsen officiating. Interment will follow in the Johnville Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to a memorial of the donors choice.

01/03/2002 KILPATRICK, RALPH F.-
The death of Mr. Ralph Franklyn Kilpatrick, of 152 St. Pauls Street, Hampton, husband of Lynda (Stevens) Kilpatrick, occurred on Wednesday, January 2, 2002, at his residence. Born in Florenceville, NB, he was t
he only son of the late John and Mildred (Burmingham) Kilpatrick. In his younger years, Mr. Kilpatrick was employed at the Bank of Nova Scotia and SMT, and then began a career in Trucking, and most recently was employed with RST Industries. He was also a former member of the Masonic Lodge in Hartland. Besides his wife, he is survived by his sons, Frederick of Saint John, Stanley (Kim) of Woodstock, NB, Stephen (Wanda) of Saint John, Robert "Bob" (Valerie) of Baxter's Corner and David (Bonnie) of Truro, NS, 9 grandchildren, Gregory, Shaun, Theresa, Jennifer, Patricia, Michael, Amy, Jody and Kendra, 3 great grand-daughters, Raven, Carisma and McKenzie and three cousins. Resting at Brenan's Select Community Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, Saint John (634-7424), with visiting on Thursday and Friday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Funeral service will be held at the Church of the Good Shepherd, on Saturday, January 5, 2002 at 11:00 AM. Interment in Cedar Hill Extension Cemetery. Remembrances to the Canadian Cancer Society or the New Brunswick Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.

KINNEY, Alice E.,
LINCOLN - Alice E. Kinney, 81, died at a Lincoln health-care facility after a long illness. She was born in Danforth, July 25, 1919, the
daughter of George and Elizabeth (Robinson) Briggs. She was retired after 15 years of service at the McCain Food Processing Company in Florenceville, N.B. She was also a very faithful member of the Community Evangel Temple in Lincoln. She was predeceased by her parents, husband and siblings. She is survived by several nieces and nephews, many very special nurses and others at Colonial Healthcare Facility; special friends, Lois and Earl Wing. A graveside service will be held 2 p.m. Friday in Florenceville, N.B. with the Rev. Timothy Shaw officiating. Arrangements by Clay Funeral Home, Lincoln.
Monday, October 9, 2000 Bangor Daily News
Duane Crabtree

Ruth E. Kirkland-Hovey of Avondale, New Brunswick on Friday, December 5, 2003 at Carleton Memorial Hospital, Woodstock, NB. Resting at Britton Funeral Home 2 High St, Hartland, NB with visitation on Sunday December 7, 2003 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service to be held on Monday, December 8, 2003 at 11:00 a.m. from Wilmot Free Will Baptist Church, Wilmot, New Brunswick.

Mrs. Vivian Kilpatrick passed away on Friday May 2nd, 2003 at the Saint John Regional Hospital. Born in Johnville, NB on November 2nd, 1918. She was the daughter of the late George Ryan and Agnes (O\rquote Heron) Ryan. Vivian is survived by Sidney, her beloved husband of 49 years, five children; David of Calgary, Audrey Sullivan (Paul) of Florenceville, Daryl (Cheyenne) of Saint John Regena Watson (Allison) of Dartmouth and Monica of Saint John. Nine grandchildren; Emily, Maggie, Ann Katherine, Sean Sullivan, Kyle and Matthew Kilpatrick, Patrick, Andrew and Kathleen Watson. Two sisters, Mildred Morin of Mississauga and Gertrude McLaughlin of Fredericton. Predeceased by two brothers, Lawrence and Joseph Ryan, two sisters Monica Cronin and Eileen Crain. Vivian was a former member of the legion of Mary, Catholic Women\rquote s League, loving mother and grandmother. Resting at Fundy Funeral Home, 230 Westmorland Rd, Saint John, NB. (646-2424) with visitation on Monday 2-4 & 7-9 pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated from Stella Maris Church on Tuesday, May 6th, 2003 at 12: 00 pm with Father Phillips & Father Weiss officiating. Interment will take place at Saint Joseph\rquote s Cemetery. Memorials to the Stella Maris Renovation Fund, The Canadian Mental Health Association, or to the charity of the donor\rquote s choice would be appreciated by the family.

Knight, A. R.
The word of the death of A. R. Knight  in the Fisher Hospital, Wednesday morning was heard with surprise and sorrow. He had been ailing for some time and went to the hospital Saturday when it was found necessary to operate. Mr. Knight was a returned soldier and a valued employe of A.W. Clark, harness maker. He belongs in Hartland and is survived by his wife and seven children. The body was taken to Hartland and the funeral held Thursday afternoon. Grandfather was a Lance Corporal and served in the Boer War and WW1. He was born  Nov.22,1872 in Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England to Benjamin Knight a carpenter and Sarah Winn a straw plaiter. He entered the Army in 1891, and married Anne Gallagher in 1897. They emigrated to Canada in 1910. Grandmother Knight came to the US in 1927 all the children also came down at different times. Grandfather`s name sake Arthur Robert also served in the WW1 with the Canadian Black Watch.

Death of  A. R. Knight
At the Fisher Memorial Hospital the death occurred of Arthur Robert Knight sr following an operation the week before. Mr. Knight  came to New Brunswick from London, England ten years ago. He was 43 years of age  and a veteran of both the South Africia war and the great world war and in the later he was severely wounded. He had been continually under medical treatment since his discharge and his death followed the fourth operation consequent upon his wounding. He is survived by his wife, five sons and two daughters. The bereaved family have the sympathy of the community. The funeral takes place
at Holy Trinity church today. Rev. N.Franchette conducting the service.

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