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Digby obituaries for April 1944 thru September 1948


1944 Chipman M. COSSABOOM

died on Thursday, April 6, 1944 Source: Newspaper: The Register, Berwick Submitter: Submitted by Eleanor Tree; Transcribed by Luanne Shaw Obituary contained surnames BEZANSON, BLACKFORD, BLIGH, CHOLERTON, COGSWELL, COSSABOOM, DAKIN, HARVIE, LYONS, MOREHOUSE, MORSE, NIX, PEARCE

Chipman M. COSSABOOM The death of Chipman Morse COSSABOOM, highly esteemed resident of Berwick, occurred at his home, South Street, on Saturday night, April 1, following a heart attack. He was born at Centreville, Digby County, eight-one years ago, the son of the late Robert and Sarah COSSABOOM. Sixty years ago last October, he married Miss Amret MOREHOUSE, of Centreville, and remained there for the first years of his married life, engaging in farming and fishing. Removing to Massachusetts he conducted a milk route in Waltham for twenty-five years. For the past twelve years he and Mrs. COSSABOOM have resided in Berwick. Surviving are his wife and seven children. The children are: Mrs. Edith M. BLACKFORD, Passadena, Calif.; Charles Oscar COSSABOOM, Auburndale, Mass.; Alberta (Mrs. Boyd A. DAKIN), Berwick; Ada (Mrs. Melvin NIX), Stanley; Mrs. Anstice M. NIX, Windsor; Mildred (Mrs. William NIX), St. Croix; June (Mrs. Anson F. HARVIE), Waltham, Mass. Also surviving are one sister, Mrs. Embree MOREHOUSE, Centreville; seventeen grandchildren and sixteen great-grandchildren. Funeral service was held in the Berwick Baptist Church on Tuesday afternoon, Rev. W. E. CHOLERTON conducting. Pall-bearers were, W. O. BLIGH, George BEZANSON, Wm. LYONS, Ideson COGSWELL, Burns PEARCE, Hardy MORSE. Interment was in Berwick Cemetery.

1944 Mrs Loran ADAMS

died on Thursday, April 27, 1944 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames ADAMS, FRASER, HARRIS, NICHOLS, RICE

Mrs Loran ADAMS ,of Deep Brook who was strickened with a brain hemorrhage the first of April ,but who apparently somewhat recovered,was again struck last week and died Sunday morning at four o'clock. Although not in good health ,yet Mrs ADAMS was able to be about her own home and care for her home duties until the last of March,at which time ,she attended the funeral of a dear friend , that being the last time she was able to leave her home She was a member of the DeepBrook United Baptist Church. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs David NICHOLS ,and besides her husband leaves to mourn their loss, one brother Frank of Deep Brook ;two sons Frank of Deep Brook and Aubrey in the Armed Forces in Manitoba;three daughters: Ruth[Mrs Willis RICE] of Middleton;Hilda [ Mrs Lovett FRASER ]of Augusta Maine; and Freda [Mrs Russell HARRIS] of Kentville;also ten grand children and a large circle of other relatives and friends.

1944 Simon Jedrey

died on Thursday, April 27, 1944 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames BABINE, CAMPBELL, JEDREY, MUNROE

SIMON JEDREY Simon JEDREY one of Gloucester's [Mass.] best known carpenters died on Wednesday of last week at Addison Gilbert Hospital at the age of 74 years 4 months and 11 days. He had been in a patient at the hospital since April 9 and was ready to go home when he took a turn for the worst and passed away shortly afterward. He was a native of Salmon River , Digby County and was the son of Pierre and Elizabeth [BABINE ] JEDREY. going to Gloucester as a young man ;he learned the ship's trade and had been employed along the waterfront for more than half a century. He was a skilled mechanic and during his life time had contracted alone several small boats. His wife, Mrs Cecelia [MUNROE] CAMPBELL died on January 11, 1942 . He leaves a brother Fred JEDREY in Meteghan and two sisters in Nova Scotia;also several nieces and nephews. The funeral was held from his late home , 23 Dodge Street, Saturday morning at 9:15 o'clock . Requiem high mass was celebrated at St. Ann's Church at 9:45 o'clock . Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery.

1944 Roy P. HAZELWOOD

died on Thursday, August 24, 1944 Source: Newspaper: The Register, Berwick Submitter: Submitted by Eleanor Tree; Transcribed by Luanne Shaw Obituary contained surnames HAZELWOOD, WILLIAMS

Roy P. HAZELWOOD There passed away on August 15 at Digby, Roy Parks HAZELWOOD, aged 46 years. Apparently in his usual health he attended to his daily duties on Monday as head chef in the Scotia Hotel and retired at an early hour. When he did not get around as usual in the morning it was learned that life was extinct. He was a son of Mrs. Annie HAZELWOOD, of Somerset, where he spent the greater part of his life. He had many friends there and throughout the country. He was an interior decorator until recent years. He was a member of the United Church of Canada, Berwick. He enjoyed entertaining at his home and elsewhere, and was always ready to lend a helping hand. He had served in the army for two years and was given an honourable discharge, due to failing health. He is survived by his wife; one daughter (Dorothy) Mrs. E. J. WILLIAMS, Kentville; two sons - Carman, serving with the RCAF in France, and Barty, of Kentville; also an aged mother; three sisters - Ethel and Edith, residing in the United States; Lillian, of Somerset; and two brothers - Lorne and Boyd, both of Somerset. Funeral services were held on August 18. There were many floral tributes. Interment was at The Oakes, Kentville.

1944 Ray Sevant PORTER

died on Friday, September 1, 1944 Source: Newspaper clipping Submitter: gail metcalfe Obituary contained surnames MAILMAN, PORTER, PURDY

Roy Sevant Porter, a well known resident of Sea Brook, died on Tuesday, September 26th, in the Nova Scotia Sanatorium at Kentville, after a long illness. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Porter, and was born in Sea Brook 32 years ago. left to mourn are his widow, two sons, Roy, Jr. and Glenn in Hall's Harbor, Kings County: four sisters, Kathryn (Mrs. Malcolm Purdy) Sydney; Kathleen, at home; Theta, in Aylesford; Ruby (Mrs. Lorenzo Mailman), Springfiled, Anna. Col; also four brothers, Fritz, Aylesford; Clarency, Guy and Carl, Sea Brook. Funeral service was held from the Billtown Baptish Church with interment in Lakeville.

1944 Bessie BEST

died on Thursday, September 14, 1944 Source: Newspaper: The Register, Berwick Submitter: Submitted by Eleanor Tree; Transcribed by Luanne Shaw Obituary contained surnames BEST, GOWER

Mrs. Bessie BEST The death occurred at the home of her son, Lawrence BEST, on August 24, of Mrs. Bessie BEST, after a short illness. Mrs. BEST was born at Westport Digby County. After her marriage she lived in Waterville until in her later years she has made her home at White's Corner. She leaves her two sons - Lawrence and Max, both of White's Corner, and seven grandchildren. The funeral was held at the Black Rock Church, and interment was in the Black Rock cemetery. Mrs. BEST was a esteemed member of that church during her later years. Rev. Mr. GOWER conducted the service. The choir sang, "Will The Circle Be Unbroken?" and "Wonderful Peace", with a duet, "Lead Kinly Light."

1944 George Robert Letteney

died on Thursday, September 21, 1944 Submitter: Luanne Shaw Obituary contained surnames LETTENEY, MACDONALD, PIPER

The death of George Robert LETTENEY, occurred at his home, Digby, on Sunday, September 17. The late Mr. LETTENEY was born at Digby, December 12, 1859. He lived his entire life in the house in which he died. During his early years he followed the sea and later became foreman at the former Digby firm of Sproule Bros. For several years he has been a foreman at the Maritime National Fish Company's plant here. Surviving are four children, Mrs. Jennie MACDONALD, of Fairlee, Vt.; Miss May LETTENEY, Mrs. Charlotte PIPER and Burton LETTENEY, all of Digby. Funeral services were held from the home, Monday afternon at 2:30, Rev. T. W. Hodgson of the Grace United Church, officiating. Burial was in the United Church Cemetery.

1944 Roy S. Porter

died on Thursday, October 12, 1944 Source: The Register, Berwick Submitter: Submitted by Eleanor Tree; Transcribed by Luanne Shaw Obituary contained surnames BEZANSON, BOYLAN, FENERTY, FRASER, JESS, MAILMAN, PORTER, PURDY, ROSCUE, RUSHTON

Roy S. PORTER There passed away at the Nova Scotia Sanatorium, Kentville, on Tuesday, September 26, Roy S. PORTER, son of Mr. and Mrs. William PORTER, Roxville, Digby County, at the age of 32, after an illness of 2 1/2 years. He is survived by his widow, the former Alta FRASER, of Hall's Harbour; two small children, Roy and Glen; also by four brothers, Fritz, Aylesford; Clarence and Guy, Seabrook; Carl, at home; by four sisters, Katerine, Mrs. Malcolm PURDY, of Sydney; Ruby, Mrs. Lorenzo MAILMAN, Springfield; Theda, at Aylesford; and Kathleen, at home. The service was conducted by Rev. Vincent RUSHTON, Billtown, assisted by Rev. Freeman FENERTY, Kentville, in the Billtown Baptist church on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Music was provided by the Billtown Baptist choir and interment was in Lake Cemetery. Howard JESS, Leonard BOYLAN, Rae ROSCUE, and Chester BEZANSON were pallbearers.

1945 Egbert Parker Morse

died on Thursday, February 22, 1945 Source: DIGBY COURIER Submitter: Ina V. Oliver Obituary contained surnames DENTON, ELLIF, MORSE, SCOTT

EGBERT PARKER MORSE Following a brief illness, there passed away in hospital in Providence, Rhode Island, on February 14, Egbert Parker MORSE at the age of 67. The deceased was a native Nova Scotian, born at Paradise, the son of the late Willard Parker and Helen Lavinia Morse. A graduate of the Provincial Normal College, Truro, Mr. Morse taught school for fifty years, thirty of which were in schools in Nova Scotia. At one time he was the principal of the Weymouth School, afterwards moving to Truro. For the past twenty years he taught in the City of Warwick, R.I., retiring last fall. Surviving are his widow, formerly Mabel Hannah DENTON, of Little River, Digby County, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Chipman DENTON; three sons, Wilfred of Needham, Mass., Cecil, with the U.S. Army, overseas, and Robert, with the U.S. Army, New York; four daughters, Helen, Halifax; Christine (Mrs. Maurice ELLIF) Montreal; Pauline, with the Canadian Women's Army Corps, Halifax, and Grace, (Mrs. R.G. SCOTT) Conimicut, R.I. and seven grandchildren. He is also survived by three brothers and one sister, all in the United States. Four sisters predeceased him. Deceased was a member of the Oddfellows' Lodge. Burial took place in Providence, R.I.

1945 Francis Desere Saulnier

died on Thursday, February 22, 1945 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames DOUCETT, FITZGIBBONS, MACQUIRE, SAULNIER

The death of Francis Desere SAULNIER occured at his home in Annapolis Royal on Wednesday February 14. Mr. SAULNIER was born at Metaghan,88 years ago and the son of the late Augustine and Mrs Saulnier . He was a member of the St. Thomas Catholic church . He is survived by his wife and two sons Donald, serving overseas and Ernest of Annapolis Royal ; four daughters Mrs John FRITZGIBBONS, Newton MA ;Mrs Thomas MACQUIRE of Newtonville MA; Mrs Frank DOUCETT and Miss Marquerite of Bridgewater.

1945 Amret COSSABOOM

died on Thursday, May 10, 1945 Source: The Register, Berwick Submitter: Submitted by Eleanor Tree; Transcribed by Luanne Shaw Obituary contained surnames BLACKFORD, CHOLERTON, CHORLERTON, COSSABOOM, DAKIN, HARVEY, HARVIE, MOREHOUSE, NIX

Mrs. Amret COSSABOOM The death of Mrs. Amret COSSABOOM, widow of Chipman M. COSSABOOM, occurred at her home on South Street, Berwick, early Friday morning, May 4. She had been in failing health since her husband's death thirteen months ago, but suffered a partlytic stroke two months ago from which she never rallied. Her daughter, Mrs. William NIX, who spent the winter with her mother, cared for her during her last illness. Mrs. COSSABOOM was born at Centreville, Digby County, 78 years ago, daughter of the late Lemuel and Mercy MOREHOUSE, and her early married life was spent at Centreville, after which they moved to Waltham, Mass., coming to Berwick about 14 years ago. She was known as a wonderful Christian mother and was a great worker in the church in her younger days. She was an expert at many kinds of handiwork. She and her husband celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary two years ago, when all of their seven children were home. Surviving children are: Mrs. Edith M. BLACKFORD, Pasadena, Calif.; Charles Oscar COSSABOOM, Auburn, Mass.; Mrs. B. A. DAKIN, Berwick; Mrs. Anstice M. NIX, Windsor; Mrs. Melvin A. NIX, Stanley, N.B.; Mrs. William NIX, St. Croix, and Mrs. (June) Anson F. HARVIE, Waltham, Mass. There are 17 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. One sister, Mrs. Mary HARVEY, Smith's Cove, and two brothers, Nelson MOREHOUSE, Centreville, Digby County, and Bernard MOREHOUSE, Gloucester, Mass., also survive. The funeral was held from her late home at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, May 6, Rev. W. E. CHORLERTON, of Berwick Baptist Church, officiating. Burial was in Berwick cemetery.

1945 Mrs Rosie Swift

died on Thursday, May 24, 1945 Source: Digby courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames SHAW, SWIFT

Digby Courier Thursday 24 May 1945 MRS ROSIE SWIFT Funeral service was held in Westport Vestry Sun. afternoon for Mrs Rosie SWIFT , widow of Hantford SWIFT . She had only been sick in bed one week but had been in poor health for some time. The service was conducted by Rev. JW Derby after which the Rebekahs took charge. She was a member of the Ladies Aid Society and a Rebekah . She was 77 years of age and leaves to mourn three sons John; Russell and Fred of Westport and Mrs Loran SHAW; three brothers Johnny , Walter and William of Westport ; 14 grand children and 7 great grand children besides other relatives and friends. The hymns which were sung were "the Old Rugged Cross", "Good Night and Good Morning" and Abide with me.

C1945 Constance MICHIE

died on Sunday, September 9, 1945 Source: The Register, Berwick Submitter: Submitted by Eleanor Tree; Transcribed by Luanne Shaw Obituary contained surnames GAIDET, GAUDET, LEBLANC, MICHIE

Belliveau'S Cove, Sept 3.- The death of Mrs. John MICHIE of Belliveau's Cove, occurred at the Digby Hospital, Saturday, September 1, after a lengthy illness. Mrs. MICHIE was the former Constance GAUDET, only daughter of Eve and the late Mr. GAUDET, of Belliveau's Cove. Surviving are her husband, S/Sgt. John MICHIE, RCA, Yarmouth, and five sons, Philip, in the Merchant Marine, now in South Africa; John, Alan, Norman and Paul Stuart at home. Also surviving are two brothers, Nil in the Army and Resther, RCNVR. Mr. and Mrs. MICHIE and their family formerly made their home in Aylesford, but have been living at Belliveau's Cove for the past four years. Funeral services with Requiem High Mass, conducted by Rev. Father E. LEBLANC, pastor, took place at St. Bernard's Church, Tuesday, at 8:30a.m.

1946 Charles H GOWER

died on Saturday, January 5, 1946 Source: The Berwick Register Submitter: Eleanor Tree Obituary contained surnames CHOLERTON, CHUTE, DERBY, GOWER, HIRTLE, HOWARD, JONES, MAHAR, WILSON, WOODHEAD

Published 10 Jan 1946 Waterville, January 5, There passed away, New Years Night, at the home of his son, Reverand G. L. GOWER, Waterville, Charles H. GOWER, of Halifax. The late Mr GOWER was born in Westport, Digby County, 73 years ago. He was a member of the united Baptist Church there, a deacon for many years, and was widely and highly esteemed. He is survuved by his wife, Edna B. GOWER, Waterville, and two daughters, Nina B. and Lois M., teachers in the Halifax schools; also two brothers and two sisters: Elmer J. at Westport; Gorden H. Inspector of schools, Vancouver, B.C.; Mrs. T. W. WOODHEAD (Ina), Vancouver,and Edna, of Bridgetown. The funeral service took place at the Waterville Baptist Church andwas conducted by the former pastor, Reverand W. E. CHOLERTON, of Berwick. The pallbearers were N.A. WILSON, E. U. HIRTLE, C.E. CHUTE, E. K. MAHAR. A choir composed of members of the four churches on the Cambridge-Waterville field, sang "Saved By Grace" and "Abide With Me". The family accompanied the remains to Westport on Friday, where another service was held in the old home church. This service was conducted by Reverand T. W. HOWARD, assisted by Reverand J. W. DERBY and Reverand R. O. JONES. The palllbearers wre brothers of Juanita Lodge, I.O.O.F., of which the late Mr GOWER was a member. Interment in the family cemetrey.

1946 Kenneth J Amero

died on Sunday, May 5, 1946 Submitter: Eleanor Tree Obituary contained surnames AMERO, COWAN, MACAULAY, SAUNDERS, THERRIAULT, TURNBULL

Auburn, June 10- The daeth of Kenneth James AMERO, of Plympton, son of George C. AMERO and the late Mrs. Amero. Surviving besides his father, are five sisters- Mrs. Kenneth TURNBULL, Mrs. Leo MACAULAY and Mrs. John COWAN, all of Digby; Mrs. Dennis THERRIAULT, Smith's Cove, and Mrs. Victor SAUNDERS, Aunburn; and one brother, Arnold AMERO, Plympton. The funeral was held Friday morning, with High Mass at 9 o'clock in St, Croix Church. Burial was at Plympton.

1947 Mrs. D. F. BOWLBY

died on Thursday, March 27, 1947 Source: The Register, Berwick Submitter: Luanne Shaw Obituary contained surnames BENTLEY, BOWLBY, CORBETT, GREY, HORSNELL, KINSMAN, MAPPLEBECK, MITTON, OGILVIE, WARNER

Mrs. D. F. BOWLBY AYLESFORD, March 24 - Mrs. Jennie (GREY) BOWLBY, widow of David Freeman BOWLBY, passed away at her home, Saturday morning, March 22, after an illness of two months. Mrs. BOWLBY was born at Culloden, Digby County, January 4, 1882, daughter of David and Marion (WARNER) GREY, and lived her early life there excepting two years at school in Springfield, Mass. Since her marriage she had been a resident of this community. Her husband died fourteen years ago, and two sons, Wallace and Robert predeceased her. Surviving are six daughters and two sons: Miss Marion, Boston, Mass., Mrs. James MAPPLEBECK (Myrtle), Aylesford Mountain; Mrs. Harry CORBETT (Lillian), Lakeville; Mrs. W. H. KINSMAN (Mildred), Clarence; Mrs. Gordon BENTLEY (Marjorie), Woodstock, Ontario; Miss Laura, Halifax; Herbert and Russell, Aylesford. Six grandchildren also survive. Funeral service was held at the home, this (Monday) afternoon, conducted by Rev. H. L. MITTON, pastor of Aylesford Baptist Church, of which church she was a member. Burial was in the family lot in Aylesford cemetery. Pallbearers were Lorne OGILVIE, Wilfred HORSNELL, Harry HORSNELL, John HORSNELL.

1947 Horace Thurber

died on Thursday, June 12, 1947 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L MARSHALL Obituary contained surnames FINNIGAN, GRAY, HUBBARD, THURBER

Digby Courier Thursday June 12 1947 HORACE THURBER The death of Horace THURBER occurred at his home on Tuesday May 27, at the age of 72 years . The late Mr THURBER had not been enjoying the best of health for the past few months but was only confined to his bed for a few days. Besides his wife Nellie he leaves to mourn four daughters Mrs Austin FINNIGAN [ Gladys ] Freeport ; Mrs Warren GRAY [Irene ] Kempt, Yar. Co.;Mrs Frank HUBBARD [ Wilhelmina of Bank-Lee, Ont.; and Zelda of MA and two sons Sherman of Saint John NB and Glidden of Freeport; five brothers , Darrel, Arch and Clarence of Weymouth ; Sydney of Saint John and Will of Freeport . Funeral services were held from the home on Thursday afternoon at 3 O'clock in charge of Rev. F. Hinnett. He was a member of the IOOF Lodge of Freeport . all five brothers were present for the funeral . Floral offerings were many and beautiful.

1947 Mrs Christian Hudson

died on Thursday, November 27, 1947 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames COCHRANE, HUDSON, MORRELL

Digby Courier Nov.27 1947 Mrs. Christian HUDSON The funeral of Mrs. Chtistian Hudson was held from the Baptist Church, Westport with Rev. L.W. Howard officiating. Mrs. HUDSON was born in the Isle of Man, British Isles and came to Canada in 1910 ,residing at Grand Falls , N.B. until 1922, when she came to Westport and made her home with her daughter Mrs. George MORRELLl. She was 79 years of age and leaves to mourn two daughters, Mrs. Chester COCHRANE, Marysville, NB; Kathryn of Westport ;two sons John of Kellum NB and Edward of Aroostook, NB ;also twenty-four grandchildren. The choir rendered two hymns 'Rock of Ages' and "safe in the Arms of Jesus " . A solo was rendered by Gerald Bailey "I'm patient, Heart , Be Still." The floral offerings were beautiful . Interment was at Westport Cemetery.

1947 Mrs H. M. Thurber

died on Monday, December 1, 1947 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames FINNIGAN, GRAY, HIBBARD, STEVENS, THURBER

Digby Courier Dec. 1947 MRS H M THURBER Her many friends in Digby will learn with sorrow of the death of Mrs Nellie Pearl THURBER , widow of Capt. Horace THURBER which occurred at Freeport on Monday. Mrs Thurber , whose home was in Freeport had vivsited many times in Digby and had a large circle of friends in the County. she was amember of the Baptist Church and Rebekah Lodge in her home town. Surviving are four daughters Miss Zelda at home; Mrs Warren GRAY of Kemptville;Mrs Austin FINNIGAN of Freeport and Mrs C.F. HIBBARD , Vankleak Hill Ont. ;two sons Sherman K. of Saint John and Capt. Glidden J. THURBER of Freeport . Two brothers Capt. Melbourne STEVENS of Glaveston Texas and H. M. STEVENS of Toronto Ont. and 11 grandchildren and one Great-grandchild The Funeral was held at Freeport.

1948 Mrs E.P. Morse

died on Thursday, September 23, 1948 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames DENTON, MORSE

MRS E.P. MORSE Mr & Mrs Wilfred C. MORSE of Needham MA and Mrs A.C. DENTON of Roslindale MA and Miss Helen MORSE of Halifax accompanied the body of Mr. MORSE'S mother , Mrs E.P. MORSE who passed away in Providence RI on Sept. 9 to Little River where she was laid to rest on Thurs. Sept. 14.The service at Little River was conducted by Rev. Harvey DENTON of Halifax, a nephew of the deceased.

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