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VITAL RECORDS

Adams, Elizabeth, of Herring Cove (c.1837-1903)


Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County, Herring Cove (Halifax County)

Source: The Evening Mail, 14 July 1903, p. 9.

Ed. Notes:

Date: 06/17/98
The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 14 July 1903, p. 9:
Elizabeth ADAMS, of Herring Cove, died on Sunday, aged 66 years.
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Adams, John, formerly of Herring Cove (c.1838-1900)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail:

Source: The Evening Mail, 30 May 1900, p. 5; 19 June 1900, p.5.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County, Halifax (Halifax County),Herring Cove (Halifax County)

Date: 06/25/98
The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 30 May 1900, p. 5:
John ADAMS, 62 years of age, died yesterday at 208 Albermarle street, after being ill for some time with pulmonary consumption. The remains were taken to Herring Cove this morning for internment.
The Evening Mail, Tuesday, June 19, 1900, p. 5:
Letters of administration were granted to-day to Mrs. Susan ADAMS, in the estate of the late John ADAMS. The estate is valued at about $600.00.

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Adams, Mrs. Melinda, of Halifax (c.1827-1907)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 11 March 1907, p. 12, 13 March 1907, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Grocers, Halifax (Halifax County)

Date: 07/05/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 11 March 1907, p. 12, col. 4:
There passed away yesterday at the residence of her son, W. A. ADAMS, 30 North street, Melinda, widow of Henry ADAMS, a lady very well known in the city, particularly in the north end. Mrs. ADAMS resided for years at 211 Lockman street, removing to her home about six weeks ago, when she was taken seriously ill. Four sons survive - Joseph, in New York, Henry, in Cummington, New Hampshire, Stanley, in Quebec, and William A., the well known grocer, who carries on business at the corner of Lockman and North streets. The deceased was eighty years of age, and was a member of St. George's church. Her lovable nature endeared her to very many outside of the immediate family circle, by whom her death will be sincerely regretted. The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon at two o'clock from 30 North street to Camp Hill cemetery.
The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 13 March 1907, p. 12, col. 3:
A large number of friends of the late Mrs. Malinda ADAMS attended her funeral, which took place from 30 North street, yesterday afternoon. The internment was in Camp Hill cemetery, Rev. H. W. CUNNINGHAM was the officiating clergyman.

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Almon (nee Dodd), Ellie S., of Halifax (c.1836-1906)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 16 October 1906, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County, Halifax (Halifax County)

Date: 07/05/98


The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 16 October 1906, p. 12:
The death occurred this morning, at her residence, 35 Hollis street, of Ellie S., widow of Cotton ALMON, son of the late Senator ALMON, and a member of one of the most distinguished families in this province. Mrs. ALMON had been in declining health for some months, and her condition has all along been recognized as one to cause much solicitude, especially in view of her age - 70 years. However, although not unexpected by those familiar with the state of her health, the news of her death will be received with deep regret by her very many friends thoughout the province, as that of a beloved "lady of the old school," a type now vanishing rapidly - indeed almost extinct.
Mrs. ALMON, who was Miss DODD, was a cousin of Judge DODD, of Cape Breton, of honored memory. She was personally charming, and a devoted churchwoman, her activity and interest in all branches of the work of the parish of St. Paul, of which church she was a member, making her death specially felt there. Up to the time of her last illness she was the treasurer of the Woman's Auxiliary of the parish. She is survived by three children - a son, Dr. W. Bruce ALMON; and two daughters, Misses Susan and Caroline ALMON.

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Anderson, Alexander, of Lunenburg (c.1834-1907)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 26 February 1907, p. 8.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Lunenburg County,Boat Building,Postal services,Loyalists,Lunenburg (Lunenburg County)

Date: 06/29/98


The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 26 February 1907, p. 8. col. 2:
LUNENBURG - February 25 - The death of Alexander ANDERSON, one of the oldest and best known residents of the town occurred early this morning. Mr. ANDERSON was born here nearly seventy-three years ago. He was a son of John ANDERSON, whose father fought in the American revolution on the British side making a very honorable record and coming to Nova Scotia with the United empire loyalists.
The deceased had been engaged in boat building for fifty years, being actively employed until three years ago. He was widely noted in his work, his boats being known and used over the whole North Atlantic. At the international exhibition in London and at the Chicago World's fair, exhibits of his workmanship won several medals and prizes. He has been in delicate health for the last few years, but was only confined to his bed for four days.
Mr. ANDERSON was a stong conservative, taking an active interest in politics and was a member of the Church of England. He is survived by a widow and two sons, James McGregor, post-master of Lunenburg, and Howard H., traveller for J. & M. Murphy, of Halifax. The funeral services will take place Wednesday afternoon.

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Anderson, Andrew, of Cow Bay, formerly of Glasgow, Scotland (c.1810-1885)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

Date: 02/06/99

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: Morning Chronicle, 8 June 1885, p. 3.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County

Material Type: Obituary


Morning Chronicle, Monday, 8 June 1885, p. 3, col. 4:
Deaths - At Cow Bay, of asthma, on May 28, Andrew ANDERSON, an old and much respected citizen. The deceased was in his 75th year, was a native of Glasgow, Scotland, and came to America in 1831.

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Anderson, Hazel Vera, of Woodside (1899-1900)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail:

Source: The Evening Mail, 5 March 1900, p. 5.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Woodside (Halifax County)

Date: 06/25/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 5 March 1900, p. 5:
Died - At Woodside, Dartmouth, March 5th, Hazel Vera ANDERSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John ANDERSON, aged eight months. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday) at 4 o'clock.

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Anderson, John (born in Scotland) (abt 1818-1905)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Presbyterian Church,Petpeswick Harbour (Halifax County)

Source:


Ed. Notes:

Date: 05/28/98


The Evening Mail, Friday, 26 May 1905, p. 3:

Musquodoboit Harbour, May 24 - There passed away at his home, Petpeswick Harbor, early Tuesday morning John ANDERSON, a native of Delfun, Scotland, aged eighty-seven years. In his death another, and almost the last, of the old stock of the ANDERSONS is removed. He was the eldest son of the late Peter ANDERSON of Rothes Banff, and emigrated to this country with his parents about seventy years ago. The Presbyterian Church has lost a consistent elder, and the community a good citizen. He leaves a widow, daughter and two sons, also two sisters and a brother to mourn their loss.


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Arnold, William (of East Jeddore) (c.1827-1906)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 10 July 1906, p. 10.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Jeddore--East (Halifax County)

Date: 06/04/98


The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 10 July 1906, p. 10:

William ARNOLD passed away at East Jeddore on May 4th in the 79th year of his age. He was professedly a Christian for 51 years and faithfuly adhered to his stand taken as a promulgator of Christian ideas. He ever made a consistent application of his high ideals and was honest and upright in his dealings and progressive and successful in his occupation. Fifty-seven years ago he married Grace MASKELL, who survives him. He also leaves six daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth MEDOWS, Wittenburg, W.I.; Mrs. Bridget WESTON, East Jeddore; Mrs. Cecilia WESTON, Fall River, Mass.; Mrs. Maggie HOPKINS and Mrs. Josephine HARPELL, East Jeddore, and Miss Annie, at home, and one son, James, of Dartmouth.


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Atkins, Donald (abt 1836-1905)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Guysborough County,Trafalgar. Battle of (1805),Guysborough (Guysborough County)

Source:


Ed. Notes:

Date: 05/28/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 19 June 1905, p. 8:

At Lower Salmon River, Guysboro, the death of Donald ATKINS occurred after several months' illness. His age was sixty-nine years. He leaves a widow and family to mourn their loss. He was a quiet, inoffensive man, a good neighbor. His father, who died many years ago, was a sailor on board one of the British ships which took part in the battle of Trafalgar.


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Atkinson, L. Dawn (1920-1998)

Material Type: Obituary

Source: The Globe and Mail, 21 February 1998.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Lunenburg County,Mahone Bay (Lunenburg County)

Contributor: Randal W. Oulton

ContributorEmail:

Date: 09/16/98


Atkinson, L. Dawn (nee McKay) (Mrs. "A")

Very peacefully and elegantly as she lived, at the Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital on February 20, 1998. Dawn, beloved sweetheart of the late John Robert Atkinson. Born November 24, 1920 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Mourned by her family, friends and all who knew her, both here in Canada and in Hawaii. Dawn, we will carry loving memories of you in our hearts now and always. Friends will be received at the DODSWORTH & BROWN Funeral Home, BURLINGTON CHAPEL, 2241 New Street (at Drury Lane), Burlington (1-905-637-5233) on Monday from 12:30 p.m. until time of chapel service at 2 p.m. Interment at Greenwood Cemetery. God saw the road was getting rough and the hills were hard to climb so he closed your weary eyelids and whispered it's now time. "Aloha My Sweetheart, We are Together Again"

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AuCoin, Henry (c. 1890 - 1942)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Paul Harmon

ContributorEmail: cheryl.harmon@ns.sympatico.ca

Subject: Cheticamp

Source: March 27, 1942 Halifax Herald

Ed. Notes:

Date: 02/10/99


Henry AuCoin Reserve, March 26, 1942 - Henry AuCoin, 52, a native of Cheticamp, but a resident here for many years, passed away at his home after several months' illness. He is survived by his wife, three daughters, Mrs. Alex MacIsaac, New Waterford, Isabel and Germaine at home and six sons, Fabian, Dominine, Alphonse, Francis, Leonard and Arthur. Alphonse only recently arrived in England with a Canadian army unit. The funeral was held at St. Joseph's Church here for Requiem Mass and thence to the Catholic Cemetery.

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Avery, James H. (1890 - 1973)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Eileen Avery

ContributorEmail: Ib4eexcept@aol.com

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Guysborough County,Larry's River (Guysborough County)

Source: Boston Sunday Globe, 7 October 1973, p. 38.

Ed. Notes: James Henry AVERY was b. 5 Jan 1890 in Larry's River, NS, CAN. Son of Alexander John AVERY and Elizabeth DesLAURIERS.

Date: 01/23/99


Avery Of Watertown, Oct. 5, James H. Avery, beloved husband of Mary (Hayes), father of Mrs. John (Charlotte) Gleason of North Reading, the Rev. Joseph E., M.M. of Hawaii, Robert H. of Ohio, Mrs. John (Elizabeth) O'Connor of East Weymouth, George A. of Waltham, brother of David of New York, Abraham of Waltham and Clara (Claire) Curran of Brighton. Also survived by thirty-one grandchildren and three great grandchildren,. Residence 112 Irving Street. Funeral from the Donald J. MacDonald & Son Funeral Home, 270 Main St., Watertown on Monday at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Patrick Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Calling hours Saturday 7-9, Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment Mt. Calvary Cemetery.

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Bain, Marion J. ( - 1998)

Material Type: Obituary

Source: The Globe and Mail, 6 July 1998.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Lunenburg County,Bridgewater (Lunenburg County),Mahone Bay (Lunenburg County)

Contributor: Randal W. Oulton

ContributorEmail:

Date: 09/16/98


Bain, Marion J.
At South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia on June 30, 1998. Beloved wife of George C.S. Bain of Mahone Bay, and dearly loved mother of Christopher (and Jane) Bain, of Nepean. Cherished grandmother of Sam and Jonathan. Devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and gracious hostess, Marion enhanced her homes and gardens in Toronto, Ottawa, Washington, London and Mahone Bay. The funeral service was held on Friday, July 3. The family expresses thanks to the staff of South Shore Regional Hospital and to the Reverend Heather Hemming. If desired, gifts to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated

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Baker, Henry, of Halifax (c.1812-1903)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Harbour Pilots--Halifax,Halifax (Halifax County)

Source: The Evening Mail, 28 December 1903, p. 8.

Ed. Notes:

Date: 06/18/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 28 December 1903, p. 8:
The death occurred on Saturday of Henry BAKER, of 35 Agricola street. Deceased had formerly been a pilot. He was in the 91st year of his age.

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Baker, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth, of Halifax (-1907)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

Date: 03/03/99

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 4 Nov 1907, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County

Material Type: Obituary


The Evening Mail, Monday, 4 November 1907, p. 12, col. 4:
Died - BAKER - At 33 Birmingham street, November 3rd, Mary Elizabeth, beloved wife of Henry J. BAKER. Funeral on Wednesday afternoon at ___ o'clock. Internment at East Chezzetcook.

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Barnes (nee Crooks), Priscilla, formerly of St Margaret's Bay (-1903)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 23 October 1903, p. 7.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,St Margaret's Bay (Halifax County)

Date: 06/17/98


The Evening Mail, Friday, 23 October 1903, p. 7:
Died - At the residence of her sister, Mrs. Edward HORNE, 293 Brunswick street, Halifax, October 22, Priscilla, widow of Captain Robert BARNES, of Sunderland, England, and daughter of the late John CROOKS, St. Margaret's Bay. The remains will be taken to Glen Margaret on Saturday at 9 a.m. for internment.

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Barry (nee Stone), (c.1825-1907)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County

Source: The Evening Mail, 4 February 1907, p. 2.

Ed. Notes:

Date: 06/15/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 4 February 1907, p. 2:
Mrs. Catherine BARRY, relict of William Henry BARRY, died at her residence, Water street, this morning. The deceased lady had reached the ripe age of 82, and was bright and active right up to a few days ago when she took very ill. She is survived by a brother, three sons, two daughters, also a large number of grandchildren. Patrick STONE is a brother of the deceased.

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Barstow, Frank m. Georgiana Downing (1901)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 14 September 1901, p. 7.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Marriage Announcement

Subject: Marriage records--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Musquodoboit (Halifax County),Rhode Island (U.S.A.)

Date: 07/08/98


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 14 September 1901, p. 7:
Married - At 42 Harlme street, Providence, R.I., September 4, by Rev. Thomas A. FENTON, Frank BARSTOW, of Providence, to Georgiana, third daughter of David DOWNING, Musquodoboit.

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Bayer, William, of Petpeswick (c.1836-1907)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

Date: 03/04/99

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 12 Oct 1907, p. 16.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County

Material Type: Obituary


The Evening Mail, Saturday, 12 October 1907, p. 16, col. 5:
Died - At Petpiswick, Oct. 1st, William BAYER, aged 71 years, leaving a wife and three children to mourn their loss. (Boston and New Brunswick papers copy.)
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Beazley, Albert m. Oakley, Bertha (1906)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 16 October 1906, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Newspaper Article

Subject: Marriage records--Nova Scotia--Halifax County

Date: 07/05/98


The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 16 October 1906, p. 12:
The marriage took place at 7 o'clock this morning in St. Mary's cathedral, of Miss Bertha OAKLEY and Albert BEAZLEY. Rev. Father COLLINS officiated, the bride being attended by Miss Mary OAKLEY as bridesmaid and Richard THOMPSON being the groom's best man.

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Beazley, Heber (abt 1884-1905)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Holy Cross Cemetery (Halifax),Muskoka Sanitarium (Nova Scotia),St Mary's Cathedral (Halifax)

Source:


Ed. Notes:

Date: 05/27/98


The Evening Mail, Friday, 24 February 1905, p. 10:

The death occurred at his fther's residence, 35 Spring Garden road, yesterday afternoon of Heber BEAZLEY, aged 21, son of Captain William BEAZLEY, of this city. The deceased had been ill for about a year, during which period he spent some time at the Muskoka sanatarium. This, however, gave him but temporary relief, and after his return he failed rapidly. By trade he was an engineer and had a host of friends. Besides his father he is survived by three brothers and four sisters.

Also at page 10:

The funeral of Heber BEAZLEY took place from his father's residence, 35 Spring Garden road, yesterday afternoon, and the large number that were present testified to the esteem in which the deceased was held. The body was taken to St. Mary's Cathedral, where service was held, and thence to Holy Cross cemetery for internment.


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Beazley, Henry m. Ryan, Maud (1903)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 9 June 1903, p. 6.

Ed. Notes:

Material Type: Marriage Announcement

Subject: Marriage records--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Halifax (Halifax County)

Date: 07/14/98


The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 9 June 1903, p. 6:
Henry BEAZLEY, son of Captain William BEAZLEY, and Miss Maud RYAN, daughter of James RYAN, were married this morning in St. Patrick's church by Rev. Father Gerald MURPHY. John CURREN was best man and Miss Eva BEAZLEY, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. The couple received many presents, including a cheque from the groom's parents. The groom was a member of St. Mary's amateur championship four-oared crew. Mr. and Mrs. BEAZLEY left by the C.P.R. for a trip to the upper provinces. They will reside on Dresden Row on their return.

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Beazley, Mrs. Margaret, of Ferguson's Cove (c.1820-1900)

Material Type: Obituary

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

ContributorEmail:

Source: The Evening Mail, 2 April 1900, p. 3, 3 April 1900, p. 3, 5 April 1900, p. 1.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Obituaries--Nova Scotia--Halifax County,Holy Cross Cemetery (Halifax),Ferguson's Cove (Halifax County)

Date: 06/25/98


The Evening Mail, Monday, 2 April 1900, p. 3:
Died - At Ferguson's Cove, April 2nd, Margaret, widow of the late Thomas BEAZLEY, aged eighty years. Funeral notice later.
The Evening Mail, Tuesday, 3 April 1900, p. 3:
The funeral of the late Mrs. BEAZLEY will be held from the Lumber Yard on arrival of the steamer with the remains at 3.30 p.m. tomorrow.
The Evening Mail, Thursday, 5 April 1900, p. 1:
The internment took place yesterday at Holy Cross cemetery, of the remains of the late Mrs. BEAZLEY, who died at Ferguson's Cove. The body was first taken to the Catholic church at Ferguson's Cove, whence it was brought to the city by steamer. The funeral was attended by a large number of citizens evidencing the esteem in which the deceased was held in the community.

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Beazley, Walter Seymour m. Schwartz, Gladys (3 November 1906)

Contributor: Anna M. MacDonald

Date: 02/02/99

ContributorEmail: at828@chebucto.ns.ca

Source: The Evening Mail, 7 November 1906, p. 12.

Ed. Notes:

Subject: Marriages

Material Type: Marriage Announcement


The Evening Mail, Wednesday, 7 November 1906, p. 12:
On Saturday, NOvember 3rd, St. Mark's rectory was the scene of a quiet wedding, in which the principals were Walter Seymour BEAZLEY and Gladys SCHWARTZ, both of Halifax. The Rev. Mr. LeMOINE, rector of St. Mark's, officiated. Mr. and Mrs. BEAZLEY will reside in Boston.

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BELL, Leta Audrey (1922-1997)

Material Type: Obituary

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