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[NI00001] Halifax Herald 1/24/1995

VEINOT, Bertten Lamert - 63, Windsor, Hants Co., formerly of Round Hill, Annapolis Co., died January 22, 1995, in Hants Community Hospital, Windsor. Born in Ohio, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Bertten Alexander and Alma Dean (Hicks) Veinot. Surviving are his wife, the former Vera Mary Alice Hines; son, Allister, Avondale, P.E.I.; daughters, Sandra Taylor, Windsor; Marjorie Veinot, Parker Mountain Road, Annapolis Co.; Darlene (Mrs. Donald Stailing), Round Hill; Anita (Mrs. James Alferes), Fairhaven, Mass.; brother, Alex Veinot, Canning; 14 grandchildren; two greatgrandchildren; several nieces and nephews; an aunt; an uncle. He was predeceased by a grandson, Shawn; brothers, Frank, Reginald; sisters, Winnifred, Doris. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Robert L. Hall Funeral Home, Bridgetown, where funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, Rev. Dr. George Allen officiating. Burial in Round Hill Cemetery.Family flowers only. Donations to Canadian Cancer Society or The Lung Association. "

[NI00006] Anita was adopted by Alvert and Anita Hines (They are her Aunt and Uncle)

[NI00008] STAILING, Donald LeRoy - 43, Round Hill, Annapolis Co., died November 8, 1996, as the result of an electrical accident in Round Hill. Born in Greywood, Annapolis Co., he was a son of Florence Jane (Orde), Round Hill, and the late Robert Douglas Stailing. He worked as an independent distributor of Baxters Dairy with Kenneth DeLong and was a caretaker of Greywood Cemetery. His handle was, Double D, on the CB. He enjoyed music and played the banjo, electric guitar and mandolin. He also enjoyed working on old cars. Surviving are his wife, the former Darlene Luella Veinot; children, Dawn, Tina, Robert, at home; brothers, Doug, Greywood; Richard, Round Hill; 14 nieces and nephews; nine grandnieces and grandnephews. He was predeceased by brother, Ray. Funeral 2 P.M. today in Robert L. Hall Funeral Home, Bridgetown, Chaplain Herb Anderson officiating. Burial in Greywood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Canadian Diabetes Association or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia.

[NI00012]
STAILING, Richard James - 55, Round Hill, Annapolis Co., died suddenly September 11, 2001, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Annapolis Royal, he was a son of the late Robert and Florence (Orde) Stailing. He was an avid CB'er and enjoyed wood carving and relaxing at his cabin on Grand Lake. He is survived by his daughter, Barbara and her companion, Michael Ring, Round Hill; granddaughters, Chelsey and Michaela; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brothers, Ray, Donald and Douglas. Richard was the last surviving member of his immediate family. Royal Canadian Legion will hold their service 7 P.M. today, memorial service will be held 2 P.M. Friday, both in Robert L. Hall Funeral Home, Annapolis Royal, Herb Anderson officiating. Interment in Greywood Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to the Lung Association of Nova Scotia or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia.

[NI00014] STAILING, Ray Howard - 48, Round Hill, Annapolis Co., died July 14, 1996, in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co., he was a son of Florence Jane (Orde) Stailing, Round Hill, and the late Robert Douglas Stailing. He was employed with Mark A. Leonard Ltd. for a number of years before owning/operating his own business, Ray's Burner Service. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. Surviving are his former wife, Isabelle Amero, Mochelle; daughter, Paula; son, Corey, both of Mochelle; stepson, Robert Tompkins, Round Hill; brothers, Douglas, Graywood; Richard, Donald, Round Hill; four nieces; a nephew. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 P.M. today in Robert L. Hall Funeral Home, Annapolis Royal. Funeral 2 P.M. Tuesday in First United Baptist Church, Annapolis Royal, Chaplain Herb Anderson officiating. Burial in Graywood Community Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations to Canadian Cancer Society, Graywood Community Cemetery fund or the legion shuttle bus fund.

[NI00015] The Mirror, Middleton, N. S.

MARGARET ELLEN BANKS

TORBROOK - Mrs. Margaret Ellen Banks, wife of Leslie Banks, 85, Torbrook Mines, Annapolis County, died Thursday, Jan. 25, 1979, in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton.Born in Torbrook Mines she was the former Margaret Ellen Hatt, daughter of the late Nelson and Eliza (Veinot) Hatt.She was a member of Torbrook Baptist Church, where she was organist for 70 years; an active member of the Women's Missionary Society; a member of the Stitch and Chatter Sewing Club and was an interested and active member in all community affairs. She brought happiness to a host of friends with her musical talents, her ability to write poetry and with her sense of humor and readiness to participate in all activities. She spent 12 summers with MRED at Pinehurst. Surviving are her husband; five daughters, Vera (Mrs. Raymond Balser), New Germany; Florence (Mrs. Lloyd Pawson), Torbrook Mines; Rita (Mrs. Harold Banks); Wanda (Mrs. Frank Bezanson), both of Kingston; Pansy (Mrs. Charles Cochrane), Edmonton; two sons, Col. Neil Banks, Ottawa; Vaughn, Torbrook; a sister, Mrs. Lottie Stronach, Kingston; 30 grandchildren; 14 great grandchildren and on great great grandchild. She was predeceased by a brother, Howard, and a sister, Carrie. The body rested at the Warren T. Roop Funeral Home, Middleton. Funeral service was held on Saturday, Jan. 27, 1979, at 2 p.m. in Torbrook Baptist Church with Rev. Wayne Fevens officiating, assisted by Rev. Hal Cox. Interment was in Torbrook Mines Cemetery. Pallbearers were her six grandsons. Honorary pallbearers were Wilfred Uhlman and Ray Neily. Donations in her memory may be made to Torbrook Baptist Church.

[NI00017] OLIVE MARGUERITE MALCOM

East Inglisville - Mrs Olive Marguerite Malcom, 70 of East Inglisville died Friday November 25th at Soldiers Memorial Hospital , Middleton after a lengthly illness.
Born in Aylesford, Kings County, she was the daughter of the late James and Elizabeth (Caulter)Murphy. She was a member of the Inglisville Baptist Church.
She is survived by three daughters, Mrs Thelma Ward, Cambridge, Vera, Mrs Bert Veinot, Round Hill, Ella, Mrs Charlie Franks , Scarboro Ontario, four sons Elvert and Leslie Mass, Walter, East Inglisville, Edgar , West Inglisville; one sister Bernice , Mrs Murray Creamer, Milville, Kings County, three brothers, Loren and Grant , Mass, Arch, Berwick, fifteen grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her first husband Andrew Hines, her second husband George H. Malcom, one son Ronald, one daughter Marion two brothers , Charles and James and eight sisters Bertha, Mary, Net, Minnie, Sadie, Lucy, Jennie and Blanche.
The remains rested at Robert L Hall funeral home Bridgetown, Funeral services was held Tuesday Nov 29th at 4.30 p.m. at the Inglisville Baptist Church, Rev Vincent Rushton officiated the services. Interment was in Whitman Cemetery Lawrencetown.
Donation in memory of the late Mrs Malcom may be made to Inglisville Baptist Church or the special Care Unit Soldiers Memorial Hospital

[NI00021] GRANT, Thelma Beatrice Ann - 74, Cambridge, Kings Co., formerly of Berwick, passed away November 28, 2003, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Pubnico, Yarmouth Co., she was a daughter of the late Andrew R. and Olive (Murphy) Hines. Thelma had worked at various jobs and had been employed by the Mid Valley Motel, Scotian Gold Ltd., the Kings County Home and the Grand View Manor, where she retired from in 1987. She had been active in sports and enjoyed country music, camping, dancing, cribbage, bingo and darts. She was a 17 year member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Ortona Branch 69, Berwick and a 23 year member of the Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary, Ortona Branch 69. Surviving are her husband, Percy Grant, Cambridge; daughters, Patricia (Bud Spinney) Ritchie, Aylesford; Carol Snow, Berwick; grandchildren, Deanna (Wade) Johnson, Tammy (George) Hardy, Rodney J. Ritchie, Keith Wambolt; great-grandchildren, Nicole, Dillon, Spencer; sisters, Vera Veinot, Arlington, Annapolis Co.; Ella (Charlie) Franks, Whitby, Ont.; brother, Walter (Nita) Hines, Brickton, Annapolis Co.; stepson, Larry Grant, Goderich, Ont.; stepdaughter, Sherry Fredericks, Kingston, Kings Co.; six stepgrandchildren; two step great-grandchildren. Besides her parents, she was predeceased by sons, Wendell, Ronald and Larry Ward; sister, Marion Hines; brothers, Ronald, Elvert, Floyd, Leslie and Edgar Hines. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in the parlour of H.C. Lindsay's Funeral Home Ltd., Berwick. A Royal Canadian Legion service, a Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary service and the funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Tuesday, December 2, in the Memorial Chapel of H.C. Lindsay's Funeral Home Ltd., Berwick, Rev. Clyde Lowe officiating. A reception will follow in the Royal Canadian Legion Hall, Main Street, Berwick. Burial will be held at a later date in Aylesford Union Cemetery. Donation in memory may be made to the Activity Centre, Grand View Manor, Berwick. On-line condolences at: lindsayfunerals@ns.aliantzinc.ca

[NI00022] Edgar Eugene Hines , 59, Inglisville, died Feb 12, 1990 in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Yarmouth , he was the son of the late Andrew and Olive (Murphy) (Malcom) Hines. He was employed at United Elastic, Bridgetown for 17 years.He is survived by his wife the former Bessie Sabean,a daughter Deborah Hines, Middleton; three sisters Mrs Thelma Ward, Berwick; Vera (Mrs Bert Veinot), Round Hill, Ella (Mrs Charles Franks) Lawrencetown; two brothers Leslie, Falmouth Mass, Walter, Lawrencetown. He was predeceased by his stepfather, George Malcom; two brothers, Elvert and Ronald, a sister Marion. The body rested at the Warren T Roop funeral home Middleton.The funeral was held in Inglisville United Baptist Church with Dr Phillip Griffin Alwood officiating. Burial was in Whitman Cemetery, Lawrencetown. Donations may be made to Inglisville United Baptist Church of Nova Scotia Heart Fund

[NI00025] was adopted by his Aunt Elizabeth and went to USA

[NI00026] HINES, Walter Murray — 67, of Brickton, passed away, Thursday, September 16, 2010, in Soldiers Me­morial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Grafton, Kings Co., he was a son of the late Andrew R. and Olive (Murphy) Hines. Walter retired as a culinary en­gineer from CFB Greenwood Officers Mess. He was a member of Royal Can­adian Legion Branch #112 Lawrence­town. Walter loved the land and en­joyed farming, gardening, country music and going to jam sessions. He is survived by his wife of 20 years, the former Nita Kelley; daughter, Wanda (Joe) McGill, Inglisville; sons, Brian (Tuyet) Hines, Bedford; Elvert (Kathy) Hines, Digby; stepsons, Stuart Bentley (Cristy), Dartmouth; James Bentley (Angela) Edmonton, Alta.; sister, Vera Veinot, Arlington; half-sister, Ella (Charlie) Franks, Whitby, Ont.; grandchildren, Jessica, Tonya, Emily, Allison, Tammy, Natasha, Kevin and Nikolas; step­grandchildren, Preston, Syanne, Ava and Charlotte. He will be dearly mis­sed by his 'kids', Gus and Brandie. Be­sides his parents, he was predeceased by his first wife, Margaret Faith 'Faye'; stepdaughter, Susan Bentley; sisters, Marion Hines and Thelma Grant; brothers, Ronald, Elvert, Floyd, Leslie and Edgar. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m., Monday, Septem­ber 20, in Middleton Funeral Home, 398 Main St., (902) 825-3448, Pastor Patty Beals officiating. A reception for family and friends will follow the service. Interment will be in Whitman Cemetery, South Williamston. By re­quest, family flowers only. Donations in memory may be made to Soldiers Memorial Hospital Palliative Care Unit or Canadian Cancer Society. On­line condolences may be made through: www.middletonfuneralhome.com

[NI00027] George was a Hunting and Fishing Guide with Rupert Labrador an Indian from Torbrook. He was with the Annapolis County Guides Association.
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George H Malcolm

George Henry Malcolm , 72 of East Inglisville, Annapolis County died in Soldiers Memorial Hospital on Sunday July 22.
The late Mr Malcolm was born in East Inglisville. He was a son of Andrew and Hope (Best) Malcolm. He was a retired farmer and member of the Guide Hunter and Trapper Association.
Surviving are his wife Olive (Hines) one daughter, Ella (Mrs Charles Franks) of Ontario, two step - daughters Mrs Themla Ward, Cambridge and Mrs Bert (Vera) Veinotte, Arlington. four step sons Elvert Hines and Leslie Hines of Massachusetts; Edgar Inglisville and Walter at home, one sister, Mrs Linda Whitman, Lawrencetown, one half brother, Ernest Richardson Inglisville, one granddaughter Michelle; 14 step grandchildren and six step great grandchildren.

Predeceased were his parents one half brother, Austin Slauenwhite and one half sister Hazel Rhodenizer.

The funeral was directed from Warren T Roop Funeral home to the Inglisville Baptist Church where a service was conducted by Rev Robert Shaw 2.30 p.m. Tuesday July 24th

Interment was in the Whitman Cemetery. Donations are requested to the Soldiers Memorial Hospital Middleton and Canadian Cancer Society

[NI00029] Hicks, Alma Dean - 82 Pereau, Kings County, Formerly of Annapolis Royal died Thursday in Blanchard Fraser Memorial hospital, Kentville. Born in Lake Pleasant, Annapolis County, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Bertha (Acker) Emeno. She is survived by her husband, Carl; two sons Bert Veinot, Rond Hill and Alex Veinot, Canning, two brothers, Hector, Torbrook, Arnold, Kentville, one sister, Mrs Kathleen Bayers, Kingston ; 19 grandchildren, 39 great-grandchildren 12 great-great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her first husband Bertram Veinot, two daughters, Winnie and Doris Rose. two sons; Reggie and Frank , three sisters Flora, Hester, and Eva; four brothers, Clifford, Edmond, Ray and Aubrey. The body is in Robert L. Hall Funeral Home Annapolis Royal, where funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. William Creighton officiating. Burial will be in Round Hill Cemetery, Annapolis County, at a later date. In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Valley Regional Hospital Foundation or any Charity.

[NI00032] Mrs Winnie Lebertha Whynot

Springfield - Mrs Winnie Lebertha Whynot, 53 of Springfield, widow of the late Carl Whynot died on December 3, 1978.

Born in Lake Pleasant, N.S. she was the daughter of Mrs Alma Hicks and the late Berton Veinot.

Surviving besides her mother and stepfather, Carl Hicks of Annapolis , are two daughters, Phyllis (Mrs Richard O'Neil) New Albany; Leona (Mrs Harold Stoddard) Inglisville; two sons, James and Robert both at home; three brothers , Bert Round Hill, Frank Annapolis , Alex, Port Williams and 13 grandchildren. She was predeceased by a sister and a brother.

The Late Mrs Whynot rested at Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral Services was held from Springfield Baptist Church on Wednesday Dec 6, 1978 which Lic Eric Patton officiating - Pallbearers were Mervin Mailman and John Grimm

[NI00033] Langille Funeral Home, New Germany.....Springfield.....14 years old...( casket only).......cost of funeral $35.00
Doris Veinot
The community of Springfield was shocked to hear of the passing of Doris, the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Veinot, on Sunday morning, April 28th, at the early age of thirteen years and eleven months. Doris had a bright and sunny disposition and was a favorite with all. She was sick only a week and hopes were held for her recovery, until a few hours before she died. She leaves to mourn their loss, her sorrowing parents, one sister, Winnie three brothers, Alex, Franklin, Burton Jr. The funeral service was held Tuesday afternoon at the Springfield Baptist Church, and was conducted by the Rev. A. F. Hubley. Hymns sung were "There is a Land that is Fairer than Day " " What a Friend We have in Jesus " " Jewels". The floral offerings were sent by Mr. and Mrs. Grimm, Udvilla, Pearl, Eileen and Fletcher Varner, Hilda and Emily Wile, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sproule, Lily and Family,Shirley and Laverne Wile, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wile, Gertie Acker, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Charlton, Mr. and Mrs. Calab Acker, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Burgoyne, Teacher and pupils Stanbourne school, Teacher and pupils Lake Pleasant school.
Card of Thanks
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Veinot and family wish to express their sincere thanks for the kindness shown them during their recent sad bereavement; also for the floral offerings

[NI00035] Frank Clarence Veinot -
Lequille, Annapolis County
Frank Clarence Veinot 54 of Lequille died Wednesday in New Minas.
Born in Lake Pleasant, he was a son of the former Alma Emeneau and the late Bertram Veinot.
Besides his mother, he is survived by five daughters, Doris, (Mrs Cecil Millett), New Minas; Ann (Mrs Marty Elliott) Tiverton; Susan (Mrs Timothy Lewis) , Parkers Cove; Jean Labrador, Princton, Lorie Halifax, a son Frank Jr, Victoria Beach , two brothers , Alec, Canning, Bert, Round Hill, four grandchildren.
He was predeceased by two sisters, Winnie and Doris, and a brother Reginald.
The body is in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home Middleton, where funeral service will be 2 p.m. Saturday, Rev Byron Corkum officiating, with burial in Springfield Cemetery. Donations may be made to Kings County Red Cross or the Canadian Cancer Society

[NI00036] The Chronicle Herald Monday February 12, 2007

VEINOT, Harry Alexander "Alex" - 73, Pereau, Kings Co., passed away peacefully Saturday, February 10, 2007, at home, surrounded by his family. Born in Ohio (Lake Pleasant), Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Bertram and Alma (Emeneau) Veinot. He was initially employed with Nova Scotia Power in Nictaux and then worked for the poultry division of Archibald Farms Limited for 26 years, retiring in 1980 due to ill health. He is survived by his wife of 51 years, the former Dorothy Stoddart; daughters, Diane (David) Fuller, Blomidon; Gail (Lenny) Barkhouse, Scott's Bay Road; Patricia (Wendell) Brewster, Centreville; son, Ivan (Doreen), Inglisville, Annapolis Co.; grandson raised by Alex and Dorothy, Chris (Jasmina), Halifax; nine additional grandchildren, five stepgrandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family. He was predeceased by sisters, Winnifred Whynott and Doris Veinott; brothers, Bertram, Frank and Reginald; grandsons, Tyler and Ryan. Visitation will be held from 3-4 and 7-9 p.m. today in White Family Funeral Home, Kentville, where the funeral service, followed by a reception, will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, February 13, Rev. Derek Langille officiating. Burial will take place in Fairview Cemetery, Lawrencetown, Annapolis Co. Family flowers only by request. Donations in memory may be made to the Pereau Baptist Church Memorial Fund or Annapolis Valley Victorian Order of Nurses. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to White Family Funeral Home, Kentville.

[NI00037] This is Chelsey father...but she has been raised from birth by Michael Ring

The Chronicle Herald Wednesday August 29, 2007

GORE, Allan Roger - 42, New Minas, passed away Monday, August 27, 2007, at home. Born in Toronto, he was a son of Darrell Kilmister, Toronto, and Linda (John) Conway, Cornwallis, Digby Co. He was also the stepson of Robert Gore, Halifax. He had been employed with the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board and loved playing his guitar, music and fishing, especially with his stepfather. Allan was a sensitive and caring man who will be missed by all who knew him. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his wife, the former Heather Oakley, Aylesford; special friend, Gail Dodge, New Minas; daughter, Chelsey Stailing, Round Hill, Annapolis Co.; brothers, Michael (Krista) Gore, Timberlea; Steven Kilmister, Digby; half-sister, Barbara Lynn (Jason) Brushett, Hammonds Plains; several other half-siblings; nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and extended family members. Visitation will be held from 7-9 p.m. Thursday, August 30, in White Family Funeral Home, Kentville, where the funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, August 31, Rev. Gerald Zinck officiating. An additional funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, August 31, in Bear River United Baptist Church, Pastor Fred Bigelow officiating. Burial will take place in Sulis Cemetery, Smith's Cove, Digby Co. Donations in memory may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to White Family Funeral Home, Kentville. On-line inquiries may be directed to: www.whitefamilyfuneralhome.com

[NI00041] Dr. Allister Lewis Cunningham delivered Allister at home by Lake Pleasant Lake and was named after him.

[NI00052] STAILING, Florence Jane - 85, Round Hill, Annapolis Co., died April 25, 1998, in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Milford, she was a daughter of the late James and Bessie Corbett (Orde) Orde. She ran a grocery store in Graywood for many years. She was a member of Graywood Cemetery Committee. She enjoyed playing cards and spending summers at the lake. In her younger years, she was the leader of Graywood Church Youth Group. Surviving are sons, Douglas, Richard, Round Hill; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by sons, Ray, Donald; brothers, Roy, Cecil, Ray; sisters, Aletha, Vera, Mildred, Jean, Attie. Visitation 7-9 P.M. today, funeral 2 P.M. Monday both in Robert L. Hall Funeral Home, Annapolis Royal, Pastor Herb Anderson officiating. Burial in Graywood Community Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations to Canadian Diabetes Association or Annapolis West Health Foundation.

[NI00053] Name of each person in family or household on 31st March, 1901.

Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Mahone Bay, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:t
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

Veinot Alex H M Head M Feb 27 1879 22
Nowe Lavania M F Domestic S Nov 24 1883 18
Veinot Abigail. F Mother W Jul 21 1833 68
Veinot Cara E F Daughter S Aug 8 1875 25

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1911 census
Enumeration District 23: Mahone Bay, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia page 19


Veinott Alexander H. M Head W Feb 1879 32
Veinott Abigail F Mother W Jul 1833 78
Veinott Maud C. F Sister S Aug 1875 36
Veinott Harry S. M Son S Jan 1902 9
Veinott Bu???? M Son S Jun 1904 7
Veinott Bertha M. F Daughter S Jul 1905 6
Veinott Blanch ? F Daughter S Dec 1906 5
Veinott Vera B. F Daughter S Feb 1907 4
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Park Cemetery
Mahone Bay, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

VEINOTTE

Veinotte Abigail (grandmother)

Maude (daughter) [no dates]

VEINOTTE

Veinotte Harry St. C. 1902 - 1987

Wife Carolyn E 1903 - 2000

VEINOT

Veinot H Alexander 1879 - 1966

Wife Lavinia M 1880 - 1907

Gordon C infant

[NI00054] "NOWE","Levi & Ada Augusta Acker","Lavinia May","1882-11-04","1883-02-12","LL",,,"B"
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Tombstone reads Born 1880 Dies 1907
Child Born 1908???

Nov 04 1882 is another birth date
1901 Census birth Nov 24 1883
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Lavina Veinott, died 1909 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County

Item can be found in Registration Year: 1909 - Book: 13 - Page: 77 - Number: 455
Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics Online

[NI00055] Lunenburg County Cemetery Records.


Obituary: Bridgewater Bulletin, 1 Jul 1987....Harry St. Clair Veinotte, 85, of Mahone Bay, passed away Saturday (27 Jun 1987) in Harbour View Haven, Lunenburg. Born in Mahone Bay, he was the son of the late Alexander and Lavinia (Nowe) Veinotte. He was a powerhouse operator in numerous locations throughout the province, with the N.S. Light & Power Corportation. In later years, he was a meter reader for the town of Mahone Bay. He was a member of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 49, Mahone Bay, and United Baptist Church, Mahone Bay. He is survived by his wife, the former Carolyn Cornelius, a sister Belle (Mrs. Allen Craig), Saint John, N.B. He was predeceased by three sisters, Marie, Blanche. Beulah; two brothers Gordon, and Bertten. The body was cremated. a memorial service took place at United Baptist Church, Mahone Bay. The Rev. Dale Rose officiated. Burial of ashes will be at Parks Cemetery, Mahone Bay, at a later date.

[NI00056] Died : Infant..........lived 3 days; buried with mother

died 1909 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County
Item can be found in Registration Year: 1909 - Book: 13 - Page: 77 - Number: 456
Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics Online

[NI00060] Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia Census - 1881
Blockhouse Division 2

53VENOTMATTHEW1818
(VENOT)ABAGAIL 1830
VENOTESRON 1864
VENOTURIAH 1865
VENOTALLICE 1868
VENOTSEVILLA 1870
VENOTCORA 1876
VENOTALEXANDER1879

Will of MATTHEW VEINOT
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN
I MATTHEW VEINOT...................OF MAHONE BAY, IN THE COUNTY OF LUNENBURG , BEING OF SOUND MIND AN.......................AND KNOWING OF THE UNCERTAINTY OF THIS MORTAL LIFE, MAKE THIS MY LAST WILL AND TESTAMENTS MADE BY ME AND THUS CLAIMING THIS IS MY LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT.
FIRST I COMMIT MY BODY TO THE DUST FROM WHICH I WAS TAKEN, ENSURING I WILL HAVE A DECENT AND RESPECTABLE BURIAL AND MY SOUL TO ALMIGHTY GOD IN HOPES OF PARDON FORM MY
MANY SHORTCOMINGS AND AS FOR WORLDLY POSSESSIONS, AFTER MY DEBTS ARE PAID...
I GIVE DEMISE AND BEQUEATH UNTO MY SON HARRY ALEXANDER VEINOT, THE WHOLE OF MY PROPERTY SITUATED IN MAHONE BAY AND BEING THE PLACE FROM WHICH I RESIDE THE WHOLE BEING INVOLVED IN A FENCE, ALSO MY 2 BLOCK STOVE, 2 TABLES, 1 HORSE AND WAGON, 1 NEW WHEELBARROW ALL OF MY CHAINS AND HOES AND AUGERS, THREE BEDS AND ALL THE SMALL UTILITIES OF ALL KIND ABOUT THE YARD HOMESTEAD, THE SAID HARRY ALEXANDER VEINOT TO TAKE CARE OF HIS MOTHER AND HIS SISTER CORA MAUD VEINOT AND GIVE THEM PROPER AND SUFFICIENT LIVING ACCORDING TO THEIR CIRCUMSTANCES AND ALSO MY CHEST AND CONTENTS.
I GIVE AND BEQUEATH ONTO MY CHILDREN EZRAM VEINOT , NILAH VEINOT ,ALICE VEINOT, CORILLA VEINOT , SHARE AND SHARE ALIKE OF THE PIECE OF LAND UNMARKED AT WESTHAVEN'S ELBOWTOWN....CALLED IN THE COUNTY OF LUNENBURG AND IF TESTATORS SHOULD SELL THE PIECE OF LAND BEFORE MENTIONED FOR MY MAINTENANCE, THE SAID CHILDREN MENTIONED BEFORE SHALL.......
THE SUM OF FIVE DOLLARS EACH GIVEN THEM IN LIEU OF SAID PIECE OF LAND.
LASTLY I NOMINATE ENTRUSTATE AND APPOINT MY WIFE ABIGAIL VEINOT AS EXECUTRIX AND HARRY ALEXANDER VEINOT MY SON EXECUTOR OF THIS MY LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT, HEREBY REVOKING ALL THE WILL AND TESTAMENT MADE BY ME DECLARING THIS MY LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT....

SIGNED MATTHEW VEINOT x
SIGNED AND SEALED BY THE TESTATOR WHO IN THE PRESENCE OF EACH OTHERS DECLARE THAT WE SAW THE TESTATOR SIGN AND SEAL THIS LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT ON THIS
10TH DAY OF JANUARY 1876

LEWIS KNAUT
J. A. JOUDREY
K. A. KEDY


[NI00061] Abigail Veinot, died 1917 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County

Item can be found in Registration Year: 1917 - Book: 42 - Page: 417 - Number: 1383 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Buried in Park Cemetery, Mahone Bay
VEINOTTE
Her Head stone reads as: Abigail( Grandmother)
Maud ( daughter)


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Mahone Bay, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:t
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

Veinot Alex H M Head M Feb 27 1879 22
Nowe Lavania M F Domestic S Nov 24 1883 18
Veinot Abigail. F Mother W Jul 21 1833 68
Veinot Cara E F Daughter S Aug 8 1875 25

Source Information:
1911 Census of Canada
Mahone Bay pages 19 and 20 Dwelling 194

Alexander H., Male, Head, Widow, b. Feb 1879, age 32
Abigail, Female, Mother, Widow, b. July 1833, age 78
Maud, Female, Sister, Single, b. Aug 1875, age 36
Harry S., Male, Son, Single, b. Jan 1902, age 9
Bertram A., Male, Son, Single, b. June 1904, age 7
Bertha M., Female, Daughter, Single, b. July 1905, age 6
Blanche, Female, Daughter, Single, b. Dec 1906, age 5
Vera, Female, Daughter, Single, b. Feb 1907, age 4
Beulah M., Female, Daughter, Single, b. May 1908, age 3

[NI00062] 1901 census
132 Veinot? W. Esrom M Head M Jun 11 1864 36
49 132 Veinot M. Martha F Wife M Nov 4 1887 33
50 132 Veinot B. Leander M Son S Jul 6 1889 11

[NI00063] Birth Registry of Nova Scotia........Zaeth B.D. Veino
Source: David Veinot's Notes

[NI00064] Progress Enterprise Wed. Jan. 31, 1940, Pg. 3
There passed away at her home at Newtown on Friday, Alice wife of Mr. Wallace F. Oxner. Besides her husband she leaves to mourn her loss a daughter Ruby and two sons. The funeral, which was held from her late residence on Sunday afternoon, was conducted by the Rev. Alexander Allen of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church of which the deceased was a member. Many beautiful floral offerings showed the sympathy of friends and relatives.


[NI00069] Birth and Baptismal Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S. (name recorded Vienot)
Francis G. Snyder Information: burial date.
Murray Jodrie: Birth place.
"VIENOT","George Fred","B","1782-04-03","1782-04-07","SJAL","Chris James & Cath Robar",,

[NI00071]

SPRINGFIELD - Carl Vernon Whynot, 54, died at his home.
Born in Springfield, he was a son of the late James and Alice (Nass) Whynot, He was an employee of Kirk's Christmas Tree Co.
Surviving , besides his wife the former Winnie Veinot are three daughters, Phyllis (Mrs Richard O'Neil), New Albany; Leona (Mrs Harold Stoddard); Inglisville, Doris at home, two sons James and Robert at home, 12 grandchildren , three brothers, Arthur, Wolfville, Stedman, Springfield, Clarence, Halifax, two sisters, Bertha (Mrs Roy Balcom) Nictaux, Pauline (Mrs Arthur Rent) Dartmouth.

The body is at Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral service will be held 4 p.m. Sunday in Springfield Baptist Church. Rev Robert E Baker officiating. Burial will be in Springfield Cemetery.
Donation may be made to Springfield Baptist Church

[NI00095] WHYNOT, Steadman Witfield - 83, Springfield, Annapolis Co., died April 23, 1995, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born at Conquerall Bank, he was a son of the late James W. and Alice (Nauss) Whynot. Prior to retirement, he worked as a woodsman for various companies. Surviving are his wife, the former Mildred McDow; daughters, Alice (Mrs. Wallace Smicer), Maitland, Lunenburg Co.; Elsie (Mrs. Garnet Ruggles), Inglisville, Annapolis Co.; Anne (Mrs. Ross Burgoyne), Cherryfield; sons, David, Miseners Section; Kenneth, Dutton, Ont.; sister, Pauline (Mrs. Arthur Rent), Dartmouth; brother, Clarence, Bridgewater; 14 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a daughter, Joyce; sister, Bertha; brothers, Arthur, James, Carl. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in New Germany Funeral Home, 4895 Rte. 10, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday in Springfield United Baptist Church, Rev. Brian Wheaton officiating. Burial in church cemetery. No flowers by request. Donations to Springfield United Baptist Church or any charity.

[NI00096] The Chronicle Herald Tue, April 8th, 2008

WHYNOT, Clarence M. - 91, Bridgewater, passed away peacefully on April 6, 2008, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Springfield, Annapolis Co., he was a son of the late Wallace and Alice (Nauss) Whynot. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family. He was a veteran of the Second World War serving with the Royal Canadian Army from 1942 to 1945 in Holland, Belgium, France and Germany. He is survived by several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, the former V. Beatrice Wilneff; brothers, James, Arthur, Steadman, Carl; sisters, Bertha and Pauline. Visitation will be held Thursday from 1-2 p.m. in Sweeny's Funeral Chapel, Bridgewater where funeral service will follow at 2 p.m. Rev. Ivan Norton officiating. Burial will be in Brookside Cemetery, Bridgewater. Family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice. On-line condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com.

[NI00101] The Chronicle Herald Monday February 19, 2007

EMENEAU, Hector Orlando - 83, Meadowvale, passed away Friday, February 16, 2007, in Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Lake Pleasant, he was a son of the late Joseph and Bertha (Acker) Emeneau. He was a woodsman most of his life and a former employee at Allen's Mill. Hector enjoyed the outdoors, especially camping. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family. He is survived by long-time companion, Marjorie Labrador, Meadowvale, and stepdaughter, Kathy Wade; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by sisters, Kathleen, Flora, Eva, Esther and Alma; brothers, Arnold, Edmond, Ray, Clifford and Aubrey. Visitation was held 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday, February 18, in Middleton Funeral Home, 398 Main St., (902) 825-3448, where the funeral service will be held 2 p.m. today, Rev. Bill McLeod officiating. Interment will be in Nictaux Cemetery. By request, family flowers only. Donations in memory may be made to a charity of choice. On-line condolences may be sent to: middletonfh@ns.sympatico.ca

[NI00102] Arnold Emeneau

Arnold Emeneau, 81, Pereau, Kings County died Saturday Dec 17, 1988 in Palmeter's Nursing Home, Kentville. Born in Lake Pleasant, he was a son of the late Joseph and Bertha (Acker) Emeneau. He was a woodsman all his life in Lake Pleasant area. He had lived for several years in the Annapolis Valley. He is survived by a brother, Hector, Torbrook, Annapolis County , sister Kathleen Bayer, Greenwood. He was predeceased by four brothers, Edmund, Clifford, Ray and Aubrey, four sisters, Alma, Eva, Hester and Plora.
The body rested in H.C.Lindsay Memorial Chapel. The funeral was held Dec 20 in Springfield Baptist Church, Rev. David Keith officiating with burial in the church cemetery, Springfield.
Donation may be made to any charity

[NI00104] Tuesday November 22, 2005 The Chronicle Herald

BAYERS, Kathleen R. - 87, Kentville and formerly of Lunenburg County, died on Saturday, November 19, 2005, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Ohio, Yarmouth Co., she was a daughter of the late Joseph and Bertha (Acker) Emeneau. She was a former member of the Canadian Order of Foresters and an adherent of the Anglican Church. Kathleen is survived by her sons, Osborne MacDow, New Ross; Harold (Rosalie) MacDow, Chester Basin; Wane (Linda) MacDow, Ottawa, Ont.; brother, Hector Emeneau, Nictaux, Annapolis Co.; 10 grandchildren, many great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her first husband, Fred MacDow; second husband, Elvin Joudrey; third husband, Clarence Bayers; eldest son, Lester; daughter-in-law, Patricia MacDow; brothers, Aubrey, Clifford, Raymond, Arnold, and Edmund; sisters, Alma and Hester. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, November 23, in St. John's Anglican Church, Chester Basin with Archdeacon Duanne Tanswell officiating. Burial will follow in St. John's Anglican Cemetery (new), Borgald's Point Road, Chester Basin. Family flowers only. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. John's Anglican Church. Arrangements have been entrusted to Davis Funeral Home.

She was born 10 Jan 1918 in Ohio, Lunenburg Co.,NS

[NI00107] taken from the book The Friendly Road

MILITARY

During World War II, 1939-1945, the boys of Springfield and vicinity established a proud record of service in the Armed Forces. By their willingness to serve they have brought honor to themselves and glory to their native land. In comparison to the total population the number who enlisted was surprisingly large. An effort has been made to obtain the names of all of those who served their country in different branches of the service during the war years. We hope no name has been omitted.

A hearty welcome home is extended to every returned veteran. To those who gave their lives for their country we would pay a respectful tribute to their memory.

The following list of names of Servicemen and Woman from Springfield and Lake Pleasant .N.S. was contributed by Mrs Allister Crouse. It was not possible to obtain complete data regarding rank, service and date of discharge.

SPRINGFIELD NOVA SCOTIA

SERVICEMEN AND WOMAN 1939-1945

Crandall AckerRussell Durling
Malcolm Acker Walter Garber
Douglas BestJohn Grimm
Cecil ConradMrs Ralph Grimm
Ronald ConradRay Joudrey
Russell ConradMiss Norma Mason
Raymond CrouseChalres McNayr
Edgar DoucetMoyle Rafuse
Miss Thelma DunnJames Saunders
Douglas DurlingClarence Whynot


LAKE PLEASANT, N.S.
Servicemen and Woman -- 1939 - 1945

Everett Acker, wounded
Ralph Acker, wounded
Aubrey Emeno, killed in action
Ray Emeno, killed in action
Clifford Emeno, returned home
Ronald Mailman, accidently killed in training
Lorenzo Mailman
Lawrence Mailman
Miss Lina Mailman
Jimmy McGill, wounded
Roland Veinot
Parker Tufts
Ronald Veinot
Robert Neily

[NI00109] Book of Remberance 1941 (pg. 29)
Emineau Ray Joseph
Nth NS Highrs


In memory of
Private
RAY JOSEPH EMINEAU
who died on September 20, 1941

Military Service:
Service Number: F/86539
Force: Army
Unit: North Nova Scotia Highlanders, R.C.I.C.


Additional Information:
Husband of Madeline B. Emineau, of New Ross, Nova Scotia.

.............................................................................................................................
taken from the book The Friendly Road

MILITARY

During World War II, 1939-1945, the boys of Springfield and vicinity established a proud record of service in the Armed Forces. By their willingness to serve they have brought honor to themselves and glory to their native land. In comparison to the total population the number who enlisted was surprisingly large. An effort has been made to obtain the names of all of those who served their country in different branches of the service during the war years. We hope no name has been omitted.

A hearty welcome home is extended to every returned veteran. To those who gave their lives for their country we would pay a respectful tribute to their memory.

The following list of names of Servicemen and Woman from Springfield and Lake Pleasant .N.S. was contributed by Mrs Allister Crouse. It was not possible to obtain complete data regarding rank, service and date of discharge.

SPRINGFIELD NOVA SCOTIA

SERVICEMEN AND WOMAN 1939-1945

Crandall AckerRussell Durling
Malcolm Acker Walter Garber
Douglas BestJohn Grimm
Cecil ConradMrs Ralph Grimm
Ronald ConradRay Joudrey
Russell ConradMiss Norma Mason
Raymond CrouseChalres McNayr
Edgar DoucetMoyle Rafuse
Miss Thelma DunnJames Saunders
Douglas DurlingClarence Whynot


LAKE PLEASANT, N.S.
Servicemen and Woman -- 1939 - 1945

Everett Acker, wounded
Ralph Acker, wounded
Aubrey Emeno, killed in action
Ray Emeno, killed in action
Clifford Emeno, returned home
Ronald Mailman, accidently killed in training
Lorenzo Mailman
Lawrence Mailman
Miss Lina Mailman
Jimmy McGill, wounded
Roland Veinot
Parker Tufts
Ronald Veinot
Robert Neily

[NI00110] Book of Rememberance 1944 (pg. 300)
Pte. Emenau Aubrey Hallet
CB Highrs

In memory of
Private
AUBREY HALLETT EMENAU
who died on December 21, 1944

Military Service:
Service Number: F/86690
Age: 25
Force: Army
Unit: Cape Breton Highlanders, R.C.I.C


Additional Information:
Son of Joseph and Bertha Emenau, of Springfield, Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia, Canada.

............................................................................................................................
taken from the book The Friendly Road

MILITARY

During World War II, 1939-1945, the boys of Springfield and vicinity established a proud record of service in the Armed Forces. By their willingnexx to serve they have brought honor to themselves and glory to their native land. In comparison to the total population the number who enlisted was surprisingly large. An effort has been made to obtain the names of all of those who served their country in different branches of the service during the war years. We hope no name has been omitted.

A hearty welcome home is extended to every returned veteran. To those who gave their lives for their country we would pay a respectful tribute to their memory.

The following list of names of Servicemen and Woman from Springfield and Lake Pleasant .N.S. was contributed by Mrs Allister Crouse. It was not possible to obtain complete data regarding rank, service and date of discharge.

SPRINGFIELD NOVA SCOTIA

SERVICEMEN AND WOMAN 1939-1945

Crandall AckerRussell Durling
Malcolm Acker Walter Garber
Douglas BestJohn Grimm
Cecil ConradMrs Ralph Grimm
Ronald ConradRay Joudrey
Russell ConradMiss Norma Mason
Raymond CrouseChalres McNayr
Edgar DoucetMoyle Rafuse
Miss Thelma DunnJames Saunders
Douglas DurlingClarence Whynot


LAKE PLEASANT, N.S.
Servicemen and Woman -- 1939 - 1945

Everett Acker, wounded
Ralph Acker, wounded
Aubrey Emeno, killed in action
Ray Emeno, killed in action
Clifford Emeno, returned home
Ronald Mailman, accidently killed in training
Lorenzo Mailman
Lawrence Mailman
Miss Lina Mailman
Jimmy McGill, wounded
Roland Veinot
Parker Tufts
Ronald Veinot
Robert Neily

[NI00111] Murphy James M Head M Dec 18 1862 38
Murphy Elizabeth F Wife M Aug 18 1867 33
Murphy Charles M Son S Jun 6 1885 15
Murphy Bertha F Daughter S Jun 20 1887 13
Murphy Mary F Daughter S Jul 28 1889 11
Murphy Minetta F Daughter S Aug 25 1891 9
Murphy Minnie F Daughter S Jul 15 1893 7
Murphy Jane F Daughter S Apr 22 1895 5
Murphy Sadie F Daughter S May 4 1897 3
Murphy Lucy F Daughter S Oct 11 1898 2
Murphy Lorne M Son S ? 21 1900


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Millville, KINGS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:36
Subdistrict Number:s
Archives Microfilm:T-6453


1911 / Nova Scotia / Kings / 18 Aylesford poll district / page 3

Murphy James M Head M Dec 1863 48
Murphy Elizabeth F Wife M Aug 1857 44
Murphy Charles M Son S Jun 1887 24
Murphy James M Son S Apr 1894 16
Murphy Sadie F Daughter S May 1897 14
Murphy Lucy F Daughter S Oct 1899 12
Murphy Loring M Son S Jun 1900 10
Murphy Blanche F Daughter S Apr 1902 9
Murphy Jennie F Daughter S Jun 1904 7
Murphy Grant M Son S Aug 1906 5
Murphy Ollive F Daughter S May 1907 4
Murphy Archebald M Son S Nov 1909 1

[NI00121] Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Millville, KINGS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:36
Subdistrict Number:s
Archives Microfilm:T-6453

has her name as Minetta

[NI00127] He worked on a train and it is now in a Musuem in Cape Breten

[NI00130] Dr. Frank Winston Morse delivered Frank and was named after him.

Frank Winston Veinot was Adopted by Douglas & Helen Foley and renamed
Micheal Frank Foley

obit for his adopted Mom
The Chronicle HeraldSaturday August 18, 2007

FOLEY, Helen Dorothy - 87, Dartmouth, formerly of Victoria Beach, passed away Thursday, August 16, 2007, in Dartmouth General Hospital. Born in Clementsport, she was a daughter of the late Samuel and Effie (Ring) Boudreau. She loved to watch game shows, read, play bingo, go sight seeing, and quilt making. She used to find four, five, six and seven leaf clovers and had quite the collection. She is survived by her sons, Robert (Joyce), Kentville; Richard (Verna), Victoria Beach; daughter, Rose Deveau (Albert), Porter's Lake; adopted children, Frank (Tammy), Greywood, and Laurie Miller (Steven), Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. She was the grandmother of 16 and great-grandmother of 13; sister of Chester Boudreau, Windsor; Thelma Perry, Barton, Digby Co., and is survived by many nieces and nephews. Helen was predeceased by her husband, Douglas; son, Ronald; brother, Fred Boudreau, and sisters, Hilda Darres and Edna Weir. Visitation will be held from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday, August 19, in Kaulbach Family Funeral Home, Annapolis Royal. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday in the chapel, Rev. Elizabeth Waugh officiating. Interment in Victoria Beach Cemetery - Garden of Peace. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Victoria Beach Cemetery. E-mail condolences may be sent to: KAULBACHFH@ns.aliantzinc.ca

[NI00132] Bertha Bell was Adopted by Douglas & Helen Foley and renamed Laurie Ann Foley

obit of her adopted Mom
The Chronicle HeraldSaturday August 18, 2007

FOLEY, Helen Dorothy - 87, Dartmouth, formerly of Victoria Beach, passed away Thursday, August 16, 2007, in Dartmouth General Hospital. Born in Clementsport, she was a daughter of the late Samuel and Effie (Ring) Boudreau. She loved to watch game shows, read, play bingo, go sight seeing, and quilt making. She used to find four, five, six and seven leaf clovers and had quite the collection. She is survived by her sons, Robert (Joyce), Kentville; Richard (Verna), Victoria Beach; daughter, Rose Deveau (Albert), Porter's Lake; adopted children, Frank (Tammy), Greywood, and Laurie Miller (Steven), Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. She was the grandmother of 16 and great-grandmother of 13; sister of Chester Boudreau, Windsor; Thelma Perry, Barton, Digby Co., and is survived by many nieces and nephews. Helen was predeceased by her husband, Douglas; son, Ronald; brother, Fred Boudreau, and sisters, Hilda Darres and Edna Weir. Visitation will be held from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday, August 19, in Kaulbach Family Funeral Home, Annapolis Royal. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday in the chapel, Rev. Elizabeth Waugh officiating. Interment in Victoria Beach Cemetery - Garden of Peace. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Victoria Beach Cemetery. E-mail condolences may be sent to: KAULBACHFH@ns.aliantzinc.ca

[NI00134] Frances was brought up by Bonnie and Albert Johnson

The Chronicle Herald 12/29/2009

ELLIOTT, Frances "Ann" — 48, Digby, formerly of Tiverton, N.S., passed away tragically Saturday, December 26, 2009 as the result of a motor vehicle accident. Born in Middleton, she was the biological daughter of Alice (Stoddart) Dahr, New Minas and the late Frank Veinot. Ann was a member of the Tiverton United Baptist Church, past Sunday School teacher and a past member of Sunrise Rebekka Lodge, Tiverton. She was an avid bingo player and enjoyed pogo. Ann dearly loved her family, especially her granddaughter. She is survived by her daughter, Sonya (Jason) Frost, New Edinburgh, N.S.; son, Derek (Alicia Lunn), Wolfville; and their father, Marty Elliott, Tiverton; granddaughter, Ashlynn Dawn Ann Frost; parents, Bonnie and Albert Johnson, Middleton; sisters, Doris (Cecil) Millett, New Minas; Laurie (Steve) Miller, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.; Susan (Tim) Lewis, Brampton, Ont.; Jean Labrador, Kitchener, Ont.; brothers, Frank (Tammy) Foley, Maitland Bridge; Ernest Bennett, Annapolis Royal; and Ralph Bennett, Middleton; sister, Louise Lyons, Fredericton, N.B.; brothers, Glenn Johnson (Carrie Langill), Kingston and Jim (Jennifer) Johnson, Middleton; mother and father in-law, Shirley and Norma Elliott, Tiverton; brother-in-law, Alex (Robbin) Elliott, Tiverton; special nieces, Keighley and Jensen and many nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place. A celebration of life service will be held 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, December 30, in Tiverton United Baptist Church, Rev. Rick Small officiating. Interment will be in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Tiverton. By request, family flowers only. Donations in memory may be made to the Tiverton United Baptist Church. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Middleton Funeral Home, 398 Main St., (902) 825-3448. Online condolences may be made through: www.middletonfuneralhome.com

[NI00135] ( David Joseph Veinot's Notes)
Baptismal Records acquired by Paul Jodrey from researchers in Montbeliard.
(Name recorded as Jacques Christopher)....Future references reverse the name so as not to confuse with his brother of the same name.

Arrived in Halifax on the ship " Betty" from Montbeliard along with his parents and brothers in 1752.

Burial Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.

Christopher purchased Jean Christopher Jodry's farm lot, Number 428, North West Range. To 1992, there have been descendants of Christopher living on this 30 acre lot.

NOVA SCOTIA IMMIGRANTS TO 1867 PART 1 FROM MANUSCRIPTS
compiled by Col. Leonard H. Smith Jr.
(A U.S. Retired
M.A. (genealogy) certified Genealogist
Vinvoet Christopher Arr on Betty July 1752 (10) Murdoch 2:123

Nova Scotia Immigrants to 1867 Part 2 From Nova Scotia Periodicals compiled by Col Leonard H. Smith Jr.
(A U.S. Retired) M.A. (Genealogy) Certified Genealogist and Norma H Smith
Veinot Christophe S of Leopold from Montbeliard on Betty 1752 (328:92)

1770 Lunenburg County Census PAGE 14

Christopher VIENOT Lunenburg 1 1 1 2 5

[NI00136] Burial Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.

Murray Jodrie notes

Came to Nova Scotia in the ship "Betty" from Montbeliard. The family consisted of David Robart, age 18, his sisters, Catherine and Elizabeth and an older woman, Jeanne Robart. believed to be the mother. On Aug 14 1773, Jeanne married Jean Christopher Joudrey from Allondans. Montbeliard. From the victualling lists, it can be found that Catherine and Elizabeth lived with the Joudreys for a couple of years after Jeanne married. On June 08 1756, David Robart married Marie Elizabeth Allison, who also came from Montbeliard. Her father was George Frederick Allison. Her father died in Halifax and was buried on May 02 1753. Marie's mother, Catherine Elizabeth married Jonas Trippeau from Switzerland, on may 30, 1753. On April 26, 1759, both Jonas Trippeau and his wife, Catherine Elizabeth, were scalped by the Indians. Catherine Robart had an illegitimate daughter, Elizabeth, baptized on Nov 20 1759. She married Christopher Jacques Vienot on April 13 1761.

[NI00137] Leopold Veinot from Montbeliard,France via Rotterdam on the Betty(ship) in 1752. Wife Jeanne and four sons Jacques Christopher, Christopher Jacques, and George Vincent, and Jean Christopher Arrived in Halifax on July 24 1752.Wife Jeanne and sons George Vincent and Jean Christopher died in Halifax with deaths recorded in Saint Paul's Anglican Church, Halifax as April 1753. Leopold and two remaining sons travelled to Lunenburg for settlement in May 28 1753,being part of the 1453 original settlers December,1753 ,Leopold married Ann Judith Millard, also from Montbeliard.
Leopold died Jan. 10 1783 at the age of 79 yrs. (Burial Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.)

(David Joseph Veinot's Notes:)
Leopold Vienot, son of Jean Hori Vienot, bourgeois of Blamont, and of Jeanne Masson, his wife, was baptized on Oct. 15 1704; the godfather was Le Seigneur Leopold Rigoulot, deacon of the church of Blamont, the godmother was Miss N. Cuvier, daughter of Mr. Le councillor Cuvier of Montbeliard. (R.P. Belmont ADDEAC 968 GG 1)

Info from Paul Veinot.....Born and raised in Montbeliard. A member of the bourgeoise, he was a weaver by trade. In ships records he indicated that he was a farmer. He travelled down the Rhine with his family to Rotterdam, sailed to England and travelled to Nova Scotia on the "Betty" arriving in Halifax in 1753. The family stayed the winter in Halifax helping to build the city. While here his wife (Jeanne) and two children died and are buried in Halifax. He sailed with his family to Lunenburg, embarking on May 28 1753 and arriving on June 7 1753, where they settled.

Last Will and Testament: " I do resign my soul with utmost humility into the hands of almighty God, my creator, humbly hoping for a blessed immortality through the merits and mediation of my blessed Savior and Redeemer, Jesus Christ, and of my body I desire to be found decently at the discretion of my executor. I leave son Jacques six pounds currency eldest son Jacques Christopher Senior all my estates, whole sole heir." (Dated 1778)

Leopold drew town lot #6F in Moreau's Divisions, 30 acre #368, Northwest Range, and 300 acre lot #15, 3rd Division, letter D. On February 16 1769, he sold lot #14F in Rudolf's Division to George Lod. Deed for same is in the Nova Scotia Archives (MG1, 105, $43)

Murray Jodrie: Leopold was born in the Principality of Montbeliard in the year 1704. He and his family came to Nova Scotia in the ship "Betty", leaving Rotterham on May 16, 1752. He was one of the Foreign Protestants who came to Nova Scotia under the auspices of the British Government, who was attempting to counteract the Catholic French population in Nova Scotia at the time. He was one of the founding settlers of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, in June, 1753.

Pioneers and planters by Ester Wright: Leopold Vienot - Lunenburg, a farmer from Montbeliard arrived on the BETTY in 1752 at the age of 48. He was buried on the 13 Jan 1783. He was married (1) Jeanne. She was buried 20 Feb 1753 at age 50 and (2) Ann Judith Maillard on 3 Dec 1754. She was buried 4 March 1762. Children from the first marriage were Jacques or James Christopher, Christopher James and George


Vienot, Leopold Moreau F-6 Moreau B-36 NW Range

Settlers receiving livestock, 1754
# 42 VINVOET Leopold, 1 cow, 1 sheep shared with Joseph Contois

VIENOT/VEINOT
NOVA SCOTIA IMMIGRANTS TO 1867 PART 1 FROM MANUSCRIPTS
compiled by Col. Leonard H. Smith Jr.
(A U.S. Retired
M.A. (genealogy) certified Genealogist

Vinvoet Leopold. Arr on Betty July 1752 (10) Murdoch 2:123

Nova Scotia Immigrants to 1867 Part 2 From Nova Scotia Periodicals compiled by Col Leonard H. Smith Jr.
(A U.S. Retired) M.A. (Genealogy) Certified Genealogist and Norma H Smith
Veinot, Leopold farmer 48, from Montbeliard on Betty 1752 (328:92)


LUNENBURG FOUNDING FATHERS JUNE 1753 TO JUNE 1755
Vienot, Leopold Moreau F-6 Moreau B-36 NW Range

[NI00138] Burial in Halifax before settler's arrival in Lunenburg
Burial Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.
Paul Veinott obtained additional information from St. George Reform Church, Montbeliard, including her last name.
Jeanne Meliere, daughter of the honorable Pierre Meliere, master of the School at Blamont, and of Marguerite Ramel, his wife, was baptized on Oct. 18 1704; the godfather was George Masson, son of Pierre Masson, " behind Les Rales", the godmother was Jeanne Ramel, daughter of Laurend Ramel, living at Abbevillers. (R.P. Blamont ADD EAC 968 GG 1)
PJ: Jeanne dies of a disease that killed 70 or more Montbeliard researchers
during the fall and winter of 1752-1753. She was buried in St Paul's Cemetery
in Halifax. Two of her sons also dies of the disease, and were buried beside her in Halifax.
NOVA SCOTIA IMMIGRANTS TO 1867 PART 1 FROM MANUSCRIPTS
compiled by Col. Leonard H. Smith Jr.
(A U.S. Retired
M.A. (genealogy) certified Genealogist
Vinvoet Jeanne Arr on Betty July 1752 (10) Murdoch 2:123

Nova Scotia Immigrants to 1867 Part 2 From Nova Scotia Periodicals compiled by Col Leonard H. Smith Jr.
(A U.S. Retired) M.A. (Genealogy) Certified Genealogist and Norma H Smith
Veinot Jeanne Wife of Leopold from Montbeliard on Betty 1752 (328:92)

[NI00139] Information from marriage record:
Horry VIENOT, son of (fut?) Claude VIENOT, of Glay when he was alive, and of Catherine de THOUX of Exincourt, his wife, approximately 27 years old and still under the power of Jean METTETAL miller of Glay, second husband of said de THOUX, married in first marriage Jeanne MASSON, daughter of (fut?) Richard MASSON the young, bourgeois of Blamont, and of Jeanne BOUVIER, the widow of said MASSON, approximately 22 years old and still under the power of said BOUVIER, her mother, Tuesday 14 Jul 1685. Having declared VIENOT and MASSON husband and wife, having summoned to be questioned by the minister on said Glay to sign the present act of their said marriage and said Horry VIENOT would have signed it with his own hand and the said Jeanne MASSON declared herself unable to sign because she did not know how to write and this in front of and in the presence of Jean MATTETAL and Jean Christopher METTETAL of said Glay and of Daniel and Jean Christopher MASSON, bourgeois of Blamont and all close relatives of said VIENOT and MASSON and those aforementioned VIENOT and MASSON which could impede their marriage having been for that purpose summond by the aforementioned minister endorsed the state. They signed the present act of marriage with their own hands. J.G. PARROT (R. Blamont AMM 1 Z 224 bis)

Death of Jean Hori: Jean Hori VIENOT bourgeois of Blamont died at the aforementioned place 22 May 1727, Ascension Day, and was buried in the cemetery there the next day. He was 70 years old. He left children who were all grown and some were married. God give his body a glorious resurrection
R.P Blamont Add 968 GG 1

[NI00140] Jeanne MASSON - 4916
Death Record: Jeanne MASSON, wife of Jean Horry VIENOT, bourgeois of Blamont dies April 27, 1725 and was interred the following day in the cemetery of said Blamont, aged 63 years. She left her husband a widower with five children, three sons and two daughters, who were still in communion but were already grown. God give her body a happy resurrection
R.P. Blamont ADD EAC 968 GG1

[NI00146] Information acquired by Paul Jodrey from Montbeliard researchers

[NI00147] Information acquired by Paul Jodrey from researchers in Montbeliard

[NI00148] Information acquired by Paul Jodrey from researchers in Montbeliard

[NI00149] Birth information acquired by Paul Jodrey from researchers in Montbelia
(Name given as JEAN)
Had to be buried in Halifax because they did not depart Halifax for Lunenburg
until 28 May 1753. Burial records: St John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.
(Name recorded as Christopher)
P.J One of two sons who died of disease during the winter of 1752-1753 while the new settlers waited in Halifax. Buried beside mother in St. Paul's Cemetery

[NI00150] Jaques Christopher VEINOT
Other Marriages
Judith Margaret - 2854 (MRIN:922)
Married 1787

Baptismal records acquired by Paul Joudrey from researchers in Montbeliard
(Name recorded as Jaques Christopher)

Marriage Records, St John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg N.S. (Name recorded as James Christopher)
Murray Jodrie: Death date
I had burial date as 25 Aug 1842 (David Joseph VEINOT)

Vienot, Jacques Moreau

NOVA SCOTIA IMMIGRANTS TO 1867 PART 1 FROM MANUSCRIPTS
compiled by Col. Leonard H. Smith Jr.
(A U.S. Retired
M.A. (genealogy) certified Genealogist
Vinvoet Jaque Arr on Betty July 1752 (10) Murdoch 2:123

Nova Scotia Immigrants to 1867 Part 2 From Nova Scotia Periodicals compiled by Col Leonard H. Smith Jr.
(A U.S. Retired) M.A. (Genealogy) Certified Genealogist and Norma H Smith
Veinot Jacques Farmer 15, son of Leopold from Montbeliard on BETTY 1752 (328:92)

LUNENBURG FOUNDING FATHERS JUNE 1753 TO JUNE 1755
Vienot, Jacques Moreau

1770 Lunenburg County Census PAGE 14

Jaque VIENOT Lunenburg 1 1 1 1 4

[NI00151] George Vincent died in Halifax with deaths recorded in Saint Paul's Anglican Church, Halifax as April 1753.
Information acquired by Paul Jodrey from researchers in Montbeliard
Murray Joudrie: George Vincent dies in Halifax along with his mother and brother during the winter 1752-1753 after contracting a disease which killed at least 70 settlers waiting the spring trip to Lunenburg N.S.

NOVA SCOTIA IMMIGRANTS TO 1867 PART 1 FROM MANUSCRIPTS
compiled by Col. Leonard H. Smith Jr.
(A U.S. Retired
M.A. (genealogy) certified Genealogist
Vinvoet George Arr on Betty July 1752 (10)
Murdoch 2:123

Nova Scotia Immigrants to 1867 Part 2 From Nova Scotia Periodicals compiled by Col Leonard H. Smith Jr.
(A U.S. Retired) M.A. (Genealogy) Certified Genealogist and Norma H Smith

Veinot, George S of Leopold from Montbeliard on Betty 1752 (328:92)

[NI00174] Nicolas DARE(ca.1709-1767) and his wife Suzanne(ca.1719-1786) were the progenitors of our DOREY, DAUREY and several other families in Nova Scotia.
They came from the Principality of Montbeliard, now part of France bordering Switzerland.
Nicholas arrived in Halifax on the Ship " Betty" in 1752 age 42.

[NI00180] "VIENOT","Sally Phillips","B","1766 abt","1766-04-06","SJAL","James Chris & Jeanna",,

[NI00189] Birth and Baptismal Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.

1871 Census: Owned 300 acres of land- -100 acres occupied; 20 acres improved; and 5 acres pasture. 1 House, 1 barn; 2 carts; 2 ploughs or cultivators; 4 oxen, 3 milch cows,2 cattle-- 2cattle butchered, 1 sheep--1 sheep butchered, 1 bushel spring wheat, 9 bushel barley, 16 bushel oats, 10 bushel rye, 3 bushel peas, 1 bushel beans, 21 bushel buckwheat, 120 bushel turnips, 3 bushel carrots, 1 acre of potatoes--100bushel, 10 acres of hay--10 tons, 10 pounds of flax, 4 pounds hemp, 100 pounds butter, 20 pounds wool, 19 yards homemade woolen cloth, 25 yards homemade linen cloth.

Peter George lived at Martin's Point, but died at New Ross.

(David Joseph Veinot's Notes)

[NI00190] Birth and Baptismal Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.

[NI00191] Joseph Veinot Sr.,1814-1881 known as " Black Joe" because his hair was black; son of George Frederick & Margaret ( Jodrey) ; farmer, woodsman and Millman;one of Newburn first settlers- he came here in the early 1840's.

The house that Joseph Veinot Sr. built in 1850 still stands today and is owned by his great grandson Harry & wife Patsy. Taken from the book " Newburne Then and Now" written by Pauline Veinotte.

[NI00193] VIENOT Samuel B 1813-04-03 1814-05-21 SJAL George Fred & Margaret John,Cath&JaneElizHam,GeoChrVienot


1881 Census: Blockhouse, Lunenburg Co., N.S.
Samuel VEINOT M Male French 65 Nova Scotia Farmer Chur
England
Lavinia VEINOT M Female German 49 Nova Scotia Lutheran
James F. VEINOT Male French 15 Nova Scotia Farmerson Church
of England
Roemma E. VEINOT Female French 13 Nova Scotia Church of
England
Anna L. VEINOT Female French 11 Nova Scotia Church of
England
Corella May VEINOT Female French 7 Nova Scotia Church of
England

[NI00195] Birth and Baptismal Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.( Name spelled Vinott in record)

[NI00197] Baptismal Records: Dutch Reformed Church, Lunenburg, N.S.

[NI00198] Birth Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.(Infant daughter of George Frederick Vienot , of the Northwest ,farmer , and Margaret , his wife , Northwest Range....6 months.)

[NI00199] 1871 Census: farmer. Owned 200 acres--100 acres improved; 60 acres pasture. 1 house...1 barn; 2 carriages or sleighs, 2 carts, wagons, or sleds, 1 plough or cultivator ; 1 colt or filly , 2 oxen, 3 milch cows, 6 cattle, 26 sheep--10 butchered, 1 swine--1 butchered; 30 bushel barley, 25 bushel oats, 35 bushel rye, 200 bushel potatoes, 12 tons of hay, 300 pounds of butter, 30 pounds of wool, 50 yards of homemade woolen cloth, 50 yards of homemade linen cloth.

VIENOT Nelson B 1826-02-27 1826-12-02 SJAL George Fred & Margaret



[NI00200] Birth and Baptismal Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.

[NI00208] Baptismal Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.
Murray Jodrie....has baptismal date as 13 Jun 1762
Burial Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.

[NI00210] Elizabeth was born illegitmate to Elizabeth Robar. Father not stated. She was adopted by Elizabeth Robar's husband, Christopher Jacques Vienot when they married. The source of this information is Murray Jodrie.

Paul Crant Website

[NI00212] "VIENOT","Sally Phillips","B","1765 abt","1765-03-24","SJAL","Chris & Cath",,
Baptismal Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.
Murray Jodrie: Birth date and birth place.

[NI00216] Baptismal Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S. (James Dares maketh oath that he together with Peter Langille and Mary Elizabeth Daphine, were sponsors at the christening of Peter James, son of Christopher and Catherine Vienot, of the township of Lunenburg, by the late Reverend Mr. Paulus Brizelius, some time in the month of October. 1770. Sworn to before me , at Lunenburg aforesaid, the 6th day of February, 1770. Jno. Creighton, J.P.)

Francis G. Snyder Information: Death date..Possibly committed suicide by hanging himself after the death of his wife, ? Blockhouse.
Murray Joudrie: Canon Harris says that he was probably the Peter James Veinot who hanged himself over a brook.

(David Joseph Veinot's Notes)

[NI00218] Baptismal Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.
( Frederick Jodrey maketh oath that he together with David Robarts, and Jane Veinot, were sponsors at the christening of Joshua Frederick, son of Christopher and Catherine Vienot, of the township of Lunenburg, by the late Reverend Paulus Brizelius, some time in the month of March 1773. Sworn to before me, at Lunenburg aforesaid, the 6th day of February 1790.Jno. Creighton, J. P.) St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.

Burial Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S....(age ??? suddenly)

Murray Jodrie: Joshua died suddenly in 1815. He lived by the mill above the property of Alex Hughes.

( David Joseph Veinot's Notes)

[NI00220] Birth and Baptismal Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.
Burial Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg,N.S.... ( Aged 7 weeks...died of smallpox in the natural way.)
(David Joseph Veinot's Notes)

[NI00221] Birth and Baptismal Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S...(name recorded Vienod)

[NI00222] "SARTY","John","B","1771-08-06","1771-08-11","SJAL","Etienne & Cath",,
Don Shankle's BDM

[NI00223] Birth and Baptismal Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S...(name recorded Vienot)Baptismal Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S...( Name recorded as Mary Viennot)
Murray Jodrie: Birth date and birth place.

[NI00225] Birth and Baptismal Records: St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, N.S.
"Newburne-Then and Now" , Pauline Veinotte.......known as "Two Boots"
Also nicknamed " Little Georgie"

Burial Records: St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, N.S.....Age 75 years, 11months, 5 days;Buried at Mahone Bay, Feb. 20 1860.

[NI00230]
STAILING, Douglas Robert - 54, Greywood, Annapolis Co., died August 13, 1999, in Annapolis Community Health Center, Annapolis Royal. Born in Annapolis Royal, he was a son of the late Robert and Florence (Orde) Stailing. Surviving are his common-law wife, Irene Rafuse; daughter, Tammy Foley, Port Wade; brother, Richard, Round Hill; three grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brothers, Ray, Donald. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday, funeral 2 p.m. Monday, both in Robert L. Hall Funeral Home, Annapolis Royal, Pastor Tom Wallace officiating. Burial in Greywood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Palliative Care Unit at Annapolis Community Health Center or Canadian Cancer Society.


[NI00231] Ruby Hoffman had Beverly before she married Freeman Sheridan

[NI00239] Lemuel Erbero Hines, born 1875 in West Pubnico, Yarmouth County

Item can be found in Registration Year: 1875 - Book: 1823 - Page: 275 - Number: 81
.............................................................................................................................
Page Information
District:NS YARMOUTH (#42)
Subdistrict:Pubnico Head p Page 7
Name of each person in family or household on 31st March, 1901.


Hines Nathan M Head M Dec 18 1845 55
Hines Johanna F Wife M Jul 12 1852 48
Hines Stanley M Son S Oct 10 1870 30
Hines David M Son S Apr 2 1875 25
Hines Lemuel M Son S Oct 27 1877 23
Hines Flora F Daughter S Jun 13 1879 21
Hines Lizzie F Daughter S Jun 9 1880 20
Hines Bertha F Daughter S Nov 18 1882 18
Hines Nathan M Son S Apr 20 1885 15
Hines Anne F Daughter S Jul 12 1887 13
Hines Andrew M Son S Nov 18 1896 4
Hines Llewlyn M Son S Sep 9 1900 7 Mo
Hines Lionel M Son S Feb 24 1878 22

[NI00242] Mrs. Barbara Veinot 1949

The death of Mrs. Barbara Veinot, 77, widow of Richard Veinot, occurred at her home in New Burn, October 5. She was born at Upper Northfield, and was the daughter of Lyman MacKay and Abiah Barkhouse MacKay,and had spent her married life in New Burn.Surviving are four daughters and six sons, (Princetta) Mrs. Stanley Newman in the United States; (Eunice) Mrs. Benjamin Hirtle, Oakland; (Sarah) Mrs. Sydney Greek, Lunenburg; (Nellie) Mrs. Perry Veinot, Union Square; Hibbert and Albert, New Burn; Solomon, Oakland; Seaforth, Sweetland; Joseph, Blockhouse; and Bertram, Maine.
Funeral services were held in the New Burn Anglican Church, October 7, conducted by the rector, Rev. W.R. Martell, New Germany. Burial was made in the New Burn Cemetery.

RR

[NI00243] Old Newburne Cemetery, Newburne

VEINOT
Richard Binney
August 26, 1869.
April 25, 1929.

Barbara 1873-1949

Richard Veinot 1929 Bridgewater Bulletin

Richard Veinot ,a life-long resident of New Burne, passed away at his home this morning at the age of 62, following a prolonged illness.
He is survived by his wife, who before marriage was Miss Barbara MacKay, of Northfield; and by six sons and five daughters. The sons are: Solomon of Sweetland; Bertram of New York; and Seaforth, Joseph, Hibbert, and Albert,
all at home; and the daughters are: Princetta, in the United States; Eunice, wife of Benjamin Hirtle, Oakland; Maud, wife of Earnest Hiltz and Sarah, wife of Sidney Greek, both of Lunenburg; and Miss Nellie, at home.
In religion he was a member of the Church of England and the funeral service on Saturday afternoon was conducted by Rev. E.P. Brown, with interment in the cemetery at New Burne.

RR

[NI00262] VEINOTTE - George Eddy - 74 , Clearland, Lunenburg County, died January 1, 1993, at home. Born in Upper Cornwall, he was the son of the late Aaron and Seretha (Whynot) Veinotte. He was a retired employee of Lunenburg Industrial foundry and Engineering. He is survived by his wife, the former Viola Tanner; seven daughters, Verlene ( Mrs Richard Veinotte), Clearland; Leolia ( Mrs Clifford Emino), Springfield; Elizabeth(Mrs Darrell Corkum), Middle Cornwall,Lunenburg County; Gloria Veinotte, Verdun, Que.; Heather (Mrs. Roger Robar), Chelsea , Lunenburg County; Veronica ( Mrs Murray Pierce), Blockhouse, Lunenburg County, Janine ( Mrs. Wayne Levy), Bridgetown, Annapolis County, three sons, Bernard, Clearland, Rodney, Rose bay, Lunenburg County, Kevin, Martins Point, Lunenburg county, sister, Ellen Veinotte, Oakhill, Lunenburg County; brother, Gordon, Oakhill, 26 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; a niece; three nephews. He was predeceased by three daughters, Janice; infants,Carol and Donna; three sons, Wayne, infants , Wendell and Kirk; infant sister, Eva; three grandchildren. The body is in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral will be 2 PM today in the United Baptist Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Fred Snyder officiating, assisted by Rev. Cleveland Pierce. Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery, Clearland. Donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society, United Baptist Church ,Mahone bay or Hillside Cemetery.

[NI00265] Margaret Faith Hines

Inglisville - Annapolis County, Margaret Faith (Faye) Hines 33 of Inglisville died friday in Nictaux Falls.


Born in Sydney Mines, she was a daughter of Leroy and Celia (Oliver) Burns.

She is survived by her husband Walter; a daughter, Wanda at home; two sons, Brian and Elvert both at home. four brothers, Robert, Ontario, James, Middleton, Stewart, Inglisville and Kelly, Calgary.

She was predeceased by two brothers John and Nelson.

The body is in the Warren T Roop Funeral Home, Middleton. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday in Inglisville Baptist Church, Rev Byron Corkum officiating with burial in Whitman Cemetery, Lawrencetown,

Donations may be made to Inglisville Baptist Church

[NI00283] U.S., Date of Import: Feb 9, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.112.5.102630.112]

Individual: Veinot, Eli
Social Security #: 030-05-6160
SS# issued in: Massachusetts
Birth date: Sep 19, 1889
Death date: Oct 1970
Residence code: Massachusetts
ZIP Code of last known residence: 01970
Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:
Salem, Massachusetts

[NI00294] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 05/03/93
Category: News
Page: A10

WARD, Elwood Parker - 70, Auburn, Kings County, died May 1, 1993, in Camp Hill Medical Centre. Born in Nicholsville, Kings County, he was a son of Harold Ward, Kentville, and the late Ethel (Beck) Ward. He was a veteran of the Second World War, serving with the Royal Canadian Army. He is survived by his wife, the former Thelma Hines, Berwick; son, Lawrence (Larry), Red Deer, Alta.; two daughters, Patricia (Mrs. Rodney Ritchie), Auburn; Carol Wambolt, Berwick; brother, Gerald, Auburn; sister, Helen Acker, Bonny River, N.B.; four grandchildren; a great-granddaughter. He was predeceased by an infant son, Ronald Wendall; sister, Kathleen. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. tonight in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick, where funeral will be 11 a.m. Tuesday, Rev. Gordon Walker officiating. Burial will be in Aylesford Union Cemetery. Donations may be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or any charity.

[NI00313]

[NI00323] Times & TranscriptWednesday, May 16, 2007

Friday, November 16, 1934 - Monday, May 14, 2007
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our brother Robert Allen Coleman on Monday, May 14th, 2007 at The Moncton Hospital following a lengthy illness. Born on November 16th 1934, he was the eldest son of the late Edward “Ned” and Eleanor Jean (Thomson) Coleman. Robert was employed by APM Ltd. in Moncton and Bathurst, NB, and a former member of the Royal Canadian Air force. He is survived by his wife Gloria (Adshade), two sons Eddie Cormier and Allen Arsenault by a previous marriage, one sister Carole LeBlanc (Leandre), a brother Ronald (Hazel) both of Moncton and a brother Wayne (Marjorie) of Nova Scotia, as well as several grandchildren, nieces and nephews. There will be no visitation by request. A private family service will be held. Interment in Fairhaven Memorial Gardens. Donations to the Canadian Diabetes Association or a charity of your choice would be appreciated. Arrangements are under the care of Fair Haven Funeral Home, 1177 Salisbury Road, Moncton (506) 852-3530.

[NI00332] used to handle the boats for the river drivers, take it over the Jodrey mill dam, etc, was known as "Mill-Hill Nathan" .Lived on the mill hill.

Nathan Veinot took a load of lumber with some heavy timbers in it to Mahone Bay. He and two other men unloaded it, two on one end of the timbers and Nathan alone on the other end. He ruptured himself and could not take the team home but had someone else do it. This was regarded as the cause of his death.
(Taken from the book "Newburne Then and Now" by Pauline Veinotte)

[NI00333] This couple had no children of their own, But they brought up Louisa Alice Carver
daughter of Stephen and Augusta Elizabeth (Daniels) Carver. She married Hibbert Veinot son of Joseph Francis Veinot and Sarah Ann Veinot. They also raised Nathan and Edna Veinot children of Nathan and Rebecca (Joudrey) Veinot.

[NI00341] "The People Of Western Kings County, Nova Scotia" by John Dugan
via E-mail Phil Vogler
Veinot Lamina (1845-1931) married Robert M
Spidell
Oak Grove Cemetery, Kentville:
Spidell, Robert M, 1852-1905;
his wife Lamina Veinot, 1845-1931,
Jeanetta Spidell, d. 15 Oct 1968.
Spidell, Hiram, 1878-1879;
Lillie E, d. 23 March 1955;
Eunice Spidell Lyons, 1881-1976

[NI00344] Census Place:Block House, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada
Source:FHL Film 1375806 NAC C-13170 Dist 11 SubDist C Div 3 Page 43 Family 188
SexMarrAgeOriginBirthplace
Joseph VEINOTMM45FrenchNova Scotia
Occ:FarmerReligion:Church of England
Sarah VEINOTFM40FrenchNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Albertena VEINOTF14FrenchNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Nathan VEINOTM12FrenchNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Richard VEINOTM10FrenchNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Newton VEINOTM8FrenchNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Osam VEINOTM6FrenchNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Hibbert VEINOTM3FrenchNova Scotia

[NI00352] Sponsors:Casper Jodrie&Sarah E. his wife

[NI00355] George Nelson went by the name Nelson died at the age of 24 yrs,
He may be the first person buried in the Old Newburne Cemetery.

[NI00356] Called him (The Hood)

[NI00358] Sponsors:His Parents

[NI00360] Called Newton in St John Anglican Church Records.

Newton Veinotte 1942 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death of Newton Veinotte occurred at his home in New Burn Saturday, June 13th, at the age of 69 years, 11 months. He had been in failing health for the past six months.
He leaves to mourn their loss, one daughter, (Ruth) Mrs. Kenenth Wentzell, Waterville; six sons, Willard and Warren of New Burn; Maynard and Lloyd of Cross Roads; Maurice and Perry, at home; and fourteen grandchildren. His wife, formerly Matilda Eisnor, predeceased him four years ago; also a
daughter, Ida,a number of years ago.
The funeral was held on Tuesday, Rev. C. Veinotte conducting the service at the Anglican Church, of which he was a member. The pall-bearers were his sons, Maynard, Maurice, and Perry, and nephew, Hibbert Veinot.

RR

[NI00363] Mrs. Albertha Veinotte 1971 Bridgewater Bulletin

Mrs. Albertha E. Veinotte of Newburne, widow of the late Ozem Veinotte, passed away on November 19, at the D.M. Hospital, Bridgewater, at the age of 84.
Born at Newburne, she was the former Albertha Eisenhauer, daughter of the late Eber and Margaret (Dagley) Eisenhauer. She is survived by one daughter, Dorothy (Mrs. Oran Joudrey) of Newburne; two grandsons, George Joudrey,
Bridgewataer and Curtis Joudrey, Halifax; three great grandchildren, Kenneth, Alison and Jennifer. Also surviving are one sister, Lena (Mrs. Henry Carver) Newburne and one brother, Allen, of Upper Cornwall.
She was predeceased by her husband in 1917; one son, Lawrence in 1937; one son, Joseph, in infancy; and two brothers, Ernest in 1969 and a younger brother, Talbot; several sisters in childhood.
The funeral service was held in St .Matthew's Lutheran Church, Newburne, of which she was a member, with Rev. Rolf Meindel officiating. The choir, with Mrs. Harold Langille, organist, sang , "Forever With the Lord," "Will Your Anchor Hold," "and "Unto The Hills Around." Interment was in the Newburne
Cemetery.

RR

[NI00364] Hibbert and son, Ford, went to Massachusetts and worked in an Emery Wheel Factory there. Later they bought a farm in Newburgh, Maine, and Hibbert's wife and daughters joined them there.( Taken from the book NEWBURNE THEN AND NOW)

[NI00380] Known child of John Jacob Dorey and his wife Hannah Cath Allen are:
i. GRISELDA ANN
Baptism 1836
Born [no date given] Bapt. [some illegible words, perhaps a location] 3 Jan 1836. Griselda Anne, daughter of Jacob & Hannah Dawry, Clearland, Mahone Bay, Farmer, by Jas. C. Cochran, Rector.[It is likely she was born in 1835.]
[Source: Register of St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Book 7, p 157, No. 1251, 1836, PANS MFM#11648X]
Canon E.A. Harris notes that she was the first person baptized in old St.James Church, Mahone Bay.
She married Cyrus VIENOT
VIENOT,Cyrus,M,1855_05_03,Crusilda Ann Darez of Mah Bay,,SJAL
[Source: Shankle, compiler Lunenburg County Births, Marriages, Deaths]
The marriage has issue.
(Source: P. Wright
nstn5512@ca.inter.net
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada )

[NI00381]

[NI00382] In the book Newburne Then and Now .Gideon born 1844 ? or 1847

Baptized by J P Filleul.
Sponsors, Peter& Lucy Hirtle
Baptism: May 02 1845, St. John's Anglican
"VIENOT","Gideon","B","1844-12-27","Cyrus & Cath Eliz",,"1845-05-02",,"MBA"

[NI00383] "VIENOT","Mary Ann","B","1846-11-27","Cyrus & Cath Eliz",,"1847-02-06",,"MBA"

[NI00386] "VIENOT","David","B","1850-08-15","Cyrus & Cath Eliz",,"1851-03-01",,"MBA"

[NI00387]
Died Bet. 1894 - 1901

"VIENOT","Benjamin","B","1852-09-23","1852-12-12","MBA","Cyrus & Cath Eliz","Cornwall",

[NI00391] John William moved to Newburne about 1856. The Veinotte Road is named for him. Taken from the book "Newburne Now and Then"

[NI00397] Halifax Herald 9/6/2003

UHLMAN, Ruth Louise - 73, Westfield, Queens Co., formerly of West Northfield, Lunenburg Co., passed away September, 4, 2003, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Upper Northfield, she was a daughter of the late Maynard and Gertrude (Veinot) MacKay. She is survived by her husband, Martin; children, David (Nancy) Langille, Branch LaHave; Donna (Curtis) Hirtle, West Northfield; Brian (Penny) Langille, New Canada; grandchildren, Jamie (Sara) Hirtle, Melissa Hirtle, Todd Langille; great-grandchildren, Madison and Allison Hirtle; sister, Marjorie DeLong, Barss Corner; brother, Vernon (Shirley) MacKay, Upper Northfield. She was predeceased by her first husband, Elwood Langille; brother, Carroll. Visitation will be held today from 7-9 p.m. in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater, where funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Sunday, Pastor Marilyn Rose officiating. Burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery, West Northfield. Family flowers only. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to North Queens Fire Department or a charity of your choice. On-line condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI00435] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 06/03/98
Category: News
Page: C20 / A14

RITCHIE, Rodney Laurie - 52, Auburn, Kings Co., died Tuesday, June 2, 1998, in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Berwick, Kings Co., he was a son of the late Laurie and Miriam (MacCarthy) Ritchie. Over the years, Rodney had been employed as a truck driver, heavy equipment operator, well driller and, for the past six years, had worked as a self-employed carpenter. He was a member of Aylesford United Church. Surviving are his wife, the former Patricia Ward; son, Rodney J., Calgary, Alta.; daughters, Deanna (Mrs. Wade Johnson), Tammy Ritchie and companion George Hardy, all of Aylesford; grandchildren, Nicole and Dillon; brothers, Arthur, Auburn; Wayne, Hall Road; foster brothers, Wayne and Murray Legge, Rhodes Corner, Lunenburg Co.; mother-in-law, Thelma Ward, Berwick; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by sister, Geraldine Lutz. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. today, June 3, in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Thursday, June 4, in Aylesford United Church, Rev. Howard Crooks officiating. Burial in Aylesford United Church Cemetery. A reception to follow at the family home, 2203 Hwy. 1, Auburn. Family flowers only. Donations in his memory may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or to a charity of one's choice.

[NI00460] FAULKNER James B 1817-11-01 BL Jacob & Cath


Faulkener James M Head M Oct 1 1817 83
Faulkener Lucy F Wife M Jan 14 1825 76


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Chesley Corner, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:h
Archives Microfilm:T-6454


[NI00471]

[NI00472] 1911 Nova Scotia, Lunenburg 2, Farmington, Parkdale, p. 5

15 44 Spidle Fred M Head M Jul 1868 43
16 44 Spidle Latitia F Wife M Mar 1878 34
17 44 Spidle Robbie M Son S Apr 1898 13
18 44 Spidle Emma F Daughter S Jul 1900 11
19 44 Spidle Russel M Son S Jun 1902 9
20 44 Spidle Charlie M Son S Aug 1904 7
21 44 Spidle Kenneth M Son S Aug 1905 6
22 44 Spidle Howard M Son S Nov 1907 4
23 44 Spidle Annie F Daughter S Jun 1910 1

[NI00489] VEINOTTE, George Thomas - 83, Clearland, Lunenburg County, died July 16, 1993, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Newburne, Lunenburg County, he was a son of the late Thomas Demont and Princette Veinotte. Prior to retirement, he had worked at Atlantic Bridge Company, Mahone Bay, for 40 years as a fibreglass laminator. He is survived by his wife, the former Levenia Zinck; three daughters, Geraldine (Mrs. Carl Lantz), Dartmouth; Stella MacDonald, Joan (Mrs. Brian Knickle), both of Western Shore; two sons, Mervin, David, both of Clearland; five sisters, Marilyn Remington, Grace Cox, Elizabeth Adams, all of Fayette, Me.; Gladys Sweet, Dexter, Me.; Lois Epstien, Bangor, Me.; two brothers, Gilbert, Cornwall, Ont.; Gordon Newman, East Hartford; 14 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by a son, Thomas; sister, Marie. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Mahone Funeral Home. A graveside committal service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in Hillside Cemetery, Clearland, Rev. Linda Macdonald officiating, assisted by Mr. Tom Ernst. Donations may be made to Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or Kidney Foundation of Canada, Nova Scotia Branch.

[NI00496] LOWE Nicholas William B 1845-02-07 1846-12-05 MBA Simon & Mary Ann Nicholas & Anna Barbara Eisenhauer

[NI00497] Death visited this community last week and has taken Mr. Ambrose Acker, May 3rd, at the age of 94 years, and Mr. Stephen Lowe, May 6th, aged 84 years. (hand written on obituary - May 1933, North River)"


Rosemary Rafuse
www.nsobits.ca

[NI00498] LOWE Peter B 1851-09-09 1854-12-13 ZLL Simon & Mary Ann parents

[NI00499] LOWE Joseph B 1854-07-26 1854-12-13 ZLL Simon & Mary Ann Geo Remy & wife

[NI00500] LOWE Samuel B 1856-11-08 1857-05-03 MBA Simon Peter & Mary Ann Thos Joudry & wife &Aaron Eisanhauer

[NI00504] Ellen Norah Whynot 1967 Bridgewater Bulletin

Mrs. Ellen Norah Whynot, 93, died Sunday evening, March 26, at the Rumford Community Hospital in Rumford, Maine, where she had been a patient for nine days, after being in ill health for some time.
She was born August 10, 1873, at Upper Cornwall, the daughter of Stephen and Eliza Lowe Eickle. On November 21, 1893, she was married to Freeman Whynot who died on December 16, 1962. She had been a resident of Livermore Falls since March of 1917. She attended the First Baptist Church of Livermore Falls.
Surviving are three sons, Percy of Livermore Falls; George of Portland; and Ervan of Casper, Wyoming; three daughters, Mrs. Nelson (Florence) Fuller of Jay, Maine and Brandenton, Florida; Mrs. Angelo (Mildred) DePalma of Bradford, Massachusetts; and Mrs. Michael (Zelda) Meola of haverhill, Massachusetts; one brother, Forman Eickle and one sister, Mrs. Bessie Fancy, both of Upper Northfield; 24 grandchildren; 45 great grandchildren;
and one great great grandchild.
A son, Reverend Charles Whynot died on December 19,1943. Another son, Doran, died February 26, 1960.
Funeral services for Ellen N. Whynot who died at the Rumford Community Hospital March 26, 1967, were held at the L.P. Brown Funeral Parlour at Livermore Falls, Maine at 1 p.m., Wednesday, March 29th. Services were conducted by Reverend Robert Gridley of the First Baptist Church of Livermore Falls. Burial will be later in the spring at the Treat Memorial Tomb Cemetery.

RR

[NI00523] Hannah's name is sometimes given as Ann and Ann Elizabeth. Hannah is given on the land purchase records. The name Low has various spellings. L'eau appears to be the original.

John Peter Low (Jean Pierre L'eau) born 1756, was the son of John and Catherine L'eau who came to Halifax from Montbeliard, France in 1752. He was married to Elizabeth Vienod on March 23, 1779, by Rev. Peter De La Roche. Ten children were born of this marriage, included among them Ann Elizabeth (Hannah), born 1792, wife of David Levy, and Catherine, born 1794, wife of David's brother Nathan.

David and Nathan (brothers) were married to Hannah and Catherine Low (sisters) apparently at the same ceremony. Nathan bought land on Little Tancook Island on Jan 20, 1827, and settled there

(taken from the book A History of Sherwood by H.D. Levy (Herman David Levy B.A.)

[NI00583] Owen Veinot- the death of Owen Veinot occurred at his home here on Saturday, April 1, following a long illness. He was born in Newburne 68 years ago,a son of the late Eleazer and Matilda Veinot. For many years he had resided in New Germany where he was respected by all who knew him. He leaves two sons and one daughter, Gilbert of New Germany, Ralph at home, and Flossie, Mrs. Warren MacFarlane, in the United states. One brother Willis and a sister Effie, Mrs. Angus Feindel, both of New Germany, also survive. The funeral service was held at St. John's Anglican Church, New Germany, on Tuesday afternoon, April 4, conducted by Rev. W R Martell. Interment was in the family plot in Lakeside Cemetery. (LPE of Wednesday, Apr 12 1950, pg. 4
Taken from the Zwicker Book
authors David Zwicker
and Lana Veinotte

[NI00585] Mrs. Fred Frank 1934 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death occurred at the Sanatorium, Kentville, on Friday, December 21st, of Lucy, wife of Fred Frank, Upper Cornwall, at the age of 37 years. She leaves to mourn the loss of a devoted wife and mother, her husband and two daughters, Laura and Annie, both at home; also an aged father and mother,
Mr. and Mrs. Zachariah Veinot, New Burn; two brothers, Titus and Judson; one sister, Gladys, Mrs. Randall Robar; and a large number of other near relatives.The funeral service was conducted at the church and grave by her pastor, Rev. Ott, on Sunday, December 23rd. Our sympathy goes out to the
bereaved family.

RR

[NI00588]
FEINDEL, Effie Lavinia- 103, New Germany, Lunenburg Co., died
July 03 1998, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in
Newburne, Lunenburg Co.,she was a daughter of the late Eleazer &
Matilda (Veinot) Veinot. She was a member of St. John in the
Wilderness Anglican Church. Surviving are son John, New Germany;
many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband
, Angus; sister Cordelia; brothers , Owen, Willis; four siblings in
infancy. Visitation 2-4, 7-9p.m. today in Langilles Funeral Home,
New Germany. Funeral 2p.m. Sunday in St. John in the Wilderness
Anglican Church, New Germany, Rev. Gloria McClure- Fraser
officiating. Burial in the church cemetery, New Germany. Donations to
St. John in the Wilderness Anglican Church and cemetery,New
Germany Medical Centre, Rosedale Home for Special Care or any
hospital.

[NI00589] "FRANK","Elias","B","1829-01-12","1829-01-31","ZLL","Jacob & Cath Eliz Vienot",,
"FRANK","Elias","M","1854-02-02",,"MBA","Caroline Ann Corkum","Mahone Bay",

Elia Frank, died 1916 in Lunenburg, County

Item can be found in Registration Year: 1916 - Book: 42 - Page: 357 - Number: 1163

[NI00590] Fred Oran Frank 1962 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death occurred Sunday afternoon, March 18, 1962, at his home in Upper New Cornwall of Fred Oran Frank. He was the son of the late Elias Frank and Caroline (Corkum) Frank and the last surviving member of a family of thirteen, born at Upper New Cornwall on May 12, 1869. During his early life, he followed the sea and later returned to lumbering and farming.
His wife, Lucy Grace Veinotte, predeceased him by many years. He is survived by two daughters- Laura (Mrs. Gilbert Veinotte), at home; Annie (Mrs. Scott Sarty), at Bridgewater; one granddaughter, Thelma, Halifax; grandsons, Oran, Toronto, and Scott, Jr., Bridgewater and four great grandchildren in Toronto.

RR

[NI00594] Anglican Church baptismal records give his name as " Alvin" but he signed his named " Alban" on petitions, deeds, etc. and was known as Alban in the community............Taken from the Book (Newburne Then and Now) Author....Pauline Veinotte

Alban Joudrey 1930 Progress Enterprise

The funeral service of the late Alban Joudrey was held on Saturday conducted by Rev. H.W. Hutchinson of the United Baptist Church. The deceased, who died suddenly at his home in Newburne on November 26th, was eighty-four years of
age. He is survived by a wife, one daughter, and four sons. The daughter is Mrs. Reuben Langille of Northwest and the sons are Harvey, at home, Amos, Freeman, and Anthony, living in the United States.

RR

[NI00595] Billy was half-owner of the Ramey-Veinotte grist mill, thresher and shingle mill; was Newburne's third Postmaster, served from April 01,1892 to April 27,1920;drove the mail once a week from Foster's Settlement to Newburne from June 01, 1905 to Dec 31,1908-3 miles, for 34 dollars.
............................................................................................................................
Old Newburne Cemetery, Newburne

VEINOTTE
William
August 28, 1842.
February 14, 1934.

William Veinot 1934 Bridgewater Bulletin

There passed away February 14th, at Newburn, William Veinot, one of the oldest and respected citizens of that place at the age of ninety-one years. The deceased had been in failing health for the past year. The funeral was held from his late residence on Friday,the 16th, with prayers at the home, followed by service at the Lutheran Church, of which the deceased was a member, Rev. Rasmussen officiating. Surviving are his wife; three daughters, Mrs. James Beck, Newburn; Mrs. Thomas Faulkenham, Maplewood;
Mrs. Fred Wentzell, West Newton, Mass.; and two sons, Enos of London, New Hampshire; and Dilphen of Newburn; also two step-daughters, Mrs. W.V. Wilson of Washington, U.S.A.; and Mrs. S.Dolliver of Bridgewater.

RR

[NI00597] In the Book "Newburne Then and Now"
Mary Jane (Whynot) (Lawson) Dorey, Dau. of Elkanah Whynot, Buckfield and widow of Oscar Lawson and of Bill Dorey, Walden.
married William "Billy" Veinotte.

[NI00610] She was adoped by Lorna Gertrude (Beeler) Rice and Walter Elvin Rice

.........................................................................................................................
obit for her adoped mother
The Chronicle Herald Tue, December 30th, 2008

RICE, Lorna Getrude - 83, of Lake LaRose, Annapolis Co., passed away December 29, 2008, in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Nokomis, Sask., she was a daughter of the late Horace and Alma (Freeman) Beeler. Lorna worked at Annapolis Community Health Centre for over 30 years. She enjoyed knitting, crocheting and birdwatching. She was an avid reader. She was a member of St. Luke's Anglican Church and a member of the church guild and choir. She was a square dancer and a member of the drama group and a former member of the Rebekah Lodge. She is survived by sons, Brian of Lake LaRose; LeRoy (Donna) of Madison, Ga; daughter, Susan (Tim) Lewis of Brampton, Ont.; five grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren; sisters, Barbara Wiles of Upper Clements; Lilah Woodland of Kentville; Ina Freeman of Lawrencetown; brother, Bruce Beeler of Lantz. She was predeceased by her husband, Walter; son, Bruce; brothers, Cecil and Arnold; sister, Phyllis. Visitation will be held 2-4 p.m. Thursday, January 1, in Kaulbach Family Funeral Home, Annapolis Royal. Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Friday, in St. Luke's Anglican Church, Annapolis Royal with Canon Ken Vaughan officiating. Interment will be in St. Marks Anglican Cemetery, Perotte. Family flowers only. Donations in memory may be sent to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia. E-mail condolences may be sent to KAULBACHFH@ns.aliantzinc.ca

[NI00615] Perry James Veinot - New Germany - Funeral service for Perry James
Veinot was held from Langille's Funeral Home, Barss Corner, with Rev F W
Thirkell officiating. Interment was in the New Burne Cemetery. Mr
Veinot, formerly of New Burne, died at Waterville, Kings County, where
he had lived for the last few years. He was 50. Born in New Burne, he
was the son of the late Newton and Mathilda (Eisnor) Veinot. Surviving
are his wife, the former Carrie Wentzell; one sister Ruth (Mrs Kenneth
Wentzell), Waterville; and three brothers, Warren and Maurice, both of
New Burne; and Lloyd of Country Harbor. (CH of Wed, May 22 1963, pg 21)

Source: Dave Tanner

[NI00617] Harry and Carolyn had no children....... Told by Carolyn her self in 1999


Halifax Herald 3/23/2000

Veinotte, Carolyn Eileen - 96, Mahone Bay, died March 21, 2000, in the South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Chester, she was a daughter of the late Douglas and Winnifred (Hume) Cornelius. She was a member of the United Baptist Church, Mahone Bay where she had been involved with the Women's Missionary Society and Ladies Aid. She had been a member of the Ladies Auxiliary, Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 49, Mahone Bay. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Surviving are several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Harry St. Clair Veinotte; sisters, Louise, Eleanor; brothers, Paul, Earl ""Babe"", Frank, Roland. Memorial service 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the United Baptist Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Albert Marshall officiating. Burial of ashes in the Park Cemetery, Mahone Bay. Donations to the United Baptist Church, Mahone Bay. Arrangements have been entrusted to Mahone Funeral Home, 32 Parish St., Mahone Bay. "

[NI00618] John Enos Feindel 1949
The death of John Enos Feindel, one of the oldest residents of New Germany, occurred March 9 at his home here. He had celebrated his 98th. birthday on December 23 of last year and had been in good health until about four weeks ago when he broke a hip in a fall. He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Feindel, and was a direct descendant of the first settlers in this district. He is survived by one daughter, Ada, Mrs. Sanford Deal, Meisner's Section, and by two sons, Angus and Ephraim, who resided with their father at New
Germany. The funeral service was held at St. John's Anglican Church on Friday afternoon,March 11, conducted by the Rector, Rev. W.R. Martell. Pallbearers were D.D. Parnell, H.P. chesley, L.M. Hamm, and E.J. Raimey. Interment was made in Lakeside Cemetery, New Germany.


Rosemary Rafuse

[NI00625] Gersham's estate was probated on Oct. 27,1801 in Lunenburg N.S.
He was the first Levy to live on Little Tancook, purchasing land there in 1796.

[NI00627] Her stone indicates she was 60 yrs.,when she died. This doesn't match the birth date.

[NI00628] They moved to Maitland where he lived till his death in 1834 after a few hours of illness (cholera).

[NI00632] "VIENOT","Hannah","D","1826-04-08",,"SJAL","d/Fred","17y","NW Range"

[NI00634] "JOUDRY","Nicholas & Sophia","Joseph","1843-05-05","1843-07-21","SJAL",,,"B"

[NI00636] "VIENOT","Peter & Cath","George Peter","1807-01-03","1808-01-31","SJAL",,,"B"

[NI00639] "VIENOT","Peter & Cath","George Fred","1806-03-24","1806-04-12","SJAL",,,"B"

[NI00641] Tombstone Erected by his daughter Mrs. Edmund Veinot
"VIENOT","Peter & Cath","Henry","1810-02-23","1810-03-09","SJAL",,,"B"

[NI00643] "VIENOT","Nicholas","B","1812-01-26","1812-02-04","SJAL","Peter & Cath",,"JohnGJoudry,AnnElizLow,JamesFDarey"

[NI00647] "VIENOT","Peter & Cath","Isaac","1815-12-23","1816-01-17","SJAL",,,"B"

[NI00649] "VIENOT","Nicholas","B","1818-06-19","1818-08-28","DRL","Peter & Cath",,"Nicholas Langille & wife, Anna Marg"

[NI00650] "VIENOT","John Peter & Cath","Sophia","1820-09-10","1820-12-02","SJAL",,,"B"

[NI00652] "VIENOT","John Peter & Cath","Paul","1823-02-07","1823-04-19","SJAL",,,"B"

[NI00654] "VIENOT","John Peter & Cath","Eliz","1827-07-07","1827-09-07","SJAL",,,"B"

Mrs. Elizabeth Lowe April, 1915 Bridgewater Bulletin
Dalhousie

Death has again visited this community. There passed away at her home on the 17th., Mrs. Elizabeth Lowe, after a painful illness of seven weeks. She was in the ninety-first year of her age. Her husband, the late Edward Lowe, died about nineteen years ago. Mrs. Lowe was a kind hearted neighbour and is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Nathaniel Hirtle of Hemford, Lunenburg County; Mrs. Herbert and Mrs. Brodie of Haverhill, Mass.; also five sons, William and Paulas in the United States; Edward of Lake George; Ebenezer and Elias , of this place. The interment took place on Monday, Rev. G. O. Cheese of New Ross, conducting the service.

RR

I think this is the right Mrs. Edward Lowe

[NI00659] "EMENO","Henry Cyrus","B","1820-02-10","1830-04-30","SJAL","Fred & Sophia",,

[NI00665] OIKLE Amelia B 1836-06-07 1836-07-23 SJAL John Nicholas & Mary Magda

[NI00672] 1901 Census Chesley Corner

20 207 Veinot Nathaniel M Head W Oct 11 1846 54
21 207 Veinot George M Son S Oct 11 1866 34
22 207 Veinot Emma F Daughter S Aug 2 1868 32
23 207 Veinot William M Son S Jan 1876 24
24 207 Veinot Jane F Daughter S Aug 22 1877 23
25 207 Veinot Sarah F Daughter ? Apr 25 1880 20
26 207 Veinot Melbune M Son S Apr 24 1882 18
27 207 Veinot Elva F Daughter S Oct 9 1885 15
28 207 Veinot Daisy F Grand child S Sep 29 1892 8

[NI00677] "VIENOT","James Albert","B","1837-06-08","1837-07-28","SJAL","Nicholas & Maria Eliz",,

[NI00682] Cornelius Veinot 1935

Lunenburg, September 17. - The death of Cornelius Veinot occurred at t
home of his son, William Veinot, Second Peninsula, with whom he resided for
the past year. He was 78 years old and a native of Maitland. He is survived
by two sons, Charles of Maplewood and William; also four daughters, Susie,
Mrs. Willis Demone, First Peninsula; Cora, Mrs. Clarence Slaughenwhit
Charlotte, Mrs. Fred Slaughenwhite, New Germany; Ida ,Mrs. Kenneth Varner,
Stanborne, and 36 grandchildren. The funeral services were conducted by
Rev.W.E. Ryder of St. John's Anglican Church. Interment was at Maplewo
where deceased lived previous to coming to Lunenburg.

[NI00683] Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Bridgewater (East/Est), LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:e
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

[NI00694] Mrs. Martha S. Veinotte 1974 Bridgewater Bulletin

The angel of death visited the little community of Sweetland on Saturday evening, March 23rd, 1974, and took with it, Mrs. Martha Sussannah Veinotte at the age of 96 years, 4 months, 7 days. She had a lengthy illness, but was still able to be up and around. She passed away at the home of her twin daughter, Edna. She was a very kind and loving person, always ready to lend a helping hand to anyone in need.
She leaves to mourn her loss, three sons and three daughters, Norman at Lunenburg; Maurice at Mahone Bay; Pauline, Mrs. Paul Zinck, Bayport; Lena, Mrs. Reginald Slauenwhite, Sweetland; Ernest on the homestead, Sweetland; Edna, with whom she resided; 16 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren; one great great grandchild. Her husband, Wilbert, predeceased her in 1939 and a son, Elvin, in 1945.
The funeral service was held from St. John's Lutheran Church, Mahone Bay, March 26th, at 2:30 p.m. with Rev. M. Schroeder officiating. Hymns sung were "In The Cross of Christ I Glory," "Nearer, My God to Thee," and "I Know That my Redeemer Lives."

[NI00695] Mrs. Espah P. Wile 1958
Residents of Midville and surrounding districts were saddened to learn of the passing of Mrs. Espah P. Wile, whose death occurred at her home in Midville on Tuesday, February 25th, following a lengthy illness. She was formerly Espah Pamilla Veinot, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Veinot of Baker Settlement, and was born at Maitland, March 13th, 1883. Her husband, William, predeceased her in October, 1949.
Surviving are her seven children; two daughters, Kathleen (Mrs. Wallace Hebb), of Newcombville; Beatrice of Midville Branch; and five sons, Stewart of Cleveland, Ohio; Ralph of Dedham, Mass.; Clayton, Richard, and Lawrence of Midville Branch; 17 grandhildren, besides a host of relatives and friends.The funeral service which was largely attended was held at Mt. Zion Lutheran Church at 2:30 on Thursday afternoon after a brief prayer at the home for the immediate family. The service was conducted by her pastor, Rev. James Slack. Hymns sung were "O God, Our Help in Ages Past" and "Forever With the Lord."
The pall bearers were her five sons, Stewart, Ralph, Clayton, Richard, and Lawrence. Interment was held at Midville Branch Cemetery.

RR

[NI00696] Howard Veinot b. June 7, 1885 d. April 8, 1958
Howard actually lived in Baker Settlement, Lunenburg County. He married
Etta Garber (1890 - 1963) in June of 1906. He and his wife are buried in
the Baker Settlement Cemetery.

[NI00701] Midville Branch - Vernon William Kenneth Veinot of Midville Branch, passed away very suddenly on Saturday, March 3, 1984 at his home. He was 75 years of age. Born in Baker Settlement, Lunenburg County on Oct. 21, 1908, he was the son of the late Aaron and Elizabeth (Faulkenham) Veinot. For the majority of his life, he worked as a woodsman and later as a carpenter's helper for several employers, the latter of which was Milledge Bolivar. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. He was also a great friend to many who had known him. He shall be sadly missed and remembered by his family, relatives and friends. He leaves behind to mourn his loss, his wife, the former Elaine Veinot; two daughters, Ruby (Mrs. Ruby Beck)??? of Chelsea, and Rita (Mrs. John McCarthy) of Wileville; 13 grandchildren; and eight great grandchildren. He was predeceased by an infant daughter Ruth; two sisters, Ellen and Ida; four brothers, Charles, Lester, Sylvanus and Naamen; two half-brothers, Jason and Howard; and two half-sisters, Espah and Phoebe. The body rested at Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. The funeral service was held on Tuesday.

Rosemary Rafuse
www.nsobits.ca

[NI00705] Sylvanus R. Veno 1980 Halifax Herald

Sylvanus R. Veno, 81, of Baker Settlement, died Friday, October 3, 1980, in Victoria General Hospital. Born in Baker Settlement, he was a son of the late Aaron and Elizabeth (Faulkenham) Veno. He is survived by his wife, the former Letitia Getson; three daughters, Beatrice(Mrs. Dana Fancy); Beryl (Mrs. Dawson Wile);and Mrs. Norma Zinck, all of Wileville; a son, Norman, Baker Settlement; a brother, Vernon, Midville Branch; 13 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
He was predeceased by two sisters, Ellen and Ida; and three brothers, Charles, Lester, and Norman. The body is in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater, where a service will be held 2 p.m. Monday, Pastor Greg Moore officiating, with burial in Baker Settlement.
No flowers by request. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to All-Saints Lutheran Church, Newcombville or to any charity.

RR

[NI00718] Barry Elkanah M Father W Nov 23 1839 61
Hughes James M Father in law M Nov 3 1826 74
Hughes Sarah A. F Mother in law M Apr 20 1834 66
Barry Vera F Daughter S Mar 8 1898 3
Veinotte John M Head M Jun 19 1819 81
Veinotte Elenor F Wife M ? 1829 71


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Blockhouse, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:c
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

[NI00720] She was Irish and had black hair, gray eyes, fair complexion , good teeth, and had no defects or unusual diseases. She was a strong healthy woman who lived to be 97 years of age, and was still walking to church at the age of 95. She was born 22 February 1821 and died in 1918.

[NI00728] Died in Child birth

[NI00731] Oct 5, 1834 Jacob Vienot, son of Frederick Vienot, who was drowned at
Murderer's Point in consequence of a stone thrown at him while in a boat,
buy Henry Hiltz, Martin's River. Age 25 years.

[NI00735] VIENOT Dennis Alben B 1864-11-11 1864-12-26 MBA Ephraim & Maria Anna Margaret parents

[NI00738] Cemetery Inscriptions For Lunenburg County 2nd Series Vol A Pg.74
Blockhouse Cemetery
14.229 A Veinotte Catherine b. d. 1 Feb. 1911 82yrs. 5 mos wife of Casper

[NI00741] Saturday, April 16, 2005 The Halifax Herald Limited


MOSHER, Madelyn Myrtle - 78, New Germany, passed away on April 15, 2005, in Rosedale Home for Special Care surrounded by the family she loved. After traveling a long, hard road with Alzheimer's disease, she will now enjoy being in the presence of relatives and friends whom she hasn't seen for a long time and meeting her Savior face to face. What a grand reunion that will be. Heaven knows no tears or pain and we the family left behind take great comfort in this. As a younger woman she worked as s stenographer in Halifax and was remembered to be very efficient in her duties. She spent the majority of her life in her community of New Germany. She was an active member of Epworth United Church, involved in various aspects of church life. She spent a great deal of time baking to support other organizations within her community. Madelyn enjoyed making people feel at home and many in the community have experienced sitting in the kitchen and having some dessert served fresh from the oven. Madelyn knew how to make a house a home. She knew that the recipe for a home included ingredients of music, flowers, laughter, tears, faith and love. Not to be forgotten would be the spring and fall cleaning (smile). As her family we were blessed to have her and only wish that others could be as fortunate as we were to have a wife and mother like her. She will be sadly missed. Madelyn was born in Parkdale, a daughter of the late Stewart and Dorothy (Wentzell) Rafuse. Surviving are her husband of 56 years, Bliss; sons, Wayne (Marjorie), Parkdale; Barry (Anna), Hebbville; Kenneth, LaHave Manor, Dayspring; daughter, Tena, Truro; sister, Margaret (Sherman) Hiltz, Bramalea, Ont.; grandchildren, Crystal, Adam, and Tracey. She was predeceased by her brother, Wynn. Cremation has taken place with a private family interment in Epworth Cemetery, New Germany. Memorial service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Epworth United Church, New Germany, Rev. Joan Conrad officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Rosedale Home for Special Care Resident's Council, Epworth United Church or The ARK Industries, Bridgewater. Funeral arrangements under the direction of Sweeny's Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany, where on-line condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI00750] VIENOT Allan Alsoneer B 1856-05-27 1856-06-24 MBA Cyrus & Griselda Jacob Darey & wife, Hannah

[NI00762] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 07/28/94
Category: News
Page: C3


OICKLE (LANDRY), Grace A. - 66, New Ross, died July 27, 1994, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Bridgewater, she was a daughter of the late Scott and Ellen (Beck) Joudrey. She was a member of Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 79, New Ross and St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, New Ross. She is survived by her husband, Harold; three sons, Nicholas Landry, Dorchester, N.B.; Alvery Landry, Cornwall, P.E.I.; Leonard Landry, Memramcook, N.B.; two daughters, Ellen (Mrs. Gerald Croft), Italy Cross; Emily (Mrs. Robert Walker), New Ross; three brothers, Walter, Donald, both of Bridgewater; John, Baker Settlement; sister, Geraldine (Mrs. Victor Oickle), Bridgewater; 14 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her first husband, Harry Landry; two sons, James and Richard Landry; a grandchild and great-grandchild; three brothers, Dougald, Nathaniel, Benjamin; two sisters, Betty, Helen. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral will be 10 a.m. Friday in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Bridgewater, Rev. Joseph MacKinnon officiating. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Bridgewater. No flowers by request. Donations may be made to any charity.

[NI00763] The Chronicle Herald Tuesday December 5, 2006

RAMEY, Cassie Leona "Kay" - 88, New Germany, Lunenburg Co., passed away Monday, December 4, 2006, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Hemford, she was the daughter of the late Lewis and Fannie (Zinck) Veinot. She was a member of St. John in the Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany, where she was a member of the former altar guild and ACW. Prior to retirement, she was an employee of Suttles and Seawinds and later, DeLong's Farms Ltd. Surviving are her daughters, Shirley (Chester) Lantz, Pinehurst; Janet (Gary) Tipert, New Germany; son, Vance (Sherry) Ramey, New Germany; grandchildren, Blair Lantz, Benton Lantz, Bonita Lantz-Carter; Nicole Brown, Adam Tipert; L. Lee Ramey, Amber Ramey; great-grandchildren, Joshua and Madison Brown; brother, Guilford, New Germany; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by husband, Lemage Harding; brothers, Lester, Harry, Hennigar. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today in Sweeny's Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. Wednesday in St. John in the Wilderness Anglican Church, Rev. Anna Hoeg officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Family flowers only, donations may be made to St. John in the Wilderness Anglican Church, Victorian Order of Nurses or a charity of choice. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI00782] JEANPERRIN Jean George B 1754 abt 1754-09-06 SJAL Jean Urbain & Jeanne

[NI00812] 1881 Census Place:New Germany, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada
Source:FHL Film 1375806 NAC C-13170 Dist 11 SubDist E Div 2 Page 27 Family 107
SexMarrAgeOrigin Birthplace
Paul VARNERMM55GermanNova Scotia
Occ:FarmerReligion:Church of England
Anna VARNERFM48FrenchNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Anna VARNERF18FrenchNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Abigal VARNERF16FrenchNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
William VARNERM14FrenchNova Scotia
Occ:FarmersonReligion:Church of England
Maria VARNERF11FrenchNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Paul VARNERM8FrenchNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England

[NI00815] NS Civil Death Registrations--Lunenburg County

Eli Ernst, died 1952 in Block House, Lunenburg County
Registration Year: 1952 - Book: 1952 - Page: 3553 - Number
............................................................................................................................
Eli Ernst 1952 Bridgewater Bulletin

(The obituary is not complete.)

The community of Blockhouse lost its oldest and highly respected citizen in the passing of Eli Ernst, which occurred at his home on Friday evening, May 23 rd. He had been in failing health for the past few weeks but was only confined to his bed for a week.
Mr. Ernst, who was born in Blockhouse, was in his 92 nd. year. He was a son of the late Thomas and Sarah (Veinotte) Ernst and was the last surviving member of a family of twelve children. He was married in 1886 to Ida Maud Strum , daughter of the late Augustus Strum of Mahone Bay.He is survived by four daughters, Alice, Mrs. Norman Spidle, of Lower New Cornwall; Glennie, Mrs. Harvey Joudrey, of Blockhouse; also Gladys and Fannie, Blockhouse;two sons, Robert of Melrose, Alberta; and Arthur of Blockhouse; also 15 grandchildren and 25 great grandchildren. His wife predeceased him on May 11th, 1945; also two daughters, Ida ,Mrs. Walter Demone, of Blockhouse on March 10th, 1945; Charlotte, Mrs. Robert Langille on October 1 st, 1937; also a son, Arthur, died in infancy, May 23 rd, 1891.
He was honest and upright in his dealing with his fellowmen, and being a wheelwright and millright, was widely known and remained active in his workshop until a short time before his death. He was a lifelong member of St. John's Lutheran Church, Mahone Bay , and a member of the Church council for over forty years and during the late years was an honourary member of the same council.

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[NI00822] Old or Lower Walden Cemetery

EISNOR
Amos
April 29, 1865.
January 25, 1944.

Elizabeth
February 18, 1871.
July 6, 1938.

Amos Eisnor 1944 Bridgewtaer Bulletin

The death of Amos Eisnor, 78, occurred at the Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater, on Tuesday evening, January 25, following an illness due to a heart ailment. The deceased, who was born in Newburne, was a son of the late
Aaron Eisnor and Lucy Veinotte Eisnor. For a number of years he was a resident of Walden. A brother, William, resides there, and a sister, Jane, wife of Benjamin Wagner, lives at Morden, Nova Scotia. He was twice married,
his first wife being the former Miss Elizabeth Dorey, from which union there were six children: three sons, Charles, Barss Corner, with whom he resided; Alexander, Walden; Enos, Norwood, Mass.; three daughters, Ida, wife of
George Carver, living in the United States; Lottie, wife of Henry Hayter, Lansdowne, Nova Scotia; Audrey, wife of John Mossman, Rhodes Corner. His second wife, who was a widow, survives.
The funeral was held at the late home of the deceased on Friday afternoon and was conducted by Rev. J.S.Dauphinee of the Northfield Lutheran Parish, and interment was made at the Walden Cemetery.

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[NI00824] Mrs.Amos Eisnor 1938 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death occurred Wednesday, July 6th, of Mrs. Amos Eisnor, of Walden, at
the age of 67 years. She had been ill for the past four months but her
passing whilst on a visit to her son, Charles at Barss Corner, came as a
shock to her many friends. Besides her husband she leaves to mourn their
loss, three sons and three daughters, namely: Charles at Barss Corner; Ida
and Enos, in the U.S.A.; Alexander , at home; Lottie, in P.E.I.; and Audrey
at Blockhouse; she is also survived by four sisters and two brothers: Mrs.
John Schnare and Mrs. John Hardy of the U.S.A.; Harris Dorey, U.S.A.; Amos
Dorey of New Cornwall; Mrs. Hubert Burgess, Blockhouse; and Mrs. William
Stevens, Lansdowne; also 19 grandchildren.

The floral display was beautiful and numerous and comprised two pillows,
baskets, crosses, wreaths from Boswico Ice Association, Boston, and the boys
of the Cambridge plant, and numerous sprays and bouquets.

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[NI00825] Lone Pine Cemetery, Upper Branch

KNOX
Nelson 1872-1929
Lorena 1890-1942

Mrs. Lorena Knox 1942 Bridgewater Bulletin

On March 17th, at New Canada, Lorena, relict of the late Nelson Knox, passed to her reward, aged 52 years. Her passing was a great shock to both relatives and friends. She will be greatly missed in her home and in the N
Canada Baptist Church of which she was a faithful member.
She leaves to mourn their loss a daughter, (Daisy) Mrs. Percy Oickle; two sons, Everett and Ralph; and an only sisiter, (Uderah) Mrs. Geo. Whynot of Bridgewater; also one grand-child.
The funeral, largely attended, was held on Thursday afternoon, with her pastor, G.L.Gower, conducting the services at the home and in the Union Church. Hymns sung were : "Abide With Me," "Face to Face" and " Safe in the
Arms of Jesus." The pall-bearers were Jabez Mader, Dennis Beck, Clarence Wentzell, and Brunswick Rhodenizer. Interment was at the Upper Branch Cemetery.


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[NI00827] Lantz Charles M Head M Mar 14 1861 40
Lantz Rosena F Wife M Oct 21 1867 33
Lantz Idella F Daughter S Feb 13 1891 10
Lantz Nora F Daughter S Sep 6 1897 4
Lantz Fletchard M Son S Jul 9 1889 12
Lantz Charles A M Son S Aug 8 1891 9


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Oakland, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:b(1)
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

[NI00829] Joseph Steven is a twin to Eunice Matilda

[NI00845] Asaph Veinot Conquerall Mills News Column, Bridgewater Bulletin, dated September 12, 1905.

It is with much sadness that we chronicle the death of our respected citizen, Asaph Veinot, who passed away peacefully at an early hour on September 4th. Mr. Veinot was taken very ill about a month ago and medical aid was summoned at once, but still he kept in a bad state but was able to be up and see all friends who came in. During his illness he was visited by his rector, Rev. R.W. Norwood, whose prayers and scripture readings always cheered his heart and made him feel pleased to think he had such a friend in God to come to see him. He was confirmed by Bishop Binney when a young man and had always been an earnest communicant in the Episcopal Church. Mr. Veinot was a very quiet and unassuming man and respected by all who knew him. He will be much missed in the immediate community where he has resided some thirty years. His death is a sad bereavement to his family which consists of a wife; one loving son and daughter. The other near relatives are two sisters, Mrs. John Zwicker, Mrs. Peninah Rafuse; three brothers, W.E. Veinot of Bridgewater; David Veinot, New Albany; and James Veinot, United States. Besides these he leaves a large circle of friends who mourn his departure, but who know that what seems to them sad loss is his glorious gain. Among the floral offerings which were very rich was a beautiful white cross from Mrs. Kaulback.The funeral service was held on Tuesday morning conducted by Revs. R.W. Norwood and W.E. Gelling, the latter preached the sermon.

[NI00848] "VIENOT","Charles & Cath Eliz","Lucretia","1845-04-17","1845-07-02","SJAL",,,"B"

[NI00850] "VIENOT","Charles & Sophia","Sarah","1839-08-02","1839-09-22","SJAL",,,"B"

[NI00851] "VIENOT","Charles & Sophia","Sophia Eliz","1841-10-30","1842-01-02","SJAL",,,"B"

[NI00853] "VIENOT","Charles & Maria Anna","Delilah Ann","1850-08-04","1850-10-31","SJAL","twin",,"B"

[NI00854] "VIENOT","Charles & Maria Anna","Letitia Margaret","1850-08-04","1850-10-31","SJAL""twin",,,"B"

[NI00858] Baptism Sponsors: James & Sophia Cath Low

[NI00860] Thursday, July 8, 2004 The Halifax Herald Limited

MOSHER, Bernice Margaret "Bonnie" - 89, formerly of Middleton, died July 7, 2004, in QEII Health Sciences Centre, Halifax. Bonnie was recently a resident of Parkstone Enhanced Care Centre, Halifax. Born in Simpson's Corner, she was a daughter of the late Garfield and Lena (Turner) Conrad. She was predeceased by her husband, Gerald Alfred Mosher. Surviving are her children, her daughter, Barbara (Don) Scott, London, Ont.; son, Jerry (Vera) Mosher, Middleton; daughter, Joan (Bruce) Bailey MacKenzie, Bedford; brother, Randolph Conrad, New Germany; sister, Nancy Quinn, Kingston. Also missing her are grandchildren, Jerry and Kelly Scott, Shane and Shaune Mosher, Steve and Cindy Montgomerie; great-grandchildren, Riley Ann, Jordyn, Ben, Madison and Emma. A memorial service will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. John's United Church, Middleton, Rev. Ewen Moase officiating with a reception to follow for family and friends in the church parlor. Interment in Pine Grove Cemetery, Middleton. In lieu of flowers, memorial tributes may be made to Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia or a charity of choice. "Mom, you've touched so many and will be missed by your family and friends!" On-line condolences to: roopfh@ns.sympatico.ca


[NI00870] Hemford Cemetery, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

#37 Faulkner James W. 1859-1934; Hodiah 1863-1944 (Mailman)


Faulkener James W. M Head M May 4 1858 42
Faulkener Odiah F Wife M Dec 11 1864 36
Faulkener James Ellis M Son S Nov 4 1890 10


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Chesley Corner, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:h
Archives Microfilm:T-6454


[NI00875] VEINOTTE, Levenia Adelaide - 78, Clearland, Lunenburg Co., died June 5, 1997, at home. Born in Waldon, she was a daughter of the late Percey and Minnie Zinck. Surviving are daughters, Joan (Mrs. Brian Knickle), Western Shore; Stella MacDonald, Clearland; Geraldine (Mrs. Carl Lantz), Dartmouth; son, David, Indian Point; sisters, Nellie (Mrs. Basil Kaizer), Waldon; Maude Veinotte, Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany; 14 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, George Thomas; sons, Mervin, Thomas; sisters, Grace Langille, Cora Zinck. No visitation by request. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Graveside committal service 2 p.m. Sunday in Hillside Cemetery, Clearland, Rev. James Haughan officiating. Donations to Calvary Temple Pentecostal Church, Mahone Bay, or Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg.

[NI00886] VEINOTTE, Mervin Roger - 56, Clearland, Lunenburg Co., died February 2, 1996, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Walden, he was a son of Levenia (Zinck) Veinotte, Clearland, and the late George Veinotte. Prior to retirement, he was employed with Reinforced Plastics of Mahone Bay. Surviving are daughter, Nancy, Bridgewater; son, Eric, Clearland; sisters, Geraldine (Mrs. Carl Lantz), Dartmouth; Stella MacDonald, Clearland; Joan (Mrs. Brian Knickle), Western Shore; brother, David, Indian Point; two step-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by daughter, Lisa Jane; brother, Thomas. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Memorial service 2 p.m. Tuesday in Calvary Temple Pentecostal Church, Mahone Bay, Pastor Rick Firth officiating. Burial in Hillside Cemetery, Clearland. Donations to The Lung Association, South Shore Regional Hospital or Calvary Temple, Mahone Bay.

[NI00900] CROWE, Regan Marie - Infant daughter of Shawn and Nicolle Crowe,
Clearland, passed away September 19, 2003, in South Shore Regional
Hospital, Bridgewater, surrounded by her loving family and healthcare
workers. Besides her parents, she is survived, and sadly missed, but
not forgotten, by big brother, Ethan; grandparents, Gary and Doreen
Crowe, Truro; Darlene and Kerry Blaikie, Bayport; David and Gail
Veinotte, Clearland; uncle, Joel (Jen) Veinotte, Clearland; aunt,
Amanda (Peter) Veinotte, Maders Cove; cousin Liam Veinotte;
great-grandparents, Celia Lynds, Truro; Ina McCallum, Truro; Stan and
Julia Heffler, Chester; many aunts, uncles and cousins throughout
Canada and United States. She was predeceased by great-grandparents,
George and Lavenia Veinotte; Alfred Smith; John McCallum; Alfred
Lynds; uncle, Freddie Crowe. A family graveside committal service
will be held in Hillside Cemetery, Clearland, Rev. Ian Wissler
officiating. Memorial donations may be made to "Hands of the Future",
Maternity Ward of South Shore Regional Hospital or IWK Neo-Natal
Unit. Arrangements are under the direction of Mahone Funeral Home,
Mahone Bay.

[NI00906] Edna & Ernest are twins

Mrs. Edna Veinotte Halifax Herald

Handwritten date: May 1, 1981.

Mrs. Edna M. Veinotte, 62, of Bridgewater, died Friday in Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater.
Born in Sweetland, she was a daughter of the Wilbert and Martha (Eisnor) Veinotte.
She is survived by her husband, Henry Seaforth.
The body is in Wamback's Memorial Chapel, Bridgewater. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday in St.Paul's Lutheran Church, Bridgewater, Rev.Willis Ott officaiting, with burial in Brookside Cemetery, Bridgewater.

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[NI00907] SLAUENWHITE, Lena Princetta - 80, Rosedale Nursing Home, New Germany, formerly of Sweetland, Lunenburg Co., died February 16, 1996, in Rosedale Nursing Home. Born in Sweetland, she was a daughter of the late Wilbert and Martha (Eisenhauer) Veinotte. Surviving are her husband, Reginald; daughter, Thelma (Mrs. Frank Ernst), Dartmouth; sons, Sterling, Dartmouth; Phillip, Red Deer, Alta; foster daughter, Linda McKinster, Halifax; seven grandchildren; a great-granddaughter; sister, Pauline Zinck, Bayport; brother, Ernest Sweetland. She was predeceased by sister, Edna Veinotte; brothers, Norman, Elvin, Maurice. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday, funeral 2 p.m. Monday both in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater, Rev. Robert Rock officiating. Burial in Sweetland Cemetery. No flowers by request. Donations to IWK-Grace Health Centre.

[NI00910] This couple has 6 children

[NI00913] died in childbirth

[NI00919] VEINOT, Maude Elizabeth - 84, Newburne, died October 17, 1998, in Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany. Born in Walden, she was a daughter of the late Percy and Minnie (Joudrey) Zinck. Surviving are daughters, Helen (Mrs. Everett Slauenwhite), Marjorie (Mrs. Kevin Oickle), New Germany; sons, Nelson, Maplewood; Richard, Ray, Newburne; 10 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; three great-great grandchildren; sister, Nellie (Mrs. Basil Kaizer), Walden. She was predeceased by her husband, Hibbert; sisters, Cora, Grace, Lavenia. No visitation by request. Funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday in Transfiguration Anglican Church, Newburne, Rev. Gloria McClure-Fraser officiating. A private family burial will follow in Newburne Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations to Rosedale Home For Special Care, New Germany. Arrangements entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewate

[NI00923] In the Book "Newburne Then and Now " it shows Ervin Ned Barkhouse as her father.

The Marjorie Alvirta Barkhouse and Marjorie Alvirta Veinot are the same person...
Source: Erving Ned Barkhouse obit and Maude Elizabeth (Zinck) Veinot obit

[NI00924] Thursday, April 14, 2005 The Halifax Herald Limited


VEINOT, Nelson St. Clair - 67, Maplewood, Lunenburg Co., passed away Wednesday, April 13, 2005, at home. Born in Newburne, he was a son of the late Hibbert and Maude (Zinck) Veinot. He was a member of Parkdale-Maplewood Baptist Church. He was retired from a career of carpentry and spent his last working years at Snyder's Shipyard. He was an avid outdoors man and jack of all trades. Surviving are his wife, the former Barbara Foster; daughters, Carolea (Jeff) Kaulback, Bridgewater; Hayley (Christopher) Martell, Timberlea; granddaughter, Courtney Dawn Martell; brother, Richard, Newburne; sisters, Helen (Everett) Slauenwhite, Marjorie (Kevin) Oickle, both of New Germany. He was predeceased by brother, Ray. Visitation 7-9 p.m. Friday in Sweeny's Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. Saturday in Parkdale-Maplewood Baptist Church, Parkdale, Rev. Jennifer Joudrey officiating. Family interment will follow in Parkdale Community Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Parkdale- Maplewood Museum Expansion Fund, Parkdale- Maplewood Baptist Church or Parkdale- Maplewood Cemetery. On-line condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com


[NI00926] Wednesday, November 21, 2001 The Halifax Herald Limited

VEINOT, Ray Martin - 62, Newburne, Lunenburg Co., died Monday, November 19, 2001, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Newburne, he was the son of the late Hibbert Veinot and Maude (Zinck) Veinot. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Friday in Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral service 11 a.m. Saturday in Transfiguration Anglican Church, Newburne, Rev. Gloria McClure-Fraser officiating. Burial of his ashes in St. Matthew's Cemetery. Donations to go to Shaid Tree or Transfiguration Anglican Church, Newburne.

[NI00927] The Chronicle Herald Thu, January 3rd, 2008

KAIZER, Nellie Iris - 86, Lunenburg, passed away Tuesday, January 1, 2008, in Harbour View Haven Home for Special Care, Lunenburg. Born in Walden, she was a daughter of the late Percy and Minnie (Joudrey) Zinck. Nellie was a loving mother who spent her time caring for her children as well as other children in the area. She was very much involved in her community and would lend a helping hand wherever it was needed. She was a member of St. Mark's Union Church, Walden, where she was a member of the choir and the ladies aid and guild for many years. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. She is survived by daughters, Ann (Elroy) Tanner, Blue Rocks; Mary Ann (Steve Varner), East LaHave; son, Allan, Blockhouse; 13 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Besides her parents, Nellie was predeceased by her husband, Basil Kaizer; daughters, Minnie and Marilyn; sisters, Maud Veinotte, Lavania Veinot, Grace Langille, and Cora Zinck. Funeral arrangements are under direction of Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, 11213 Highway 3, Lunenburg, where a memorial service to celebrate Nellie's life will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. with Rev. Robert Zinck officiating. Interment service will be held at a later date in Walden Community Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Harbour View Haven Bus Fund, Walden Community Cemetery or a charity of your choice. www.sweenyfuneralhome.ca

[NI00933] Monday, March 4, 2002 The Halifax Herald Limited

KAIZER, Basil Sedric - 88, Walden, Lunenburg Co., died Saturday, March 2, 2002, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Gold River, he was a son of the late Elijah and Lottie (Tennell Veinott) Kaizer. He was a past employee of the former Gold River Pulp Company and was also a past employee for Haley Ernst of Mahone Bay as well as various other local companies, he then retired after working for ABCO Plastics Plant, Mahone Bay. Surviving are his wife, the former Nellie Zinck; daughters, Marilyn Kaizer, Bridgewater; Ann (Elroy) Tanner, Blue Rocks; Mary Ann Rockwell (Steven Varner), Bridgewater; son, Allen (Carolyn) Kaizer, Walden; sisters, Lailiah Johnson, Chester Grant; Mary (Edward) Peters, Whynotts Settlement; Meriel Kaizer, Pleasantville; Myrtle (Ross) Wilnoff, Queensland; brothers, Clementh, Gold River; Robert, Toronto; 13 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his daughter, Minnie Haines; sisters, Hazel, Stella, Kathleen, Eileen; brothers, James, Melbourne, Clarence, Ainsley, Maynard and one in infancy. Cremation has taken place. Memorial service 2 p.m. Tuesday in Mahone Funeral Home, 32 Parish St., Mahone Bay, Rev. Gloria McClure-Fraser officiating. Burial will follow in Western Shore Cemetery, Western Shore. Family flowers only. Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, IWK Foundation or a charity of choice.

[NI00945] He is the natural son of Joshua Langille and Elsie (Neal) Langille and was adopted by Benjamin Hirtle and Sarah Eunice (Veinot) Hirtle

[NI00949] Glenwood A. Veinotte 1995 Halifax Mail Star

Publication date: Wednesday, June 21, 1995.


VEINOTTE, Glenwood A. - 71, Clearland, Lunenburg Co., died June 19, 1995, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Northfield, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Solomon and Elva (Slauenwhite) Veinot. He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, Mahone Bay. Prior to his retirement, he had worked at National Sea Products, Lunenburg for 23 years, first as a truck driver and later as a fish sorter. Surviving are his wife, the former Edith Blanche Veinotte; daughter, Jane (Mrs. Robert Wentzell), Blockhouse; sisters, Jean (Mrs. Robert Marler), Tacoma, Wash.; Goldie (Mrs. George Hacquoil), Bridgewater; brothers, Robert, Richard, Clearland; a grandson. He was predeceased by a sister, Marjorie; brothers, Donald, Floyd. Visitation 2-4, 79 p.m. today in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral 2 p.m. Thursday in St. John's Lutheran Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. George Wawin officiating. Burial in Hillside Cemetery, Clearland. Donations to St. John's Lutheran Church roof fund or any charity.

[NI00951] Veinotte, Floys S. - 61 Martins River, Lunenburg County, died December 6, 1994, at home. Born in Sweetland, Lunenburg County, he was the son of the late Solomon Whitfield and Elva Blanche (Slauenwhite) Veniot. He is survived by sons, Michael, Pine Grove; Leon, Maitland; companion, Lillian Rafuse; sister, Goldie (Mrs George Hacquoil), Briewater; Jean (Mrs Robert Marler); Tacoma, Washington; brothers, Glenwood, Robert, Richard, all of Clearland;five grandchildren. He was predeceased by a sister, Marjorie; brother Donald. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. A Memorial service will be 11 a.m. Saturday in St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Linda MacDonald oficiating. Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery, Clearland. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to any charity

[NI00956] Silis was brought up by his maternal grandparents,Richard & Barbara Veinot

[NI00971] The Inscriptions on her tombstone reads, "Here lyeth the body of Sarah Levy, wife of Nathan Levy, and her young child who parted this life June 03, 1771, age 31 years" The name of the Child is not known.

[NI00979] Mrs.Eunice S. Hirtle (no date) Bridgewater Bulletin

Mrs. Eunice Sarah Hirtle, 81, Oakland, Lunenburg County, died Monday in Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater.
Born in Newburne, she was the daughter of the late Richard and Sarah (MacKay) Veinott. She is survived by two sons, John B. and Andrew, both of Oakland; two sisters, Sarah (Mrs. Sydney Greek), Lunenburg; Nellie (Mrs. Perry Veinott),
Union Square; three brothers, Joseph, Maitland; Seaforth, Bridgewater; Albert, Newburne; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Benjamin; and six sisters and brothers. The funeral was held at St.James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, on Wednesday, October 26, at 3p.m., the Rev. William Dye officiating. Burial was at Bay View Cemetery, Mahone Bay.The pallbearers were grandsons, Carl, Paul, Rickey Hirtle and Paul Carver.

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[NI00984] Sarah Selena Greek 2002 Halifax Herald

Sarah Selena Greek, 97, Lunenburg, passed away Wednesday, December 25, 2002, in Mahone Nursing home, Mahone Bay. Born in Newburne, she was a daughter of
the late Richard and Barbara (MacKay) Veinot. Sarah was a hard working homemaker who took much pride in everything she did.She had great compassion for the less fortunate and always had a door open to help anyone in need. She was a strong and very steady person who even helped out many children in the community, also boarding many fishermen in
her home. In the 1960s and 70s, Sarah worked at National Sea Products, Lunenburg. She was a wonderful cook, who always had special goodies made for anyone who came to her home. Her grandchildren were very important in her
life and they referred to her as the wonderful lady we called Nanny Greek. She is survived by son, Wilfred, Sr. (Irene), Centre; brother, Albert Veinot, New York; grandchildren, Sandra Jean (Bill) Thompson, Ontario; Terry Patrick, British Columbia; Wilfred, Jr. (Diane), New Germany; George
(Shirley), Barss Corner; Paulette Hirtle; 19 great grandchildren; six great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Sidney; daughter, Pauline; sons-in-law, Allan Patrick, Kay Keighton; grandson, Timothy; brothers, Joseph, Seaforth, Solomon, Hibbert; sisters, Eunice, Rebecca,
Etter, Maude, and Nellie Veinot. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, 11213 Hwy. 3, Lunenburg, with visitation 7-9 p.m. today, where funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, Rev.Irving Letto officiating. Interment in Hillcrest Cemetery, Lunenburg. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to St. John's Anglican Church Restoration Fund.

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[NI00998] Halifax Herald 6/30/2003

VEINOT, Albert St. Clair - 90, Hillside Pines Home For Special Care, Bridgewater, formerly of Newburne, died June 26, 2003, in the home. Born in Newburne, he was a son of the late Richard and Barbara (MacKay) Veinot. Surviving are his wife, Rhoda, New Germany; daughter, Faye (Godfrey) Thompson, Newburne; sons, Leon (Beulah), Leo (Helen), all of Oakland; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by brothers and sisters. There will be no visitation in the funeral home. Graveside service 11 a.m. today in Newburne Cemetery, Rev. Larry Ehrhardt officiating. Memorial donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society. Arrangements entrusted to R.A. Corkum Funeral Home, Wileville.

[NI00999] The Chronicle Herald Wednesday February 15, 2006

VEINOT, Rhoda Francis - 85, Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany, formerly of Newburne, Lunenburg Co., passed away February 12, 2006, in Rosedale Home for Special Care. Born in Newburne, she was a daughter of the late Henry and Lena (Eisnor) Carver. She is survived by daughter, Faye (Godfrey) Thompson, Newburne; sons, Leon (Beulah) and Leo (Helen), both of Oakland; seven grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; sister, Charlotte Langille, Oakland; brother, Franklyn (Marie) Carver, Newburne. She was predeceased by her husband, Albert, and a great- grandson; brothers, Roland and Ralph; sister-in-law, Kathleen. There will be no visitation in the funeral home. Graveside funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Thursday in Newburne Cemetery, Rev. Larry Ehrhardt officiating. Family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to Rosedale Home for Special Care, Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia or Canadian Cancer Society. Arrangements entrusted to R.A. Corkum Funeral Home, Wileville, where on-line condolences may be made at: www.corkumfuneralhome.ca

[NI01000]
VEINOT, Nellie Eva - 86, Union Square, Lunenburg Co., died Tuesday, March 13, 2001, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, Lunenburg Co. She was a member of St. Paul's Anglican Church, Union Square. She is survived by sister, Sarah, Mahone Bay Nursing Home, Mahone Bay; brother, Albert, Hebb's Cross; daughters, Kathleen and Ralph Carver, Rosaline and Vernon Smith, both of Union Square; sons, Dan and Sonia, Simpsons Corner; Albert and Betty, Charlottetown, P.E.I.; grandchildren, Wade, Peter, Terry, Trent, Gary, Neil, Peggy, Dale, Cecil, Timmy, Angie, Cheryl, Adrian and numerous great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Perry. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Her ashes will be buried in St. Paul's Anglican Church Cemetery, Union Square, following a graveside memorial service to be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Rev. Gloria McClure-Fraser officiating.

[NI01004] Kathleen Barbara Carver, 71, passed away Wednesday, May 19, 2004 at South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, N.S. Born in Union Square, Lunenburg County, N.S., Kathleen was a daughter of the late Perry and Nellie (Veinot) Veno. She was a member of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Newburne. Surviving are her husband Ralph; son Wade (Sharon), Union Square; sister Rosaleen (Vernon) Smith, Union Square; brothers Dan (Sonia) Veno, Simpson's Corner; Albert (Betty) Veno, New Germany; two grandchildren, Stephanie (Darren) Lynch, Alberta; Jason Carver, Union Square; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by brothers Alfred, Joseph and Frederick.
Kathleen was very ambitious working for her community hall, her church and also for the Rosedale Horizons Senior Citizens Club, which she was a member. Previously, she worked at the Pleasant Rest Home in Bridgewater, N.S.
Visitation took place on May 21, 2004 at Sweeny's Funeral Home, New Germany, N.S. Funeral service was held on May 22, 2004 at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Newburne, Rev. Larry Ehrhardt officiating. Burial took place in the Union Square Cemetery, Union Square, N.S. Memorial donations were made to St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Heart and Stroke Foundation or any charity.

[NI01010] The Chronicle Herald Tue, February 19th, 2008

VENO, Albert Otto - 72, Bridgewater, Lunenburg Co., passed away February 16, 2008, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Union Square, he was a son of the late Perry and Nellie (Veno) Veno. He is survived by his wife, the former Betty Moore; sons, Gary, Hemford; Neil, Timothy, both of Shelburne; Cecil (Lillian), Dale, both of Ontario; Adrian, Bridgewater; daughters, Peggy (Paul), Angela (Tony), both of Ontario; Shirl (Stephen), Dartmouth; sister, Roseleen (Vernon) Smith, Union Square; brother, Dan (Sonia), Simpson's Corner; 12 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by sister, Kathleen; three brothers in infancy. Arrangements are under the direction of R.A. Corkum Funeral Home, Wileville. There will be no visitation in the funeral home. A private graveside service will be held at a later date. Family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society or a charity of your choice. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.corkumfuneralhome.ca

[NI01020] 1881 CENSUS OF LUNENBURG COUNTY, NOVA SCOTIA

37 Lunenburg

Blockhouse, Divisions 1, 2 and 3
Page 7


386 VENOT EPHRAIM 1832
(VENOT) MARY ANN 1842
VENOT FREEMAN 1864
VENOT RUFUS 1866
VENOT MARY 1871
VENOT LOUISA 1879

[NI01022] Baptism Sponsors: Jas. Veno & his wife

[NI01024] Cemetery Inscriptions Vol: 3
Bayview Cemetery,Mahone Bay,NS
Pg.138 Veino Mary G. d. 30 Jul 1855 - 2 weeks
( dau. of Gasper & Catherine Veino)

[NI01026] Alice Barbara Begin, died 1940 in Fauxborough, Lunenburg County

Item can be found in Registration Year: 1940 - Book: 194 - Page: 111 - Number:

[NI01028] "VIENOT","Richard Schneider","B","1863-11-25","1863-12-05","MBA","Caspar & Cath",,"WH Snyder & wife AC"

[NI01029] "OIKLE","Lavinia Adelaide","B","1868-04-28","1868-09-20","MBA","Nelson & Mary A",,"Ephraim Fiener & wife Augusta"

[NI01030]
51VeinotteChildrenVeinotte, Enos & Florence and children; (Inscribed on small flat stone without dates)Whynott's SettlementSunnyside
51VeinotteEnosVeinotte, Enos & Florence and children; (Inscribed on small flat stone without dates)Whynott's SettlementSunnyside
51VeinotteFlorenceVeinotte, Enos & Florence and children; (Inscribed on small flat stone without dates)Whynott's SettlementSunnyside
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Enos Cornelious Veinotte Bridgewater Bulletin

August, 1962.

Enos Cornelious Veinotte passed away at his home in Second Peninsula at the age of 84 years. He was the son of the late Enos and Lamina (Barry) Veinotte of Lower Northfield.
Surviving are his wife, the former Florence Lowe; and five sons and one daughter, Mansfield, Leslie, and Sinclair, in British Columbia; Harold of Mahone Bay; Garfield and Beatrice in the United States; a grandson, Lloyd Lillis,at home. Three sisters also survive, Mrs. Bertha Howard of New Jersey; Mrs. Zipporah Joudrey, Lower Northfield, and Ivy (Mrs. Mansel Barry), Massachusetts.
Funeral service was held from the Mahone Funeral Home,conducted by the Rev. Findlay of the Anglican Church.
Interment was in the family plot at Whynacht's Settlement.
The pall bearers were Randolph Stevens, Jr., A. Zinck, Arnold and Robert Joudrey.
The floral offerings were beautiful.

RR

[NI01032] 1901 Census
District:NS LUNENBURG (#37)
Subdistrict:Blockhouse c Page 8
76 Veinotte Cornelius M Head M Feb 6 1867 34
75 Veinotte Louisa F Wife M Sep 19 1870 30
75 Veinotte Arthur M Son S May 13 1890 10
75 Veinotte Fred M Son S Dec 20 1891 9
75 Veinotte Hazel F Daughter S Feb 11 1893 8
75 Veinotte Carroll M Son S Oct 1 1894 6

[NI01035] "LEGGE","William Edward","B","1787-06-27","1787-08-04","SJAL","William & Cath Margaret",,"James Donig, Edw Hussey,Cath Speidel"

[NI01046] Friday, December 31, 2004 The Halifax Herald Limited

FOSTER, Hazel Margaret - 79, Maplewood, Lunenburg Co., passed away, Wednesday, December 29, 2004, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Scarsdale, she was a daughter of the late Parker and Jeanette "Jennie" (Hirtle) Hawkesworth. She was an active member and volunteer of Parkdale Maplewood Baptist Church as well various other church and community groups and organizations. Surviving are her special friend, Lloyd Wentzel, Parkdale; daughter, Barbara (Nelson) Veinot, Maplewood; sons, Allan (Pearl), Parkdale; Avard (Deborah), Midville Branch; sister, Janetta (William) Dexter, Hampton; sisters-in-law, Marion, Ida May, Hildred; brother, Earle (Elsie) Hawkesworth, Edmonton; seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; three step great-grandchildren; one step great great-grandchild; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Henry; son, Clyde Kenneth; sister, Lila; brothers, Claude, James, Robert, Bruce, Cecil. Visitation 7-9 p.m. Saturday in Sweeny's Funeral Home, 4895 route 10, New Germany. Funeral 2:30 p.m. Sunday, January 2, in Parkdale Maplewood Baptist Church, Parkdale, Rev. Jennifer Joudrey officiating. Private family burial will follow in Parkdale Community Cemetery. No flowers by request, donations may be made to the Parkdale Maplewood Museum Expansion Fund, Parkdale Community Cemetery or Parkdale Maplewood Baptist Church. On-line condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI01051] Rev. Clinton Veinotte was the Rector of St. Luke's Parish(Church of England) in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia for six and a half year period, leaving in 1955.


Oct 20, 1955 (THE SPECTATOR)....

Rev. and Mrs Veinotte Tendered farewell
The farewell party tendered the Rev. CC Veinotte and Mrs Veinotte by the parish of St Lukes Church of England. on Friday evening in St Luke's Parish hall was largely attended, and a jolly affair.
The committee in charge were Mrs Ernest F. Shaffner and Charles W. Fickes.
Games were under the direction of Mrs J.R. Kerr, Mrs Arthur Kelsall and Mrs J.E. Hickman. In the geography game, Mrs Stuart Nicholl and Mrs Ellsworth Freeman won the prizes. In the charades captained by Mrs Arthur Tilley, Mrs Robert Mailman, and Mrs E.L. Himmeon, prizes were won by Mrs R.H. Edwards, and Mrs F.C. Gilliatt. In the Choir contest honors went to Mrs F. Clyde Thomas. In the vestrymen's contest the winning teams were Rev & Mrs Veinotte, Ellsworth Freeman, TH Fortier and Alan Spurr.
Delicious refreshments were served by the Rectory Guild and St Lukes Guild.
In the absence of the senior warden, J.C. Farish Owen, the Junior warden Dr. J.R. Kerr on behalf of the parishioners presented Rev & Mrs Veinotte with a purse of money and Mrs Veinotte with a silver tray and bouquet of beautiful pink Carnations.

Dr Kerr reviewed Mr Veinotte's work during the six and a half years as Rector, speaking of the wonderful improvements to St Luke's and his untiring work in the parish.

Rev Mr. Veinotte, in thanking his people, said he was leaving with mixed feelings. He was looking forward to his new charge in Yonkers, New York, but he would never forget the kindness he and his family received during the past six and a half years, and the many roots they had put down, he hoped would always remain. He wished God's blessings on all the people.
The evening closed with "For He's a Joly Good Fellow"
Rev & Mrs Veinotte gives his farewell sermon, Sunday Morning,Oct 30th and flies to New York that evening with his family.

...........................................................................................................................
Reverend Clinton C.Veinotte 1983 Unknown Newspaper

Reverend Clinton C.Veinotte, 69, of Ossining, formerly of Nova Scotia, died July 11 in Phelps Memorial Hospital Centre, North Tarrytown, New York.
Born in Mahone Bay, he was a son of Ruth (Oickle) Veinotte and the late Clarence Veinotte.
He was a retired priest of the Episcopal Diocese of New York and was formerly of the Anglican Diocese of Nova Scotia.
He graduated from Dalhousie University and King's College before his ordination in 1938. He served in the parishes of New Germany, Coxheath, and Annapolis Royal and was rural dean of the Annapolis Deanery during his tenure there. He was a part-time chaplain in the Canadian Army during the Second World War.
In 1955, he became rector of St.Paul's Episcopal Church in Yonkers, New York, where he remained until his retirement in 1977. Since then, he has resided in Ossining where he assisted at Episcopal churches in the area.
Surviving are his wife, the former Marie Hilchie; two sons, David, Kingwood, Texas; Terrence, Mount Vernon; two daughters, Diane Herger, Yorktown Heights; Pamela, at home; six grandchildren.
Besides his father, he was predeceased by a sister, Viola.
Funeral was held July 14 in Ossining, with burial in Dale Cemetery, Ossining.

RR

[NI01052] He was born in Mahone Bay on 12 October 1852, and died of kidney disease at the age of 85. He had light brown hair, blue eyes, good teeth, fair skinned, and was 5'11" tall. He married Caroline Elizabeth VEINOT in 1877, who bore him nine children.

[NI01053] She was born on 14 September 1859, and died from unknown causes at the
age of 75. She had black hair, brown eyes, fair skin which wasn't too good and was
5'8" tall. She was a hard working, ambitious woman and was also very
religious. She was an accomplished midwife who was in great demand.

[NI01054] Veinotte (Hilchie), Marie E.
Marie E. Veinotte (nee Hilchie), 88, Ossining, New York, passed away January 15, 2004. She was born in Chester, N.S. in 1915. Marie was predeceased by husband Rev. Clinton Veinotte, parents Capt. Harold & Essie Hilchie, sisters Margaret and Elizabeth, and brothers Frank and Theodore. Marie is survived by children David (Marion), Diane (Bill), Terrance and Pam (Charlie), seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren all in the U.S. Also surviving are brothers George and Wharton Hilchie of Chester, N.S., as well as many nieces and nephews. Interment has taken place in Ossining, N.Y.

[NI01055] Way back in 1953 -1955, He use to deliver THE SPECTATOR to my customers in Annapolis Royal before I went to school.

[NI01065]
Elizabeth Ann died 8 January 1897
Died at 18 years

[NI01066]
MIRIAM ALMIRA DIED IN 1957 FROM KIDNEY CANCER

Miriam Almira dies 24 December 1957 at Brewer Maine of Kidney Cancer

[NI01068] Stanage Diego was lost at sea November 1917
OICKLE, Stannage - CAPTAIN 1917 Matanzas Lunenburg Mem. age 31; Northwest

[NI01074] CHARLES AUSTIN DIED IN CANADA IN 1937 FROM A GUNSHOT WOUND RECEIVED WHEN HUNTING.

CHARLES AUSTIN FALKENHEIM-FAULKINHAM:
He was dark skinned, dark curly hair, very good teeth, about 5'10" tall, and had brown eyes. He died at 58 from an accidental gunshot wound which was self inflicted while he was hunting. He was a hard working man who in his lifetime did many things; woodsman, barber, carpenter, and in the latter part of his life was a storekeeper in South Maitland, Nova Scotia. He was a rugged man with good health and had no unusual defects or diseases. He was born November 28, 1879 and died November 20, 1937.

[NI01078] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 12/07/92
Category: News
Page: C14


OICKLE, Mae - 99, Mahone Bay, died December 6, 1992, in Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay. Born in Cornwall, Lunenburg County, she was a daughter of the late Wilbert and Alice (Joudrey) Ernst. She was member of St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay. She is survived by a daughter, Violet, Mahone Bay; son, Garnet, Mahone Bay; five sisters, Mrs. Winnie Oxner, Hazel, Mrs. Vera Langille, Olive, all of Middle Musquodoboit; Mrs. Violet Watson, Kitchener, Ont.; a grandchild. She was predeceased by her husband, Harris L.; sister, Mabel. The body is in Mahone Funeral Home, visiting 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in St. James Anglican Church, Rev. Rod Gillis officiating. Burial will be in Park Cemetery, Mahone Bay. Donations may be made to St. James Anglican Church Memorial Fund or Fishermen's Memorial Hospital.

[NI01095] John George (DAREE/DORE/PERRIN) BARRY, illegitimate son of Jean George PERRIN
and Margaret DORE, born 12 February 1777. Baptized 9 March 1777 as John George
DORE. Married Susannah Catherine VIENOT, daughter of Jacques (James)
Christopher and Jeanne (Dare/Dorey) VIENOT, 14 July 1799 in the Church of
England, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.



Info: The following document from the Provincial Archives of Nova Scotia.
Call number believed to be [MG100, Vol 12, #29]

THE BARRY ANCESTRY

INTRODUCTION

This ancestry predates to the year 1749 when Colonel Edward Cornwallis, founder
of Halifax, wrote the Commissioners for Trade and Plantations in London telling
them that an effort be made to recruit and send over foreign Protestants. He
further wrote "Nothing will give me greater pleasure that to hear that Your
Lordships have fallen upon some means of sending over German and other foreign
Protestants."

The Commissioners of Trade and Plantations selected as their agent, John Dick
of Rotterdam who over a period of a few years supplied their request and
recruited the Protestant Settlers from the Platinate in southern Germany and
other German States; Switzerland; Montbeliard; France; and the Netherlands - as
recorded in "The Foreign Protestants and Settlement of Nova Scotia."

Jean Urban Jeane Perrin, a stone cutter by trade, born 1720, came from
Montbeliard, France, on the Speedwell to Halifax in 1752. After nine weeks
stay there then came to Lunenburg in 1753 as one of the recruited Protestants
for the settlement of Lunenburg and the forefather of the Maitland section of
Lunenburg County.

His first wife's Christian name was Johanna Jeanne. From this union were two
sons - Jean (John) George Perrin, born 1754 and Jean (John) Christopher Perrin,
born 1756.

During the year 1776 Jean George Perrin and Margaret Dore' (Dorey) born 1755,
daughter of Nicholas Dare's, became close friends. On February 12, 1777 an
illegitimate son was born to Margaret Dare's (Dorey) and baptized March 9, 1777
John George Dore'. His Mother afterward married George Robart (Robar). At an
early age John George became a fisherman, making his living by going down to
the sea in ships. His fishing equipment was saved for years on the old
homestead in Maitland.

July 14, 1799 he married Susannah Catherine Vienot, daughter of Jacques (James)
Christopher Vienot and Jeanne Dare's (Dorey). His marriage being registered in
the Church of England records in Lunenburg as Joh George Dares. During this
year he purchased his first property from George and Margaret Dore' (Dorey)
Robart, containing thirty acres for the sum of thirty-five pounds, situated in
northwest Range bounded as per letter A number thirty-three (which can be
identified at this date of writing as the property of the late Mr. Nira Degin)
deeded to John George Perrin Jr. Here John George adopts his father;s surname
Perrin (pronounced PaRRay) and legendary information confirms the reason for
the change.

In those days privateering was a financial business and was encouraged by the
government and authorities of the Province. John George Perrin St. and perhaps
one or more of his sons were engaged in this legal but dangerous occupation and
may have lost their lives while in this service. Because of inheritance of the
wealth of the deceased John George Dore' was obliged to take his father's
surname.

Prior to the British-American War of 1812 John George Perrin joined up for
military duty at Halifax. During the year 1811 the name of Perrin (PaRRay) was
changed to Barry because of a misunderstanding by military officials and by
1827 the name Perrin was completely deleted. His education being nil, deeds
and documents bearing his signature are signed with his mark "X".

His investments centered in purchasing property and moving to Maitland began
purchasing a total of two thousand six hundred and sixty-two acres of woodland
in his own name and some jointly with his brother-in-law John Peter Veinot.
The lands which he purchased are within the area bounded Northly by the Michael
Sliver Road, Southerly by highway number 3A, Easterly by base line and Westerly
by base line. The total amount of money for the purchase of his properties was
five hundred and ninety-one pounds sterling, which he paid in cash.

His sons James and George built the first saw mill in Maitland about 1872, "up
and down" type, which was the only kind used in those days. The mill was
located on the property he gave to his son George and was replaced in 1910
with a modern "Rotary" type built by the late Messrs. Aseph Joudrey and Maynard
Veinot and is being dismantled this year 1962.

He established his first dwelling near the Michael Silver Road but due to
unfriendly relations with the Jeaudrie settlers in that vicinity he moved and
located his dwelling on the premises which is now called the old homestead and
later built another dwelling which is still in good repair and owned by his
great-grandson Charles Barry Jr. Also living on this homestead are Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Barry ( nee Betty Veinot ), the fifth generation and direct
descendants of John George Barry and John Peter Vienot.

His desire for a Church was great. He gave the land and pledged to double all
donations for the building. His death occurred in 1862 before the Church was
built in 1866.

The beginning of the attached list of progeney gives the names of the children
and grand-children of the pioneer Jean Urban Jeane Perrin and is recorded only
for the purpose of identifying the father of John George Barry - Jean (John)
George Perrin born in 1754.

Compiled and Written by
Moyle Emerson Barry,

August 24, 1968

Jean Urban Jeane Perrin, born 1720
Johanna Jeanne

married second time to Judith Jollymois 1790

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Jean (John) George Perrin born 1754 Jean Christopher Perrin born 1756
married 1782, Catherine Elizabeth married Catherine Dophine
Jollymois
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Born Born

Judith Margaret 1783 Mary Catherine 1780
John Urbanus 1788 Catherine Louisa 1782
James 1790 Mary Elizabeth 1784
Catherine Elizabeth 1792 George Frederick 1787
Catherine Barbara 1794 James 1788
Louisa Margaret 1796 John Peter 1790
George 1797 John Frederick 1792

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[NI01098] David and Nathan married the Low sisters in a double wedding ceremony on December 28,1819.
He bought land on Little Tancook on January 20,1827.

[NI01101] "LEVY","David & Anna Eliz","Gershom","1820-08-28","1820-10-22","DRL",,,"B"

[NI01103] The Chronicle HeraldTuesday May 1, 2007

SNYDER, Vera Elizabeth - 80, New Germany, Lunenburg Co., passed away April 29, 2007, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Stanley Section, she was a daughter of the late Murray and Annie (Joudrey) Mader. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, New Germany. She was a devoted wife, a kind and caring mother and grandmother. Surviving are sons, Richard, Michael (Julia), Dereck (Lorraine), Cedric, all of New Germany; brother, Gordon "Joe" Esther, North River; granddaughters, Nena, Toronto; Julie, Calgary; Angela (Galen), Bridgewater; Nancy and Heidi, Dartmouth; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Oran; brother, Bernard; daughter-in-law, Barbara Snyder. Arrangements are under the direction of R. A. Corkum Funeral Home, Wileville, where visitation will be 7-9 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral service 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Trinity Lutheran Church, New Germany, Rev. Larry Ehrhardt officiating. Private family burial in Epworth United Cemetery, New Germany. Family flowers only. Memorial donations in memory of Vera may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church, Lung Association of Nova Scotia or the charity of your choice. On-line condolences may be made at: www.corkumfuneralhome.ca

[NI01107] "LEVY","Sarah Ann","B","1822-04-13","1822-06-23","DRL","David & Anna",,

[NI01112] Monday, March 7, 2005 The Halifax Herald Limited

PUBLICOVER (Fancy), Daisy Bell - 88, Ocean View Manor, formerly of Gaetz Brook, passed away Saturday, March 5, 2005, in the manor. Born in Marie Joseph, December 17, 1916, she was a daughter of the late Ambrose and Florence (Bezanson) Fancy. Daisy is survived by daughters, Anita (Merle) Riggs, Dartmouth; Audrey (Eugene) Bezanson, Eastern Passage; Sheila (Robert) Mason, Porter's Lake; sons, Seymour (Linda), Pictou; Frederick, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.; Larry (Charlotte), Conrod's Settlement; sister, Nina Carroll, Halifax; brother, Farley, Waterdown, Ont.; 21 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Daisy was predeceased by her husband, Parker; sisters, Leone, Alice, Dora, and brother, Joseph. Visitation will be today from 2-4 p.m. in Ecum Secum Funeral Home. Funeral service will be held Tuesday, March 8, at 2 p.m. in St. John's Anglican Church, Necum Teuch, with burial in the spring, Rev. Marilyn Lamb officiating. Family flowers only please. Donations may be made to the Ocean View Manor Society or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia. On-line condolences may be made to: crowells.fh@ns.sympatico.ca

[NI01125] The Chronicle Herald Friday December 15, 2006

VEINOTTE, Gloria Mae - 59, Verdun, Que., formerly of Clearland, Lunenburg Co., passed away peacefully in her sleep in Montreal General Hospital on Tuesday, December 12, 2006. Born in Clearland, Gloria was a daughter of the late George (Eddy) and Viola (Tanner) Veinotte of Clearland. Gloria is survived by her daughter, Donna Veinotte (husband Michael De Montigny, and children Jack, Jimmy, Phillip and Patrick) of Verdun, Que.; son, Dalton Letendre (wife Georgina and children Jessica and Tayler) of Calgary, Alta.; and son, Rene Letendre (wife Rachel Milett and children Kirk, Cory, Lance and Benjamin) of Verdun, Que.; and in Nova Scotia, sisters, Verlene (Mrs. Richard Veinotte), Clearland; Leolia (Mrs. Clifford Emino), Springfield; Elizabeth (Mrs. Darrell Corkum), Middle Cornwall; Heather (Mrs. Roger Robar), Chelsea; Veronica (Mrs. Murray Pierce), Blockhouse; and Janine (Mrs. Wayne Levy), Windsor; brothers, Bernard, Martin's Point; Rodney (wife Cheryl), Rose Bay; and Kevin (wife Sylvia), Martin's Point; 17 great-nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her father, George Edward "Eddy" Veinotte (Clearland); sisters, Janice (Mrs. Myles Aulenback) (Middle Cornwall); infants, Carol and Donna; brothers, Wayne (Clearland); infants, Wendell and Kirk; two nieces, one nephew, one great-niece and one great-nephew. Funeral service to take place on Saturday, December 16, at 2 p.m. at Groupe Yves Légaré inc., Alfred Dallaire, 4500 rue Verdun, Montreal, Que. Interment of ashes at a later date in Hillside Cemetery, Clearland. Donations in memory of Gloria may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, Canadian Diabetes Association, United Baptist Church, Mahone Bay, or Hillside Cemetery, Clearland.

[NI01135] BIRTHS

DEMONE: Jamie and Sally (Robar) Demone, are pleased to announce the safe
arrival of their daughter, Kerstyn Amy, who was born at the South Shore
Regional Hospital on October 8, 1998 at 3:25 a.m., weighing in at 6 lbs. 14
ozs. Proud grandparents are Paul and Judith Robar, North River, and Arnold
(Jr.) and Marlene Demone, New Germany.
CARD OF THANKS: We would like to thank everyone for the cards and gifts
which we received over the past few months. A very special thank-you goes
to Dr. Sternadel and Dr. Mathisen for the safe arrival of our little girl.
An extra special thank-you goes to the nurses at the OBS clinic, as well as
the nurses on the maternity floor for all your help and support. Jamie,
Sally and Kerstyn Demone.

[NI01138] ROBAR, Roger Delbert — 71, loving husband and father, passed away early morning on December 30, 2010, while in intensive care with family by his side. He was born in Bridgewater, in the old Dawson Memorial Hospital on December 28, 1939. He was the eldest son of Marjorie Robar (Mail­man), of Chelsea, and the late Del­bert Robar. He is survived by wife, Heather (Veinotte) of Chel­sea; daughters, Amanda (Ian), of Bridgewater; and Ashley, of St. John’s, N.L.; brothers, Charles (Yvonne), Garry, Jeffery (Krista); and sisters, Gloria (Byron) Winters, Linda (Rodger) Demond, Heather (Wayne) Weagle, and Patricia (Warren) Sarty. Also surviving are his mother-in-law, Viola Veinotte (Tanner), of Clearland; several brothers and sisters-in-law, aunts, uncles and many cousins. Pre­deceased by his brother, Gerald. He was heavily involved in Chelsea Unit­ed Baptist Church attending services, prayer meetings, and bible studies weekly. He also once held the posi­tions of Superintendent and teacher. Roger attended the Chelsea one-room schoolhouse, receiving his Grade 10, and furthering his education at New Germany Rural High School where he graduated in 1958. He went on to grad­uate from Truro Normal Collage in 1960, receiving a Class 2 teaching li­cense. He did teach for awhile, but soon realized it was not suited for him. Roger did enjoy travelling, telling sto­ries of his trips to Expo 67 in Montreal, Que., and England in 1976. Over his years, he worked for several grocery chains, including Loblaws in Bramp­ton, Ont. From 1976-1993 he was em­ployed by National Sea Products, Lu­nenburg, where he met his charming chick-a-dee (Heather) whom he mar­ried in 1981. The following year they moved into their Chelsea home, rais­ing two beautiful daughters. He will be greatly missed by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him, in­cluding his four kitties (Tiger, MissT, Cheech and Chong). Roger had the special gift of touching the hearts of everyone he met. Unfortunately, Rog­er battled with Bipolar Disorder for many long hard years. May he rest in peace now. Visitation will be held to­day, January 2, from 2-4 p.m. The fu­neral will be held at 11 a.m. on Mon­day, January 3, in Chelsea United Bap­tist Church. Burial will follow in Chel­sea Maple Grove Cemetery. Donations in his name may be made to Chelsea United Baptist Church to fulfill Rog­er’s wish of supplying seat cushions for all pews. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI01144] He had reddish hair, gray eyes, and a rosy complexion. He died at the age of 40 from sunstroke.

[NI01150] VIENOT Mary Eliz B 1803-06-14 1803-06-16 DRL Joshua & Cath Peter & Eliz Vienot & Mary Cath low

[NI01153] Lowe Abel M Head M Dec 28 1847 53
Lowe Sarah F Wife M Jul 4 1852 49
Lowe Eldora F Daughter S Mar 29 1882 19
Lowe James R M Son S May 14 1884 16
Lowe Gilbert A M Son S Aug 4 1886 14
Lowe Harley F M Son S Jul 31 1888 12
Lowe Solomon L M Son S Jul 29 1890 10
Lowe Nelson P M Son S Jul 26 1893 8


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Bridgetown, ANNAPOLIS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:26
Subdistrict Number:d
Archives Microfilm:T-6446

[NI01161] Union Square Cemetery

EIKLE
Stephen
died March 16, 1917.

Eliza
died June 21, 1917.
64 years 10 months

Bridgewater Bulletin Cornwall News Column 1917

There died at Upper Cornwall, on March 9th, Stephen Eickle, aged 69 years. He leaves to mourn his loss a widow, six sons, and three daughters. Interment took place on the following Sunday afternoon at Union Square Cemetery, Rev. G. Harrison officiating.

RR

[NI01173] "JOUDRY","Nicholas & Sophia","Valentine","1851-08-19","1851-11-21","MBA",,,"B"

[NI01195] The Halifax Herald Limited Published: Tue, 9 Sep 2003,

TAYLOR, Douglas Murray - 77, Bridgetown, passed away Sunday, September 7, 2003, at home, surrounded by his loving family. Born in West Arlington, he was a son of the late John and Susan (Sabean) Taylor. He was a woodsman all his life. He was an avid sports fan and enjoyed watching hockey, baseball, wrestling and TV game shows. He had a deep love for his family. He is survived by his wife, the former Vera Isabelle Wilkins; children, Wade (Carolyn), Parkers Cove; Susan (Carl) Langille, Centrelea; Carson (Peggy), Alberta; Elgie (Jill), Port Lorne; Randy (Mary), Alberta; Rosemary (Rick) Milner, Upper Clements; Danny (Susan), Bridgetown; Dale Taylor, Middleton; Dane (Candy Bent), Centrelea; Adam (Shelley), North Williamston; Brenda (Carl) Bezanson, Lawrencetown; Krista (Eugene)Cress,Bridgetown;Ron(Shelley),Clarence; John (Consuelo), Kingston; 48 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; sisters, Ethel Durling, Bridgetown; Pearl (Angus) Clayton, Wilmot; brothers, Lyle (May), Bridgetown; Gerald (Helen) and George (Margie), all of Belleisle. He was predeceased by daughter, Diane Halliday; three grandchildren; sisters, Marjorie, Adeline, Shirley, Frances, Esther; brothers, Leveret, Frank, Bob, Ansel, Ralph and two brothers in infancy.
Visitation will be 7-9 today and 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Wednesday in Robert L. Hall Funeral Home, Bridgetown. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday in Bridgetown Baptist Church, Rev. George Neily officiating.
Interment will take place in Riverside Cemetery. Special thanks to one's who helped with care, daughter-in-law, Shelley Taylor; niece-in-law, Tammy Langille; friend, Christine Chute, as well as Rosey Amero. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory may be made to Canadian Cancer Society. E-mail condolences may be sent to:
1012@alderwoods.com

[NI01196] Isabelle was adopted Eva Wikins and Eva lived with Hillard Hilles Sabean

[NI01200] The Chronicle Herald
12-03-79
Halliday, Mrs. Dianna Hillsburn
12-03-79
Halliday, Jamie Hillsburn
12-03-79
Halliday, Tammy Hillsburn
12-03-79
Halliday, Kevin Hillsburn

[NI01220] VIENOT Susanna Cath B 1795-10-16 1795-10-14 SJAL Joshua & Cath Geo & Susanna Cath Vienot,CathJoudry

[NI01246] Olive Lucille Oickle - 89, formerly of Maitland, died April 20, 2003 in Hillside Pines Home for Special Care, Bridgewater. Funeral arrangements under the direction of Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay.

[NI01250] WHEELOCK Mary D 1840-01-07 SJAL w/Wheelock, a teacher

[NI01254] Monday, January 21, 2002 The Halifax Herald Limited

OICKLE, Aubrey Wesley - 84, Maitland, Lunenburg Co., died January 19, 2002, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Pine Grove, he was a son of the late Ozem and Lena (Lohnes) Oickle. Surviving are sons, Keith, Maitland; Clifford, Pine Grove; daughters, Rosalie (Walter) Nauss, Mahone Bay; Margaret (Donald) Crouse, Baker Settlement; Joyce (Charles) Eagle, Rhodes Corner; Wilma (Fred) Frank, Maitland; Florence (Bruce) Selig, Baker Settlement; sister, Olive (Clayton) Oickle, Maitland; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Phyllis Westhaver; brothers, Dawson, Basil, Arnold and Earling. There will be no visitation in the funeral home. Graveside memorial service will be 2 p.m. today in Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse, Rev. Linda MacDonald officiating. Family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to a charity of your choice. Arrangements are under the direction of R.A. Corkum Funeral Home, Wileville.

[NI01255] Phyllis P. Oickle 1998 Halifax Herald

Phyllis P. Oickle, 80, Maitland, Lunenburg County, died July 25, 1998, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Fox Point, Lunenburg County, she was a daughter of the late Noble and Prudence (Miller) Westhaver. She was a member of Christ Church and Guild, Maitland. Surviving are her husband, Aubrey; daughters, Rosella(Mrs. Walter Nauss), Mahone Bay; Margaret (Mrs. Donald Crouse), Florence (Mrs. Bruce Selig), Baker Settlement; Joyce (Mrs. Charles Eagle), Upper LaHave; Wilma(Mrs. Fred Frank), Maitland; sons, Keith, Maitland; Clifford, Pine Grove; sister, Beulah Clinton, Chester Basin; brother, Earl, Mill Lake; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by several sisters and brothers; a grandson. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Mahone Funeral Home, 32 Parish Street, Mahone Bay. Funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday in Christ Church, Maitland, Rev. Linda Macdonald officiating. Burial in Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse. Donations to Garden of Rest Cemetery.

[NI01257] Halifax Herald 8/23/1999

OICKLE, Earling Elwood - 69, Pine Grove, died August 22, 1999, in the South Shore RegionalHospital, Bridgewater. Born in Pine Grove, he was a son of the late Ozem and Alena (Lohnes) Eichel. Surviving are his wife, the former Jeanie Mader; son, Louis, Bridgewater; daughters, Joanne Naugler, Pine Grove; Pauline Hanson, Simms Settlement; Pamela DeBruin, Pine Grove; Jennifer Barry, Maitland; eight grandchildren; brother, Urban “Aubrey” Oickle, Maitland; sister, Olive Oickle, Bridgewater. He was predeceased by brothers, Dawson, Basil, Arnold. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today, funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday, in Sweeny’s Funeral Chapel, Bridgewater, Rev. Ivan Norton officiating. Burial to follow in Pine Grove Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations to Pine Grove Cemetery Fund, Canadian Cancer Society or any charity.

[NI01288] Thursday, November 18, 2004 The Halifax Herald Limited

OICKLE, Charles Henry Clairmount - 89, Blockhouse, passed away Tuesday, November 16, 2004, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Big Lots, he was a son of the late Arthur and Minnie (Rhuland) Oickle. In his earlier years, Charles worked for Acadia Construction and then worked for many years with Smith and Rhuland Shipyards, Lunenburg. While at Smith and Rhuland's he had the privilege of working on Bluenose II. Charles was a member of St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay. He is survived by his wife, Eva; son, David and wife Anne, Labelle, Queens Co.; daughter, Carla and husband Ross Pentz, Camperdown; brother, Gordon, Rhodes Corner; sisters, Mildred, Northwest; Jean, Lower Northfield; grandchildren, Deanne Kelley and Trina Oickle, and great-grandchildren, Hannah and Mariah. He was predeceased by brothers, Cecil, Wilfred, Paul, Evan, and a sister, Edith. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, 11213 Hwy. 3, Lunenburg. Memorial service will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. in St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Ian Whistler officiating. Interment will be at a later date in Whynott's Settlement Cemetery, Whynott's Settlement. Flowers from the immediate family only, memorial donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, Lung Association of Nova Scotia, St. James Anglican Church or a charity of your choice. www.sweenyfuneralhome.ca

[NI01294] Alice Levina Oickle 1997 Halifax Herald

Alice Levina Oickle, 84, Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay, formerly of Maitland, died October 2, 1997, in the home. She was a daughter of the late Edwin and Emma Ernst. She was a member of Christ Anglican Church, Maitland, where she was also a guild member. She was a member of the seniors group at Ocean View, Western Shore. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Surviving are daughters, Eleanor Joudrey, Bridgewater; Audrey (Mrs. Ivan Rhodenizer) Oakhill; Mary (Mrs. Norman Myra), Gold River; Gloria Barkhouse, Whynotts Settlement; Mayola (Mrs. Leslie Hirtle), Clearland; 13 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her first husband, Allan Ernst; second husband, Wilfred Oickle; daughter, Isobel; sons, Lindsay, Doyle; sister, Bessie Lowe; brothers, Enoch, Selvyn. Funeral 2 p.m. today in Christ Anglican Church, Maitland, Rev. Linda Macdonald officiating. Burial in church cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations to Mahone Nursing Home Van Fund or Christ Anglican Church.

[NI01308] NOVA SCOTIA, LUNENBURG, Chesley Corner, h 1901 census

29 208 Acker Joseph M Head M Aug 17 1844 56 23
30 208 Acker Angeline F Wife M Jul 12 1847 53
31 208 Acker Levi M Son S Feb 19 1865 36
32 208 Acker Ezekial M Son S Jun 19 1881 19
33 208 Acker Wilfred M Son S Apr 15 1884 17
34 208 Acker Annie F Daughter S Aug 9 1884 16
35 208 Acker Bertha F Daughter S Apr 15 1886 14
36 208 Acker Caleb M Son S Jun 5 1887 13
37 208 Acker Gertrude F Daughter S Dec 23 1890 10
38 208 Acker Irven M Son S Jun 8 1892 8

Some of these dates do not match the ones that I have.????



"ACKER","Josiah","B","1844-10-06","1845-02-09","ZLL","Jacob & Sophia",,"David Allen & wife, Cath Eliz"

[NI01310] VIENOT James B 1799-03-12 1799-03-20 SJAL Joshua & Cath James Chris & Hannah Cath Vienot

[NI01311] VIENOT Peter B 1805-04-17 1805-04-24 SJAL Joshua & Cath Peter & Eliz Low, John U Vienot

[NI01312] VIENOT Ellene Cath B 1807-02-20 1807-02-28 SJAL Joshua & Cath Geo Chris & Cath H Low, Cath Vienot

[NI01316] Stone in Springfield Cemetery 1872-1968

[NI01318] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 01/09/99
Page: A24 / A25
WILE, Elmeda Blanche (Meda) - 104, died January 7, 1999, in Grandview Manor, Berwick. Born in Springfield, Annapolis Co., she was a daughter of the late Fletcher and Louise (Acker) Tufts. While a resident of Springfield, she was a member of the Rebekah Lodge and Springfield Baptist Church, and enjoyed knitting and quilting. She was an avid card player. Surviving are son, Berlyn, Gaspereau, Kings Co.; daughters, Florence Silver, Round Hill, Annapolis Co.; Lily Russell, Hemford, Lunenburg Co.; Hilda Neily, Springfield; Emily Wile, Aylesford, Kings Co.; Laverne (Mrs. Phillip Clayton), Shirley (Mrs. Ralph MacDonald), Mount Denson; Ermie (Mrs. Medford Coolen), Windsor; 34 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; numerous great-great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Harry; brothers, Primrose, Gorman; sisters, Hilda, Christie; grandchildren, Wayne, Jeffery, Chipman. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday in H.C. Lindsay Funeral Home, Wolfville. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Monday in Springfield Baptist Church, Pastor Brian Wheaton officiating. Burial in Springfield Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations to Grand View Manor, Berwick, or Springfield Baptist Church.

[NI01321] The Halifax Herald Limited Mon, 27 Mar 2000

SILVER, Florence Leta - 86, Round Hill, died March 24, 2000, in Soldiers Memorial Hospital Middleton. Born in Lake Pleasant, Annapolis Co., she was a daughter of the late Harry and Elmeda (Tufts) Wile. She lived and worked in Saint John, N.B. for 10 years. She was a member of the Annapolis Baptist Church and a former member of the Springfield Baptist Church. She is survived by daughters, Elmeda Pernette (Donald), West LaHave; Betty Engler (Max) Dartmouth; sons, Harvey (Mona) Springfield; Fred (Carolyn), New Germany; Gordon (Terry), Round Hill; sisters, Lily Russell, Hemford; Ermie Coolen, Windsor; Hilda Neily, Springfield; Emily Wile, Aylesford; Laverne Clayton and Shirley MacDonald, both of Mount Denson; brother, Berlyn, Gaspereaux, Kings Co.; 19 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Wesley and infant son, Chipman. Visiting 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. today in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home, Middleton. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Springfield Baptist Church, Pastor Brian Wheaton and Pastor Neil Armstrong officiating. Burial in Springfield Cemetery. Donations may be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or Springfield Baptist Church.

[NI01335] Sunday, January 9, 2005 The Halifax Herald Limited

COOLEN - In loving memory of a husband and father, Medford Coolen who passed away January 9th, 2002.
Your presence we miss,

Your memories we treasure

Loving you always, Forgetting you never.

Forever loved and missed. Wife Ermie and children Carol, Gerald, Judy and Kathy.


[NI01340] The Chronicle Herald September 22, 2006

CLAYTON, Philip Walter - 81, Mount Denson, Hants Co., died peacefully on Wednesday, September 20, 2006, with his family by his side. Born in Parker's Cove, Annapolis Co., he was one of seven sons of the late Delbert D. and Lauren Vale (Hudson) Clayton. He was a veteran of the Second World War and a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Hants County Branch 009, Windsor. He worked for many years in the auto body industry before opening his own shop in Mount Denson. After his retirement he finally was able to enjoy many of the things he loved most, golfing with his boys and brothers, playing the guitar and listening to music, and spending countless hours on the water in his hand-crafted pontoon boat. Although his later years were plagued with illness, he met each new challenge with humour, grace and an iron will. A kind, gentle man, he will be dearly missed by all who knew him. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, LaVerne (Wile); his children, Reigh (Judy), Peggy (Victor), Rick (Mercedes), Greg (Tracey); cherished grandchildren, Jeremy (Andrea), Becky (Jeremy), Alysa, Teagan, Ellis; stepgrandchildren, Edward, Justine, Adriane; step great-grandchild, Finnegan; brothers, Otis (Evalina), Maurice (Shirley); many nieces and nephews; and a wide circle of family and friends. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by brothers, Gerald, Robert, Shirley and Clyde. Arrangements for cremation have been entrusted to Lohnes Funeral Service, 419 Albert St., Windsor (902-798-8317), where a service to celebrate the life of Philip Clayton will be held 2 p.m. Sunday, September 24, in the funeral home chapel, Pastor Virginia DeAdder officiating. A reception will follow in the funeral home's Elmcroft Reception Centre, with a private family interment service to be held at a later date in Springfield United Baptist Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Philip made to Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of Canada, Maritime Region; Kidney Foundation of Canada, Nova Scotia Branch, or Mount Denson United Baptist Church, would be appreciated. Private messages of condolence may be made in the "Guest Book" at: www.familycare.ca

[NI01345] John Feindel was one of the five men who Founded the Settlement of New Germany in 1785. The other Founders were Penny, Woodworth, Carver and Varner. They went Up County, following the La Have River and an Indian Path through the Forest until they came to New Germany Lake where they established homes. John lived by the lake where Ephriam Fiendel lived in 1889.

Taken from the ENCYCLOPEDIA CANADIANA, VOLUME 7 , 1977
New Germany, Nova Scotia Community in Lunenburg County, on the La Have River. 16 miles from Bridgewater on a CNR freight line and highway #10. It was settled by people of German origin from La Have in 1785. The first log house was built by John Feindel, whose son was the first white child here. The Anglican Church, first called St. John in the Wilderness was built in 1844. Situated in a farming and lumbering area. New Germany has a box factory, a woodworking plant and several lumber mills, as well as a large high school. An Early book, Birds of Eastern North America was written by Rev. J.H. Langille of New Germany

(Taken from Notes by G.I.K. Feindel)
John, son of George Michael, son of George Jacob, was born in 1775 and dies in 1853, age 77. He lived near Bridgewater, where he married Anna Barbara Hebb on Easter April 18, 1797 (ref Canon Harris N.S.P.A). She was the daughter of Adam Hebb the first settler at Hebbs Mills. (DesBrisay page 223) born 1778 and died 1869 age 90 years.
It is interesting to note that DesBrisay's History states that the first house in Bridgewater was built a few years prior to 1812. In view of this I think it is fairly safe to state that John Feindel and his wife Anna Barbara, were among the very early pioneers of Bridgewater.
In 1802 John received an order of survey from Governor Wentworth of N. S. for 400 acres in the wilderness of New Germany (Canon Harris notes N.S.P.A>) and in 1803 he and his family moved to that place, where he became its first white settler, as the first log house was built by him in the same year (DesBrisay's History page 156).
A license of occupation was also given to him in 1811 by gov. Sir John Provost, on condition of immediately erecting a saw mill at Morgan's Falls, for many years the site of the La Have pulp mill in New Germany. This condition was fulfilled at once (ref. Canon Harris notes N.S.P.A).

[NI01349]

District:NS LUNENBURG (#37)
Subdistrict:Barss Corner b Page 1

7 Feindel Ahiah? M Head M Oct 21 1831 69
7 Feindel Eleanor F Wife M Dec 10 1841 59
7 Feindel Rufus M Son S Jul 17 1883 17

[NI01350] Union Square Cemetery

FANCY
William 1825-1911
Bethia Feindel 1829-1921
Hannah 1860-1902
Hazel I. 1896-1927
Lillis May 1898-1980

Mrs. Bethis Fancy 1921 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death of Bethia, relict of the late William Fancy, took place at Barss Corner on Christmas Day, at the age of 92 years. Mrs. Fancy had been enjoying good health practically to the time of her death. She passed away quietly and with scarcely warning of the approaching end.Mr. and Mrs. Fancy were pioneers of the country in which they cut down the primeval forest to make themselves a home. Industry and strict application to the stern duties confronting them were rewarded by comfort and prosperity in their later years. Mrs. Fancy was much respected in the community and will be missed by her large circle of friends. She leaves four sons and two daughters to mourn their loss. The funeral took place on December 27th, the Rev. Knickle officiating.

RR

[NI01354] "FEINDEL","Dawson","B","1846","Jacob & Mary",,"1846",,"MBA"

Feindel Foston M Head M Jun 15 1846 54
Feindel Sarah F Wife M Jan 19 1848 53
Feindel Adah F Daughter S Sep 28 1870 30
Feindel Phoebe F Daughter S May 24 1877 23
Feindel Theressa F Daughter S Aug 27 1879 21
Feindel Flora F Daughter S Mar 10 1887 14
Feindel Robert M Son S Mar 14 1899 2


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Barss Corner, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:b
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

[NI01358] died 09 Jan 1891, 90 yrs. 10 mons.

[NI01359] "FEINDEL","John","B","1798-09-30","1798-10-20","ZLL","John & Anna Barbara",,"Adam & Anna Maria Hebb"

[NI01360] From Willa Kaizer's Notes

b. 5 January 1806 was living New Germany on 18 August 1895 and who would be 90 years old on 5 January 1896, New Germany.
John George was the first white child born in New Germany, his father built a saw mill where James Fiendel later lived. He was married twice, had 13 children, 10 of whom were living in 1895.
He told Mr. Des Brisay that he had killed twenty moose the first one when he was fifteen years old...One day a gang of seven or eight men went after a moose. I saw him near where Lewis Arenburg lives, and was setting the dogs at him, when he made for me. I got on a tree that was partly broken off. My brother Michael came along with an axe, and the moose was disabled. Arenburg, Michael, and I sat on him, and when the men who started him arrived, I asked them where he was, as they did not see him till we got up. Ó See page 378, Ò History of the County of Lunenburg Ó by M. B. DesBrisay.
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A Family History written by John George Feindel - " I was the first white male child born in New Germany and will be 90 years old if I live to Jan. 5th, 1896. When I was a boy there were no radios in this part of the country. I saw John Pernette survey the first line. We had to meet many difficulties. Our house was a very poor one. Covered with hemlock bark. My father built a small saw mill where James Feindel lives. We took grain to Kaulback's mill at Northwest near Lunenburg and went in by Steverman's Corner and on to the mill, where Kaulback sent us rations to eat. We took a day to go, arriving about sunset and one to return. The grain was ground at night. I once took four bushels of rye on the horse's back to Riverdale. One of the bags fell off. I brought the horse alongside a tall stump, rolled the bag up it, and onto his back. There were no roads for a wagon and not a carriage in this part of the country. Our comforts were few. I made many a meal on milk and potatoes. We had wood's tea and some of the garden herbs. My mother once bought a pound of shop tea for a dollar and put it in her trunk and got it out only when friends came along. I wore shirts and trousers made of tow. Weaving was generally done plain with one thread. Now it is twilled with two. I had shoes made of rawhide. We used to walk to Bridgewater by a rough path full of stumps and stones. We went to Lunenburg for church, reaching Bridgewater Saturday evening. My father and mother brought things out to the foot of Wentzell's Lake. My mother walked along the shore with the tow rope and my father stood in the boat and with an oar kept it from shore. By drawing and rowing they came to Morgan's Falls. We used to take people up the New Germany Lake and land them on the other side before there was a road. When I was a boy I took half a bushel of potatoes on my back and planted them in the burnt land and when dug I had 13 bushels. In early days wheat grew well,. I sowed a bushel and a half and raised 33 bushel. The next spring I planted three bushels and raised 83. You can't get such crops now. The woods were full of wild animals. I have killed 20 moose. The first one when I was 15 years old. I have seen 24 caribou in one flock. I have been married twice and am the father of 13 children. I have enjoyed god health throughout life but my hearing is not now what it used to be.

[NI01362] birth date in Springfield Cemetery is July 06, 1845

"WOODWORTH","David &Lucy","Angelina","1847-07-12","1847-11-13","MBA",,,"B"

Angelina Acker, died 1936 in Lake Pleasant, Annapolis County (at home)

Item can be found in Registration Year: 1936 - Book: 138 - Page: 779 - Number:779

[NI01364] Springfield Cemetery
200 A Bernice G ( Robar) Burgoyne 1904-1963

[NI01365] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 03/17/98
Category: News
Page: B19

BURGOYNE, Ralph Noble - 94, Springfield, Annapolis Co., died March 15, 1998, in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton, Born in Berwick, he was a son of the late Harding and Mary (Demone) Burgoyne. He was a woodsman. Surviving by daughters, Laura Joudrey, Elaine Russell, Springfield; Ruth Joudrey, Bridgetown; Shirley Robar, New Germany; brothers, Stanley, Aylesford; Donald, Cherryfield; Douglas, Danesville, Queens Co.; Irvin, Nelson, Springfield; Russell, Simpsons Corner; sister, Nellie Russell, Cherryfield; 340 grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren and great-great-great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Bernice Robar; sons, Maynard, Evelyn, Guilford; sister, May; brothers, Allison, Percy, Frank, Fred. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 today in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home, Middleton. Funeral 2 p.m. Wednesday in Springfield United Baptist Church, Pastor Brian Wheaton officiating. Burial in Springfield Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations to Springfield Cemetery.

[NI01367] Amos L Robar - Nictaux - Amos Leroy Robar, 67, of Nictaux, died Monday in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Lake Pleasant, Annapolis County, he was a son of the late Edward and Annie (Acker) Robar. He was a member of the Nictaux Volunteer Fire Department. Surviving are his wife, the former Evangeline Taylor; a daughter Edna (Mrs Arthur Sinclair), Edmonton, Alta; a son Arthur, Nictaux; two sisters Mrs Renie Robinson; and Mrs Myrtle Dahr, both of Middleton; five grandchildren. He was predeceased by a brother Ellis and a sister Bernice, The body is at Warren T Roop Funeral Home, Middleton. Funeral will be Thursday at 2 pm in Nictaux Baptist Church, Rev Ronald Baxter officiating. Burial will be in Nictaux cemetery. Donations may be made to Nova Scotia Heart Foundation. (CH of Wed, Sep 6 1978, pg 35)

[NI01368] Not mentioned in sisters obit

[NI01370] The Chronicle Herald Wednesday January 10, 2007

ROBAR, Nellie Mae - 94, Nictaux, passed away January 9, 2007, in Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Nictaux, she was the daughter of the late Harry and Florence (Bailey) Taylor. Nellie loved to quilt, sew and enjoyed playing bingo and doing puzzle books. She is survived by daughters, Isabelle (Frank) Durling, Wilmot; Debbie (Lennie) Pelton, Greenwood; Brenda (Jack) Robar, St. Thomas, Ont.; Florence (Kenneth) Carter, Dark Cove, N.L.; Dianna (Reginald) Taylor, Port George; sons, Paul Robar, Richard (Grace) Robar, both of Nictaux; many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great great-grandchildren; and half-sister, Thelma Dumphy, Tatamagouche. She was predeceased by daughter, Hilda; infant son, Wayne; half-sisters, half-brothers and several grandchildren. Visitation will be held 7-9 p.m. Friday, January 12, in Middleton Funeral Home, 398 Main St., (902) 825-3448, where the funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, January 13, Rev. Bill McLeod officiating. Interment will be in Nictaux Cemetery. Donations in memory may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia. On-line condolences may be sent to: middletonfh@ns.sympatico.ca

[NI01376] Manard died at 9 months

[NI01379] Bridgewater Bulletin

Gilford Noble Burgoyne, 56, of Springfield, Annapolis County, passed away Tuesday, March 5, 1991, at the Victoria General Hospital, Halifax. Born in Sprinfield he was the son of Ralph Burgoyne, Sprinfield, and the late Bernice (Robar) Burgoyne. He was a 33 year active member of the Sprinfield Fire Department. An active member of the Annapolis County Ground Search and Rescue. He was loved very much by his father and friends. He is survived by his former wife, Evelene Robar, New Germany; two daughters, Katherine Robar, Bridgewater; Joyce, Seffernsville; and one grandson Steven, Bridgewater; six brothers, Irving, Nelson, both of Sprinfield; Russell, Simpson's Corner; Donald, Cherryfield; Doug, Danesville; Stanley, Aylesford; four sisters, Mrs. Mabel Joudrey; Elaine (Mrs. Lester Russell), both of Springfield; Ruth (Mrs. Hudson Joudrey), Bridgetown; Shirley (Mrs. Arnold Robar), New Germany; several nieces and nephews. Hew was predeceased by two sons Randall and Carson, and one daughter Phyliss. The body rested at Warren T. Roop's Funeral Home, Middleton. Funeral service was held on Saturday, March 9, 1991, at Springfield United Baptist Church, Pastor Gerald Zinck officiating. Music was provided by the choir, with Dorothy Mason as organist. Hymns sung were ""Nearer my God to Thee"", ""How Great Thou Art"", by the choir. ""In The Garden"" was sung by Harry and Pauline Delong. Pallbearers were Sprinfield Fire Department members - Laurie Wile (Fire Chief), Ainsley Acker, Fred Baxter, Howard Lowe, Wendall Slauenwhite, Ronald Veinot and Brian Wentzell. Interment was in Springfield Cemetery."



[NI01385] JOUDREY, Hudson Curtis - 73, Upper Granville, Annapolis Co., died May 9, 1996, at home. Born in Stanburne, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late William and Opal (Carver) Joudrey. He worked for the CNR for 37 years as a section man and retired to become a hobby farmer. Surviving are his wife, the former Ruth Pauline Burgoyne; sons, Lloyd H., Upper Granville; Paul D., Morse Road; daughters, Viola (Mrs. Basil Daniels), Upper Granville; LaVerne (Mrs. David Anderson), Annapolis Royal; Evangeline (Vangie) (Mrs. Clinton Cress), Round Hill; Juanita (Mrs. Arthur Gillis), Moschelle; 19 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; brothers, Tracy, Lower Sackville; Garnet, East Dalhousie; sisters, Ruby (Mrs. Morris Varner), Joyce (Mrs. Samuel Oickle), Alice (Mrs. Charles Durling Stella (Mrs. Otis DeLong), Barss Corner; Alma (Mrs.Phillip Doherty), Springfield; Doris (Mrs. Vernon Neily), Middleton; Gladys (Mrs. Roderick Wentzell), New Germany; Beulah (Mrs. Leigh Daphnee), Upper Northfield. He was predeceased by three grandchildren; brother, Oakley; sisters, June, Hilda. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, funeral 2 p.m. Saturday, both in Robert L. Hall Funeral Home, Bridgetown, Rev. Joy Noble officiating. Burial in Riverside Cemetery, Bridgetown. Family flowers only. Donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or IWK-Grace Health Centre Foundation.

[NI01406] JOUDREY, Arnold Eugene - 54, New Germany, Lunenburg Co., formerly of Falkland Ridge, died October 17, 1996, at home. Born in Springfield, Annapolis Co., he was a son of the late Ray Harold and Laura Mabel (Burgoyne) Joudrey. He was a heavy equipment operator most of his life. He was working with Scotia Best Christmas Tree, Elmwood, until the time of his death. Surviving are his wife, the former Iris Lohnes, New Germany; son, Darius, at home; children from a previous marriage, sons, Noble, Springfield; Vernon, Hatchet Lake; Harlan, Hubbards; daughter, Denise, Springfield; sisters, Gaile (Mrs. Robert Bustin), Bridgewater; Joan Hamm, Cherryfield; Darlene (Mrs. Brenton Sproule), Hastings; Patty Joudrey, Meiseners Section; Brenda Slaunwhite, Bridgewater; brother, Royce, Hemford; grandfather, Ralph Burgoyne, Springfield; five grandchildren. He was predeceased by his brother, Charles; sister, Ethel. Funeral was held 2 p.m. Sunday at Epworth United Church, New Germany, Rev. Wayne Mitton officiated. Burial in parish cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the family. Arrangements entrusted to Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany.

[NI01424] I have Anna Maria fancy dying in 1792 with the birth of a child named
Anna Barbara, but i cannot find a second marriage for Michael

Taken from Chris F. data:

[NI01430] Born in 1710..........came from Deuxponts, Germany on the ship "Gale", came to Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1752-53 at the age 42 years. He had been married to Elizabeth EMENO.
George Jacob was a farmer from Deuxponts, Germany and was among those recruited in 1752 by King George II of England to populate the newly won territory of Nova Scotia. They sailed from Rotterdam, Germany on 5 Jun 1752 aboard the sailing vessel, "Gale". They arrived at Halifax, NS on 6 Sep after a voyage of 93 days. As mentioned earlier these colonists were promised free grants of land; free food for 5 years; provisions for a doctor, minister, schoolmaster & professional soldiers to protect the settlement. George's grant was a 40' x 60' lot of land in the Lunenburg settlement, plus outlaying farmland. The settlers at Lunenburg were victualled out of Halifax for some few years until they became established.

George Jacob FEINDELL Family 1: Mary Elizabeth (FEINDEL)
BIRTH: ABT. 1701 [GF] (Mary Julianna Elizabeth Frank)
DEATH: 1755 [GF] 1.Maria Barbara FEINDE
2.Apollonia FEINDELL
3.George Conrad FEINDELL
4.George Michael FEINDELL
Mary Elizabeth (FEINDEL)
BIRTH: 1728, Zweibrucken, Germany [Age at death = 63 yrs, Gail Facin
DEATH: 20 Mar 1791, First Peninsula, Lunenburg Co., NS, Can [Gail Facini PANS]

Family 1: George Jacob FEINDELL
1.Maria Barbara FEINDELL 2.Apollonia FEINDELL
3.George Conrad FEINDELL 4.George Michael FEINDELL


Family 2: George Frederick EMONEAU

MARRIAGE: 3 Feb 1756, St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada [SJAL]

1.Jean George EMONEAU 2.Susanne Catherine EMONEAU
3.George Frederick EMONEAU 4.Maria Elizabeth EMONEAU

Notes
ALIAS(ES): Mary Julianna Elizabeth FEINDEL

George Frederick EMONEAU
BIRTH: 1731, Montbeliard, Alsace, France [Age at death=60 yrs]
DEATH: 20 Mar 1791, First Peninsula, Lunenburg Co., NS, Can [Gail Facini,PANS]

OCCUPATION: Farmer RELIGION: Lutheran


The following Family and marriages:
George Michael; and from records was between 4-years and 14-years of age.
Apolonia..an infant daughter, maybe born in 1752.
Maria Barbara... Born............., married one, Theodorus N A U in 1767.
George Conrad born in 1755, christened on July 17th.
[George Jacob died Aug.17th., 1756 and George Michael married Ann Mary LORD of Massachusetts,U.S.A., at La Have, N.S. Elizabeth Feindel, then possibly married{2} George Fredrick EMENO.




[NI01435] LUNENBURG TOWNSHIP FIRST FAMILIES
1750-1784
Chris Young's webpage
Came from Germany; Palatinate on ship Pearl 1752; Halifax Victualling List 1753; Land Transactions 1759-75; Lutheran Church Start 1770-87; Township Land Grant 1784

LAND SALES
NAU Theodore from BAUER Andrew 337 1770 LaHave (30)

LUNENBURG,
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH and SCHOOL:
MEMBERS and CONTRIBUTORS 1770-1787
NAU,
Theodorus Member 1775 ; on Member Ledger 1772-85 ; 1770 building Church volunteer days = 2 ; 1770 framing Church volunteer days = 1 ; 1773 building Church Manse volunteer days = 1 ; more 1773 building Church Manse volunteer days = 6 ; 1775 Church volunteer days = 1 ; 1787 Donation to start School £ 0.2.6

"NAU","Theodore","D","1824-03-15",,"ZLL",,,"74y"

[NI01446] Colonel Edward Cornwallis and 3000 other colonists arrived in Chebucto(Halifax) N.S. in June of 1749. Of this group 1185 persons (657 families),dismayed by this wilderness, refused to stay and moved on to New England.
Tradition (unverified) has it that 3 brothers by the name of Fancy came to Halifax,N.S. circa 1749. George's means of emigration has not yet been established.
Early records indicate that George Fancy was assigned to the 1st Battalion of the 40th Foot(Cornwallis' Regiment) in 1752. He also was on a victualing list of the 5th Company , Royal Regiment of Artillery on 30 August, 1752. George married Elizabeth Hirtle on April 29,1754 in Lunenburg,N.S. The Lunenburg Victualing list of February-May , 1756 implies that he was stationed there and states that his daughter,Elizabeth , received half rations. He voted in the first Parliamentary Election on July 31,1758. Elizabeth Hirtle and probably 2 of their children died prior to 1760(question ?).
He moved to Liverpool , N.S. where he was classed with the 142 settlers as a Proprietor on May 21,1760 and acquired 247 acres consisting of a House Lot,Wood Lot and a Fish Lot. This was duly recorded in Halifax on November 20,1764.
He married Maria Barbara (surname unknown) in the early 1760's. She was most likely from New England. They moved to Dublin area of Lunenburg County and raised 2 children, John Michael the Millwright and George the Surveyor. Nothing is known about their 3rd child , James , other than his baptism date.

[NI01488] Frederick JODRY
1813. Will of Frederick Jodry, Dated 14 July 1800, Probated 6 Jan. 1813._ First: I Give to my loving wife, Catherine Jodry, during her natural life only, for her support and maintenance, all my Real and Personal Estate, situated in the township of Lunenburg, aforesaid, which I shall die possessed of, and after her decease it shall go as follows. 1. I, give devise and bequeath to my son, Frederick Jodry Jr., his heirs and assigns for ever, one and a half Thirty Acre Lots of land lying at North West Range Letter B, the whole of Lot # 40 and the half of # 39, joining together, on the Condition, that he shall pay out, after his mother's decease, unto his sisters Jane Ham, Catherine Vienot, Margaret, and Mary, a child of my daughter Elizabeth Jodry or their lawful heirs the sum of ££10 currency each. I give to my daughter, Elizabeth Jodry, after her mother's decease, during her natural life only, for her support and maintenance, a 30-Acre Lot at N. West Range Letter A # 37, reserving the pasture on said lot to my son George Jodry's use, and after her decease it shall go to my son George Jodry, his heirs and assigns for ever, on Condition that he pay out of the same to his brothers, each ££ 30 currency, and unto each of his sisters ££ 15 currency, unto Mary, daughter of my above said daughter Elizabeth ££15 Currency, or either of their lawful heirs. I, give, devise and bequeath unto my son George Jodry, his heirs and assigns for ever 30-Acre Lot at North West Range Letter A # 38, on the express Condition, that he pay out of the same, after his mother's decease, unto each of his brothers, James, Christopher and Peter Jodry, their heirs and assigns, the sum of ££ 40 currency each, and to his sisters, Jane Ham, Catherine Vienot and Margaret Vienot, each ££ 5 Currency, also to Mary, the child of my daughter Elizabeth aforesaid, ££ 5 and a Cow, and also to let his brother Frederick Jodry, Mow and make 6 Tons of Hay on the Marsh on said lot, with free liberty to haul it off said lot with a cart or wagon, for the term of 6 years only, in case he cannot make hay enough for his stock on the land hereby given him. I Give, Devise and Bequeath unto my 3 sons, James, Christopher and Peter Jodry, their heirs, assigns for ever in common, 1/2 of my Fathers 300 Acre Lot. After the Decease of my Loving Wife aforesaid, all the residue and remaining Personal Estate she leaves; I Order, shall be Sold at Public Auction, within a month after her decease, and the proceeds shall be Equally Divided amongst All My Children, and Mary, the daughter of my daughter Elizabeth Jodry aforesaid. Lastly, I Nominate and Appoint my son James Jodry, Executor of this My Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all Former Wills by me made, and confirm this only as My Last Will and Testament. In Witness whereof I have herewith set my Hand and Seal, this 14th day of July in the Year of Our Lord 1800.
Frederick Jodry made his mark.
Witness by Thomas Penalls, Philip Rudolph and Frank
Rudolph, Probate Granted by John Pernette Esq.,
Judge of his Majesty's Court for the Probate of Wills,
Granted Letter of Administration and had the witnesses
swear that they saw Frederick Jodry sign the Will.

[NI01489]

[NI01513] "VIENOT","James","B","1825-10-06","1825-10-23","SJAL","James Fred & Eliza",,

[NI01519] This is taken from Book" Newburne Then and Now" by Pauline Veinotte
Levi Veinot took up a 100-acre grant between Indian and Church Lakes in 1858. The family is listed in Newburne in Census lists, 1871 and 1881.






[NI01524] LOWE","Sophia","B","1819-05-05",,"ZLL","Peter & Eliz Eichel",,

[NI01525] Mrs. Albertina Jodrey 1938 Bridgewater Bulletin

On June 11th, Mrs. Albertina Jodrey, widow of the late Asaph Jodrey, passed away at her home in Sweetland. She was a daughter of the late John and Eleanor Veinotte, of Maitland, Lunenburg County, who had reached the age of eighty-five years. Her husband passed away one year ago, and since then was tenderly cared for by her son, Obed and family. Although in failing health for a number of years,she was confined to her bed only one month before her passing. She is survived by four sons, Obed, at home; Theophilus, Sweetland; Prescott, Chester Basin; and Austen in Bethel, Maine; one daughter, Harriett (Mrs. Thompson), Saint John, New Brunswick; and one sister, Mrs. Ellen Eichel; and a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren. A member of Christ Church (Anglican), she attended the services of her church and supported it when her health permitted. The funeral took place on the 14th, when a large circle of relatives and friends attended. After a service at the house the remains were taken to Christ Church, where the full service of the Church of England was taken by the Rev. H.M. Elliott. The hymns sung were "Now the Labourer's Task is O'er," "Forever With the Lord," and "Peace, Perfect Peace." The body was then laid to rest in the cemetery near the church beside her husband.

RR

[NI01526] "JOUDRY","Nicholas & Sophia","Asaph","1845-03-14","1845-11-21","MBA",,,"B"

[NI01531] Sophia Elizabeth BARRY, daughter of Jean George and Susannah Catherine (Vienot)
DORE'/PERRIN/BARRY, born 1817. Married Edward LOWE (LEAU). They had eleven
(11) children.

Info: "THE BARRY ANCESTRY" by Moyle Emmerson BARRY - August 1968

[NI01534] Tuesday, February 23, 1932 The Bridgewater Bulletin

Hibbert B. Veinot
The death of Hibbert B. Veinot occurred at his residence at Maitland on
Feb. 5th, in his 72nd year. Deceased suffered a paralytic stroke four
weeks before and was practically helpless since then. He is survived by
his wife and one daughter, Miss Lilla, also three daughters by a former
marriage; Devilla, wife of Joseph Barry, of Grande Pointe, Man; Effie,
wife of Wm. Ernest, Blockhouse; Ellen, wife of Edward Compton, Toronto,
Ont. The latter arrived home shortly before her father passed away. He
was the only surviving son of the late John and Eleanor Veinot. Mrs
Asaph Jodrey and Mrs Ellen Eichel, both of Maitland,
are sisters of the deceased. There are also nineteen grandchildren and
one great grandchild. A consistant member of the Church of England. The
funeral took place on the 9th inst. , Rev E.L. Tuck performing the
service at which a large number of relatives and friends attended. The
floral offerings were very beautiful. The family have the sympathy of
the community in their sad bereavement.

RR

[NI01544] THOMAS VEINOT

He was born in 1827 and in 1854 married Sarah Elizabeth ZWICKER.

He had black hair, blue eyes, fair skin, very good teeth and was 5'8" tall.
He died at the age of 60 from pneumonia after a heavy cold .

[NI01549] "VIENOT","James Alfred","B","1835-10-06","1835-11-27","SJAL","James Fred & Mary Barbara",,

[NI01551] SARAH ELIZABETH ZWICKER:
She had brown hair, brown eyes, fair skin but not very good teeth. She died of pneumonia at age 66. There were no unusual defects in her family.

[NI01553] "JOUDRY","Nicholas & Sophia Lowe","Lucy Ann","1838-10-04","1838-12-20","ZLL",,,"B"

[NI01559] Veinot Richard M Head M Mar 13 1861 40
Veinot Ruemma F Wife M Oct 13 1868 32
Veinot Guy M Son S Jan 16 1886 15
Veinot Stanford M Son S Dec 20 1888 12
Veinot May F Daughter S Sep 14 1890 10
Veinot Maynard M Son S Jul 4 1892 8
Veinot Harland M Son S Jun 19 1894 6

Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:New Albany, ANNAPOLIS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:26
Subdistrict Number:v
Archives Microfilm:T-6447


1911 / Nova Scotia / Annapolis / 30 Lawrencetown poll district / page 10 line 27 # 112

Veinot Richard M Head M Mar 1861 50
Veinot Luenna F Wife M Oct 1867 43
Veinot Maynard M Son S Jul 1891 20
Veinot Stanley M ? S Nov 1889 21
Veinot Harlen M Son S Jun 1894 17
Veinot Eva F Daughter S Jun 1892 19
Veinot Lillian F Daughter S Feb 1906 5

[NI01563] "JOUDRY","Nicholas & Sophia","William","1840-08-02","1840-08-28","SJAL",,,"B"

[NI01564] "JOUDRY","Nicholas & Sophia","Mary Ann","1841-10-30","1843-01-21","SJAL",,,"B"

[NI01565]
"JOUDRY","Nicholas & Sophia","Nichodemas","1847-01-14","1847-10-25","MBA",,,"B"

[NI01566] "JOUDRY","Nicholas & Sophia","Sarah Jane","1848-12-20","1849-03-23","MBA",,,"B"

[NI01573] Alma Pricetta Joudrey d/o Valentine Joudrey &Louise Barry was raised by Nathan and Christianna (Meisner) Veinot, s/o Nicholas & Maria Eliz Vienot

[NI01577] "JOUDRY","Nicholas & Sophia","Abel","1853-12-23","1854-01-15","MBA","Maitland",,"B"

[NI01578] "JOUDRY","Nicholas & Sophia","Jacob Elias","1856-05-16","1856-10-05","MBA","Big Lots",,"B"

[NI01579] "JOUDRY","Nicholas & Sophia","Zipporah Olivia","1858-07-11","1858-12-05","MBA","Maitland",,"B"

[NI01580] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 08/22/98
Category: News
Page: C12

LIGHTFOOT, Pauline Lida - 82, Kentville, Kings Co., formerly of Canning, passed away quietly in Evergreen Home for Special Care, Kentville, August 20, 1998. Born in New Ross, she was a daughter of the late Harold and Mary (Russell) Rafuse. She was a member of New Ross Baptist Church, Canning Baptist Church and attended Bethany Memorial Baptist Church in Aldershot. She resided in the Valley area most of her life. She had an avid interest in community and church affairs. Surviving are daughter, Mary Ann and husband Don Rogers, Amherst; sons, Murray and wife Marion, Kentville; Cameron and wife Marlene, New Minas; Darrell and wife Doris, Canning; sisters, Lona (Mrs. Paul Redden), Somerset; Edna (Mrs. Gordon Graham), Berwick; grandchildren, Glenn and wife Melanie Rogers, Jeff and wife Rhonda Rogers, Scott, Melissa-Beth, Charmaine, Gregory, Doug and Rachel Lightfoot; great-grandchild, Alex Rogers. She was predeceased by her husband, Wallace; granddaughter, Christine Lightfoot; sister, Hazel Murphy; brothers, Delmar and Raymond Rafuse. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Kentville. Funeral service 2 p.m. Sunday, August 23, in Bethany Memorial Baptist Church, Aldershot, Pastor Brian Hamilton and Rev. Dr. Freeman Fenerty officiating. Burial in Habitant Cemetery. Family flowers only. Memorial donations to Evergreen Home for Special Care Residents Fund or Bethany Memorial Baptist Church, Aldershot.

[NI01581] "JOUDRY","Nicholas & Sophia","Lavinia Eliz","1863-04-19","1863-07-19","MBA","Maitland",,"B"

[NI01592] Mrs. William Eisenhauer 1956

A respected resident of this district, Mrs.William Eisenhauer, passed away
at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Asaph Lohnes of Upper Northfield, on
Thursday, July 19th. She was 91 years of age and was before marriage Mary
Elizabeth Wheelock, daughter of the late Morton Wheelock and Mary O'Bri
Wheelock and spent practically all her life in Watford, going to reside in
Upper Northfield in recent years.

She is survived by six sons, Morton of Cape Cod; Vernon of Worcester,
Mass.; George of Hartford, Conn.; Roy of Brickton, Annapolis County;
Blake of Worcester, Mass.; and Fletcher of Hartford, Conn. A daughter,
Mamie (Mrs. Percy Veinot) passed away several years ago.

Funeral services were held Sunday at the Barss Corner United Church of
Canada, of which Mrs. Eisenhauer ws a member. Conducting the services was
Student Pastor James Fraser. Burial was in the family lot in Indian Brook
Cemetery.


Rosemary Rafuse

[NI01596] John & Lydia separated and she went to U.S. A Mrs Hubley known here as "Mother Hubley" was housekeeper for John Powers after Lydia left. She died in Newburne and is bur. in the Old Cemetery. (Notes taken from the Book ... "Newburne Then and Now " by Pauline Veinotte

[NI01598] CHRISTIAN MESSENGER
THE BAPTIST NEWSPAPER
HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA
February 20, 1884
Deaths:
Dalhousie, Kings, 6th inst., Benjamin Venot, aged 37.

[NI01601] Mrs Cathryn Awalt- NEW ROSS, Nov. 2- At the home of her nephew, James
Veinotte, Dalhousie, the death occurred on Tuesday, October 25, of Mrs Cathyrn
Awalt, formerly of Mahone Bay, at the age of 83 years. The funeral took place on
Thursday afternoon from Mr Veinotte's residence to St Cyprian Church, the
services being conducted by Rev P. G. Corbin, B.A. of New Ross.
Interment took place in the church cemetery at Dalhousie. (BB of Tues, Nov 15
1932)

[NI01602] Tuesday, April 4, 1933 The Bridgewater Bulletin
Kanas Zwicker
On Wednesday morning, March 22nd, 1933, there passed away at his home in
Scarsdale, Kanas Zwicker, one of the oldest residents of that place,
aged nearly 76 years. Although his last illness was of only a few days
duration, Mr Zwicker, during his long life-time, suffered much sickness
and many accidents, all of which he endured with great patience. He was
a man of a quiet and peaceable disposition; one who had many friends,
and no enemies. He was a kind husband and father and a good neighbor,
honest, upright and much respected.
He leaves a sorrowing wife, who is at present in poor health; four
daughters and three sons, all of whom were present at the funeral. The
daughters are Louisa, (Mrs William Caldwell), of Union Square; Drusilla,
(Mrs Herbert Elliott), of Worcester, Mass.; Elva, (Mrs Owen Veinotte),
of New Germany, and Enola, (Mrs William Mossman), of Scarsdale. The sons
are, William, of Lake View, King's County; Steadman, of Parkdale, and
Charles, at home. There also survive eighteen grand-children; one
brother, George Zwicker, of Walden, and one sister, Mrs Enos Oxner, of
Mahone Bay.
The funeral on Saturday, the 25th, was largely attended. The service
which was held at the home, was conducted by Rev. W. R. MacWalker, with
interment at Parkdale cemetery.
The floral offerings were:
Sprays: Wife; the Girls; the Boys; Steadman and Lucy Ann; Mr and Mrs
Nathan Beck; Mr and Mrs Zach. Kaulback; Mrs Parker Hawksworth; Mr and
Mrs Bert Spidle.
Bouquet: Mr and Mrs Hiram Wentzell.
-
Card of Thanks
-
Mrs Zwicker and family wish to thank all those who assisted them in any
way during their bereavement, also those who sent flowers and other
expressions of sympathy.

[NI01603] Name also found as Susannah Albertina Daniels and Dina Daniels

The Zwicker book has her name as Susanna Albertina Daniels

[NI01605] Ainsley Arenburg 1943

The death of Ainsley Arenburg, an aged and highly respected citizen,
occurred on Wednesday, January 20, 1943, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Willis Veinotte, by whom he was tenderly cared for during a long and painful illness of over two years' duration.
The deceased was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Arenburg and was born at Stanburne 83 years ago. He was the last member of a very large family. His wife, the former Letitia Woodworth, passed away 23 years ago. Besides his daugher, Gertrude, Mrs. Veinotte, there is a son, Harry, living in the United States and a grandson, Bruce Veinot, New Germany.
The funeral was held on Saturday afternoon conducted by Rev. F.M. French. The service was at St. John's Anglican Church. The pall-bearers were Daniel Parnell, Laurie Hamm, Donald DeLong, and Stanley Veinot, with interment in the family lot. Sympathy is extended to the family in their bereavement.

ARENBURG, Ainsley b. 1860 d. 1943
ARENBURG, Letitia W., d. March 17, 1920, age 50 yrs

Rosemary Rafuse

[NI01607] Fri, October 5th, 2007 The Chronicle Herald

VEINOT, Bruce Ainslie - 80, New Germany, passed away on Thursday, October 4, 2007, after a lengthy illness. Born in New Germany on May 6, 1927, he was the only son of Willis and Gertrude (Arenburg) Veinot. In his early years Bruce excelled in school with high academics but like many young men of the time, he went to work at the Morgan Falls Pulp Mill New Germany. In 1962 he met business man Eldon H. Wynn and accepted a position at Fielding and Wynn Limited where his well-known face and kind disposition graced the community of New Germany until his retirement in 1989. Bruce was an active outdoorsman and loved the beautiful scenery of Lunenburg County and could often been seen driving his tractor to his Billy Place farm in Simpson's Corner. He was a member of Saint John's In the Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany, where he served as past Church and Parish Treasurer. A devoted fireman, Bruce served in the New Germany Fire Department for over 20 years retiring as Captain of Pumper 4. He was a current member of I.O.O.F New Germany Pine Grove Branch, No. 111 where he was known for his love of playing cards and socializing with friends. He is survived by his loving wife of 44 years, Helen; only son, Glen and his wife Anne-Marie Richard; precious granddaughter, Nikita. Visitation will be today, 7-9 p.m. in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Route 10, New Germany. Funeral service will be in Saint John's in the Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany at 3 p.m. on Saturday October 6, Rev. Catherine Robar officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Saint John's in the Wilderness Anglican Church Cemetery Fund, New Germany, NS B0R 1E0. On-line condolences to: gveinot@ns.sympatico.ca

[NI01608] 07/27/2009

VEINOT, Helen Louise — 84, New Germany, passed away on Sunday July 25, 2009, after a short illness. Born in Lockport, August 15, 1924, she was the daughter of the late Winsloe and Evelyn Townsend and the foster daughter of the late Ella and Kenneth Kean. In her early years Helen worked at the Kane Family General Store and Post Office her foster parents owned and operated in Jordan Bay. Later she travelled to Massachusetts and Ontario and eventually settled in Halifax working at the Halifax School for the Blind. She was then introduced to a gentleman from New Germany and after a distant courtship, she moved to New Germany in 1962 and later married. She was predeceased by her husband of 44 years, Bruce Ainslie Veinot. She is survived by her only son, Glen and his wife, Anne-Marie Richard; precious granddaughter, Nikita, Hammonds Plains. Also surviving are her sisters, Flora Townsend (Harlow) and Lilly Townsend, both of Shelburne. She was a past member of Saint John's In the Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany. She will be remembered for her ability to reflect and remember the good old days past and her love of animals. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m., Tuesday, July 28 in Sweeny's Funeral Home, 4859 Highway 10 New Germany. A private graveside service with family only will be held in Saint John's In the Wilderness Anglican Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Saint John's In the Wilderness Anglican Church Cemetery Fund, New Germany NS, B0R 1E0. Online condolences to: veinot@ns.sympatico.ca

[NI01630] VEINOT, Ralph Dixon — 89, of Lu­nenburg and formerly of New Germa­ny, passed away on Thursday, May 6, 2010, in Harbour View Haven Home for Special Care, Lunenburg. Born in New Germany, he was a son of the late Owen and Elva Veinot. Ralph worked for many years at Zwicker’s Box Fac­tory in New Germany and in 2006 came to reside in Harbour View Haven where he will be missed by friends and staff at the home. He is survived by his brother, Gilbert (Lila) Veinot of New Germany. He was pre­deceased by his sister, Flossie Mac-Farlane. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, 11213 Hwy. 3, Lunenburg. A graveside committal service will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at St. John’s in the Wilderness Angli­can Cemetery, New Germany. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice. www.sweenyfuneralhome.ca

[NI01633] St.John's Anglican Cemetery, New Germany

DREW
Charles 1872-1952
Susan G. 1888-1936
Daughter Daisy Viola 1912-1929


Charles Drew 1952
The death of Charles Drew, a well known resident of New Germany, occurred at the D.M. Hospital, Bridgewater, on Tuesday, July 29, 1952, where he had been a patient for several months. He was born at Stanburne 79 years ago, a
son of the late William Drew and Elizabeth Beazley Drew, he was the last surviving member of that family. The late Mr.Drew was a successful farmer. He is survived by five daughters, (Rosie) Mrs. Alfred Waller, Halifax; Alpha (Mrs. Harry Carver), (Lila) Mrs. Gilbert Veinot; (Christine) Mrs. Harry Hall, all of New Germany ; two sons, Clifford, New Germany; and Seth,
Bridgewater. His wife and a daughter predeceased him several years ago.
The funeral services were held at St. John's Anglican church, conducted by the restor, Rev. W.R. Martell. Hymns sung were "Now The Labourer's Task is O'er" and "Abide With Me." The pall bearers were J. H. Hamm, Laurie Hamm, Horton Chesley, and Joseph Zwicker.
Burial was made in the family lot in Lakeside Cemetery, New Germany.

RR

[NI01634] Notes from Lana (Poole) Veinotte
She walked to New Germany from Stanburne to see a doctor about her failing health. She was driven home and died a few minutes later of heart problems. My Mom, Edith Flora (Tipert) Poole said that just the Sunday before she died Mom and a group and Susie walked out through the woods to the tower on the hill in Albert Whynot's pasture

Funeral - $109.
died at age 46 -local diary
Susie m. June 20 1908 Charles Drew, a widower at that time



Susie Drew

The community of New Germany was shocked to hear on Saturday night of the sudden passing of Susie, wife of Charles Drew, at the age of 47 years. Although Mrs. Drew had not been in the best of health, her condition was not recognized as serious, and she was about her household duties as usual on Saturday, and after finishing her work, walked to the village with her two little daughters to attend a show. On the way she was seized with a heart attack, and proceeded to the office of Dr. A.J. McDonald, for treatment. The latter rushed to her to her home by automobile but she expired just after entering the home. Beside her husband, she is survived by two sons, Clifford and Seth, and by five daughters, Clover, in the United States; Rosie of Halifax, and Alpha, Lila and Christine at home. She was the daughter of Hibbert and the late Mrs. Etta Veinot of Simpson's Corner and of this family surviving members are one sister, Mrs. Reginald Hyson, and four brothers, Clayton, Dimock, Alex and Howard, all of Simpson's Corner. The late Mrs. Drew was a kind and loving mother, and will be greatly missed in her home and community. The funeral was held on Tuesday afternoon. Service at the house and grave, conducted by the Rev. T.G. Ott, pastor of the Anglican Church, and was largely attended. Much sympathy is extended to the bereaved family. (hand written on obituary - 1936)"


Rosemary Rafuse

www.nsobits.ca

[NI01638] 120VeinotEvelyn Ann Penney; Calvin Sinclair 1945-2001; Evelyn Ann 1949- (Veinot); Married March 21, 1970.New GermanyEpworth United

[NI01640] Halifax Herald 8/19/2003

MacPHERSON, Barry Albert - 53, Simpsons Corner, Lunenburg Co., passed away Monday, August 18, 2003 in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Bridgewater, he was a son of Thelma (Frank) MacPherson, Chester and the late Daniel MacPherson. He was a past member of the New Germany and Area Lions Club and past member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 102, New Germany. He was employed by Michelin Tires for 32 years. Surviving are his wife, the former Susan Veinot; daughter, Tammy; son, Terry, both at home; several nieces and nephews. Visitation 7-9 p.m., today in Sweeny's Funeral Home, 4895 Rte. 10, New Germany. Funeral 11 a.m., Wednesday in Epworth United Church, New Germany, Rev. Linda Kuschnik officiating. Private family burial will follow in Epworth Cemetery. Family flowers only, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or Health Services of the South Shore. On-line condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI01643] died in infancy

[NI01650] Mrs Rebecca Z Joudrey - Mrs Rebecca Z Joudrey passed away in the early
morning hours of August 10th at her home on the Mines Road at
Blockhouse. She had been in failing health the past few months but was
confined to her bed only the last three weeks she lived. She was born
at Newburne, Lunenburg County, N.S., on April 25 1882, the second
daughter of Stephen and Eleanor (Veinotte) Eichel, who later moved to
Maitland, Lunenburg County, N.S. She was married in 1907 to Edwin A
Joudrey and lived her entire married life in Blockhouse. She was
predeceased by her husband in 1967 and a son in October 1971; also three
brothers and four sisters. Surviving their mother are sons, Russell,
Norman with whom she lived, and Robert, all of Blockhouse; two
daughters, Mary Ernst of Stonehurst, and Margaret Woods of Simms
Settlement; also twenty grandchildren; twenty nine great grandchildren;
and two great great grandchildren; also one brother Lemuel Eichel of
Maitland, Lunenburg County, N.S. The deceased rested at Mahone Funeral
Home until Saturday, August 12th, when she was taken to St James
Anglican Church, where service was conducted by the Very Rev E B N
Cochran. The church choir was in attendance with Miss Gertie Smeltzer.
Hymns sung were "As To Thy Dear Cross We Flee", and "The Lord Is My
Shepherd". Pallbearers were Carvel Chiney, Eric Barry, Gordon Ernst,
and Nathan Joudrey, Blockhouse. Interment was in the family lot in
Blockhouse Cemetery. The floral tributes were many and beautiful, a
silent tribute to the departed, showing the high esteem in which she was
held by a large circle of friends and relatives. The following is a list
of the flowers and memorials: (not copied) (LPE of Wed, Oct 11 1972, pg
14)


[NI01654] raised by foster parents, Eli and Jenny Crouse


Friday, June 24, 2005 The Halifax Herald Limited


JOUDREY, Katheryn Rugene - 72, Blockhouse, passed away June 23, 2005, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Milton, Queens Co., she was the daughter of the late Rhoda (Crouse) Dagley. Prior to her retirement she had worked as a C.N.A. in the old Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater, and later in Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay. She is survived by her husband, Robert and son, Ricky (Sharon), all of Blockhouse. She was predeceased by her foster parents, Eli and Jenny Crouse, late of Chelsea. There will be no visitation or service. Burial will be at a later date. Memorial donations may be made to St. James' A.C.W., Blockhouse; Victorian Order of Nurses, Lunenburg County Branch; Muscular Dystrophy Association or any other charity through Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay (902-624-8241 or www.mahonefuneral.ca).


[NI01659] Lemuel Eikle 1977 Bridgewater Bulletin

Lemuel Gordon Eikle of Maitland, Lunenburg County, passed away at the Dawson Memorial Hospital in Bridgewater on May 31, 1977. He was 90 years of age.
Born in Maitland on May 21, 1888, he was the son of the late Stephen and Eleanor Eikle and was the last surviving member of his family.Four sisters, Rebecca (Mrs.Edwin Joudrey), Eunice (Mrs. Elias Ernst), Stella (Mrs. Winfred Barry), Hilda (Mrs. John Frank); and three brothers, Theophilus, Fred, and Nepean predeceased him.
He was a carpenter by trade. He spent several years in the U.S.A. Twice married, his first wife, Adelia Eichel, predeceased him in 1954. His second wife, Beulah (Barry) Smicer predeceased him in December, 1977. (probably should be 1976)
He is survived by two sons, Lester of Halifax; and Glenwood of Maitland; four grandchildren, Maxine (Mrs. David Conrad) of Lower Sackville; Deborah (Mrs. Lavon Hazel), Bridgewater;Andrew Eikle, Maitland; and Carl Eikle of Lake Centre; four great-grandchidlren, Christopher and Bradley Conrad and April and Dion Hazel. Also surviving are one stepson, Wallace Smicer of Clearland; three stepdaughters, Marion (Mrs. Whidden Ernst); Barbara (Mrs. Francis Langille); and Mrs.Norma Robar of Halifax; 11 step-grandchildren and eight step-great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. An infant daughter, Ruby, predeceased him.
The funeral service was held on Saturday, June 3, at 2 o'clock at Christ Anglican Church in Maitland, conducted by the rector, Rev.William E. Dye. The deceased was laid to rest beside his first wife in Christ Church Cemetery.

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According to the HCH cd index, the dates of the papers are as follows:

Lemuel Eikle, Maitland, 1 Jun 1978
and Mrs. Lemuel Eikle, Maitland, 14 Dec 1977

Lana

[NI01662]
Lester Bamford Eikle 1997 Halifax Herald

Lester Bamford (Ike) Eikle, 79, Halifax, died June 18, 1997, in QEII Health Sciences Centre, New Infirmary Site. Born in Mahone Bay ,he was the son of the late Lemuel and Adelia (Eichel) Eikle. He was a commercial artist and sales representative for Royal Print, Litho, and Lawson and Jones, London, Ontario. He retired in 1983. Surviving are his wife, the former Myrtle Irene Webber; two nieces and a nephew. He was predeceased by brother, Glenwood; a sister in infancy. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Atlantic Funeral Home, Halifax. There will be no visitation or service by request.

[NI01676] Tuesday, June 22, 1926 The Bridgewater Bulletin
Jason Arthur Veinot
This usual quiet community was shocked on Wednesday, June 14th, by the
unexpected death of Jason Arthur Veinot, at the early age of
thirty-eight years. He had been in poor health for some time, but loving
hearts of both relatives and friends were hoping he might recover from
his illness. The funeral was very largely attended, and conducted by
Canon, E. A. Harris of Mahone Bay who preached an impressive and
appropriate sermon from the beautiful words of the one hundred and
fortieth verse of the one hundred and ninetieth psalm; "Thy Word has
been tried to the uttermost, and thy servant loveth it."
Besides his wife, five little daughters survive: Edith, Marjorie,
Verlie, Mary and Flora, and infant son Franklin Jason he leaves to mourn
their loss; a father, step-mother and step-sister, Lilla of this place,
also three sisters; Mrs Joseph Barry, residing in the west, Mrs William
Ernest, Blockhouse, and Mrs Edward Crompton of U.S. Among the many and
beautiful floral offerings were:
Wreaths from: Mr and Mrs William Ernest, Helen and Cecil.
Sprays from: Aunt Sarah, Aunt Mary and cousin Hattie, Aunt Callie, Mrs
Wallace Slauenwhite, Mrs Wallace Wagner, Mr and Mrs Amos Kaulback, Mrs
Timothy Eichel, Mrs Matilda Eichel, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Eichel, Mr and
Mrs Hibbert Veinot, Stella and Albert.
Sweet Peas and Rosea from: Mrs Charlotte Barry.

George Newbury

[NI01702] Mrs. Paul Oickle 1935 unknown newspaper

New Germany, July 22- There passed away at her home at Lower Northfield, Mrs. Paul Oickle on Wednesday, July 10th. The deceased, before marriage, was Miss Martha Slauenwhite, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Slauenwhite of Lower Northfield. Remaining members of that family are two brothers, Rubin Slauenwhite, Bridgewater; Wallace Slauenwhite, Sweetland; one sister, Mrs. Fred Silver of Springfield. In her immediate family there remain besides her husband; twin daughters, Beatrice, wife of Gordon Oickle, Lower Northfield; Mrs.(?) Beulah,at home; three sons, Clarence, at home; Wesley and Walter of Sweetland. The funeral was held on Friday 12th, with interment at Maitland.

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[NI01703] Maple Grove Cemetery

West Northfield, Lunenburg Co.,NS

Oickle Evelyn 1904-1921

Timothy I. 1874-1950

Wife Charlotte M. Cohen [Conn] 1884-1941 parents of Evelyn

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Halifax Chronicle-Herald, Nov. 8, 1950, p. 13

Slightly abbreviated, due to lack of time - sorry!

Timothy Oickle - Nov. 7 at home of daughter, Mrs. William
Nauss, Sweetland. Had lived (and was born) in Lower
Northfield. Son of the late Paulus and Louisa Slauenwhite
Oickle; he was 76 years of age. Survived by two sons: Harold,
Clayton; also by six daughters [JC - sorry but did not have
time to record all names]; and a brother, George Oickle
of Lower Northfield.

John Cordes

[NI01705] Joseph Slauenwhite 1930

There passed away at the D.M. Hospital, Bridgewater, on September 22 nd, an
aged citizen in the person of Joseph Slauenwhite, aged 77 years. Deceased was an industrious and hard working man but had been suffering fr
ailment for a number of years, which had become so acute that a few weeks ago an operation had to be performed from which he never rallied. He is
survived by his wife; also five sons and four daughters: Fred and Clarence of New Germany; Harley and Albert in the United States; and
Archie, at home; Emma, Mrs. Albert Jodrey; Lillas, Mrs. George Eichel; Charlotte; and Mrs. White of Boston, and a large number of grand and great
grandchildren. The funeral was held on the 26th, attended by a large number
of relatives and friends, the service at the house, church, and cemetery
being conducted by Rev. Canon Harris. The floral offerings were many and
beautiful. In religion deceased was a member of the Church of England and in
politics a staunch Conservative.

Lana Veinotte

[NI01713] Dalhousie East 1921

At the home of her son, Mr. Asaph Ramey of Dalhousie East, Mrs. Lucy A.,
wife of the late George Ramey, passed away after a short illness at the
advanced age of 89 years.Mrs. Ramey came to this place from Northfield, with her husband and children, 45 years ago.She was a kind mother, a good neighbour and many will miss her pleasant smile and her hearty handshake.
She was predeceased by her husband, one son, and two daughters.
The remaining ones are Edwin of Black Rock; Asaph of this place; Henry of
Simpson's Corner; Lemage of Needham, Mass.; and Nathan of Maine; Mrs.
Nathan Oicle of Mahone Bay; Mrs. Eldred Fancy and Mrs. Charles Nichols of
berwick; Mrs. Elden Kaizer of Bridgewater;and Mrs. William Beeswang
Hastings; 64 grandchildren; 67 great grandchildren and one great great
grandchild.She was a member of the Anglican Church and loved to worship thee but
through the frailities of old age she had been deprived of this privile
for awhile. The funeral service was conducted by the Rev. Mr. Plummer. Her
form was laid to rest beside her husband to wait the final resurrection.


St. Cyprian's Anglican Cemetery, East Dalhousie


Mrs. George Ramey

On October 11th, the death occurred at East Dalhousie of mrs. George Ramey
in the 89 th. year of her age. She was the daughter of the late Peter
Oickle and was born in Northfield and had one brother, William Oickle of
Mahone Bay, and one sister, Mrs. James Kelly of Northfield surviving her.
She was married 70 years ago and has been a widow for 12 years. She had a
family of whom eleven are living, viz, Asaph living in th eold homestead at
East Dalhousie; Edwin in Maine; Lemage in Needham, Mass.; Henry at
Simpson's Corner; Nathan in Maine; Mrs. Charles Nichols and Mrs. Eldr
Fancy in Berwick; Mrs. William Beeswanger in Springfield; Mrs. Nathan
Oickle, Mahone Bay; and Mrs. Edson Keizer of Bridgewater. She also leaves
64 grandchildren and 77 great grandchildren and numerous great-great
grandchildren. The funeral took place on Wednesday, October 12th, and was
well attended, three generations of her descendants being well represented.
The services were conducted by Rev. Mr. Plummer, Rector of New Ross, and
favourite hymns of the deceased were feelingly sung. She was of a true and
devout Christian character, kindly disposed towards others and ever
endeavouring to follow the golden rule of charity, and meet her fellows with
a happy smile. Until two years ago her memory had been good and she would
recount many interesting things of 75 years ago as compared with things
today. Death came to her as a happy home-going after her long sojourn here below.

Rosemary Rafuse

[NI01725] Progress Enterprise October 2, 1929.

Mahone Bay News

Mr. William Eichel, one of the oldest citizens of this place died at the home of his son, Ezekiel, on Thursday afternoon. Deceased was in his 87th. year, born at Northfield, moving to Mahone 15 years ago. He is survived by three sons: Ezekiel, of this town, with whom he lived; Albert of East River; and Joseph in New Hampshire; also one daughter, Mrs. Enoch Ernst of this town. The funeral took place on Friday morning with a service in the Anglican Church conducted by Rev. Canon Harris. Interment in old cemetery.

RR

[NI01729] The Chronicle Herald Thu, April 2nd, 2009

JOUDREY, Pearl Sylvia - 90, New Germany, formerly of Maitland, Lunenburg Co., passed away on Wednesday, April 1, 2009, in Hillside Pines Nursing Home, Bridgewater, where she had been residing for the past several years. Born in Mahone Bay, she was a daughter of the late Winifred and Stella (Eickle) Barry. She was a member of St. John in the Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany. Surviving are her daughters, Barbara (Harry W.) Conrad, Middle LaHave; Lucille (Robert) Wentzell, Jean (Richard) Baker, all of Baker Settlement; Linda (Derrel) Veinotte, Wileville; Carolyn Joudrey (Paul Meisner), Bridgewater; Susan Joudrey (Stephen Briggs), Conquerall Bank; Cathy Joudrey (Michael Rafuse), Parkdale; sister, Jean Nauss, Spryfield; brothers, Donald, Mahone Bay; George (Sylvia), Ontario; 16 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Dawson St. Clair Joudrey; granddaughter, Deborah; sisters, Phyllis Meisner, Shirley Crossland; brothers, Ivan, Ray and John. There will be no visitation at the funeral home by request. Funeral 11 a.m., Saturday in St. John in the Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany, Rev. Anna Hoeg officiating. Private family burial will follow in Epworth Cemetery, New Germany. Family flowers only, donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia, Hillside Pines Nursing Home or charity of choice. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI01730] The Chronicle Herald Wednesday September 6, 2006

BARRY, John Harold - 86, Maitland, Lunenburg Co., passed away September 4, 2006, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Maitland, he was a son of the late Winfred and Stella (Oickle) Barry. Throughout the years, John has touched the lives of many people. He will be greatly missed and remembered for his service to the community. John served in the Canadian Army, stationed in the Halifax area from 1939 to 1944. He joined National Sea Products in 1945 and was plant electrician until leaving in 1963. He joined Dover Flour in charge of maintenance until his retirement in 1990. He will be sadly missed by his son, Dennis and common-law wife, Detta Alderdice, Dartmouth; grandsons, Scott (Rachel); Craig (common-law wife Stephanie Mailman); Andrew (Chrissy); four great-grandchildren, all in the Dartmouth area; sisters, Jean Nauss, Herring Cove; Pearl Jodrey, Bridgewater; brothers, Donald, Blockhouse; George, Toronto. He was predeceased by his wife of 51 years, Merle Blanche (Garrison); sisters, Phyllis Meisner, Shirley Crossland; brothers, Ivan, Raymond. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Friday, September 8, in Sweeny's Funeral Chapel, Bridgewater, Rev. Ian Wissler officiating. A reception will follow the service in the Maitland Community Centre (across the road from Christ Anglican Church). Burial will take place in Christ Anglican Cemetery, Maitland, at a later date. There will be no visitation at the funeral home by request. No flowers by request. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society or a charity of your choice. On-line condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI01731] MEISNER, Phyllis M. - 78, West Northfield, Lunenburg Co., died February 1, 1995, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Maitland, Lunenburg Co., she was a daughter of the late Winfred and Stella (Eichel) Barry. Surviving are daughters, Shirley Sperry, Lower Northfield; Audrey (Mrs. William Bolivar), Dayspring; Gloria (Mrs. Linwood Feindel), New Germany; brothers, John, Ray, Maitland; Donald, Middlefield; George, Toronto; sisters, Pearl (Mrs. Dawson Joudrey), New Germany; Jean (Mrs. Douglas Nauss), Spryfield; Shirley (Mrs. Donald Crossland), Maitland; eight grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Lloyd; brother, Ivan. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Friday in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral will be 1 p.m. Saturday in St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, West Northfield, Rev. William Gustasson officiating. Burial in Maple Grove Cemetery, West Northfield. In lieu of flowers, donations to Canadian Cancer Society, St. Andrew's Lutheran Church or South Shore Regional Hospital foundation.

[NI01734] The Chronicle Herald Tuesday February 28, 2006

BARRY, Ray William - 80, Maitland, Lunenburg Co., passed away February 27, 2006, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Maitland, he was a son of the late Winifred and Stella (Oickle) Barry. He is survived by his wife, Isabel (Barry); daughters, Janet (Raymond) Hubley, Lynn (Harlie) Joudrey, all of Maitland; sons, David (Josie), Wayne (Dale), all of Maitland; Philip (Trudy), Conquerall Bank; 10 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; sisters, Pearl Joudrey, Bridgewater; Jean Nauss, Spryfield; brothers, John, Maitland; Donald, Northwest; George, Ontario. He was predeceased by brother, Ivan; sisters, Phyllis Meisner, Shirley Crossland. Visitation will be held today from 7-9 p.m. in Sweeny's Funeral Chapel, Bridgewater and from where a memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, Rev. Ian Wissler officiating. Burial will take place in Christ Anglican Church Cemetery, Maitland, at a later date. No flowers by request. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Christ Anglican Church, Maitland, or a charity of your choice. On-line condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI01736] CROSSLAND, Shirley Lucille - 72, Maitland, Lunenburg County, passed away November 21, 2005 in South Shore Regional Hospital,Bridgewater. Born in Maitland, she was the daughter of the late Winfred and Stella (Oickle) Barry. She is survived by sons Dwight,Branch LaHave; Edward (Virginia Oickle), Lower Northfield; Gary (Elizabeth Wentzell), West Northfield; daughter Patricia (Eddy Hodder), Middle LaHave; twin grandsons Joseph and Jonathan Crossland; grandson Chad Tanner; granddaughter Vanessa Nauss; sisters Pearl Joudrey, Bridgewater; Jean Nauss, Spryfield; brothers, Ray (Isabelle) and John, both of Maitland; Donald (Ella May),
Northwest; George (Sylvia), Ontario. She was predeceased by her husband, Donald; sister Phyllis Meisner; brother Ivan. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. A memorial service was held at Christ Anglican Church, Maitland on November 24, 2005, Rev. Ian Wissler officiating. A private family burial took place immediately following the service at Christ Anglican Cemetery, Maitland.

[NI01742] Ernst Urias M Head M Jun 3 1857 49
Ernst Bithraid F Wife M Jan 16 1853 48
Ernst Louise F Daughter S Aug 7 1883 17
Ernst Elias J. M Son S Jan 6 1888 13


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Blockhouse, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:c
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

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Ernst Urias M Head M Jun 1851 59
Ernst Bithiah F Wife M Jan 1853 58
Ernst Elias M Son S Jan 1888 23
Vienot Lucy F Mother-in-law W Feb 1836 75

[NI01743] Halifax Herald 10/19/2002

MEISNER, Mary Ella Mae - 81, Newcombville, Lunenburg Co., passed away October 17, 2002, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Mahone Bay, she was a daughter of the late Jason and Eunice (Oickle) Veinot. She is survived by her husband, Lloyd; sons, Ray (Iris), James (Shirley), all of Newcombville; grandchildren, Lori, Matthew, Glenn, Braden, Kari and Hannah; great-grandchildren, Hailey and Mickelty; sisters, Flora Bell, Hebbville; Edith Veinotte, Maitland; brother, Franklyn Veinotte, Blockhouse; foster brother, Scott Robar, Blockhouse. She was predeceased by her sisters, Marjorie Joudrey, Verlie Barry; stepfather, Elias Ernst. Visitation will be held Sunday from 7-9 p.m. in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Monday in All Saints Lutheran Church, Newcombville, Rev. Willis Ott officiating. Burial will follow in Newcombville Cemetery. Family flowers only. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or All Saints Lutheran Church. Online condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com



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[NI01744] Monday, March 29,1999 The Halifax Herald Limited

BARRY, Verlie Louise - 79, Maitland, passed away peacefully March 26, 1999, in Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany. Born in Mahone Bay, she was a daughter of the late Jason Veinotte and Eunice (Eikle) Ernst. She was a member of Christ Anglican Church in Maitland. She is survived by son, Richard and wife Ada, Bramalea, Ont.; daughter, Diane and husband Len Zwicker, Wileville; grandchildren, Holly and husband Patrick Sweeny, Bridgewater; Stephanie and husband Donnie Woodsworth, Pinegrove; Steven and Wayne Barry, Bramalea, Ont.; great-grandchildren, Amanda and Jeremy Sweeny, Bridgewater; sisters, Edith Veinotte, Maitland; Mary (Mrs. Lloyd Meisner), Newcombville; Flora Bell, Hebbville; brother, Franklyn Veinotte, Blockhouse; foster brother, Scott Robar, Blockhouse; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Albert V. Barry; sister, Marjorie Joudrey; stepfather, Elias Ernst. Funeral service will be held 10:30 a.m. today in Christ Anglican Church, Maitland, Rev. Linda MacDonald officiating. Burial follow in Christ Anglican Church Cemetery. Family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to Christ Anglican Church, Maitland; CAT scan fund of
South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater; Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany, or charity of your choice. Arrangements entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater.

[NI01747] The Chronicle Herald Monday April 24, 2006

VEINOTTE, Edith Estella - 90, Maitland, Lunenburg Co., passed away April 22, 2006, in Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay. Born in Mahone Bay, she was a daughter of the late Jason and Eunice (Eichel) Veinotte and stepfather, Elias Ernst (Blockhouse). She is survived by her son, Laurie Roger (Doris Elaine) Veinotte, Maitland; sister, Flora Bell, Hebbville; foster brother, Scott Robar, Blockhouse; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Reginald; son, Arthur; sisters, Marjorie Joudrey, Verlie Barry, Mary Meisner; brother, Franklyn Veinotte. Visiting will be 7-9 p.m. today in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m., Tuesday in Christ Church, Maitland, Father Ian Wissler officiating. Burial will be in Christ Church Cemetery. A reception will follow in Maitland Community Hall. Family flowers only please. Memorial donations may be made to Mahone Nursing Home Van Fund, Christ Church, Maitland or a charity of your choice through Mahone Funeral Home (902) 624-8241 or www.mahonefuneral.ca

[NI01748] Monday, December 13, 2004 The Halifax Herald Limited

VEINOTTE, Franklyn "Frank" Jason - 79, Blockhouse, died December 10, 2004, at home. Born in Maitland, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Jason and Eunice (Eickle) Veinotte. He had worked in a lumber mill as a sawyer. He is survived by his wife, Lillas (Frank) Veinotte; daughters, Susan Levy (James Wile), Laconia; Debra Dorey (Darrell), Upper New Cornwall; Cathy Lohnes (Norman Veinott), Pleasantville; son, Peter Veinotte, Blockhouse; step-daughters, Jane Dorey (Brenton), Hebbville; Dianne Caines (Albert), Blockhouse; Violet Swinimer (Raymond), Western Shore; stepsons, Earl Nauss, Ontario; Gordon Nauss (Rose Thibeau), Maitland; Ted Nauss (Janet), Port Williams; Ernie Nauss, New England (Valerie, Bridgewater); sisters, Flora Bell, Hebbville; Edith Veinotte, Mahone Bay; brother, Scott Robar (Hazel), Blockhouse; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by sisters, Verlie Barry, Mary Meisner, Marjorie Joudrey; grandson, Christopher Levy; step-father, Elias Ernst. No visitation. Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday in Mahone Funeral Home, 32 Parish St., Mahone Bay, Rev. James Haughn officiating. Burial will be in Old Blockhouse Cemetery, Blockhouse. Memorial donations may be made to any charity through Mahone Funeral Home (1-902-624-8241 or info@mahonefuneral.ca)

[NI01778] The Chronicle Herald 02/15/2010

CONNOLLY, Wallace Earl — 64, Middlewood, Lunenburg Co., passed away peacefully February 11, 2010, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, after a brief battle with cancer. Born in Bridgewater he was a son of the late Carmon and Helen (Bollivar) Connolly. He was a devoted husband, father and a doting grandfather. In his younger years he worked in the Christmas tree yards, then as a mechanic and he also worked 27 years at the Department of Transportation as a snowplow operator and truck driver until his retirement in 2004. He will be greatly missed by his family and many friends. Surviving are his wife, Diane (Shaw); daughter, Marie (Tommy) Crouse, Waterloo; sons, Randall, Middlewood; Earl, at home; granddaughters, Liane and Danielle; sister, Julia (Ronnie) Crouse, Middlewood; numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by two brothers in infancy. There will be no funeral service or visitation by family request. Cremation has taken place under the direction of R.A. Corkum Funeral Home, Wileville. Memorial donations may be made to Middlewood United Church, South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater or charity of choice. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.corkumfuneralhome.ca

[NI01793] 'GRAM' NEWBURGH - Dorothy Pearl (Croxford) Veinote, 93, beloved wife of the late Ford E. "Papa" Veinote, died peacefully in her sleep at a Bangor hospital early Thursday, Jan. 15, 2004. She was born June 7, 1910, in Dixmont, the daughter of Frank Ernest and Jennie Grace (Garland) Croxford. In addition to raising her four children, she worked at Grant's, Freeses and Rines Department stores and Drew's Convalescent Home in Bangor and Rowell's Convalescent Home in Hampden. Dorothy enjoyed playing bingo and loved to write, and wrote many stories about the old times with her family and friends and her childhood. She would sit for hours and crochet baby sweater sets while her husband was out plowing roads. Some nights, she would set there all night and crochet. These sweater sets were made by the dozen, for a lady in Unity. Dorothy and Ford were the two oldest citizens of Newburgh and held the Boston Gold Cane for the last eight years from 1996. She and her husband were former members of the Newburgh Grange, The Jolly Neighbors Senior Citizens of Brooks, the Dixmont Methodist Church and South Newburgh Christian Church. Dorothy and her family enjoyed the north woods and spent many hours in their younger years hunting, fishing and camping. Dorothy is survived by three sons, Robert and his wife, Lucille, Paul and his wife, Frances, and Gene and his wife, Bonnie, all of Newburgh; a daughter, Jennie Richardson and her husband, Robert, of Enfield, N.H.; a sister, Sylvia Tenny of Lake Wales, Fla.; 10 grandchildren; one step granddaughter; 23 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren; nieces, nephews; and one sister-in-law, Annie Lord. She was predeceased by her beloved husband of 72 years, Ford, in 2003; and by two grandsons, Dennis and Randy Veinote; one great-granddaughter, Heather Mae Mitchell; two sisters, Julia Marie Cummings and Erma Winnie Curtis; and three brothers, Raymond, Lyle and Frank Croxford Jr. Dorothy's family would like to thank the staff of Grant six at EMMC, the EMMC Emergency room staff and Dr. Doug Cravens and Dr. McCarthy for the special care they gave Dorothy and her family during her illness, and the staff of Hampden Family Medicine. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Dorothy's memory may be made to Eastern Maine Charities for EMMC, Grant Six, In-patient Unit, P.O. Box 404, Bangor, ME 04402-0404. A graveside service will be held 1 p.m. Saturday, May 1 2004, at Chapman Cemetery, Newburgh. Arrangements are entrusted to the Hampden-Gilpatrick Funeral Home, 45 Western Ave., Hampden. For those unable to attend condolences may be expressed through www.hampdengilpatrick.com.

[NI01825] VIENOT Cyrus B 1836-02-12 1836-02-26 SJAL Martin & Maria

[NI01827] "VIENOT","Mary Cath","B","1841-11-15","Martin & Mary E",,"1842-01-02",,"SJAL"

[NI01828] "VIENOT","Elijah","B","1845-08-19","1845-12-14","MBA","Martin & Maria",,

[NI01835]

[NI01837] "SARTY","John","B","1802-04-14","1802-05-16","SJAL","John Sartie & Cath Eliz",,"Wm Heison, Jacob Acker, Mary Wambold"
Don Shankle's BDM

[NI01849] "SARTY","John & Anna Maria Hubly","Jacob Fred","1828-06-21","1828-11-11","ZLL",,,"B"

[NI01853] "SARTY","John & Maria Anna","William Reuben","1835-03-10","1835-06-29","DRL",,,"B"

[NI01854] Sarty Henry M M Head M Dec 1 1836 64
Sarty Ellen F Wife M Apr 18 1836 64


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Parker Cove, ANNAPOLIS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:26
Subdistrict Number:x
Archives Microfilm:T-6447

[NI01878] Alice Catherine Veinotte 1958 Bridgewater Bulletin

Alice Catherine Veinotte of Upper Cornwall passed away quite suddenly at the home of her son, Lloyd, on January 27, 1958, at the age of 84 years. Being in very good health, it was a surprise to her many friends to hear of her passing.
Mrs.Veinotte was the daughter of the late Benjamin and Elizabeth Daniels of Newburne. She was predeceased by her husband, J.W. Austin in 1940. She leaves to mourn five sons and five daughters, Lester of Lynn, Mass.; Vernon of River Hebert; Gertie (Mrs.Wilbert Veinotte) of New Cornwall; Hazel
(Mrs.Howard MacKay) of Upper Northfield; Lola (Mrs. C.F.Thyng) of Newton, Mass.; Laurie of New Cornwall; Lloyd, at home; Bessie (Mrs. George Chandler) of Liverpool; Erwin of Blockhouse; Lillian (Mrs. Frank Joudrey) of Upper Cornwall; and two brothers, Arthur of Maplewood and Austin of
Springfield; also 38 grandchildren and 51 great grandchildren.
The funeral service was held on Thursday, January 29, from the Baptist Church, New Cornwall. All of her ten children were able to attend. The pastor, Rev. Thompson, officiated. Hymns sung were "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say" and "Jesus Saviour, Pilot Me."Pall bearers who laid her to rest were six of her grandsons, Clarence, Lawrence, Leeland, Margeson and Percy Veinotte and Lloyd Joudrey.

RR

[NI01879] Edward & Catherine's children birth dates, from Barrs Corner 1901 Census.
Edward died from burns & exhaustion,that he received when he was burning brush.
Found in the book Through Wood & Dales , a History of the Community of Parkdale,Maplewood & Scarsdale.
Also found his death record in Hennigar Palmers funeral records, 1894-1904.
Source: Denise (Daniels) Rice

[NI01881] Her stone has birth date 1882

[NI01887] Parkdale-Maplewood Community Cemetery

ZWICKER
Steadman Howard 1894-1975
Lucyann 1898-1963

Steadman H. Zwicker 1975
Steadman H. Zwicker, 81, passed away Wednesday, September 3, 1975, at the D.M. Hospital, Bridgewater.Born in Scarsdale, he was the son of the late Kanas and Alberdena (Daniels) Zwicker. He was a retired carpenter and lived all his life in Parkdale.Surviving are a daughter, Marion (Mrs. Eric Wilson), Dalhousie East; seven sons, Donald, Liverpool; Aubrey, Maurice, and Lincoln, all of Scarborough,
Ontario; Paul, Parkdale; Gilbert, Oshawa, Ontario; Eric of Halifax; 18 grandchildren and one great-grandchild; a sister, Mrs. Willie Mossman; a brother, Charles of Scarsdale. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Lucyann Rafuse, a daughter, Jennie, and a son, Llloyd. Funeral service was held Saturday afternoon in Emmanuel United Baptist Church with Mr. Ernest Crosby officiating. Pallbearers were Gerald and John Rafuse, Earle and Royce Wentzell, Alton Spidle, and Allan Foster. Burial was in Parkdale-Maplewood Cemetery.

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[NI01889] Enola Ruth Mossman 1993 (Halifax Herald)
Enola Ruth Mossman, 95, Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay, formerly of Barss Corner, Lunenburg County, died February 10, 1993, in the home. Born in Scarsdale, Lunenburg County, she was a daughter of the late Kanas and Alberdena (Daniels) Zwicker. She was a member of Parkdale Emmanuel Baptist Church. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. She is survived by three daughters, Melita Tanner, First South; Hildred (Mrs. Cecil Hawkesworth) Woodville, Kings County; Phyllis (Mrs. Gordon O'Neil),
Scarborough, Ontario; son Carman, New Germany; 12 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; a great-great grandchild; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, William; three sisters, Louise, Elva, Drucilla; three brothers, William, Steadman, Charles. The body is in New Germany Funeral Home, visiting 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Friday. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Saturday in Parkdale Emmanuel Baptist church, Rev. Karl Uhrstrom officiating. Burial will be in Barss Corner Cemetery. Donations may be made
to Parkdale Emmanuel Baptist Church or any charity.

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[NI01890] Barss Corner Baptist Cemetery

MOSSMAN
William Robert 1890-1984
Enola Ruth 1897-1993

William R.Mossman 1984 (Halifax Herald)
William Robert Mossman, 93, formerly of Scarsdale,died Monday, January 30, 1984, in New Germany.Born in Farmington, he was a son of the late Allen and Margaret (Hiltz) Mossman. He was a farmer and a woodsman.He is survived by his wife, the former Enola Ruth Zwicker; three daughters, Mrs. Meleta Tanner, First South; Hildred (Mrs. Aubrey Hiltz) Woodville; Phyllis (Mrs. Gordon O'Neil) Scarborough, Ontario; a son, Carmen, New Germany; a sister, Marie Steeger, Kingston, N.Y.; 12 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren.He was predeceased by three sisters, Roxie, Ella, and Laliah; three stepsisters, Emma, Bessie, and Lucy; a stepbrother, George.The body is in Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany, where funeral will be 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Rev. Malcolm Beckett officiating, with burial in Barss Corner Cemetery.

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[NI01892] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 12/22/92
Category: News
Page: C3

ZWICKER, Bernice Leina - 82, Scarsdale, Lunenburg County, died December 20, 1992, at home. Born in Head of St. Margarets Bay, Halifax County, she was a daughter of the late Norman and Bertha (Sarty) Rafuse. She was a member of Parkdale-Maplewood Emmanuel United Baptist Church, Women's Institute of Nova Scotia and Gully Road Friendship Circle. She is survived by a daughter, Shirley (Mrs. Clyde Dorey), Scarsdale; six sons, Gerald, Auburndale, Lunenburg County; Alfred, Timberlea; Harley, Pinehurst, Lunenburg County; Cedric (Errol), New Minas; Howard, Maplewood, Lunenburg County; Leon, East Dalhousie; brother, Lester, East Dalhousie; 22 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Charles; sister, Audrey; brother, Cedric. The body is in Langilles Funeral Home, New Germany, visiting 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday in ParkdaleMaplewood Emmanuel United Baptist Church, Rev. Karl Uhrstrom officiating assisted by Rev. Miriam Uhrstrom. Burial will be in ParkdaleMaplewood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Parkdale-Maplewood Emmanuel United Baptist Church, Parkdale-Maplewood Cemetery, Arthritis Society, Nova Scotia Branch or any charity.

[NI01896] Tuesday, March 20, 1934 The Bridgewater Bulletin
- Mrs Stephen Carver -
The death of Mrs Stephen Carver, aged 77 years, occurred at the home of
her sister, Mrs Benjamin Wentzell, Newburn, on Monday evening, March
5th, following an illness of one week. The deceased was before marriage
Miss Elizabeth Daniels, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Daniels, Newburn.
She lived all her married life at Walden. Her husband predeceased her 28
years ago. Surviving are five sons, Ozem, New Germany; Henry, Newburn;
Stephen, Guy and James of Walden; one daughter, Lousia, widow of Hibbert
Veinotte, Worcester, Mass.
A stepson, Sydney Carver, Newburn; one brother, Ben. Daniels,
Maplewood; four sisters, Mrs Kaness Zwicker, Miss Sophia Daniels,
Scarsdale; Mrs Peter Ernst, Blockhouse and Mrs Ben Wentzell, Newburn.
The deceased was visiting the latter for the past three months, and a
week ago, was stricken with heart trouble which caused her death.
Mrs Carver was a Lutheran in religion.

[NI01897] Carver Stephen M Head M Sep 10 1851 49
Carver Elizabeth F Wife M Feb 10 1853 48
Carver Ozam M Son S Jun 8 1883 17
Carver Willoby M Son S Apr 11 1885 15
Carver Henry M Son S Mar 22 1888 13
Carver Stephen M Son S Oct 16 1880 10
Carver Simeon M Son S Dec 14 1893 7
Carver Guy M Son S Apr 2 1895 5
Carver James M Son S Nov 17 1898 2

Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Oakland, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:b(1)
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

[NI01902] ZWICKER Abraham M 1837-11-19 SJAL Louisa Matilda Zwicker

[NI01907] bachelor ,Taken from book " Newburne Now and Then"author Pauline Veinotte

[NI01918] George Zwicker 1938 Bridgewater Bulletin

New Germany, April 18- The death of George Zwicker,aged 92 years and six months, occurred at the home of his son, Freeman Zwicker, Wednesday evening. The deceased was bed ridden and blind for the past two years but was in fairly good health until two weeks ago. He was born at Blockhouse, Lunenburg County, a son of the late Abraham Zwicker and Matilda Hughes Zwicker.He was the last remaining member of a family of eight. A sister, Mrs. Enos Oxner, Mahone, predeceased him a little more than a year ago. His wife, who was formerly Miss Susie Veinotte, died fifteen years ago. Surviving are three sons, Freeman, New Germany; Arthur, Cornwall; Jeremiah, Kentville; two daughters, Freelove, wife of Harris Zwicker, Lakeland, Lunenburg County; Mrs. Naomi Greenwood, Sanford, Maine; 15 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. He was an Anglican in religion. Four and a half years ago he moved from Walden to New Germany. Previous to that he lived many years at New Cornwall. The deceased's !
grandmother lived to be (can't make it out) years of age. A cousin, George Zwicker, Dublin is 100 years old. Funeral
service was held Friday with Rev. T.G. Ott officiating. Interment was at New Cornwall.

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[NI01921] OXNER Enos Fred B 1843-01-10 1843-02-12 PL Jacob & Maria Anna

[NI01922] died fairly young

[NI01931] Laura Grace Veinotte
Laura Grace Veinotte passed away on May 5, 2002 at Fishermen's Memorial Hospital at the age of 85 years. She was the daughter of Fred and Lucy Frank. Born in Upper Cornwall where she lived most of her life, she was predeceased by husband Gilbert Veinotte.
Surviving is one son Oran Veinotte, Mississauga, Ontario, also one sister Annie Sarty, Bridgewater; five grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. Grandchildren are Susan Lumby, Heather DiMaria, Debera Munshaw, Fred and Christopher Veinotte, one niece Thelma (Sally) MacNeil and nephew Scott Sarty, and a chosen family friend George Houstin.
She was a member of New Cornwall Baptist Church, and attended there as long as her health allowed her. She was also a member of Princess Louise Rebekah Lodge of Mahone Bay, a member of Upper Cornwall Sewing Circle, and a Sunday School teacher at Cornwall Union Church. She loved children, and cared for a number of them in her home. She loved all people, and their visits brought her much joy.
THANK YOU
The families of the late Laura Veinotte would like to express sincere gratitude to relatives and friends, both here and away, for your many expressions of concern and sympathy. We were deeply touched by the many cards, donations of food, charitable donations, flowers, prayers and visits. Also, to the staff of Fishermen's Memorial Hospital who was involved in Laura's care the past months; to Rev. Gillis for his comforting funeral service; the choir of New Cornwall Baptist Church; to Dr. Abriel for his many visits at her home, and to all who offered comfort and encouragement during a difficult time.
Thank-you, Son Oran and Sister Annie
I saw her suffer, I heard her sigh,
I could do nothing but sit close by.
I have lost, but Heaven has gained
One of the best the world contained.
Sister Annie

[NI01933]
Victoria Jodrey, died 1935 in North River Rd, Kings County
Item can be found in Registration Year: 1935 - Book: 148 - Page: 650

Mrs.Victoria Jodrey 1935

The death of Mrs. Victoria Jodrey,aged 78 years, took place at her home, North River, Thursday, of pneumonia, following a short illness. She leaves to mourn the loss of a loving mother, five daughters, Mrs. Dean Shaw, South Alton; Mrs. James Lowe, North River; Mrs. Alice Abbott, Bath, New Hampshire; Mrs. Norah Veinotte, Farmington; Mrs. John Nauss, Newburn; and two sons, Percy, Greenfield and Clyde, at home; also two sisters, Mrs. George Armburg, North River; and Mrs.Charles Fadden, Littleton, New Hamsphire. She is also survived by thirty-seven grandchildren and twenty-six great grandchildren. Her husband predeceased her sixteen years ago.

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[NI01934] Hibbert Jodrey Unknown Newspaper

Handwritten date: February 14, 1919.

The funeral of the late Hibbert Jodrey took place from the residence of his sons, Friday morning at eleven o'clock, and was largely attended. Rev. Mr. Bent officiated.
The pall bearers were Messrs. Albert Corcoran, Charlie Patterson, Max Jordan, and Walter Welton. Burial took place at the Oaks.
He had been in failing health for about a year with heart trouble.
He died on the 14th. day of February, 1919 and was 68 years of age.
He leaves a sorrowing wife and nine children; also one sister at New Cornwall. The children are three sons, Percy at Greenfield; Arthur at Black River; and Clyde, at home; six daughters, Alice at New Hampshire; Nora at New Burne; Edna at South Alton; Ida and Annie, at North River; and Blanche, at home; and a large circle of friends to mourn their loss.

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[NI01940] This couple has 10 children

[NI01944] obituary - HCH Thursday 6 Feb 1969
Charles Simeon Veinot, 78 of Upper Northfield, was buried in Upper Northfield Cemetery yesterday following funeral service in the Lutheran Church, Upper Northfield, Rev. Richard Tubbe officiating. Born in New Cornwall, he was the son of the late Simeon and Sophia (Jodrey) Veinot.

[NI01946] Mrs Ada L M Lohnes - The tolling of the bell at Upper Northfield Church
on Friday, November 2nd, announced the death of another one of our
elderly residences, Mrs Ada Lohnes, widow of the late Milledge Lohnes of
this place. She was 74 years and two months of age and was born at New
Cornwall, a daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Simeon Veinot. She was in
failing health since early Spring but her sudden passing was
unexpected. She was a member of Mt Calvary Lutheran Church, a member of
the Lutheran Sewing Circle, and a former member of the W M S. Her
funeral services were held on Sunday, November 4th, at the church at
Upper Northfield, and was conducted by her pastor, Rev Wilfred Myra.
The text was taken from St John, chapter 14, verse 6. Hymns sung were
:Jesus Savior, Pilot Me", "Nearer My God To Thee", and "Peace, Perfect
Peace". The pallbearers were Foster and Winslow Lohnes, Wilfred Jodrey
and James Penney. She is survived by one son, Pearlie, of Upper
Northfield; four grandchildren and seven great grandchildren; also one
sister Mrs Mary McCarthy of Cambridge, Mass; and two brothers, Charles
of Upper Northfield and Obediah of Kentville; and a number of nieces and
nephews. Her husband predeceased her five years ago. (SSGS files of
1951)

Source: Dave Tanner

...........................................................................................................................
C. H., Paper date, Feb. 9, 1952

Mrs. Millage Lohnes
New Germany, Nov. 5, - Funeral servives for Mrs. Millage Lohnes of Upper Northfield were held on Sunday afternoon from the Lutheran Church conducted by Rev. W. L. Myra of New Germany. Mrs. Lohnes, who had been a resident of Upper Northfield all her married life, died Friday after a short illness. She was 74 years old. She was the former Ada Veinot, daughter of Simeon Veinot and Sophis Joudrey Veinot of New Cornwall. Her husband predeceased her many years ago. Surviving is one son, Pearlie, Upper Northfield; two brothers, Obediah Veinot, Kentville and Charles Veinot, Upper Northfield; one sister, Mrs Mary McCarthy, in the United States. Interment was in the family lot in Upper Northfield Cemetery.

[NI01952]
Amos Veinotte, died 1948 in Bridgewater, Lunenburg County
Registration Year: 1948 - Page: 3325


Family Records
www.nsobits.ca

Veinot, Amos - 1948 - On May 12, there passed away at the D.M. Hospital, Amos Veinot, in his 77th year. Born at New Cornwall, he was the son fo the late Simeon and Sophia Veinot. Except for a number of years spent in the U.S.A., the greater part of his life was spent in Springfield, Anna. Co., Deceased spent two months in hospital during the winter, and returned home in March in apparently good health. On April 12, he entered the hospital again, and succumbed to a heart attack. He is survived by eight children, five daughters, Grace, Myrtle, Beulah, Nina and Dorothy, and three sons, Charles, Lloyd and Llewellyn, all married and living in the U.S.A. Also two sisters, Mary Amanda of U.S.A., and Ada of Upper Northfield, and two brothers, Obediah of Kentville, and Charles of Upper Northfield. Two of the sons, Lloyd and Charles, were home to be present at the burial which took place at Upper Northfield on May 17. He was a member of the Lutheran church, and the services were conducted in the Lutheran church of Upper Northfield, by Rev. W. Minke, of Rose Bay Parish, but a former pastor of this parish.

[NI01954] Arthur was killed when a mill in Gaspereau blew up

[NI01955] Violet & Arthur have 5 children mentioned in Book" Newburne Then and Now written by Pauline Veinotte

[NI01956] The Chronicle Herald 10/08/2009

CONRAD, Grace Dorothy — 91, of Avonport, previously of Lower Wolfville, passed away October 3, 2009, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. She was born in North River Road, Kings Co., to the late Arthur and Violet (Levy) Jodrey. The family moved to Greenfield, Kings Co., and after the untimely death of her father, they moved to Gaspereau. She married Frank Conrad, moved to Lower Wolfville and together they developed a successful dairy farm known as "Coni Ridge Farm". Grace was an extremely capable, diligent and thrifty woman who gave support to her husband and family. This trait served her well throughout her life. In earlier years she was the secretary of Wolfville Home & School and for years she was a dedicated canvasser for charitable organizations. She received a pin from the Canadian Cancer Society, Wolfville District in recognition of her years of canvassing. She was a faithful member of the Anglican Church in Wolfville. Later years, she and Frank enjoyed some travelling, but most of all they enjoyed the card parties, which they attended for many years. People thought she had the "ace of hearts" up her sleeve. She always had a positive attitude and accepted what challenges she had to face. This was so true when in 2002, due to ill health, she had to give up her home and way of life to be cared for by her daughter and son-in-law, Gwen and Bill Sweet. She continued to enjoy the many friends who would visit and play cards, thanks to family and Ken and Barb Mitchell. A big thank-you to Dr Hamilton and Betty for showing compassion towards Grace, especially the past seven years. She is survived by children, Gordon (Kay), Melanson; Don (Ruth), Lower Wolfville; Paul (Carol), Conquerall Bank; Gwen (Bill) Sweet, Avonport; Linda (Robert) MacDonald, Middle River, Cape Breton; Laurie (Geneva), Melanson; 17 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren; sister, Irene Collins, Harmony, Kings Co.; many nieces and nephews. Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Frank; daughters, Shirley and Geraldine; grandson, Craig Sweet; sisters, Nina, Velma and brothers, Wendell, Russell and Wilson. Visitation will be held in St. John's Anglican Church, Wolfville, on Friday, October 9th, from 6-9 p.m., where the funeral will be held on Saturday, October 10, at 2 p.m. Cremation has taken place. A private family burial will take place Saturday morning. Reception will be in the parish hall, 341 Main St., Wolfville. Donations may be made to The Wolfville Lions Club, 36 Elm Ave., Wolfville, NS B4P 1Z9 or St. John's Anglican Church, 164 Main St., Wolfville, NS B4P 1C1. Arrangements are under the care of H.C. Lindsay Funeral Homes & Crematorium, 5568 Main St., Wolfville, NS B4P 1E5 (902-542-2151). Donations or cards and letters of sympathy may be sent to this address or on-line at:

www.hclindsayfuneralhome.ca

[NI01957] Percy W. Jodrey no date Halifax Herald

Percy William Jodrey, 90, of New Albany and formerly of Greenfield, died Saturday in Blanchard Fraser Memorial Hospital, Kentville.
Born in South Alton, he was a son of the late Hibbert and Victoria (Veinot) Jodrey.
Surviving besides his wife, the former Ethel Reeves, are a son, Burton, Avonport; a sister, Mrs.Blanche Nauss, Newburne; six grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren.
He was predeceased by two brothers and five sisters.
The body is in H.C. Lindsay's Funeral Home, Kentville, where funeral service will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. Rev. M.J. Findlay, assisted by Rev. F. C. Fenerty, will officiate. Burial will be in Greenfield Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to any charity.

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[NI01963] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 01/22/96
Category: News
Page: B6


JOUDREY, Carrie P. - 78, Maitland, Lunenburg Co., died January 20, 1996, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Lower Northfield, she was a daughter of the late Arkanis and Eva (Eikle) Dauphinee. She was a member of Christ Anglican Church, Maitland. Surviving are her husband, Cecil Edwin; daughters, Sylvia (Mrs. Ray Massey), Lower LaHave; Goldie (Mrs. Wendell Aulenback), Farmville; son, Ivan, Maitland; brothers, Evans, Lower Northfield; Bert, Owen, West Northfield; Lester, Barss Corner; Donald, Upper LaHave; 14 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by brothers, Albert, Malcolme, Harry, Wallace; a grandchild. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Tuesday in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral 3 p.m. Wednesday in Christ Church, Maitland, Rev. Linda Macdonald officiating. Burial in Christ Church cemetery. Donations to Canadian Cancer Society, Christ Church cemetery or South Shore Regional Hospital.

[NI01965] St. John's Anglican Cemetery, New Germany

ROBAR

Restus G. 1884-1968

Margaret Adelaide 1895-1964



Restus G. Robar 1968 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death of Restus G. Robar occurred at the D.M. Hospital on Monday, October 14th, following a short illness. Born in New Germany eighty-four years ago, he was the son of the late Hibbert and Rebecca (Wharton) Robar.
Surviving are three sons, Stanley, Whitman, Mass.; Chester and Blake, New Germany; two daughters, Dorothy (Mrs. Walter Cleveland) and Mrs. Laura Cantoni, both of Whitman;seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Also surviving are Mary (Mrss. George Comeau),Mavillette; and Angus Meisner, West Hill, Ontario, who from early childhood had made their home with the Robars. He was predeceased by his wife in 1964 and a son in infancy.
Funeral service was held on Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. from Saint John's Anglican Church with the Rev. J.H. Purchase officiating. Hymns sung were "Jesus, Saviour, Pilot Me" and "Blest Be The Tie." Interment followed in Saint John's Anglican Cemetery. Pallbearers were Charles and Robert Joudrey, Aubrey Emino, Carl Simpson, Joey Mader ,and Horton Trethewey, all nephews of the deceased.

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[NI01966] Clyde D. Joudrey 1974 Halifax Herald

Clyde Dennis Joudrey, 81, Aylesford, died Wednesday in Western Kings Memorial Hospital, Berwick.
Born at South Alton, he was a son of the late Hibbert and Victoria (Veinot) Joudrey.
He is survived by one brother, Percy, New Albany; one sister, Mrs. Blanche Nauss, Newburn; several nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by his wife, the former Carrie E. Simpson.
The body is at H.C. Lindsay Funeral Home, Berwick, where funeral service will be held 2:30 p.m. Friday, Rev. Max Clattenburg officiating. Burial will be in Berwick Cemetery.

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[NI01967] Veinott Nora 1895-1943; Daughter Jennie Veino 1915-2001Union Square

[NI01968] Jennie worked as a waitress in the Royal Hotel, Mahone Bay for six years, as a domestic, and at the Pleasant Rest Home in Bridgewater for 17 years.
Taken from the Book " Newburne Then and Now " by Pauline Veinotte

[NI01969] Blanche Nauss - Newburne, Lunenburg County - Blanche (Joudrey) Nauss,
81, of Newburne, died Saturday in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital,
Lunenburg. Born in North River, Annapolis County, she was a daughter of
the late Hibbert and Victoria (Veinott) Joudrey. She is survived by
four daughters, Phyllis (Mrs Frank Fancey), Upper Cornwall; Marie (Mrs
Douglas Richardson), Mahone Bay; Pauline MacLean, Elmwood; Vera Dixon,
Western Shore; three sons, Jack, Bridgetown; Ray, MacNab's Island;
Carroll, Upper Cornwall; 22 grandchildren; and 15 great grandchildren.
She was predeceased by her husband John; three daughters, Beatrice,
Janet and Freda; one infant son; five sisters, Ida, Edna, Annie, Alice,
Nora; three brothers, Arthur, Percy and Clyde. The body is in
Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral will be 2 pm Tuesday from
the Anglican Church in Union Square, Rev Gordon Rigby officiating, with
burial in Union Square Cemetery. Donations may be made to charity of
your choice. (CH of Mon, Oct 3 1983, pg 24)

[NI01971] "VIENOT","Joel E","D","1862-12-11",,"MBA",,"Newburn","13m"

[NI01972] "VIENOT","Joel Ezekiel","B","1861-11-21","1862-01-08","MBA",
"Joseph & Anna Eliz","Newburn",

[NI01973] St.John's Anglican Cemetery, New Germany



JODREY

Sarah Amanda 1885-1944

Jeanie Hazel 1916-1933

Alexander 1871- 1951


Mrs. Alex Jodrey 1944 Bridgewater Bulletin

Following a long and painful illness, borne with wonderful Christian patience, Sarah Amanda, the wife of Alex Jodrey, Stanley Section, Nova Scotia, passed peacefully away at her home on November 23 rd. She was 69 years of age and was born at New Cornwall , the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Demas Jodrey. Her warm hospitality always extended to friends and strangers, will remain a life long memory, of a good friend and neighbour. Surviving are the bereaved husband and seven daughters, Margaret (Mrs. Ress Robar), New Germany; Annie (Mrs. Murray Mader), Stanley Section; Sadie (Mrs. Robert Emeno), Simpson's Corner; Glennis (Mrs. Leo Simpson) ,also of Simpson's Corner; Lemeth (Mrs.Raymond Smith). U.S.A.;Olkive (Mrs. Ben Oxner), U.S.A.; Myrtle,at home. Three sons also survive, Joe and Charley, New Germany; Robert, Stanley Section. Thirty-five grandchildren and six great grandchildren also survive, also three brothers, Sidney and Elam of New Cornwall and Edward, of Mahone Bay; and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Dorey, Liverpool, and Miss Effie Jodrey, Manchester, New Hampshire. Three daughters, a son, and four brothers predeceased her.
The funeral was held on Saturday with interment in the Lakeside Cemetery. The service, which was largely attended, was conducted by the Rev. W.H. Chard, rector of St.John's Anglican Church, of which the late Mrs. Jodrey was a very faithful member. The floral tributes were many and beautiful.

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[NI01981] Veteran Fireman dies at 94 - Kentville- Frank Albert ARENBURG, 94, of Kentville, d died Tuesday in Blanchard Fraser Memorial Hospital, Kentville. Born in North River, Kings Co ., he was a son of the late George and Annie (VEINOT) ARENBURG. He was a veteran of the Kentville Volunteer Fire Department, with 47 years active service. He was an associate member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #6. Surviving are three daughters, Jennie (Mrs. Walter C LAMP), New Minas; Mona (Mrs. Frank EVERETT), Andover, N.B.; and Leona (Mrs. Victor HATFIELD), Calgary, Alta.; five sons, Charles, Robert and Frank, all of Kentville; Vernon, Dartmouth; an d Donald, Ontario; two sister, Sarah (Mrs. Henry BUTLER), North Alton, Kings Co.; Mrs. Jennie DeLONG, Kentville; 26 grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren, and two great-great grandchildren . He was predeceased by his wife, the former Ada KEDDY; a daughter, two sons, five sisters a and five brothers. The body is in the W. C. HILTZ Funeral Home, Kentville. Funeral service will be held Saturday at 2pm in St.James Anglican Church, Kentville. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery, Kentville. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Kentville Fire Department new pumper campaign.

[NI01984]

[NI02001] "VIENOT","James & Clara Anna","Mary Magdalene","1848-07-15","1849-05-05","MBA",,,"B"

[NI02002] "VIENOT","Lucy Ann","B","1850-07-04","1850-08-30","MBA","James & Clara Anna",,"Geo & Mary Magdalene & Lucy Ann Barry"

[NI02003] "VIENOT","James Caleb","B","1852-07-04","1853-05-15","MBA","James & Clara Anna",,"Jacob Naas & wife, Ann, Nelson Vienot"

[NI02004] Name spelled on Head Stone " Veino" in Bridgewater, Brookside Cemetery

[NI02018] A wooden cross is located at Calvary Lutheran Church Cemetery with her name on it, no dates

[NI02027] From the CD called "The People Of Western Kings County, Nova Scotia" by
John Dugan

Veinott Amos
Ina May (1879-1903)

References for:
-
Veinott Amos
Ina May (1879-1903)
Berwick Cemetery:
Nathan Daniels, 1859-1934.
Lottie, Wife of Nathan Daniels, 1871-1927,
George Rafuse, --1921,
his wife Mary Jane --1922.
Ina May wife of Amos Veinott, 1879-1903
...


Veino, Mrs. Amos, died at Berwick, 5 Nov 1903, d/o George Rafuse, age 25 years. [BR 12 Nov 1903].

[NI02030] "VIENOT","Zachariah","B","1855-01-07","1855-06-02","MBA","Joseph & Eliz A","New Germany

MARRIAGE LICENCE DEPARTMENT
# 23 Vienot Zachariah Pg. 173

[NI02033] The death of Titus Veinot occurred at the D.M. Hospital on Sunday afternoon, March 11, at the age of 69 years. Although in failing health for some time, his death came as a shock to his relatives and many friends. He had lived his entire life at New Burne, and was the son of the late Zachariah and Isabel (Ramey) Veinot. He was unmarried and leaves to mourn their loss two sisters; Gladys, Mrs. Randall Robar, at New Burne, and Edna, Mrs. Edna Penall, Halifax. Two brothers and four sisters predeceased him some years ago. He also leaves a number of nieces and nephews. The funeral service was held on Tuesday afternoon at the Anglican church at Union Square, of which he was a faithful member. The service was conducted by his pastor, Rev. W.R. Martell, of New Germany. The deceased was laid to rest in the Union Square cemetery. (hand written on obituary - 1951)


Rosemary Rafuse

[NI02038] WOODS, Barbara Josephine - 83, Halifax, died March 18, 1996, in the Halifax Infirmary. Born in Lunenburg County, she was a daughter of the late Frank and Edna (Veinot) Pennell. She was a former resident of Joseph Howe Manor for 15 years. Surviving are her husband, Harold; son, Wilfred, Halifax; sister, Violet Pennell, Gold River; three granddaughters; four great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by sisters, Frances Duncan, Annie Pennell, Helen Campbell, Christina Pennell; brothers, John, Joseph; grandson, Michael Woods. Cremation has taken place. Family will receive visitors 4-5 p.m. Saturday in Snow's Funeral Home, Windsor Street, where funeral will be 5 p.m. Saturday. In lieu of flowers, donations to Canadian Cancer Society.

[NI02041] PENNELL, Violet Theresa - 78, Gold River, Lunenburg Co., died April 14, 1996, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born at Beech Hill, Lunenburg Co., she was a daughter of the late Frank and Edna Mary (Veinot) Pennell. Surviving are niece, Mary (Mrs. Clem Kaizer), Gold River, with whom she resided; several other nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by sisters, Helen Campbell, Christine Pennell, Barbara Woods, Frances Duncan, Annie Pennell; brothers, John, Joseph. Cremation has taken place. Private memorial service will be held Wednesday in Davis Funeral Home, Chester, Rev. Joseph MacKinnon officiating. Burial at a later date. Donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia.

[NI02048] taken from Planters and Pioneers Nova Scotia, 1749 to 1775
author Dr. Esther Clark Wright Revised Edition by Justin Wentzell

ZWICKER, PETER (SWEEKER) LUNENBURG, MAHONE BAY
farmer, from Palatinate, gale, 1753,ae 36. m. Maria Magdalena
ch: Peter, Maria Magdalena, George Melchior, John George, Maria Barbara, Anna Barbara

[NI02052] Clyde Lenly Veinot 1998 Halifax Herald

VEINOT, Clyde Lenly - At Saint John Regional Hospital on Saturday, February 28, 1998, Clyde L. Veinot, Hatfield Point, N.B., age 77, husband of Geraldine Margaret (Steeves) Veinot. Surviving are his wife; daughter, Carol Anne and Walter (Skip) Masson, Saint John; son, Ross and Beverly, Springfield; grandchildren, Andrew and Angela Veinot, Springfield; Kimberly and Dan White, London, Ont.; Kevin Briggs, Scarborough, Ont.; great-grandson, Luke Alexander White; two stepdaughters; three stepsons; 11 step-grandchildren; two step-great-grandchildren; sister, Jennie Veino, Newburn; several nieces, nephews and cousins; special friend, Charles Whitenect. Predeceased by his first wife, Marion Belle (Earle) Veinot; sister, Elizabeth; and his buddies, Charlie Burrs, John Coleman, Burton Short and June Thorsen. Resting at Sherwood's Funeral Home, Norton, N.B., today from 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be held in Trinity Anglican Church, Springfield, Tuesday, March 3, 1998, at 11 a.m. Interment will be in Kiersteadville Cemetery in the spring. Memorial donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Canadian Cancer Society or memorial of donor's choice.

[NI02054] In the Book "Newburne Then and Now" Her name is listed as Marion Hatt

[NI02061] Betty died in a car- train accident at Cook's bridge near Bridgewater. Ernest & Elizabeth Sash died in the same accident" Betty" was 17 yrs. of age

Sach, Elizabeth Mabel - Hundreds of sorrowing friends gathered at Epworth United Church at New Germany on Friday afternoon, Sept. 19th, to pay their last respects to Elizabeth Mabel Sach and Betty Victoria Veinot, whose deaths resulted from injuries received in a car-train accident on Sept. 2nd., which also claimed the life of the former's brother, Ernest Sach. All three young people were popular in their home community and took active parts in all young people's work, being members of the Junior Choir, of the United Church and officers in the Young People's Union of the church. Elizabeth and Ernest were grade XI pupils of North Rosedale school and Betty was to have entered the Bridgewater Commercial School this fall. They will be sincerely missed by young and old alike. For the funeral service both caskets were placed before the flower banked alter, a profusion of beautiful tributes, expressing the deep sympathy of their many friends. Rev. P.B. Chisholm of Mahone Bay, conducted the service, assisted by Rev. Frank W. Lacey, of Riverport and Rev. Murdoch Fraser, of Brooklyn. Elizabeth Sach was buried beside her brother in the New Community Cemetery. Betty Veinot was also buried in the Sach lot. The committal service was conducted by Rev. P. B. Chisholm, assisted by Rev. Francis Scoates, of Blue Rocks, Rev. John MacDonald, Liverpool and Rev. MacQuarrie, of Port Mouton. The late Betty Victoria Veinot, who passed away at the D.M. Hospital, Bridgewater, on Tuesday Sept 9th, was born in Farmington 17 years ago, a daughter of the late Mrs. Nora Veinot. She leaves one half sister, Miss Jennie Veinot, of Newburn. for some years Betty had been a ward of Children's Aid Society and had lived at the home of Mrs. Henry Tretheway, New Germany, and was held in high esteem by everyone who knew her. The late Elizabeth Mabel Sach passed away on Wednesday morning, Sept. 10. She was the 15 year old daughter of Rev. and Mrs. George W. Sach, of New Germany, and was born in Makkovik, Labrador, where her parents were serving as Moravian missionaries. She spent four and one half years in England attending school where she won the tennis racquet of the school, emblematic of excellence in sports. She was also a talented musician. She came to New Germany three years ago when her parents came here from Jamaica to take up the duties at the United Church of Canada. She leaves her parents, one sister Margaret, 11 years old, and an aged grandmother in London.


Kathy Garber
www.nsobits.ca

[NI02062] Otis served in the Canadian Army Overseas during WW II, went back in the Army after the War and was stationed in Winnipeg for several years.
Taken from the Book " Newburne Then and Now " by Pauline Veinotte

The Chronicle Herald Thursday December 14, 2006

WILE, Otis Bennett - 87, Newburne, Lunenburg Co., passed away on Sunday, December 10, 2006, in the Veteran's Unit, Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg, where he had been residing. Born in Leminster, Hants Co., he was a son of the late Bennett and Mamie (Wile) Wile. He was a veteran of the Second World War, having served overseas. Surviving are son, Gary (Jane) Veino, Bridgewater; daughter-in-law, Betty Wile, Toronto; grandsons, Ryan and Jason Veino; sister, Phyllis Corkum, Middle Cornwall; brothers, Hugh (Clara) Wile, Martins River; Gerald (Arlene) Wile, Middle Cornwall. He was predeceased by his companion of over 50 years, Jennie Veino; son, Wayne Wile; sisters, Queene Levy, Marjorie Sawler. There will be no visitation or funeral service by personal request. A private interment will take place at a later date. No flowers please, donations to the Veteran's Unit of Fishermen's Memorial Hospital or a charity of choice. Arrangements entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Home, No. 4895 Route 10, New Germany, where on-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI02066] Halifax Herald 8/31/2000

BARRY, Richard Albert - 59, 69 Flamingo Cres., Bramalea, Ont., L6T 2G6, formerly of Maitland, Lunenburg Co., passed away at his home on Monday, August 28, 2000. Born in Bridgewater, he was the only son of the late Albert and Verlie (Veinotte) Barry. He was the beloved husband of Ada; loving father of Steven and Wayne, all of Bramalea; dear brother of Diane and husband Len Zwicker, Wileville. Funeral service will be held today at 11 a.m. in Scott Funeral Chapel, 289 Main St., N., Brampton, Ont. Interment will follow in Brampton Memorial Gardens. In loving memory of Richard, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, through Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater.

[NI02071] Gilbert Lee Veinotte 1997 Halifax Herald

VEINOTTE, Gilbert Lee - 83, Upper Cornwall, Lunenburg Co., died February 25, 1997, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Newburne, he was a son of the late Judson and Princetta (Veinotte) Veinotte. He was a member of New Cornwall United Baptist Church, Cornwall. He was a past employee of Bowater Mersey Paper Co., and Clarence Heisler & Son Boat builders, Indian Point. Surviving are his wife, the former Laura Grace Frank; son, Oran, Toronto, Ont.; five grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by half-brother, George. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral 1:30 p.m. Thursday in New Cornwall United Baptist Church, Rev. Brad Putnam and Rev. Barbara Putnam officiating. Burial in Cornwall Memorial Gardens, Cornwall. Family flowers only. Donations to any charity.

[NI02077]
WAGNER, Freda Mae - 84, Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay, formerly of Oakland, Lunenburg Co., died August 26, 2000, in the home. Born in Bakers Settlement, she was a daughter of the late Walter and Janie (Knox) Bolivar. Surviving are daughters, Helen Veinot, Beulah Veinot, Oakland; son, Aubrey Wagner, California; sisters, Hazel Bolivar, Bakers Settlement; brothers, Randolph Bolivar, Bakers Settlement; Leo Bolivar, Branch LaHave; five grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Albert Harris; an infant sister; brothers, Aubrey, Donald, Clyde, Byron. No visitation. Funeral 11 a.m. Friday in Mahone Funeral Home, 32 Parish St., Mahone Bay, Rev. Robert Rock officiating. Burial in Park Cemetery, Mahone Bay. Donations to Canadian Cancer Society or any charity.

[NI02081] twin to Diane

[NI02082] twin to Denise

[NI02092] never married

[NI02096] Lucinda married Edward Nauss and her younger sister, Susan married William Dorey on the same day. The double wedding was held in the Barss
Corner Baptist Chuch on June 30, 1867.

[NI02097] Hibbert Sidney was known in Newburne as "Young Hibbert". He did not grow up in Newburne as a boy, but was brought up elsewhere. About 1902 he returned to the site of the land in Newburne that had been willed to him by his father, and began to build to build a house near that of his stepfathers, John Stephen Ramey. He dug a well and a cellar, and had the lumber piled by the cellar. Then he died suddenly. ( This story was told by Howard Beck who remembered young Hibbert working at the site when he walked to school) There is no record of his burial, but there is a record of a person whose name was given as "Veno" and was buried by the Anglican clergyman in 1902. Whether the person was Young Hibbert is not known.
Taken from the Book "Newburne Then And Now" author Pauline M. Veinotte

[NI02104] The Chronicle Herald Mon, November 19th, 2007

SLAUENWHITE, Carl Everette - 96, New Germany, Lunenburg Co., passed away peacefully in Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay, on November 15, 2007. Born in Lower Northfield, Lunenburg Co., he was the fourth of 12 children born to Norman and Laura (Slauenwhite) Slauenwhite. Everette was dedicated to his family and friends, and loved his village of New Germany. His unwavering faith, humble spirit, and generous nature sustained him in life and made him a source of inspiration to all who knew him. A man of great integrity, he touched the hearts of everyone he encountered. His sense of humour and ability to recount stories of life in the early 20th century will continue to be passed on and remain in our memories forever. A loving son, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend, Everette will be sadly missed but never forgotten by those who will now become his memory keepers. He is survived by his children, Everette (Helen), New Germany; Gerald (Ernestine), Halifax; Harry (Geraldine), Lower Sackville; Betty Lou (Lindsay Jenkins), Watford, Lunenburg Co.; Donna (Stanley Veinot), Dartmouth; brother, Kendall, Stanley Section, Lunenburg Co.; nine grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. Everette was predeceased by his parents; his wife, Vivian Lorine (Dixon) Slauenwhite; infant daughter, Geraldine; brothers, Douglas, Joseph, John, Murray, and Eric; sisters, Elmore, Margaret, Helen, Phyllis, Beatrice; daughter-in-law, Paulette. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Home, New Germany. A memorial service in celebration of Everette's life will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, November 20, in Epworth United Church, Rev. Joan Conrad officiating. Following the service, a reception will be held in the church hall. A private interment will take place in Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, New Germany. Donations in Everette's memory may be made to the New Germany Medical Centre, Epworth United Church, or a charity of one's choice. The family would like to extend their sincere gratitude and appreciation to the very caring and supportive staff at Mahone Nursing Home and to the nurses and doctors who cared for him, so lovingly, while he was a patient at South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI02105] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 04/10/96
Category: News
Page: C3

SLAUENWHITE, Vivian Lorine - 85, Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany, died April 8, 1996, in the home. Born in Halifax, she was a daughter of the late Gamble and Edith (Hatt) Dixon. She was a member of Epworth United Church, New Germany. Surviving are her husband, C. Everette; daughters, Betty Lou (Mrs. Lindsay Jenkins), Watford, Lunenburg Co.; Donna (Mrs. Stanley Veinot), Dartmouth; sons, Everette Jr., New Germany; Gerald, Halifax; Harry, Lower Sackville; sister, Mary Freeman, Shelburne; nine grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by an infant daughter, Geraldine; sisters, Irene, Jean; brothers, George, Harry. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. Thursday in Epworth United Church, New Germany, Rev. Barry Dixon officiating. Burial in Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery. Donations to Epworth United Church, Rosedale Home for Special Care or New Germany and Area Medical Centre.

[NI02108] Ervin Perlie Veinotte 71, of West Northfield, passed away February 26, 2001 in the South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in West Northfield, he was the a son of the late Perlie and Flossie (Zinck) Veinotte. He is survived by his wife the former Marion Feener, sons Allen (Peggy) Veinotte; Kevin (Susan) Veinotte, all of West Northfield; daughters Nancy (Charles) Barkhouse, West Northfield; Norma (Terry) McLeod, Sheet Harbour; Jane (Gary) Veino, West Northfield; grandchildren, Cory, Ryan, Matthew, Jason, Amy, Jonathan, Jamie, Tyler, Neil and twins Mark and Luke; brother Lester (Pauline), West Northfield; sister Margaret (Laird) Arenburg, Truro. He was predeceased by brothers William, Clarence, Elwood in infancy. Visitation will be held 7-9 p.m. today, in Sweeny’s Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday in St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, West Northfield, Rev. Gloria McClure-Fraser assisted by Rev. Catherine Robar officiating. Burial in Maple Grove Cemetery, West Northfield. Family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to the South Shore Regional Hospital, Canadian Cancer Society, or to the charity of choice.

[NI02113]
Mary Kathleen Pennell 1997 Halifax Herald

Mary Kathleen Pennell, 66, Beech Hill, Lunenburg County, died Saturday, July 5, 1997, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Sydney, she was a daughter of the late Margarette (Fougere) Rogers. Surviving are daughter, Catherine (Mrs.Dale Myra), Beech Hill; grandhcildren, Lisa Marie Corkum, Windsor; Crystal Lee Myra-MacKenzie, Chester Basin; Shon Dwayne Myra, Gold River; Chad Morris Myra, Beech Hill; great-grandchildren, Baily Kathleen and Thomas Kale Corkum, both of Windsor;
Troy Stephen Myra and Jenna Lee MacKenzie, both of Chester Basin. Also surviving are aunt, Agnes Fougere, Havre Boucher and uncle, Anthony Brow, Dartmouth. She was prdeceased by her husband, John Pennell; two uncles and three aunts. No visitation by request. A private family memorial service will be held today, July 8, in Western Shore Cemetery, Rev. Michael Mitchell officiating. Donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society. Arrangements entrusted to Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay.

[NI02114] Murphy William M Head S Aug 12 1861 39
Murphy Susan F Mother W Jun 10 1842 58
Murphy Alfred M Brother S Jan 22 1875 26
Murphy John M Brother S Nov 3 1864 36
Murphy Annie F Sister S Sep 1 1877 3

Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Millville, KINGS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:36
Subdistrict Number:s
Archives Microfilm:T-6453

[NI02130] He was a meat cutter by trade, and also cooked on a number of scallop draggers. He was also a lighthouse keeper on Sable Island for two years.

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Tuesday, May 21, 2002 The Halifax Herald Limit

DOREY, Milton Vernon "Daurie" - 83, Conquerall Bank, Lunenburg Co., died May 19, 2002, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Walden, he was a son of the late Allen and Winnie (Veinotte) Dorey. He was a member of Redeemer Lutheran Church, Conquerall Bank. He served with the West Nova Scotia Regiment during the Second World War and was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 24, Bridgewater. He was a meat cutter by trade and also cooked on a number of scallop draggers. He was also a lighthouse keeper on Sable Island for two years. Surviving are sister, Bernice "Bunny" Hebb, Hebbville; a number of cousins. He was predeceased by his brother, Leaman; his friend and companion, Norman Rafuse. Visiting will be 7-9 p.m. Wednesday in R.A. Corkum Funeral Home, Wileville. A graveside service will be 11 a.m. Thursday in Brookside Cemetery, Bridgewater, Rev. William Gustafson officiating, assisted by Rev. Willis Ott. Family flowers only. Memorial donations to Multiple Sclerosis Society, Atlantic Division or any charity.

[NI02131] Leeman Leo Daurie 1949 Bridgewater Bulletin

The many friends of Leeman Leo Daurie were saddened to hear of his death which occurred at the N.S. Sanitorium, Kentville, early Wednesday evening, January 19. The deceased, beloved by all who knew him, had been a patient at the San for over two years, where he underwent several operations, with the ever sustaining hope that he would be restored to health. His sufferings at all times were borne with remarkable patience and Christain fortitude. His ready smile at all times wil live long in the hearts of many.
He was 29 years of age and was born at Walden, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Allen Daurie. The deceased, being of fine sterling character, was a member of the United Church. The funeral service was held on Saturday afternoon from Sweeny's Undertaking Parlours, and was largely attended by sorrowing relatives and friends. The service was conducted by Rev. Mr. Macintosh.The hymn, "The Old Rugged Cross," a favourite of Leeman's was sung. The part of the room where the body rested had been converted into an arbor of beautiful flowers, all of which bore silent tributes of love and respect.
The deceased is survived by a sister, Bunny, widow of the late Gordon Hebb; and one brother, Milton, both of whom reside in Bridgewater.
The body was laid to rest in Brookside Cemetery. Pall-bearers were Murray Silver, Joe Rudolph, Billie

[NI02132] Monday, March 21, 2005 The Halifax Herald Limited

HEBB, Bernice Sarah "Bunny" - 84, Hebbville, Lunenburg Co., died March 18, 2005, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Walden, she was the daughter of the late Allen and Winnie (Veinotte) Dorey. She was a member of the Bridgewater United Church. She was a volunteer for the Red Cross Blood Donor Clinic and a Girl Guide leader for many years. She was predeceased by her husband, Lieut. Gordon Hebb "Mickey", and brothers, Leaman and Milton Dorey. Cremation has taken place. There will be no visitation in the funeral home by request. A public graveside committal service will be held in Brookside Cemetery, Bridgewater, at a later date, Rev. Ivan Norton officiating, Rev. Willis Ott assisting. Donations in Bunny's memory may be made to the S.H.A.I.D. Tree Animal Shelter or Canadian Cancer Society. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater, where on-line condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI02133] was killed in WWll

[NI02134] ROBAR, Gladys - 94, New Germany, Lunenburg Co., formerly of Newburne, died March 5, 1997, in Rosedale Home, New Germany. Born in Newburne, she was a daughter of the late Zachariah and Isobel (Ramey) Veinotte. Surviving are daughter, Mary Bennett, Newburne; a granddaughter; four great-grandsons; a great-great grandson. She was predeceased by her husband, Randall; an infant son; sisters, Bessie, Edna, Annie, Lucy, Winnie; brothers, Titus, Judson, Hosea, one in infancy. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. Saturday in Pentecostal Church in the Pines, Newburne, Pastor Carmen Webb and Pastor Stephen Wade officiating. Burial in Upper Cornwall Cemetery. Donations to Pentecostal Church in the Pines or any charity.

[NI02162] Halifax Herald 4/5/1999

RAWDING, Grace Udarah - 86, Clementsport, died April 3, 1999, in Home Sweet Home Boarding Home, Princedale. Born in West Clifford, Lunenburg Co., she was a daughter of the late Joshua and Josephine (Oickle) Hirtle. She was employed for many years at CFB Cornwallis. Surviving are sons, Glen, Edmonton, Alta.; Elwood, Digby; daughter, Arvilla (Mrs. Lawrence Hogan), Kingston, Ont.; Jean Alberta, Halifax; 10 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; brother, Raymond, Northfield, Queens Co. She was predeceased by husband, Weldon Lloyd; son, Russell; brother, Harold; sister, Inez. No visitation by request. Funeral 2 p.m. Thursday in Robert L. Hall Funeral Home, Annapolis Royal, Rev. Randy Legassie officiating. Burial in Clementsport Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to Canadian Cancer Society.

[NI02170] The Chronicle Herald Thursday April 20, 2006

DEVEAU, Wilfred - 73, Clementsport, Annapolis Co., passed away April 15, 2006, following a tragic accident at home. He was a son of the late Thomas and Adele Deveau. Wilfred was a chef, first working in Cornwallis, Vietnam and New Brunswick. He is survived by his daughters, Cindy Deveau (Peter Hurst), Deep Brook; Chantell Deveau, Pembroke, Yarmouth Co.; son, Gary Deveau (Janice), Clementsport; sisters, Genevive Comeau, St. Alphonse; Isabelle Eisnor, Middleton; Lucille Khetak, Wellington; Delores LeBlanc (Nelson), Salmon River; Rose Jacquard, Yarmouth; Frances Upton (Doug), Yarmouth; brother, Lionel Deveau (June), Wellington; two grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. Wilfred was predeceased by his infant sister, Anna; brothers, Emile, Roger, and Edward. There will be no visitation by request. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Jayne's Funeral Home, Digby. A memorial service will be held in St. Vincent de Paul Parish, Salmon River, April 26, at 11 a.m. Donations in Wilfred's memory may be made to any charity.

[NI02174] Halifax Herald 1/8/1999

HIRTLE, Harold Roswell - 81, Deep Brook, Annapolis Co., died January 6, 1999, in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Bakers Settlement, he was a son of the late Joshua and Josephine (Oickle) Hirtle. He was a veteran of the Second World War and a retired service station operator. He was a member of the United Baptist church, Deep Brook, and was an avid card player, hunter and camper. Surviving are his wife, Marjorie (Ripley) Bacon; sons, Allister, Clementsport; Roger, Wilmot; stepson, Merlyn Bacon, Stroud, Ont.; 19 grandchildren; eight-great-grandchildren; sister, Grace Rawding, Clementsvale; brother, Raymond, Northfield. He was predeceased by stepson, Stanley Bacon; stepdaughter, Velma (Bacon) Counsell; sister, Inez Ringer. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Robert L. Hall Funeral Home, Annapolis Royal. Memorial service 2 p.m. Saturday in the United Baptist church, Deep Brook, Rev. Randy Legassie officiating. Family flowers only. Donations to Canadian Cancer Society or United Baptist Church, Deep Brook. "

[NI02185] OICKLE, Bert Russell - 84, River Philip, died Saturday, June 5, 2004, in Cumberland Regional Health Care Centre, Amherst. Born in West Clifford, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Percy and Bessie Mae (Thompson) Oickle. Bert was a veteran of the Second World War. In his early years, he worked at Cobequid Lumber Co., Brookfield Foods and Stanfield's. He was self-employed at Shady Rest from 1968 until his retirement in 1984. Bert was an avid card player of Auction 45's, who enjoyed his tractor, making sauerkraut, and good times with family and friends. He is survived by his wife, the former Louise Greeley; sons, Russell (Marie) and Donald (Sheila), both of Little River; Ronald (Donna), Oxford; Robert (Shannon), Roslin; daughters, Sandra (Fred) Ripley, Chignecto; Bette (Alton) McAloney, Mount Pleasant; 16 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; sister, Reta (Darrold) Kaluza, West Pugwash. He was predeceased by brother, Harry, and sister, Muriel. Visitation will be from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. today with funeral service 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 8, all in MacDiarmid's Funeral Home, 5075 Main St., Oxford (447-2930), Rev. Ken Thompson officiating. Interment to follow in Pine Grove Cemetery, Oxford. Donations made to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia would be appreciated. Condolences may be sent to: macdiarmid@eastlink.ca

[NI02231] OICKLE, Idella Mable - 88, East Dalhousie, Lunenburg County, died November 18, 1993, at home. Born in East Dalhousie, she was a daughter of the late Orbin and Devilla (Veinot) Lohnes. She was a member of St. Cyprian's Anglican Church, East Dalhousie. She is survived by five daughters, Lois (Mrs. Parker Tufts), Ida (Mrs. Donald Zinck), both of Lake Pleasant; Mary Legge, Nellie Benjamine, Eileen Oickle, all of East Dalhousie; brother, Albert, East Dalhousie; 12 grandchildren; 16 great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, William; an infant daughter, Lily; four sisters, Hanna, Annie, Delia, Lois; brother, Thomas; half brother, Lamont. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday in Langilles Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday in St. Cyprian's Anglican Church, Rev. Gordon Neish officiating. Burial will be in St. Cyprian's Cemetery. Donations may be made to St. Cyprian's Anglican Church.

1911 / Nova Scotia / Kings / 5 Dalhousie East poll district / page 5
Lohnes Idella F Daughter S Jul 1903 7

[NI02236] "FEINDEL","Hannah Mary","B","1869-08-21","Zebediah & Sophia","New Germany","1870-10-01",,"MBA"

[NI02242] CREEMER, George Murray - 96, Millville, Kings Co., died May 2, 1995, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Nicholsville, Kings Co., he was a son of the late George and Mehetable (Taylor) Creemer. He owned and operated his own mixed farm as well as worked as a lumberman and house painter. Surviving are his wife, the former Bernice Murphy; son, George, Millville; daughters, Myrtle (Mrs. Albert Corbin), Berwick; Ruby (Mrs. Glendon Trites), Jean Rafuse, Millville; Helen (Mrs. Wilfred Oickle), Aylesford; 18 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his first wife, Lillian Wagner; brothers, John, Nathan, Lewis, Lawrence; sisters, Annie, Effie, Elizabeth. Visitation 7-9 p.m. tonight, funeral 2 p.m. Friday, both in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick, Rev. Donald MacPherson officiating. Burial in Aylesford Union Cemetery. Donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or any charity.

[NI02247] The Chronicle Herald Mon, March 10th, 2008

OICKLE, Wilfred Seymore - 74, Aylesford, Kings Co., passed away Friday, March 7, 2008, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Middleton, Annapolis Co., he was a son of the late Gale and Marjorie (Beals) Oickle. Wilfred retired in 1985 after many years of employment at Larsens Packers, Berwick. Surviving are his wife, Helen B. (Creemer) Oickle; sons, Lewis (Susan) Oickle, Aylesford; Lawrence (Vicki) Oickle, Berwick; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; brother, Arnold (Rose) Oickle, Meadowvale; sister, Reta Selig, Edmonton, Alta. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by a brother, Everett Oickle. There will be visitation for Wilfred, 7-9 p.m. tonight in the H.C. Lindsay Funeral Home, 192 Commercial St., Berwick, NS B0P 1E0, (902-538-9900), from where the funeral service will take place 2 p.m. Tuesday March 10, Pastor Kay Dean D.M. officiating, with burial in the Aylesford Union Cemetery and a reception to follow in the Millville Community Hall. Donations in his memory may be made to the Kidney Foundation of Canada, Nova Scotia Branch or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia. Condolences may be e-mailed to: lindsayberwick@eastlink.ca or by visiting: www.hclindsayfuneralhome.ca

[NI02255] - Alfred R (1875-1942)
Aylesford Union Cemetery: same Tombstone:
Alfred R. Murphy, 1875-1942,
his wife Mary E. Acker, 1888-1979

[NI02271] MURPHY, John (Jack) Elwood - 75, Berwick , Kings Co., died August 16, 1995, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in South Berwick, he was a son of the late James and Jennie (Kirk) Murphy. He was a veteran of the Second World War, serving overseas from 1941-45 as a gunner with the Royal Ack Ack Battery. He was wounded in action. He was a life member and past president of Royal Canadian Legion, Ortona branch, 69, Berwick; and a member of the Veteran's Club. He had served with the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires. He had been an avid sportsman particularly in baseball and hockey and had played with the Berwick Apple Kings and coached women's softball teams. He owned and operated a garage and restaurant in South Berwick and was formerly employed with M.W. Graves Company. He retired as foreman from the Department of Highways. Surviving are his wife, the former Marjorie (Marj) Kelley; daughters, Sharon (Mrs. Bob Trefry), Kentville; Jacqueline (Mrs. Gary Roop), South Berwick; brother, Stewart, Berwick; four grandchildren, Kellie and Kevin Trefry, Jennifer and Jonathan Roop. He was predeceased by two infant sons; sister, Margaret; brother, Hartley. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, legion service 7 p.m. tonight and funeral 2 p.m. Friday all in W. C. Hiltz Funeral Parlour, Kentville, Rev. Fred Hinxman officiating. Private family burial in Berwick Cemetery. No flowers by request. Donations to the Lung Association or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia.

[NI02275]
Leon Robert Veinot Bridgewater Bulletin

The community of New Albany, Annapolis County, and surrounding area was saddened to hear of the sudden passing on Sunday, October 13th, of Leon Robert Veinot at his home here. Mr. Veinot was born in Bridgewater 84 years ago, son of the late David and Agnes Veinot. At an early age his family moved to New Albany to reside. In 1913 he married the former Annie Mabel Madicraft who predeceased him in 1957.
Of Christian character, he was a member of the United Church in Lawrencetown and was a lumberman all his life from which occupation he retired in 1957. He was also a councillor for the Municipality of Annapolis for 12 years.
He is survived by two daughters and three sons: Vivian and Lillian (Mrs. Milton Spinney), Kingston; Clyde, Middleton; Garfield, Kentville; Garnet, New Albany; also one sister, Vida (Mrs. Arch Medicraft); and one brother, Clyde, both of New Albany. One son, Robert, and a brother, Ralph, who lived in Lawrence, Mass., predeceased him. He is also survived by fourteen grandchildren and ten great grandchildren.
Funeral services took place on Tuesday, October 15, at 2 p.m. from the New Albany Church with Rev. Fred Archibald officiating, with interment in Pine Grove Cemetery, New Albany.
Pallbearers were Vernon Veinot, Donald Veinot, Gordon Medicraft, and Lewis Naugler.

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Leon Robert Veinot - of New Abany Annapolis County died at his home following a brief illness, he was 84. He was born in Bridgewater, son of the late David and Agnes Veinot. In 1890 he moved to New Albany district and resided there all his life. He married Annie Medicraft in Middleton in 1913 and was predeceased by her in 1957. He was engaged in the lumbar business from which he retired in 1957. He was a councillor for the Municipality of Annapolis for 12 years and was a member of the United Church, Lawrencetown. He is survived by two daughters, Lillian, (Mrs Milton Spinney) and Vivian, both of Kingston and three sons, Clyde of Middleton , Garfield, Kentville and Garnet, New Albany; an infant son, Robert predeceased him. He is also survived by one sister, Vida (Mrs Arch Medicraft), New Albany; a brother Clyde, also of New Albany. A Brother Ralph of Lawrence Mass. Predeceased him, also surviving are 14 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Funeral service was from the New Albany Church conducted by Rev. Fred Archibald. Interment was at Pine Grove Cemetery.

[NI02276] Sarah Agnes Veinot, died 1934 in West Northfield, Lunenburg County

Item can be found in Registration Year: 1934 - Book: 161 - Page: 337 - Number:

[NI02305] Indian Brook Cemetery,Watord

VEINOTT
James A. 1852-1929
Emma M. 1849-1894
Lettia Z. 1856-1931


James Veinotte 1929 Progress Enterprise

On August 19th, James Veinotte, an aged resident of Watford, passed away at his home after a long illness. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jared Veinotte and was born at Bridgewater 77 years ago. Of this family of nine children, two brothers and a sister are now living. The brothers are Stephen
of Bridgewater and William of New Germany and the sister is Mrs. Martha Wilson of Brighton, Mass. By his marriage to Miss Emma Moore of Watford in early life he had three sons, Eugene, Lorne, and Trueman and two daughters, Jessie, wife of Clarence Grimes and Belle, residing in Worcester, Mass. His
second marriage was to Mrs. Letitia Zinck of Rose Bay who survives with one daughter, Miss Mable, at home.
He was a member of the United Church and the funeral service on Friday afternoon, August 23rd, was conducted by Rev. Colin MacRae with interment in the cemetery at Indian Brook.

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Veinot James M Head M 1855 45
Veinot Letitia F Wife M Dec 13 1857 43
Zinck Adina F Daughter S Dec 9 1881 19
Veinot Mabel F Daughter S Jan 4 1898 3
Veinot Truman M Son S May 14 1879 21
Veinot Lorne M Son S Dec 26 1881 19
Veinot Bell F Daughter S May 31 1884 16
Veinot Eugene M Son S May 27 1887 13
Veinot Jessie F Daughter S Apr 12 1891 9


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Barss Corner, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:b
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

[NI02307] Mark Marshall Veinot 1980 Bridgewater Bulletin

Mark Marshall Veinot, 75, of 45 Walnut Street, Bridgewater, passed away on Friday, May 9, at the Dawson Memorial Hospital.
Born in Bridgewater, he was the son of the late Robert and Amanella (Hebb) Veinot.
He was service manager at the former Rafuse Motors Limited in Bridgewater.
Surviving are his wife,the former Olive Lohnes; a daughter, Marcia, at home; a son, Robert, Sudbury, Ontario; a granddaughter, Jessie, at home; a sister ,Mrs. Marguerite Lonergan, Worcester, Mass.; and two brothers, Arthur, Worcester, Mass.; and Harris, Waltham, Mass.
He was predeceased by a sister and two brothers.
The body rested at Sweeny's Funeral Home. Funeral service was held Monday, May 12, at 11 a.m. from Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Bridgewater, with Rev. W. Eric Ingraham and Rev. Brian Hutchins officiating. Burial was in the family plot, Brookside Cemetery, Bridgewater.
Pallbearers were Paul Bruhm, Earl Bushen, Harold Lantz, Murray Schnare, Roy Selig, and Gerald Veinot.

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[NI02308] Monday, August 26, 2002 The Halifax Herald Limited

VEINOT, Olive Rebecca - 96, Bridgewater, passed away peacefully August 24, 2002, in Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany. Born in Rhodes Corner, Lunenburg Co., she was a daughter of the late Reuben and Freelove (Mulock) Lohnes. She was a member of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Bridgewater; past member of the A.C.W. and honorary member of the Bridgewater Women's Institute. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. She is survived by her daughter, Marcia, Bridgewater; son, Robert, Sudbury, Ont.; granddaughter, Jessie, Victoria, B.C.; a niece and two nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Mark M. Veinot; sisters, Carrie and Reta. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. today in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Tuesday in Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Bridgewater, Father Robert Coote officiating. Burial will follow in Brookside Cemetery, Bridgewater. Family flowers only. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany, S.H.A.I.D Animal Shelter or a charity of your choice. Online condolences at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI02309] VEINOT, Robert J. - 73, Sudbury, Ont., passed away in St. Joseph's Health Center on February 9, 2004. Born in Bridgewater, he was the son of the late Mark and Olive (Lohnes) Veinot. He is survived by his daughter, Jessica, Victoria, B.C.; sister, Marcia, Bridgewater; cousins. He was predeceased by his wife, Audrey (MacMillan); an infant daughter. Cremation has taken place. Memorial donations may be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or a charity of choice through Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. A graveside service will be held in Prince Edward Island at a later date.

[NI02310] Mrs. Robert J.Veinot 1963 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death of Audrey, wife of Robert J. Veinot, of Bridgewater, occurred suddenly at home, on Monday, November 4th, at Fairview, P.E. Island. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allison MacMillan and was in her 33rd. year. She had been associated with the Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture for several years and had held the position of Director of 4-H Club work. Prior to that she had also served as assistant agriculture representative for Inverness, and Queens-Lunenburg Counties. During her stay in Bridgewater she had made many friends, who were saddened by her early death.
Besides her husband, she is survived by an infant daughter, Jessie Rebecca, born October 24th.; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allison MacMillan; and one sister, Peggy (Mrs. Wallace MacKenzie),all of Prince Edward Island.
Following a private service at the home for the family, the funeral was held on November 8th., from the New Dominion United Church, where the service was conducted by Rev.Isaac Walls, assisted by Rev.A.S.
Weir. The solo, "Some Day He'll Make it Plain" was sung by Sterling Inman.
Honourary pall bearers were : Mr. Justice George J .Tweedy, Hon. Leo Rossiter, Hon. Andrew B. MacRae, Hartwell Daley, Stewart Wright, Reid Sangster, Andrew Likely, T.D.DeBlois, Brig. W.W. Reid, Eugene Cullen, and Robert Parent. Active pall bearers were: David MacLean, David Peacock, Francis McIsaac, Ivor Burdett, Keith Taylor,and Thomas Murphy. Flower bearers were: John McEwen, Walter Currie, Raymond McIsaac, Fred Norton, John Skinner, Donald WonNacott, Louis McIsaac, George Campbell, Terrence Alcorn, and June McIsaac.
Attending the funeral services in a body were the Business and Professional Women, member of the Church Session, and the Department of Agriculture.
The profusion of floral offerings were silent tribute to the memory of one who was loved and respected by a wide circle of Maritime friends. Interment was in the New Dominion Cemetery.

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[NI02320] The sudden passing on July 8th of James Elkanah Veinot, of West Dublin, at the home of his son Enos at Clearland, with whom he has made his home since the death of his wife, Janet Augusta, came as a great shock to his family, relatives and friends. Mr. Veinot was born on September 28th, 1874, the son of the late Asaph and Augusta Veinot, of Conquerall Mills, Lun. Co. He spent his early years there, later taking up residence in West Dublin. After the death of his wife, he moved to Clearland. He is survived by one son, Enos; a daughter Vida (Mrs. Herbert Manthorne), of Liverpool, N.S., and Myra (Mrs. Avald Corkum), of Mt. Pleasant, Lun. Co. His wife, a brother Enos and sister Lora predeceased him. He was a devoted member of St. John's Anglican Church, West Dublin, at which the funeral service was held at 2:30 Monday afternoon, July 11th, Rev. Mr. Jeffreys officiating. Interment was in the family lot at the West Dublin Cemetery. (hand written on obit - 1955)

[NI02323] Enos R Veinot - Marriott's Cove - Enos R Veinot, 64, of Marriott's Cove, died Sunday at his home. Born at West Dublin, Lunenburg County, he was the son of the late James and Janet (Bushen) Veinot. He was employed for forty years with the Nova Scotia Power Commission and was a member of Empire Lodge IOOF #109, Petite Riviere. He is survived by his wife, the former Kathleen Lantz; one daughter Janet (Mrs Leslie Ayer), Victoria, BC; two step daughters, Patricia (Mrs Wallace Zwicker), Halifax; and Shella (Mrs David McVay), Toronto; two sisters, Vida (Mrs Herbert Manthorne), Liverpool; and Myra (Mrs Evard Corkum), Mount Pleasant; two step grandchildren. The body is at Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater, where funeral service will be held Wednesday at 2 pm, Rev James Hicks officiating. Burial will be in Mount Pleasant United Church cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Bonny Lea Farm or any charity. (CH of Tue, Feb 22 1977, pg 26)

[NI02324] Myra Augusta Corkum - 82, of Mount Pleasant, Lunenburg County, passed away on Sept. 9, 2001 in Fisherman’s Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. She was born in West Dublin on Sept. 30, 1918. She was a daughter of the late James and Jennie (Bushen) Veinot. She was a member of West Side United Church in Pentz; also an honorary life member of the Canadian Bible Society and a life member of the United Church Women. She was a Registered Nurse, a graduate of the Halifax Infirmary School of Nursing, class of 1942, and for many years practiced Nursing at the Halifax Infirmary and Dawson Memorial Hospital in Bridgewater. She leaves behind several nieces and nephews and was predeceased by husband Evard, brother Enos and sister Vida Manthorne. Cremation has taken place. A celebration of Myra’s life will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 2nd, 2001, at 2 PM., at West Side United Church, Pentz. A private graveside service will be held in Mount Pleasant prior to the memorial. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to be made to any charity. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Sweeny’s Funeral Home, Bridgewater.






[NI02325] The Chronicle Herald Wednesday March 21, 2007

MANTHORNE, Herbert Kitchener - 93, Liverpool, died March 19, 2007. It is with great sadness that the family announce the passing of their dear father, loving grandfather and proud great-grandfather in Parkstone Enhanced Care, Halifax. Born October 25, 1914, in Port Medway, Queens Co., a son of the late Charles and Robina (Parke) Manthorne. Throughout his life his love and devotion to family, friends and Liverpool Baptist Church were clearly demonstrated. His love of skating and his skill at doing so made him a popular figure on the ice over the years and much in demand as a skating partner. An avid Ham Radio operator early in life, he was known as "VEIABB" and his voice was well-recognized over the air waves until the loss of his eyesight in his 80s. He is fondly remembered by many who joined up with him for his annual trek along the shores of Lake Rossignol to harvest cranberries. Sharing this tradition with so many friends and family was a highlight of his life, his last trip at the age of 90. Demonstrating a passionate interest in his birthplace, his mind was a wealth of information to those seeking and documenting Port Medway history and genealogy. His collections and mementos were so precious to him, sharing them with so many others until the sudden loss of his sight which changed his life so dramatically. Known to so many friends as "Herb", he became so much a part of the Liverpool scene as he faithfully walked across town to join his many friends at McDonald's for their daily coffee and friendship sessions. He truly loved the feelings of warmth that he felt from the McDonald's employees and his wonderful caring friends. A special thank you to all of you - you know who you are. His trusted companion, his harmonica, was always with him and he loved playing for so many people. Moving to Liverpool, as a young man he started working at Thompson Bros., Steel and Engines, Rossignol Sales and Service and then with Rossignol Sales (GM Dealership) until his retirement as Stock Room Manager in 1980. His active participation in Ground Search and Rescue presented him with many challenges over the years, enabling him to use his skills as a Ham Radio operator to assist others within the organization. He is survived by his daughter, Bette Ann (Jim) Wigglesworth, Halifax; son, David (Sheila) Manthorne, Dartmouth; grandchildren, Tara Lee Hines, Todd Wigglesworth, Shelley and Jill Manthorne; great-grandchildren, Kali and Rees Hines, Justin and Logan Wigglesworth. Also surviving are sister-in-law, Evelyn Manthorne, and many very special nieces and cousins. Our father was predeceased by our mother, Vida (Veinot) Manthorne, and by his brother, Charles Eric Manthorne. A memorial service will be held at a later date. A private family interment will be held in Greenwood Cemetery, Port Medway. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to Liverpool United Baptist Church or the charity of choice. On-line condolences may be made at: www.chandlersfuneral.com

[NI02328] VEINOT, Susan Dunlap, age 91 years, late of Regina, Saskatchewan, formerly
of Riverport, passed away on October 31, 2004 with her daughter, Janet and
her nephew, Dwight Clarke at her side.
Born at Halfway Brooke, Colchester County, she was the daughter of the late
Hugh and Emma (Burris) Campbell. She graduated from the Nova Scotia Normal
College. Her teaching career spanned 37 years, mostly in Lunenburg County.
She was a member of the UCW, the Rebekah Lodge and the Retired Teachers'
Association.
Surviving are her daughter, Janet Ayer, Regina; her brother, Hugh (Betty)
Campbell, Montreal; her sister-in-law, Winnie Campbell, Brookfield,
Colchester County; brother-in-law, Herbert Manthorne, Liverpool; as well as
many nieces, nephews and their families. She was predeceased by her
brothers, Ralph, Burris and William; sisters, Jane, Ruth and Marion; and
Janet's father, Enos Veinot.
A Memorial Service was held in Lakeview United Church, Regina, SK on
Thursday, November 4, 2004 at 3:00 p.m. Arrangements in the care of Speers
Funeral Chapel and Crematorium Services, Regina. A memorial service is also
planned for Spring 2005 at Trinity United Church, Rose Bay with interment of
ashes at Brookside Cemetery, West Dublin. Flowers gratefully declined.
Friends and family wishing to make donations in memoriam, may do so to
Trinity United Church, Rose Bay or to the charity of their choice.
Condolences to the family may be e-mailed to
reception@speersfuneralchapel.com

[NI02332] The Chronicle Herald Tuesday December 12, 2006

AULENBACK, Olive Valerie - 87, formerly of Auburndale, passed away on December 10, 2006, in Harbour View Haven, Lunenburg. Born in Baker Settlement, she was a daughter of the late Howard and Etta (Garber) Veinot. A member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Bridgewater, she was an avid gardener, and had an abiding love of children throughout her life. She is survived by her children, Phyllis (Everett) Ward, Prince George, B.C.; Betty Lou (Randall) Smith, Lower Branch; Lauren (Donna) Aulenback, Auburndale; Janet James, Dartmouth; Robert (Elizabeth) Aulenback, Auburndale; Sherri Aulenback, Auburndale; grandchildren, Susan Ward, Lynda (Lloyd) Rash, Tammy Ernst, Michelle Ernst, Andrew Aulenback, Jennifer (Tony) Gulliver, Adam Aulenback; great-grandchildren, Jason and Joshua Rash, Kaleigh and Kameron Gulliver; great great-grandchild, Izabelle Rash; sister, Betty Norwood. She was predeceased by her husband of 50 years, Fletcher Aulenback; sisters, Ethel, Adelia, and Laura. There will be no visitation at the funeral home by request. A private family interment will be held in Baker Settlement Cemetery, Rev. Paul Jensen officiating. Family flowers only. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia or a charity of your choice. A heartfelt thank you to the very special caregivers at Harbour View Haven. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Home Bridgewater, where on-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI02336] Veinot William M Head M Aug 31 1845 55
Veinot Mary F Wife M Feb 8 1850 51
Veinot Charles M Son S Jan 6 1875 26
Veinot Etta F Daughter S Jun 2 1878 22
Veinot Arthur M Son S May 6 1880 20
Veinot Salvanus M Son S Jan 6 1873 18
Veinot Lottie F Daughter S Dec 27 1884 16
Veinot Elnor F Daughter S Oct 10 1887 13
Veinot Saphire F Mother W Jul 10 1816 84
Harrington Charles M Domestic S Jun 1 1860 40


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Brookfield, SHELBURNE & QUEENS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:40
Subdistrict Number:t
Archives Microfilm:T-6456

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1911 Census of Canada
Home / 1911 / Nova Scotia / Shelburne and Queens / 24 Brookfield

Veinot William Pleasant River M Head M Aug 1855 55
Veinot Adelia F Wife M Feb 1851 60
Veinot Salvenson M Son S Aug 1888 22
Veinot Salter F Daughter S Dec 1884 26
Fancy Harold M Servant S ? 1889 22
Frauzel Minnie F Servant S Mar 1898 12

[NI02357] Tuesday, January 26, 1932 Bridgewater Bulletin
Emmanuel Veinotte
NEW ROSS, Jan 20.
A highly esteemed respected citizen in the person of Emmanuel Veinotte,
died at his residence, on Sunday evening after a few months illness, at
the age of eighty-eight years. Deceased is survived by his widow, one
daughter, Mrs Thomas Parker, of Berwick and 3 sons, Michael, of
Aaldersville; Richard of Mill Road and Lindsay at home; and 3
grandchildren who, one of which Frank Barkhouse lived at the home of the
deceased since his parents were killed in the explosion at Halifax in
1917.
The funeral took place from his late residence to St Augustine of
Hippo Church, at the Forties. The services being by Rev P. G. Corbin,
B.A., of New Ross. Interment took place in the church cemetery at
Forties. Deceased was a member of the Church of England.

[NI02359] 1901 CENSUS OF LUNENBURG COUNTY, NOVA SCOTIA
37 Lunenburg District Z New Ross (Partial) Page 17

Veniot, Eniour M Head M 28 Feb 1855 46 French
Agnis F Wife M 01 Sep 1860 40 English
Clarence M Son S 14 Jul 1878 22 French
Edward M Son S 29 Jul 1883 17 French
Weselly M Son S 14 Mar 1887 14 French
Francis M Son S 22 Sep 1888 12 French
Bucher M Son S 07 Feb 1890 11 French
Elsie F Daughter S 14 Mar 1894 7 French
Lawrance M Son S 01 Aug 1896 4 French
Rosie F Daughter S 07 Jun 1898 2 French
Guy M Son S 1-Mar-00 1 French


James Enos Veniot
New Ross, Sept. 12 - The death took place suddenly of James Enos Veniot, on Tuesday afternoon, Sept.1, at the home of his son Wesley, after a few weeks illness, at the age of eight-four years. Deceased lived here all his life, and was the last of his immediate family. there survives seven sons and four daughters; Lawrence and Beecher of New Ross, Howard and Wesley of Forties, Clarence of Berwick, Edward of Factorydale, Frank of Lawrence, Mrs. Edward Reeves of New Ross, Mrs. Austin Brown of Forties, Elsie of Lexington,Mass., and Mrs. Norwood of Baker's Settlement; also fifty- five grandchildren and thirty- nine great-grandchildren.

Taken from the Hiltz Book compiled by Vernon S. Keddy

[NI02360] St. Matthew's Lutheran Cemetery, Newburne

RAMEY
Harold Borden 1901-1961
Lela Lucretia 1920-1983

Harold Borden Ramey 1961 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death of Harold (Harry) Borden Ramey occurred at his home in Maplewood on Sunday, July 2, 1961, at the age of 60 years. He was the son of Josiah and Emma (Joudrey) Ramey and lived most of his life at Maplewood except for
short periods of time spent in the United States and in Western Canada.
Left to mourn the loss of a loving husband and father are his wife, the former Lela Wentzell; a son, Nelson; and a daughter, Dianne, all at home.
Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs.Winnie Erickson of Worcester, Mass.; and Annie , Mrs. Manson Spidle of Mader's Cove; a brother, Perley of Mexico, Maine; and a large number of nephews and nieces. A brother, Robert
and a sister, Grace (Mrs. Nelson Myers) of California predeceased him.
Funeral services were conducted at Newburne in St.Matthew's Lutheran Church, of which the deceased was a faithful member, on July 5 by his pastor, Rev. Glen O'Connor, who spoke comforting words to the bereaved using the text,
Matthew 5: 3-9. "Just As I Am," favourite of the deceased, "The Lord's My Shepherd" and "When The Roll is Called Up Yonder" were sung by the church choir, assisted by members of the Baptist Church Choir of Parkdale.
Pall bearers were six nephews, Olin Spidle, Beecher Spidle, Duncan Spidle, Everette Wentzell, Eldred Wentzell, and Lee Wentzell.

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[NI02367] Mrs. Amy (Thomas Norwood (no year) Bridgewater Bulletin

In the early hours of March 20, at the Civic Hospital, Halifax, there passed
peacefully to rest, Mrs. Amy Norwood at the age of 89 years and 8 month
She was the daughter of the late Amos and Agnes (Corkum) Veinot of New Ross
and lived all her married life in Baker Settlement, except for the past
three years spent with her daughter, Mrs. Hazen Veno, at Halifax, who, with
her family, tenderly cared for her mother during several months illness,
prior to her death.
As long as health permitted, she was active in church and community affairs.
Being of a loving and sunny nature, she will be missed, not only by her
family and relatives, but by a host of friends, to whom she was lovingly
referred to as "Nanna Norwood."
Left to mourn the loss of a good mother are four daughters, Flo (Mrs.Ernest
Wentzell) of Watertown, Mass.; Daisy (Mrs. Harry Kells) of Webster, Mass.;
Sadie (Mrs. Harry Goudey) of Yarmouth; and Marian (Mrs.Hazen Veno) of
Halifax; five sons, Clement and Robert of Dartmouth; Warren of West
Clifford; and Donald and Guy of Baker Settlement; twenty-four grandchildren;
thirty-nine great grandchildren; and three great great grandchildren.
Also surviving are two sisters, Elsie (Mrs. Fred Horton) of Reading, Mass.;
Roxie (Mrs. Austin Brown) of New Ross; four brothers, Wesley of Kingston;
Frank of Lawrencetown; Laurence of Sweet's Corner; and Howard of Westo
Ontario. She was predeceased by her husband; a daughter, Cora; one sister,
and seven brothers.
Funeral service was held on Sunday at St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Baker
Settlement, of which she was a member. Rev. Scharf of Halifax spoke
comforting words to the bereaved, taking as his text Psalm 23, verses 1 and
4, a favourite passage of the deceased. Hymns sung were "The Lord's My
Shepherd" and "Nearer My God to Thee."
Pallbearers were six of Nanna's young friends, Steven Penney, Malcolm
Veinot, Philip Seamone, Brian Crouse, and Wayne and Garry Meisner. Interment
was in the family plot in the Baker Settlement Cemetery.

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[NI02372] Ivan Eugene Patterson is listed on stone in Fairview Cemetery ,Lawrencetown, Annapolis Co; NS

[NI02374] Halifax Herald 5/24/2004

VEINOTT, Gerald Francis - 73, Brickton, died May 22, 2004, in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Lawrencetown, he was the son of the late Francis and Olivia (Oickle) Veinott. He was employed at the Lawrencetown Post Office for 36 and a half years. Surviving are his wife, the former Sadie Thompson; sons, Wayne (Crystal), Bridgetown; Keith (Patricia) and Kevin (Heather), both of Lawrencetown; grandchildren, Grace and Emma, Bridgetown; Brittany and Courtney, Lawrencetown; Leah, Lawrencetown; Ashley and Kristen, Truro. He was predeceased by half-brother, Ivan Patterson. Memorial service 2 p.m. Tuesday in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home, Middleton, Rev. Judith Perry officiating. Interment in Fairview Cemetery, Lawrencetown. Donations to Canadian Cancer Society, Lawrencetown United Church or a charity of choice. On-line condolences to: roopfh@ns.sympatico.ca

www.nsobits.ca

[NI02375] Beecher W. Veinotte. 83, of Centre. Lunenburg County, died March 8th, following an accident about ten miles east of Liverpool. He had resided with his daughter, Pauline, for several years. Born in New Ross, he was a son of the late Enos and Agnes Veinotte. He is survived by four daughters, Beatrice (Mrs. Howard Doherty), Grafton, Kings County; Edna (Mrs. John Gale), North Sydney; Pauline (Mrs. Bernard
Keizer), Centre, Lunenburg County; and Carolyn; four sons, Otis, Second Peninsula; Frederick, Danesville, Queens County; Earl and Douglas, Bridgewater. Also surviving are three sisters, Amey (Mrs. Thomas Norwood), Baker Settlement; Elsie, United States; Roxie (Mrs. Austin Brown), New Ross; four brothers, Wesley, Annapolis Valley; Lawrence, Windsor; Howard, Ontario; Frank, Lawrencetown; sixteen grandchildren and twenty-eight great grandchildren.
He was predeceased by his first and second wives; two sons; five brothers, and a sister. The funeral was held at 1:30 p.m. at St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay. Rev. William Dye officiated. Burial took place at St. Augustine Cemetery,
Forties.


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[NI02376] All are from the disks that I
bought from the Kings Co. Gen. Soc.
Via E-Mail from Bob Hounsell (Jan.6 2005)
Arthur A Veinott b. 1883 d. 1942 bur. Kingston
North Cem., Kings Co., NS h/o Ethel Vera Gates

[NI02378] Lawrence L. Veinot (no year) Halifax Herald

Lawrence Leslie Veinot, 86, of Sweets Corner died Thursday in Hants Community Hospital, Windsor.Born in New Ross, he was a son of the late Enos and Agnes (Corkum) Veinot.
He is survived by two daughters, Jean (Mrs. Bert Galley), Windsor; Nita (Mrs. Murvell Gates), Sweets Corner; two sons, Murray, Sweets Corner; Beacher, Three Mile Plains; a sister, Elsie (Mrs. Fred Horton), Reading, Mass.; a brother, Howard, Stewiacke; 17 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
He was predeceased by his wife, the former Jessie Leopold; a son, Ray; three sisters, Roxey, Amy and Ella; nine brothers, Wes, Frank, Beacher, Clarence, Joseph, Otis, Edward, Harold, and Guy.The body is in R.D. Lindsay's Funeral Home, Windsor, where the funeral will be 2 p.m. Saturday, Rev. E.E. Hill officiating, with burial in Ste. Croix Cemetery, Ste. Croix.
Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or any charity.

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[NI02385] Lauris Elmer Oikle changed his name to Lawrence Oickle after moving to USA and remarrying and having another family.
(Source) Tracy Elizabeth(Oikle)MacMillan

[NI02391] Thursday, November 25, 1999 The Halifax Herald Limited

OIKLE, Mary Edna - 85, Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay, Lunenburg Co., died November 21, 1999, in the home. Born in Windermere (near Berwick), she was the youngest daughter of the late John and Ella (Borden) Powers. Married to Emerson Earl Oikle on June 10, 1937, she lived in Hantsport where she made strawberry
boxes for Hantsport Fruit Basket Co. (Murray's Mill). The summer cottage at Green Bay (Petite Riviere Bridge) became her last residence. Edna graduated from Mario's School of Hair Design and set up a summer hairdressing service in her living room for visitors and tourists. During the winter months, Edna traveled to Miami, Fla. and was employed as a switchboard operator for two hotels, including the Fountanblue. Upon
retirement, Edna devoted her life to her grandchildren, the flower and vegetable gardens enjoyed by many of the community. Crochet afghans and handcrafts occupied many winter hours. She is survived by her only child, Marilyn (Sydney) Furzeland, Newport Station; sisters, Nina Boyd, Deland, Florida; Angie Patterson, Dartmouth; Elsie Chase, Kingston; seven nieces; six nephews; five grandsons; two granddaughters; one great-granddaughter. She was predeceased by her husband, Emerson Oikle; sister,
Mildred Burbidge; brother, Vernon Powers; niece, Marjorie Auchteronie; nephews, Ivan Patterson, Elmer Oikle. Cremation has taken place. No visitation by family request. Memorial service 11 a.m. Saturday, in R.A. Corkum Funeral Home, Wileville, Rev. Hugh McNally officiating. Celebration of life to be held April 2000, in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg Co. Family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice.

[NI02405] Mrs. Mary Joudrey 1945 Bridgewater Bulletin

After a prolonged illness, the death of Mary Jane Joudrey, widow of Thomas Joudrey, occurred Wednesday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Francis S. Durga, 450 Main Street, Norwich, Mass.
Born in Nova Scotia in 1867, the daughter of William and Eleanor Whynott Oickle, she has lived in this country for the past several years, moving to Norwich about twelve years ago. She held membership in Christ Episcopal Church.
A devoted mother, Mrs. Joudrey is survived by the following children: Mrs. Caulder Freeman of Somerville, Mass.; Mrs. James Fenna of Plainfield, N.J.; Mrs. Frank F. Walsh of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia; Mrs. Robert Whynott of Liverpool, Nova Scotia; Mrs. Oscar Walker, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Mrs. Perkins Harding, Milton, Nova Scotia; Stewart Whynott, Halifax; Miss Mona Joudrey, Halifax; Mrs. Francis S. Durga, Norwich. Also surviving are 31 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services for the late Mrs. Joudrey were held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev. Douglas H.L. Weth of Christ Episcopal Church. Burial was made in Maplewood Cemetery with Rev. Mr. Loweth conducting the committal. The bearers were John Collins, Fred Freeman, Frank S. Durga, and Joseph W. Hourigan. The services were largely attended and there were many beautiful floral tributes. Included in the attendance were relatives and friends from Somerville, Gloucester, and Natick, Mass., Montville and other places.

RR

[NI02422] OIKLE David B 1817-04-22 1817-09-16 DRL John & Cath Margaret

[NI02430]

[NI02434] MF #6331 Chronicle Herald Saturday, January 7, 1989 Page 12
OXNER, MRS. MAISIE ELLEN - 91, Harbor View Nursing Home, Lunenburg, died Friday in Harbor View Haven. Born in Lunenburg. She was a daughter of the late Nathan and Ellen (Young) Knock. She was a member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Lunenburg. She is survived by her husband Owen; a daughter, Mrs. Francis Swift, Dartmouth; a son, Dorne, Lunenburg; a brother Ivan, Mader's Cove; five grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren. She was predeceased by two brothers, Roger, Ray. The body is in Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, Lunenburg. Visiting 7-9 p.m. today, where funeral will be held 2 p.m. Sunday, Rev. Lawrence Mawhinney officiating. Burial in Hillcrest Cemetery, Lunenburg. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church or any charity.

[NI02435] Vienow Isaiah M Head M Apr 12 1848 52
Vienow Anna F Wife M Jun 9 1852 48
Vienow Titus M Son S Feb 15 1871 30
Vienow Stannage L. M Son S May 31 1875 26
Vieenow Kenneth M Son S Apr 6 1884 17
Vienow Bennet M Son S Sep 19 1895 5


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:New Cornwall, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:y
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

[NI02438] Page Information
District:NS LUNENBURG (#37)
Subdistrict:Barss Corner b Page 1

44 9 Veinot Dan M Head M Jul 15 1854 46
9 Veinot Julia F Wife M Apr 11 1859 41
9 Veinot Edwin M Son S Feb 5 1881 20
9 Veinot Minnie F Daughter S Jun 27 1886 14
9 Veinot Adelia F Daughter S Nov 26 1888 12
9 Veinot Percey M Son S May 30 1892 8
9 Veinot Perry M Son S May 301892 8




SSGS...Cemetery Inscriptions Vol. IV
Union Square
Page 226
Veinot:
Mary M. (d/o Dan & Julia Veinot) 01 Apr 1883 - 09 Aug 1896

Perry Stanford - 30 May 1892 - 23 Feb 1985
Nellie Eva (wife) 25 May 1914 -

Page 227
Veino :
Dan - 1855- 1928
Julia (wife)-1859-1931
Frederick- d. 11 mos.
Minnie - 1888-1906
Geneive -1887-1923
Adeliah - 1889-1911
Percy - 1892- 1923

[NI02439] [1901 Census: Barss Corner, Lunenburg Co., NS, District C]

Page: 2
Line: 20
Name: , Nova
Sex: Female
Household: Daughter
Marital: Single
DOB: 7 Apr 1883
POB: NS
Ethnic: German
Religion: Lutheran
Occupation: School Teacher
Comments: Nora?

[NI02440] (LPE of Wednesday, Jul 12 1950, pg 1)

Mahone Bay- July 11- friends called on Sunday with gifts and flowers to
observe with Mrs Austen Hamm her 94th birthday. They found her happy
and very appreciative for all the cards of greetings and good wishes and
letters, including a much prized one from Rev. and Mrs G E Huestis of
Brookfield, Col Co, former Neighbours. She had prepared the dinner for
her son Harris and does light household tasks. She is alert mentally
and although missing the companionship of her daughter Ella who passed
away last winter, Mrs Hamm faces the future trustfully. In her youthful
days she joined the Presbyterian church with her husband. Mrs Hamm is
the youngest of a family of eight children. All the others died at an
early age, but she attributes her longevity as an inheritance from her
mother who died at the age of 99.

[NI02447] Mrs. Henry Oickle 1929 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death of Catherine Louisa, wife of Mr. Henry Oickle, occurred at her home in Dayspring on Saturday, July 6th, after being confined to her bed for about three weeks.
Mrs. Oickle, who was formerly Miss Robar, was born on December 8th, 1856, and was the eldest daughter of David and Catherine Louisa Robar. Her father passed away many years ago, but her mother at well over ninety years of age still survives and there are four brothers: Oliver, Frederick, Simeon, and Bamford, residing in Dayspring. Another brother, William, resides in Halifax. One sister, Mrs. E. Rodenhiser, resides in Dayspring; one Mrs. U.(?)Rodenhiser, resides in Halifax; and another, Mrs. Charles Silver, resides in Bridgewater. Mrs. Oickle was married at Bridgewater in April, 1886, and immediately went to her husband's home at Springfield, Annapolis County, where she resided for about fifteen years. In 1902 they sold out at Springfield and purchased a farm at Dayspring where they have since resided. For several years Mrs. Oickle has been in failing health, but continued to attend to her household duties up to a short time before her death.
The funeral was held on Monday, July 8th, from the house that had been her home for about twenty-seven years. Before leaving, hymns were sung and prayer offered, and a sermon preached from II Corinthians 5, 1, after which the burial took place in the Dayspring Cemetery. The services were conducted by the Rev. W. J. Bridgman of St. Matthew's Church, of which Mrs. Robar was a member and in which she took great interest. Of her it may be said that she was a friend of all and the enemy of none.

RR

[NI02448] St. John's Anglican Cemetery, New Germany

OICKLE
Stephen
died October 20 ,1916.
60 years

OICKLE
Mary Ellen
died August 31, 1941.
72 years


Stephen Oickle 1916

A very sudden death occurred in Stanburne on last, when Stephen Oickle, who was apparently in the best of health, expired without a moment's warning. The funeral services were conducted on Monday by Rev. Mr. Harrison. Mrs. Stephen Oickle's obituary was done a week or so ago. She had re-married and her name was Mrs. James Mader.

RR

[NI02449] St. John's Anglican Cemetery

OICKLE
Stephen
died October 20, 1916.
60 years

OICKLE
Mary Ellen
died August 31, 1941.
72 years
wife of Stephen


Mrs. James Mader 1941

The death of Mrs. James Mader occurred at an early hour on Sunday morning, August 31, at the home of her son, Fred Oickle, of New Germany, following a brief illness of a few weeks duration. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Barkhouse, Dalhousie, and was born 72 years ago. She was twice married, her first husband was the late Stephen Oickle of Stanburne who passed away in 1916 and from that marriage there survive two sons, Percey of Stanburne and Fred of New Germany, with whom she resided; also four grandchildren. A daughter, Miss Zepporah Oickle, R.N. of New York, passed away three years ago. Her second husband was the late James Mader of Pine Grove, who died seven years ago.The late Mrs. Mader was of a quiet and kind disposition and had many friends who will regret to learn of her passing. She was a member of the Anglican Church. The funeral was held on Tuesday afternoon, the services at the home and church were conducted by the Rev. C.C. Veinot, who spoke from Hebrews 11:16. The hymns sung were "Abide With Me," "Lead Kindly Light," "O Happy Band of Pilgrims," and "Son of My Soul." The pall bearers were Clarence Slauenwhite, Harris Holland, Clarence Mosher, and Daniel Morton. The floral offerings were many and beautiful, testifying to the esteem in which the deceased was held.

Rosemary Rafuse

[NI02457] "ERNST","Chris & Regina Barbara","Thomas","1767 abt","1767-05-17","SJAL","widow",,"B"

[NI02460] 1911 Census of Canada

District Lunenburg Subdistrict Hemford
Enumeration District #18
Page 12
Province Nova Scotia
Veinot George M Head M Oct 1866 44
Veinot Biny F Wife M Oct 1867 43
Veinot William M Brother S Feb 1875 36
Veinot Nathaniel M Father W Mar 1835 76
Veinot Elva F Sister S Oct 1895 25
Veinot Daisy F Sister S Sep 1892 18 ??
.............................................................................................................................

George Veinotte Bridgewater Bulletin

Publication date: August 15, 1945.

The death of George Veinotte, 77, of Lake Pleasant, occurred at the Dawson Memorial Hospital on Saturday where he had been a patient for three weeks. The deceased had suffered from a lengthy illness.
He was the son of Nathaniel Veinotte and Marion Oickle and was born at Maitland, Lunenburg County.
Surviving are his widow, the former Rebina Zinck; an adopted son, Theophilus, who lives on the homestead; six sisters, Elva, wife of Heber Tufts, Simpson's Corner;
Ellam wife of Joseph Herman, Pleasant River; Daisy of Ashmore, Digby County; Emma, Sadie, and Ida in the United States; and one brother, Melford, living in the United States.
The funeral service was held on Monday afternoon at Springfield with the Rev. C. Monk, Lutheran clergyman, officiating. Interment was made at Springfield Cemetery.

RR

[NI02464] Bridgewater Bulletin, dated May 10, 1932.

A Fire MYSTERY

William Veinot Last Seen Few Hours Before Home Burned, No Bones Found
Springfield, Annapolis County- May 9- The home of William Veinot, near
this place, is in ashes and the whereabouts of the owner, 59 year old
bachelor and trapper, who lived alone there and who was last seen in th
vicinity a few hours before flames razed his dwelling, are unknown.
Fearful that he perished in the fire which broke out about midnight Sunday,
police were notified today and despite a diligent search of the ruins no
trace of bones was had excepting a pair of moose horns.
This afternoon searchers left for the woods to visit camps of Veinot which
he had in the depths of the woods, hopeful that he may be safe in one of
them. Veinot's home is on the road from Simpson's Corner, about a mile and a half
from Lake Pleasant, and it is stated that there was a quanity of money kept
in the dwelling. The trapper was last seen by a neighbour, Primrose Tufts,
about 7:30 p.m. Sunday, and less than five hours later Mr. Tufts was
awakened by the fire which blazed forth from the Veinot home.
Arousing Stanley Charlton, another neighbour, he went to the scene but
nothing could be done to save the structure. Today when Mr. Veinot was
missing the police were notified and a search of the ruins failed to
disclose any bones. A sister living in Pleasant River ws notified, but she stated her brother had not been there. The trapper's cabins deep in the woods will be visited tonight and tomorrow in an effort to locate Mr. Veinot and they will not return until tomorrow afternoon.

Rosemary Rafuse

[NI02469] Obituary: Unknown Paper Published: Wed, 3 Feb 1971, "Obituaries", Source: Web Page --http://www.nsobits.ca/

Mrs. Elva May Tufts passed away at Pleasant Rest Nursing Home, Bridgewater, Wednesday, Feb. 3, 1971.Born in Lake Pleasant 85 years ago, she was the daughter of Nathaniel Veinot and Mary Ann Oickle. After her marriage to Mr. Heber Tufts, she moved to Simpson Corner and lived there until the death of her husband seventeen years ago. She then moved to Hemford and lived with her son Guy. She leaves to
mourn their loss three daughters, (Ola), Mrs. Russell Savory, Digby; (Fay), Mrs. Morrel Whynot, New Germany; (Ila), Mrs. Lawrence Vidito, Dartmouth. Four sons, (Guy), Hemford; (Lee), Stanburne; (Lyn), Truro; (Ira), Stewiake; twenty-nine grandchildren; four great grandchildren. A son (Roy) lost his life in the Second World War. She was also predeceased by a daughter (Una), Mrs. Layton Tupert in 1950.
Funeral services were conducted from Langille's Funeral Home, Barss Corner, Saturday, Feb. 6, at 2 o'clock, Rev. James Crooks of the United Church of Canada, New Geramny, officiating. Interment was in Hillside Cemetery, Simpson Corner.

[NI02474] James William Veinotte, died 1941 in Clearland, Lunenburg County

Item can be found in Registration Year: 1941 - Book: 194 - Page: 358 - Number:

[NI02482] Census Place:Block House, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada 1881
Source:FHL Film 1375806 NAC C-13170 Dist 11 SubDist C Div 3 Page 18 Family 81
SexMarrAgeOriginBirthplace
Semion VEINOTMM35FrenchNova Scotia
Occ:FarmerReligion:Church of England
Sophia VEINOTFM34FrenchNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Amos VEINOTM10FrenchNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Obadia VEINOTM8FrenchNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Amanda VEINOTF6FrenchNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Ada VEINOTF3FrenchNova Scotia

[NI02504] also have date born ...Dec 22 1834

[NI02529] Tuesday, February 21, 1933 Bridgewater Bulletin
Mrs Cornelius VEINNOTTE
Mrs Cornelius Veinnotte, Maplewood, 72, died on Sunday evening at the
Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater following a short illness.
The deceased before her marriage was Miss Sophia Oickle of Maitland,
and thirty years ago moved to Maplewood. A brother, Joseph Oickle,
resides in Maitland. Others surviving are her husband, four daughters,
Mrs Fred Slauenwhite, New Germany; Mrs Clarence Slauenwhite, Stanburne;
Mrs Willis Demone, First Peninsula; Charles, Maplewood with whom she
resided; and a large number of grandchildren.
The funeral service was held at the home of Charles Veinnotte on
Wednesday afternoon, Rev. W.R. MacWalker of Barss Corner Baptist Church
officiating. Interment was made at Parkdale cemetery.

[NI02533] Douglas Seymore Cornelius, born 1875 in Lunenburg County

Item can be found in Registration Year: 1875 - Book: 1817 - Page: 328 - Number: 563

[NI02535] The Chronicle Herald and/or Mail Star Published: Thu, 30 Apr 1998,
"Obituary-TANCOCK", Page C3

TANCOCK, Eleanor Gertrude - 87, Chester, died April 29, 1998, in
Shoreham Village Nursing Home, Chester. Born in Chester, she was the
fifth of seven children born to Douglas and Winnifred (Hume)
Cornelius. She was a life member of the ladies auxiliaries of the
Chester Volunteer Fire Department and Royal Canadian Legion, F.E.
Butler Branch; longtime active member of Chester United Baptist
Church, and was the first brown owl of the Chester Brownie Pack. A
homemaker most of her married life, she was well known as the penny
candy shopkeeper of Tancock's Corner Store in Chester during much of
the 1960s and 1970s. Surviving are son, Lloyd, Dayspring; daughters,
Sandra Hickey, Halifax; Barbara Tracey, Wolfville; sisters, Carolyn
Veniotte, Mahone Bay; Louise MacDonald, Chester; nine grandchildren;
a great-grandchild. She was predeceased by her husband, Charles Ward;
brothers, Paul, Frank, Roland, Earl (Babe). Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m.
today in Davis Funeral Home, Chester. Services 2 p.m. Friday in
Chester United Baptist Church, Rev. Dan Green and Dr. M. Allen Gibson
officiating. Burial in Pinehill Cemetery, Chester. Donations to
Shoreham Village Alzheimer support group or Chester United Baptist
Church.

[NI02560] Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Bridgewater (East/Est), LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:e
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

Veinotte Allen N M Head M Nov 7 1871 29
Veinotte Emma F Wife M Jun 19 1873 27
Veinotte Darius W M Son S Aug 7 1896 4
Veinotte Gertrude D F Daughter S Dec 25 1898 2

[NI02563] Mrs Willis Demone - After a lengthy illness, Mrs Susanna S Demone, First
Peninsula, passed away peacefully at her home on October 29th, 1963, at
the age of 78 years. Born at Maitland, she was the daughter of the late
Cornelius and Sophie Veinotte. She was a member of St John's Anglican
Church. She is survived by her husband; one daughter Cora Mrs Leigh A
Hatt), Lunenburg; one son Harold residing at home; three grandchildren
Brian Hatt, Susanne and Rickey Demone; one brother Charles of Maplewood,
Lunenburg County. She was predeceased by one daughter Annie; three
sisters and one brother. The funeral service was held on Thursday,
October 31, at 2:30 pm from St John's Anglican Church, with Archdeacon J
H Craven officiating. Interment at Hillcrest Cemetery, Lunenburg. Pall
bearers were Fred Emeneau, John Rhuland, Harry Buckmaster and Victor
Fritz. The beautiful floral tributes were as follows: (not copied)
(LPE of Wed, Nov 13 1963, pg 2)

[NI02567] Chronicle Herald Tuesday February 6, 1962
Mrs Ida Varner

New Germany - Mrs Ida Fermilla Varner, widow of Kenneth Varner,
of Stanburne, Lunenburg County, passed away at the Dawson
Memorial Hospital in Bridgewater on Friday.
Born in Sweetland sixty-eight years ago, Mrs Varner was the
daughter of the late Cornelius and Sophia (Oickle) Veinot.
Surviving are two daughters, Cora of Stanburne, Lydia (Mrs
Ralph Nickerson) of Shag Harbour, and two sons, Maurice and
Homer of Stanburne; one sister, Susie (Mrs Willis Demond) of
Lunenburg and one brother, Charles of Maplewood.
The funeral service was held from the New Germany Anglican
Church on Monday, with Rev. T.W. Thirkell officiating.
Interment was in the United cemetery in New Germany.

[NI02570] VEINOTE, Basil William - 87, Second Peninsula, died Tuesday, May 11, 1999, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Hastings, Annapolis Co., he was the son of the late William and Waity (Demone) Veinote. He was employed as a block maker and a gentleman farmer for many years. He was a member of St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg and a former member of the True Blue Lodge. Surviving are his wife, the former Pearl Baugil; daughters, Carolyn (Mrs. Cavel Cluney), Blockhouse; Dianne (Mrs. Lawrence Keddy), Martins Brook; sisters, Lillian (Mrs. Edward Ryder), Pleasantville; Ruby Young, Marriotts Cove; brother, Frank, Second Peninsula; five grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren He was predeceased by sisters, Pearl, Leilia, Beatrice; brother, Cecil. Memorial service 10 a.m. today in St. John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg, Archdeacon Reginald MacDonald officiating. Burial in Martins Brook Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. John's Anglican Church or Canadian Diabetes Association. Arrangements entrusted to Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, Lunenbur

[NI02576] Frank Howard Veinote, 85, of Second Peninsula, died Saturday, September 18, at Fishermen’s Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg.
Born in Second Peninsula, July 11th 1925 he was the son of the late William and Waity (DeMone) Veinote.
Frank was blessed to be able to earn a living working on the family dairy farm, continually surrounded by the environment that he loved. Over the years he also worked as a truck driver, delivered the local rural mail for over 35 years and later operated Frank’s Auto Sales.
He was a member of St. John’s Anglican Church, Lunenburg.
Frank enjoyed life and treasured special times with his family. His outgoing personality and friendliness endeared him to his many friends and neighbours and he will be greatly missed.
Frank is survived by his wife, the former Nellie Joudrey, daughters, Elizabeth (Reginald) Bell, Blue Rocks; Melanie (Ted) Naugler, Lower Cornwall, sisters, Lillian (Edward) Ryder, Pleasantville; and Ruby Young, Wellington-Cole Harbour.
He was predeceased by an infant son, William Frank, sisters, Pearl, Leila, Beatrice, brothers, Cecil and Basil.
Funeral Arrangements are under the direction of the Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, 11213, Hwy. # 3, Lunenburg. A service to celebrate Frank’s life will be held Thursday at 2:00 p.m. at St. John’s Anglican Church, Lunenburg, Rev. Michael Mitchell, officiating. Interment will be in Hillcrest Cemetery, Lunenburg.
Flowers from the immediate family only, memorial donations may be made to St. John’s Anglican Church or to a charity of your choice.

www.sweenyfuneralhome.ca

[NI02577] HATT, Pearl Margaret - 87, Bridgewater, formerly of Lunenburg, died Friday, March 6, 1998, in Bigg-Strong Retirement Home, Bridgewater. Born in Springfield, she was a daughter of the late William A. and Waity (Demone) Veinotte. In her earlier years, she and her husband owned and operated Hatt's Meat Market, Lunenburg. She was a member of Central United Church, Lunenburg. She is survived by sisters, Lillian (Mrs. Eddie Ryder), Pleasantville; Ruby Young, Marriotts Cove; sister-in-law, Doris, Bridgewater; brothers, Basil and wife Pearl; Frank and wife Nellie, both of Second Peninsula; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Eber; sisters, Leila, Beatrice; brother, Cecil. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. today in Central United Church, Lunenburg, Rev. Robyn Brown-Hewitt officiating. Interment will be in Hillcrest Cemetery, Lunenburg. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Bigg-Strong Retirement Home or to any charity. Arrangements entrusted to Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home

[NI02586] Halifax Herald 2/27/1999

MacDONALD, Marion Lousie - 90, Chester, died February 25, 1999, in Shoreham Village Home for Special Care, Chester. Born in Chester, she was a daughter of the late Douglas and Winnifred Elizabeth (Hume) Cornelius. She was a member of Chester United Baptist Church and a life long member of the Chester Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary. Prior to marriage, she taught school at Bayswater and Quoddy. Surviving are daughters, Juanita (Mrs. David Grugan), Bedford; Joyce (Mrs. Wayne Beaton), Halifax; Marion (Mrs. Alfred Gill), Rockingham; sister, Carolyn Veinotte, Mahone Bay Nursing Home; 11 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Stillman; son, Douglas; brothers, Paul, Frank, Roland, Earl “Babe”; sister, Eleanor Tancook. No visitation by request. Funeral 2 p.m Sunday, in Chester United Baptist Church, Rev. Dan Green officiating. Burial in Pinehill Cemetery, Chester. Family flowers only. In lieu of flowers, donations to Canadian Diabetes Association or any charity. Arrangements entrusted to Davis Funeral Home, Chester.

[NI02590] CORNELIUS, Earl Thomas (Babe) - 78, Chester, died December 4, 1993, at home. Born in Chester, he was a son of the late Douglas and Winnifred (Hume) Cornelius. He was a gunner in the West Nova Scotia Regiment, serving in the United Kingdom, Central Mediterranean and on Continental Europe. He was employed as second engineer with K. Karlsen & Co., Blandford and as a delivery and store clerk at the Shamrock Grocery Store, Chester for many years. He is survived by his wife, the former Pearl (Leopold) (Crossley); stepdaughter, Avis (Mrs. Cyril Armstrong), Chester; stepson, Wilbert, St. Catharines, Ont.; three sisters, Carolyn (Mrs. Harry Veinotte), Mahone Bay; Louise (Mrs. Stillman MacDonald), Eleanor (Mrs. Ward Tancock), both of Chester; five step-grandchildren; six step-great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by three brothers, Paul, Frank, Roland. Funeral will be 2 p.m. today in the United Baptist Church, Chester, Rev. Brian Keezer and Rev. Dr. M. Allen Gibson officiating. Burial will be in the Old United Baptist Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society or Canadian Diabetes Association through Davis Funeral Home, Chester.

[NI02591] The Chronicle Herald and/or Mail Star Published: Thu, 19 May 1994,
"Obituary", Page C10

MacDONALD, Stillman Gilbert - 87, Chester, died May 18, 1994, in
Shoreham Village Nursing Home. Born at Harrigan Cove, Halifax County,
he was a son of the late George A. and Georgina (Loretta) MacDonald.
He was a first class lineman with Nova Scotia Light and Power for 33
years; associate member of Royal Canadian Legion, Butler Branch 44;
life member of the Chester Volunteer Fire Department and 10-year
volunteer with Shoreham Village Nursing Home. He is survived by his
wife, the former Louise Cornelius; three daughters, Joyce (Mrs. Wayne
Beaton), Marion (Mrs. Alfred Gill), both of Halifax; Juanita (Mrs.
David Grugan), Bedford; two brothers, Eldridge, Ottawa; Charles,
Ontario; 11 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. He was
predeceased by a son, Douglas; two brothers, Malcolm, Victor; two
sisters, Louisa, Hattie. A memorial service will be 3 p.m. Friday in
United Baptist Church, Chester, Rev. B. Keezer officiating. Burial
will be in Pinehill Cemetery. No flowers by request. Donations may be
made to Alzheimers Society of Nova Scotia. Arrangements are under the
direction of Davis Funeral Home, Chester.

[NI02635] "BARRY","James & Sophia","Eli","1830-11-18","1830-12-29","SJAL",,,"B"

[NI02637] BARRY Sophia Emeline B 1862-01-23 1862-04-20 MBA Eli & Matilda

[NI02639] Dean Barry 1958 Bridgewater Bulletin

One of Maitland's oldest residents, Mr .Dean William Barry, passed away at his home on Saturday morning, November 15th, after a lengthy illness.

The late Mr. Barry was born at Maitland eighty-one years ago and spent his entire life here. He was the son of the late Eli and Matilda Barry and was the last surviving member of that family.

He is survived by his wife, the former Pearl Greek of Blue Rocks; one daughter, Margaret (Mrs. Walter Knickle), of Maitland; two sons, Murray at Blockhouse; and Harris, at home; four grandchildren and several nieces and nephews also survive him. A son, Rounsefell, and a daughter, Lucy, predeceased him.

The funeral was held at Christ Church, Maitland, of which he was a member, on Monday afternoon, November 17th, and was conducted by the Rev. E.L. Parsons of Liverpool. Favourite hymns sung were "Unto The Hills" and "God Be With You." Pall bearers were Messrs. Charles Barry, Kenneth Barry, Glen Ernst, Wilfred Oickle, Francis Langille, and Whidden Ernst. Interment was at Christ Church Cemetery.

RR

[NI02650] Aboard the "Betty" were Leopold Langille, aged 24, his wife Margaret,
Matthew Langille, farmer, aged 26, David Langille, aged 31, joiner and
wife Catherine. The "Betty" loaded on 16 May 1752, and arrived in Halifax
ahead of the "Sally" after a voyage of nine weeks and five days. Seven
persons died en route, and 154 arrived at Halifax. (Taken from Chris Fretwell's notes)

[NI02654] "VIENOT","Chris James & Cath","Mary Eliz","1768 abt","1768-02-08","SJAL",,,"B"

[NI02664] also have found birth date July 24, 1800

[NI02669] Never married. he drowned off the coast of Halifax. ( Source: The Shepherds of Markland, by, Scott Wiston Teal)

[NI02671] In Scott Teals book ,He has birth date as March 28 1800

[NI02687] Pioneer Cemetery, Parkdale

RAFUSE
Stephen
September 27, 1840.
February 25, 1912.

Elizabeth (first wife; Barkhouse)
December 25, 1842.
September 23, 1883.

M.Cecelia
June 25, 1856.
February 16, 1946.


Rafuse 1912 Progress Enterprise

On Sunday, February 25, Mr .Stephen Rafuse passed away at his home in Parkdale. He had reached the age of seventy-one. He was born at North West in 1840, the youngest of eight brothers of whom only three now survive. At
the age of fifteen he came with his parents to Parkdale, then called Foster Settlement. Here he afterward took up a farm on which he spent his remaining years. Mr.Rafuse was twice married, first to Elisabeth Barkhouse by whom he
had seven children. Of these two only survive him. His second wife was Mary Cecelia Foster who survives him. Of this union were born six children, five of whom survive. Mr. Rafuse was a devoted member of the New Germany Baptist Church. He was baptized thirty-five years ago by the late Rev. W.E. Hall. He was a man of strong faith, upright character, and blameless life. He was a good citizen, a liberal in politics, and a friend to all. His fuenral was largely attended, and was conducted by his pastor, Rev. D.H. Simpson, who
spoke from Rev. 14:18.

RR

[NI02689] Mrs. Mary Cecelia Rafuse 1946 Bridgewater Bulletin

In the early hours of February 16, there passed to her eternal rest,Mrs. Mary Cecelia Rafuse, widow of the late Stephen Rafuse, at the home of her son, Richmond, at the age of 89 years and 9 months. Mrs. Rafuse had been in poor health for about two years, but the end came quite suddenly.
She was the oldest resident of Parkdale, daughter of the late Avard and Harriet Ann (Millberry) Foster- the Fosters being the first settlers of Foster Settlement, now Parkdale and Maplewood.
The late Mrs. Rafuse was a woman of sterling Christian character, always attending church services as long as health permitted. She was a charter member of the U.B.W.M.U., and a life-long member. For many years she taught a S. class and seldom missed a church service of any kind. She was always
ready and willing to help in time of sickness and many benefited from her kindly acts.
Her husband predeceased her 34 years ago. She was the mother of seven children, a daughter, Millie May, died at the age of 18 months, the other surviving children are Alonzo and Ashley, Rumford, Maine; Elgin, Dixfield, Maine; Evan, Somersworth, New Hampshire; and Guy and Richmond, at Parkdale. A brother, Adelbert Foster, Auburndale, Mass.,also survives, also 16 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren who mourn the loss of a loving mother and grandmother.
The funeral service was held at the church on Monday afternoon, February 18, conducted by her pastor, Rev.H.S. Hartlin. The text was chosen by the deceased and marked in her Bible many years ago, the Third Epistle of John,
verse 4,"I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth." Hymns sung were "The Old Rugged Cross," "Saved by Grace," and "God Be With
You."Pall-bearers were the sons, Guy and Richmond, grandsons, Hollis, Harvey and Raymond Rafuse , and Frank Rafuse. Interment was in the family lot, beside her husband.

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[NI02740] RAFUSE, Neil James (Chub) - 68, Chester, died December 2, 1997, at home. Born in Chester, he was a son of the late William Joshua and Elsie Abegail (Rafuse) Rafuse. He was a member of the Merchant Marine Reserve, and member of Royal Canadian Legion, Butler Branch 44, Chester. He was a driver for the Department of National Defence, Mill Cove, and a commissionaire at Canexel, East River. Surviving are his wife, the former Rena Marie Reeves; daughters, Karen and husband Kirk Boutilier, Chester; Teresa and husband Rudolph Stevens, Tancook Island; Sheila Norwood, Chester; Marie and husband Stanley Boutilier, St. Margarets Bay; sons, Billy and wife Leta, Greg and wife Elaine, Forbes and wife Maureen, all of Chester, Harold and wife Lee, Farmington, Lunenburg Co.; sister, Betty (Mrs. David Baker), East Chester; grandchildren, Alana, Shawn, James, Ryan, Shannon, Amy, Gary, Amanda, Sarah and Melissa Rafuse, David, Jonathan and Shayne Boutilier, Jessica Norwood. He was predeceased by son, John in infancy; brother, Frederick. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, legion service 7 p.m. today, both in Davis Funeral Home, Chester. Funeral 2:30 p.m. Friday in St. Stephen's Anglican Church, Rev. Sean Taylor officiating. Burial in the Methodist Cemetery, Chester. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to the Methodist Cemetery or Chester Volunteer Fire Department.

[NI02747] Isabel Alma Rafuse 1993 Halifax Herald

Isabel Alma Rafuse, 88, Shoreham Village Nursing Home, Chester, formerly of Chester, died December 16, 1993, in the home. Born in Chester, she was a daughter of the late John and Vernie (Seaboyer) Schnare. She was a member of St. Stephen's Anglican Church Choir and Ladies Guild. She is survived by three sons, Leonard, Allan, both of Chester; Clayton, Windsor Road,
Lunenburg County; two daughters, Mary (Mrs. John Nauss), East River; Marion (Mrs. James Whitman), Upper Granville; two brothers, Clarence, Chester; Lawrence, Halifax; 18 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; two great-great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Leo Frederick; two sons,
Clarence, Frederick; daughter, Brenda; a grandson. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. Sunday in Davis Funeral Home, Chester. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday in St. Stephen's Anglican Church, Rev.Kerry Bourke officiating. Burial will be in Bayview Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Canadian Diabetes Association or any charity.

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[NI02753] Monday, December 6, 2004 The Halifax Herald Limited

WHITMAN, Marion Marie - 77, Upper Granville, Annapolis Co., passed away December 4, 2004, after a lengthy illness at home surrounded by her loving family. Born in Chester, she was a daughter of the late Leo and Isabelle (Schnare) Rafuse. Marion enjoyed playing cribbage, bingo and knitting. She was very well-known for her pickles and preserves. She is survived by her husband, James "Jim"; daughters, Carol (Rodney) Halliday, Clarence; Ann (Leonard) McGraw, Welland, Ont.; Marilyn McGraw, Saint John, N.B.; sons, Larry and Harold, Grand Manan; stepdaughters, Barbara (Walter) Thompson, Lawrencetown; Donna (Richard) Wightman, Alberton, P.E.I.; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; six step grandchildren; six step great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; brothers, Clayton (Lila), Windsor Road; Allan (Doris), Chester; sister, Maryann (John) Nauss, East River. She was predeceased by her first husband, Peter Marshall; son, Tony; infant son, Raymond; infant daughter, Joan; sister, Brenda Eisner; brothers, Clarence and an infant brother Frederick. Visitation will be held 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. today, with funeral service to be held 2 p.m. Tuesday, both in Kaulbach Family Funeral Home, Bridgetown, Rev. George Neily officiating. Interment will be in Riverside Cemetery, Bridgetown. Family flowers only. Donations in memory may be sent to Canadian Cancer Society or a charity of choice.

[NI02754] The Chronicle Herald Mon, March 24th, 2008

WHITMAN, James Willard - 88, Bridgetown, formerly of Upper Granville, passed away March 21, 2008, in Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Upper Granville, he was a son of the late Leonard P. and Jennie May (Gilliatt) Whitman. He was a retired stationary engineer, farmed for many years and also worked for Everett & Smith Auto Body Shop. He was a ham radio operator since 1950 with the call sign VE1 AAZ. Jim is survived by daughters, Donna (Richard) Wightman, Alberton, P.E.I.; Barbara (Walter) Thompson, Lawrencetown; stepdaughters, Carol Halliday, Clarence; Marilyn McGraw, Saint John, N.B.: Ann McGraw, Nevada; stepsons, Larry and Harold, both of Grand Manan; six grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and six stepgrandchildren. He was predeceased by his first wife, Doris Clarke, and his second wife, Marion Rafuse; brother, Stewart, and two infant sisters. Visitation will be held 7-9 p.m. Friday, March 28, and funeral will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, March 29, both in Kaulbach Family Funeral Home, Bridgetown, with Rev. George Neily officiating. Interment will be in Riverside Cemetery, Bridgetown. Family flowers only. Donations in memory may be sent to Victorian Order of Nurses, or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia. E-mail condolences may be sent to: KAULBACHFH@ns.aliantzinc.ca

[NI02755] Wednesday, December 4, 2002 The Halifax Herald Limited

RAFUSE, John Leonard "Lennie" - 78, Chester, died December 3, 2002, at home. Born in Chester, he was a son of the late Leo F. and Isabel (Schnare) Rafuse. Lennie was a member of the Royal Canadian Navy during the Second World War and retired from the HMCS Dockyard, Halifax after 23 years of service. He was a member of St. Stephen's Anglican Church, Chester. Surviving are his wife, the former Gertrude C. Gillis; son, Leonard and wife Daphne, Chester; daughter, Margaret and husband Wayne Nauss, Hubbards; granddaughters, Angela DeLong, East River; Lori Nauss, Hammonds Plains; Wendy Rafuse, Halifax; sisters, Marion (Jim) Whitman, Upper Granville; Mary Ann (John) Nauss, East River; brothers, Allen (Doris), Chester; Clayton (Lila), Windsor Road. He was predeceased by sister, Brenda; brothers, Clarence and Frederick in infancy. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Thursday in Davis Funeral Home, Chester. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Friday in St. Stephen's Anglican Church, Chester, Father Jim McCorriston officiating. Burial in Bayview Cemetery. Family flowers only. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia.

[NI02756] REFUSE, Allan Roy —80, of Chester, died April 18, 2010, in the VG Site, QEII, Halifax. Born in Chester, Allan was a son of Leo and Isabel (Schnare) Refuse. He served in the Reserve Ar­my during the Second World War. He was a proud long-time member of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 44 and lifetime member of Chester Golf Club. He retired as supervisor from the Department of Highways. Allan is survived by his dear friend and com­panion, Doris Bowser; stepsons, Geof­frey (Sharon) Veniotte and Gerald Ve­niotte, Chester; sister, Mary-Ann (John) Nauss, East River; brother, Clayton (Lila), Windsor Road; two step grandchildren and a step great-grand­child. Allan was predeceased by his wife, Gwendolyn; sisters, Marion and Brenda, and brothers Clarence and Leonard. Visitation will be Tuesday, 7-9 p.m. in Davis Funeral Home, Ches­ter. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday in St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, Chester with Father David Dellapinna officiating. Burial to fol­low in Bayview Cemetery. Donations in memory of Allan may be made to St. Stephen’s Anglican Church. E-mail: gillis@davisfuneralhome.ca or tel: 902.275.3811

[NI02779] Mrs Wilbur Zinck - Springfield - Mrs Wilbur Zinck, 99 of Springfield, Annapolis County died Sunday in Payzant Memorial Hospital, Windsor
Born at Springfield she was the former Bessie Mae Acker, daughter of the late Joseph and Angeline (Woodworth) Acker
She is survived by one daughter, Ruth (Mrs Eugene Best), Truro; one son Clarence, Wellesley Hills Mass. one brother Caleb, Lake Pleasant; nine grandchildren.
She was predeceased by two sons and one daughter, five brothers and five sisters.
The body is at Warren T. Roop Funeral home where funeral will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, Rev John Leddicote officiating. Burial will be in Pine Grove Cemetery, Albany

[NI02784] ZINCK, Lamont B. - 79, Lake Pleasant, Annapolis County, died April 28, 1993, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Lake Pleasant, he was a son of the late Wilbert and Gertrude (Acker) Zinck. He is survived by his wife, the former Annetta Veinot; daughter, Marilyn, Union Square, Lunenburg County; four sons, Clyde, Prince Albert, Annapolis County; Byron, Kentville; Owen, Falkland Ridge, Annapolis County; Allan, Lake Pleasant; sister, Violet Veinotte, Aylesford; two brothers, Donald, Lake Pleasant; Oran, New Germany; 13 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his first wife, Irene; two sisters, Damie, Audrey; half-brother, Perry Acker. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in New Germany Funeral Home. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Saturday in Springfield United Baptist Church, Rev. Jerry Zinck officiating. Burial will be in Springfield United Baptist Church Cemetery. Donations may be made to New Germany and Area Medical Centre Association, Springfield Baptist Church Cemetery, Springfield Fire Department or any charity

[NI02785] Irene (Zinck) was Lamont Brenton Zinck first wife

[NI02786] ZINCK, Annetta Minnie - 72, Lake Pleasant, Annapolis Co., died October 16, 1997, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Nineveh, she was a daughter of Rachel (Smith) Veinot, Falkland Ridge, and the late Terry Don Veinot. She was a member of Springfield United Baptist Church, Springfield. She was a past dedicated employee of Suttles and Seawinds Ltd., New Germany, for 22 years. She was a great fund-raising supporter of New Germany and Area Medical Centre. Surviving are daughter, Marilyn (Mrs. Russell Ramey), Union Square; sons, Byron, Canning; Owen, Falkland Ridge; Allan, Lake Pleasant; stepson, Clyde, Victoria Vale, Annapolis Co.; sisters, Inez Notarangelo, Falkland Ridge; Vivian Charlton, Lake Pleasant; Beryl Deal, Meisners Section; Ruth (Mrs. Russell Conrad), Springfield; brothers, Roland, New Germany; Terry, Monastery; 11 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Lamont Brenton. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in New Germany Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany. Graveside service 2 p.m. Saturday in Springfield United Baptist Church Cemetery, Rev. Gerald Zinck officiating, assisted by Rev. Brian Wheaton. Donations to New Germany and Area Medical Centre, Springfield Volunteer Fire Department or Springfield United Baptist Church Cemetery Fund.

[NI02787] TERRY D. VEINOT
Terry Don Veinot of Lake Pleasant, Annapolis County died Wednesday, Aug. 01,1979 at home at the age of 84. born in the Ninevah, he was the son of the late Joseph and Minna (Hirtle) Veinot. He was retired from the Mersey Paper Company. Surviving are his wife, the former Rachel Smith; five daughters; Ruth (Mrs. Russell Conrad) Springfield;Inez (Mrs Lewis Notarangelo) Falkland Ridge; Anetta (Mrs LeMont Zinck) and Vivian (Mrs Laurie Charlton) both of Lake Pleasant; Beryl (Mrs Gordon Deal) Meiseners Section; two sons: Rollen, New Germany, Terry, Monastry; a sister Beryl, (Mrs Stanley Jay) Reynoldsburg Ohio; and two brothers, Nelson and Lloyd; twenty grandchildren and twenty - six great grandchildren . He was predeceased by four brothers; Everett, Melford, Oran and Lawrence.
The Funeral service was conducted at the Springfield Baptist Church where great granddaughter Robin Hawksworth assisted in the closing of the casket before the mourners entered the Church. The Casket was covered by a blanket of flowers from wife and family.
Service was conducted by Re. Peter Stinson, with the Springfield Baptist Choir; Mrs Dorothy Mason organist. Interment in Springfield Cemetery. The pallbearers were six of his grandsons.

Donations were to Springfield Baptist Church, Springfield Cemetery; or Springfield Fire Dept. Donation and sympathy cards were too numerous to list individually.
How can we explain to others The loss we feel inside
We only know we miss you
And the Tears are hard to hide
So please, dear God, take a message
To a dear husband dad up above
And tell him how we miss him
And give him all our love
Always remembered by wife and family.

Card of Thanks
The family of the late Terry Don Veinot wishes to thank all those who remembered them in any way during their sad time of bereavement with floral tributes, memorial donations, food sent to the house and also for the cards too numerous to acknowledge individually. Special thanks to Dr. Christopher to our pastor Rev. Stinson, and the organist and choir, also to Mr McKay and Mr Varner of Langille Funeral Home; your kindness and sympathy was greatly appreciated
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[NI02788] VEINOT, Rachel - 98, Falkland Ridge, Annapolis Co., died March 3, 1998, at home. Born in Hemford, she was a daughter of the late George and Annetta (Crouse) Smith. She was a member of Springfield United Baptist Church, Springfield. She was a great supporter of the New Germany and Area Medical Centre, assisting with fund-raising in every way. Surviving are daughters, Ruth (Mrs. Russell Conrad), Springfield; Inez Notarangelo, Falkland Ridge; Beryl Deal, Meiseners Section; Vivian Charlton, Lake Pleasant; sons, Rollen, New Germany; Terry, Monastery; sister, Sadie MacKenzie, Bridgewater; 20 grandchildren; 43 great-grandchildren; 17 great-great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Terry; daughter, Annetta Zinck; sisters, Abia, Cecelia, Flora, Ella; brothers, Edward, Ishmael, Horton, Roland, Melford. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in New Germany Funeral Home, 4895 Rte. 10, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. Thursday in Springfield United Baptist Church, Rev. Brian Wheaton officiating. Burial in the church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Springfield Volunteer Fire Department, New Germany and Area Medical Centre or Springfield United Baptist Church Cemetery.

[NI02790] Maureen was raised by her grandmother Gertrude. She took her when she was 8 months old. Told to me by Maureen

[NI02796] Levi Acker
After less than three weeks illness, there passed away at his home at Lake
Pleasant, a respected citizen in the person of Levi Acker, son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Acker, of that place. Mr. Acker, who had never married,
lived with a relative, Perry Acker, and his wife, who have faithfully cared
for him for many years. He was 87 when he died, and shortly before the end
he became totally blind.
Surviving are three brothers, Austin of Kentville; Ezekiel of Lawrencetown;
and Caleb, Lake Pleasant; also four sisters,Louisa (Mrs. Fletcher Tufts
Bessie (Mrs. Wilbur Zinck); Bertha (Mrs. Joseph Emino) and Mrs. G. Acker
Zinck, all of Lake Pleasant.
Predeceasing Mr. Acker were two brothers: Irving, who was killed in the
Hastings mill; and Wilfred of North River; also two sisters, Mrs. Edward
Robar of Nictaux and Mrs. Mrs. Michael Emino (Ellen) of Lake Pleasant.
Funeral services on Monday were conducted by Lic. Gerald Mosher, supply
pastor of Springfield Baptist Church for a short time. He spoke words of
comfort to the family, taking as his text the words of Jesus,"Let not your
hearts be troubled."
Pall bearers were Burpee Mailman,Primrose Tufts, Asaph Varner and Hamilton
Demond. Hymns by the choir were "Abide with Me" and "Rock of Ages." There
were many floral tokens of respect. Burial took place in the cemetery
adjoining the church.

[NI02798] Caleb Douglas Acker, 99, of Kingston, kings County, died Friday, February
16, 1985 in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Springfield,
Annapolis County, he was the son of the late Joseph and Amelia (Woodworth)
Acker. He is survived by three daughters, Kathleen (Mrs. Haldane Barteaux),
Torbrook Mines; Mrs. Juanita Mailman, Kingston; Marie (Mrs. Ron Williams),
England; two sons, Everett and Calvin, both of Kingston; 18 grandchildren,
21 great-grandchildren and two great,great grandchildren. He was predeceased
by his wife, the former Dorothy Burgoyne; six sisters, Bertha, Bessie,
Ellen, Gertie, Louisa, and Annie; and five brothers, Levi, Austin, Wilfred,
Zekiel and Irvin. The body is in the Warren T. Roop funeral Home, Middleton.
Funeral will be 2 p,m. Sunday from Kingston United Church, Rev. Gordon
Simons officiating, with burial in Springfield Cemetery. Donations to the
Kingston United Church Memorial Fund.

[NI02804] Perry is a half brother to the rest of the siblings. He is/was the son of Gertrude Acker and Perry Conn. She had him before she was married and was adopted by his grandparents, Josias(Joseph) and Angeline (Woodworth) Acker

Lake Pleasant - Perry Henry Acker, 79, Lake Pleasant, Annapolis County, passed away suddenly April 7 1989 at the South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Lake Pleasant, he was the adopted son of the late Josias and Angeline (Woodworth) Acker. He is survived by his wife, the former Pearl Marguerite Burgoyne; five daughters, Rosalie (Mrs Billy Hirtle), Hemford; Brenda (Mrs Tony Eisnor), Irene (Mrs Norman Thompson), both of Cornwall; Georgina (Mrs Wilson Seymour), Lake Pleasant; Roxanne (Mrs Paul Cockrill), Ottawa; three sons, Reginald, Ivan, Henry, all of Lake Pleasant; a half sister Violet Veinot, Annapolis County; three half brothers, Donald Zinck, Lamont Zinck, Oran Zinck, all of Lake Pleasant; 19 grandchildren; and nine great grandchildren. He was predeceased by two half sisters, Damie and Audrey; a granddaughter Stephine Ann. The service was at Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Burial at Springfield Baptist Cemetery, Springfield, with Rev Ruth Ann Brown officiating. Music by Jill Rafuse. Hymns were "In The Garden" and "Amazing Grace". Pallbearers were Noel Sproule, Guy Sproule, Ronald Veinot, Ronald Best, Ronald Whynot, and John Rynard. Floral tributes: (not copied) (SSGS files of 1989)

[NI02805] Allison Murray Tupper 1993 Halifax Herald

TUPPER, Allison Murray - 67, Factorydale, Kings County, died March 16, 1993, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Lake George, Kings County, he was a son of the late Thomas and Ella (Joudrey) Tupper. He spent his working years as a woodsman, lumberman and carpenter. He is survived by his wife, the former Daphne Veinotte; two daughters, Wendy (Mrs. Richard Palmer), Susan (Mrs. Gary Hiltz), both of Morristown, Kings County; three brothers, Arthur, Edmonton; Freddie, Roger, both of Aylesford; six sisters, Marjorie (Mrs. Paul Robar), Lake Paul; Ruth (Mrs. Tom Spence), Marilyn (Mrs. John Wilson), Linda (Mrs. David Bowlby), Gail Jones, Joan (Mrs. Dale Thomas), all of Aylesford; two grandchildren. He was predeceased by two brothers, Mylon, Lawrence. The body is in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick, visiting 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today. Funeral will be 3 p.m Friday in Morristown Baptist Church, Rev. Lionel Moriah officiating. Burial will be in Morristown Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to Valley Regional Hospital or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia.

[NI02806] Monday, January 3, 2005 The Halifax Herald Limited

ZINCK, Donald Clyde - 74, Lake Pleasant, Annapolis Co., passed away in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, December 31, 2004. Born in Lake Pleasant, he was the youngest son of the late Wilbert and Gertrude (Acker) Zinck. He was a member of the Springfield Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Ida Mae (Oickle); daughters, Katherine (Gordon) Daniels, Cherry Field; Dianne (Arnold) Wessell, Chelsea; son, Gary (Marilyn), North River; five grandchildren; two step grandchildren; three step great-grandchildren; brother, Oran, New Germany; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his sisters, Damie Pearl, Audrey Mailman and Violet Veinot; brother, Lamont; half-brother, Perry Acker. Funeral service will be held in Springfield Baptist Church 11 a.m. today, Rev. Robert Gates officiating. Interment will follow in Springfield Baptist Church Cemetery. Family flowers only, memorial donations may be made to the Springfield Baptist Church, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, New Germany Medical Centre or the charity of your choice. On-line condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI02809] #445 in Lawrencetown, Fairview Cemetery

[NI02810] On stone...Dates are -1889-1941

[NI02811] SPENCER, Nellie Idella - 80, Wolfville, died March 29, 1995, in Victoria General Hospital, Halifax. Born at Lake Pleasant, Annapolis Co., she was a daughter of the late Ezakiel and Radie (Woodworth) Acker. She was a lifelong resident of Wolfville and was a member of the Wolfville Baptist Church. Surviving are her husband, George; daughters, Elizabeth (Mrs. Chesley Spencer), Wolfville; Florence (Mrs. Robert Myles), North Grand Pre; Barbara (Mrs. Richard Hubbard), Yarmouth; brothers, LeRoy, Lawrencetown; Harry, Dartmouth; sisters, Nina (Mrs. Walter Schofield), Halifax; Mildred Glister, Lower Wolfville; Eileen Stevens, St. Margarets Bay; Gladys Pelton, Wolfville; Roxie (Mrs. Joseph Ryan), Dartmouth; Marion (Mrs. Frank Baker), Gullivers Cove, Digby Co.; Betty Deveau, Porters Lake; Dorothy Acker, Spryfield; seven grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by brothers, Robert, William; sisters, Annie, Marjorie. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, funeral 2 p.m. Saturday in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Wolfville, Rev. Dr. M.R. Cherry officiating. Burial in Willowbank Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations to Canadian Cancer Society or any charity.

[NI02819] Halifax Herald 10/27/2003

ACKER, Leroy Harris - 85, Lawrencetown, died October 25, 2003, in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Lake Pleasant, he was a son of the late Ezekiel and Radie (Woodworth) Acker. He was wounded while serving with the Canadian Army overseas during the Second World War. Surviving are sisters, Gladys Pelton, Wolfville; Roxie (Joe) Ryan, Dartmouth; Betty Deveau, Lake Echo; Marion Baker, Gulliver's Cove. He was predeceased by brothers, Harry, Bill and Bobby; sisters, Nina, Nellie, Mildred, Eileen, Dorothy, Marjorie and Fannie. Visiting 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. today in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home, Middleton. Funeral service 2 p.m. Tuesday in Lawrencetown Baptist Church, Rev. Tom McGaw officiating. Interment in Fairview Cemetery, Lawrencetown. Donations to Canadian Cancer Society. On-line condolences to: roopfh@ns.sympatico.ca

[NI02820] ACKER, Harry Edward - 71, Dartmouth, died September 24, 1996, in QE II Health Sciences Centre, VG Site, Halifax. Born in Lawrencetown, Annapolis Co., he was a son of the late Ezekiel and Radie (Woodworth) Acker. He was last employed at DND Stadacona before he retired. He was a veteran of the Second World War, having served overseas both in the Merchant Navy and the Canadian Army Service Corps. He was an active member of St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church, Dartmouth. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, the former Doris Campbell; sons, Michael, Charlottetown; Robert, Calgary; Harold and wife Wanda, Dartmouth; daughter, Susan (Mrs. Gerrard Garden), Enfield; sisters, Mrs. Nina Schofield, Halifax; Mrs. Mildred Acker, Mrs. Gladys Pelton, both of Wolfville; Mrs. Eileen Stevens, Head of St. Margarets Bay; Betty Deveau, Lake Echo; Dorothy Acker, Spryfield; Marion Baker, Digby; Roxy (Mrs. Joe Ryan), Dartmouth; brother, Leroy Acker, Lawrencetown, Annapolis Co.; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by three sisters and two brothers. Funeral mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. today in St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church, Courtney Road, Dartmouth. Burial to follow in Gate of Heaven Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of one's choice. Arrangements entrusted to Dartmouth Funeral Home.
............................................................................................................................
Name: HARRY EDWARD ACKER
Interm Date: September 27, 1996
Age: 71
Status: CARPENTER
Nativity: LAWERANCE, NS
Cemetery: Gate of Heaven
Section: 6G
Plot: H
Grave: 7A
Funeral Home: DFH
Cremation: No

[NI02821] SCHOFIELD, Nina B. - 83, Berwick, died March 5, 1997, in Northwood Centre, Halifax. Born in Springfield, Annapolis Co., she was a daughter of the late Ezekiel and Radie (Woodworth) Acker. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Mayflower Chapter 2, Aylesford; St. Eudora Rebekah Lodge 43, Berwick; Berwick United Baptist Church and MacPherson Auxiliary. Surviving are son, Ronald, Trenton, Ont.; daughter, Marie Alexander, Halifax; brother, Roy, Lawrencetown, Annapolis Co.; sisters, Eileen Stevens, St. Margarets Bay; Roxie Ryan, Betty Deveau, Dartmouth; Mildred Glister, Gladys Pelton, Wolfville; Marion Baker, Digby County; Dorothy Acker, Halifax; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Walter; brothers, Bobby, Bill, Harry; sisters, Marjorie and Frannie Acker, Nellie Spencer. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Saturday, OES service 7:15 p.m. Saturday, Rebekah Lodge service 7:45 p.m. Saturday, all in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, 192 Commercial St., Berwick. Funeral 2 p.m. Sunday in Berwick United Baptist Church, Pastor Shawn Kehoe officiating. Private family burial in Berwick Cemetery. Reception to follow in the church annex. Donations to Canadian Cancer Society or any charity.

[NI02822] SCHOFIELD, Walter Freeman - 81, Berwick, Kings County, died December 22, 1992, in Northwood Manor, Halifax. Born in Newtonville, Kings County, he was a son of the late Delbert and Annie (Benjamin) Schofield. He was a veteran of the Second World, serving with the Royal Canadian Navy. He was employed as a foreman at Berwick Bakery from 1945 until retirement in 1976. He was an active member of Berwick Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, the former Nina B. Acker, Northwood Manor; son, Ronald, Trenton, Ont.; daughter, Marie Alexander, Halifax; brother, Albert, Greenwich, Kings County; sister, Florence Parker, Wolfville; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by three brothers, Parker, Kenneth, Frederick; five sisters, Ethel, Mary, Clara, Rachael, Eleanor. The body is in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick, visiting 6-9 p.m. tonight, where funeral will be 11 a.m. Thursday, Rev. Gordon Walker officiating. Burial will be in Berwick Cemetery. Donations may be made to any charity.

[NI02823] GLISTER, Mildred M."Sally" -87, Wolfville, passed away Thursday, July 17, 2003, in Valley Regional hospital, Kentville. Born in Lake Pleasant, Annapolis Co., she was the daughter of the late Ezekiel and Radie (Woodworth) Acker. Sally lived in the Lower Wolfville area, where she owned and operated Sally's Canteen for 18 years. She was also a member of the Wolfville United Baptist Church. surviving are daughters, Marjorie (Donald Reed), Lakelands; Joan (Bev Hiltz), Minesing,Ont; Judi (John Bresnan), Cambridge; sisters Marion Baker, Digby; Gladys Pelton , Wolfville; Roxie Ryan, Dartmouth; Betty Deveau, Porter's Lake; brother, LeRoy Acker, Lawrencetown. Sally is also survived by 11 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren ; 5great great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by husband, Charles; sisters Nina Schofield, Eileen Stevens, Dorothy Acker, Nellie Spencer, Marjorie Acker and sister Fanie Acker in infancy; brothers, Harry, Bill and Bobby. Visitation will be held 2-4, 7-9 Sunday, July 20, in H.C. Lindsay funeral home, 568 Main St., Wolfville. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Monday, July 21 in Wolfville Baptist Church, corner of Main street and Highland Avenue, Wolfville, Rev. Stephen Brown officiating. Interment will follow in Willowbank Cemetery, Gaspereau Avenue, Wolfville, Family flowers only. donations may be made in sally's name to the Kidney foundation of Canada, Nova Scotia Branch or Canadian cancer Society. Expressions of sympathy may be sent via e-mail to: lindsayfunerals@ns.aliantzinc.ca

[NI02825] STEVENS, Eileen Dorothy - 78, Head of St. Margarets Bay, died May 11, 1998, in QEII Health Sciences Centre, New Infirmary Site. Born in Lawrencetown, Annapolis Co., she was a daughter of the late Ezekiel and Radie (Woodworth) Acker. She was employed for 13 years with Halifax County and Bedford District School Board as a caretaker. She was a member of Head of St. Margarets Bay United Baptist Church, and was an avid bingo player. Surviving are daughters, Shirley (Mrs. Donald Dauphinee), Glen Haven; Marion (Mrs. Arlen Crocker), Seabright; Jean (Mrs. Robert Rounds), Bridgetown; Beverley (Mrs. Hal Martin), Tantallon; Sharon Benvie, at home; brother, Leroy, Lawrencetown, Annapolis Co.; sisters, Roxie (Mrs. Joseph Ryan), Betty Deveau, Dartmouth; Gladys Pelton, Mildred Glister, Wolfville; Marion Baker, Digby; 16 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Douglas Robert; son, Douglas Alfred; brothers, Bobby, Harry, Billy; sisters, Dorothy, Nellie, Nina, Marjorie, Franny. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today, 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Thursday in J. Albert Walker Funeral Home, Seabright. Cremation to follow. Funeral 2 p.m. Friday in Head of St. Margarets Bay United Baptist Church, Pastor Pearly N. Tidd officiating. Burial in Mason Point Cemetery. Donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia.

[NI02835] ACKER, Dorothy Laverta - 56, Northwood Manor, Halifax, died November 28, 1997, in QEII Health Sciences Centre, Infirmary Site. Born August 18, 1941, in Lawrencetown, Annapolis Co., she was a daughter of the late Ezekial and Radie (Woodworth) Acker. Surviving are daughters, Christina (Mrs. Leonard Malay), Charlene (Mrs. Steven Oulette), Halifax; Carolanne (Mrs. Mark Harvey), St. Catharines, Ont.; sons, Troy, Michael, Halifax; sisters, Mrs. Gladys (Mom) Pelton, Wolfville; Adella Woodworth, New Germany; Mrs. Mildred Glister, Wolfville; Mrs. Eileen Stevens, St. Margarets Bay; Mrs. Marion Baker, Digby; Mrs. Roxy Ryan, Dartmouth; Mrs. Betty Deveau, Lake Echo; brother, Leroy, Lawrencetown, Annapolis Co.; 10 grandchildren. She was predeceased by sisters, Nellie, Nina; brothers, Billy, Harry. Funeral 2 p.m. today in J. Albert Walker Funeral Home, 149 Herring Cove Rd., Halifax, Rev. Gus Pendleton officiating. Burial in Sunrise Park Cemetery, Hatchet Lake, Halifax Co. In lieu of flowers, donations to Northwood Manor or any charity.

[NI02840] BEST, Ruth Marion - 85, 31 James St., Truro and Chester, died June 6, 1997, in QEII Health Sciences Centre, Halifax. Born in New Albany, Annapolis Co., she was a daughter of the late William and Bessie (Acker) Whynott. She and her husband formerly owned and operated Best's Grocery, Brookfield, for several years and later moved to Truro after selling the store. She was a past member of the United Baptist Church, Brookfield, and was a former nurse's aide, having worked for the Colchester Regional Hospital, Truro. Surviving are son, Lawrence, Stellarton; daughters, Madelyn Best, Halifax; Muriel (Mrs. Jack O'Connell), Chester; brother, Clarence, Wellesley Hills, Mass.; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Eugene; brothers, Atwood, Seymour; sister, Elsie. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today in Mattatall Funeral Home, Truro. Funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday in St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Truro, Rev. Clair MacLeod officiating. Burial in Terrace Hill Cemetery, Truro. In lieu of flowers, donations to the palliative care unit of Colchester Regional Hospital or St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Truro.

[NI02841] BEST, Laurence S. — 80, died Decem­ber 23, 2010, in The Windsor Elms af­ter a lengthy battle with Lewy Body disease. Laurence spent his life as a principal and math teacher for 35 years in various parts of Canada, end­ing his career with the last 15 years at North River Elementary School near Truro. He graduated from Acadia in 1958 and was an avid Acadia support­er throughout his life. Laurence loved to do crossword puzzles, read, garden and follow his Toronto Maple Leafs. He was the man with the Tilley hat walking wherever he lived at the time. Laurence leaves behind his wife of al­most 46 years, Crystal (Smith); and the family he loved, daughter, Jennifer (Dan) Jennings, Lower Sack­ville; son, Bill (Fay) Best, Fredericton. He will be forever missed by his be­loved grandchildren, Gillian, Bryan and Laura Jennings, and Aidan, Maria and Annika Best. Also survived by his sisters, Madelyn Best and Francis O’Connell. He was predeceased by his parents, Eugene and Ruth Best. The family would like to thank The Wind­sor Elms staff for the wonderful care Laurence received during the past two and a half years. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Dartmouth Funeral Home. Memorial services will be held on Wednesday, December 29 at 11 a.m. in Knox Unit­ed Church, 567 Sackville Dr., Lower Sackville. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Acadia University or a charity of your choice in memoriam of Laurence.

[NI02845] Nathan came to Halifax N.S. Abt. 1750/51. He was probably the Jew who converted to Christianity at St. Paul's Anglican Church in 1751. He was a trader and shopkeeper.

[NI02846] Thursday, December 7, 2000 The Halifax Herald Limited

WYNOT (Whynot) Clarence Murdock - 98, East Falmouth, Mass., formerly of Wellesley Hills, Mass., died November 21, 2000. Born February 23, 1902, in New Albany, Annapolis Co., he was the last surviving member of the family of William James and Bessie Mae (Acker) Whynot (New Albany). He moved to Massachusetts as a young man where he worked in the general Boston area in house construction, at the Boston Navy Yard during the Second World War, and later after the war with the Raytheron Company from which he retired. Surviving are numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Mary Ann MacLean, (Port Hastings); brothers, Atwood Roy Wynot, (Framingham, Mass.); Seymore Morse Whynot, (New Albany); sisters, Elsie May (Whynot) Spurr, (Round Hill); Ruth Marion (Whynot) Best, (Truro). Funeral was held November 26 in St. Mary Episcopal Church, Newton Lower Falls. Burial in church cemetery.

[NI02866] Mrs. Devilla Barry 1942 Bridgewater Bulletin

The funeral service for Mrs. Devilla Barry, 59 years, wife of the late Joseph Barry, who died Friday, October 16 th., in the Winnipeg General Hospital, was held Tuesday afternoon, October 20th., at 2:00 o'clock in the Clark-Leatherdale Funeral Home with burial in St.Vital Cemetery. Canon G.R. Calvert of St. Matthew's Anglican Church officiated. Her husband predeceased her five years ago. Born in Maitland, Nova Scotia, she came west thirty-four years ago, first residing in Toronto. With her husband they farmed at Waskada and Malinak, Manitoba, finally settling at Grande Pointe.
Surviving are two children, a daughter, Joyce; and a son, Donald; two sisters, Mrs. William Ernst, Blockhouse, Nova Scotia; and Mrs. Compton of Toronto.

RR

[NI02868] Mrs William A S Ernst - The community of Blockhouse was saddened when
learning of the call to higher service of Mrs William Ernst, 89. Death
came on Friday, May 2 1975, in the Fishermen's Memorial Hospital,
Lunenburg, where she had been a patient for several weeks. Born in
Maitland, Lunenburg County, November 1885, Effie Florence Veinot was the
daughter of Hibbert and Louisa Veinot, by whom she was predeceased.
Following her marriage more than seventy-one years ago, she came to live
at the Ernst home and remained on their Century Farm where she and Mr
Ernst celebrated their seventy- first wedding anniversary on December 31
1974. Mrs Ernst was a devout member of St James Anglican Church which
she attended regularly until uncertain health curtailed her activities.
She will be sorely missed by her husband to whom she was devoted, as
well as her sons and daughters who will treasure the memory of a mother
whose strong personality helped them over their character forming
years. Surviving, besides her husband, are Evan, Lexington, Mass;
Arnold, Mahone Bay; Edward, Wenham, Mass; Henry, Calgary, Alberta;
Wendell, Halifax; Homer, Blockhouse; Myrtle (Mrs Don Purdy), Liverpool;
Isabelle (Mrs Lloyd Lohnes), Blockhouse; and a sister Lilla Veinot,
Maitland. There are also 17 grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren.
Mrs Ernst was predeceased by her parents; also sons Harry and Fenwick;
sisters Ellen and Divilla; a brother Jason; and a granddaughter Beryl.
The deceased rested at the Mahone Funeral Home until Monday morning when
she was taken to St James Church where the funeral service was held at
11 o'clock. The officiating clergyman was the Rector Rev W E Dye,
assisted by Ven C R Elliott, Liverpool. The church organist, Gertie
Smeltzer, and choir led in the singing of "The King of Love" and "The
Strife is O'er". Serving as pall bearers were five sons and a
son-in-law, Arnold Ernst, Edward Ernst, Henry Ernst, Wendell Ernst,
Homer Ernst, and Don Purdy. (LPE of Wed, May 14 1975, pg 19)

E-mail Dave Tanner

[NI02877] "NOWE","John & Maria Eliz","James Libay","1854-08-10","1854-12-10","ZLL",,,"B"

[NI02878] Nowe Ada Mrs 51 Nova Scotia Lunenburg Lunenburg 46 3 49 1911 Census

39 Nowe Ada Mrs F Wife W Jan 1860 51
39 Nowe Luetta F S Nov 1890 20

[NI02879] Notes for WALLACE FREEMAN OXNER:
MF #19840 Vol. 16, (1958 - 1964), Page 320
Wallace F Oxner - Lunenburg, Will made out 17 Dec 1956, Probate 12 September 1961
Beneficiaries - Son, Bert Oxner (executor); Wife - Lula
- Daughter - Ruby Knock (Wife of Edward)
- Son, Owen Oxner
- Grandson, Wayne Oxner s/o Bert
- Granddaughter, Geraldine Hannams d/o Bert
- Granddaughter, Kathryn Knock

Source:
E-Mail from Elizabeth (Oxner) Burbidge

[NI02881] Mary Anne was illegitimate- she may have been a Lowe
Source: Lana Veinotte notes
I also have her name as Mary Ann Mossman born Abt. 1828 and have a marriage date Jun 16, 1859 in
Lunenburg, N S...cannot remember or find my source???

[NI02882] "BAKER","George & Eliz Vienot","Amelia Eliz","1838-01-09","1838-06-18","PL",,,"B"

"BAKER","George & Eliz Vienot","Cath Adelaide","1842-03-30","1842-09-26","ZLL",,,"B"

"BAKER","George & Eliz Vienot","David Benjamin","1830-09-01","1830-12-29","ZLL",,,"B"

"BAKER","George & Eliz Vienot","George Aaron","1845-03-08","1845-10-29","ZLL",,,"B"

"BAKER","George & Eliz Vienot","George Fred","1836-05-22","1836-08-03","ZLL",,,"B"

"BAKER","George & Eliz Vienot","Nathaniel","1840-03-10","1840-04-22","PL",,,"B"

[NI02886] TEAL Lavinia B 1830-01-02 1830-01-09 ZLL Jacob & Eliz Heison

[NI02888] Came across on Speedwell 1752 18yrs of age

[NI02894] WARD, Lawrence Elwood (Larry) - 35, Red Deer, Alta., died October 11, 1993, in Red Deer Regional Hospital. Born in Berwick, Kings County, he was a son of Thelma (Hines) Ward, Berwick and the late Elwood Ward. He was employed with Flint Engineering and Construction Ltd., Stettler, Alta. since 1988. He is survived by two sisters, Patricia (Mrs. Rodney Richie), Auburn; Carol Wambolt, Berwick; two nieces; two nephews; a grandniece. He was predeceased by two brothers, Ronald, Wendell in infancy. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick, where funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday, Rev. Eustace Marshall officiating. Burial will be in Aylesford Union Cemetery. Donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society.

[NI02896] GRAFTON - Alfred Veinotte 72, West Stedman Road Grafton died Sunday 02 Dec 1973 at home. Born in Waterville, he was a son of the late Arthur and Ada (Veinotte) Veinotte. He was predeceased by his first wife the former Blanche Murphy and two daughters. He is survived by three sons Arthur , Harborville, George, Shaw Road, John, West Stedman Road five stepsons, Beverly Acker, New Ross, Carroll and Albert Bezanson Dalhousie, Nelson and James Bezanson , Lake Paul five daughters, Jean (Mrs Kenneth Pelton) and Beatrice (Mrs Chester Pelton), both of Waterville, Joyce (Mrs Charles Rawding) Ontario, Mary (Mrs Donald Sproule) Aylesford, Irene (Mrs Blaze McPherson) Gagetown, six stepdaughters, Louise (Mrs Donald Parent) Ontario, Bertha (Mrs Otis Veinot). Lunenburg, Etta Bezanson, Waterville, Elizabeth (Mrs Clayton Joudrey) Lake Paul, Beatrice (Mrs Howard Arenburg) South Waterville; Elsie (Mrs Ross Hutchinson) Ontario, one brother Wilbert, Nictaux; two sisters Irene (Mrs Eddie Cofflin) and Leona, Mrs Charles Cinnamon) both in U.S.A. 22 grandchildren and 17 step-grandchildren. The body is at H.C.Lindsay Funeral Home, Berwick where funeral service will be held Thursday at 2.30 p.m. Rev Max Clattenburg will officiate. Interment will be in Berwick Cemetery..

[NI02897] PELTON, Jean Isabelle - 69, Waterville, Kings Co., died August 5, 1998, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Grafton, Kings Co., she was a daughter of the late Alfred and Blanche (Murphy) Veinotte. She worked at M.W. Graves for many years. She enjoyed yard sales and flea markets. Surviving are sons, Donald, Sterling, Waterville; daughters, Louise (Mrs. Sam Dalton), Brampton, Ont.; Linda Haggerty, Berwick; Sharon (Mrs. Russell Bent), Waterville; Shirley (Mrs. David Ritchie), Auburn; brothers, Arthur, Garland; John, Saw Road; sisters, Joyce (Mrs. Charlie Rawding), Huntsville, Ont.; Irene (Mrs. Blaise McPherson), Oromocto, N.B.; 10 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Kenneth Albert; son, Albert; brother, George; sisters, Beatrice Pelton; Mary Sproule; grandson, Bruce Pelton. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Friday, funeral 11 a.m. Saturday, both in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick, Rev. Ralph Lepore officiating. Burial in Berwick Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or Kings County VON.

[NI02901] BAKER, David Lloyd George - 75, East Chester, formerly of Dartmouth and Lower Clarence, Bridgetown, passed away peacefully September 12, 1998, at home. Born in Truro, he was a son of the late Harold O'C and Edith (Barss) Baker, Dartmouth. David served in the Canadian Merchant Navy from 1939-1946. He retired from the Coast Guard in 1984 after serving 26 years as an engineer. He was a member of First Baptist Church, Dartmouth. David was the beloved husband of Betty Rafuse. Loving father to daughter, Ann, East Chester; sons, David and wife Lynda, Richard and wife Sandra, James and wife Annette, all of Lower Clarence, Bridgetown; grandchildren, David, Dean, Richard, Paul, Jennifer, Lisa, Kimberley and Gillian; great-grandchildren, Julia and Kaleb; step-grandchildren, Dwayne and Sean. He was predeceased by his sister, Barbara J. White. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Wednesday, funeral service 1 p.m. Thursday, both in Davis Funeral Home, Chester. Burial 4 p.m. Thursday in Riverside Cemetery, Bridgetown. Family flowers only. Donations to VON, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, Methodist Cemetery or any charity.

[NI02910] Johann Micheal Schmidt's bible:
1791. The 19th of March Mr. EMENO and his wife and his son's daughter were murdered, burned and robbed by the 2 murderers, arsonists and thieves named George and Friderich BOTTELIER.
The 9th of May 1791 both were hanged on the gallows in Lunenburg and the next day were taken by their friends to North-West and
buried as a memorial.


Taken From Silver Files:

The following notes were sent from the Halifax, Nova Scotia archives. Some were obtained from Canon E. A. Harris of Mahone Bay, and from Lutheran Church records:

The Emmeneau or Ammanand family suffered tragedy. It would seem that George Frederick Ammenand (or Emmeneaus) at age 24 came on the ship "Speedwell" from Montbiliard in 1752. Montbeliard was a part of France at the German border. He is listed first in Halifax with others of that name; then in 1753 he is listed as returning from army duties in Lunenburg. Then in 1754 he is assigned a home, after more divisions, and he received a livestock distribution. He married an Elizabeth (someone) but she died. He marriage to Elizabeth Fridell (or Feindell) was on February 3, 1756. He was on a Cattle Expedition in 1756 and on an Indian Patrol in 1758 as a private. Town lots of 30 and 300 acres were granted him in 1760.

In 1770, Frederick Ammeneau (Emmenand) made a small donation towards the building of the church. In 1791, George Frederick Emmenand (Sp. theirs) with wife and a grand-daughter, were brutally murdered by George and John Boutilier (one, a Godson). The Emmeneau couple had retired from business into a suburban home, and the murderers had come to rob them, but had to kill them first.
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The following notes were extracted from Bells "Foreign Protestants" and ship lists.

In 1749, the British government sought foreign Protestants as settlers for the new colony in Nova Scotia, Canada. It employed as its agent a British merchant in Rotterdam named John Dick. The 1752 voyage of the "Speedwell" was one of Dick's ten "shipments" of human freight to reach Nova Scotia. It left Rotterdam 5/16 May 1752 with 216 souls on board; 203 survived the landing in Halifax on 29 July/9 August 1752. There were two Emoneaus listed:

NAME AGE FROM TRADE
---- --- ---- -----
Emonaud, Frederick 24 Montbeliard Farmer
Emonaud, Samuel 50 Montbeliard Farmer

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As extracted from DesBrisay's "History of the County of Lunenburg" by Catherine Di Pietro.

Recorded in the Lunenburg Township land grant of June 30th, 1784:
Frederick Emouno, sen ... 360 acres.

Extracted from Bell's Notes:

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EMONEAU Samuel & Frederic

SPEEDWELL, 1752- Samuel, Farmer, Age 50, from Montbeliard. 1.1.2- indebted for 3 freights, fl226 & cash lent fl.13.9.0. Total fl.240.5.0. Kleinate: made his "mark" someone else writing the name "Samuel Emonaut".

Frederic, Farmer, Age 24, from Montbeliard 1.1.-- indebted for 2 freights, fl 151.4.0. & cash lent fl 11.10.0, Total fl 162.14.0. Wrote as uneducated signature, the letters being formed one by one separately; apparently intended to be "Frideli Emonaut" (The "Fridela" sounds like the German nickname "Fridel" for Frederick).

HALIFAX-
Vict List, Aug-Oct 1752 (List No 5)-
1. Samuel, Elizabeth, Judith & Anne Emonaud
2. Frederique & Elizabeth Emonaud
Vict List, Feb-April 1753,
1. Elizabeth, Judith & Anne Emonaud
2. Frederick & Elizabeth Emonaud
Burial, 28 March 1753- Elizabeth Emeneau (Roll I . Roll III).

[Roll II has the date 31 March & name Emmoneau). (From the
entry above it is obviously impossible to tell whether this
Elizabeth is the one of the Samuel family, or the wife of
Frederick E - but I think it is certainly the former. In the
Live Stock Distribution of 1754 in Lunenburg Frederick E is
listed as a married man, & in the Vict. List of June 1755 he
appears with Elizabeth E., whereas Judith E appears alone).
(This is confirmed by Steinfort's Report at Muster of 13
April 1753 - Anna Eliz. Emmaud, deceased aged 5 years].

LUNENBURG
Return Of Arms, Dec 1753- Fredk Emmoneau - Steinfort's Div.

Return of Divisions, July 1754- Friederick Emonau - Steinfort's Div.
Lot E-8. Assigned member would seem to indicate
something in the way of a house.
30 - Acre Farm Lots, Allotment List 1753-4 - Frederick Emmoneaud-
First Pennisula, B-2.
Live Stock Distribution 1754, Friedk Emonaud & Abraham Distous Lot
No 168 5 sheep,1 sow,1goat
Vict List June 1755, Frederick & Elizabeth Emonaud (Nos 803/4):
Judith Emonaud (No. 1296)(immediately following
the Greteau family).
Marriage, 3 Feb 1756- Geo Frederick Emeno & Elizabeth Feindell.

[Frederick E's first wife, also named Elizabeth, must
apparently have died after June 1755. That this is the
explanation seems also in line with the fact that, whereas
Frederick & the first Elizabeth apparently had no children
during the several years, Frederick's wife appears as futile
right after this recorded marriage. (Roll I)

Baptism, 29 March 1756- George, of Frederick & Elizabeth Emoineau

Vict List, Feb-May 1756- Fredk & Elizh Emonaud (Nos 1038/9). Geo
Emmonaud (1/2 ration)(No1355): Elizabeth Emonaud (No
522) This is surely a victualling clerk's error for
Judith E The name comes immediately after the Grebeau
family, as Judith E's name does in the Victualling List
of 1755 & 1757).

Vict List, Jan-May 1757- Friederich, Elisabeth & George Emonaud.
Separately Judith Emonaud.
Cattle Expedition 1756 - Fridk Emoneau (name vertical )

Indian Patrol 1758- Friderich Emonaud, private

Baptism, 9 Nov 1757- Susanna Cath of Frederick & Elizabeth Emmoneau

Baptism, 3 May 1759- Frederick, of Frederich & Elizabeth Emmoineau (

Registry of Town Lots, 1760-Frederick Emmoneau- Steinfort's Div E-8
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[NI02916] The Lewiston Daily Sun, Auburn, Maine

Monday morning - 4 April, 1949

MASS. WOMAN DIES AT THE AGE OF 109

WOLLASTON, Mass., April 3 - Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Lohnes died last night at the age of 109.
She was born in New Germany, Nova Scotia, of old Plymouth Pilgrim stock.
She was married to Elkanah Lohnes at 17 in 1857 and lived in Nova Scotia until his death in 1904.
Her health was good until four years ago when she suffered a shock. She had said she lived a long life because:
"I've always worked hard and I don't smoke, drink, or go to dances."
Only two of her eight children are still living.
She also leaves 17 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren.

C. Walker

[NI02917]
Lydia Varner
New Germany, Nov. 5 - There passed away at an early hour this morning at her home here, one of the oldest residents of the place in the person of Lydia, widow of Elias Varner, at the age of eighty-three years. Deceased was the daughter of the late Henry and Mrs. Feindel, New Germany, the former being brother to George Feindel, the first white child born in this place. In her immediate family, she is survived by brothers, Hezekiah, United States, and William and Obediah Feindel of New Germany, and by one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Lohnes, Worcester, Mass. There are left also sons - Uriah, Dochester, Mass.; Charles, Kenneth, Henry, Obediah and Joshua, New Germany; and two daughters; Mrs. John Stuart, Milton, Mass.; and Mrs. Alvin Gates Stanburne. Her husband died in 1894, and as a widow, with nine children, she had given a life of service to the family, the community and the public at large. For many years she conducted a boarding house, open at all hours to accommodate all who came. No one was ever turned away on account of not possessing the price necessary to pay for a meal or a night's lodging. She was ever active in the affairs of the Anglican Church and in everything that pertained to the welfare of the community. (hand written on obituary - 1927)

Rosemary Rafuse
www.nsobits.ca

[NI02919] Honored On 101st. Birthday
NEW GERMANY, Aug 3 -New Germany's grand old man, Obediah Feindel, quietly observed his 101st. Birthday at his home here on Sunday, Aug 2, when friends called to offer congratulations on attaining this great age. He is in good health and his eyesight and hearing are remarkable. He has a ken mind and sense of humor and greeted his visitors to his usual pleasing manor. The highlights of the day for Mr. Feindel was the receipt of a telegram from H.R.H. Queen Elizabeth II, offering birthday congratulations.
Mr. Feindel is a son of the late Henry Feindel and Lucy Arenburg Feindel, pioneers of the district, and is the last member of a family noted for its longevity. A sister, Mrs Elizabeth Lohnes, of Wallaston, Mass. Lived to the age of 102 years.
Mr, Feindel had a family of nine children, seven of whom are living. They are Lydia, widow of Amiel Lohnes, New Germany, Lena ( Mrs. Canverse) , Leicester, Mass.; Jessie ( Mrs. Herbert Ligo) Westerly, Rhode Island, who with her two grandchildren are at present visiting her father. Jennie (Mrs. Snyder) ,who with her family resides with her father in New Germany, Allen in Texas, Elvin in Maine and Richard in Michigan.
An interesting and unusual thing in this family is the fact that Mr. Feindel's wife was a twin. They had two sets of twins in their family and their twin daughter Jennie ( Mrs. Snyder ) had three sets of twins in her family

Friends and relatives from far and near join in extending congratulations to Mr. Feindel on this great occasion.


Write up in the Halifax Newspaper Aug. 3rd. 1953
via Ron Zinck

[NI02920] Hezekiah Feindel 1941
New Germany, November 12- Word has been received here by relatives of the
death of Hezekiah Feindel who died recently in Milton, Mass. The deceased
was born here 87 years ago, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feindel.
He spent the first forty years of his life here. He comes from a long lived
family. His sister, Mrs. Elkanah Lohnes, who is over one hundred years of
age is living in Milton, Mass., and Obed Feindel, an aged resident of N
Germany, is a brother. His widow was formerly Miss Ellen Leary of
Dayspring. She is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Leary. A
daughter, Ida, also survives and resides in Milton, Mass. Mrs. Ford Feindel
of New Germany is a niece of the deceased, and Obed Varner, a nephew.
Interment was made at Milton.

[NI02923] Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Chesley Corner, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:h
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

Feindel Albert M Head M Jul 6 1861 39
Feindel Agustie F Wife M Apr 1 1862 38
Feindel Clarence M Son S Apr 7 1887 13
Feindel Hattie F Daughter S Jan 16 1889 12
Feindel Ethel F Daughter S Dec 22 1890 10
Feindel Angus M Son S Aug 20 1892 8
Feindel Ellen F Daughter S Mar 7 1898 3
Feindel Leo M Son S Mar 16 1896
Feindel Mabel F Daughter S Mar 10 1901 1/12

[NI02924] William B. Feindel, Sr. age 105, a former resident of Wakefield, passed away March1, 1977, in Symmes Hospital, Arlington.
Born in Midville Branch, Nova Scotia, on August 15, 1871, he was a son of J. Albert and Josephine W. (MacKay) Feindel.
He came to Wakefield in 1884 and resided there until 1960, when he moved to Lexington.A wheelwright and carriage-smith by trade, he, in partner with the late Steohen J, Wannamaker, conducted a wagon-building and blacksmith shop in Wakefield Junction.
After his partner's death, Mr. Feindel carried on the business alone until his retirement in 1951 after 61 years in the business.
Mr. Feindel was the sole surviving member of Camp 39, United Spanish War Veternas; the Veterans' organization of old "Company A, Sixth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry in the war with Spain in 1898. He and his brother, the late Henry A. Feindel, saw active service in the Puerto Rican campaign. They were both charter members of Wakefield Post 2106, Veterans
of Foreign Wars.In May, 1976, VFW Post 2106 honored Mr. Feindel during a special program, after learning that the post had the honor of having him as the oldest living veteran in the United States.He was the husband of the late Mytrie (Cooper) Feindel.
Mr. Feindel is survived by a son, William B. Feindel, Jr. of Atkinson, N.H.; a daughter, Caroline T. Feindel, with whom he made his home in Lexington; two sisters, Mrs. Grant W. (Dorothy) Brown of Wakefield; and Mrs. Duncan (Laura) MacLennon of Wilton, N.H.; two grandchildren, William B. Feindel III of North Reading and James H. Feindel of Nashua, N.H.; and two great grandchildren, William B. Feindel IV and Kimberly J. Feindel, both of North
Reading.Funeral services were held Thursday at 11 a.m. in the Morrison Funeral home, 13 Yale Avenue, Wakefield, with the Rev. Francis E. Potter of Lexington officiating.
Interment was in Lakeside Cemetery, Wakefield.

RR

[NI02928] Orbin Lohnes is half brother to Hattie Mae( Fiendel) Veinotte

Lohnes Orbin M Head M Nov 19 1877 23
Lohnes Devilla F Wife M Aug 22 1873 27
Lohnes Lamont M Son S May 22 1896 5
Lohnes Hannah F Daughter S Apr 26 1899 1
Lohnes Annie F Daughter S Dec 4 1900 0


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Dalhousie, KINGS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:36
Subdistrict Number:j
Archives Microfilm:T-6453

1911 / Nova Scotia / Kings / 5 Dalhousie East poll district / page 5

Lohnes Orbin M Head M Nov 1879 31
Lohnes Devilla F Wife M Aug 1871 39
Lohnes Hannah F Daughter S Apr 1899 12
Lohnes Annie F Daughter S Dec 1901 9
Lohnes Delia F Daughter S May 1902 8
Lohnes Idella F Daughter S Jul 1903 7
Lohnes Thomas M Son S Jun 1906 4
Lohnes Louis F Daughter S Apr 1909 2
Veniot Mont M S May 1895 16

[NI02930] From the John F Dugan CD "The People of Western Kings 1785 to 1901":

References for:
Lohnes Devilla M (1872-1949) nee Veinot

East Dalhousie Anglican Cemetery 1949: Tombstone:
Devilla M Veinot Lohnes 1872--1949
--
Phil Vogler

[NI02931] District:NS KINGS (#36)
Subdistrict:Dalhousie j Page 4

15 34 Veinot Lyman M Head M Feb 23 1847 54
16 34 Veinot Adelaide F Wife M Nov 11 1853 47
17 34 Veinot Stewart M Son S Oct 3 1885 15

[NI02936] Mrs. Hattie May Veinotte 1960 Bridgewater Bulletin

Mrs. Hattie May Veinotte passed away at her home in Dalhousie East on November 28th, 1960. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Feindel who have both passed on. Surviving are brothers Angus, Leo and Orbin. Sisters Ethel (Mrs. Kaizer); Ellen (Mrs. Sweet) and Mabel (Mrs. Veinotte). Mrs. Veinotte was twice married. Surviving are Eldon; Merna (Mrs. Dimock Veinotte); Wilma (Mrs. Albert Robar); Elsie (Mrs. Alonzo Daniels). From the second union are Harold, Hyman, Lloyd, Cecil and Owen. Daughters, Violet (Mrs. Ernie Meldrum); Gladys (Mrs. Weagle); Ernestine; Daphne (Mrs. Allison Tupper); Audrey (Mrs. Lemuel Lohnes); Alma (Mrs. Ralph Bezanson). Funeral service was held from the St. Cyprans Anglican Church on November 30th. Rev. John Mitchell officiated. Pall bearers were Guy Fancy, Emmerson Lowe, Marcus and Ivan Crossland. The wealth of beautiful flowers told in a silent way how much she was loved by family and friends. Her steady cheerfulness and smile will long be remembered by her friends. She spent all her life in service to others.

[NI02943] St.Cyprian's Cemetery, East Dalhousie, Kings County
(Anglican Cemetery)

VEINOTTE
Stewart Arthur 1885-1942
Hattie Mae 1888-1960

Stuart Veinott 1942 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death of Stuart Veinott, who had been ill for a year, occurred at his home here Monday morning at the age of 56.
He is survived by his wife, who before her marriage was Hattie (Feindel) Acker; his sons, Harold, Cecil, Lyman, Owen and Lloyd; an adopted son, Murray, at present at Yarmouth Military Camp; one step-son,Eldon; his daughters, (Violet) Mrs. Meldrum; (Alma) Mrs. Bezanson; (Gladys )Mrs. Ken Weagle, Ernestine, Daphne,and Audrey, at home; three step-daughters, namely Mrs. Guy Robar (Merna); Mrs. Albert Robar (Wilma); and Mrs. Lonnie Daniels (Elsie).
The funeral was held on Wednesday at the Anglican Church, Rev. P.G. Corbin officiating. We extend sympathy to the bereaved family.

RR

[NI02945] Never married

[NI02948] He was adopted by Stuart and Hattie. He is the natural son of Myrna Clitis Acker
and father unknown

[NI02949] VEINOTTE, Cecil Edgar — 87, Fac­torydale, Kings Co., passed away at home surrounded by loved ones on Tuesday, September 28, 2010. Born in East Dalhousie on March 2, 1923, he was a son of the late Stewart and Hat­tie (Fiendel) Veinotte. Cecil was a vet­eran of the Second World War and was previously employed at Howard’s Ser­vice Centre, Wayne Morse’s Mill, for Winston Lohnes and Lake Paul Pulp and Logging. Cecil is survived by chil­dren, Rex (Darlene), Black Rock; Har­vey (Darlene), North River Road; Wanda (Skip) Bowlby, Kingston; Ann (David) Hiltz, Aylesford; Don (Marga­ret), Somerset; Joy (Emerson) Vei­notte, Factorydale; 11 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; three great great-grandchildren who held a spe­cial place in his heart; sister, Audrey (Lemuel Lohnes), New Germany; sev­eral nieces and nephews. Cecil will be missed by his four-legged companion, Lady. Besides his parents, he was pre­deceased by his wife of 65 years, Nina M. (Joudrey) Veinotte; children, Law­rence, Ruby Ann and Milton; grand­daughters, Dorothy and Kimberley Veinotte; brothers, Harold, Owen, Lloyd and Lyman; sisters, Ernestine Veinotte, Violet Meldrum, Gladys Weagle, Alma Bezanson, Daphne Tup­per, Elsie Daniels; half-brothers, Eldie Acker and Murray Veinotte; half-sis­ters, Myrna Veinotte and Wilma Ro­bar. Visitation for Cecil will take place 7-9 p.m. today, Thursday, in H.C. Lind­say Funeral Home, 192 Commercial St., Berwick, NS B0P 1E0 (902-538-9900), from where the funer­al service will be held at 2 p.m., Friday, October 1, Pastor Tim Bigelow offi­ciating, with interment in East Dal­housie United Baptist Cemetery at a later date. Family flowers only, dona­tions in her memory may be made to the Palliative Care Program of Anna­polis Valley Health. Condolences may be sent to the family at the funeral home address or on-line by visiting: www.lindsayfuneralhome.ca

[NI02950]

[NI02951] Poem done by Terri-Lyn Veinotte (granddaughter)

My Grandpa

His eyes are blue like the sky up high.
He likes eating tatis and gravey.
....and it makes him very lazy.
He watches T.V. morning til night.
He goes to bed and never says goodnight.
He hasn't much hair but a tooth here and there.
But I love my old grampy.
He's as cute as a bear.

[NI02952]
Middleton-- Owen Mark Veinotte,56, of Middleton died Saturday, April
7,1984 in Soldier's Memorial Hospital,Middleton.
Born in East Dalhousie, he was a son of the late Stuart and Hattie
(Fiendel) Veinotte. He is survived by his wife, the former Ruth
Acker,three daughters,Nancy (Mrs. Richard Milner),Princedale; Nora and
Karen, both at home;two sons, Stuart, Terrace, B.C.; Mark,Middleton;
five sisters,Mrs. Gladys Weagle,Halifax; Alma (Mrs. Ralph Bezanson),
Kingston; Daphne (Mrs. Allison Tupper), Aylesford; Wilma (Mrs. Albert
Robar), Lake Paul; Audrey (Mrs. Lemuel Lohnes), New Germany; four
brothers, Lyman,Lloyd,both of Kingston; Cecil and Murray, both of
Aylesford; and six grandchildren. He was predeceased by four sisters,
Violet, Ernestine, Myrna, Elsie and two brothers, Harold and Eldon. The
body is in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home, Middleton. Funeral will be 2
p.m. Tuesday in St.Crypian's Anglican Church, East Dalhousie, Rev. Gordon
Neish officiating with burial in the church cemetery. Donations may be
made to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Nova Scotia Lung Association.

[NI02953] Lloyd Sanford Veinotte, 54, of Greenwood died Monday at Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton, Nova Scotia.
Born Feb. 19, 1930 in east Dalhousie, he was the son of the late Stuart and Hattie (Fiendel) Veinotte.
He is survived by a daughter; Darlene, Greenwood; five sisters; Mrs. Alma Bezanson, Kingston, N.S.; Mrs. Daphne Tupper, Aylesford; Mrs. Audrey Lohnes, New Germany; Mrs. Gladys Weagles, Halifax; Mars Wilma Robar, Lake Paul; three brothers; Lyman, Kingston; Cecil and Murray both of Aylesford and 2 grandchildren.
He was predeceased by his wife, the former Elizabeth Dorey; and a brother Owen.
The body is in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home, Middleton. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday from St. Cyprians Anglican church, East Dalhousie, Rev. Gordon Neish officiating with burial in church cemetery.
Donations may be made to charity of choice.

[NI02959] The Chronicle Herald Fri, January 23rd, 2009

MILNER, Nancy Elizabeth - 48, of Princedale, passed away Monday, January 19, 2009, in the QEII Health Sciences Centre, Halifax. Born on November 24, 1960, in Bridgewater, she was the daughter of Ruth (Acker) and the late Owen (M) Veinotte. Her daughters, Megan and Juanita Milner; her granddaughter, Autumn Milner-Aldred; her brother, Stuart Veinotte and his wife, Barb Duffy; her buddies, Darlene and Rex Veinotte, were by her side. She enjoyed crafts, reading, genealogy and watching birds. She also enjoyed gardening; especially her roses and lilies. She loved spending time with her children and grandchildren. She worked at the Annapolis Basin Conference Centre as a Domestic Engineer for the last eight years where she had a partner in crime, Lisa Potter, who she thought the world of. She is survived by her daughters, Megan Milner (Joel Riley), Juanita Milner (Marty Aldred), both of Princedale; son, Michael Dale Jones, of Berwick; stepdaughter, Daphne Bassindale, of Ontario; seven grandchildren and one on the way; three stepgrandchildren; brothers, Scott Arbuckle, of Calgary; Stuart Veinotte (Barb Duffy), of British Columbia; Mark Veinotte (Marlene Crouse), of Nictaux; sisters, Nora Veinotte (Doug Campbell), of Grand Prairie, Alta., and Karen (Byron) Marshall, of Bridgetown, many nieces and nephews. She will be missed by her cat, Little Bit and her love bird, Floyd. She was predeceased by her husband of 26 years, Richard Byron Milner. She (they) will be dearly missed by the many, many family and friends that now have an empty spot in their hearts and lives. Cremation has taken place under the care and direction of Kaulbach Family Funeral Home, Annapolis Royal. At Nancy's request, there will be no visitation or memorial service. A private burial will take place at a later date. We would like to thank everyone at The Lodge That Gives, in Halifax for the care of Mom last year and also thanks to everyone at the QEII, V.G. Site. Donations in Nancy's memory can be sent to the Canadian Cancer Society. E-mail condolences may be sent to: KAULBACHFH@ns.aliantzinc.ca

[NI02964] The Chronicle Herald Mon, November 10th, 2008

MILNER, Richard Byron -65, Princedale, passed away Saturday, November 8, 2008, in Annapolis Community Health Centre. Born on March 23, 1943, in Digby he was the son of the late Myres and Marie Jean (Allen) Milner. His best moose hunting buddy Rex Veinotte and his friend Norman Milner were at his side. He is survived by his wife of 26 years, Nancy (Veinotte) Milner; daughters, Megan Riley (Joel), Juanita Milner (Marty Aldred), both of Princedale, and Daphne Bassendale, Ontario; stepson, Michael Jones, Berwick; 10 grandchildren; sister, Alice Jacques (Stan). He had a "special friend" which he called his "adopted son", Keith Huston, Princedale. He was predeceased by brother, Joseph Milner. He was a carpenter and a woodsman. He loved hunting and fishing, and spending time with his friends at the camp shooting the crap and drinking beer. Cremation has taken place under the care and direction of Kaulbach Family Funeral Home, Annapolis Royal. At Richard's request, there will be no visitation or memorial service. A private burial will take place at a later date. Donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. We would like to thank Dr. Barkwell and the nurses at Annapolis Community Health Centre for all their care and help with Richard while he was in their care. E-mail condolences may be sent to: KAULBACHFH@ns.aliantzinc.ca

[NI02984] Esrom drowned in the N.E. Branch La Have River on a bitterly cold day (-15F) in late January. He and two sons, Kenneth and Russell, were logging on the far side of the river from their home. When Esrom attempted to cross the river on a log on the top of the Lake Sherbrooke dam, he fell into the river. His sons had crossed safely ahead of him by straddling the icy log but Esrom attempted to cross it on his knees. His body was retrieved down river by several men in Dilphen Veinotte's new boat.

Esrom was buried in the Old Cemetery and after 9 years his remains were exhumed and buried in the New Cemetery. The work of moving him was carried out by Newton and Dilphen Veinotte helped by Russell and Maurice Wentzell. When the coffin was opened the body appeared to be almost perfectly preserved.

Source: The Book, Newburne Then and Now ( Pauline Veinotte)

[NI02985] Parkdale-Maplewood Community Cemetery

WENTZELL
Naaman E. 1877-1960

Minnie Eva 1888-1931

Naaman Ezekiel Wentzell 1960
The death of Naaman Ezekiel Wentzell occurred at the home of his son in Barss Corner , February 5, 1960, following a short illness.
Born at New Burne 83 years ago, he was the son of the late Benjamin and Catherine (Daniels) Wentzell. His wife, the former Minnie Gray, predeceased him 29 years ago, as well as a brother and sister.He is survived by one son, Earl , and one grandson, David, and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held at the home of his son on February 8th, conducted by the Rev. Peter MacDonald. Hymns sung were "Safe in the Arms of Jesus," and "Abide With Me." Pallbearers were Robert Silver, Waldo Morton, Eldridge Milbury, and Bert Milbury, the latter two being nephews of the deceased.
Interment was in the Parkdale Maplewood Cemetery.

RR

[NI02987] 14 March 1955 Halifax Herald

MRS. REBECCA IDA WENTZELL
NEW GERMANY- The death of Mrs. Rebecca Ida Wentzell occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Raimey, Maplewood, Saturday. She was a daughter of the late William Veinot and was born in Newburne 78 years ago. Her husband
predeceased her some years ago. Surviving are one daughter (Lela), Mrs. Harry Raimey, Maplewood; five sons, Kenneth, Waterville; Russell, Kentville; Carol, Boston; Maurice, Waterville; Gordon, Newburne; one sister, Mrs. May Wentzell, of West Newton, Mass.
The funeral service will be held from the Lutheran Church, Newburne, on
Tuesday afternoon, March 15 at 2 o'clock, conducted by the pastor, Rev. W. L. Myra, interment will be in the Newburne cemetery.

[NI02988] Halifax Herald 6/18/2002

VEINOT, Jody Lloyd - 17, Nictaux South, died June 15, 2002, in Varner Mountain, Nictaux South. Born in Middleton, he was a son of Lloyd and Velvet (Veinot) Veinot, Nictaux South. He was a Grade 10 student at Bridgetown Regional High School. He played hockey for the Middleton Mustangs, was on the wrestling team in elementary and Middleton Regional High School. He enjoyed hunting and fishing and going to camp. Jody had an infectious smile and was loved by all. Besides his parents, he is survived by his grandparents, Lucy and Bramer Veinot, Nictaux South; Florence Veinot, Torbrook; sisters, Freda, at home; Angela (Brian) Hathaway, Melvern Square. He was predeceased by his grandfather, Cecil Veinot; cousin, Seth Veinot. Visiting 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Thursday in Nictaux United Baptist Church, Rev. Bill McLeod officiating. Burial in Nictaux Cemetery. Donations may be made to IWK Health Centre Foundation or a charity of choice.

[NI02989] Walter died at the age of 29.He moved to New Hampshire and lived with Enos & Alice Veinotte. He died in U.S. and buried in Newburne. (Taken from the book Newburne Then and Now....by Pauline Veinotte

[NI02991] Lester L.Veinotte 1981 Bridgewater Bulletin

Relatives and friends were saddened to hear of the passing of Lester L. Veinotte, Lynn, Mass., on Sunday, February 15, 1981, at Lynn Hospital, after a brief illness.
Born in Upper Cornwall, November 16, 1891, he was the son of the late Austin and Alice (Daniel) Veinotte. He retired from the General Electric Company in 1957 where he worked as a foreman for 42 years.
He was an army veteran of World War I and a member of the William P. Connery American Legion Post having served as vice-president.
Surviving is a son, Patrolman John L. Veinotte, Lynn; four sisters, Lola, Mrs. Lawrence Hawley, Cape Cod; Mrs. Bessie Chandler, Liverpool; Mrs. Gertrude Veinotte and Mrs. Lillian Joudrey, Cornwall; three brothers, Lloyd and Laurie of Cornwall and Ervin of Maitland; also several grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by his wife, Delia; three daughters, one brother, and a sister.
Funeral service was held from the T.W. Rhodes Funeral Home, followed by a Mass at St.Mary's Chapel. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Memorial donations to the American Heart Association Fund.

RR

[NI02992] Vernon S. Veinot Halifax Herald (no dates)

Vernon St.Clair Veinot, 86, of River Hebert died Monday in George Dumont Hospital, Moncton.Born in New Cornwall, he was a son of the late Austin and Alice (Daniels) Veinot.
He was a retired farmer and a former director of the River Hebert Co-Op and took an active part in the Agricultural Society.He is survived by his wife, the former Jean Christie; a daughter, Mrs.Dorothy MacLeod of Wiesbaben, Germany; a son, Philip, Montreal; four sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Veinotte and Mrs. Lillian Joudrey, both of New Cornwall; Lola (Mrs. Lawrence Hawley), Harwich, Mass.; and Mrs. Bessie
Chandler, Liverpool; four brothers, Lester, Lynn, Mass.; Laurie, Bridgewater; Lloyd, New Cornwall; and Ervin, Blockhouse; two grandsons and several nieces and nephews.
The body is at the family home, River Hebert. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. in Trinity United Church, River Hebert, with burial in River Hebert Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Kidney Association of Canada.

RR

[NI02993] Gertrude M. Veinotte 1981 Bridgewater Bulletin

Gertrude M.Veinotte, widow of the late Wilbert S.Veinotte, of Middle Cornwall, passed away at home on Saturday, August 8, 1981. Born in Upper Cornwall in 1895, she was the daughter of the late Austin Veinotte and Alice (Daniels)Veinotte.
Surviving are four daughters, Daisy Gray of Memphis, Tenn.; Evelyn Whynot of Liverpool;Phyllis Wentzell of Parkdale; Lola Zinck of Maplewood; and four sons, Percy, at home; Claude of Berwick; Perry of Clearland; and Merlin of Edmonton; twenty-two grandchildren and twenty-one great-grandchildren. Surviving besides her children are three sisters, Lola Hawley of Cape Cod, Mass.; Bessie Chandler of Liverpool; and Lillian Joudrey of Upper Cornwall; three brothers, Laurie of Middle Cornwall; Lloyd of Upper Cornwall, and Ervin of Blockhouse.
She was predeceased by a sister, Hazel, and two brothers, Lester and Vernon.
The funeral service was held on Tuesday, August 11, at 3 p.m. from the United Baptist Church, New Cornwall with Rev. John Boyd officiating.
Interment was in the Baptist Church Cemetery in New Cornwall.

RR

[NI02995] MIDDLE CORNWALL - Laurie Gordon Veinotte 88 Middle Cornwall, passed away February 10, 1988 at South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born at Upper Cornwall, January 7, 1900. He was the son of the late Austin and Alice (Daniels) Veinotte. He was a retired carpenter, farmer and handyman for friend until his death. He was a former employee at the Atlantic Bridge Co. Lunenburg and Mahone Bay. McVay Fibreglass Co, Municipality of Lunenburg and the Department of Highways. He was a member of the New Cornwall United Baptist Church and the Men's Brotherhood. He is survived by four Daughters, Leola (Mrs Elmer Wentzel)Berwick; Frances (Mrs Oswald Frank), Newburne; Geneva (Mrs Stanley Dorey) Somerset; Melba (Mrs Milton Fancy), Middle Cornwall, six sons, Douglas, Port Williams, Leeland, Berwick, Lawrence, Clarence, Margeson all of Middle Cornwall; Brenton, Upper Cornwall; three sisters, Lola (Mrs Lawrence Hawley), Massachusetts; Mrs Bessie Chandler, Milton, Mrs Lilian Jodrey, Upper Cornwall, two brothers, Lloyd, Upper Cornwall, Ervin, Maitland, 36 grandchildren, 49 great-grandchildren, 1 great grandchild,
He was predeceased by his wife the former Clover Hallamore, a step daughter, Hattie , a son George, three grandchildren, two sisters, Gertrude and Hazel , two brothers, Lester and Vernon.
The funeral service was held at 2 PM on Saturday, February 13, 1998 at the New Cornwall United Baptist Church, Middle Cornwall with Rev Dale Rose officiating and Lic. Rose Gaudet assisting.
Hymns sung were, More Love to Thee, and Abide with Me, anthem by the Men's Brotherhood Choir, My Faith Looks Up To Thee.
Pallbearers were six grandsons Kendall, Kevin, Keith, Reggie and Randy Veinotte and Garnet Wentzell. Burial in the Church Cemetery.
The floral tributes and memoriams were as follows.
Casket Spray - The family
Boutonniere - granddaughter Merna Ross and Family
Wreaths. Christine, George, Alice, Marion, and Glen, Kevin and Peggy
Baskets - Aubrey, Teresa and boys, Sandra Shaw; Ronnie and Peggy; Wayne and Wendall, Michael and Ashley, Merle and Ada, Clinton Sandra and Family; Staff and employees of ABCO Plastics Ltd. Industrial Marine Workers Local 24 Mahone Bay
.Carnation - cousin Edith
Three Gideon Memorial bibles - Ron Seney
New Cornwall Memorial Gardens - Marion and Chris Maurice Bruhm Limited.
United Baptist Church - Middle Cornwall - Elmer and Leola, Leeland Veinotte, Randy and Karen Veinotte, Jerry and Sally Dorey, Kendall, Katharine and Jason, Ann and Dave Martin, Michael and Jennifer, Garnet Wentzell, Christine, Alice George Veinotte and family; Amber, Jim Corkery and Children, Merna and Ross Rintoul; Marion, Glen and Leah; Phillip and Loretta; Arthur Taylor and family; sister Lola; sister Bessie; sister Lillian, brother Ervin; Lloyd and Erna; Janet and Bill and Jamie Nicols, Goldie and Earl Fancy Dorothy MacLeod; Isabel, Noble Kathy and Ahsley; Aubrey and Rosalie; Perry Connie and Family, Percy and Grace, Blake and Karen, Nellie and Lester Zwicker, Moody and Lucy Barkhouse; Mr and Mrs Mervin Knickle and family, Marie and Selvin, Billie Janet and family, Welton Ernst and Catharine Young; Frank, Phillis and Robin, Thelma and Wallace Nauss; Roy and Frances Hubley, Robert and Grace Zwicker, Lloyd, Bonnie, Monique and Tiffany Surrette; Roger, Linda, Desmond and family, Donald Barkhouse , Jennie Thompson, Ruth and Stuart; Mr and Mrs Arnold Fancy; Eugene, Marquerite and family; Ralph, Eleanor and family; John,Debbie Brady and family;Clarence and Helen Fancy; Lloyd and Shirley Vernon and Linda Wentzell, Raymond, Lantz, Lloyd and Jenny, Glennie, John and Janet; Audrey, Ronald and Geraldine; Mr and Mrs Dennis Aulenback, Frances and Barbara; New Cornwall Baptist Sunday School, New Cornwall Baptist Church Men's Brotherhood, Nova Scotia Heart Foundation, Minnie and Alice Frank; Eddie and Linda Frank, Leeland Veinotte, Michelle, Jackie, Diane Cook; Erna and Leah; Welton Ernst and Catherine Young, Byron and Janice Barkhouse, Laura and Gilbert; :Lucy, Raymond and Helen; Claude and Ethel; Mrs Evelyn Whynot; Elwood, Cindy Veinotte and family; Dr David and Heather Dowse; Paul, Lola and family; Mr and Mrs E Scott Grey.
South Shore Regional Hospital Foundation - Geneve and Stanley; Dale and Jean Zinck; Marie Dorey and Angus Lowe; Alan, Gwen Nicole and Angela; Ray, Lillian and family, John, Judy and girls; Hazel and Gordon Wentzell, Ruth and Percy Wilneff, Wilbert, Mary and Earl Veinotte, webster and Beulah Eikle, Earl and Phyllis Wentzell, April Veinotte and William Bezanson, Gary and Pearl Galley; Chris Dorey. The Fisherman's Memorial Hospital, James and Margaret Kaulback. The Isaak Walton Killam Hospital for Children - Aaron and Violet.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Laurie Veinotte wishes to express heartfelt thanks and appreciation to those who sent flowers, memoriams, telephone messages, letters, cards, food, to the home, also to those who helped in any way during our time of sorrow. Special thanks to rev. Dale Rose Lic Rose Gaudet; the organist, Frances Hubley; to the pallbearers and the Men's Brotherhood for the choir; the Mahone Bay Funeral Home; The Mahone Bay Ambulance Service, to the South Shore Regional Hospital, to the Doctors and nurses of the intensive Care Unit of the South Shore Regional Hospital for their special care. Thanks to all those who gave memorials, sorry we couldn't respond addresses Unknown God Bless you all
The family of the late Laurie Veinotte

[NI02997] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 08/07/93
Category: News
Page: D20

VEINOTTE, Ervin O. - 85, Maitland, Lunenburg County, died August 5, 1993, in Armview Estates, Halifax. Born in Upper Cornwall, Lunenburg County, he was a son of the late Austin and Alice (Daniels) Veinotte. He is survived by two daughters, Rosalie (Mrs. Aubrey Spidle), Mahone Bay; Ferne Marlene (Mrs. Horst Leimbach), Halifax; two sisters, Mrs. Bessie Chandler, Milton, Queens County; Mrs. Lillian Joudrey, Upper Cornwall; five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by three sisters, Lola, Gertie, Hazel; four brothers, Lester, Vernon, Laurie, Lloyd. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. Sunday in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday in the United Baptist Church, New Cornwall, Dr. M. Allen Gibson officiating. Burial will be in New Cornwall Memorial Garden Cemetery. Family flowers only by request. Donations may be made to the United Baptist Church, New Cornwall or any charity.

[NI02998] The Chronicle Herald Tue, July 29th, 2008

JOUDREY, Lillian Marguerite - 98, Upper New Cornwall, passed away July 28, 2008, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Upper New Cornwall, she was a daughter of the late Austin and Alice (Daniels) Veinotte. The door to her home was always open, providing a hearty meal whenever company arrived. She dearly loved her grandchildren and enjoyed sharing stories with them about her youth. She also enjoyed hearing a funny story and having a good laugh. Even with declining health she remained faithful to her church and will be missed by her many friends. She is survived by daughters, Isabel (Noble) Veinot, Bridgewater; Cheryl (Dwight) Wyman, Hubley; son, Donald (Bonnie) Joudrey, Upper New Cornwall; her sister, at 103 years of age, Bessie Chandler, Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay; grandchildren, Glenwood Veinot, Allan Veinot, Debra Pond; Kathy Maughan, Shelley Ivany, Natalie Wyman, Alex Joudrey; 14 great-grandchildren; two great great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Frank; son, Lloyd; sisters, Lola, Gertrude and Hazel; brothers, Lester, Vernon, Laurie, Lloyd, and Ervin. Visiting will be 7-9 p.m. today in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday in New Cornwall United Baptist Church, Middle New Cornwall, Rev. Douglas Porter officiating, assisted by Rev. Lloyd Gillieo. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Family flowers only please. Memorial donations may be made to the Stained Glass Fund of New Cornwall United Baptist Church. Arrangements entrusted to Mahone Funeral Home (902) 624-8241 or on- line at: www.mahonefuneral.ca

[NI03002] Eunice Matilda is a twin to Joseph Steven

[NI03006] The Chronicle Herald Mon, January 7th, 2008

RAFUSE, Gertrude Christena - 83, Chester, died January 5, 2008, in Shoreham Village Home, Chester. Born in South West Margaree, Cape Breton, she was a daughter of the late Hugh John and Margaret (Coady) Gillis. She had been a faithful member of Saint Augustine's Catholic Church, Chester, for all her married life and a resident at Shoreham Village Home for over the past five years. Gertrude is survived by her son, Leonard, Chester; daughter, Margaret (Wayne) Nauss, Hubbards; granddaughters, Angela (Kerstin) DeLong, Bridgewater; Lori (Dave) Worrell, Tantallon; Wendy Rafuse (Steve), Beechville; great-grandson, Jacob, and great-granddaughter, Jordan DeLong; sisters, Alice Callahan, Antigonish; Isabelle Cruickshank, Dartmouth; brother, Frank (Rose) Gillis, Smithers, B.C. She was predeceased by her husband, John Leonard Rafuse Sr.; daughter-in-law, Daphne Rafuse; brothers, John, Loyola, Peter, Moses, Alex, and Bernard; sisters, Annie Mae and Anne. Visitation will be 1-3 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday in Davis Funeral Home, Chester. Funeral service 2 p.m. Wednesday in Saint Augustine's Catholic Church with Father Eric Theriault officiating. Burial in Bayview Cemetery. Following the interment a reception will be held in Saint Anthony's Parish Hall, Hubbards. Family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to Shoreham Village Home (902-275-5631) or Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia (902-422-7961), 300-6009 Quinpool Rd., Halifax.

[NI03008] Thursday, April 6, 2000 The Halifax Herald Limited


VEINOTTE, Percy Vernon - 86, Middle Cornwall, Lunenburg Co., died April 3, 2000, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Cornwall, Lunenburg County, he was a son of the late Wilbert and Gertrude (Veinotte) Veinotte. He was a member of the Cornwall United Baptist Church and past Deacon and choir member. He was a former 4-H leader for many years. Surviving are his wife, the former Grace Aulenback; son, Elwood and wife Cindy, Middle Cornwall; brothers, Claude, Berwick; Billy, Edmonton; sisters, Daisy Gray, Memphis, Tenn.; Evelyn Whynot, Liverpool; Phyllis Wentzell, Parkdale; Lola (Mrs. Earl Zinck), Maplewood; grandsons, James and Matthew; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brothers, Elwood and Perry. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, in R.A. Corkum Funeral Home, Wileville. Funeral service 11 a.m. Friday, in Cornwall United Baptist Church, Rev. Roxanne McGaw officiating. Burial in Cornwall Memorial Gardens. Family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to Cornwall United Baptist Church or the IWK Grace Health Centre, Halifax.

[NI03009] Baptismal record: Elizabeth Marguerite daughter of Leopold VIENOT, bourgeois weaver of Montbeliard and of Jeanne MELIER, her father and mother was born on the 24th and was presented (for baptism) to St Bateme on 25 Sept, 1747 by Marc Elie PAMEYER rope maker and bourgeois of the aforementioned place and Elizabeth Marguerite LODS, daughter of Jaques LODS og Coisevaux, the godmother. This sacrament was administered to her by Frederic DUVERNOY examiner of the gymnasium and minister (R.P. Montbeliard Saint Georges)

[NI03013] Mrs John Conrad - Mount Pleasant - Mrs John Conrad, 70, died Saturday at the Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Upper LaHave, the former Ella Beck, she was a daughter of the late Israel and Amelia (Veniot) Beck. She is survived by one daughter Phyllis (Mrs Clifford Rafuse), Bridgewater; one foster son Maurice Tanner, Mount Pleasant; one foster daughter Wendy (Mrs David Corkum), Lake Centre; one brother Lawrence, Whynot Settlement; thirteen grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband John, one sister and two brothers. The body is resting at Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater, where funeral service will be held 11 am Monday, Rev James Hicks officiating. Interment at Mount Pleasant family plot. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Nova Scotia Heart Foundation or any charitable organization. (CH of Mon, Feb 7 1977, pg 22)

[NI03021] Daisy (Veinotte) Gray, 89, of Memphis, Tennessee, passed away peacefully at her home in Memphis, January 18, 2005 after a lengthy illness. Born in Upper New Cornwall, N.S., she was the daughter of the late Wilbert and Gertrude Veinotte. Surviving are her sisters Phyllis Wentzell, Parkdale; Lola Zinck, Maplewood, N.S.; also brothers Claude (Ethel) Veinotte, Berwick, N.S. and Merlyn (Doreen) Veinotte, Edmonton, Alberta; also, sisters-in-law Connie Veinotte, Clearland and Grace Veinotte, Mahone Bay, N.S. Also surviving are two aged aunts, Bessie Chandler, Milton, N.S. and Lillian Joudrey, Upper Cornwall, also many nieces, nephews and cousins in Nova Scotia and Cape Cod, Mass. Daisy was predeceased by her husband, Everette Scott Gray, Memphis; sister Evelyn Whynot, Liverpool; brothers Percy Veinotte, Upper Cornwall and Perry Veinotte, Clearland. Burial of her ashes will be in Rhode Island, Mass. beside those of her husband.

[NI03023] VEINOTTE, Claude Russell — It is with great sadness in our hearts that the family of Claude Russell Veinotte announces his passing on Sunday, August 9, 2009, in his 91st. year in Camp Hill Veterans' Memorial Building, QEII, Halifax, formerly of Berwick, Kings Co. He leaves his wife of 61 years and long-time love and best friend, Ethel (Corkum) Veinotte, Hammonds Plains, formerly of Berwick. Claude was a veteran of the Second World War, having served in Canada and overseas in England for a total of six years. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Ortona Branch No. 69, Berwick, and the Berwick United Church. Claude was very proud of his children, daughters, Mona (Robert) Wallace, Berwick; Marilyn (Bradley) Wagner, Harmony; Darlene (Tom Gill) Veinotte, Hammonds Plains; son, Phillip (Ann Broughm) Veinotte, Halifax. He was blessed with 10 grandchildren, who he loved dearly, Heather Harris; Cristopher and Michel Shirritt; Erin, Alyson and Robert Veinotte; Krista Leavitt; Reid, Mitchell and Jacob Wagner. His eight great-grandchildren were also fortunate to share in his love, Mackenzie and Kamryn Bennett; Ashley and Ryan Harris; Andrew and Ava Shirritt; Isaac and Tatum Leavitt. Also surviving are sisters, Lola Zinck, Barss Corner; Phyllis Wentzell, Parkdale; brother, Merlin "Billy" Veinotte, Edmonton, Alta.; as well as many nieces and nephews. Claude was predeceased by his parents, Wilbert and Gertrude (Veinot) Veinotte, (of Middle Cornwall, Lunenburg Co.); brothers, Elwood in infancy, Percy and Perry Veinotte; sisters, Daisy Gray; Evelyn Whynott; brothers-in-law, Paul Zinck; Earl Wentzell; Hank Whynott; Scotty Gray; sister-in-law, Grace Veinotte. There will be no visitation at the funeral home, by family request. Royal Canadian Legion Service and funeral service will take place 11 a.m., Thursday, August 13, in Berwick United Church, 240 Commercial St., Berwick. Rev. Linda Winton officiating, with burial in Berwick Cemetery. Donations in Claude's memory may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or to Lung Association of Nova Scotia. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to H.C. Lindsay Funeral Home, 192 Commercial St., Berwick, N.S., B0P 1E0, (902-538-9900). Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting: www.hclindsayfuneralhome.ca

[NI03027] Perry Harris Veinotte 1997 Halifax Herald

VEINOTTE, Perry Harris - 68, Clearland, Lunenburg Co., died December 21, 1997, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. He was a son of the late Wilbert Sanford and Gertrude (Veinotte) Veinotte. He was a member of New Cornwall United Baptist Church, New Cornwall. He was a woodsman for many years with Tom Ernst Forest Products. Surviving are his wife, the former Connie J. Hubley; daughter, Sherry Wagner, Burnaby, B.C.; sons, Edward, Mark, Thomas, Clearland; Robert, Maitland; Andrew, Blockhouse; sisters, Phyllis Wentzell, Parkdale; Lola (Mrs. Paul Zinck), Maplewood; Daisy Gray, Memphis, Tenn.; Evelyn Whynot, Liverpool; brothers, Percy, Middle Cornwall; Claude, Berwick; William (Billy), Edmonton, Alta.; 12 grandchildren; a great-grandchild; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by daughter, Cathy Lynn. No visitation by request. Memorial service 10:30 a.m. Monday, December 29, in New Cornwall United Baptist Church, Rev. Brad Putnam officiating. Burial in New Cornwall Memorial Gardens. Donations to New Cornwall United Baptist Church, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or any charity. Arrangements entrusted to Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay.

[NI03029] The Chronicle Herald Mon, April 28th, 2008

VEINOTTE, Grace Eileen - 86, Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay, formerly of Middle Cornwall, passed away April 26, 2008, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Farmville, she was a daughter of the late Freeman and Elphleda (Spidle) Aulenback. She was a member of the Middle Cornwall Baptist Church and baked for all the community functions until ill health. She is survived by son, Elwood (Cindy), Middle New Cornwall; brother, Palmer Aulenback, Farmville; sister, Frances (Garnet) Oickle, Pine Grove; grandsons, Matthew and James, Middle New Cornwall; niece, Lynda (Rickey) Naugler and children Kyle and Dominic, Pine Grove. She was predeceased by husband, Percy. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today in R.A. Corkum Funeral Home, Wileville. Funeral service 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in Middle Cornwall Baptist Church, Rev. Douglas Porter officiating. Burial in New Cornwall Memorial Gardens, Middle Cornwall. Immediate family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association or New Cornwall Baptist Church. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.corkumfuneralhome.ca

[NI03043] WENTZELL, Earle LeRoy - 77, Parkdale, Lunenburg Co., died April 10, 1997, at home. Born in Parkdale, he was a son of the late Clifton Willie and Susie Mae (Foster) Wentzell. He was a member of Parkdale Maplewood Emmanuel United Baptist Church, Parkdale, past deacon and choir member. He was past member of IOOF Maple Lodge 155, Parkdale Maplewood. During his working years, he was employed as a sawyer for local mills. Surviving are his wife, the former Phyllis Amelia Veinotte; daughters, Carol (Mrs. Rodger Penney), Barss Corner; Ferne (Mrs. Jerome Fancy), Parkdale; son, Vernon, Maders Cove; brother, Royce, Scarsdale; four grandsons; a great-granddaughter; many nieces and nephews. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in New Germany Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10. Funeral 2 p.m. Saturday in Parkdale Maplewood Emmanuel United Baptist Church, Rev. Karl Uhrstrom officiating. Burial in Parkdale Community Cemetery. Immediate family flowers only. Donations to Parkdale Maplewood Emmanuel United Baptist Church or any charity.

[NI03053] Wednesday, March 20, 2002 The Halifax Herald Limited

ZINCK, Paul John Samuel - 81, Maplewood, Lunenburg Co., passed away Monday, March 18, 2002, at home. Born in Maplewood, he was a son of the late John and Mary Ellen (Slaunewhite) Zinck. In his earlier years he was a woodsman and also worked as a mechanic for Lohnes and Zwicker Massey Ferguson Tractors, retiring in 1984. He enjoyed working on his home farm and was an active snowmobile enthusiast during the earlier years of its introduction. He was a member of Parkdale Maplewood Emmanuel Baptist Church and was also a member of the IOOF, Parkdale Maplewood. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family. Surviving are his wife, the former Lola Veinotte; daughter, Donna (Gary) Penney, Upper Northfield; sons, Chester, at home; Richard (Patricia), Maplewood; five grandsons; five great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by sisters, Ella Sperry, Pearl Francis, Nellie Robar, Grace Wentzell; brothers, Alvin, Perley. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. this evening in New Germany Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany, where an IOOF tribute service will be at 7 p.m. Funeral 2 p.m. Thursday in Parkdale Maplewood Emmanuel Baptist Church, Rev. Vaughn Henshaw and Rev. William Gustafson officiating. Interment will follow in Parkdale Community Cemetery. Family flowers only please, donations to Parkdale Maplewood Emmanuel Baptist Church or a charity of your choice.

[NI03065] HUBLEY, Earle Frederick - 59, Lower Cornwall, Lunenburg Co., died March 20, 1998, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Barss Corner, he was a son of Gladys (Barkhouse) Hubley, Clearland, and the late Robert Hubley. he was a member of St. John Luthern Church, Mahone bay. he was a retired employee of the Lunenburg fish processing plant and durning his later working years he was a farmer. Surviving are his companion, Hope Dimmell, Lower Cornwall; daughters, Joanie (Mrs. Brady Fogg), Lower Cornwall; Tina (Mrs. Danny Wile) Bridgewater; Trina Lewis, Ontario; sons Malcolm, George, at home; Leslie, Yarmouth; stepson. Claude Dimmell, Bridgewater; sisters Connie Veinotte, Clearland; Shirley (Mrs Sidney Demone), Winnipeg; brothers, Ronald, Winnipeg; Linwood, Springfield, Annapolis Co.; Wayne, Oakhill; eight grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a sister in infancy. No visitation by request. Funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday in St. John Luthern Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. George Wawin officiating. Burial in memorial Gardens Cemetery, Cornwall. Donations to the Lung Association of Nova Scotia or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia. Arrangements entrusted to Mahone's Funeral Home, Mahone Bay.

[NI03067] Cathy drowned at the age of 2 yrs.

[NI03079] GERHARDT, Dorothy P. - 85, Martins Point, Lunenburg County, died February 10, 1993, in Florida. Born in Bangor, Me., she was a daughter of the late Wallace and Clara (Veinotte) Faulkenham. She was a member of United Baptist Church, Mahone; high priestess of Cairo Court Ladies Oriental Shrine of North America, Zephyrhills, Fla.; member of Daughters of the Nile, Halifax and Order of the Eastern Star, Bedford Branch. She is survived by a son, Bill, Fredericton; four sisters, Mrs. Ethel Mitchell, San Diego, Calif.; Mrs. Mary Rhodenizer, Bridgewater; Mrs. Grace Linton, Surrey, B.C.; Mrs. Myrtle Hebb, Worcester, Mass.; brother, Charles, Martins River; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Harding Angus; four sisters, Shirley, Edith, Lola, Stella; four brothers, Gordon, Ernest, Perry, Stuart. The body is in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay, visiting 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Sunday in United Baptist Church, Rev. Andrew Crowell officiating. Burial will be in Western Shore Cemetery. Donations may be made to Maritime Heart Centre, United Baptist Church or any charity.

[NI03103] Three Infants are buried with her
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Mrs. Laurie Veinotte Bridgewater Bulletin
The community of New Cornwall and surrounding districts were shocked and
saddened early Sunday, April 7th, to hear of the sudden passing of Mrs.
Laurie Veinotte. She was the youngest daughter (Clover Ruth) of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Hallamore,and had she lived until April 22nd, she would have
been 64 years of age. Born at New Cornwall, she lived there all her life and
was a member of the United Baptist Church. Left to mourn the loss of a
loving wife and mother are her husband; sons, Douglas, Port Williams;
George, Berwick; Leeland, Berwick; Lawrence, Clarence, Margeson, and
Brenton, all of New Cornwall; daughters, Mrs. Arthur Taylor (Hattie),
Rockland; Mrs. Elmer Wentzell(Leola), Berwick; Mrs. Oswald Frank (Frances),
Naughton, Ontario; Mrs. Stanley Dorey (Geneva), Berwick; Mrs.Milton Fan
(Melba), at home. Four infants predeceased her. There are two brothers,
Sanford, California; and Sidney, New Cornwall; three sisters, Margaret,
Reading, Mass.; Alice, Harbourville; Phoebe, Elmwood, left to mourn the loss
of a sister. The funeral service, which was largely attended by relativ
and friends, was conducted from the United Baptist Church Thursday
afternoon, April 11th, by her pastor, Rev. Eric Miner, who spoke wor
comfort fromthe passage in St. John, "In My Father's House are Many
Mansions." The hymns were "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say," "Beautiful Isle
of Somewhere," and "Peace, Perfect Peace." The New Cornwall Church Choir was
assisted by members of Mahone By Baptist Choir. Pall bearers were six sons,
George, Leeland, Lawrence, Clarence, Margeson, and Brenton. Interment was in
the family plot of the Baptist Cemetery.

[NI03110] The Chronicle Herald Monday October 16, 2006

VEINOTTE, Leeland Harlow - 82, Berwick, Kings Co., passed away Saturday October 14, 2006, in Fisherman's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Lunenburg County on October 11, 1924, he was a son of the late Laurie and Clover (Hallamore) Veinotte. Leeland had worked on his uncle's farm in Colchester County for many years, worked for Howard Margeson, Berwick, owned and operated his own farm and heavy equipment business and later was a foreman for Standard Paving Ltd. He was well- known for his love of bulldozers and interest in snowmobiles. Leeland had a great interest in music, reading, people and loved his pets, Misty, Midnight and Sinders. Surviving are his wife, Sandra Ann Shaw; son, Randy (Sheila) Veinotte; daughter, Karen Veinotte, all of Berwick; grandchildren, Nakia Bedry, Calgary, Alta; Lee and Jeffrey Veinotte, Berwick; great-grandchildren, Grace and Jackson Bedry, Calgary; brothers, Lawrence (Mable), Clarence, Margeson (Beatrice) and Brenton (Shirley) Veinotte, all of Cornwall, Lunenburg Co.; sisters, Leola (Rev. Russell) Sturgeon, Berwick; Frances (Oswald) Frank, Cornwall; Geneva (Stanley) Dorey, Somerset, Kings Co.; Melba Fancy, Cornwall; several nieces and nephews. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by brothers, Douglas and George Veinotte; sister, Hattie Taylor. Visitation for Leeland will be held 7-9 p.m. Tuesday in H.C. Lindsay Funeral Home, 192 Commercial St., Berwick, (902-538-9900), where funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday October 18, Rev. Murray Shaw officiating. Burial in the Berwick Cemetery. Donations in his memory may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association or to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia. Condolences may be sent to the family at: lindsayfuneralsberwick@ns.aliantzinc.ca

[NI03117] The Chronicle HeraldTuesday January 16, 2007

VEINOTTE, Margeson Lynwood - 71, Middle Cornwall, passed away Saturday, January 13, 2007, in Harbour View Haven, Lunenburg. Born in Middle Cornwall, he was a son of the late Laurie and Clover (Hallamore) Veinotte. He had worked at various jobs and became self-employed at electrical, plumbing and heating installation. He is survived by his wife, Beatrice (Ernst); son, Kevin (Peggy Croft), Lunenburg; daughter, Teresa, Hebbs Cross; grandchildren, Shawn (Kim Slauenwhite), Shain (Danielle Buckmaster), Monte; four great-grandchildren; sisters, Leola (Rev. Russell) Sturgeon, Berwick; Frances (Oswald) Frank, New Cornwall; Geneva (Stanley) Dorey, Somerset, Kings Co.; Melba Fancy, Upper Cornwall; brothers, Lawrence (Mabel), Clarence, Brenton (Shirley), all of New Cornwall; several nieces and nephews. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by sister, Hattie Taylor; brothers, Douglas, George and Leeland. Visiting and viewing will be 11 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. Wednesday in New Cornwall United Baptist Church, New Cornwall, followed by funeral service at 2 p.m., Rev. Lloyd Gillieo officiating. Burial will be in New Cornwall Memorial Gardens. Memorial donations may be made to New Cornwall United Baptist Church Stained Glass Window Fund; St. Mark's Lutheran Church, New Cornwall or any other charity through Mahone Funeral Home (902) 624-8241 or www.mahonefuneral.ca

[NI03123] The Chronicle Herald Thu, April 30th, 2009

FRANK, Oswald Lealand - 87, of Newburne, Lunenburg Co., passed away peacefully on Monday, April 6, 2009, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. He was a son of the late John Glenmore Frank and Leila Gertrude (Mader) Frank of Newburne. He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Frances (Veinotte); sons, James, Alan, Edward and Hal; daughters, Merna, Minnie and Alice; his sister, Ora; brothers, Wilbur, David and Vincent. Oswald was predeceased by brothers, Oscar, Omer, John, Robert and Paul. Born on April 1, 1922 in Newburne, Lunenburg Co., he was baptized, confirmed in and attended the Church of the Transfiguration (Church of England) and studied at the school in Newburne. Oswald served Canada in the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps during The Second World War, after which he worked for over 35 years for Inco in Sudbury, Ont. He retired to Newburne where he spent much of his time working his wood lands and enticing the deer to feed from his hand. His body was cremated. A requiem eucharist was held for him on Friday, April 10, by his nephew, Rev. David Collins Carter, Liberal Catholic Church, at the residence of the deceased's sister in Bridgewater.

[NI03138] Marion Elaine Veinotte 1999 Halifax Herald

Marion Elaine Veinotte, 65, Hillside Pines Nursing Home, Bridgewater, and Middle Cornwall, Lunenburg County, died May 1, 1999, at home. Born in Walden, she was a daughter of the late William and Lydia (Zinck) Joudrey. She was a member of St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay. Surviving are her husband, Clarence Veinotte;daughter, Christine Veinotte, Cornwall; sons, Keith Veinotte and companion Anne, London, Ontario; Lee Veinotte and wife Shelly, Sackville;sister, Shirley Fralic, Lower Sackville; half-sister, Diane Morton, Bridgewater;brothers, George Joudrey, Barss Corner; Pearlie Joudrey, London, Ontario; half-brothers, David Joudrey, Bridgewater;Bernard Morton, Mahone Bay; grandchildren, Joey, Jill, Jamie, Kristy and Sarah Veinotte; Kent and Laurie Zwicker; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by brothers, Lawrence, Stuart; half-brothers,William and Harold. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today in Mahone Funeral Home, 32 Parish Street, Mahone Bay. Funeral 11 a.m. Tuesday in St.Mark's Lutheran Church, Cornwall, Rev. Robert Rock officiating. Burial in Cornwall Baptist Cemetery. Donations to St. Mark's Lutheran Church.

[NI03139] Keith Eldridge Veinotte, born at Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater, N.S., August 11, 1953, passed away August 3, 2003 at London Health Science Centre University Campus. Beloved husband and soul mate of Anne Mitchell of London; dear father of Joseph, Jill and Jamie Veinotte all of Nova Scotia, Carrie-Anne Mitchell and Krista of London. Loved by five grandchildren, Nicholas, Gregory, Alex, Joshua and Tristian. Dear son of Clarence and the late Marion Veinotte of Cornwall, Lunenburg County. Dear brother of Lee and his wife Shelly Veinotte and girls of Halifax and sister, Christine Veinotte, George Zwicker and family, all of Cornwall, Lunenburg County.Interment was held August 6, 2003 at Woodland Cemetery, London, Ontario, his family by his side. A memorial gathering will be held at the Upper Cornwall hall August 24, 2003 from 2 to 4 p.m. for all family and friends to share memories and stories. A tree will be planted as a living memorial to Keith at The Memorial Forest located at Fanshawe Park, Ontario.

[NI03143] The Chronicle Herald, Friday, July 2, 1971, page 34

Hibbert Maynard Dorey, 66, of New Burne, Lunenburg County, was buried in Upper Cornwall following funeral service Wednesday in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Bridgewater.
Born in New Burne, he was a son of the late Truman and Sarah (Hallamore) Dorey.
Surviving are his wife, the former Marie Mansfield; three daughters, Irene (Mrs. Donald Beck), New Burne; Kathleen (Mrs. Raymond Beck), Berwick; and Joan, Wileville; four sons, Stanley, Berwick; Maynard, Wileville; Carmen, New Cornwall; and Bernard, Bridgewater; and four brothers, Sampson, Halifax; Alexander, Tusket; Murray, Ontario; and Jonathon, Beech Hill



Dick & Carolyn

[NI03144] In the Book" Newburne Then and Now" has Hilda Marie as( Hilda Marie Mansfield)
daughter of John Mansfield, Milton

DOREY, Hilda Marie - 83, formerly of Wileville and Newburne, Lunenburg Co., died March 25, 1995, in Harbour View Haven Home for Special Care, Lunenburg. Born in Milton, Queens Co., she was a daughter of the late Henry and Maria (Townsend) Carver. In her earlier years, she had been employed with Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg and Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Bridgewater. Surviving are daughters, Irene (Mrs. Donald Beck), Newburne; Kathleen (Mrs. Raymond Beck), Berwick; Joan (Mrs. Dale Zinck), Feltzen South; sons, Stanley, Berwick; Maynard, Bernard, Wileville; Carman, Upper Cornwall; brothers, James, Port Mouton; Maurice, Liverpool; Douglas, Hammonds Plains; sisters, Mrs. Edith Rosetta Penny, Mrs. Dolly Hansen, Dartmouth; Deanie (Mrs. Walter Lowe), Sandy Cove; Kay (Mrs. Arlee Delong), Bridgewater; Beatrice (Mrs. Gerald Gallant), Milton; 22 grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Hibbert; daughters, Joyce, Mary; son, Merlyn; grandson, Gregory; sister, Annie; brothers, Henry, Benjamin, Samuel. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Tuesday in Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, Lunenburg. Funeral 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Bridgewater, Bishop Wayne Hunt officiating. Burial in Upper Cornwall Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to SHAID Tree Animal Shelter or any charity.

[NI03151] The Chronicle Herald Tuesday August 22, 2006

FANCY, Milton Lewellyn - 67, Middle Cornwall, passed away August 19, 2006, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Lower Cornwall, he was a son of Clarence and Helen (Dimmell) Fancy of Harbourview Haven, Lunenburg. At the age of 14, Milton began his working career with Lawrence Veinotte of Middle Cornwall, now his brother-in-law; later with Maurice Bruhm Lumber Mill, Middle Cornwall, and then with the former Nathan Joudrey and Sons and Dafron Industries, both in Blockhouse. 25 years ago, Milton struck out on his own, founding and operating Milton Fancy & Sons Oars and Paddles. He was a faithful member of New Cornwall United Baptist Church where over the years he was an usher, a member of the finance committee, bell ringer and choir member. Besides his parents, Milton is survived by his wife, Melba (Veinotte); sons, Carson (Lorna Harris and her daughter Ashleigh), Bedford; Van, Middle Cornwall, (Janice Dares, her daughter Angie (Billy LeBlanc), her grandchildren Devin and Mackenzie, and her son Bub Dares); sister, Marguerite Barkhouse, Lower Cornwall; brother, Arnold (Diane), Clearland; nieces and nephews; many, many good friends. No visiting by request. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Tuesday, August 29, in New Cornwall United Baptist Church, Rev. Lloyd Gillieo officiating. Burial of ashes will follow in the church cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Family flowers only please. E-mail condolences may be sent to: inmiltonsmemory@hotmail.com. Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or The Stained Glass Window Fund of New Cornwall United Baptist Church through Mahone Funeral Home (902) 624-8241 or www.mahonefuneral.ca

[NI03156] In the Name of God Amen
I Ferdinand Hubly of Lunenburg in the capitol province of Nova Scotia,
yeoman considering the uncertainty of this Mortal life, and being of sound
mind and memory blefsed be thee Lord for it, Do make and publish this my
last will and Testament in manner and form as follows (that is to say) I
command my soul into the hand of the Almighty God who gave it me, and my
body to the earth from whence it came to be buried, in a Christian like and
decent manner and as for that worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God
to blefs with, (after paying my lawful debts and funeral expense) I dispose
as follows, First I give and bequeath to my wife Catherine the full
pofsefsion of my Thirty Acre Lot at North West Range where I now reside on
with all the Personal Estate until my son Benjamin shall arrive to his
Lawful age. I give & bequeath my two sons Jonas Hubly and Benjamin Hubly my
aforesaid Thirty Acre Lot with buildings thereon and all my Personal Estate
(when the said Benjamin shall arrive to his Lawful age) to be equally
divided among them to their heirs and afsigns forever and the said Jonas and
Benjamin are to maintain and support my said wife in a decent manner but if
they could not agree to live together, the said Jonas and Benjamin shall
give my said wife yearly six Bushels of grain and three pounds in money and
hay for one cow and the fruit of two trees in the Aurchard of her choice and
the third part of the House with the Iron stove but if my said wife should
mary again she shall not be entitled to receive the above mentioned
Articles, but shall take her Dower according to Law It is also my will that
my two sons Jonas and Benjamin shall give to my two Daughters Lucy and
Hannah (each of them) one Cow with a Calf and five pounds in money
emediately after they my two sons Jonas and Benjamin takes pofsefsion of the
aforesaid estate, I give and bequeath to my two afore said sons Jonas and
Benjamin and Christopher Corkam my stepson all that my right and share of a
grant of Land situate in the rear of the three hundred acre Lots in the
Township and County of Lunenburg being two hundred Acres to be equally
divided between them I give and bequeath to the said Christopher Corkam
the one half of sixty acres of Land being part of the three hundred Acre Lot
No. five letter C first Division purchased from Casper Young if the said
Christopher Corkam shall help to pay a promisary note which I have given to
the aforesaid Casper Young I give and bequeath to my two sons Jonas and
Benjamin aforesaid, the other half of the aforesaid Sixty Acres of Land to
be equally Divided between them, but if the aforesaid Christopher Corkam do
not help and afsist to pay the full amount of the aforesaid Promisary note
then I also give and bequeath the afore said half of sixty acres of Land to
my two sons Jonas and Benjamin aforesaid. Lastly I nominate and appoint my
Friend Paulus Langille and my Brother George Hubly Executors of this my last
will and Testament hereby revoking all former wills by me heretofore made,
In Witnefs whereof I have unto set my hand and Seal this First day of
January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty two
Ferdinand Hubly
Signed Sealed and
Published in Presence of
Tho C Hallamore
John Mader
Paulus Langille

[NI03161] "RAFUSE","Eberhard","B","1767abt","1767-12-06","SJAL","John & Anna Cath",,


Eberhard and his wife purchased Lot 25 Letter A, Jan 12, 1792, 30 acres, for 25 pounds. This land was previously owned by her father at one time and then by her bothers. Here they lived and brought up their twelve children. Eberhard is described in land deeds as a "yeoman" i.e., a man owning and farming his land.
As had his father Johannes, Eberhard made a will which is recorded at final settlement, probate court of Lunenburg Aug 13, 1845. His oldest son, Peter, was named executor. Final settlement shows 269 pounds, 17 shillings, 6 pence in hand for distribution to heirs after all legacies and expenses were paid. Eberhard had been a successful farmer...and settler!
Several conclusions can be drawn from Eberhard's will. His surviving children are named, he had moved from North West Range to Conquerall, twp. of New Dublin, where his sons Peter, Frederick and Paulus had settled, evidently residing with his son Frederick whose sister-in-law, Sophia Serty (wife of Leonard) was given a legacy of 5 pounds.
It cannot be determined where Eberhard was buried. Tombstones in Acacia Cemetery at Conquerall Bank have been destroyed by vandals and slate stones in Hillcrest Cemetery in Lunenburg town have fallen and been discarded over the years. The service was evidently conducted by Rev. Davis, Methodist preacher in Lunenburg Co.

Eberhard's will is located in New Dublin, Book 3 page 13, reel 832, dated Dec. 28, 2843, Probated Jan. 22, 1844. Witnesses: Wm. McKeane, Calvin Langille and Robert Lord. Executors, son Peter and Robert Lord.

Source: Angelia(Sarty)Horsfall

[NI03169] Old Newburne Cemetery, Newburne

DANIELS
Edward 1815-1894
Catherine Beck 1823-1910
Sophia James Brown 1854-1940

Mrs. Sophia Brown 1940 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death of Mrs. Sophia Brown of Maplewood occurred very suddenly at her home on Friday last. Although Mrs. Brown had been in poor health for more than a year, her death at this time was entirely unexpected.Deceased, who was a daughter of the late Edward and Catherine Daniels, was 86 years of age and is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Lucinda Ernst of Walden and Mrs. Alberdina Zwicker of Scarsale, who so tenderly cared for her during her illness. Also surviving is one brother, Benjamin Daniels of Maplewwod. There remain also many nieces and nephews and a large circle of friends.The funeral took place on Monday, June 24, from the Lutheran Church at New Burne, after a short service at the house, and was conducted by the pastor, Rev. James Dauphinee. Interment was in the Newburne Cemetery.

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[NI03172] Unknown date of death

Darres McCormick Collection; unidentified newspaper; undated

Chronicle Herald Index 23-May-1962

CHARLES RAMEY - New Germany - Charles Dennis Ramey died at his home in Barss Corner, Lunenburg County after a long illness. Born in Newburn, Mr. Ramey was the son of the late Stephen and Sabina (Jodrey) Ramey. Surviving are his wife, the former Lila Wagner, three daughters, Bernice (Mrs. Donald Phinney) of Kentville, Erna (Mrs. Lloyd Stevens) of Ingramport, and Gloria (Mrs. Ervin Dorey) of Mill Cove, and two sons, Donald and Carroll, both of Barss Corner, one half sister Mertie (Mrs. Russell Leslie) of Newburn. The funeral service was conducted from Langille's Funeral Home, Barss Corner, with Rev. Peter MacDonald and Mr. Adams officiating. Interment was in the Indian Brook Cemetery

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[NI03180] Carroll Percy Wentzell 1978 Bridgewater Bulletin

Carroll Percy Wentzell of Onset, Cape Cod, U.S.A., died on Wednesday, August 30, at the age of 73 years.
He was born in Newburne, Nova Scotia, a son of Ezrom and Ida (Veinotte) Wentzell. Moving to the United States at an early age, he operated his own ice and oil business in the Boston area.
Left to mourn his passing are his daughter, Doris Griffin and son-in-law, Bob of Billerica, Mass.; his son, Walter and daughter-in-law, Janice of Randolph, Mass.; two grandchildren, Lisa and Tara Griffin of Billerica; a sister, Lela, Mrs. Perley Ramey of Maplewood; and two brothers, Russell of Kentville and Gordon of Newburne.
Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his wife, the former Grace Zinck of Maplewood this past January; and by three brothers, Kenneth, Maurice, and Elwood.
Visiting hours at the Hurly Funeral Home in Randolph, Mass. were on Friday, September 1 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Funeral service was held on Saturday, September 2, at 11 a.m. form Our Saviour's Lutheran Church, Talbot Avenue, Dorchester, Mass, by his pastor, Rev. Peterson. Burial was in Gethsemane Cemetery, West Roxbury, Mass.

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[NI03181] Wentzell: Gordon, Eldred - 93, of Newburne, Lunenburg County, died Thursday, December 26, 2002 at South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. He was the son of the late Esrom and Ida (Veinot) Wentzell. He is survived by daughters, Shirley Veinotte (Brenton) and Marilyn Moore, sons, Eldred (June) and Arol (Marilyn); 15 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. He is predeceased by his wife, the former Hazel Beatrice Beck, 3 grandchildren, Wayne, Terry, Beulah; sister Lela; 5 brothers, Kenneth, Russel, Maurice, Carroll, Elwood.
Funeral services were held at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Newburne at 2 p.m. on Saturday, December 28, 2002. Rev. James Slack Jr. officiated. Burial was in St. Matthew's Lutheran Cemetery, Newburne. Funeral directions were under Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany.

[NI03182] Elwood Wentzell Bridgewater Bulletin, dated July 8, 1930.

While chloroform was being administered by Dr.Campbell, preparatory to an operation on his teeth in Dr.Joudrey's office, Elwood Wentzell of Newburn passed away on Monday afternoon.

* Elwood, age 18, was the son of Esrom Zenas and Ida Rebecca (Veinotte) Wentzell of Newburne.*

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[NI03184] Lela Lucretia Ramey 1983 Halifax Herald

Lela Lucretia Ramey, 62, of Maplewood, died Wednesday, February 23, in Dawson Memorial Hospital. Born in Newburne, she was a daughter of the late Esrom and Ida (Veinotte) Wentzell.
She was a member of New Germany Legion Ladies Auxiliary. She was a member of the Lutheran Church and belonged to the Ladies Aid. She was a past member of Rebekah Lodge, Maplewood.Surviving are her husband, Perley; a daughter, Dianne, Ottawa; a son, Nelson, Dartmouth; two brothers, Gordon, Newburne; Russell, Kentville; four grandchildren.
She was predeceased by her first husband, Harry Ramey; four brothers, Kenneth, Maurice, Carol ,and Elwood.
The body is in Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Saturday in St.Matthew's Lutheran Church, Newburne, Rev. Gus Gustafson officiating, with burial in Newburne Cemetery.
Donations may be made to the Lutheran church, Dawson Memorial Hospital or any charity.

There will be a Ladies Auxiliary service 7 p.m. Friday.

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[NI03185] St.Matthew's Cemetery, Newburne

CARVER
Sidney N. 1882-1975
Idella May 1890-1964
Adelbert, died 1928 infant son

Sidney N. Carver 1975 Bridgewater Bulletin

Sidney N. Carver, 92, New Germany, passed away Sunday, March 30, at Harbour View Haven, Lunenburg.
Surviving are two daughters,Rita (Mrs. Burpee Meisner), Dartmouth; Bernice (Mrs. Bertram Milbury), Newburne; three sons, Paul of Vancouver; John of Ottawa; James of LaHave; nine grandchildren; sixteen great-grandchildren; and one great-great grandchild; also three half-brothers. He was predeceased by his wife; one daughter; and four half-brothers.
Funeral service was held at St.Matthew's Lutheran Church, Newburne on April 3. Rev.James Anderson officiated.
Interment was at the Newburne Cemetery. Pallbearers were Gordon Wentzell, Dick Tretheway, Arnold DeMone, and Harry Carver.

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[NI03189] An obituary for Dec. 13, 1966 - S. A. Carver

Walden, Lunenburg County - Funeral services for Stephen Arthemus Carver, 76, was held in St. Mark's Church, Rev. James H. Purchase officiating. Interment was in Walden Cemetery. Mr. Carver died at his home after a long illness. He was the son of the late Stephen and Elizabeth (David) Carver. Surviving are his wife: 10 children: five brothers and one half-sister.

From Luella Marshall

[NI03194] Parkdale-Maplewood Cemetery

RAFUSE
Hezekiah 1865-1924
no marker for Delila

INSTANTLY KILLED

Hezekiah Rafuse, of Lunenburg County, Meets Sudden Death While Felling a Tree 1924 Bridgewater Bulletin

Parkdale- February 20- Hezekiah Rafuse was instantly killed in an accident resulting from a falling tree while working in the woods here yesterday. Mr. Rafuse and his son, Reginald, were endeavouring to fell a birch tree in which a hemlock had become lodged when the standing tree split with the weight of the other upon it and , falling against the unfortunate man, caused him to stumble backwards, his head coming in contact with a log with
such force that he must have been instantly killed. His son ran for aid which arrived within a few minutes but life was already extinct.
Mr. Rafuse was 58 years of age and was well known in Lunenburg and neighbouring counties having travelled for many years for the Singer Sewing Machine Company and the Willis Piano Company of Montreal. He is survived by his wife and four children.

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[NI03195] Mrs. Delila Rafuse 1947 Bridgewater Bulletin

There passed away suddenly at the home of her daughter, in Springfield, following a brief illness, Delila Wentzell Rafuse, on April 21, in her 83 rd. year. Surviving are one daughter, Blossom, Mrs. Austin Daniels, with whom she resided for the past two and one-half years; Reginald of Parkdale; and Frank at Parkdale; Jennie,(Mrs.August Beckland) of Lynn, Mass., passed
away five years ago. Two other children, Ralph and Ruby, both died at an early age. Her husband, Hezekiah Rafuse, predeceased her 23 years ago. The funeral service took place on Thursday, April 24, at the Emmanuel Baptist Church at Parkdale. Hymns sung were "Higher Ground," "No Night There," and
"Saved By Grace." Interment at Parkdale Cemetery.

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[NI03196] Raymond & Thelma in Springfield.

[NI03197] Muriel May Daniels
Daniels, Muriel May - 74, Middleton, died March 8, 2003 in the new Halifax Infirmary QEII. Born in Maplewood, Lunenburg Co., she was the daughter of the late Austin and Blossom (Rafuse) Daniels. She was predeceased by her brother Raymond and nephew Floyd. Surviving are three nieces and two nephews. Orlin Daniels of Toronto, Ontario; Shirley Daniels of Campbell River, B.C.; Joyce Douglas, Lower Sackville, NS; Mrs. Florence Robar of North River, NS and David Daniels of Toronto, Ontario. Predeceased by Gerald Wagner, her boyfriend of many, many years was a very kind and patient man whom she appreciated immensely.
Muriel had many, many friends and relatives. She went to the school in Maplewood, she planted a tree beside the school house (which is still standing today). Muriel was a member of the Springfield United Baptist Church for many years, also a member of the Middleton United Baptist church. She also enjoyed outings, especially church, weddings, functions, funerals and greatly appreciated the receptions (especially the good food). She was also a member of the Fireflies, which she enjoyed immensely.
Muriel was a very young lady when she left her parents' home in Springfield, she went to the valley to find employment; she was employed by Scotian Gold, Canadian Canners, The American House, Steadmans for 37 years and Middleton Music and Variety Store. After Muriel retired she took care of Viola Cassidy until Viola's death. They became good friends. Muriel only lived a few years after the passing of Viola.
Muriel's body rested at Warren T. Roop Funeral Home. Funeral services were held on March 11, 2003 at Middleton Baptist Church, NS. Officiating were Rev. Dr. Byron Fenwick and Rev. Norman Hovland. Soloist was Jean Marshall-Buluik, singing Mansion Over the Hilltop and How Great Thou Art. Organist was Ms. Carole Baltzer. A reception was held following the service at the Family Life Centre. Interment was in Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, NS. Donations to charity of choice.

[NI03199] COUNTRY HARBOUR- ANNIE EMMA VEINOT, 70, Wolfville, formerly of
Crossroads, Country Harbour, died Thursday May 02, 1987 in St. Martha's Hospital, Antigonish. Born in Country Harbour, she was a daughter of Sarah and the late Henry Worth. She was a member of Wolfville United Baptist Church and Pioneer Chapter No.11, Order of the Eastern Star, Issac's Harbour. She was a residence matron at Acadia University prior to retirement in 1983. She is survived by a daughter, Sandra(Mrs. Sean Phillips),Halifax, 2 sons, Clarence,Ottawa; Dennis,Wolfville; 3 sisters, Hilda(Mrs. James
Jarvis), Cooks Cove;Ina(Mrs. William Clarke),Country Harbour; Minnie
(Mrs. Gordon Feltmate),Toronto; 6 brothers, Frank,Cooks Cove; Lambert,
Timmins,Ont; Maurice, Sherbrooke; Walter,Country Harbour; George and
Ross, both of Toronto; 4 grandchildren; 2 great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Maynard; a sister, Muriel(Mrs. Arthur Feltmate)
5 brothers;Stanley, Harry, Robert, Irving and Everett. The remains are resting in Crossroads United Baptist Church, Country Harbour, where funeral service will be held 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Internment will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Country Harbour.
Sent By: Carolyn Wallace

[NI03211] NAUSS, Marion Grace - 79, First Peninsula, died Friday, December 23, 2005, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Newburne, she was a daughter of the late Warren Kenneth and Carrie Lucretia (Beck) Veinotte. Marion retired after almost 30 years with National Sea Products, Lunenburg. She was a member of Zion Lutheran Church, Lunenburg. She enjoyed the simple pleasures of life, spending time with family and friends. Marion is survived by her son, Everette (Margaret) Nauss, New Minas; sister, Mildred (Murray) Jodrie, Hebbville; brother, Warren (Iris) Veinotte, Newburne; grandchildren, Heather (Doug), Coldbrook, and Julie (Dumont), New Minas; great-grandchildren, Allie Rowe, Noah Fry, Lauren Richards, Brooklyn Richards; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Aerial; sister, Pauline, and brother, Harry. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, 11213 Highway 3, Lunenburg, with visitation Tuesday from 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. in Zion Lutheran Church, Lunenburg, Rev. Ed Bastian officiating. Interment will be in Hillcrest Cemetery, Lunenburg. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Zion Lutheran Church, Lunenburg; Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or any other charity. www.sweenyfuneralhome.ca

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HISTORY OF NEWBURNE COMPLETED by Pat McKenzie-Porter

NEWBURNE - My husband Basil and I talked about how we'd like to see a history of Newburne, "said Pauline Veinotte" but when no one else took it on, we decided to do it ourselves. We started in 1980 and after my husband died in 1984, I continued the research. I searched in the archives as well as visiting families. The visits to people were a lot of fun.
The 300 page Newburne Then and Now 1837-1987 was recently printed by Langille Print in Bridgewater. The book is in three sections; the first covers geography and history; the second, genealogy and the third is a tour of the houses in the area with a photograph of each one.
Over the years many of the buildings were torn down, burned or transformed. I couldn't get a picture of the school house, said Mrs Veinotte, several people had pictures of children in front of the school, but nothing of the school itself.
The government made an attractive land offer in 1838 to people prepared to clear three acres in what was then a wilderness. Expectations were high..that a railway from the Valley to Lunenburg would pass through Newburne. The railway which has since been torn up, eventually went through New Germany. People were attracted to the Newburne area because other parts of the country were becoming densely populated.
Through the years, residents have done some mixed farming to support their families as well as working in their own woodlots or for logging companies. The road, which began as a branched track ran from Lunenburg to Blockhouse through Newburne to Aylesford in the valley, was known as the OLD Aylesford Road.
Some of the early settlers weren't able to pay their Debt on the land, said Pauline. "In those days all it took to get in debt was for family member to get sick". There were smallpox, typhoid and diphtheria epidemics over the years.
"we were even quarantined as an area" , she continued. "After the bag of mail had been fumigated, Grandfather would take it across the bridge and leave it to be collected. The fellow bringing the mail would take out bag and leave his bag for Grandfather to collect after he'd gone. We were completely sealed off, though I suspect they shouted across the bridge.
Most of the families who settled in the area remained. Some of their descendents emigrated to the Eastern United States kin the 20's and 30's, young people left to find jobs. They still think of Newburne as home. My husband emigrated after his brothers" said Pauline. "but his father became too ill so Basil came back. It was a good thing or I would never have met him. I came here to teach school in 1938.
With the exception of the summers and Christmas Holidays, Mrs Veinotte has worked steadily gathering material for the book. It is a work of love since she received no help funding the long project or for publishing. The book has already been launched at the Newburne Hall and copies are available from me, Veinotte family and Mader's Store in Barss Corner.
I'm glad to be finished" said Pauline and not to have to drive again to the printers. I've been luxuriating in doing nothing though I am thinking of compiling a book of the good poetry we used to find in our readers and have it illustrated. There are also stories in each one of the old schoolhouses. There is lots to do.


VEINOTTE - Pauline Marguerite - 73 Newburne, Lunenburg County died Saturday in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. Born in Waterloo, she was the daughter of the late Carl and Gladys (Zwicker) Wyle. She was a teacher and taught for over 20 years in small rural schools, New Germany Rural High School and West Northfield Elementary School. She wrote a history book entitles "Newburne Then and Now" 1837-1987 "She was active in her community and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She is survived by two daughters, Iris (Mrs Warren Veinotte) Newburne; Laverne, (Mrs Robert Slauenwhite) Margaretsville, two sisters Kathleen, (Mrs Eldridge Milbury) Newburne, Muriel (Rita)( Mrs Laurie MacKay) Stanley Section; a brother Lyman Wyle, Waterloo; four grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband Basil; a sister Merna Hirtle. The body is in Sweeney's Funeral Home. Bridgewater, with visiting 2-4, 7-9 PM today. Funeral will be 3 PM Tuesday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Bridgewater, with Bishop Hunt officiating. Burial will be in Newburne cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society, South Shore Regional Hospital Foundation or any Charity

[NI03222] Barss Corner, Mar. 15 - The death of Dilphen Veinotte, Newburne, occurred at his home on Tuesday, Mar. 9, after a long illness, at the age of 63 years. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Veinotte of Newburne. He leaves to mourn, his wife, who was formerly Hilda Wentzell from Maplewood; four sons, Raymond, Ralph and Aubrey of Livermore Falls, Me.; Basil at home and a daughter, Leah, at home; also two grandchildren. He is also survived by three sisters, (Georgina) Mrs. James Beck, Newburne; (Ida) Mrs. Thomas Falkenham, Kentville; (Mae) Mrs. Fred Wentzell, West Newton, Mass.; and one brother, Enos, Loudon, N.H. One son, Walter, predeceased him six months ago. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. Rasmussen on Thursday afternoon at the Lutheran Church, Newburne, of which he was a member. Interment in Newburne cemetery. (hand written on obituary - 1937)


Rosemary Rafuse

[NI03228] Halifax Herald 12/30/2004

SLAUENWHITE, Burpee Lee - 81, Stanburne, Lunenburg Co., passed away December 29, 2004, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Stanburne, he was a son of the late Clarence and Cora (Veinot) Slauenwhite. He was a member of St. John in the Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany. During his working years, he was a carpenter, farmer and Christmas tree producer and continued growing trees after retirement and was very proud of his tree lot. As a young man, he enlisted in the Canadian Army and trained in Vancouver. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 102, New Germany, and enjoyed camping in the summertime with his wife and meeting many new friends on their travels. Surviving are his wife, the former Mae Pearlene Oickle; sons, Robert (Laverne), Margaretsville; Herbert (Dianne), Wentzell Lake; grandchildren, Derek (Jessica), Colin, Tanya (Blake) Johnson and Shane; brother, Pearlie (Ella), Stanburne; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a son, Harley; sisters, Beatrice Taylor, Evelyn Slauenwhite; brother, Joseph. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Sweeny's Funeral Home, New Germany, with funeral 11 a.m. Friday in St. John in the Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany, Rev. Tom Henderson officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. John in the Wilderness Anglican Church or charity of choice. On-line condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI03234] Raymond Percy Veinott, born 1905 in New Burne, Lunenburg County

Item can be found in Registration Year: 1905 - Book: 1905 - Page: 99100026 - Number:
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Raymond P. Veinotte 1977 Bridgewater Bulletin

Raymond P. Veinotte, 72, died unexpectedly Saturday, Nov. 5, 1977 at Franklin County Memorial Hospital in Farmington, Livermore Falls where he had been a patient since Monday. He was born in Newburne August 30, 1905, the son of Dilphon and Hilda Wentzell Veinotte. He was educated in Newburne School system and married Vernetta Ramey of Newburn, July 4, 1921 in Mahone Bay. Mr. Veinotte came to this community in 1924 and he and his wife had resided on Pine Street. He had been employed by International Paper Co. having worked in the sulphite and rewinders department. He retired in 1970 after 43 years of employment. He was a member of the Quarter Century Club of IPC and a member of Eaton Memorial United Methodist Church of Livermore Falls. Surviving are his widow of Livermore Falls; a daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Grover; Fayette; three brothers, Ralph of Livermore Falls; Basil of Newburne and Aubry of Readfield; a sister, Leah Scott, Sackville, N.S.; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

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[NI03236] Farmington---- Ralph R. Veinotte, 95, a resident of Oak Street, Jay, died
Saturday Aug. 28, 2004 at Franklin Memorial Hospital, where he had been a
patient since Wednesday.
He was born Nov. 7, 1908, in Newburn, Nova Scotia, Canada, the son of
Delphen and Hilda Wentzel Veinotte. He attended school in Newburn.
He married Dorothy McEwen, April 15, 1936 in Livermore Falls, Maine. They
made their home for many years on Knapp Street, Livermore Falls, before
moving to Jay. She died Oct. 27,2002.
Ralph worked in the steam plant at International Paper Co. from 1936 until
his retirement in 1973. As of Aug. 27, he was the oldest living IP retiree.
He was a member of the Quarter Century Club of International Paper Company.
He enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening and picking berries.
He is survived by his son, Maynard Veinotte and his wife, Louise of East
Jay, two grandchildren, Pamela Wildes and her companion, Raymond Legassie,
of South Portland and Richard Veinotte and wife Tammie of Canaan: three
great-grandchildren, Garrett and Courtney Veinotte and Whitney Wildes; a
sister, Leah Scott of Halifax, Nova Scotia and two nieces and a nephew also
of Canada. His great-niece still has the family farm.
He was predeceased by four brothers, Raymond, Walter, Aubrey and Basil
Veinotte.

From the Lewiston Sun Journal Sunday edition Aug 29, 2004

[NI03256] Mrs. James Beck 1949 Bridgewater Bulletin

There passed away at her home in Newburne on March 3 rd, Anna Georgina, wife of James Beck, at the age of 78 years. Although in failing health for several years, her death after a week in bed came as a shock to relatives and friends.
She was born in Newburne on February 1, 1871, eldest daughter of the late William and Lucretia Veinotte.
She leaves to mourn, besides her husband; three daughters, Idella, Mrs.Sidney Carver, New Germany; Millie, Mrs. Stanley Corkum, Danvers, Mass.; Viola, Mrs. Donald Salsman, Waterville, Kings County; three sons, Emery and Lee of Lunenburg; and Howard, at home. Also surviving are two sisters, Ida, Mrs. Thomas Faulkenham of Dorchester, Mass.; and May, Mrs. Fred Wentzell of West Newton, Mass; and 13 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. A sister and two brothers predeceased her.
Funeral services were held at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, of which the deceased was a faithful member, on Saturday afternoon. Rev. J.S. Dauphinee, of Mahone Bay, conducted the service.
Hymns sung were "Asleep in Jesus," "My Faith Looks Up to Thee," and the choir sang "The Old Rugged Cross." Pall bearers were Donald Salsman, Gordon Wentzell, Harold Langille, and Maurice Veinotte. Interment was in the Lutheran Cemetery.

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[NI03267] "VIENOT","Michael","B","1820-03-29","1820-04-18","SJAL","John George & Sarah Cath",,

[NI03268] Census Place:Block House, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada
Source:FHL Film 1375806 NAC C-13170 Dist 11 SubDist C Div 3 Page 2 Family 6
SexMarrAgeOriginBirthplace
Solomon VEINOTMM59FrenchNova Scotia
Occ:CooperReligion:Church of England
Mary Ann VEINOTFM57GermanNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Sophia VEINOTFW43FrenchNova Scotia
Occ:ServantReligion:Church of England
James A. VEINOTM15FrenchNova Scotia
Occ:FarmersonReligion:Church of England

[NI03274] this couple has 6 children

[NI03292] Robert was gassed in WW 1

[NI03299] Served in the Royal Canadian Engineers in WW 1; was gassed and spent time in the Nova Scotia Sanatorium, Kentville.

[NI03300] Minnie lived with Mrs. Brimmer in Mahone Bay after her parents died until her death.
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Minnie Veinot 1914 Bridgewater Bulletin

Publication date: February 3, 1914.

The death occurred Wednesday at the residence of Mrs. Bremner of Minnie, the fourteen year old daughter of the late Nathan Veinot of Newburne. Deceased has long been a sufferer from tuberculosis, and her death was not unexpected. Interment was at Newburne, Friday.

[NI03301] stayed in the Protestant Orphanage in Halifax after his parents died until he was adopted by James R. Morrison of Framboise Intervale,N.S. and was given the name of Percy G. V. Morrison.

Percy Morrison (Guy) remembers that it was in May, 1913 that they left the old homestead by horse and wagon and went to Mahone Bay. Minnie, Guy, McKiah, St. Clair and Emmet stayed with Mrs Brimmer for about a week before all but Minnie went to the Orphanage

[NI03303] 1905-1934 - was also put in Orphanage and was adopted by James Boutilier, Hackett's Cove. Went to Beverly, Mass in 1923 - had an ice route; went to Detroit in 1928 and worked for Cadillac Motors and then came back to Halifax and died there

[NI03305] Lived in Zaphyrville, Florida; bachelor; was in the Protestant Orphanage in Halifax until he was adopted by John W. MacLeod of Framboise, Cape Breton.

[NI03306] Was placed in the Protestant Orphanage in Halifax.

[NI03309] St .Matthew's Cemetery, Newburne

JOUDREY
Oran Gilbert 1912-1972
Dorothy Margaret 1911-1998

1998 Halifax Herald

JOUDREY , DOROTHY MARGARET 87, Hillside Pines, Bridgewater, formerly of Newburne, Lunenburg Co. dies October 13, 1998 in the residence. Borne in Newburne, she was the daughter of the late Ozam and Albertha (Eisenhauer)) Veinotte. She was a member of St Mathew's Lutheran Church, Newburne and past member of Rebekah's. Surviving are sons, George, Bridgewater; Curtis, Newburne, four grandchildren; two step-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband Oran; brother, Lawrence. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 PM today in Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral 2 PM Friday in St Mathew's Lutheran Church, Newburne, Rev. Ted Heinze officiating. Burial in St Mathew's Lutheran Church Cemetery, Newburne. In lieu of flowers, donations to St Mathew's Lutheran Church building Fund

[NI03310] St .Matthew's Cemetery, Newburne

JOUDREY
Oran Gilbert 1912-1972
Dorothy Margaret 1911-1998


Oran Gilbert Joudrey 1972 Bridgewater Bulletin

Oran Gilbert Joudrey, Newburne, passed away Monday, November 6, 1972, at West Northfield at the age of 60. Born at Maplewood, he was the son of the late Charles and Mina (Conrad) Joudrey.
He is survived by his wife, the former Dorothy Veinotte; two sons, George of Bridgewater; Curtis of Halifax; three grandchildren, Kenneth, Aleson, and Jennifer; two sisters, Marjorie (Mrs. Clarence Dexter) of Brooklyn, Queens County; Ruth (Mrs. James Carver) of LaHave; two brothers, Roy and Robert of Maplewood. One brother, Charles, predeceased him in World War Two, Italy,
May 25, 1944.
The funeral service was held on Thursday, November 9, at St.Matthew's Lutheran Church, Newburne, by Pastor Rev. Rolf Meindl. Mrs. Avery Lantz was organist. Choirs from New Germany Lutheran Church, Maplewood and Parkdale Baptist and Newburne sang,"What A Friend We Have in Jesus," "My Faith Loo
Up to Thee," and "Dear Lord and Father of Mankind." Interment was in the Newburne Cemetery.

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[NI03311] Harvey cut hair in a small building on his fathers farm ; He was killed by an ox which rammed its horn into his body.

Dies While Leading His Oxen To Work February, 1936. Bridgewater Bulletin

Harvey Jodrey, well known 56 year old farmer of Newburn, passed away suddenly Friday morning in the dispatch of farm duties, the way his father died before him.
Apparently in the best of health, Mr. Jodrey arose Friday morning and after a hearty breakfast, preceeded to the barn to team his oxen preparatory to going into the woods to work timber. He had started off with the oxen,which he had teamed with the assistance of his two nephews, Percy Jodrey and Lee
Langille, and was about one hundred yards from the house when he was seen to suddenly fall. His nephews rushed to the scene and found him lying in a semi-conscious condition, between the two oxen.
He died soon after. Dr. A.J. MacDonald, of New Germany, travelled twelve miles to the man's bedside by sleigh, but it was too late. Death was due to a fractured skull suffered when the man's head struck the horn of one of the oxen, or the wagon tongue, on falling. There was no inquest.
The deceased was unmarried and lived with his step-mother, Mrs. Alban, and a step-sister, Mrs. Elsie Langille. A sister and three brothers, the latter in the States, survive him.

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[NI03312] Mrs. Eunice Neal came to Newburne in 1904 to " keep house" for Alban an they married. Her first husband, fisherman Joseph Neal had died of cancer in 1899. She brought 3 of her 7 children with her and Leamon and Elsie attended Newburne School beginning in the Spring of 1904.......Taken from the Book (Newburne Then and Now) by Pauline Veinotte

Auctions were held after the deaths of both Alban and Harvey. Mrs. Alban ( Eunice) had to buy her kitchen range at both auctions even though she had brought it with her...........Taken from the Book (Newburne Then and Now) by Pauline Veinotte

[NI03313] Beck A Seletus (Veinot) December 24, 1923, 51 Years 9 Months, Wife Of HibbertNewburneSt. Matthew's Lutheran

[NI03314] St. Matthew's Cemetery, Newburne

BECK
Hibbert B. 1859-1943

BECK
A. Seletus
December 24, 1923.
51 years 9 months
wife of Hibbert

Hibbert Beck 1943 Bridgewater Bulletin

On Saturday evening, February 27th, there passed away at his home in New Burn, Hibbert Beck, at the age of 83 years. Being in poor health for some years he was only confined to his bed for a short time previous to his death. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Beck, also of New Burn.
His wife, Seletus (Veinotte) predeceased him nineteen years ago. He is survived by two brothers, James and Nathan; one sister, Mrs. Cornelius Oickle, all of New Burn; also three daughters, Ida, Mrs. Amos Wentzell; Carrie, Mrs. Warren Veinot; Hazel, Mrs. Gordon Wentzell; one son, Clarence,
also of New Burn; twenty-two grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
The funeral was c0nducted by Rev. J.S. Dauphinee, pastor of the Northfield Lutheran parish. A brief service was held at the home followed by a sermon taken from Acts 14 ch., 22nd. verse. He was a faithful member of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church. Hymns sung were "Nearer My God to Thee, " at the
house; "A Few More Years Shall Roll," "Sun of My Soul," and "Asleep in Jesus" at the church.

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[NI03316] He was Newburne's 7th and last Postmaster and served from 31 March 1936 until the establishment of a full rural Route here on 31 July 1958-more than 22 years.

[NI03317] WENTZELL, Hazel Beatrice - 86, Newburne, Lunenburg Co., died April 14, 1998, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Newburne, she was a daughter of the late Hippert and Seletus (Veinotte) Beck. She was a member of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church and a past member of the ladies aid and Rainbow Club. Surviving are her husband of 67 years, Gordon; daughters, Marilyn Moore, Newburne; Shirley (Mrs. Brenton Veinotte), Upper New Cornwall, Lunenburg Co.; sons, Eldren, Union Square; Arol, New Germany; 22 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by grandchildren, Wayne Wentzell, Terry Veinotte, one in infancy; sisters, Carrie, Ida; brother, Clarence. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. Friday in St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Newburne, Rev. Ted Heinze officiating. Burial in St. Matthew's Cemetery, Newburne. Donations to St. Matthew's Lutheran Church.

[NI03319] Alice and her stillborn baby died Aug 07 1924

[NI03320] Mrs. Naaman Wentzel 1931
There took place at Barss Corner on January 28, 1931, the death of Minnie E., wife of Naaman Wentzel at the age of 45 years. Her illness of a five month period was borne with cheerfulness and fortitude. Those surviving to mourn their loss are her husband; one son, Earl, at home; father, John Gray; brother; sister, Mrs. James Veinotte, Dalhousie; a step-mother and step-sister; also a large number of friends. The funeral was held at the home of deceased on the 30th, Rev. E.P. Brown of the Anglican Church, New Germany, conducting the service. Interment was made at Parkdale Cemetery.

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[NI03321] Mrs. Sidney Carver 1964 Bridgewater Bulletin

Mrs. Idella May Carver, wife of Sidney Carver, died at her home in New Germany at the age of 74.
Born in New Burne, Mrs.Carver was the daughter of the late James and Georgina (Veinot) Beck. Her early life was spent in New Burne, moving to New Germany 20 years ago.
Surviving are her husband, Sidney; three daughters, Bernice (Mrs.Bert Milbury), of New Burne; Helen (Mrs. Harold Langille), of New Burne; Reta (Mrs. Burpee Meisner), of New Minas; and three sons, John with the RCAF in Northfield, Ontario; James of Bridgewater; and Paul with the RCAF in Metz, France. Also surviving are one sister, Viola (Mrs. Donald Salsman) of
Waterville; and three brothers, Howard of New Burne; and Emery and Lee of Lunenburg.
The funeral service was conducted from the Lutheran Church in New Burne with Rev.Hector Magalee officiating. Interment was in the New Burne Cemetery.

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[NI03323] Howard was splitting frozen wood for Cornelius Oickle when a chip hit him in the eye. He was taken to Dr. C.B. Trites, eye specialist in Bridgewater, who found it necessary to remove the damaged eye and fitted him with a"glass" eye.
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St. Matthew's Cemetery, Newburne

BECK
James Albert 1856-1949
Anna Georgina 1871-1949
Howard Edgar 1893-1983 (son)



Howard Edgar Beck 1983 Bridgewater Bulletin

Howard Edgar Beck, age 89, a much respected citizen of Newburne, passed away on Monday, February 28, 1983, at the home of William and Margaret Milbury, Newburne.
Born in Newburne, he was the son of the late James and Georgina (Veinotte) Beck.
Surviving are a sister, Viola (Mrs. Donald Salsman), Waterville; a brother, Lee, Lunenburg.
He ws predeceased by two sisters, Idella (Mrs. Sydney Carver) and Milly (Mrs.Stanley Corkum) and a brother, Emery of Lunenburg.
The body rested at Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral service was held from St.Matthew's Lutheran Church, Newburne at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 3. Rev. Gustafson officiated. Hymns sung were "Amazing Grace" and "How Great Thou Art." Burial was in Newburne Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Gordon and Leaman Wentzell, Enos and Stanley Corkum, Donald Beck, and Eldridge Milbury.

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[NI03325] After their barber training in Montreal, Quebec, Emery and Lee set up "Beck's Barber Shop" In Lunenburg on Jan. 22 1929. Percy G. Jodrey drove them from Newburne to Lunenburg in his Touring Model A Ford. At first a Beck haircut cost 35 cents. Emery Barbered 52 1/2 years in their shop on Montaque Street and Lee barbered there for 55 years. Lee now barbers in the basement of his home.

Taken from the Book " Newburne Now and Then" by Pauline Veinotte

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Emery L. Beck 1982 Bridgewater Bulletin

Emery L. Beck, 157 Brook Street, passed away suddenly at home, Thursday, August 19, 1982. Born at Newburne, Lunenburg County, he was a son of the late James and Georgina (Veinote) Beck.
He moved to Lunenburg in 1929 and was in partnership with his brother, Lee, in Beck's Barber Shop, where he worked 52 years and nine months, until his retirement late last year. He was a devoted member of Zion's Lutheran Church, Lunenburg.
He is survived by his wife, the former Vera M. Milbury; two brothers,
Howard, Newburne; and Lee, Lunenburg; one sister, Viola (Mrs. Donald Salsman) Waterville.
He was predeceased by two sisters, Idella and Millie.
Funeral service was Sunday, August 22 at 2 p.m. in Zion's Lutheran Church with the Rev. Carroll Fritz officaiting, assisted by Rev. Oliver Osmond.

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[NI03326] DEMONE, Minnie Esther - 69, Hillside Pines Nursing Home, Bridgewater, formerly of Meisners Section, Lunenburg County, died December 12, 1993, in the home. Born in North River, Lunenburg County, she was a daughter of the late James Edwin and Annabella (Robar) Sarty. She was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, North River. She is survived by her husband, Fred; two daughters, Luccile (Mrs. Gary Doucette), Conquerall Bank; Pamela Demone, Meisners Section; three sisters, Mary (Mrs. Wilfred Robar), Elva Sarty, both of North River; Vivian (Mrs. Robert Frank), Brickton, Annapolis County; two brothers, David, Paul, both of North River; half-sister, Alice (Mrs. Twining Crouse), Cherryfield; a granddaughter. She was predeceased by a sister, Florence in infancy; brother, Fred; five half-sisters, Elsie, Gladys, Blanche, Lillian, Sadie; two half-brothers, Dorwin, Mark. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Langille's Funeral Home, 5267 Main St., New Germany. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Rev. Robert Robb officiating. Burial will be in church cemetery. Donations may be made to Hillside Pines Nursing Home or South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater.

[NI03327] After their barber training in Montreal, Quebec, Emery and Lee set up "Beck's Barber Shop" In Lunenburg on Jan. 22 1929. Percy G. Jodrey drove them from Newburne to Lunenburg in his Touring Model A Ford. At first a Beck haircut cost 35 cents. Emery Barbered 52 1/2 years in their shop on Montaque Street and Lee barbered there for 55 years. Lee now barbers in the basement of his home.
Taken from the Book " Newburne Now and Then" by Pauline Veinotte


BECK, Irvin Lee - 89, Lunenburg, died Saturday, February 22, 1997, in Harbour View Haven Home for Special Care, Lunenburg. Born in Newburne, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late James and Georgina (Veinotte) Beck. He, with his brother Emery, started barbering in the town of Lunenburg in 1929 and continued until Emery retired in 1981. He also barbered part-time in Riverport and continued to barber in his basement until January 15 of this year. He was a member of Zion Lutheran Church, Lunenburg, and a former member of Zion Lutheran Male Choir. He is survived are daughter, Rosalie and husband Rev. Oliver Osmond, London, England; sister, Viola Salsman, Waterville; grandchildren, Richard, Adrian and Cecilia, England. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Erna Viola Milbury; sisters, Idella, Millie; brothers, Howard, Emery. The family has requested no visitation. Funeral service will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. from Zion Lutheran Church, Lunenburg, Rev. Douglas Moore officiating. Interment will be in Hillcrest Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Zion Lutheran Church, Lunenburg, or the Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia. Arrangements entrusted to Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, Lunenburg.

[NI03328] SALSMAN, Viola Lucretia - 86, Waterville, Kings Co., died December 6, 1997, in Evergreen Home for Special Care, Kentville. Born in Newburne, Lunenburg Co., she was a daughter of the late James Albert and Georgina (Veinotte) Beck. She had been employed at Waterville Can Factory for many years and was a member of Waterville United Baptist Church and the Sharon Club. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Surviving are daughter, Eleanor (Mrs. Gordon Morse), Berwick; seven grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Donald; sons, Rupert, Robert; daughter, Erma in infancy; brothers, Howard, Emery, Lee; sisters, Idella Carver, Millie Corkum; grandson, Tony Salsman. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick. Funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday in Waterville United Baptist Church, Rev. Robert Billings officiating. Burial in Berwick Cemetery. Donations to Waterville United Baptist Church or Evergreen Home for Special Care, Kentville.

[NI03329]
Adam L. Webber, born 1885 in New Germany, Lunenburg County

Item can be found in Registration Year: 1904 - Book: 1904 - Page: 69901687 - Number:

[NI03330] SALSMAN, Donald Wilson - 86, Waterville, Kings Co., died March 31, 1995, in Evergreen Home for Special Care, Kentville. Born in Waterville, he was a son of the late Emery and Addie (Rogers) Salsman. He worked as a self-employed carpenter most of his life. He was a member of Waterville Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife, the former Viola Lucretia Beck, Kentville; daughter, Eleanor (Mrs. Gordon Morse), Berwick; sisters, Jessie Rafuse, Berwick; Molly Butts, Halifax; Lillian (Mrs. Blake Salsman), Somerset; June (Mrs. Stanley Salsman), Waterville; eight grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by sons, Rupert, Robert; daughter, Erma in infancy; brothers, David, LeRoy, Nobel, Sidney, William, Laurie. Visitation 7-9 p.m. Sunday in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick. Funeral 3 p.m. Monday in Waterville Baptist Church, Pastor Ralph Lepore and Rev. Gordon Walker officiating. Burial in Berwick Cemetery. Donations to Waterville Baptist Church, The Lung Association or Evergreen Home for Special Care.

[NI03345] Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Barss Corner, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:b
Archives Microfilm:T-6454
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John P. Veinotte 1926 Bridgewater Bulletin

New Ross, April -

John P. Veinotte of Dalhousie died April 27, aged 79 years. The funeral service was held in St. Cyprian's Church by Rev. P.G. Corbin. A large congregation was in attendance. Mr. Veinot was one of the founders of the church in Dalhousie.
He is survived by his widow; two brothers, Enos and William of New Germany; six sons, the youngest living at home: Steward and Dennis of Dalhousie; Colin in the West; Lewis and Asoph in Massahcusetts; four daughters: Mrs. Simon Barkhouse, Tremont; Mrs.Sullivan, Berwick; Mrs. Daniel Lonergan, and Mrs. Chas. Lowe, Aylesford Road.


(Gordon was the youngest son who was not named in the obituary.)

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[NI03347] Enos J. Veinot 1939 Bridgewater Bulletin

The passing away of Enos J. Veinot at his home on Friday, May 19, removes a highly esteemed and eldest resident of our community. Although in failing health for the past few months, his death was not so soon expected. Born at Lower Northfield 85 years ago, he was the son of the late Isaac Veinot, and the last member of that family. Mr. Veinot moved to Watford over fifty years ago, and for several years he lived in Millville, Kings County, coming back home thirteen years ago. He lived with his only son, Sanford, and during his illness he was tenderly
cared for by his granddaughter, Goldie. He will be sadly missed in the home and neighbourhood in which he lived.
He was laid to rest on Sunday inthe cemetery at New Germany. Service was conducted by his pastor, Rev. Clinton Veinot, at the house, church, and grave. A large number of friends and relatives followed his remains to the last resting place.

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[NI03349] 1911 / Nova Scotia / Lunenburg / 2 Farmington
Veno Acef M Head M Oct 1860 50
Veno Edna F Wife M Dec 1882 28
Veno Ford M Son S Feb 1900 11
Veno Pearley M Son S May 1904 7
Veno Matilda F Daughter S May 1906 5
Veno Howard M Son S Sep 1908 2
Veno Fred M Son S Jul 1910 11/12

[NI03358] VEINOT, Maynard William - 78, Maplewood, Lunenburg Co., died January 2, 1998, in Queens General Hospital, Liverpool. Born in Maplewood, he was a son of the late Charles A. and Nina B. (Wentzell) Veinot. He was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church, Parkdale. He was a farmer for most of his life. He was a member of Lunenburg County Christmas Tree Producers Association. He was an animal control officer for the Municipality of Lunenburg for many years, and was a special ranger for the Department of Lands and Forest. He was a past member of IOOF, Parkdale Maplewood. Surviving are his wife, the former Gertrude Miriam Webber; daughters, June (Mrs. Mervin Rhodenizer), Miriam (Mrs. Merle Rhodenizer), Parkdale; Sharon (Mrs. Wade Carver), Union Square; Sheila (Mrs. Paul Uhlman), Italy Cross; sons, Ralph, Upper Northfield; Ivan, Scarsdale; Rex, Maplewood; sisters, Irene Collicut, Canaan; Susie Dauphinee, Middle Cornwall; Lois Turner, Forties; Ruth (Mrs. Carmen Meisner), Jean (Mrs. Franklyn Webber), New Germany; Ruby (Mrs. Sid Ferguson), East Dalhousie; Elsie (Mrs. Walter Maughan), Lower Branch; 16 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by daughter, Faye in infancy; sister, Annie Joudrey; three grandchildren. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday in New Germany Funeral Home, 4895 Rte.10, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. Monday in Emmanuel Baptist Church, Parkdale, Rev. Karl Uhrstrom officiating. Private family burial in Parkdale Community Cemetery. Donations to any charity.

[NI03360] The Chronicle Herald Sat, October 25th, 2008

COLLICUTT, Irene Louise - 93, of Canaan, Lunenburg Co., died October 24, 2008, at home. Born in Maplewood, Lunenburg Co., she was a daughter of the late Charles A. and Nina B. (Wentzell) Veinot. Irene was a longtime member and treasurer of Canaan Baptist Church. She worked very hard at home caring for her two disabled children and her loving daughter, Cheryl. She will be missed by her furry friends, Timmy and Tabby. Irene is survived by her daughter, Cheryl (John) Perry, Windsor Road; granddaughter, Michelle; grandson, John-Robert (Sarah) and great-grandson, Cohen. She is also survived by her sisters, Lois Turner, New Ross; Jean Webber, Dartmouth; Ruby (Sidney) Ferguson, Dalhousie; Elsie (Walter) Maughan, Lunenburg; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Steve; daughter, Connie; son, Grant; sisters, Susie Dauphinee, Ruth Meisner and Annie Joudrey and her brother, Maynard. Visitation 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday in Davis Funeral Home, Chester. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Chester United Baptist Church, Rev. Dan Green officiating. Interment will follow in Sherwood Cemetery, Sherwood. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Sherwood Cemetery Fund or Canaan Baptist Church.

[NI03361] Halifax Herald 12/10/2005

DAUPHINEE, Susie Beatrice - 92, Middle Cornwall, passed away Thursday, December 8, 2005, in Mountain Lea Lodge, Bridgetown. Born in Maplewood, she was a daughter of the late Charles and Nina (Wentzell) Veinot. She retired from a 35 year career as a school teacher. She is survived by daughter, Linda Younis (Allie), Middle Cornwall; son, Collins (Jean), Bedford; sisters, Irene Collicutt, Lois Turner, Jean Webber, Ruby Ferguson, Elsie Maughan; four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Harold; son, Dale; sisters, Ruth and Annie; brother, Maynard. Visiting will be 2-4 p.m. Sunday in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Monday in New Cornwall United Baptist Church, New Cornwall, Rev. Lloyd Gillieo officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Flowers from the immediate family only. Donations may be made to New Cornwall Memorial Gardens or New Cornwall United Baptist Church through Mahone Funeral Home (902) 624-8241 or www.mahonefuneral.ca"






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[NI03363] Tuesday, September 6, 2005 The Halifax Herald Limited


MEISNER, Myra Ruth - 79, New Germany, passed away on Sunday, September 4, 2005, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Maplewood, she was a daughter of the late Charles and Nina (Wentzell) Veinot. In her earlier years, she was a school teacher, having taught in Scarsdale. Later, she married Carmon and together they worked in the family business, Meisner Brothers Poultry Farm. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, New Germany where she was a past member of the ladies auxiliary. Ruth enjoyed traveling, camping, cooking, gardening, painting, and her special granddaughters. Surviving are her sons, Orval (Julie), South Brookfield; Faron (Lisa), Coldbrook; grandchildren, Chelsea, Emily, Lynsey, Lauren; sisters, Susie Dauphinee, Mountain Lea Lodge, Bridgetown; Irene Collicutt, Canaan; Lois Turner, Forties; Ruby (Sidney) Ferguson, East Dalhousie; Jean (Franklin) Webber, Dartmouth; Elsie (Walter) Maughn, Lower Branch; many nieces and nephews. She was recently predeceased by her husband, Carmon, on May 15; an infant son; sister, Annie Joudrey; brother, Maynard Veinot. Visitation 7-9 p.m. Thursday in Sweeny's Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany. Memorial service 2 p.m. Friday in Trinity Lutheran Church, New Germany, Rev. Larry Ehrhardt officiating. Interment to follow in the church cemetery. Immediate family flowers only. Donations may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church or Lung Association of Nova Scotia. We, the family would like to thank the personal caregivers for the comfort, care and dedication shown during Mom's sickness and especially during the past few days, to Karen and Tony for the their loyal and loving dedication shown towards both Mom and Dad, and to a special niece Monica for her love and support during Mom's days in the hospital. On-line condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI03364] WEBBER, Jean Kathryn — 89, of New Germany and Dartmouth, passed away, on Saturday, October 23, 2010, in Melville Gardens Nursing Home, Halifax, where she had been residing. Born in Maplewood, she was a daugh­ter of the late Charles and Nina (Went­zell) Veinot. Surviving are her son, Charles (Sue) Webber, Dartmouth; grandchildren, Natalie (Joel) Culli­gan, Alberta; Nathan (Katrina Reid), Dartmouth; great-grandchildren, Kaitlin and Liam Culligan, Alexander and Kyle Webber; sisters, Lois Turner, Forties; Ruby Ferguson, East Dalhou­sie; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by husband, Fran­klin O. Webber; sons, Frankie and one in infancy; brother, Maynard Went­zell; sisters, Susie Dauphinee, Irene Collicutt, Elsie Maughan, Ruth Meisn­er, Annie Joudrey. No visitation in the funeral home by request. Funeral 11 a.m. Wednesday, in Barss Corner Unit­ed Baptist Church, Barss Corner, Rev. Norman Hovland officiating. Burial to follow in the church cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to Barss Corner United Baptist Church or the church cemetery. Ar­rangements entrusted to Sweeny’s Fu­neral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Ger­many, where on-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI03366] The Chronicle Herald Thu, March 26th, 2009

MAUGHAN, Elsie Mae - 76, Lower Branch, Lunenburg Co., passed away on Wednesday, March 25, 2009, in Harbour View Haven Nursing Home, Lunenburg, with her family by her side. Born in Maplewood, she was a daughter of the late Charles and Nina (Wentzell) Veinot. She was wife and business partner of Walter Maughan of Maughan's Construction, Lower Branch. Surviving are her husband, Walter; daughters, Anna Maughan (Pat Burke), Hebbville; Gail Maughan (Laurie Beck), Lower Branch; sons, Vernon (Monica) Maughan, Dayspring; one of Bridgewater, one of Branch LaHave; sisters, Ruby Ferguson, East Dalhousie; Lois Turner, Forties; Jean Webber, Dartmouth; grandchildren, Tyler Drennan, Nicole Brown (Darren Mulock), Rachel Brown, Colby Maughan, Erin Maughan (Ryan Dobson), Cory Maughan; three other grandsons; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by son, Gordon; grandson, Glen; sisters, Annie Joudrey, Ruth Meisner, Irene Collicutt, Susie Dauphinee; brother, Maynard Veinot. Visitation for family and friends, 7-9 p.m., Friday in Sweeny's Funeral Chapel, Bridgewater, where funeral will be 2 p.m. Saturday, with special family friend, Rev. Willis Ott officiating. Burial will take place at a later date. No flowers by request, donations to Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia or charity of choice. On-line cxondolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI03374] Festive trees — and awards
Rex Veinot has been named woodlot owner for 2009, his second win
By BILL SPURR Features Writer
Sun. Dec 20 - 4:46 AM


Maplewood Maple Syrup and Christmas Tree Farm owners Rex Veinot and his son Ryan are selling the last of their Christmas tree crop at their stall on Joseph Howe Dr. in Halifax before heading home to Lunenburg County for the holidays. (TED PRITCHARD / Staff)



Rex Veinot has had three hip replacements and eight surgeries, which takes some of the pleasure out of gentleman farming, but nothing makes him feel better than walking the land in which he takes such pride.
His acreage in Maplewood, Lunenburg County, gives other people pleasure, too, as evidenced by Veinot’s selection as 2009 woodlot owner of the year, the second time he’s won the award.
As was the case in 1996, he doesn’t know who nominated him.
"It’s nothing you apply for; you don’t put your name in. Somewhere along the line, somebody puts your name in, then Department of Lands and Forest will come out and have a look at your woodlot, maybe talk to you, then send a panel of judges out," said Veinot as he worked his Christmas tree lot in Halifax on Saturday night.
"They look to see how you’re maintaining it and managing it. We just don’t manage it on a whimsical basis, but we have management plans. Back in 1976 my father and I had the first written management plan. The Department of Lands and Forests said we should be planning our woodlots so we sat down with Lands and Forests and did a management plan.
"We purchased a piece of property adjacent to ours a few years ago and the first thing we did was bring in a management group to come in and give us a plan for that lot."
Veinot’s ancestors have been taking care of the land in Maplewood since 1890. The woodlot that he says he "treats like a garden," produces timber, firewood, Christmas trees and recreational opportunities.
"And we have a little, tiny maple syrup operation, and in the spring people will come and we do a few wagon rides through our woodlot," he said.
"We’ve got around (120 hectares) of woodland and I’m the fourth generation so this is nothing that I’ve done on my own, it’s a three lifetime sort of thing. So many times I see people cutting down a forest, and you can’t bring that back in a lifetime; a tree can be 100 years old before it’s mature and should be harvested.
"We’re not in it for profit. I’m in it because I see my son or my daughter becoming the fifth generation to operate it, and their children being the sixth generation."
Veinot’s been in the Christmas tree business "since I was old enough to be at my father’s shirttail," and says it’s a tougher, more labour intensive industry than it used to be.
"When I was a young boy they were growing trees — well, in the wild like we are, but now we’re taking them and trying to make them one step better," he said.
"You see, this ugly artificial tree came along, made out of plastics and all kinds of stuff, but it looked a little thicker and bushier than the ones in the wild. So somebody said we should farm trees a little more intensively, by shearing them and fertilizing them, make them look like a nicer, prettier tree. So we did get into that."
Hiring people to shear and fertilize trees adds hugely to the cost of production, which is why a standard-sized tree can easily run $50.
Sometimes people will show up at Veinot’s lot and ask for a Charlie Brown tree, or a "natural" one, as Veinot calls it, one that hasn’t been sheared or fertilized, and he has them, but this year he only sold two or three.
After 17 years of bringing trees to the city, he can count on plenty of repeat business.
"We have customers who have been with us for that 17 years and it gets to be a sentimental time, where you’re meeting (people who are) almost like family," he said.
Veinot maintains five kilometres of roads on his woodlot and has built a bridge over one of the three brooks that run through his property, which produces about 2,500 Christmas trees a year.
If he cut down all the timber at once, he says he could be wealthy "for a while," but there’s no chance of that happening.
"My son is doing a lot of the work lately, and I want to see the guy doing the work do it as if he really cares for that woodlot; the future of that woodlot. Not today, not the money that comes out of it today, but the future, not necessarily for money but for recreation, for wildlife, for fun," said Veinot, working alongside his son Ryan, who recently became a father himself.
"I take a lot of drives through my woodlot just to see what I see on a daily basis, a deer or a different tree that I never noticed, the things that most people don’t see in the woods."
"He was born four weeks and five days ago," Ryan Veinot said of son Ryder. "Soon as he can crawl, he’ll be butt-pruning."

( bspurr@herald.ca)

[NI03379] COLLICUTT, Steve - 85, Canaan, Lunenburg Co., died April 11, 1996, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Canaan, he was a son of the late Wallace and Albertha (Weisner) Collicutt. He was a retired trucker, woodsman and sawmill owner and operator. He was a former deacon at the United Baptist Church, Canaan. Surviving are his wife, the former Irene L. Veinot; daughters, Connie, at home; Cheryl (Mrs. John Perry), Windsor Road; son, Grant, Canaan; sister, Elsie Hiltz, Shoreham Village, Chester; two grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by sisters, Ada Collicutt, Cora Collicutt, Odie Armstrong, Dora Gordon; brothers, Percy, David, Herbert, Freeman, one in infancy. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Davis Funeral Home, Chester. Memorial service was held April 14 in Chester United Baptist Church, Rev. Brian Keezer officiated. Burial at a later date. Donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or Chester United Baptist Church.

[NI03380]
Harold J. Dauphinee 1989 Halifax Herald

Harold J. Dauphinee, 75, Middle Cornwall, died Thursday in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Middle Cornwall, he was a son of the late Artemus and Annie (Wile) Dauphinee. He was a retired lumberman and farmer and a member of the New Cornwall United Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, the former Susie Veinot; a daughter, Linda (Mrs. Allie Younis), Middle Cornwall; a son, Collins, Bedford; two brothers, Ralph, Middle Cornwall; Frank, Lunenburg; four grandchildren. He was predeceased by a son, Dale; a sister, Frances; three brothers, Carl, Uriel, Louis. The body is in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay; visiting 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Saturday. Funeral service will be held 2 p,m. Sunday at New Cornwall United Baptist Church, Dr. G.G. Harrop officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Donations may be made to the South Shore Regional Hospital Foundation or the New Cornwall United Baptist Church Cemetery.

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[NI03381] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 10/16/95
Category: News
Page: C17


TURNER, Grant V. - 83, The Forties, Lunenburg Co., died October 15, 1995, at home. Born in Fraxville, he was a son of the late George and Agnes (Keddy) Turner. He was a truck driver and later a rural mail driver. He was a member of St. Augustine's Anglican Church, The Forties, and Norwood Lodge 135, New Ross. Surviving are his wife, the former Lois Veinot; daughter, Joy (Mrs. Robert Meister), The Forties; three grandsons; brother, Norward, Aylesford; sisters, Kathleen (Mrs. Edward Hiltz), Fraxville; Leitha (Mrs. George Jones), South Alton. He was predeceased by a sister, Elizabeth; brothers, Wallace, Walter, Lester. Visitation 7-9 p.m. tonight, lodge meeting 8 p.m. tonight, both in Davis Funeral Home, Chester. Funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, The Forties, Rev. Gordon Neish officiating. Burial in the church cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, St. Augustine's Church or any charity.

[NI03382] Tuesday, May 17, 2005 The Halifax Herald Limited

MEISNER, Carmon Stewart - 79, New Germany, passed away on Sunday, May 15, 2005, at home with his wife, family and caregivers by his side. Born in Stanley Section, he was a son of the late Carmon and Bernice (Beck). He was a retired farmer having jointly owned and operated Meisner Brothers Poultry Farm with his brother Atwood for many years. He was a devoted and loving husband, father and grandfather. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, New Germany, where he was a past choir member; a member and past master of Hillcrest Masonic Lodge 93, New Germany. He was a blood donor for many years, having contributed over 100 donations. Carmon enjoyed traveling, camping, was an avid gardener, and for many years he was politically active in the community. Surviving are his wife, the former Myra Ruth Veinot; sons, Orval (Julie), South Brookfield; Faron (Lisa), Coldbrook; sister, June Connell, Kentville; brother, Atwood (Phyllis), New Germany; grandchildren, Chelsea, Emily; Lynsey, Lauren; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by an infant son. Visitation 7-9 p.m. Wednesday in Sweeny's Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany with a Masonic memorial service at 7 p.m. Memorial service will be 2:30 p.m. Thursday in Trinity Lutheran Church, New Germany, Rev. Larry Ehrhardt officiating. Interment to follow in the church cemetery. Immediate family flowers only, donations may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church, Hillcrest Masonic Lodge or Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia. We, the family, would like to thank the personal caregivers for the comfort, care and dedication shown during Dad's sickness and especially during the past few days. On-line condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI03383] Chronicle Herald 2 May 1985
MAHONE BAY - Eva E. Hubley, 91, of Mahone Bay, died Tuesday in Eastern Passage. Born in New Ross, she was a daughter of the late William and Julia (Collins) Bezanson. She is survived by three sons, Lindsay, Mahone Bay; Robert and Roy; both of new Cornwall; a sister Mrs. Olive Kempton, in Massachusetts; 16 grandchildren and several great- grandchildren. She was predeceased her husband George; seven sisters, Hattie, Agnes, Jennie, Annie, Flossie, Ruby and Lottie; three brothers, Jim, Steve and George. The body is in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone bay. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Friday, in United Baptist Church, Mahone Bay. Lic Dale Rose officiating. Buriel will be in Park Cemetery, Mahone bay. Donations may be made to United Baptist Church Memorial Fund, Mahone Bay.

[NI03384] The Chronicle Herald Thu, February 19th, 2009

FERGUSON, C. Sidney "Sid" - 86, East Dalhousie, Kings Co., passed away on Tuesday, February 17, 2009, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born August 10, 1922, in Tangier, he was a son of the late P.S. "Stan" and Hatie (Josey) Ferguson. Prior to retirement, Sid was owner and operator of C.S. Ferguson Flooring Co., Halifax and Lane's Tourist Court, Montague, P.E.I. Surviving are his wife of 35 years, Ruby K. (Veinot); daughters, Charlene Ferguson, Judy Sadler, both of Halifax; stepdaughters, Sonja Morse, Prince Edward Island; Gunnhild Vardal, British Columbia; granddaughter, Kelly Battilana; nine stepgrandchildren; great-granddaughter, Loren; brothers, Elmer, Florida; Don, Tangier; sisters, Inez Bolling, Halifax; Muriel Gesner, Viola Abriel, both of Ontario; Dorothy Lamont, Dartmouth; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brothers, Roy, Guy, Percy, Eric; sisters, Aileen, Daisy. No visitation or funeral service by request. Donations may be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or Canadian Diabetes Association. Arrangements under the direction of Sweeny's Funeral Home, New Germany, where on-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI03388] On their headstone reads: Lazarus Keddy 1846-1920
Elizabeth Veinot 1846-1912
erected by Wm F. Keddy

[NI03389] William is the grandson of Alexander and Catherine, son of Caroline
1901 CENSUS OF LUNENBURG COUNTY, NOVA SCOTIA

37 Lunenburg District Z

New Ross (Partial)

Page 19
Veniot, William M Head M 12 May 1858 42 French
Ruth F Wife M 14 Apr 1862 39 Welsh
Arthur M Son S 11 Sep 1883 17 French
Rufert ? M Son S 14 Mar 1886 15 French
S. William M Son S 27 Jul 1888 12 French
Hurbert O. M Son S 28 May 1891 9 French
Laura M. F Daughter S 29 Apr 1897 4 French
Dean L. M Son S 27-Mar-00 1 French

[NI03391] In the Book The Brothers Huls\Hiltz "from Ortenberg to Lunenburg" by Vernon S. Keddy.
He has her name as Ruth Ann ( Hiltz) Saltzman.

[NI03395] Census Place:New Ross, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada
Source:FHL Film 1375806 NAC C-13170 Dist 11 SubDist G Page 13 Family 51
Sex Mar Age Origin Birthplace
Lazurus KEDDYMM33EnglishNova Scotia
Occ:FarmerReligion:Church of England
Elizabeth KEDDYFM33EnglishNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Mytel KEDDYM13EnglishNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Leander KEDDYM11EnglishNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Martha KEDDYF9EnglishNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
William KEDDYM7EnglishNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Joseph KEDDYM5EnglishNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Llma KEDDYF4EnglishNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Laurence KEDDYM2EnglishNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Jeremiah LEGGEMM25EnglishNova Scotia
Occ:LaborerReligion:Church of England
Eliza LEGGEFM26EnglishNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Earnest LEGGEM<1EnglishNova Scotia
Religion:Church of England
Born:Jul; 9/12



[NI03403] Parkdale-Maplewood Community Cemetery

WENTZEL
G. Cornelius 1854-1939 WENTZEL
Aminella M. 1881-1977 Martin L. 1910-1927

Pioneer Cemetery, Parkdale

WENTZEL
Achsah
September 28, 1861.
July 15, 1892.


WENTZEL
Annie
died January 19, 1899.
7 years 2 months


G. Cornelius Wentzel 1939
The death of Cornelius Wentzel occurred at the Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater, on Friday morning, May 19, 1939. The deceased was eighty-four years of age and resided practically all his life at Maplewood. He is survived by his wife; two sons, George and Lloyd; and an aged sister, Zeporah; a son, Martin, predeceased him in 1927. Mr. Wentzel or "Uncle Nealy",as he was called by a host of friends, was a highly respected citizen in the community. Of a generous nature, he was noted for his kind hospitality and friends and strangers were always made welcome at his home. He was a faithful attendant at church and Sunday School and was ever ready to give staunch support to all good causes.An enterprising farmer, he was very active in all his work until a year ago, when he had the misfortune to fall and break his hip. This affliction was borne with great fortitude and courage. He recovered from this injury and was able, with the help of a crutch, to walk about his home and yard. A week ago, he was stricken with a severe illness and rushed to the hospital at Bridgewater, where he underwent a serious operation from which he failed to recover.
The funeral was held on Sunday, May 21, and the large attendance testified to the esteem in which the deceased was held. The service was conducted by Rev. C.W. Corey, assisted by Dr. Simeon Spidle of Mahone Bay, who rendered a
beautiful and comforting message fro mthe text: "To Die is Gain". The hymns were "Yield Not to Temptation," "Rock of Ages," "My Jeus, I Love Thee," and "Abide With Me."


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[NI03407] Taken from the Book "Newburne then and Now" by Paulene M. Veinotte

Idella Wentzell died at her home here (Newburne) in the midstof a time of deep snow.
When the Langille Funeral home vehicle came for her body, the road from Barss Corner had been plowed but the Veinotte road was still blocked. Lincoln and Arthur Langille hired Maurice Veinotte with his horse and sled, to bring her to the waiting hearse. They accompnaied him on this mission.
1891-1956

[NI03408] "VIENOT","Jacob Samuel","B","1848-08-02","Cyrus & Cath",,"1849-01-01",,"MBA"

[NI03419] Mrs. Ada Barbara Joudrey, 92 of 7 Malloy Ave Gorham N.H. passed away Tues, Feb 10, 1976 at the Mercy Hospital in Portland Maine. She was born in New Cornwall Nova Scotia, June 1 1883, the daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Eisenhauer) Veinotte and had lived in Berlin - Gorham area for the past 64 years; the last five years residing with her daughter, Marna in Gorham N.H. The three months prior to her death she resided with her daughter Myrtle in Gorham Maine. Mrs Joudrey was a member of the Gorham Methodist Church. Members of the family include two sons, Linnis Joudrey and Alton Joudrey both of Gorham N.H., two daughters Mrs. Clarence (Myrtle) Smith of Gorham Maine and Miss Merna Joudrey of Gorham, N.H. four grandchildren, seven great--grandchildren, neices and nephews and cousins. Funeral service was held Friday at 2 P.M. at the Parker and Holmes Funeral Home 180 Hillside Avenue, Berlin with interment in the Lary Cemetery in Gorham, N.H. Rev. Bullens, pastor of Gorham Main Methodist Church officiated. Pallbearers were Kenneth Joudrey, Ronald Viouin, Robert Ross and Harold Andrews. Contributions to be in her name of the charity of their choice

[NI03422] TRIMPER, Willard Percy - 81, Waldec, Annapolis County, died November 17, 1992, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Waldec, he was a son of the late Ernest Percy . Oct 12 1882 . d. Jul 20 1963 and Florence May married mar. 2 1907(Veno) Trimper. He is survived by his wife, the former Barbara Aptt; three daughters, Judy Penney, Kentville; Ruby Corbin, Alberta; Irene Sproule, Saskatchewan; son, Willard Jr., Waldec; two sisters, Evelyn Brown b. Oct 10 1908, Bear River, Digby County; Edith McFadden, Windsor; nine grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by an infant son, Howard; three brothers, Douglas, Edward, Carl. The body is in Jayne's Funeral Home, Digby, visiting 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, where funeral will be 2 p.m. Friday, Rev. Kevin Hicks officiating. Burial will be in Waldec Cemetery. Donations may be made to Nova Scotia Kidney Foundation or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia.

[NI03439] Mrs. Lamina Veinot 1947 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death of Mrs. Lamina Elizabeth, widow of the late Enos Veinot of Lower Northfield, occurred at the home of her sons, Mr. and Mrs. Enos and Lancelot Veinot, Second Peninsula, on November 26, where she had been confined to her bed for the past nine months. Born at Maitland some 90 years ago, she was a daughter of the late David and Catherine Barry and the last member of a large family. Following her marriage, she moved to Lower Northfield, where together they made a home for their family of 11 children, six of whom predeceased her ;also a grandson, whom she tenderly cared for from childhood and met death sudden death some years ago. Her husband predeceased her ten years ago. The body reposed at Sweeny's Funeral Parlour, Lunenburg, and the funeral was held at 2 o'clock, Sunday afternoon, from Christ Anglican Church,Maitland.The simple but impressive burial service was conducted by Rural Dean Rev.G.A. Arnold, Mahone Bay. The hymns sung were "Peace, Perfect Peace," "Now the Labourer's Task is O'er," and "There is no Night in Heaven." Interment took place in the family lot. Pall-bearers were Charles Barry, Roy Barry, Winfred Barry,and Ralph Barry. Surviving are two sons, Enos and Lancelot, Second Peninsula; three daughters, Mrs. Bertha Howard, Dunellen, New Jersey; Zipporah (Mrs. Allie Jodrey), Lower Northfield, both of whom helped care for their mother during her illness; Ivy (Mrs. Mansel Barry), Seaconk, Massachusetts; also 15 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.

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[NI03449] OIKLE Austin B 1870-01-24 1870-03-06 MBA Nelson & Mary Ann Cornelius Barry & wife Cath

OIKLE Austin D 1870-12-08 infant MBA s/Nelson 10m 14 daysMaitland, diptheria

[NI03454] Mrs. Alma Mary Slauenwhite 1965 Bridgewater Bulletin

Funeral service for the late Mrs. Alma Mary Slauenwhite was held on Wednesday afternoon, April 7th, at St.James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, conducted by Rev. K. Crouse and Rev. M.J. Findley. Interment was in the Blockhouse Garden of Rest Cemetery.

Mrs. Slauenwhite ,who was 29 years old, passed away at the Victoria General Hospital, Halifax, shortly after being admitted. She was the former Alma Mary Conrad of Conquerall Bank, Lunenburg County. She is survived by her husband and daughter, Janice; parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Conrad of Conquerall Bank; sisters, Shirley (Mrs. Beaumont Nowe), Conquerall Mills; Marie (Mrs. Winfred Daurie), Northwest; Ann (Mrs. Donald Wentzell), New Cumberland; Betty (Mrs. Loraine Knickle), Lunenburg; Christine (Mrs. David Dares), Lunenburg; Rosalind (Mrs. Robert Joudrey), Bridgewater; brothers, George Conrad, New Germany; Bernard Conrad, Conquerall Bank; and Edwin Conrad of Conquerall Bank.

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[NI03456] Lucinda married Edward Nauss and her younger sister, Susan married William Dorey on the same day. The double wedding was held in the Barss
Corner Baptist Chuch on June 30, 1867.

[NI03470] Nathan drowned in the River in Newburne while working on the river drive for the Davison Lumber Co. Lived for some time with the "Billy" Veinotte family.

[NI03483] St. Matthew's Cemetery, Newburne

LANGILLE
Pte. Lee Leaman 1917-1994

Lee Leaman Langille 1994 Halifax Herald

Lee Leaman Langille, 77, Glades Lodge, Halifax, died August 20, 1994, in the Lodge. Born in Newburne, he was a son of the late Joshua and Elsie (Neil) Langille. He was a veteran of the Second World War. He worked as a woodsman and on the highway until retirement in 1982. He is survived by half-brother,
Andrew Hirtle, Mahone Bay; brother, Tracey Langille, New Germany; two nieces. He was predeceased by a sister, Belle in infancy; infant twin brothers, Victor and Vincent. Funeral will be 11 a.m. today in Transfiguration Anglican Church, Newburne, Rev. John Pearce officiating, assisted by Rev. Peter Armstrong. Burial will be in Newburne Cemetery.
Donations may be made to Transfiguration Anglican Church or any charity. Arrangements are under the direction of Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany.

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[NI03486] Old Newburne Cemetery, Newburne

JOUDREY
Allister Erie
November 11, 1869.
June 14, 1929.

Cora Adelaide
October 16, 1875.
December 12, 1958.

Mrs. Cora Joudrey 1958 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death of Mrs.Cora Joudrey, 83, widow of Allister Joudrey, occurred ather home after a short illness.
Mrs. Joudrey was born in Upper Northfield, October 16, 1875, daughter of thelate Mr. and Mrs. George Demone.
She is survived by eight daughters, Maggie (Mrs. Warden Tanner), Northwest;Mary (Mrs. Currie Zinck), Northwest; Hazel, Spryfield, Halifax County; Marguerite (Mrs.Samuel Zinck), Walden; Flo (Mrs. Robert Conrad), First South; Jean (Mrs. Edison Tanner), Lunenburg; Vera (Mrs. Carl Knox), Lower
Rose Bay; Ethelyn (Mrs. Josiah Zinck), Walden; three sons, Percy,Newburne; Thomas, Madella Springs, Maryland; Guy, Sudbury, Ontario; two sisters, Sarah (Mrs.Elam Joudrey) New Cornwall; Mary (Mrs. Reginald MacKay), Upper Northfield; and four brothers, Stuart, River Hebert; Thomas,Livermore Falls; Ray and Guy, Church Lake. Funeral service was held in the Anglican Church, Newburne, Rev.W.A. Trueman and Rev. Paul Fischer officiating. Interment took place in the NewburneCemetery.

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[NI03496] Killed in Action during WWII, May 25 1944

[NI03497] Served In the Royal Canadian Army during WWII

[NI03503] Aged 22 Choked on a hot potato

[NI03504] Aged 12 Drowned while trying to drive certain logs that were in the Millpond to Jodrey's mill and slipped

[NI03519] The Chronicle Herald Sat, December 15th, 2007

TUFTS, Parker Nepean - 82, Lake Pleasant, Annapolis Co., passed away on Friday, December 14, 2007, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Lake Pleasant, he was a son of the late Primrose and Minnie (Whynot) Tufts. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family. Surviving are his wife of 53 years, the former Lois Oickle; sons, Eugene, Lake Pleasant; Kenneth, Falkland Ridge; granddaughter, Tiffany McLeod, New Germany; great-grandson, Damian John Kenneth Robar; nephews, Reggie and Brian Villeneuve, Digby. He was predeceased by his sister, Iona Oakley. Visitation 7-9 p.m. Monday in Sweeny's Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany. Funeral 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in Springfield United Baptist Church, Springfield, Rev. Robert Gates officiating. Family interment will follow in the church cemetery. Donations may be made to Springfield United Baptist Church or Cemetery, Canadian Cancer Society or charity of choice. On-line condolences may be made by visiting www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

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taken from the book The Friendly Road

MILITARY

During World War II, 1939-1945, the boys of Springfield and vicinity established a proud record of service in the Armed Forces. By their willingnexx to serve they have brought honor to themselves and glory to their native land. In comparison to the total population the number who enlisted was surprisingly large. An effort has been made to obtain the names of all of those who served their country in different branches of the service during the war years. We hope no name has been omitted.

A hearty welcome home is extended to every returned veteran. To those who gave their lives for their country we would pay a respectful tribute to their memory.

The following list of names of Servicemen and Woman from Springfield and Lake Pleasant .N.S. was contributed by Mrs Allister Crouse. It was not possible to obtain complete data regarding rank, service and date of discharge.

SPRINGFIELD NOVA SCOTIA

SERVICEMEN AND WOMAN 1939-1945

Crandall AckerRussell Durling
Malcolm Acker Walter Garber
Douglas BestJohn Grimm
Cecil ConradMrs Ralph Grimm
Ronald ConradRay Joudrey
Russell ConradMiss Norma Mason
Raymond CrouseChalres McNayr
Edgar DoucetMoyle Rafuse
Miss Thelma DunnJames Saunders
Douglas DurlingClarence Whynot


LAKE PLEASANT, N.S.
Servicemen and Woman -- 1939 - 1945

Everett Acker, wounded
Ralph Acker, wounded
Aubrey Emeno, killed in action
Ray Emeno, killed in action
Clifford Emeno, returned home
Ronald Mailman, accidently killed in training
Lorenzo Mailman
Lawrence Mailman
Miss Lina Mailman
Jimmy McGill, wounded
Roland Veinot
Parker Tufts
Ronald Veinot
Robert Neily

[NI03530] The Chronicle Herald Tue, October 16th, 2007

ACKER, Everett Vaughn - 84, Kingston, passed away peacefully on Sunday, October 14, 2007, in Camp Hill Veterans' Memorial Building, QEII, Halifax. Born in Lake Pleasant, Annapolis Co., he was a son of the late Caleb and Dorothy (Burgoyne) Acker. Everett served as a corporal with the R.C.R.'s in the Canadian Army during the Second World War from 1939-1945 in England, France, Holland and Germany. He was the recipient of the Liberation of Holland medal. Everett will be remembered for his strong and everlasting love for his wife, Jean, who was the fire in his soul and the stars in his eyes. He is survived by his loving wife of 56 years, the former Jean Parker; sons, Vaughn (Jolanta), Annapolis Royal; Doug (Patricia), Cambridge; Troy (Jennifer), Aylesford; grandchildren, Caleb (Bella), Krystal (Chris), Lewis (Tasha), Ashley (Cory), Chase, Sheena; three great-granddaughters; sisters, Kathleen Barteaux, Torbrook; Juanita Mailman, Caledonia, and Marie Whilliams, England. He was predeceased by brother, Calvin. By request, there will be no visitation. The funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday, October 18, in Kingston Baptist Church, Rev. Leon Langille officiating. Interment will be in Kingston United Cemetery. Everett's family would like to express their thanks to all of the nurses and support staff who provided such loving care to Everett during his time at Camp Hill. We all felt better knowing he had such caring people with him everyday. Donations in memory may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia or the Recreation Department Camp Hill Veterans' Memorial Building, QEII, Halifax. On-line condolences may be made through: www.middletonfuneralhome.com

[NI03531] The Chronicle Herald 01/22/2010

STODDART, Harold Myron — 68, of Inglisville, passed away Thursday, January 21, 2010, in Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Inglisville, he was a son of the late Lindsay and Elizabeth (Burns) Stoddart. Harold retired in 1986 from the construction industry. He loved hunting, fishing, bingo and enjoyed his scrap metal "junk" business. His last wish was to be baptized and his baptism was held on January 19, 2010. He is survived by his wife of 49 years, the former Leona Whynot; daughters, Donna (Roger) Durling, Inglisville; Dale Whynot, Mount Hanley; Doreen (Ivan) Veinot, Inglisville; Beverley (Richard) Deveau, Greenwood; sons, Bruce (Ivy) Stoddart, Queen Charlotte Islands, B.C.; Michael (Melanie) Stoddart, Brickton; sisters, Dorothy Veinot, Canning; Alice (Dennis) Dahr, New Minas; Carolyn King, Clarence; half-sister, Stella Brewer, Halifax; brothers, Ronald (Wilma) Stoddart, South Williamston; James (Clarice) Stoddart, Greenwood; Wayne Stoddart, Inglisville; half-brother, Leslie Beals, Bridgetown; 13 grandchildren; four step-grandchildren; three great- grandchildren and will be sadly missed by his dog "Pebbles". Besides his parents, he was predeceased by twin sons in infancy; grandsons, Tyler and Ryan Veinot; sister, Myrna Penny; half-sisters, Isabel O'Neil, Laura Corkum, Viola Walker; brother, Raymond Stoddart; half-brother, Floyd Beals and son-in-law, Frank Whynot. Visitation will be held 7-9 p.m. today in Middleton Funeral Home, 398 Main St., (902) 825-3448, where the funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, January 23, Padre Earle Leslie officiating. Interment will be in Springfield Cemetery. Donations in memory may be made to Inglisville Baptist Church. On-line condolences may be made through:
www.middletonfuneralhome.com

[NI03542] BEGIN, Margaret L. - Bridgewater, died September 8, 1993, in Victoria General Hospital, Halifax. Born in Bridgewater, she was a daughter of the late Ezekiel and Maud (Joudrey) Oickle. She was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Bridgewater; South Shore Regional Hospital Foundation; the auxiliary of Hillside Pines; Lunenburg West Progressive Conservative Association and a life member of Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 24, Ladies Auxiliary. She was an ardent curler from 1940/59 when she resigned as treasurer and vice-president of the Bridgewater Curling Club to manage the Sally Shop for 20 years. She is survived by her son, Jack, Dartmouth; three sisters, Edith Brignell, Audrey Stuart, both of Bridgewater; Evelyn (Mrs. Everett Fancy), New Glasgow; two brothers, Robert, Bridgewater; George, Auburndale; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Avard; five brothers, Harold, Rex, Eric, Avard, St. Clair in infancy; two sisters, Mona, Phyllis. There will be no visitation. Funeral will be 1:30 p.m. Saturday in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Rev. Willis Ott officiating. Burial will be in Brookside Cemetery, Bridgewater. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to any charity. Arrangements under the direction of Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater.

[NI03547] Tuesday, September 23, 1913 Bridgewater Bulletin

BORN

OICKLE-At Bridgewater, Sept. 22, to the wife of Ezekiel Oickle, a son.

[NI03548] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 03/14/97
Category: News
Page: B7 / C16



BRIGNELL (Oickle), Edith Gertrude - 81, Lockeport, formerly of Bridgewater, died March 12, 1997, in Roseway Hospital, Sandy Point. Born in Bridgewater, she was a daughter of the late Ezekial and Maude (Joudrey) Oickle. Surviving are daughter, Catherine Louise MacIntosh, Lockeport; brothers, Robert, George, Bridgewater; sisters, Audrey Stuart, Bridgewater; Evelyn Fancy, New Glasgow; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Donald; brothers, Avard, Eric, Rex, Harold; sisters, Mona Wagner, Margaret Begin, Phyllis Clements. Funeral 2 p.m. today in Holy Cross Anglican Church, Lockeport, Rev. Charles Bull officiating. Burial in Osborne Harbour Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations to Roseway Hospital or any charity.

[NI03550] Tuesday, April 10, 2001 The Halifax Herald Limited

FANCEY, Evelyn Belle - 81, 505 Chisholm St., New Glasgow, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Sunday, April 8, 2001, in the New Halifax Infirmary, QEII. Born in Bridgewater, she was a daughter of the late Ezekiel and Maude (Joudry) Oickle. An active member of her community, she faithfully attended First United Baptist Church and was treasurer of the ladies aid. She was treasurer of the Progressive Conservative Women's Association and an active member of The Aberdeen Hospital Auxiliary. She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. She is survived by her husband, Everett; daughter, Patricia (Grant) Smith, St. Margaret's Bay and their children, Taira and Eric; Barbara, Bedford and her children, Mark, Jason; Brenda (Steven) Boudreau, New Glasgow and their children, Ryan, Stephanie, Kelly; sister, Audrey Stuart, Bridgewater. She was predeceased by six brothers and four sisters. No visitation by request. Funeral service 2 p.m. Wednesday in First United Baptist Church, Rev. Alan Jorgenson officiating. Reception following in the church hall. Burial in Abercrombie Cemetery at a later date. Donations to Juvenile Diabetes Association, Aberdeen Hospital Auxiliary or a charity of choice. Arrangements are under the direction of R.H. Porter Funeral Home, New Glasgow.

[NI03554] OICKLE, George Wilfred - 70, Auburndale, passed away August 27, 1999, in the South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Bridgewater, he was a son of the late Ezekiel and Maude (Joudrey) Oickle. He is survived by his wife, the former Florence Rhodneizer; a son Byron, Auburndale; daughters, Ardith, Linda, Karen, Sharen, Pam; grandchildren, Missy, Amy, Emma, Cody, Megan; sister, Toby (Mrs. Everett Fancy), New Glasgow; Audrey Stuart, Bridgewater. He was predeceased by brothers, Robert, Harold, Eric, Rex, Avard; sisters, Margaret, Edith, Mona, Phyllis. There will be no visitation at the funeral home by request. A memorial service will be held 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Bridgewater, Rev. James Slack Jr. officiating. No flowers by request. Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, South Shore Regional Hospital Foundation or to any charity. Arrangements are entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater.

[NI03555] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 08/10/98
Category: News
Page: B16

OICKLE, Robert James - 64, Bridgewater, died August 8, 1998, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Bridgewater, he was a son of the late Ezekiel and Maude (Joudrey) Oickle. Surviving are his wife, the former Ruby Corkum; daughters, Sherry (Mrs. Terry Conrad), Lower Sackville; Nancy, Bridgewater; Pam (Mrs. James Meisner), Chelsea, Lunenburg Co.; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; sisters, Toby (Mrs. Everett Fancy), New Glasgow; Audrey Stewart, Auburndale; brother, George, Auburndale. He was predeceased by daughter, Judith; sisters, Margaret, Edith, Mona, Phyllis; brothers, Harold, Eric, Rex, Avard. No visitation by request. Memorial service 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Bridgewater, Rev. James Slack Sr. officiating. Burial to follow in Brookside Cemetery, Bridgewater. Family flowers only. Donations to Cape Breton Society of the Deaf, 56 N.E. Pean St., Sydney, B1P 6A8 or St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Bridgewater. Arrangements entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater.

[NI03567] Bridgewater Bulletin Wednesday, December 6, 1972
Funeral service for the late Avard E. Begin was held on November 23,
1972 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church with interment being in Brookside
Cemetery, Bridgewater.
Born in Mahone Bay, he was the son of the late John Begin and Lilla
Oxner. He is survived by his wife, Margaret and son Jack, Dartmouth; two
sisters, Mrs. Daisy McKenna, Summerside, P.E.I.; Mrs. Rose Martin,
Washington, D.C.; one foster brother, Carl Ernst, Liverpool and three
grandchildren. He was predeceased by two sisters.
(Card of Thanks - not taken)

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Chronicle Herald Saturday, November 25, 1972 Page 28
Bridgewater - Avard E. Begin, 65, Bridgewater, died Friday at his home.
Born in Mahone Bay, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Begin.
He was a veteran of the Second World War.
Surviving are his wife, Margaret; one son Jack, Dartmouth; two sisters, Mrs. Daisy McKenna, Summerside, P.E.I.; Mrs. Rose Martin, Washington, D.C.; one foster brother, Carl, Liverpool, and three grandchildren.
He was predeceased by two sisters.
The body is at Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral service will be held Sunday at 1:15 p.m. in St. Paul's Lutheran Church Rev. W. L. Myra officiating. Burial will be in Brookside Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Paul's Lutheran Church.

[NI03590] "EMENO","Alice Victoria","B","1867-04-05","1867-04-28","SJAL","Cyrus & Sarah","triple","triplet, Samuel Oikle & wife, Sophia"

[NI03591] "EMENO","Amelia Albertina","B","1867-04-05","1867-04-28","SJAL","Cyrus & Sarah","triple","triplet, Simon Lantz & wife Cath"

[NI03595] Blockhouse Cemetery
Blockhouse, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia

Veinot Hibbert Binney 1866 – 1948
Minetta (wife) 1874 – 1961

[NI03596] Mrs. Minetta Veinot, widow of Hibbert B. Veinot, passed away at the Fishermen's Memorial Hosptial on Thursday, December 28th at the age of 87. In uncertain health, the end came unexpectedly. Mrs. Veinot was known as Gramma Hibble by many. She had a retiring nature but was always ready to lend a helping hand to those who needed her. Her quiet, dignity was a constant inspiration to family and friends. Mrs. Veinot usually spent the winter months with her son James, Mahone Bay but this year she was with her daughter Ida (Mrs. Harold Langille) at Northwest. She was one of the oldest members of St. James Church and attended church until October; she was very devoted to her family, church and a faithful member of the Women's Institute, Blockhouse. Surviving are four daughters, Edith (Mrs. Charles F. Joudrey), Bridgewater; Gertrude (Mrs. Fred Begin) Mahone Bay; Ida (Mrs. Harold Langille) Northwest; Pauline, on the Teaching Staff, Lunenburg Academy; four sons, Robert, Hantsport; Harry, Blockhouse; James, Mahone Bay; John, Somerville, Mass.; 27 grandchildren; 47 great grandchildren; 9 great, great grandchildren; a number of nieces and nephews. A son George and infant Stephen predeceased her; on sister Flo (Mrs. Eben Mader, Cambridge, Mass. Funeral service was held at St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay on Sunday, December 31st at 2:30 p.m. with Rev. Harry Corbin officiating, preceded by family prayers at Freeman's Funeral Home. Interment in Blockhouse Cemetery. (hand written on obituary - 1961)


Rosemary Rafuse

[NI03599] St. Martin's Anglican Cemetery
VEINO
George Wellington Veino - Oct. 20, 1899 - June 29, 1952
[s/o Hibbert B. & Minetta]
Grace E. (w/o George) - June 1, 1907 - Dec. 24, 1981

The family and friends of George W Veino were shocked to hear of his
sudden passing at his home in Somerville, Mass, on June 29th, at the age
of 52 years. He was the son of Mrs Hibbert Veinot and the late Mr Veinot
of Blockhouse. Mourning the loss of a devoted husband and father, are
his wife, the former Grace Boehner of Martin's River, N.S. Two sons,
Earl in the American Army; Donald; and one daughter Evelyn ay home.
Also his mother, four brothers and four sisters, Robert, Hantsport;
John, Cambridge, Mass; Harry and James, Blockhouse; Mrs Charles Joudrey
(Edith), Fauxbourg; Mrs Harold Langille (Ida), Northwest; Mrs Fred Begin
(Gertie), New York; and Pauline on the teaching staff of the Lunenburg
Academy. The funeral will be held from St Martin's Church of England,
Martin's River, on Saturday afternoon, July 5th. (LPE of Wed, Jul 2
1952, pg 8)

[NI03601] JAMES L. VEINOT - Jan 15, 1989

VEINOT, James L. - 85, Mahone Bay, died Sunday at home. Born in Blockhouse, Lunenburg County, he was a son of the late Hibbert and Minetta (Silver) Veinot. He was a veteran of the Second World War, serving overseas with the West Nova Scotia Regiment. He was a life member and past president of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 49, Mahone Bay. He was also a member of St. James Anglican Church. He is survived by his wife, the former Carey Hiltz-Bailey; two stepdaughters, Miriam Jean ( Mrs. Paul Tanner), Oakland; Mary Ann ( Mrs. Donald Smith), Bridgewater; a sister, Pauline, Blockhouse; five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by three sisters, Gerie, Ida, Edith; four brothers, John, George, Robert, Harry. The body is in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay, visiting 2-9 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Rod Gillis officiating. Burial in Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse. Donations may be made to any charity.

[NI03604] VEINOT, Carey Linden (1904-1999) - The angel of death claimed the life of Carey Linden Veinot suddenly on February 28, 1999, at South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, with her loving family by her side. Born November 7, 1904, she was a daughter of the late Harry and Eva (Eisnor) Hiltz. She was a devoted and loving mother and grandmother. She had taught in numerous schools throughout Lunenburg County, retiring from the Mahone Bay School in 1965 after 18 years of service. She was a member of St. James' Anglican Church, Mahone Bay. She is survived by daughters, Miriam Jean (Mrs. Paul Tanner), Oakland; Mary Ann (Mrs. Donald Smith), Mahone Bay; sisters, Daisy (Mrs. Havelock Haughn), Shandaken, N.Y.; Jean (Mrs. Duncan MacDonald), Waterford, Ont.; Phyllis (Mrs. Enos Nauss), Mahone Bay; Doris (Mrs. Ole Remmie), Purcells Cove; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild. She was predeceased by her first husband, Donald Bailey; second husband, James L. Veinot; sister, Lily Wile; brothers, Paul Hiltz and Keith Hiltz; grandson, Linden Tanner; great-grandson, Joshua Veinotte. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. today in Mahone Funeral Home, 32 Parish St., Mahone Bay. Funeral service will be held 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in St. James' Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Linda Macdonald officiating. Burial will be in Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse. Memorial donations may be made to St. James' Anglican Church, Canadian Diabetes Association or any other charity.

[NI03605] Tuesday, September 23, 1913 Bridgewater Bulletin

Mrs Elizabeth Veinot, wife of the late W. E. Veinot, of this town,
passed away peacefully, Wednesday morning, Sept. 17th at the age of
seventy-one. Mrs Veinot was born in the year 1842 and was the daughter
of the late Frederick Crouse of Conqueral Bank. Some forty-five years
ago, she was married to the late William Enos Veinot and took up her
residence in Bridgewater, where she has ever since resided.
Some months ago she became afflicted by a painful malady which finally
caused her death. She is survived by three adopted children, Clara, wife
of Foster Norman of this town; Rose of Wakefield, Mass., and George of
this town.
Mrs Veinot was an exteemable lady of sterling character, possed of a
most charitable disposition and foremost in every good work. She was a
devout member of the Church of England.
In the death of Mrs Veinot and her late husband the community
sustains an imparable loss.

[NI03625] Harold C Eikle - Veteran, Alta - Harold C Eikle, 65, was buried in the United Church cemetery following funeral service. Born in Crousetown, Lunenburg County, he was the son of the late Mr and Mrs Edwin Eickle. He was an accomplished pianist, teaching privately to students in Nova Scotia and Veteran where he was an organist for several churches. He is survived by his wife Gladys who resides in Harristown, Ontario, (CH of Thu, Mar 3 1977, pg 29)

[NI03634] Arthur Robert Lavender 1996 Halifax Herald

Arthur Robert Lavender, 71, Aylesford, died July 23, 1996, in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Lapland, Lunenburg County, he was the son of the late Horace and Grace (Hatt) Lavender. He was employed with Mersey Paper for 17 years; an employee of LaHave Manor; did small electrical repairs and in recent years was a woodcarver specializing in birds and animals. Surviving are his wife, the former Sylvia Eikle; sons, Robert, Midhurst, Ontario; Ted, White Point, Queens County; sister, Colleen McGee, Truro; brother, Carl, Dartmouth; four grandchildren; nieces and nephews. He was predecease by brothers, Ronald, Freeman, Elwood, Cyril, Walter, Raymond; sisters, Mary, Lethia, Helen, Alice. Visitation 7-9 p.m. Friday, memorial service 2:00 p.m. Saturday, both in Warren T.Roop Funeral Home, Middleton, Rev. David Brewster officiating. Donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or Valley Christian Centre.

[NI03641] Mrs. Zipporah Jodrey, 88, widow of Albert of Lower Northfield, was buried in Maple Grove Cemetery following funeral service held in the Lutheran Church in West Northfield. Born in Lower Northfield, she was the daughter of the late Enos and Limina (Barry) Veinot. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Howard, New Jersey; and Mrs. Ivy Barry of Mass. (hand written on obit b. April 16, 1882 d. Sept. 22, 1970)"


Murray Jodries files

www.nsobits.ca

[NI03642] VEINOT, Letitia Naomi - 99, Blockhouse, passed away peacefully, Wednesday, November 16, 2005, in Harbour View Haven Home for Special Care, Lunenburg. Letitia was born December 17, 1905, and lived her entire life in Blockhouse, the daughter of the late Enos and Alice (Ernst) Langille. She was a faithful member of St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, where over the years she was a member of the Blockhouse Guild and the Women's Institute. Her love of life, family, friends and the community at large, were so important to her. Letitia's quiet courage, strength of spirit, creativity and sense of humour will be carried forward by those who knew and loved her. She was a golden thread of love spun invisibly through all our hearts and lives. She is survived by her daughter, Viola and her husband Walter Scott, Oviedo, Fla.; brother, Orbin Langille, Blockhouse; grandchildren, Donald Eikle (Joan), Pine Grove; Deborah Thompson (Ron), Lapland; Bonnie Hirtle (Alan), Oviedo, Fla.; great-grandchildren, Brandi, Gregory, Clayton, Eric and Patrick, and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Harry; daughter, Beulah and husband Webster Eikle; sisters, Clara, Emily, Effie, Elva, Lottie and Charlotte, and brothers, Ozem, Allen, Orin, Lawrence and Robie. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, 11213 Highway 3, Lunenburg, with visitation Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A service celebrating Letitia's life will be held at 11 a.m. Monday in St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Ian Wissler officiating. Interment will be in Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse. Family flowers only, memorial donations may be made to St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse, or Harbour View Haven, Lunenburg. www.sweenyfuneralhome.ca

[NI03650] She may also be found as Louisa Rosebud Oikle,born April 12, 1873 as she was born before parents were married in October 03, 1892

[NI03659] OIKLE (Veinotte), Gertrude Lyle - 95, Nesconset, N.Y., died August 2, 1996, in Nesconset. Born at Dalhousie Road, Kings Co., she was the oldest child of the late James and Georgina (Gray) Veinotte. She, with her husband and two children, moved to New York state in 1926, and lived nearly 70 years in Smithtown, N.Y. Surviving are daughter, Edith (Mrs. Charles Buckheit), Smithtown; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; sisters, Lona Henley, Granville Ferry, Annapolis Co.; Elaine Daniels, Cataumet, Mass.; brother, Ronald, Pickering, Ont.; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Ettney; son, Louis; daughter, Madeline; a grandson; brothers, Everett, Ethan, Harold, Loraine, DeWayne. Funeral was held August 5 in Hawkins and Davis Funeral Home, Smithtown. Burial was in Hauppauge Rural Cemetery.

[NI03660] Died as the result of an accident July 07 1918 age 12 yrs.

[NI03662] Louis L. Oikle 1976
Louis L. Oikle, 57, of Lake Ronkonkoma, a former Smithtown resident since 1926, died December 16, at Smithtown General Hospital. He was born in Nova Scotia, May 29, 1919, and was a storekeeper at the Northport Veterans Hospital.
Mr. Oikle served his country during World War II in the United States Army. He received the American Defense Service Medal, the European, African, Middle Eastern Service Medal, the good conduct medal with bronze service arrowhead. He was a member of the James Ely Miller American Legion Post,
Smithtown. His wife, Olga (Bodell) Oikle and his sister, Madeline O. (Mrs. Adam Schubert) predeceased him.
Surviving are his parents, Mr .and Mrs. Ettney E. Oikle of Hauppauge; a sister, Edith (Mrs. Charles J. ) Buckheit of Smithtown; two nieces and five nephews.
Prayer services were held December 19 at R.B. Hawkins Funeral Home. The Rev. Wilbert T. Bradley, pastor of the Hauppauge United Methodist Church conducted funeral service December 20. Burial took place in Long Island
National Cemetery, Pinelawn.

RR

[NI03666] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 02/19/99
Category: News
Page: D13


HENLEY, Lona Madeline - 84, Lake May, Annapolis Co., died February 18, 1999, in Annapolis Community Health Centre, Annapolis Royal. Born in East Dalhousie, Kings Co., she was a daughter of the late James and Georgia Veinotte. She was a retired school teacher having taught in various communities in Nova Scotia. She was a member of Northfield United Baptist Church. Surviving are daughter, Glendean (Mrs. Bruce Gates), South Milford; son, Kenneth, Lawrencetown; three grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; sister, Elaine Daniels, Cape Cod, Mass.; brother, Ronald, Ontario. She was predeceased by her husband, Ralph; son, Ronald; sister, Gertie; brothers, Dwayne, Ethan, Everett, Lorraine. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today, funeral 2 p.m. Saturday, both in Robert L. Hall Funeral Home and chapel, Annapolis Royal, Rev. Mark Shaw officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or any charity.

[NI03692] died of diphtheria

[NI03698] died of diphtheria

[NI03726] Halifax Chronicle-Herald Library (CD)
Author: Index 1961-1992/Vitals 1992 -1999
01-17-64
Veino, Robert Windsor

[NI03727] VEINOT, Pauline M. - 86, Blockhouse, Lunenburg County, died June 28, 1994, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Blockhouse, she was a daughter of the late Hibbert and Minetta (Silver) Veinot. She was a member of St. James' Anglican Church, where she was a choir member for over 65 years and was presented a plaque to commemorate this by Rt. Rev. George Arnold. She was past member of St. James vestry; past church treasurer and former Sunday school superintendent for 34 years and had been heavily involved in many aspects of church service. She had been a school teacher for 40 years, teaching at Indian Point, Blandford, Martins River, Windsor Road, Chester and the last 23 years at Lunenburg Elementary before retiring in 1969. Her 17 years of service to Anglican Young People was rewarded by life membership in AYPA. She was an executive member of Diocesan Council of Anglican Youth Camps for 20 years and director of the camps for much of this time. Her knowledge of the camp program shows in the history she wrote at the conclusion of her service. Studying painting under Mary Goodell and June Olsen, she won a proficiency certificate and for 10 years, headed the South Shore Art Group. For 10 years, she was Blockhouse correspondent for the Bridgewater Bulletin, which resulted in the column Those Were The Days. She was a member of Princess Louise Rebekah Lodge, serving as noble grand and in almost all other offices over the span of 60 years; past president of Blockhouse Women's Institute and past director of devotion for Anglican Church Women. She was affiliated with 4-H Garment Club; chaplain of Royal Canadian Legion Auxiliary, Branch 49, Mahone Bay; member of Mahone Bay and Area Cancer Society and Fishermen's Memorial Hospital Ladies Auxiliary. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. She is survived by several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by three sisters, Edith, Gertrude, Ida; five brothers, Robert, Harry, George, James, John. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Friday in Mahone Funeral Home, where a lodge service will be 7:30 p.m. Friday. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Saturday in St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Carolyn Tomlin officiating. Burial will be in Old Blockhouse Cemetery. Donations may be made to St. James Anglican Church or any charity.

[NI03731] Indian Brook Cemetery

VEINOT
Nina Hattie 1881-1970

Mrs. Nina Veinot 1970 Bridgewater Bulletin

Mrs. Nina Hattie Veinot, 88, passed away at the home of her son, Richard, in New Germany, on August 10th, 1970, following a stroke of the previous week.
Born at The Ovens, Lunenburg County, she was the daughter of Josiah and Letitia Zinck. She was a member of New Germany United Church.
Surviving are two daughters, Grace (Mrs. Gordon Hampton), Winnipeg; Evelyn (Mrs.Donald Nauss), New Germany; three sons, Albert and Richard, New Germany; Joseph, Lawrencetown; and a step-sister, Mabel (Mrs. Allister Hubley), New Germany.
Funeral service was held Thursday, August 13th, at Langille's Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. James Crooks of New Germany United Church officiating. Hymns sung were "Peace, Perfect Peace" and "All the Way My Saviour Leads Me."
The pall bearers were Crosfield Bell, Harold Veinot, Edwin Fancy, Douglas Morton, Waldo Morton, and Robert Silver. Interment was in Indian Brook Cemetery.

RR

[NI03733] VEINOT, Hilda Evangeline - 74, Lawrencetown, died April 28, 1995, in Soldier's Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in West Northfield, Lunenburg Co., she was the eldest daughter of the late Angus and Alma (Woodworth) Bruhm. She was a member of the New Horizon Club, Lawrencetown. Surviving are daughters, Lillian (Mrs. Burnley Nickerson), Lindsay, Ont.; Carolyn Veinot, Joan (Mrs. Sheldon Bisson), Lower Sackville; Brenda (Mrs. Glen Crouse), Wilmot; sons, Vernon, Clarence; Mervin, Saugus, Mass.; David, Deerfield, Yarmouth Co; Garnet, Beaconsfield; sisters, Grace (Mrs. Robert Zwicker), New Cornwall; Phyllis (Mrs. Doran Corkum), Kingston; Mrs. Freda Whynot, Danesville; Mrs. Ola Whynot, Middlewood; Pearl (Mrs. Harry Thretheway), New Germany; Shirley (Mrs. Lewis Tanner), Dayspring; brothers, Gerald, Percy, Randolph, West Northfield; 19 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Joseph; daughter, Louise; an infant grandson; sisters, Vivian, Betty; brother, Warren. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday, funeral 2 p.m. Monday in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home, Middleton, Rev. Dr. Philip Griffin-Allwood officiating. Burial in Fairview Cemetery, Lawrencetown. In lieu of flowers, donations to Soldier's Memorial Hospital memorial fund.

[NI03738] Bridgewater Bulletin 2/6/2002

Lester Eugene Veinotte 79, of West Northfield, passed away November 24, 2001 in the QE II Health Sciences Center, Infirmary Site, Halifax. Born in West Northfield on July 9, 1922, he was a son of the late Perlie Wilson and Flossie Blanche (Zinck) Veinotte. He was a veteran of the Second World War and a life member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 24 in Bridgewater. He was the founder and past owner of Veinotte’s Chainsaw Sales and Service; L.E. Veinotte and Sons Ltd, Well Drilling and Victoria Ridge, formerly Trailer City in Wileville. He was the first chief of the Northfield District Fire Department, which began in 1947. He was a member of St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, West Northfield, and served as warden and on Parish Councils; member and past president of Lunenburg County Christmas Tree Association; Nova Scotia Well Drillers Association and past executive; NS Manufacturers Housing Association Executive; Progressive Conservative Party of Lunenburg County and past executive; Antiquity Preceptory; Scottish Rite; Philae Shrine, Treasurer and Past President; Acacia Lodge, Bridgewater; and Norwood Lodge, New Ross; Royal Arch Masons; Royal Order of Jesters Court 155. He is survived by his wife Pauline Vivian (Langille); sons, Eugene (Lana); Bruce (Heather), all of West Northfield; daughter Rev. Catherine (Foard) Robar, Meisner’s Section; grandchildren, Andy, Anne, Angela, Bryce, Robyne, Mark, Sarah, John; great-grandchildren, Alexander, Bronson, Jay, Timothy, Haley and Kelsey; a sister, Margaret (Laird) Arenburg, Truro. He was predeceased by his brothers, William, Clarence, Ervin and Elwood in infancy. Visitation will be held Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. with a Masonic Lodge Service being held at 6:15 p.m., followed by a Legion Tribute Service at 7 p.m. all in Sweeny’s Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday in St, Andrew’s Anglican Church, West Northfield, with Rev. Gloria McClure-Fraser officiating. Burial will follow in the Maple Grove Cemetery, West Northfield. Family flowers by request. Donations may be made to the South Shore Shrine Club, or St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, RR#2 New Germany, NS, B0R 1E0, through the funeral home or at www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI03744] HENDRIKSON, Gwendolyn Elizabeth (Sis) - 76, Dorchester, N.B., died May 14, 1997, at the home of her niece in Dartmouth. Born at Mahone Bay, she was a daughter of the late Frederick and Sarah (Veinot) Begin. She was a member of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 16, Dorchester, and the ladies auxiliary. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Surviving are son, Stefan Slauenwhite, White Rock, B.C.; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, John P.; sisters, Kathleen, Barbara; brothers, Richard, Robert, Edward, David. Cremation has taken place under the direction of T.K. Barnard Funeral Home, Bedford. Memorial service 3 p.m. Wednesday in Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Dorchester, Rev. Kevin Stockall officiating. Burial at a later date in Mahone Bay. Family flowers only. Donations to Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Dorchester.

[NI03749] HENNIGAR (MacDonald), Bertha Mae - 81, Aalders Avenue, New Minas, died December 9, 1997, in QEII Health Sciences Centre, Infirmary Site. Born in Lake Paul, Kings Co., she was a daughter of the late Rupert and Laura (Lutz) Joudrey. She was a member of St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Kentville, and served as president of the Catholic Women's League for several years, local and diocesan. She had served as vice-president of the Provincial Council of the Catholic Women's League. She was a member of Minas Fifty Plus Seniors Group, New Minas. Surviving are her second husband, Wendall Hennigar; daughter, Louise (Mrs. Fred Hockley), Centreville, Kings Co.; sons, Vincent and Michael MacDonald, Penticton, B.C.; Allan MacDonald, Lethbridge, Alta.; Laverne (Mac) MacDonald, Lower Sackville; John MacDonald, Kentville; stepdaughters, Mrs. Theo MacFarlane, Kentville; Dawn (Mrs. Doug Coldwell), Delhaven; Mary Ann (Mrs. Aubrey Dakin), Bridgewater; stepsons, Owen (Cookie) Hennigar, Wolfville; Terry Hennigar, Greenwich, Kings Co.; sisters, Mrs. Dora Lutz, Nicholsville; Mrs. Ruby Rawding, Millville; Nina (Mrs. Cecil Veinot), Parker Road, Kings Co.; 20 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her first husband, Mike MacDonald; sisters, Annie, Ella, Marie, Gertrude; brothers, Frank, Frederick, Vance. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Friday, prayers 2 p.m. Friday, both in W.C. Hiltz Funeral Parlour, Kentville. Funeral 10 a.m. Saturday in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Kentville, Rev. Albeni d'Entremont officiating. Cremation to follow. Burial at a later date in Holy Cross Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations to St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church building fund or any charity.

[NI03752] NAAS, Kathleen Vera - 57, Newburne, Lunenburg Co., died November 30, 1997, in Fi shermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Walden, she was a daughter of th e late Samuel and Margaret (Joudrey) Zinck. She was a member of Transfiguration Anglican Church, where she sang in the choir. Surviving are her husband, Paul; s ons, Brent, Walden; Kelly, Upper Branch; brother, Allister, Walden; a grandson. She was predeceased by son, Troy; brothers, Nelson in infancy, Stewart. Visitati on 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Langilles Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. We dnesday in Transfiguration Anglican Church, Newburne, Rev. Gloria McClure-Fraser officiating. Burial in St. Matthew's Cemetery, Newburne. Donations to Transfiguration Anglican Church or the family.

[NI03756] Elsie May Daniels 1983 Bridgewater Bulletin

Elsie May Daniels, 71, of North River, passed away January 23, 1983, at the Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg, after a lengthy illness.
Born in Dalhousie, she was the daughter of the late Obie and Hattie (Veinot) Acker.
Surviving are two daughters, Irene (Mrs. Bruce Feindel), Bridgewater; and Sheila (Mrs. Keith Smicer), Bridgewater; five sisters, Wilma (Mrs. Albert Robar), Lake Paul; Gladys Weagle, Spryfield; Alma (Mrs. Ralph Bezanson), Kingston; Daphne (Mrs. Allison Tupper), Aylesford; and Audrey (Mrs. Lemuel Lohnes), New Germany; five brothers, Murry and Cecil, both of Aylesford; Lyman, Kingston; Owen, Middleton; and Lloyd, Greenwood; and one grandchild, Pattie Feindel, Bridgewater.
She was predeceased by her husband, Alonzo; one daughter, Helen; three sisters, Merna, Violet, and Ernestine; two brothers, Harold and Eldie.
Funeral services were held on Tuesday, January 25,1983, in the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, New Germany, Rev.Gus Gustafson officiating. Hymns sung were "Peace, Perfect Peace" and "Amazing Grace." She was laid to rest in the church cemetery.

RR

[NI03760] The Chronicle Herald Thursday April 20, 2006

FEINDEL, Irene L. - 77, Bridgewater, passed away peacefully April 15, 2006, after a lengthy illness in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in North River, Lunenburg Co., she was a daughter of the late Alonzo and Elsie (Veinot) Daniels. She is survived by daughter, Patti (Frank) Hamacher, Germany; granddaughters, Shana and Stephanie; sister, Sheila (Keith) Smicer, Bridgewater. She was predeceased by her husband, Bruce W.; sister, Helen Lohnes. A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Friday in Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Bridgewater, Father Ron Appleton officiating. No flowers or visitation by request. Memorial donations may be made to Kidney Foundation of Canada, Nova Scotia Branch, or a charity of your choice. Funeral entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater, where on-line condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI03761] Father (Spike)

[NI03765] Thursday, June 15, 2000 The Halifax Herald Limited

VEINOT, Violet Guelda - 79, Aylesford, died June 14, 2000, in Grand View Manor, Berwick. Born in Springfield, she was a daughter of the late Wilbert and Gertrude (Acker) Zinck. She was a member of Springfield Baptist Church. Surviving are daughters, Ruth (Mrs. Ronald Aalders), Coldbrook; Geneva (Mrs. Lewis Naugler), Nictaux Falls; sons, David, Aylesford; Dale (Kay), Kingston; Hartley (Myrna) and Wade (Faye), both of Aylesford; brothers, Oran, New Germany; Donald, Springfield; 16 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; many nephews and nieces, especially Moreen. She was predeceased by her husband, Harold; grandson, Eugene Veinot; sisters, Audrey, Damie; brother, Lamont; half-brother, Perry Acker. Visiting 7-9 p.m. today in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home, Middleton. Funeral service 2 p.m. Friday in Springfield Baptist Church, Rev. Bill McLeod officiating. Burial in Springfield Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations to Valley Regional Hospital Foundation, Kentville, Grand View Manor, Berwick or charity of choice.

[NI03766] Halifax Herald 29 Sept 1967 pg 14

WILBER ZINCK, 77, Lake Pleasant, was buried following a funeral service at Springfield United Church Baptist Church with Rev. Perley N. Lidd officiating. Son of the late Mr. & Mrs. Rufus Zinck, he is survived by his wife, the former Bessie Whynot; three sons, Lamont, Oran & Donald all of Lake Pleasant; three daughters, Damie, Truro; Violet, ( Mrs. Harold Veinot), Toronto; Mrs. Aubrey Maelman, Nictaux; and two sisters, Mrs. Willy Simpson, Simpson Corner;& Mrs. Flossie Simpson, Middleton.
Interment was in New Albany Cemetery.

[NI03767] Mrs Gertrude Acker - The death of Mrs Gertrude Acker of Lake Pleasant occurred at the D.M. Hospital, Bridgewater, early on Thursday morning Nov 14, 1968
Although Mrs Acker had been in failing health for some months past, she had been mostly tenderly cared for in the home by her granddaughter, Maureen Grant, and had been only taken to hospital on tuesday evening.
Born in Lake Pleasant 77 years ago she was a daughter of the late Joseph and Angeline (Woodworth) Acker
Mrs Acker is survived by fours sons, Perry, LaMont, Oran and Donald, all of Lake Pleasant, and three daughters, Damie, Mrs Emerson Pearl of Truro; Mrs Audrey Mailman of Nictaux and Violet, Mrs Harold Veinot of Galt Ontario. There are 32 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Also surviving are two brothers, Caleb of Lake Pleasant and Austin of Kentville, and one sister, Mrs Bessie Zinck of Lake Pleasant

[NI03768] VEINOTTE, Nina Mildred — 84, Fac­torydale, Kings Co., passed away on Tuesday, March 30, 2010, in Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Lake Paul, Kings Co., she was a daughter of the late Rupert and Laura (Lutz) Joudrey. Nina had worked at Howard’s Service Station, Morristown, M. W. Graves Ltd., Berwick, and Scotian Gold, Coldbrook. She enjoyed camping and knitting. Nina was devoted to her family and many friends. Surviving are her loving husband of 65 years, Cecil E. Veinotte, Factorydale; children, Rex (Darlene), Black Rock; Harvey (Darlene), Burlington; Wanda (Skip), Kingston; Ann (David), Aylesford; Don (Margaret), Somerset; Joy (Emerson), Factorydale; 11 grand­children; 15 great-grandchildren; three great great-grandchildren; sis­ter, Ruby Rawding, Grand View Ma­nor, Berwick; several nieces and nephews. Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her children, Lawrence, Milton and Ruby Ann; brothers, Frank, Fred and Vance Joudrey; sisters, Marie Patterson, Ella Tupper, Bertha MacDonald-Hennigar, Annie Keddy and Dora Lutz. Visitation for Nina will take place 7-9 p.m., today in H.C. Lindsay Funeral Home, 192 Com­mercial St., Berwick, NS, B0P 1E0 (902-538-9900), where the funeral service will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, April 3, Pastor Tim Bigelow officiat­ing. Interment in East Dalhousie United Baptist Cemetery at a later date. Family flowers only. Donations in her memory may be made to Lake Paul Substation of the Aylesford and Dis­trict Fire Department. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting: www.lindsayfuneralhome.ca

[NI03776] Obit: The Halifax Herald
Wilma L. Robar
Lake Paul - Wilma Lavinia Robar, 77, Lake Paul, Kings County, died Friday, May 8,1987, at Blanchard Fraser Memorial Hospital, Kentville. Born in North River, Lunenburg County, she was a daughter of the late Obie and Hattie (Feindel) Acker. She was a member of St. Crypians Anglican Church, Dalhousie. She is survived by her husband, Albert; a son, Paul, Lake Paul; a daughter, Winnie, Lake Paul; two half-brothers, Cecil Veinotte, Factorydale; Lyman Veinotte, Kingston; three half-sisters, Daphne (Mrs. Allison Tupper), Factorydale; Aydrey (Mrs. Lemmy Lohnes), New Germany; Alma (Mrs. Ralph Bezanson), Kingston; 11 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by a daughter, Marjorie; four brothers, Lloyd, Owen, Eldon, Harold; five sisters, Ernestine, Myrna, Elsie, Gladys, Violet. The body rested in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick. Funeral service was held Tuesday, May 12, in St. Crypians Anglican Church, Rev. Gordon Neish officiating, with burial in the church cemetery. Donations mat be made to Canadian Cancer Society or Canadian Diabetes Association

[NI03779] St .John's Anglican Cemetery, New Germany

VEINOT
Hibbert 1858-1949
Henrietta Jodrey 1860-1935

Hibbert Veinot 1949 Bridgewater Bulletin

The residents of Simpson's Corner were shocked and saddened by the tragic death of Hibbert Veinot, whose death occurred on Monday afternoon, February 21, when fire completely destroyed his home. Mr. Veinot, who resided with his two sons, was alone when the fire was discovered at 2 o'clock. His charred remains were found in what had been the porch of the home. Mr. Veinot was the oldest resident of Simpson's Corner, having passed his 90th. year in July, 1948. He was highly respected and was a good neighbour and citizen. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fabien Veinot of Hemford. Surviving are four sons, Alex and Howard, with whom he resided; Dimock, West Dalhousie; and Clayton, Simpson's Corner; one daughter, Olivia, Mrs. Reginald Hyson, Simpson's Corner; and a brother, Joseph Veinot of Nineveh. There are 22 grandchildren and 43 great grandchildren. He was a member of the United Church. The funeral services were held on Thursday morning at the Union Church, Simpson's Corner, conducted by the pastor, Rev .S.G. MacQueen,
who delivered a comforting message to the sorrowing family and a large gathering of friends, fro mthe text St.John 14:2 "In my Father's house are many mansions." Hymns sung were "Unto The Hills" and "Rock of Ages." Pall-bearers were Lester Hyson, Dennis Nass, Stanley Hyson, and Charles Emino. The floral offerings were beautiful, testifying to the high esteem in which he was held by his relatives and friends. Interment was made in the family plot in Riverside Cemetery. Deepest sympathy is extended to the
bereaved family.

RR

[NI03780] Mrs. Hibbert Veinot 1935 Bridgewater Bulletin

There passed away at her home here on Thursday morning, January 10th, Mrs. Hibbert Veinot of Simpson's Corner, after an illness of about five years, at the age of 73 years and 9 months. Her death came as a shock to her family and friends. She was before her marriage Henrietta Jodrey of New Germany.
She leaves to mourn a sorrowing husband and two daughters- Susie, Mrs. Charles Drew of New Germany; Leavy, Mrs. Reginald Hyson of Simpson's Corner; four sons- Clayton and Alex, Simpson's Corner; Howard and Dimock, now at home; one daughter, (Florence) Mrs. James Woodworth, predeceased her some years ago. She is also survived by one sister, Ellie, Mrs. Neily Falkenham, Barss Corner; and a brother, Alex.Jodrey, Stanley Section; 24 grandchildren and one great grandchild.
The funeral services were conducted at the home, church, and cemetery of New Germany by Rev.Colin MacRae. The pall bearers were Esli Woodworth, Ham Deamond, James Zwicker, and Lester Hyson.

RR

[NI03782] Friday, October 5, 2001 The Halifax Herald Limited


MELDRUM, Ernest Calvin - 94, Porters Lake, died October 3, 2001, in Braeside Nursing Home, Middle Musquodoboit. Born in Cherryfield, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Solomon and Alda (Wagner) Meldrum. He was a long-time resident of Porters Lake and he lived in Aylesford for most of his young life. Before retiring he operated the Fina Service Station, Lake Echo. He is survived by daughter, Myrtle (Donald) MacRoberts; sons, Donald (Lorraine) Meldrum, David Meldrum; brother, Paul; sister, Lillian Brown; 13 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; three great great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by wife, Violet (Veinot); son, Brian; brothers, Edgar, Ford, Owen, Harold, Gerald, Steven; sister, Edna. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Rowlings Funeral Home, Musquodoboit Harbour. Funeral service 2 p.m. Saturday, October 6, in St. David's Church, Lake Echo. Burial will be in Dartmouth Memorial Gardens, Westphal. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to Braeside Nursing Home, Middle Musquodoboit.

[NI03783] ROBAR
Albert Maurice 1906-1989
Wilma Levine 1909-1987 (Acker)
Father:
Josiah Freeman 1862-1939

ROBAR
Pearl 1925
Ethel 1926
Clarence 1927
Infant children of Albert and Wilma

[NI03787] Tuesday, January 26, 1932 Bridgewater Bulletin
Mrs William Jodrey
NEW GERMANY, Jan 18 - Mrs William Jodrey, aged 26 years, Newburn, died
at her home on Tuesday, following a lengthy illness caused by
tuberculosis. The deceased was formerly Miss Georgina Porter Lewis of
River Hebert, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Lewis. Surviving are her
husband, two sons, William, Jr., and Harold, aged 4 and 6 years; mother,
sisters, Mrs N. H. Barkhouse, Mahone Bay, Margaret, Hattie, River Hebert
; brothers, Frank and Harry, River Hebert. The deceased, who lived at
Newburn, the past two years, was a consistent Christian, a member of the
Baptist Church. The funeral took place on Thursday, Rev Wallace
MacWalker, Barss Corner, conducting the service.

[NI03807] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 03/05/94
Category: News
Page: D20


HENLEY, Ronald D. - 61, Northfield, Queens County, died March 3, 1994, in Queens General Hospital, Liverpool. Born in Maitland Bridge, he was the son of Lona M. (Veinot) Henley, Northfield and the late Ralph Henley. He was a maintenance worker with Northwood Centre, Halifax for 12 years until retiring in 1989 due to ill health. He is survived by his sister, Glendeen (Mrs. Bruce Gates), South Milford, Annapolis County; brother, Kenneth, Northfield. Visitation will be 1-5 p.m. today only in Chandlers' Funeral Home, Liverpool. Funeral will be 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Northfield United Baptist Church, Northfield, Rev. Clarence Clarke officiating. Burial will be in Northfield Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society.

[NI03818] Tiport Joshua M Head M Jul 17 1841 60
Tiport Soprah F Wife M Aug 11 1848 52

Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Springfield, ANNAPOLIS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:26
Subdistrict Number:b(1)
Archives Microfilm:T-6447

Don Shankles BDM
DIEBERT Joshua B 1842-06-22 1842-11-26 SJAL Michael & Maria

[NI03820] "VIENOT","Mary Matilda","B","1839-02-22","1839-06-28","SJAL","Nicholas & Eliz",,

[NI03821] Silver Cyrus M Head M Nov 11 1830 70
Silver Matilda F Wife M Feb 22 1839 62
Silver Lemuel M Son M Mar 4 1880 21
Silver Lilly F Wife M Sep 27 1880 20


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Barss Corner, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:b
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

[NI03822] "VIENOT","John","B","1841-04-08","1841-05-28","SJAL","Nicholas & M Eliz",,

John Veino, died 22 Jul 1927, age 86 yearsSweetlandCommunity

[NI03824] "VIENOT","Sophia Eliz","B","1843-08-18","1843-09-23","SJAL","Nicholas & Maria E",,

"VIENOT","Sophia Eliz","D","1871-08-19","married","LCO","d/Nicholas Vienot & Eliz","28y","New Canada dropsy"

[NI03826] "VIENOT","Thomas Solomon","B","1848-09-17","1849-09-04","MBA","Nicholas & Maria Eliz",,"Thos & Eliz Foener"

[NI03828] Alma Pricetta Joudrey d/o Valentine Joudrey &Louise Barry was raised by Nathan and Christianna (Meisner) Veinot, s/o Nicholas & Maria Eliz Vienot

"VIENOT","Nathan","B","1851-03-08","1851-07-18","MBA","Nicholas & Maria Eliz",,"John & Eleanor Vienot"

[NI03829]
Christiana Veinotte- New Germany, Jan. 6 - The death of Mrs. Nathan Veinotte, Pinehurst, aged 79 years, occurred following an illness of five years. The deceased, who, before her marriage, was Miss Christiana Meisner, was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Meisner and was born at "The Ovens", Lunenburg. Surviving are her husband, two adopted daughters, Mrs. Alma Penney, Worcester, Mass.; Miss Ida Young at home; three brothers, Stephen, Cherryfield; Jeffrey and Samuel, New Germany; four sisters, Mrs. Cassie Deal, Meisner's; Mrs. Martha Conrad, New Germany; Mrs. Sarah Grimm and Mrs. John Morrison, Springfield. Another sister, Mrs. Joshua Tipert, New Germany, died a year ago, and a brother, William, of Meisner's Section, died some years ago. The funeral was held on Friday afternoon, at Pinehurst United Church with Rev. Colin MacRae officiating. Interment was made at Pinehurst cemetery. An adopted daughter, Mrs. Alma Penney, who was called here by the sickness and death of her foster mother, arrived here on Friday. She unfortunately could not make connections to be here for the funeral service. (hand written on obituary - 1934)


MEISNER Cath Christina B 1855-07-13 1856-01-03 ZLL Jacob & Eva Benj Beringer & wife


Rosemary Rafuse

www.nsobits.ca

[NI03830] "VIENOT","Selina Cath","B","1853-02-18","1853-08-21","MBA","Nicholas & Eliz",,

Lakeside Cemetery, New Canada

JODREY
J. Alfred 1845-1914
Selena G. 1853-1947
Effie Geraldine 1890-1908

Mrs.Selena Jodrey 1947 Bridgewater Bulletin

Mrs. Selena Jodrey, one of the oldest and highly respected residents of Branch LaHave, passed to her eternal rest on Thursday, March 6th, after an illness resulting from a fall on October 4, 1944, which caused her since that time to be confined to her bed. During this period, which she bore with great patience and fortitude, she was tenderly cared for by her daughter-in-law, Celia. At the advanced age of 94 on February 18, she was still of the same jovial disposition , which had endeared her to both young and old, and she still enjoyed having her friends, which were many, call to see her. She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Veinot, and was born in Northfield. Her husband, Alfred Jodrey, predeceased her 32 years ago, also her only daughter, Effie and two sons, Amos and Arthur. Surviving are two sons, Wallace of Stanburne and Urban of Branch LaHave, with whom she resided; one brother, Amos Veinot of East Dalhousie; eight grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Stanley G. MacQueen, of the United Church, of which deceased was a member, on Saturday afternoon, March 8. A short service and hymn,"Abide With Me" was held at the home, after which the funeral cortege proceeded to the Baptist Church, New Canada, where a comforting message was delivered from her favourite text,"Many are called but few are chosen." Hymns sung were "Rock of Ages," "Good Night Here and Good Morning Up There," and " Nearer My God to Thee."
Interment was in the family lot at Lakeside Cemetery, New Canada. The pall-bearers were her four grandsons, Raymond, Alfred, LeRoy, and George Jodrey.

RR

[NI03832] "VIENOT","Mary Antoinette","B","1855-05-07","1855-12-02","MBA","Nicholas & Maria E",,"Israel Lowe & wife & Mary Ann Vienot"

[NI03833] "LOWE","Edward & Eliz","James Elias","1853-06-27","1854-03-05","MBA","Maitland",,"B"

Lowe Elias M Head M Jul 17 1853 47
Lowe M.Antoinette F Wife M May 7 1855 45
Lowe Stewart A M Son S Dec 2 1878 22
Lowe Annie M F Daughter S Jul 14 1881 19
Hirtle Dean M Servant S Mar 22 1864 37
Veinot Elizabeth F Mother in Law W Apr 29 1814 86


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Dalhousie, KINGS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:36
Subdistrict Number:j
Archives Microfilm:T-6453

[NI03834] "VIENOT","Amos Joshua","B","1860-03-23","1861-06-30","MBA","John Nicholas & Mary Eliz",,"Jacob Mossman & wife Louisa"

[NI03850] VEINOTTE, Mary Louise — 82, of Aylesford, Kings Co., passed away on Wednesday, April 21, 2010, in Grand View Manor, Berwick. Born in Bethel, Me., she was a daughter of the late Fred and Grace (Crouse) Oickle. Mary moved to Nova Scotia when she was three years old. When Mary was younger she enjoyed picking blueber­ries, strawberries, beans and apples. Mary had worked at M.W. Graves Ltd., Berwick and Scotian Gold, Coldbrook for a short time. She mostly enjoyed babysitting in her home and loved children. Mary was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch No. 98, Kingston. She enjoyed going on trips, travelling and seeing different places. Mary loved animals and play­ing the piano. She enjoyed getting to­gether with family and playing bingo and going to card parties. Mary was the last surviving member of her im­mediate family. Surviving are daugh­ters, Dianne (Eric) McBride, Ayles­ford; Joanne (Robert Misner) Saul­nier, Auburn; grandchildren, Glen and Sherry Saulnier; Vicki and Kimberly McBride; seven great-grandchildren; and many friends whom she held close to her heart. Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Murray Veinotte; brothers, Paul and Bobby Oickle; sisters, Pauline McKay, Leola McKean. Visitation for Mary will take place 7-9 p.m., Saturday in H.C. Lindsay Funeral Home, 192 Com­mercial St., Berwick, NS B0P 1E0, (902-538-9900), from where the funer­al service will take place 2 p.m. Sun­day, April 25, Rev. Brian Wheaton offi­ciating, with burial in Morristown Cemetery. Donations in her memory may be made to Canadian Cancer So­ciety. A special thank you from the family to the staff at Grand View Ma­nor for their care and compassion shown to Mary. Condolences may be sent to the family at the funeral home address or by visiting: www.lindsayfuneralhome.ca

[NI03852] Mrs. (Fred) Grace Cora Oickle 1985

Family, relatives, and friends were deeply saddened on April 17, 1985, when Grace C. Oickle passed away at the Dawson Memorial Hospital. Although in poor health for some time, her death came as a profound shock to her relatives and friends.
She resided at 417 King Street, Bridgewater. The late Mrs. Oickle was born on June 12, 1901 at East Clifford, daughter of the late Stephen and Ida (Weagle) Crouse. She will be greatly missed by her family, relatives and friends.She leaves to mourn two sons, Paul, West Northfield; Cecil (Bobby), Pinehurst; three daughters, Mary (Mrs. Murray Veinotte), Aylesford; Leola (Mrs. Eugene McKean) and Pauline MacKay, Pinehurst; 20 grandchildren and 31 great grandchildren.She was predeceased by her husband Fred A. Oickle in 1949; five brothers, Ellard, Guy, Robert , Charlie, and Wallace; three sisters, Florence, Sadie and Laura; one grandchild, Rodger; two great grandchildren Mary MacKay and James McKean; son-in-law, Robert MacKay; daughters-in-law Julia and Lina
Oickle. She was the last remaining member of her family.
Funeral services were held from Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater, on Saturday, April 20, 1985, conducted by Rev. C.MacKenzie. Music was rendered by Mrs. Killam. Interment was in Pinehurst Community Cemetery.

Rosemary Rafuse

[NI03854] Mrs. Laura May Joudrey, 89, widow of Rupert Joudrey, of Millville, passed away at the WKM Hospital, Berwick, Sunday, Aug 1. Born at Aylesford, she was a daughter of the late William and Ella (Crocker) Lutz. She is survived by six daughters Dora (Mrs. Doran Lutz), Nicholsville; Annie (Mrs. Norman Keddy), Millville; Mrs. Ella Tupper, Nicholsville; Bertha (Mrs. Michael MacDonald), Kentville; Ruby (Mrs. Cecil Rawding), Millville; Nina (Mrs. Cecil Veinotte), Morristown; 47 grandchildren, 83 great grandchildren and 2 great, great grandchildren. Also surviving, two sisters Mrs. Ethel Joudrey, Waterville; Mrs. Norma Joudrey, Waterville; three brothers, Roy, Lake Paul; Mansford, Auburn; Lloyd, Aylesford. She was predeceased by her husband, three sons and two daughters. Funeral service was held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 from the Morristown Baptist Church, Rev. Nelson Metcalfe officiating. Interment in the Morristown Cemetery

[NI03858] Funeral service for the late Roy Gilbert Robar, aged 79, of North River, was held Sunday, April 30 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, North River, Rev. Rolf Meindl officiating. Mr. Robar passed away at Dawson Memorial Hospital, April 28. Born in North River, he was a son of the late Samuel and Amanda Robar. He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church and for the greater part of his life was employed as a laborer. Prior to his passing he resided with his daughter, Phyllis, (Mrs. Samuel MacDonald), Meisner's Section. The body rested at Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Winnifred (Daniels), three sisters, Mary, Ida and Leila, also two brothers, William and Angus. Left to mourn his passing are five daughters, Ruby (Mrs. Max Acker), North River; Elva (Mrs. Laurie DeMone), New Germany; Violet (Mrs. Lyman Veinot), Kingston; Phyllis (Mrs. Samuel MacDonald), Meisner's Section; and Gloria (Mrs. Cornelius Gabriel) Lake Paul. There are also 30 grandchildren and 25 great grandchildren. Pallbearers were six grandchildren, Ainsley Acker, Max Acker Jr., Michael Gabriel, Dexter Gabriel, Barry DeMone and LeRoy Hearn. Interment was at the New Germany Community Cemetery. Flowers were from the immediate family and donations made to St. Paul's Lutheran Church, North River. (hand written on obituary - 1978)

[NI03860] Ralph Hamlet Acker
Bear River-Ralph Hamlet Acker,71, of Bear River, Annapolis County, died
Friday March 18, 1979 in Middleton.
Born in Lake Pleasant, he was a son of the late David and Alice Acker.
He was a member of the Bear River Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion
and was a veteran of the second World War.
Surviving are four daughters, Jean (Mrs. James Deyotte),New Germany;
Mrs. Shirley Bezanson and Ruth (Mrs. Owen Veinotte), both of Middleton;
Joyce (Mrs. Harold Beals), Paradise; a son, Russell, Middleton; a
brother,Ernest, Middleton; 21 grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren. The body is at the Warren T. Roop Funeral Home,
Middleton where funeral will be Sunday at 2:30 p.m., Rev. David Smith
officiating. Burial will be in North Kingston cemetery. Donations may be
made to Miller Hospital, Kentville.





[NI03861] Obit: The Halifax Herald,
Violet Lillian Young
East Dalhousie - Violet Lillian Young, 70, of East Dalhousie, died Sunday , Oct. 26, 1986 in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Lake Ramsey, Lunenburg County, she was a daughter of the late Edward and Amy (Keddy) Bezanson. She is survived by her husband Roger; four daughters, Jean (Mrs. James Deyotte), Simpson's Corner; Joyce (Harold Beals), West Paradise; Ruth Veinotte, Middleton, and Shirley Bezanson, Toronto; a son, Russell, Middleton; a sister, Sarah (Mrs. James Bond), Elona, B.C.; two half-sisters; Elizabeth (Mrs. Clayton Joudrey), Lake Paul, and Beatrice (Mrs. Harold Arenburg), Waterville; two brothers, Ralph, Kingston, and Edgar, New Ross; two half-brothers, Albert, Dalhousie, and James, Morristown; 21 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by a sister, Pearl, two half-sisters, Etta and Elsie; two brothers, William and Harold, and a half-brother, Nelson. The body is in Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral service will be today at 10:30 A.M. in St. Crypians Anglican Church, East Dalhousie, Rev. Gordon Neish officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Donations may be made to the Nova Scotia Heart Foundation or the Canadian Diabetes Association.

[NI03862] Elizabeth (Betty) Vivien (Dorey) Veinotte:

Mrs. Lloyd Veinotte 52 of 12 Ward Road, Greenwood Nova Scotia; died Monday May 14 1984, at home.
Born in Bridgewater, she was the former Elizabeth (Betty) Vivien Dorey, a daughter of the late Simoen and Mae (Joudery) Dorey.
She is survived by her husband; Lloyd, a daughter; Darlene Warde both of Greenwood, N.S., six sisters, Daisy Sonnich, Bridgewater; Myrna Wile, Midville Branch; Phoebe Fancy and Evelyn (Mrs. Clyde) Fancy both of Middlewood; Hazel Grant, Toronto, Ont.; Linda Moggy, Manboulin, Ont.; four brothers; Allan, Eldon, Lloyd; all of Bridgewater, Clarence, Moncton, N.B.; and 2 grandchildren .
She was predeceased by a sister, Grace.
The body rested in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home, Middleton, N.S.
Funeral was held Thursday, May 17, 1984 from St. Cyprians Anglican Church, East Dalhousie, N.S., Rev. Gordon Neish officiating, with burial in church cemetery.
Donation may be made to any charity.

[NI03863] WHYNOT, Kerry Thomas - 90, Yarmouth, formerly of New Germany, died Sunday, November 17, 2002, in Yarmouth Regional Hospital. Born in New Germany, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Austin Harry and Laura Mae (Daniels) Whynot. He was a member of St. John's In The Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany and a member of Pinegrove IOOF Lodge, No. 111, New Germany. He is survived by sister, Daisy Oickle, Yarmouth. He was predeceased by sisters, Elsie and Annie Mae; brother, Walter. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today with IOOF memorial service at 7 p.m. Funeral service will be held 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, in St. John's In The Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany, Rev. John Clark officiating, assisted by Rev. Catherine Robar. Burial in Epworth Cemetery, New Germany, Lunenburg Co. Donations may be made to St. John's In The Wilderness Anglican Church or Canadian Diabetes Association.

[NI03878] Monday, August 26, 2002 The Halifax Herald Limited


ROBAR, Russell Frank - 74, Berwick, Kings Co., passed away Friday, August 23, 2002, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Aylesford, Kings Co., he was a son of the late Guy and Myrna (Veinot) Robar. He was employed as a foreman at Larsen Packers Ltd., Berwick, for many years. Russell enjoyed cooking, gardening, hunting and fishing. Surviving are stepchildren, Wayne (Jo Anne) Eisnor, Springhill; Allison (Pauline) Eisner, Coldbrook; Willis (Pauline) Eisner, Bedford; Lloyd (Shirley) Eisner, Kingston; Elva (Orville) Wright, Cincinnati, Ohio; several step-grandchildren and step great-grandchildren; two step great great-grandchildren; brothers, Arnold (Mable) Robar, Aylesford; Morris (Del) Robar, Berwick; sister, Marion (Owen) Morarity, Saint John, N.B.; several nieces and nephews. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his first wife, Annie (Helpard) Robar; second wife, Evelyn (Jefferson) Robar; special friend, Eulah Robar; brother, Richard Robar; sister, Florence Patterson. There will be no visitation. Funeral 11 a.m. today in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick, Rev. Donald MacPherson officiating. Burial in Berwick Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to any charity.

[NI03880] Evelyn Mary Robar 1994 Halifax Herald

Evelyn Mary Robar, 85, Waterville, Kings County, formerly of Somerset, Kings County, died August 10, 1994, in Evergreen Home for Special Care, Kentville. Born in Bridgewater,she was a daughter of the late Angus and Etta (Conrad) Jefferson. She is survived by her husband, Russell; four sons, Allison Eisner, Berwick; Willis Eisner, Bedford; Lloyd Eisner, Greenwood; Wayne Eisnor, Cape Breton; daughter, Elva (Mrs. Orval Wright), Cincinnati, Ohio; four brothers, Howard, Millville; Ronald ,Kingston; Leslie, Bridgewater; Maxwell, Balcaron, Ontario; sister, Ethel Hiltz, Lower Sackville; 13 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her first husband ,Ira Eisner; four brothers, Guy, Angus Allen, Milfred, Donald; two sisters ,Cynthia May Lowe; Lottie Wagner. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. tonight in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick, where funeral will be 2 p.m. Friday, Pastor Ralph Lepore officiating. Burial will be in Berwick Cemetery. Family flowers only by!
request. Donations may be made to Alzheimers Society of Nova Scotia.

[NI03906] Maurice Milford Hubley - 77, Farmington, Lunenburg Co., passed away Tuesday, February 18, 2003 in Harbour View Haven Nursing Home, where he had been residing. Born in Farmington, he was a son of the late Percy and Ada (Crouse) Hubley. Surviving are his daughter, Rochelle Hubley, Williamswood; sons, Farrell, Ontario; Percy, Pinehurst; Wade, Wilmot; Brian, Timberlea; Sheldon, Barss Corner; Christopher, Farmington. Sisters, Beulah Rafuse, Parkdale; Evangeline Wentzell, Bridgewater; Marguerite Chliszczyk, London, Ont; Lucy Veinot, Nictaux. Brothers, Lester, Head of St. Margaret's Bay; Paul, Harrietsfield. Several grandchildren, great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews, second wife, the former Doris Arenburg, New Ross; third wife the former Sandra MacKay, Williamswood. He was predeceased by sons Brian in infancy and Wayne, granddaughter Kendra Bezanson, first wife, Marjorie (Robar). Visitation 7 - 9 p.m. Friday in Sweeny's Funeral Home, #4895
route 10, New Germany. A public graveside service will be held in Parkdale Community Cemetery, at a later date. Family flowers only, donations may be made to New Germany and Area Medical Centre, Alzheimer's Society of Nova Scotia. On line condolences may be made at www.sweeenysfuneralhome.com

[NI03908] HUBLEY, Percy Albert - 55, Pinehurst, Lun. Co., passed away May 22, 2007, in SSRH, surrounded by family. He was the son of the late Maurice and Marjorie (Robar) Hubley. Surviving are wife Susan (Walsh); son Steven (Katherine), Maitland; daughters Jennifer (Scott) Lowe, Stonehurst; Stephanie (Dave) Babiak, Ontario; grandchildren Samantha Robar, Cody Lowe, Corey and Ashlyn Babiak; sister Rochelle (Pat) Bellewere, Halifax; brothers Farrell (Jeanette), Ontario; Wade (Marilyn), Kingston; Brian (Brenda), Timberlea; Sheldon, Halifax; Chris (Leanne), Farmington; sisters-in-law Wendy (Rocky), Bridgewater; father-in-law Art Walsh, Carol Walsh, Montreal; brothers-in-law Vernon (Doreen) Walsh, Ontario; Troy (Lori) Walsh, New York; many wonderful nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brothers Brian and Wayne. Funeral service was held Saturday, May 26, at Sweenys Funeral Home, New Germany.
CARD OF THANKS We, the family, would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who sent flowers, memorial donations, cards, e-mails, visits, phone calls and food. Special thanks to the girls at the Cancer Treatment Centre, SSRH, VON and Home Health Care. Much gratitude extended to the Palliative Care Services, especially Carol Ann Knell. The kindness shown to us will never be forgotten. Susan, Jennifer and Steven

[NI03909] Wade and Wayne are twins

[NI03936] Died in Car Accident June 08, 1975

[NI03987] The Chronicle Herald Wed, October 1st, 2008

VEINOTTE, David Leroy - 61, Aylesford, passed away peacefully with his family at his side on Sunday, September 28, 2008, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in East Dalhousie, he was a son of the late Harold and Violet (Zinck) Veinot. David was retired from Thompson's Transfer after 30 years of driving and continued to enjoy spending his time in the woods, hunting and fishing with his brother, Hartley. He was a huge fan of country music, was an avid collector, enjoyed woodworking and gardening, and was artistic in drawing and painting. He will be sadly missed by his lifelong companion, Barb Veinotte (Naugler); children, David, Middleton; Douglas (Julie), Middleton; Denyse (Phillip Archibald), Lashburn, Sask.; stepdaughter, Debbie (Arthur) Crouse, Lashburn, Sask.; grandchildren, Tanya (Joe) Adams, Chelsea, Kate, Kyle, Matthew, Corey, AJ, Kayden and Lee Archibald; sisters, Ruth (Ronald) Aalders, Coldbrook; Geneva (John MacDonald), Nictaux Falls; brothers, Dale (Kaye), Kingston; Hartley (Myrna), Aylesford; Wade (Faye), Cambridge; as well as several nieces and nephews. Besides his parents, David was predeceased by grandparents; several aunts and uncles and one nephew. Cremation has taken place and no visitation by request. A graveside service will take place at 2 p.m. Friday, October 3, in Nictaux Cemetery with a reception to follow in Nictaux Fire Hall. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory may be made to the Canadian Liver Foundation, Halifax Chapter, or to a charity of choice. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Serenity Funeral Home & Crematorium, PO Box 239, Port Williams, NS B0P 1T0. Cards and letters of sympathy may be sent to this address or on-line at: www.serenityfuneral.com

[NI04000] VEINOT, Eugene St. Clair - 24, North Kingston, died June 29, 1996, in North Kingston. Born in Middleton, he was a son of Dale and Kathleen (Zwicker) Veinot, North Kingston. He was a former employee of O.H. Armstrong Ltd., Kingston. Surviving are brother, Scott, North Kingston; paternal grandmother, Violet Veinot, Berwick. Funeral 2 p.m. today in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home, Middleton, Lic. Eric McKinnon officiating. Burial in North Kingston Cemetery. Donations to any charity.

[NI04041] East Dalhousie Baptist Cemetery Kings County Nova Scotia
VEINOTTE
Lawrence C. 1945-1950
Ruby A. 1947-1950
Glendon Milton 1948-1950
Children of Mr, and Mrs, Cecil Veinotte who died in a house fire

[NI04042] East Dalhousie Baptist Cemetery Kings County Nova Scotia
VEINOTTE
Lawrence C. 1945-1950
Ruby A. 1947-1950
Glendon Milton 1948-1950
Children of Mr, and Mrs, Cecil Veinotte who died in a house fire

[NI04043] East Dalhousie Baptist Cemetery Kings County Nova Scotia
VEINOTTE
Lawrence C. 1945-1950
Ruby A. 1947-1950
Glendon Milton 1948-1950
Children of Mr, and Mrs, Cecil Veinotte who died in a house fire

[NI04109] Langille Solomon M Head M Mar 27 1857 44
Langille Lucretia V. F Wife M Oct 10 1869 31
Langille Ida L. F Daughter S Nov 20 1886 14
Langille Charles D. M Son S Aug 2 1889 11
Langille Wellington C. M Son S Jun 21 1894 6
Langille Joshua A. M Son S Apr 4 1896 5
Langille Edwin R. M Son S Aug 3 1897 3
Langille Wallace G. M Son S Feb 18 1899 1


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:New Cornwall, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:y
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

[NI04116] Gideon Langille Bridgewater Bulletin, July, 1917.
(don't know where he lived)

The community was shocked on Wednesday when the news was brought of the death of Gideon Langille. Mr. Langille was in his usual health, but was taken seriously ill on Monday evening on his return from spending the day in Bridgewater. All that was possible in medical skill and care proved of no
avail and his death took place Wednesday. Mr. Langille was a good neighbour- kind hearted and respected by everyone who knew him. He leaves to mourn their loss a sorrowing wife; one son, Norman of the Canadian West; and two daughters, Rebecca of Boston and Edythe,at home. Our deepest sympathy is extended to them. The funeral service was conducted Saturday morning by Rev. E.A. Harris of Mahone Bay.

RR

[NI04120] Old Newburne Cemetery, Newburne

LANGILLE
Solomon 1852-1908
Lucretia Victoria 1869-1960

Mrs. Lucretia Victoria Oickle 1960 Bridgewater Bulletin

Mrs. Lucretia Victoria Oickle passed away suddenly at her home in Farmington, Lunenburg County, on Monday, October 10th, 1960. Born in Newburne, ninety years ago, she was the daughter of the late John and Mary (Veinot) Powers. She was twice married; her first husband, Solomon Langille passed away fifty-two years ago and her second husband, Jeremiah Oickle, passed away thirty-eight years ago.
Surviving are one daughter, Ida (Mrs. H.S. Zinck) of Chester; and four sons, Charlie of Middleton, Massachusetts; Wallace of Athol, Massachusetts; Joshua of Newburne; and Enos of Farmington, with whom she resided; also one sister, Mrs.Ella Lyons of East Bridgewater, Massachusetts.
The funeral service was held from the Newburne Anglican Church with Rev. T.B. Purvis officiating.Hymns sung were "Jesus, Lover of My Soul," "Safe in the Arms of Jesus," and "Nearer, My God to Thee."
The pall bearers were Robert Taylor, John Baker, Ralston Eisener, and Robert Feener.
Interment was in the Newburne Cemetery.

RR

[NI04127] Joshua A. Langille 1977 Bridgewater Bulletin

Joshua A. Langille of Newburne, Nova Scotia, passed away peacefully at the Dawson Memorial Hospital on September 7, 1977, at the age of 81 years.Born in Newburne, he was the son of Solomon and Victoria (Oickle) Langille.
Surviving are his wife, the former Elsie Neal; two sons, Lee of Barss Corner and Tracey, at home; a sister, Ida (Mrs. Harvey Zinck), Mahone Bay; and one brother, Enos of Farmington. Four brothers, William, Charles, Wallace, and Edwin predeceased him.
The funeral service, conducted by Rev. Gordon Rigby, was held at the Newburne Anglican Church. Interment was in the Newburne Cemetery.
Bearers were Roy Joudrey, Paul Naas, Eldridge and William Milbury, and Leaman and Gordon Wentzell.

[NI04128] Enlisted in Canadian Army WWI died of disease during the war

[NI04129] Wallace G. Langille 1964 Bridgewater Bulletin

Relatives and friends here were saddened to receive the news of the death of Wallace G. Langille, Athol, Mass., September 5th, in Athol Memorial Hospital.
He was born 64 years ago in Newburne, son of the late Solomon and Victoria (Powers) Langille.
Besides his widow, the former Prudence Taylor, he leaves a daughter, Mrs. LaVerne DuBois of Newton, Mass.; three brothers, Charles of Middleton, U.S.A.; Enos of Farmington; Josh of Newburne; Mrs. Ida Zinck of Chester; and four grandchildren.
Mr. Langille was a night watchman at L.S. Starret Co. for 16 years. Previously he worked for 25 years at the Mount Herman School, Northfield. He was a member of Turner's Falls Baptist Church.
The funeral service was held from Higgins Funeral Home with Rev.Lester White of Northfield officiating. Beautiful floral tributes bore silent testimony of the esteem in which Mr.Langille was held by a host of relatives and friends.

RR

[NI04130] LANGILLE, Enos Brenton - 91, Scarsdale, Lunenburg Co., died October 3, 1999, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Newburne, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Solomon and Lucretia (Powers) Langille. He worked as a carpenter and painter most of his life and was a member of Barss Corner United Baptist Church. Surviving are daughter, Gloria Robar, Bridgewater; stepson, Ross Robar, North River; three grandchildren; a step-granddaughter; six great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Vera Belle; five daughters: infant twins, Esther, Shirley, Greta; great-granddaughter, Stephanie; sister, Ida; brothers, Wallace, Charles, Joshua, Edwin. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Langille’s Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday, both in Barss United Baptist Church, Rev. Greg Denton officiating. Burial to follow in Barss Corner Community Cemetery. Donations to Barss Corner United Baptist Church, Canadian Cancer Society or IWK Grace Foundation.

[NI04134] St. Matthew's Cemetery, Newburne

LANGILLE
Elsie Evelyn 1897-1990

Elsie Evelyn Langille 1990 Halifax Herald

Elsie Evelyn Langille, 93, Newburne, died Wednesday, August 29, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in LaHave, she was a daughter of the late Joseph and Barbara (Arenburg) Neil. She is survived by three sons, Lee, Farmington; Tracey, Newburne; Andrew Hirtle, Mahone Bay; two grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Joshua; an infant daughter, Belle; two infant twin sons, Victor, Vincent; three sisters, Mary, Belle, May; three brothers, Angus, Arthur, Leeman. The body is in Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral will be 2 p.m. today in Transfiguration Anglican Church, Newburne, Rev. Peter Armstrong officiating.
Burial will be in Newburne Cemetery. Donations may be made to Transfiguration Anglican Church.

RR

[NI04136] Halifax Herald 2/18/1999

LANGILLE, Vera Belle - 69, Searsdale, Lunenburg Co., died February 17, 1999, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, Lunenburg Co. Born in North River, Lunenburg Co., she was a daughter of the late Rufus and Flora (Robar) Robar. She was a member of Barss Corner United Baptist Church, Baptist Ladies Auxiliary and Women’s Institute. She worked as an egg grader and as a housekeeper. Surviving are her husband, Enos; son, Ross, North River, Lunenburg Co.; sister, Margaret, Aylesford; half-sisters, Juanita Sarty, Bridgewater; Carolyn (Mrs. Archie Levy), Ontario; Helen (Mrs. Larry Woodworth), New Minas; Beulah (Mrs. Eddie Jollimore), Liverpool; brothers, Mervyn, Hebbs Cross; James, Springfield; Richard, San Fransisco, Calif.; Alister, North River; a granddaughter. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Langille’s Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. Friday, February 19, in Barss Corner United Baptist Church, Barss Corner, Rev. Karl Uhrstrom officiating. Burial in the Barss Corner Community Cemetery, Barss Corner, Lunenburg Co. Donations to Barss Corner United Baptist Church, Canadian Cancer Society or IWK Grace Health Centre.

[NI04140] Shirley Pauline Langille 1945 Bridgewater Bulletin

The people of Farmington and surrounding communities were deeply saddened by the passing of Shirley Pauline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Enos Langille, which occurred Wednesday, April 18, at the Dawson Memorial Hospital, after a brief illness at the early age of twelve years.
Possessing a bright and cheerful disposition she will be greatly missed at her home, by her teacher and schoolmates, and by all who knew he
Surviving at her home are her sorrowing parents, two sisters, Greta, aged 10, Gloria, aged 8, and an aged grandmother.
The funeral, which was largely attended, was conducted at her home on Friday afternoon by Rev. Sydney Horton, pastor of the Baptist Church who spoke comforting words from 2 Samuel 12:23, "He shall not return to me, but I shall go unto Him." Hymns sung were "There'll Be No Dark Valley," "Sometime We'll Understand," and "Safe In The Arms of Jesus."
Pall bearers were four of her schoolmates, Norman Conrad, Douglas Sperry, Edmund Haines, and Clinton Haines. Interment was made at the Baptist Cemetery, Barss Corner.

RR

[NI04153] Tuesday, August 9, 2005 The Halifax Herald Limited


GATES, Bradley Paul - 19, South Milford, Annapolis Co., died August 7, 2005, in Maitland Bridge. An avid sportsman, Bradley loved to play basketball and baseball, go fishing, and most other sports. His love for his friends and family was indescribable. He is survived by his parents, Paul (Jeanie Wear), South Milford; Heather Hartling (Wayne Robichaud), Digby; brother, Rikki (Sue Hudson), Annapolis Royal; sister, Justine (Shawn Morgan), South Milford; girlfriend, Diana Nickerson, Greenland; maternal grandmother, Marguerite Waters, Virginia East; paternal grandparents, Bruce and Glendean Gates, South Milford; great-grandmother, Gertrude Potter, Virginia East; several aunts, uncles and cousins. He was predeceased by maternal grandfather, Albert Hartling. Visitation will be held 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday and funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday, both in Kaulbach Family Funeral Home, Annapolis Royal, with Rev. Eugene Foster officiating. Interment will be in Milford Cemetery. Donations in memory may be made to The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada. E-mail condolences may be sent to: KAULBACHFH@ns.aliantzinc.ca Forever loved and forever missed.

[NI04175] Halifax Herald 10/6/1999

COYLE (Veinotte), Carolyn Jean - 59, Brock St., Dartmouth died October 5, 1999, in the Victoria General Hospital, Halifax. Born in East Dalhousie, N.B., she was a daughter of Ronald and Lucy (Illsley) Veinotte. She was employed for many years in the financial industry with the Bank of Montreal, and Eastern Canada Savings & Loan Company and it's successors, at the time of her illness she was employed in the home heat division of Ultramar Canada Ltd. She is survived by her husband, Charles, her mother Mrs. Lucy Harris, Truro; father, Ronald Veinotte, Ontario. She was predeceased by her brother, Lorimer Veinotte. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today, 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Thursday in Dartmouth Funeral Home, 29 Queen St. Funeral 10 a.m. Friday in South End Baptist Church (Hasting Dr. Dartmouth), Rev. Charles Hudson officiating. Burial in Oakridge Cemetery, Lower Sackville. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society.

[NI04179] ST. John's Anglican Cemetery, New Germany

VEINOT
James A. 1866-1932

M.Cevilla 1878-1957

Albert A. Veinot 1932

Albert J. Veinot passed away at his home in New Germany on June 12th, after a long illness caused by cancer. He was sixty-six years of age and son of the late Solomon and Mary Veinot of Blockhouse. For the past twenty-seven years he resided in New Germany. He was a member of St. John's Church in the Wilderness, also a member of Pine Grove Lodge, No. 111. He leaves to mourn their loss, a widow; two sons and one daughter: Kerry ,at home; Roy
and Blanche (Mrs. A.H. Veinot), both living in New Germany. Two daughters, Marie predeceased him thirteen years ago and May, two years ago.

[NI04180] Cevilla Veinot - The community of New Germany was saddened to hear of the passing of Mrs. Cevilla Veinot, widow of the late Albert Veinot, whose death occurred at her home on Tuesday, January 22, following a very brief illness. Mrs. Veinot was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Newton Langille, of Cookville, Lun. Co., and was 79 years of age. Her husband predeceased her 25 years ago, also two daughters, Marie and May passed away many years ago. The deceased was a member of St. John's Anglican Church, also of Hawthorne Rebekah Lodge. She is survived by one daughter, Blanche (Mrs. Albert Veinot); two sons, Ray and Kerry, the latter with whom she resided, all of New Germany; there are nine grandchildren and three great grandchildren; one sister Effie (Mrs. Peter Cantelope), of Lunenburg, and a brother, Robert, of Tupperville, Anna. Co.. The funeral services were held on Thursday afternoon at St. John's Anglican Church, conducted by the rector, Rev. W.A. Trueman. Interment was in the family lot in St. John's Anglican Cemetery. (note: Blanche's husband's name is the same as her father's name, this is what the obituary said.)(hand written on obituary - 1957)


Rosemary Rafuse
www.nsobits.ca

[NI04185] From "Bridgewater Bulletin" October 1984

Veinot reunion held
On Sunday, Sept 29 at New Germany, a small reunion was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Veinot and family for a number or former members of the Halifax Rifles Regiment which served with during the Second World War.
Those attending with their wives, were: Mr. and Mrs. Eric Zinck of Conquerall Bank; Mr. and Mrs. Burton Snair of Queensland; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Fraser of Bear River; Eugene Dugas of Plympton; and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Whynot of Bridgewater. With a nice sunny day and the tables set under the large pine trees, a Delicious barbecue was served by the Veinot family which was greatly appreciated by those attending. Mrs Eric Zinck baked a very delicious chocolate cake decorated with the inscription Halifax Rifles 23 Armoured Corps, which served after the Barbecue.
During the day Kerry brought out a picture of the complete regiment that was taken when they were in Training Camp at Camp Borden Ontario, then the men tried to name as many faces as they could after 40 years. The day ended with telling jokes and talking over the good old army days. Many thanks goes out to the Veinot family for a good job well done.


A.C.Kerry Veinot
New Germany A.C. Kerry Veinot aged 73, passed away Wednesday,
December 16, 1987 at home. Born in New Germany, son of the late Albert and Cevilla (Langille) Veinot. He is survived by his wife, the former Ruth Parnell; two daughters, Jane and Annette, both at home. He was predeceased by three sisters, Marie, Blanche, May and one brother Roy. Funeral service was held from the Anglican Church, New Germany, Interment was at the Lutheran Cemetery. Rev Les Robertson with Rev Weaver Assisting. Pallbearers were Nelson Veinot, George Feindel, Everette Barry, Paul Barry, Ivan Mosher, Keith Trimper, Carl Mosher. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, member of the IOOF, Arts & Crafts, on the board of Rosedale Nursing home, president of the Senior Citizen Club.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Kerry Veinot would like to express their thanks to their friends and neighbors for their support and kindness, and to Rev. Robertson, Rev. Weaver, pallbearers, organist and choir.
The family, Ruth ,Jane and Annette

[NI04186] VEINOT, Ruth Lorie - 78, New Germany, Lunenburg Co., died December 11, 1995, in Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany. Born in Lynn, Mass., she was a daughter of the late Daniel and Ethel (Grant) Parnell. She was a member of St. John in the Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany; life member of Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary, branch 102, New Germany; member of Hawthorne Rebekah Lodge 94, New Germany and Rosedale New Horizons Senior Citizen Club, New Germany. Surviving are daughters, Jane, Annette, New Germany; half-brother, John. She was predeceased by her husband, A.C. (Kerry); stepmother, Kathleen. Funeral 11 a.m. Wednesday in St. John in the Wilderness Church, New Germany, Rev. Peter Armstrong officiating. Donations to ALS Society of Canada, Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany, New Germany Medical Centre or any charity. Arrangements under the direction of Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany.

[NI04189] Newton A. Langille 1931

There passed away at New Germany very suddenly on October 13th, Newton A. Langille at the age of 81. Mr. Langille was the last son of the late Stephen Langille of Northwest, living at that place for a number of years, then moving to Bridgewater, where Mrs. Langille passed away at the home of his son, Artemas; but his last five years of his old age was spent with his eldest daughter, Cevilla, who cared for him, with the help of her family; although she had much sickness and sorrow in her own family she still found a place for him in her home. He leaves to mourn seven children, Cevilla (Mrs. Allie Veinot), New Germany; Artemas and Robert, living in
Bridgewater; Stephen at Fort Frances; Edwin, Saskatchewan; Effie (Mrs. Peter Cantelope), Lunenburg; Alice (Mrs. B.H. Finley), Halifax; also two sisters, Mrs. Annis Faulkenham and Miss Sophia Langille of Northwest. The funeral was conducted by Rev. Rasmussen of Wentzell's Lake. The remains were taken to Bridgewater and placed by his beloved wife.

[NI04205] Progress Enterprise - Wednesday, 14 November 1951 - Page 4 -

Mrs. Obediah Rafuse -

There passed away at the home of her daughter an esteemed resident of the
community in the person of Mary, widow of Obediah Rafuse, who, ten days
before she passed away, observed her 90th birthday. The late Mrs. Rafuse was
the mother of eight daughters, seven of whom are living as follows: Pearl,
(Mrs. William Veneau), Lunenburg; Beulah, (Mrs. Stannage Oickle), Northwest;
Vivian, (Mrs. Mark Rodenhizer), Cookville, Lun. Co.; Hildred, (Mrs. Douglas
Schwartz), Bedford, Mass.; Minerva, (Mrs. James Daniels), Halifax; Lucille,
(Mrs. George Mullen), Bridgewater, Mass.; Daisy, (Mrs. Hector Mosher),
Lunenburg, with whom she lived for some years. There are also 23
grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. The funeral was held from the home
of her grandson, Douglas Oickle, Northwest. The service was conducted by
Rev. L.G. Bald of Zion Lutheran Church and interment was in the Northwest
Cemetery.

Note: She was the daughter of Simeon and Mary Ann Greaser (Creaser?). She
married Obediah Timothy Rafuse 01 November 1888.


Richard Noble

[NI04206] VEINOTTE, Erna M. - 91, Upper Cornwall, Lunenburg County, died May 20, 1994, in Truro. Born in Upper Cornwall, she was a daughter of the late Josiah and Ada (Nauss) DeMone. She was a member of St. Mark's Lutheran Church, New Cornwall. She is suvived by three daughters, Goldie (Mrs. Earl Fancey), Walden; Eleanor (Mrs. Ralph Taylor), Truro; Janet (Mrs. William Nichols), Hubley, Halifax County; sister, Mrs. Elma Crossland, Clearland; eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Lloyd S.; two sisters, Laura, Violet. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. tonight in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral will be 3:30 p.m. Sunday in St. Mark's Lutheran Church, New Cornwall, Rev. Robert Rock officiating. Burial will be in New Cornwall Memorial Gardens. Donations may be made to St. Mark's Lutheran Church or New Cornwall Memorial Gardens.

[NI04207] St. John's Anglican Cemetery, New Germany

FEINDEL
Norman S.
February 4, 1865.
March 29, 1927.

Damie Varner 1870-1966

Son Fred Freeman 1900-1954

Also cremated remains are buried beside her parents- Elizabeth Mary
(Feindel) Mooring

born June 8, 1898.

died September, 1979.

buried November 21, 1979.


Norman Feindel 1927 Bridgewater Bulletin

New Germany lost one its leading citizens in the passing away at 2 a.m., today, of Norman Feindel, following a stroke of paralysis on Thursday, March 24. Mr. Feindel suffered a slight stroke during the fall of 1926 ,and from its effects was confined to the house all winter, but during March had
recovered sufficiently to enable him to go out again.
After the seizure on Thursday, it was seen at once that the end was near. The members of the family were immediately summoned by telegraph and telephone, and they were all at home when death took place.
The late Mr. Feindel was born in New Germany in 1865 of hardy pioneer stock, the son of Mr.and Mrs. Aaron Feindel and grandson of George Feindel, the first white child born in New Germany. The father survives, with brothers,
Asaph and Roswell, and sister, Alice, Mrs. Abram Feindel ,all of New Germany.
in 1891 deceased married Miss Damie Varner of New Germany, who survived ,and of this union there were five children,all of whom are living. They are Cash, senior partner of Feindel and Haines, New Germany; Earle of Bridgewater; and Maurice of Caledonia, both in the employ of the C.N.
Railway; Fred of Worcester, Mass.; and one daughter, Elizabeth, Mrs. W.H. Mooring, of Worcester, Mass. There are also nine grandchildren.
In politics he was a life-long Liberal and was regarded as a man of sterling character, whose word at all times was as good as his bond.
Burial was made at New Germany on Thursday, the service at the home and grave conducted by Rev. G.W. Beck, assisted by Rev. H.U. Hutchinson.

RR

[NI04213] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 08/03/95
Category: News
Page: D8

FANCEY, Janet Ruth - 92, Upper Northfield, Lunenburg Co., died August 1, 1995, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Upper Northfield, she was a daughter of the late Edwin and Laura (Milbury) Bruhm. She was a member of Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, Upper Northfield, where she was a member of the Good Will Sewing Circle. Surviving are daughters, Jean (Mrs. Maurice Wagner), Bridgewater; Lillian (Mrs. Ray Joudrey), Upper Cornwall; son, Earl, with whom she resided for the past 11 years, Walden; sister, Mrs. Jessie Whynot, Dartmouth; 12 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Perlie (Ray); brother, Harold. Visitation 7-9 p.m. tonight in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral 2 p.m. Friday in Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, Upper Northfield, Rev. William Gustafson officiating. Burial in Upper Northfield Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations to Mount Calvary Lutheran Church or South Shore Regional Hospital.

[NI04226] William & Janet live at Five Island Lake , near Halifax.

[NI04231] Aubrey & Rosalie live Mahone Bay.

[NI04232] Horst & Ferne live in Halifax.

[NI04233] Frank Ross Joudrey 1967 Bridgewater Bulletin

A wide circle of relatives and friends were deeply saddened to learn of the sudden passing of Frank R. Joudrey at the V.G. Hospital on October 25, 1967. The late Mr. Joudrey was born at Upper Cornwall in 1903, the youngest son of Mrs. Maude(Deal) and the late Harry Joudrey. Surviving are his wife, the former Lillian Veinot; two sons, Lloyd and Donald ,at home; two daughters, Cheryl, Bridgewater; and Isabel (Mrs.Noble Veinot) of Bridgewater; four grandchildren; two brothers, Claude and Morley of Berlin, New Hampshire; and his aged mother, Mrs. Maude Joudrey. A brother, Donald, predeceased him 29 years ago and a sister, in infancy.
Funeral services were held from the New Cornwall Baptist Church on October 28, 1967, with Rev. Eric Miner officiating. Hymns sung were "Breathe On Me, Breath of God," and "Abide With Me." Interment was at the New Cornwall Baptist Cemetery. Pallbearers were Guy Joudrey, Ray Joudrey,
Stuart Joudrey, George Demond. Phinney Lyon, and Gilbert Veinot.

RR

[NI04234] JOUDREY, Lloyd R., - 66, Upper Cornwall, Lunenburg County, died December 1, 1992, in Upper Cornwall. Born in Upper Cornwall, he was a son of Lillian (Veinotte) Joudrey, Upper Cornwall and the late Frank Joudrey. He was a member of Maritime Ox Association. He is survived by his companion, Shirley Joudrey; two sisters, Cheryl (Mrs. Dwight Wyman), Five Islands, Halifax County; Isabel (Mrs. Noble Veinot), Bridgewater; brother, Donald, Upper Cornwall; several nieces and nephews. The body is in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay, visiting 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today. Funeral will be 11 a.m. Friday in United Baptist Church, New Cornwall, Rev. Andrew Crowell officiating. Burial will be in New Cornwall Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to New Cornwall United Baptist Church or S.H.A.I.D. Animal Shelter.

[NI04258] this couple has 4 children

[NI04268] 13 May 1826 - Purchased farm in Conquerall Bank, overlooking the La Have
River. (Conquerall Bank is in New Dublin Township.) He paid 182 pounds, 5
shillings.

13 Nov 1870 - He dies in a horse and buggy (or sled) accident right in
front of his house. (It was a Sunday.)

(Taken from Chris Fretwell's notes)

[NI04277] Tuesday, December 25, 2001 The Halifax Herald Limited

CARVER, Kenneth Lionel - 93, Western Shore, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family, Sunday, December 23, 2001, in Shoreham Village Nursing Home, Chester. Born in New Canada, he was a son of the late Ozem and Ruby (Carver) Carver. He was a retired employee of the CNR, having worked for 28 years. He will be remembered as a pleasant, proud and easy-going man. Surviving are his daughters, Marguerite (Terrance) Hamm; Mary Swinimar, all of Gold River, sons, Frank (Dorothy) Carver, Spryfield; Earl "Joe", Western Shore; sisters, Myrna Mossman, Center, Mable Sheridan, Paradise; brothers, Maynard (Audrey) Carver, New Germany; Harry Carver, Gardiner (Fern) Carver, all of Bridgewater; Russell (May) Carver, Fredericton; 13 grand- children, 16 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Hattie Swinimar; sister, Clara Baker. No visitation by family request. Private family funeral service will be held in Mahone Funeral Home, 32 Parish St., Mahone Bay. Rev. James Haughn officiating. Burial will follow in Western Shore Cemetery, Western Shore. In lieu of flowers, donations to Shoreham Village Memorial Bus Fund.

[NI04278]
CARVER, Maynard William - 91, New Germany, Lunenburg County, passed away Saturday, November 8, 2003, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Walden, he was a son of the late Ozem and Ruby (Carver) Carver. He was a retired employee of Bowater Mersey Paper Company. Maynard was a past member of the I.O.O.F., New Germany and a founding member of the New Germany Volunteer Fire Department (1945), where he continued as an active member. He was a dedicated caretaker for the Epworth Cemetery for over 20 years. He also enjoyed playing cards and the sport of fishing. Surviving are his wife, the former Audrey Langille; sisters, Myrna Mossman, Lunenburg; Mabel Sheridan, Bridgetown; brothers, Harry (friend Lucy), Chester; Russell (May), Fredericton; Gardner (Ferne), Bridgewater; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by sister, Clara Baker; brother, Kenneth. There was no visitation at the funeral home by request. Memorial service was held 2 p.m. Wednesday in St. John
in the Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany, Rev. Tom Henderson officiating. Interment of ashes took place in Epworth Cemetery. A reception followed in the church hall. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the New Germany Fire Department, New Germany and Area Medical Centre, Epworth Cemetery or a charity of choice. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Home , #4895, Route 10, New Germany.

[NI04287] Veinot; Adina Hattie 1881-1970 (Zinck) (Husband Was Truman Veinot- No Stone For Him)WatfordIndian Brook

[NI04291] could Ritzi be Ritcey???

[NI04299] Age 15; burned to death when her clothes caught fire while she was helping boil maple sap over an outdoor fire.

[NI04354] Jodrey, Ethel May - 93 Lockhartville, Kings County, formerly of New Ross, died Thursday at home. Born in New Ross, Lunenburg County, she was the daughter of the late Edward and Ella (Veinot) Reeves. She is survived by four brothers, Charlie, Robert (Bob) Ray, Austin, all of New Ross; a sister Daisy (Mrs Gordon Morash),Windsor, three grandchildren, four great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her first husband, Freeman Keddy;;second husband, Harry Baker;third husband Percy Joudrey; two sons, Freeman and on in infancy;two daughters, Sadie Gladys; four brothers, Jarold Roland, Ira and infant brother John Enos; a sister Florence. The body is in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, New Ross, visiting 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday. The funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday in St Augustine Anglican Church, Forties, Rev Gordon Neish officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Donations ma be made to the Alzheimer's Society of Nova Scotia.

[NI04361] Tuesday, November 30, 2004 The Halifax Herald Limited

REEVES, Charles Ronald - 90, New Ross, passed away Friday, November 26, 2004, in the home of his daughter, Eleanor, Steam Mill. Born in New Ross, he was a son of the late Edward and Ella (Veinot) Reeves. Charles was a devoted and loving father to his family and helpful to others. He was the last remaining member of his family. Charles is survived by daughters, Eleanor Woodworth, Steam Mill; Doreen Gates, Niagara Falls, Ont.; Vienna (Haldon) Reeves; daughter-in-law, Beatrice Reeves, both of New Ross; 11 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren and two great great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, Marguerite; son, Calvin; brothers, Harold, Roland, Ira, Austin, Ray, and Robert; sisters, Ethel, Florence and Daisy; three grandchildren. Visitation will be held 3-4 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday, December 1, in H.C. Lindsay Funeral Home, 38 Forties Rd., New Ross, 689-2961. Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Thursday, December 2, in Christ Anglican Church, New Ross, Rev. Leonard Bednar officiating, with interment in Christ Anglican Church Cemetery, New Ross. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Christ Anglican Church Cemetery, New Ross or a charity of your choice. On-line condolences can be sent to: lindsayfunerals@ns.aliantzinc.ca

[NI04365] Had appendix out on 11 March 2006

[NI04385] COLEMAN ----- The funeral services for Edward (Ned) Gordon Coleman of 34 St. George St. whose death occurred Thursday Nov. 09 1978 at the Dr. Georges L. Dumont Hospital, will be held at Tuttle Brothers' Funeral Home, Sunday at 2 p.m. where the body is resting. visiting hours are today from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Interment will be in Elmwood Cemetery.

[NI04386] Mrs. E. G. Coleman

The death of Mrs. Eleanor Jean Coleman, wife of Edward G. Coleman, 145 John Street, Moncton , occurred today at Moncton Hospital. She was the daughter of the late Astle and Ida Mae (Bailey) Thomson. Survivors include her husband, one daughter, Mrs. Leandre LeBlanc (Carole) of Moncton; three sons, Robert and Ronald, both of Moncton and Wayne of St. Margarets; two sisters, Mrs. Kathleen Surrette of Petitcodiac and Mrs. Fred Goodall (Bessie) of Moncton plus several nieces and nephews, and eight grandchildren. The body is resting at Cadman's Funeral Home, 114 Alma Street. The funeral service will be Held Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at Cadman's Chapel. Interment will be in Elmwood Cemetery.


COLEMAN --The funeral service for Mrs. Eleanor Jean Coleman, wife of Edward G. Coleman, 145 John Street,Moncton, whose death occurred Friday at the Moncton Hospital, will be held Sunday Sept. 09 at 1;30 p.m. at Cadman's Funeral Home. Visiting hours will be tonight from 7 until 9 p.m. and Saturday from 7 until 9 p.m.

[NI04387] He was killed in a car accident. He hit a bridge and was killed by a piece of flying wood.

[NI04389] Details #059138

RS141C4
Provincial Returns of Deaths

NameCOLEMAN, ALBERT S.
SexM
Age64
Date1912 | 12 | 18 (Y-M-D)
CountyWESTMORLAND
Registration1369
Volume
ReferenceC4/1912
MicrofilmF18728

[NI04390] Details #023653

RS141C4
Provincial Returns of Deaths

NameCOLEMAN, GEORGIA
SexF
Age--
Date1899 | 03 | 17 (Y-M-D)
CountyWESTMORLAND
Registration1502
Volume
ReferenceC4/1899
MicrofilmF18702

[NI04411] "VIENOT","Rupert","B","1842-11-17","1843-01-06","SJAL","Joseph & Eveline",,

[NI04421] Wilhelm Carl was also known as Charles. He was baptized on July 24,1781in the Zion Lutheran Church, Lunenburg, N.S.
.
He was the 12th and last child of Frantz Joseph and Mary Catherine.

Zion Lutheran Church records show Wilhelm Carl as being the son of Frantz and Catherine.

About 1806, Charles bought Lots #2 and #7 First Division at Centre from his father.

[NI04426] Solomon Hebb

Death at an early hour Sunday morning brought to a peaceful close the life of one of the oldest and most highly esteemed residents of the community in the person of Solomon Hebb, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. W.F. MacKenzie, with whom he spent the past ten years. Mr.Hebb who was nearing the century mark was 96 years of age. He had been ill about a month.
A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Hebb, he was descended from one of the pioneer families of Lunenburg County. His wife, formerly Miss Anna Mary Wile, also of pioneer stock, predeceased him thirty years ago.
Mr. Hebb was widely known as a skilled mechanic; having constructed many mills of various designs throughout his native county. Keenly interested in farming he specialized in fruit growing as a hobby. During his declining years of life, he occupied his leisure moments in the growth and curing of tobacco for his personal use. Mr. Hebb, whose mentality was not impaired by his years,was an extensive reader and was greatly interested in current events.
In early life he was an officer in the local militia and was a pensioner of the Fenian Raid. At the time of Confederation Mr. Hebb changed his political views and ever since has been a steadfast Conservative. He was a staunch member of the former Presbyterian Church.
Besides his daughter, he is survived by two sons, Dr. A.N.Hebb, of Dartmouth; and Dr. T.E. Hebb, of Vancouver. A son, Frank, died in Billings, Montana, three years ago.
The funeral was held from the residence of his daughter on Monday afternoon. Rev. W.K. Read officiated.

RR

[NI04429] NS Civil Death Registrations--Lunenburg County
Stephen Hebb, died 1920 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County
Registration Year: 1920 - Book: 95 - Page: 535

[NI04436] Mrs. Solomon Hebb

The many friends of Mrs. Solomon Hebb will regret to hear of her death, which occurred on the afternoon of the 29th, ult. About seven weeks ago she was operated on by Dr. McKay of Halifax, for appendicitis; and for some time it was hoped that, not withstanding her advanced years, she would be nursed back to health; but unexpected complications set in and at six o'clock Saturday evening she passed peacefully away.
It is but justice to say that the deceased was in many respects a remarkable woman. She was the eldest daughter of the late Andrew Wile (son of John) and was born in a house still standing on King Street, on the 10th. of March, 1845. She was a pupil of Miss Mary Harley, who taught one of the first schools in Bridgewater.
At the age of thirteen she moved with her parents to Lapland, one of the pioneer settlements, twelve miles from Bridgewater, where she resided till her marriage seven years later, since which time she has lived in Bridgewater. Her married life has been one of loving fidelity and devotion to her husband and children; revealing a remarkable business capacity coupled with lofty intellectual and moral ideals. Her children have responded nobly to her devotion to their interests and have all taken places in the first rank of respectability.
Frank, the eldest, began life as a carpenter, travelled through the Western States, superintended the building of bridges on the Great Northen Railway for several years, finally settling in Montana. Last year he built the Montana State Building for the St. Louis Fair. He is married and living in comfortable circumstances at Billings, in the beautiful valley of the "Yellow Stone." Bertha Boyd, after a brilliant career at Dalhousie, was appointed to South Africa in the first contingent of teachers, and won such favour with the board that she has been permanently engaged in Normal school work in Johannesburg. Arthur graduated in arts and medicine at Dalhousie and is practising successfully at Chester, Nova Scotia. Thomas-Carlyle, after taking three degrees at Dalhousie and winning the London University scholarship, took a post graduate course at the University of Chicago, and was made a Doctor of Philosophy, with high honours. It would, of course, be unfair to overlook the fath!
er's influence in all this. Mr. Hebb, being a man of industry and integrity; but if when the remaining family are united one should ask how all this had been accomplished, father, sons, and daughter would unhesitatingly exclaim," Mother did it all." "Show me a virtuous woman; her price is above rubies."
Although lacking the advantages of an education, Mrs. Hebb had,by judicious reading and persistent reasoning, pushed herself far beyond the pale of illiteracy and was a most intelligent and agreeable companion. She had a wide circle of devoted friends among all classes of society. She found time, and made opportunity to travel, visiting Boston and New York several times, and on one occasion, London, making many accurate and interesting observations. In the month of May she had the pleasure of seeing all her boys home; and it is much to be regretted that the circle was incomplete through the absence of her only daughter, Bertha. Inexorable death takes no heed to the needs of affection, but as the loved ones are borne away, we may hear coming faintly back through the corridor, "Sometime, Somewhere!"

RR

[NI04466] Mrs. James Emino 1944 Bridgewater Bulletin
The death occurred of Mrs. James Emino at her home at Simpson's Corner on March 24th, after an illness of several months. A sad feature of her death is that it occurred only two weeks after the death of her husband, James Emino.
Mrs.Emino was, before her marriage, Miss Amanda Oickle of Upper Branch and was 71 years of age. Surviving are five daughters, Doris (Mrs. Herbert Atchue), of North Grafton, Mass.; Claudia (Mrs. Norman H. Langille), Alda (Mrs. Arleigh Varner); Violet,widow of Arthur Varner, of New Germany;
Mabel (Mrs. Dennis Nauss), who resides on the homestead, Simpson's Corner; four sons, George of North Grafton, Mass.; Everette, U.S.A.; Robert and Charles, Simpson's Corner. A son, Garfield and daughter, Mildred, predeceased her several years ago. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. C. Monk of the Lutheran parish, at the church, Simpson's Corner; burial being at the Hemford Cemetery on Monday. The pall bearers wereStanley Hyson, Garfield Conrad, Carl Russell, and Lester Hyson. The bereaved family have the sympathy of a large
circle of friends.

RR

[NI04474] St. Cyprian's Anglican Cemetery, East Dalhousie

OICKLE
Solomon 18630 1943
Louise 1865-1923
Wesley 1900- 1917

Solomon Oickle 1943 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death occurred at his home in Dalhousie Saturday morning, Feb. 13th, of Solomon Oikle, in his 80th year. Mr. Oikle has been in poor health for a number of years but had only been confined to his bed for two days and his death came as a shock to his family and friends. Mr. Oickle moved from Maitland, Lun. Co., more than forty years ago. His wife, who before her marriage was Louise Silver, predeceased him several years ago. He is survived by two sons and two daughters; Willis, Annapolis; Fred, on the homestead; (Eva) Mrs. Chas. Whidden, Coldstream, Guys. Co.; Lois, Mrs. Lloyd Lutz, Aylesford. Burial took place at St. Cyprian's cemetery, service conducted by Rev. Stanley Hart. (hand written on obituary - 1943)


Rosemary Rafuse

[NI04492] Hemford Cemetery

EMINO
James W. 1862-1944
Amanda E. Oickle 1873-1944

James Emeneau 1944 Bridgewater Bulletin
The community of Simpson's Corner was shocked to hear on Friday, March 10th, of the sudden passing of Mr. James Emeneau, a highly respected citizen. Mr. Emeneau had not been in the best of health, his condition was not considered
serious. He was doing his farm work as usual when he succumbed to a heart attack and was found lying in the wood shed by his daughter when he failed to answer her call to dinner. The deceased was born at Midville Branch 81
years ago. He was a kind and loving husband and father and will be greatly missed by his family and friends. Surviving are his widow, who is seriously ill. Before her marriage she was Miss Amanda Oickle of Upper Branch. Surviving are five daughters, Doris (Mrs. Achue) of North Grafton, Mass.;
Claudia (Mrs. N.H. Langille); Alda (Mrs. Arleigh Varner); Violet, widow of Arthur Varner of New Germany; Mabel (Mrs. Dennis Nauss), who resides on the homestead, Simpson's Corner; four sons, George of North Grafton, Mass.; Everette, U.S.A.; Robert and Charles, Simpson's Corner. A son, Garfield
and daughter, Mildred predeceased him several years ago. The funeral was held on Tuesday afternoon, services at the home and grave conducted by the Rev. C. monk of the Lutheran Parish, Midville. Burial was in the Hemford
Cemetery.

RR

[NI04494] SNYDER, Stella Mabel - 86, Simpsons Corner, Lunenburg Co., died Friday, November 12, 1999, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Simpsons Corner, she was a daughter of the late James and Amanda (Oickle) Emino. She was a housekeeper for several years at the Hants County Community Home as well as many local homes. She is the last surviving member of her immediate family. She was a member of the Union Church Anglican and United, Simpsons Corner. Surviving are a son, Gary Nauss and wife Donna, Hemford; stepchildren, Irene Emino, New Germany; Roland Snyder, Northfield; Marion Hill, New Germany; Bryden Snyder, Allen Snyder, both of Watford; Shirley Leary, Simpsons Corner; grandchildren, Heather Nauss, Timberlea; Bryan Naas, Halifax; Debbie Hubley; Meredith Robar; Victor Hubley, all of Dawson Creek, B.C.; Vincent Hubley, Chetwynd, B.C.; Audrey Murray, Bridgewater; Dennis Hubley, Pinehurst; several step-grandchildren and step-great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her first husband, Dennis Naas, second husband, Ira Snyder, and her companion Fred Lowe; infant son, Harry; daughter, Bernice Hubley; sisters, Mildred Emino, Doris Hedge, Claudia Langille, Alda Varner, Violet Turner; brothers, George Everett, Garfield, Robert, Charles; stepdaughter, Maxine Nowe, stepson, Russell Snyder; a grandson, Chester. Visitation for family and friends will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, in New Germany Funeral Home, 4895 route 10, New Germany. Cremation will follow. Funeral service 2 p.m., Wednesday, in Union Church, Simpsons Corner, Rev. Gloria McClure-Fraser and Mr. Don McFadden, LT officiating. Interment of ashes at a later date in Hillside Cemetery, Simpsons Corner. Memorial donations in Mabel's memory may be made to the IWK Grace Health Centre, New Germany and Area Health Centre, or the Hillside Cemetery. A reception will follow the funeral service at the St. John Anglican Parish Hall, New Germany.


Rosemary Rafuse
www.nsobits.ca

[NI04495] Everett John Walker 1952 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death of Everett John Walker occurred at the home of his sister, Mrs. Arthur Leopold, Saturday, April 5, following a lengthy illness. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Walker, New Ross, and was 83 years of age.
His wife, the former Abbie Stephens, predeceased him by 34 years.
Survivng are three foster children George, New Ross; Lewis, New Brunswick; Blanche (Mrs.Robie Demone), Western Shore; three brothers, William and Edmund, New Ross; Dennis, Chester Grant; and two sisters, Edith (Mrs. Arthur Leopold), New Ross; who cared for him; and Jane (Mrs. B. Russell), U.S.A. A brother, Howard, predeceased him by three weeks.
Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Fr. Stone on Monday morning at St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, New Ross, with interment in the R.C. Cemetery.

[NI04499] her last name my be Veinot...on headstone in Elm Grove Cemetery, Steam Mill, Kings Co. NS reads Jean Veinot

[NI04511] The stained glass window in the chancel of the Lutheran Church, Newburne, is a memorial to Sophia.

[NI04515] Taught school 23 1/2 years which included 12 1/2 years in Newburne and 6 years in New Germany Elementary Consolidated School.

[NI04518] BECK, Douglas Leon - 66, Newburne, Lunenburg Co., died May 31, 1998, in Lower Branch, Lunenburg Co. Born in Newburne, he was a son of the late Clarence Maynard and Jennie Beatrice (Eisnor) Beck. He was a member of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Newburne. During his working years, he was a custodian at New Germany Rural High School and caretaker at Camp Kadimah, Scarsdale, Lunenburg Co. He was also a hobby farmer. Surviving are son, Mitchell, Barss Corner; sister, Shirley (Mrs. Bernard Durling), Yarmouth; brothers, Donald, Harold, Newburne; Murray, Watford; George, Capreol, Ont.; two grandsons; many nieces and nephews; close friend, Shirley Duncalfe, Lower Branch. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Joyce Eisener; sister, Joan Zinck. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in New Germany Funeral Home, 4895 Rte. 10, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. Wednesday in St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Newburne, Rev. Ted Heinze officiating. Burial in the church cemetery, Newburne. Donations to Health Services Foundation of the South Shore, St. Matthew's Lutheran Church or any charity.

[NI04519] The Chronicle Herald 03/08/2010

BECK, Murray Lee — 75, of Watford, Lunenburg Co., passed away Saturday March 6, 2010, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Newburne, he was the son of late Clarence and Jennie (Eisner) Beck. He is survived by his wife, Mary (Hirtle); daughters, Annette Conrad (James), Watford; Sherry Beck Ramey, Mahone Bay; brothers, Donald (Irene), Newburne; George (Reha), Capreol, Ont.; Harold (Carole), Newburne; sister, Shirley Durling (Bernie), Yarmouth; grandchildren, Holly Conrad (Todd Goodman); Devin Conrad, L. Lee Ramey and Amber Ramey. Murray was predeceased by his brother, Douglas and sister, Joan. There will be no visitation by request and a private family graveside service will be held in Hillside Cemetery, Upper Northfield, Rev. William Gustafson officiating. A celebration of life will be held in Upper Northfield Community Hall 7-9 p.m., Tuesday, March 9. Memorial donations in Murray's memory may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, I.W.K. Mental Health Unit (4-south and ACT) for music equipment or the charity of choice. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI04522] ZINCK, Joan Clair - 56, Clearland, Lunenburg Co., died November 19, 1996, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Newburne, Lunenburg Co., she was a daughter of the late Clarence and Jennie (Eisnor) Beck. Surviving are her husband, Gordon Robie Zinck; daughters, Christine (Mrs. Dan Covert), St. Thomas, Ont.; Elaine (Mrs. Robin Hubley), Mahone Bay; Marlene (Mrs. Kerry Veinotte), Clearland; sons, Rockey Simpson, Vancouver, B.C.; Timmie Simpson, North Bay, Ont.; sister, Shirley (Mrs. Bernie Durling), Yarmouth; brothers, Donald, Douglas, Harold, all of Newburne; George, Capreol, Ont.; Murray Watford, Lunenburg Co.; six grandchildren. Visitation 2-4, 79 p.m. today in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral 2:30 p.m. Friday in St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Newburne, Rev. Ted Heinze officiating. Burial in St. Matthew's Cemetery. Donations to St. Matthew's Lutheran Church.

[NI04535] "PENNY","Jacob & Sarah","Jacob Francis","1855-04-12","1855-07-07","ZLL",,,"B"

[NI04536] Thursday, November 18, 1999 The Halifax Herald Limited

HUBLEY, Frances Leota - 86, Middle Cornwall, Lunenburg Co., died Tuesday, November 15,1999, in the Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay. Born in Middle Cornwall, she was a daughter of the late Adam and Ella (Mossman) Webber. She was a life member of the New Cornwall Baptist Church, Middle Cornwall where she was a Sunday school teacher, choir member and was church organist for 47 years. She was a dedicated volunteer in her community and church. Surviving are sons, Harley,
Newburne; Douglas, Upper Cornwall; Raymond, Maitland; Cedric, Plymouth, Yarmouth Co.; sisters, Gertrude Veinot, Maplewood; Thelma Pierce, Halifax; Zella Burns, New Germany; Marie Snyder, Barss Corner; Thurza London, Woodstock, N.B.; brothers, Franklin Webber, New Germany; Leroy Webber, Barss Corner; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Roy and two siblings in infancy. No visitation by request. Funeral 11 a.m. Friday, in New Cornwall Baptist Church, Rev. Roxanne McGaw officiating. Burial in the church cemetery. Donations to the New Cornwall Baptist Church or any charity.
Funeral arrangements under the direction of Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay.

[NI04537] Chronicle Herald 29 Feb. 1988

HUBLEY, Leroy R. - 73, Middle Cornwall, Lunenburg County, died Saturday at home. Born in Farmington, he was a son of the late George and Eva (Bezanson) Hubley. he is survived by his wife, the former Frances Webber; four sons, Harley, Middle Cornwall; Douglas, Upper Cornwall; Raymond, Maitland; Cedric. Plymouth; a brother, Lindsay, mahone Bay; six grandchildren. He wa predeceased by a brother, Robert. The body is in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral will be held 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, New Cornwall United baptist Church, Rev. Dale Rose officiating. Buriel in church cemetery. Donations may be made to New Cornwall United Baptist Church or any charity.

[NI04543] The Chronicle Herald Fri, May 30th, 2008

BURNS, Zella Roxanna - 93, New Germany, formerly of Barss Corner, Lunenburg Co., passed away Sunday, May 25, 2008, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Scarsdale, she was a daughter of the late Caleb Adam and Ella Margaret (Mossman) Webber. Zella was a long-time member of the Barss Corner United Baptist Church and Baptist Ladies Auxiliary; she was also a member of the Barss Corner Women's Institute. Zella loved to travel and spend time with her children and their families; she also enjoyed crossword puzzles and knitting. Prior to retirement, she and her husband, Herbert, owned and operated a service station in Petawawa, Ont., and later, a general store in Vogler's Cove. She is survived by her daughter, Barbara Foster, Willoughby Hills, Ohio; son, Ronald (Beverly) Ramey, Petawawa, Ont.; sisters, Thelma Pierce, Halifax; Gertrude Veinot, Bridgewater; E. Marie Snyder, Simpsons Corner; grandchildren, Paul, Christopher, Timothy, and Scott; great-granddaughter, Lisa; great great-grandson, Paul; many nieces and nephews. Zella was predeceased by her husband, Herbert; sisters, Thurza London, Frances Hubley; brothers, Franklyn Webber, LeRoy Webber. There will be no visitation at the funeral home by request. A private family graveside service will be held in Barss Corner Community Cemetery, Rev. Jennifer Joudrey officiating. No flowers by request, memorial donations may be made to the Barss Corner Community Hall or a charity of choice. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Home, New Germany, where on-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI04546] Halifax Herald 2/24/2006

WEBBER, Franklin Otto - 87, Dartmouth, formerly of New Germany, Lunenburg Co., passed away suddenly on Wednesday, February 22, 2006, in Dartmouth General Hospital, Dartmouth. Born in Scarsdale, he was a son of the late Adam and Ella (Mossman) Webber. He served five years in the Royal Canadian Air Force during the Second World War. The majority of his working career was as a millwright at the former Zwicker Brothers Mill, New Germany. He then worked for the Nova Scotia Department of Highways, where he retired. His gardens were known to many and he took great pride in the quality vegetables he could consistently grow. He was a member of Barss Corner United Baptist Church, Barss Corner. He will be sadly missed by his devoted wife of 64 years, the former Jean Veinot; son, Charles (Sue), Dartmouth; grandchildren, Natalie (Joel), Nathan (Shauna); great-grandchildren, Kaitlin and Alexander; sisters, Thurza London, Hartland, N.B.; Zella Burns, New Germany; Thelma Pierce, Halifax; Gertrude Veinot, New Ross; E. Marie Snyder, Hemford; brother, Leroy, Barss Corner; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by an infant son, and son, Frankie at age four; twin sisters at birth; sisters, Susan and Francis Hubley. No visitation at the funeral home by request. The family invite friends to visit them an hour prior to the funeral service which will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday in Barss Corner United Baptist Church, Barss Corner, Rev. Jennifer Joudrey and Rev. Norman Hovland officiating. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. Family flowers only please, donations to Barss Corner United Baptist Church or Cemetery Funds. Funeral arrangements under the direction of Sweeny's Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany, where on-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI04563] The Chronicle Herald11/24/2009

WHYNOT, Frank St. Clair — 59, of Mount Hanley, passed away Sunday, November 22, 2009, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Middleton, he was a son of Lillian (Tiller) Whynot, Nictaux and the late Charles Whynot. Frank had been previously employed as a butcher with O. H. Armstrong Ltd., Kingston and Larsen Packers Ltd., Berwick. He was a farmer and all his farming was done with his horses. He enjoyed participating in horse pulls and going to various exhibitions to watch the horse pulls. He is survived by his mother, Lillian Whynot, Nictaux; his wife of 19 years, the former Dale Stoddart, Mount Hanley; daughter, Jennifer Whynot, Nictaux; sons, Randy Whynot, Shyloe, Manitoba; Corey Whynot (Sarah Kwakernaak), Middleton and Jamie Whynot (Sheena Inkster), Mount Hanley; sister, Nadine (Ricky) Balcom, Wilmot; brother, Kenneth (Geraldine) Whynot, Dartmouth; grandchildren, Owen, Melanie, Chloe "Pumpkin", Cody, Shyanne. He will also be sadly missed by his dogs, "Bear" and "Sassy". He was predeceased by his father, Charles Whynot and sister, Jean Tattersall. By Frank's request, cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, November 25, in Mount Hanley Baptist Church, Rev. Leon Langille officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, Canadian Diabetes Association or Mount Hanley Baptist Church. On-line condolences may be made through: www.middletonfuneralhome.com

[NI04566] The Chronicle Herald 09/17/2009

MacKAY, Pauline Cora — Passed away on Tuesday, September 15, 2009, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, surrounded by her loving family. Born in Bethel, Me., she was a daughter of the late Fred and Grace (Crouse) Oickle. She is survived by son, Dale (Betty Lou), Bridgewater; daughter, Judy (Tom) Fahey, Upper Northfield; daughter-in-law, Betty Ann, Pinehurst; grandchildren, Alex, Robbie, Jeff, Angie and Greg; eight great-grandchildren; sister, Mary Veinotte, Berwick. She was predeceased by husband, Robert; son, Tammie; granddaughter, Mary; brothers, Paul, Bobby; sister, Leola. Visitation 7-9 p.m. Friday in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral 11 a.m. Saturday in Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, Upper Northfield, Rev. William Gustafson officiating. Burial will follow in the Old Upper Northfield Cemetery. Donations may be made to Mount Calvary Lutheran Church or a charity of choice. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI04567] OICKLE, Paul Westley - 67, West Northfield, Lunenburg County, died September 11, 1993, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Bethel, Me., he was a son of the late Fred Angus and Grace (Crouse) Oickle. He served with the Royal Canadian Army in Europe during the Second World War. After the war, he worked in the woods and in mills and then settled in driving trucks until he retired in 1978. He was a member of New West Pine United Church. He is survived by a daughter, Kathleen, Wilmot; six sons, Donald, Hebbville; Fred, Waterville; Wayne, West Northfield; Steven, Turner Heights; Basil, Lunenburg; Mitchell, Lower Branch; 13 grandchildren; three sisters, Mary Veinotte, Morristown; Pauline Mackay, East Dalhousie; Leola (Mrs. Eugene McKeen), Pinehurst; brother, Cecil (Bobby), Pinehurst. He was predeceased by a son, Roger; infant granddaughter, Annette. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral will be 11 a.m. Tuesday in New West Pine United Church, Pinehurst, Rev. Grant Walls officiating. Burial will be in New West Pine Cemetery. Donations may be made to New Germany Legion.

[NI04568] Wednesday October 19, 2005 The Chronicle Herald

OICKLE, Cecil Robert "Bobby" - 75, New Germany, passed away on Monday, October 17, 2005, in Mountain Lea Lodge, Bridgetown. Born in Bethel, Me., he was a son of the late Fred and Lina (Woodworth) Oickle. He is survived by his sons, Dana (Wendy), New Canada; Alan (Doreen), Simpsons Corner; Franklyn (Thelma), North River; Michael (Theresa), Springfield; and Matthew, Dalhousie; sisters, Pauline MacKay, New Germany; Mary Veinot, Berwick; and Leola (Eugene) McKean, Pinehurst; eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his brother, Paul. Visitation 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. today in Sweeny's Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany, where the funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Thursday, Rev. Clayton Austin officiating. Burial will follow in Pinehurst Community Cemetery. Family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or to the family. On-line condolences may be made at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI04569] The Chronicle Herald Monday November 13, 2006

McKEAN, Leola Grace - 74, Pinehurst, Lunenburg Co., passed away on Saturday, November 11, 2006, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Lake Paul, she was a daughter of the late Fred Angus and Grace Cora (Crouse) Oickle. She was a member of New West Pine United Church, Pinehurst, and former member of the Pinehurst Ladies Auxiliary. Prior to retirement, she was a greenhouse worker and later was employed with Family and Children Services of Lunenburg County. For pastimes, she enjoyed sewing, quilting, crocheting afghans for gifts, and enjoyed baking and decorating cakes for all occasions. Surviving are her husband, Eugene; daughters, Barbara (David) Ramey, Pinehurst; Sharon (Ivan) Veinot, Scarsdale; son, Peter (Darlene) McKean, Pinehurst; sisters, Pauline MacKay, New Germany; Mary Veinotte, Berwick; grandchildren, Corey, Lori, Heidi, Shawn, Crystal; great-grandchildren, Grace, Colby, Taylor, Riley; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by grandson, James; brothers, Cecil "Bobby" Oickle, Paul Oickle. Visitation for family and friends 7-9 p.m. today in Sweeny's Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany. Funeral service will be 11 a.m. Tuesday in New West Pine United Church, Pinehurst, Rev. Joan Conrad officiating. Burial will follow in Pinehurst Community Cemetery. Family flowers only, donations may be made to Pinehurst Community Cemetery or a charity of choice. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI04570] Pinehurst Community Cemetery

OICKLE
Fred Angus
November 5, 1888.
June 24, 1949.

Grace Cora 1901-1985


OICKLE
Julia Blanche
January 5, 1927.
June 3, 1978

Paul Wesley
December 16, 1925.
September 11, 1993.

Fred Angus Oickle 1949

The death of Fred Angus Oickle occurred June 24 at his home in Pinehurst
after a lenghty illness. He was born at Maitland, Lunenburg County, 60 years ago, the son of the late Solomon and Louise Silver Oickle. He spent the greater part of his life at Dalhousie, Kings County, moving to Pinehurst two years ago.
Surviving are his wife, two sons, Paul of Aylesford, Kings County; Robert ,
at home; three daughters, Pauline, Mrs. Robert MacKay of Upper Northfield;
Mary, Mrs. Murray Veinot of Dalhousie East; Leola, Mrs.Eugene McKean of
Pinehurst; and one sister, Eva, Mrs. Charles Whidden of Stillwater,
Guysborough County; also three grandchildren. The funeral services were held on Monday, June 27, at the United Church, Pinehurst, services conducted by Rev. S.G. MacQueen. Pallbearers were Rex MacKay, Lowell Veinot, Stillman Clattenburg, Harold Veinot, Ira MacKay, and Robert MacKay. Interment was in Pinehurst Cemetery.

Rosemary Rafuse

[NI04580] The sudden passing of Mrs. Lloyd Lutz occurred at her home, Nicholsville, on Monday, Dec. 27. She leaves besides her husband, two daughters, Myrtle, Lakeview; Maxwell at home; also five sons, Bernie, Aldershot; Aubrey, Morristown; Medford, Berwick; Calvin at home; and Judson, who has just arrived safely oversears. She was 48 years old. Funeral was held from her home Wednesday afternoon, Dec 29, a 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. S. G. MacQueen

[NI04618] The Chronicle HeraldTuesday May 15, 2007

HICKS, Lloyd Russell - 84, Digby, passed away May 13, 2007, at home. Born in Round Hill, Annapolis Co., on August 23, 1922, he was a son of the late Leprllet and Bertha (Cress) Hicks. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 20, Digby, and held several offices. He was the parade commander for the November 11 ceremony for several years. He was a member of Trinity Anglican Church, Digby, where he sang in the choir, was a warden and treasurer. He was a veteran of the Second World War. In his earlier years, he worked on the railroad. After the war, he worked with his brother Harry, and in 1954 he opened his own barbershop. Surviving are his daughters, Leulla (Robert) Marshall, Lynda (John) Baxter; sons, Dudley (Sharon) Hicks, Richard (Gail) Hicks; nine grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; eight great great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, Thelma; sisters, Lena and Hazel; brothers, LeRoy, Burt, Harry, Carl, and Reg; one grandson. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today with Legion service at 7 p.m., in Jayne's Funeral Home, 7 Birch St., Digby. Funeral service 2 p.m. Wednesday in Trinity Anglican Church, Digby, Rev. Canon K.M. Vaughan officiating. Private interment in Bayview Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to the Parkinson Society Canada, Maritime Region, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or Digby General Hospital.

[NI04622] The Chronicle Herald and/or Mail Star Published: Sat, 2 Jul 1994,
"Obituary", Page D18

HICKS, Thelma Allilian - 70, Digby, died July 1, 1994, in Valley
Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Springfield, Mass., she was a
daughter of the late Vernon and Nina (Starratt) DeLaney. She was a
member of Trinity Anglican Church, Digby, where she served on various
church council committees. She was past president of Tops; ladies
auxiliary of Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 20 and a volunteer worker
with Tideview Terrace, Digby. She is survived by her husband, Lloyd
Russell; two daughters, Luella (Mrs. Robert Marshall), Clementsport;
Linda (Mrs. John Baxter), Lower Sackville; two sons, Dudley, Head of
Chezzetcook; Richard, Mount Uniacke; nine grandchildren; two
great-granddaughters. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. tonight, 2-4, 7-9
p.m. Sunday in Jayne's Funeral Home, Digby. Funeral will be 2 p.m.
Monday in Trinity Anglican Church. Burial will be in Bayview United
Cemetery. Donations may be made to Trinity Anglican Church fund.

[NI04624] SLAUENWHITE, Alma Grace - 90, Shoreham Village Home for Special Care, Chester, formerly of the Belnan and Elmsdale areas, died February 21, 1993, in the home. Born in Lower Northfield, Lunenburg County, she was a daughter of the late Timothy and Charlotte (Conn) Oickle. She was a member of Elmsdale United Church and an honorary member of the Canadian Bible Society. She was an avid gardener and operated a greenhouse in Elmsdale for several years. She is survived by three daughters, Annie Lively, Enfield; Jean Howlett, Chester; Mary Cameron, Wellington Station; three sisters, Lorena Naugler, Lunenburg; Beatrice Mailman, Toronto; Bertha Zwicker, Windsor; brother, Harold Oickle, The Forties; 13 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, William; three sisters, Eveline, Muriel, Bernice; two brothers, Gordon, Clayton. The body is in Davis Funeral Home, Chester, visiting 7-9 p.m. today, where funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, Rev. Robert Zinck officiating. Burial will be in Sandy Hill Cemetery, Nine Mile River. Donations may be made to Shoreham Village Home Home for Special Care, Chester.

[NI04627] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 03/06/96
Category: News
Page: C15

NAUGLER, Lorena Mae - 85, Harbour View Haven Home for Special Care, Lunenburg, formerly of Whynotts Settlement, died March 4, 1996, in the home. Born in 1910 in Lower Northfield, she was a daughter of the late Timothy and Charlotte (Conn) Oickle. Surviving are sons, Robert, Ronald, Charles, Whynotts Settlement; daughters, Gladys (Mrs. Bernard MacDonald), Whynotts Settlement; Helen (Mrs. Ronald Haines), Prince George, B.C.; Linda (Mrs. Keith Eisnor), Bridgewater; brother, Harold, New Ross; twin sisters, Beatrice Mailman, Toronto; Bertha Zwicker, Three Mile Plains; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Oran; son, Glenwood; daughter, Phyllis; brothers, Clayton, Gordon; sisters, Muriel, Alma, Bernice, Evelyn. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Private family graveside committal service to be held at a later date in Whynotts Settlement Cemetery. No flowers by request. Donations to any charity.

[NI04629] Halifax Herald 11/24/2000

OICKLE, Harold Elliot - 76, Lunenburg, formerly of New Ross, Lunenburg Co., died November 22, 2000, in Harbour View Haven Home for Special Care, Lunenburg. Born in Northfield, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Timothy and Lottie (Con) Oickle. He was a member of Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 79, New Ross. Surviving are Reta Whynot, Bridgewater; daughters, Beverly Hubley, Hamilton, Ont.; Susan Faustman, Shearwater; Pauline Crouse, Bridgewater; Elsie Ramey, Lower Sackville; sisters, Beatrice Keeping, Scarborough, Ont.; Bertha Zwicker, Windsor, Hants Co.; nine grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Grace Landry; common-law-wife, Erna Sudsbury; sisters, Alma, Lorena, Evelyn, Bernice, Muriel; brothers, Gordon, Clayton. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Saturday, funeral 2 p.m. Sunday, both in R.A. Corkum Funeral Home, Wileville, Captains Doug and Donna Knee officiating. Burial in Maple Grove Cemetery, West Northfield. Family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to the Parkinson's Foundation of Canada or Harbourview Haven Home for Special Care, Lunenburg.

[NI04631] The Chronicle Herald Fri, September 26th, 2008

ZWICKER, Bertha Ruby - 80, Windsor, Hants Co., passed away peacefully Wednesday, September 24, 2008, in Dykeland Lodge, Windsor. Born February 7, 1928, in Lower Northfield, Lunenburg Co., she was a daughter of the late Timothy and Charlotte (Corn) Oickle. Bertha was a member of the Salvation Army Church in Windsor. She was an avid card player and bowler and a former school bus driver for 22 years at McCluskey Transportation Services in Toronto. Bertha is survived by sons, Andrew (Sandra) Robinson, Toronto; Gary (Marilyn) Wentzell, Bridgewater; daughter, Marcia (Darwin) Ewart, Toronto; grandchildren, Anna and Sarah Wentzell; sister, Beatrice (Walter) Mailman, Toronto. She was predeceased by her first husband, Wilfred J. Robinson and companion, Chester Wentzell; brothers, Gordon, Clayton and Harold; sisters, Evelyn Oickle, Alma Slaunwhite, Lorena Naugler, Bernice Nauss, and Muriel Sarty. Arrangements have been entrusted to Lohnes-DeMont Funeral Service, 419 Albert St., Windsor (902-798-8317). There will be no visitation as per Bertha's wishes. A graveside service will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, September 27, in Maplewood Cemetery, 1186 King St., Windsor, Major Ross Grandy officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Bertha may be made to Canadian Cancer Society, 5826 South St., Halifax, NS B3H 1S6, or any Salvation Army. Private messages of condolence may be made in the "Guest Book" at: www.familycare.ca

[NI04635] OICKLE, Beatrice M. - 85, Lower Northfield, Lunenburg County, died September 9, 1994, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Lower Northfield, she was a daughter of the late Paul and Martha (Slauenwhite) Oickle. She is survived by her husband, Wallace; three daughters, Agnes (Mrs. Harold Veinot), Oakland; Gladys (Mrs. Fred Feener), Maitland; Peggy (Mrs. Rex MacKay), Lower Northfield; son, Elliott, Lower Northfield; brother, Clarence, Lower Northfield; 13 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild. She was predeceased by a son, Douglas; three infant children; granddaughter, Doris Veinotte; twin sister, Beulah; two brothers, Walter, Wesley. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater, where funeral will be 1:30 p.m. Monday, Rev. John Pierce officiating. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, West Northfield. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to South Shore Regional Hospital Foundation or Maple Grove Cemetery fund.

[NI04648] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 05/30/97
Category: News
Page: D20

ZINCK, Viola May - 90, Hillsview Acres, Middlefield, Queens Co., died May 28, 1997, in Queens General Hospital, Liverpool. She was a daughter of the late Samuel and Cassandra (Jodrey) Kaulback. Surviving are son, Russell, LaHave Manor Group Home, Bridgewater. She was predeceased by her husband, Dennis; sister, Blanche; brother, Clayton. Cremation under the direction of South Shore Crematorium. No visitation. Funeral 10:30 a.m. today in Hemford Cemetery, Rev. Wayne Mitton officiating. Donations to Hillsview Acres bus fund. Arrangements entrusted to Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany.

Note: in her marriade it states her mother as Annia White

[NI04650] Clayton Kaulbach was not the Natural child of Wellington. His real parents were Samuel & Cassandra(Joudrey) Kaulback.
Clayton was killed in Action Overseas in WW2.

[NI04661] !obituary from Jean YOUNG - Mrs. Margaret KEDDY, 79, of Forest Home, Kings County, died Sunday in Blanchard Fraser Memorial Hospital, Kentville. Born in North River, Kings County, she was a daughter of the late George ARENBURG and Maria (VEINOTT) KEDDY. Surviving are six sons , James, Forest Home; Harry, New Minas; Robert, Billtown; Cecil, Port Williams; Mel, Berwick ; and Frank, Forest Home; eight daughters, Frances, Wolfville; Rita (Mrs. Melbourne LLEWELLYN) , Cambridge; Violet (Mrs. Allen SILVER), Berwick; Mary (Mrs. Clifford PEMBERTON), Coldbrook; Leona (Mrs. James FEENER), New Minas; Margaret (Mrs. Stanley BEZANSON), Forest Home; Alice (Mrs . URQUHART), Ont.; Hattie (Mrs. Clyde SPENCER), Windsor; four brothers, Frank, Kentville; William, Greenwich; Joe, Dartmouth; and Harry, Berwick; two sisters, Sarah (Mrs. Henry BUTLER), North Alton; Mrs. Jennie DeLONG, Kentville; and 50 grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Ambrose. The body is at the H.C.Lindsay Funeral Home, Kentville. Funeral service will b e held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the St.James Anglican Church, Kentville, Rev. Gordon NICHE as sisted by Archdeacon L. W. Mosher officiating. Interment will be in Elm Grove Cemetery.
!NOTE: parents were George and Maria (VEINOTT) ARENBURG; Rev.Gordon NEISH officiated

[NI04663] Sarah BUTLER dies at 95 in Kentville - Kentville, Sarah Wilhemia BUTLER, 95, North Alton, died Thursday in Blanchard Fraser Memorial Hospital. Born in North River, she was a daughter of the late George and Marie (VEINOT) ARENBURG. She was a resident of Annapolis Valley all her life and was a member of St.James Anglican Church, Kentville.
She is survived by six sons, George, Forest Home; Frederick and Donald, both of North Alton ; Perry, Granville Ferry; Avard, Kentville; Edgar, Woodville; nine daughters, Gladys WELTON and Hattie (Mrs. Gardner DODGE), both of North Alton; Nellie (Mrs. Robert WARD), Jennie (Mrs. Peter McKINNIE) and Susie (Mrs. John ELLS), all of Toronto; Mamie (Mrs. Chester HUDSON), Granvill e Ferry; Leah (Mrs. Joseph JESS), Wolfville; Hilda (Mrs. Raymond CULLEN), Trenton, Ont.; Sarah (Mrs. Chestley WEIR), White Rock; a sister, Jennie DeLONG, Kentville; 65 grandchildren, 90 great-grandchildren and several great-great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband , Henry; four brothers, Frank, Joseph, William and Harry; five sisters, Margaret, Susan, Nellie, Mabel and Ida. The body will be at H.C.LINDSAY Memorial Chapel, Kentville, after 1:30 p m Sunday. Funeral will be 2 pm Monday at St.James Anglican Church, Kentville, Rev.Canon S.J.P .DAVIES officiating. Burial will be in Elm Grove Cemetery. Donations may be made to the Valley Regional Hospital Building Fund.

!corrections to obit: Chestley WEIR should be Chetley WEIR.

[NI04665] !obituary from Jean YOUNG - Mrs. James CARSON, 72, of Windsor, died Sunday at her home. Born in South Alton, Kings County, she was the former Susan Amanda ARENBURG, daughter of the late George and Maria (VEINOTT) ARENBURG. She is survived by her husband; five daughters, Marie, (Mrs. Peter DEMONKSEY), Sudbury, Ont.; Ethel (Mrs. Embert LANTZ), Bramber; Dorothy (Mrs. Gilbert C ARD) in Massachusetts; Evelyn, at home; Caroline (Mrs. Murray LIGHTFOOT) in New Jersy; a son , James, Sudbury, Ont.; three sisters, Sarah (Mrs. Henry BUTLER) and Maggie (Mrs. Ambrose KEDDY ), both of South Alton; Mrs. Jennie DeLONG, Kentville; four brothers, Frank, Kentville; Bill , New Minas; Joe, Dartmouth; Harry, Berwick; 18 grandchildren and a great-grandchild. She was predeceased by two brothers and four sisters. The body is at Lohnes Funeral Home, Windsor , where funeral will be held held today at 2 p.m. Rev.Gerad Steeves will officiate. Burial will be in Maplewood Cemetery.
!according to Frank ARENBURG, Kentville (2003), George was raised by Sydney and his wife

[NI04667] William Henry ARENBURG, 73, of Greenwich, died Friday in Blanchard Fraser Memorial Hospital, Kentville. Born in North River Road, he was a son of the late George and Maria (VEINOTTE) ARENBURG. Surviving are his wife, the former Josephine WALSH; two sisters, Sarah, (Mrs. Henry BUTLER) and Mrs. Jennie DeLONG, both of Kentville; two brothers, Frank, Kentville; Harry, Berwick. He was predeceased by five sisters and four brothers. The body is at W.C. Hiltz Funeral Home, Kentville, where funeral will be held Sunday at 2 p.m., Rev. Byron Fenwick officiating. Burial will be in Elm Grove Cemetery at a later date.

[NI04668] Joseph Charles Arenburg, 71, of 204 Portland Street, Dartmouth, died Monday in
Dartmouth General Hospital. Born in North River, Kings County, he was a son of
the late George and Myria (Vienot) Arenburg. Surviving are his wife, the
former Grace McCulloch; one daughter Gail (Mrs John Gray), Dartmouth; two
sons, Laurie, Vancouver, B C, Vernon, Dartmouth; two sisters, Sarah (Mrs Henry
Buckler), and Mrs Jennie Delong, both of Kentville; three brothers, Frank and
William, both of Kentville, Harry, Berwick; and nine grandchildren. He was
predeceased by two daughters, Ethel and Lina; one son Gordon; three sisters,
Nellie, Mabel and Susan; and two brothers, Matthew and Sidney. The body is at
Withrow MacMillan Funeral Home, Upper Nine Mile River. Funeral service will
be held tomorrow at 2 pm in St James Presbyterian Church, Noel Road, Rev Owen
Channon officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made to the Nova Scotia Heart Foundation. (CH of
Wednesday, Jan 25 1978, pg 27)

[NI04669] !obituary: Berwick - Harry Cornelius ARENBURG, 71 of Berwick died Wednesday in Western King s Memorial Hospital, Berwick. Born in North River, Kings County, he was the son of the late George and Myria (VEINOTTE) ARENBURG.
He is survived by his wife, the former Evelyn LOWE; a son, Paul, Berwick; five daughters, Mrs. Phyllis KALSEN, Ottawa; Alice (Mrs. Joseph DAIGLE), South Berwick; Mable (Mrs. Carroll LEWELLYN), Waterville; Shirley (Mrs.William COOK), Toronto; and Joyce (Mrs. Arthur REDDEN), Kentville; a brother, Frank, Kentville; two sisters, Sara (Mrs. HENRY BUTLER), and Mrs.Jennie DeLONG , both of Kentville; and 12 grandchildren. He was predeceased by a son Donald and several brothers and sisters. The body will be in the H.C.LINDSAY Funeral Home,Berwick after 7pm Thursday. Funeral service will be there 2:20pm Friday, Rev.Bernard ARMSTRONG officiating, with burial in Berwick Cemetery.
!note: Mother's name is Maria.

[NI04671] DELONG, Jennie Victoria - 82, New Minas, formerly of Kentville, died April 4, 1997, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born at North River Road, Kings Co., she was a daughter of the late George and Annie (Veinot) Arenburg. She was a member of New Horizons Senior Citizens Group; an honorary member of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 6 Ladies Auxiliary, and had been employed at K&P Handyland, Kentville. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Surviving are several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Blake Delong; six sisters and six brothers. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday, Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary service 7 p.m. Sunday, funeral 11 a.m. Monday, all in W.C. Hiltz Funeral Parlour, Kentville, Archdeacon Kenneth Vaughan and Rev. Sue Beare officiating. Burial in Elm Grove Cemetery, Steam Mill. Donations to Evergreen Home for Special Care residents van fund.

[NI04683] Phillipina, age 89, widow, living with son Casper and his second wife Catherine at time of 1871 Census,Lun. Co; N.S.
Phillipina apparently not still alive at time of 1881 Census
Notes from : Patricia Smith

[NI04713] never married

[NI04722] The Chronicle Herald Sat, December 27th, 2008

ZWICKER, Robert Maxwell -89, Middle Cornwall, passed away December 25, 2008, in the South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Robert, the son of the late Arthur and Albertha (Eisenhauer) Zwicker, was born on his parent's farm on September 20, 1919. He grew up to love the farm and made it his life, with his bride, Grace, on the old homestead. Over the years, besides his family, gardening became his greatest love. He had many large gardens in which he grew all sorts of vegetables. He loved to have people visit and taste his latest creations. He had the greatest smile on his face when they would advise him it was "the best they ever tasted". When the local paper chose Robert for a profile in their seniors insert in 2001, at the age of 81 years old, he sat with pride for a photo, in his garden of broad beans. Robert loved it when people would join him on his veranda to sit and visit for a while. Robert is survived by his loving wife, Grace (Bruhm) Zwicker; sons, Maxwell (Brenda) Zwicker, George (Christine) Zwicker, all of Middle Cornwall; daughters, Evangeline Whynot, Northwest; Madeline (Wayne) Oxner, Lilydale; Pauline (Merlin) Spidle, Lower Cornwall; 13 loving grandchildren; 14 precious great-grandchildren. A son predeceased Robert, in infancy as well as his sister, Gracia; brother-in-law, Frank Dauphinee and son-in-law, Fenwick Whynot. There will be no visiting hours by request. A funeral service will be held 2 p.m., Monday, December 29 in Mahone Funeral Home, 32 Parish St., Mahone Bay, Rev. Douglas Porter officiating. Burial will be in New Cornwall Memorial Gardens, New Cornwall. Immediate family flowers only please. Memorial donations may be made to New Cornwall Memorial Gardens; New Cornwall United Baptist Church or any other charity. Arrangements entrusted to Mahone Funeral Home (902) 624-8241 or on-line at: www.mahonefuneral.ca

[NI04725] Friday, May 13, 2005 The Halifax Herald Limited

WHYNOT, Helen Elfreda "Freda" - 77, Danesville, passed away May 11, 2005, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in West Northfield, she was a daughter of the late Angus and Elma (Woodworth) Bruhm. Freda was a housewife all her life. She loved her family, knitting and bingo. She is survived by her daughters, Sylvia Whynot (Derrick Smicer), Halifax; Linda (Wade) Hatt, Danesville; Sheila (Roger) Lohnes, Rhodes Corner; Patsy Johnson (John Moreau), Bridgewater; Marilyn Johnson, Danesville; sons, Rayburne (Janie), Middlewood; Raymond (Kim), Danesville; Ronald (Kathy), Italy Cross; 23 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren and one stepgrandson; sisters, Ola Whynot, Grace Zwicker, Shirley Tanner, and Pearl Trethewey; brothers, Percy and Randolph. She was predeceased by her husband, Malcolm; grandson, Benjamin; sisters, Phyllis, Hilda, Vivian, and Betty; brothers, Gerald and Warren. Visitation will take place 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. on Sunday, May 15, in Chandlers' Funeral Home, Liverpool. Funeral service will take place 2 p.m. Monday, May 16, in Middlewood United Church, Middlewood, Rev. Karen Ohrt officiating. Burial will follow in Middlewood United Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Canadian Diabetes Association or Danesville United Church. On-line condolences may be sent to: www.chandlersfuneral.com

[NI04730] The Chronicle Herald Thu, March 12th, 2009

TRETHEWEY, Harry LeRoy - 76, New Germany, Lunenburg Co., passed away on Tuesday, March 10, 2009, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, with his daughter and granddaughter by his side. Born in New Germany, he was a son of the late Leslie and Bernice Trethewey. Harry was a member of IOOF Maple Lodge, New Germany and prior to his illness, he was a woodworker, spending much of his time in his workshop. Surviving are his wife, Pearl Florence (Bruhm); daughter, Edith (Kevin) Himmelman, Chelsea; sons, Gregory (Donna), Pinehurst; Bruce (Solange), Moncton, N.B.; grandchildren, Jordan, Adam, Matthew, Justin, Alexander, Jake, William and Leslie; great-grandchildren, Desirae and Ethan; sister, Maxine (Charles) Musgrove, Dartmouth; brother, Horton (Lorna), Sackville; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a brother, Clyde Arthur Trethewey. There will be no visitation or funeral service at this time. Interment will be at a later date. No flowers by request. Donations in Harry's memory may be made to IWK Health Centre Foundation or charity of choice. Arrangements entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Home, New Germany, where on-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI04733] Halifax Herald 2/4/2000

BRUHM, Gerald Maxfield - 77, West Northfield, died February 2, 2000, in the South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in West Northfield, he was a son of the late Angus and Elma (Woodworth) Bruhm. Surviving are daughter Deborah Fancey, Upper Northfield; sons, Maxwell, Upper LaHave; Wayne, Wentzell Lake; five grandchildren; one great-grandson; brothers, Percy, Bridgewater; Randolph, West Northfield; sisters, Ola Whynot, Middlewood; Freda Whynot, Danesville; Shirley Tanner, Dayspring; Pearl Trethewey, New Germany; Grace Zwicker, Cornwall. He was predeceased by his wife, Phyllis; brother, Warren; sisters, Betty Bruhm, Hilda Veinot, Phyllis Corkum, Vivian Bruhm. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today, in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral 2 p.m. Saturday, in St. Andrews Lutheran Church, West Northfield, Rev. William Gustafson officiating. Burial in Maple Grove Cemetery, West Northfield. Flowers accepted. Donations to St. Andrews Lutheran Church, West Northfield.

[NI04736] Tombstone reads Louise

[NI04740] Lomer Thomas Arthur Langille 1998 Halifax Herald

LANGILLE, Lomer Thomas Arthur - 77, Fauxburg, Lunenburg Co., died October 28, 1998, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Fauxburg, he was a son of the late Arthur Harold and Ida Marie (Veinot) Langille. He worked for many years with Irving Oil Co. Ltd. as a truck driver and later with Bailly's Fuels Ltd., Lunenburg, retiring in 1986. Surviving are his wife, the former Frances Lorraine Barteaux; son, Kerry, Calgary; foster sons, David, Lunenburg; Morton, at home; sisters, Jean (Mrs. Hugh Knickle), Fauxburg; Pauline (Mrs. Lloyd Lillis), Second Peninsula; brothers, Alfred, Bridgewater; Harold, Lunenburg. He was predeceased by brother, Earl. Graveside committal service 1 p.m. Saturday in Northwest Cemetery, Northwest, Rev. Robyn Brown-Hewitt officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations to any charity. Arrangements entrusted to Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, Lunenburg.

[NI04744] Earl A.R. Langille 1977 Bridgewater Bulletin

The sudden death of Earl A.R. Langille, 45, took place in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, on September 21, 1977.
He was the son of Mrs. Harold (Ida M.) Langille and the late A.Harold Langille, Northwest, where he spent his early life.
Following his marriage to Jeanette Zinck, Feltzen South, they resided on York Street, Lunenburg, until going to Calgary three years ago.
A welder by trade, he had been employed by the Lunenburg Foundry and Engineering Limited.
Surviving besides his mother and his wife are three daughters, Peggy, Calgary; Valerie and Jody, at home; brothers, Lomer and Harold Jr., Northwest; Alfred, Bridgewater; sisters, Jean (Mrs.Hugh Knickle), Northwest; and Pauline (Mrs. Lloyd Lillis), Second Peninsula; also a host of uncles,aunts, and cousins who regret his passing.
Funeral service was held in Zion's Lutheran Church, Wetaskiwin, Alberta. Interment was in the Memorial Cemetery there.

[NI04748] LANGILLE, Frances Loraine - 78, of Harbour View Haven Home for Special Care, Lunenburg, and formerly of Northwest, passed away Wednesday, September 27, 2006, in Harbour View Haven, Lunenburg. Born in Nictaux Falls, she was a daughter of the late Shirley and Mabel (Varner) Barteaux. In her earlier years, Frances taught school, and later nursed for two years at the Seniors Home in Bridgetown. She was a member of Central United Church, Lunenburg. She is survived by son, Kerry Langille, Northwest; foster sons, David Knickle, Lunenburg; Morton Knickle and companion, Phyllis Benoit, Northwest; sister, Janice Wagner, Berwick; stepsisters, Joy (Tom) Bird, Bridgewater; Ann, Halifax; and Beth Barteaux, Halifax. She was predeceased by her husband, Lomer Thomas Langille; brother-in-law, Richard Wagner; and stepmother, Cora Barteaux. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, 11213 Highway 3, Lunenburg. A graveside and committal service will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m. in Northwest Baptist Church Cemetery, Northwest, Rev. Grace Caines-Corkum officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the family or to a charity of your choice. www.sweenyfuneralhome.ca

[NI04752] The Chronicle Herald Thu, May 14th, 2009

LANGILLE (Zinck), Jeanette Eileen - 71, Lunenburg, passed away Sunday, May 10, 2009. Born on February 26, 1938, in Feltzen South, she was a daughter of the late Loraine and Marjorie (Creaser) Zinck. Jeanette is survived by her daughters, Peggy, Yorktown, Va.; Valerie Joudrey, Lower Sackville and Jody Hiltz, Lunenburg; her beloved grandsons, Cody and Eric Rodenhiser, Catlin Joudrey and Dylan Hiltz. She is also survived by sisters, Madelyn Wentzell, Feltzen South; Janice Pelley, Halifax; brothers, Alexander Zinck, Lunenburg; Dale Zinck, First South, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Earl. At her request, Jeanette has donated her body to Dalhousie Medical Science. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, 11213, Hwy No. 3, Lunenburg, where a service to celebrate Jeanette's life will be held Saturday at 11 a.m., Rev. Vivian Roberts officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to a charity of your choice. www.sweenyfuneralhome.ca

[NI04753] The Chronicle Herald Tuesday December 5, 2006

LILLIS, Lloyd St. Clair - 74, Second Peninsula, passed away Sunday, December 3, 2006, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Whynott's Settlement, he was the son of the late John and Marguerite (Veinotte) Lillis, and was brought up by his grandparents, Enos and Florence Veinotte. In his earlier years, Lloyd went to sea on Columbia University's Research Vessel, Vema, and then went to work as a fabricator with ABCO Industries, Lunenburg, for over 40 years. Lloyd is survived by daughter, Colette Lillis (Brenton Wagner), Stonehurst; sons, Bentley (Katherine Zinck), First South; Berkley (April Zinck), Second Peninsula; and Colin (Heather), Bridgewater. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Pauline Langille, and a sister in infancy. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, 11213 Highway 3, Lunenburg, where a memorial service in celebration of Lloyd's life will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m., Rev. Robert Zinck officiating. Interment will be in Second Peninsula Cemetery, Second Peninsula. Flowers from the immediate family only. Memorial donations may be made to a charity of choice. www.sweenyfuneralhome.ca

[NI04754] 1911 / Nova Scotia / Lunenburg / 25 Midville / page 7
Penney John M Head M Apr 1861 50
Penney Mary F Wife M Sep 1869 41
Penney Jimmie M Son S Jan 1887 24
Penney Robert M Son S Jun 1890 20
Vienotte Beulah F Daughter M May 1892 19
Penney Mable F Daughter S Apr 1894 17
Penney Archie M Son S Apr 1896 15
Penney Laurie M Son S Jun 1898 12
Penney Warren M Son S Aug 1900 10
Penney Stewart M Son S Jul 1902 8
Penney Gladys F Daughter S Aug 1905 5
Penney Audrey F Daughter S Aug 1910 10/12
Vienotte Stanley M Son-in-law M Dec 1888 22
Vienotte Grace F Granddaughter S Nov 1910 6/12

[NI04757] 1911 / Nova Scotia / Lunenburg / 25 Midville / page 7
Penney John M Head M Apr 1861 50
Penney Mary F Wife M Sep 1869 41
Penney Jimmie M Son S Jan 1887 24
Penney Robert M Son S Jun 1890 20
Vienotte Beulah F Daughter M May 1892 19
Penney Mable F Daughter S Apr 1894 17
Penney Archie M Son S Apr 1896 15
Penney Laurie M Son S Jun 1898 12
Penney Warren M Son S Aug 1900 10
Penney Stewart M Son S Jul 1902 8
Penney Gladys F Daughter S Aug 1905 5
Penney Audrey F Daughter S Aug 1910 10/12
Vienotte Stanley M Son-in-law M Dec 1888 22
Vienotte Grace F Granddaughter S Nov 1910 6/12

Berwick Cemetery
Veinot Beulah M. Stanley J. Veinot, 1888-1964. His wife Beulah M.
1892-1964 Berwick C 11

[NI04758]
MRS DAVID HEWITT

Mrs David Hewett age 86, of Digby died Saturday at the Digby General Hospital. Born in Lunenburg, she was the former Mae Alfreda Venoit, daughter of the late Richard and Ruemma (Venoit) Venoit.
She is survived by one son; Harold of Digby; one daughter, Nina (Mrs William Webber) of Digby;one sister Lillian (Mrs Reginald Kendall), of Harwichport, Mass, 14 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. She was predeceased by one son and four brothers.
Body rested at Jayne's Funeral Home, Digby. Funeral Services was held on Tuesday at 2.00 p.m. from the Anglican Church in Digby. The Rev Michael Boyd officiated with interment in the Round Hill Cemetery, Round Hill Annapolis County (Feb 3 1977 )

[NI04760] Found in Newburn Anglican Church Records ,name as Arlin Ray.

[NI04764] The Register, Berwick, Kings Co., Nova Scotia
NSARM, Halifax, Nova Scotia mfm #4027
1931 - Published on Wednesday
Extracted from microfilm by John Parker, © from NSARM, Halifax, Nova Scotia; mfm #4027; placed on the Internet by Phillip Vogler.

Powers, John B., s/o John & Mary Veinot Powers, Lun. Co., died at Berwick, 8 Aug, 68 years, m. Ella M. Borden. [12 Aug 1931 - obit].

[NI04778] Info on this family came from Christina (Cluney)Welsh

[NI04781] LOWE Gideon B 1844-02-22 1844-03-29 SJAL Simon Peter & Mary Ann
............................................................................................................................
Lowe Gideon M Head M Feb 22 1845 58
Lowe Sophia F Wife M Apr 7 1839 62
Slaugenwhite Norman M Lodger S Sep 1 1877 24

Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Northfield, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:a(1)
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

............................................................................................................................
1911 / Nova Scotia / Lunenburg / 32 Northfield / page 11
Lowe Gideon M Head W Feb 1843 68
Slauenwhite Norman M Adopted son M Sep 1876 34
Slauenwhite Laura F Daughter-in-law M Jun 1882 28
Slauenwhite Elmore F Granddaughter S Oct 1904 6
Slauenwhite Beatrice F Granddaughter S Nov 1905 5
Slauenwhite John M Grandson S Nov 1907 3
Slauenwhite Everette M Grandson S Apr 1911 1/12

I have found Norman as being the natural son of John Nicolaus Slauenwhite and Sarah Barry

[NI04787] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 01/25/99
Category: News
Page: C7

HILTZ, Reginald Harris - 71, Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay, formerly of Martins River, died January 23, 1999, in the home. Born in Martins River, he was a son of the late Aiden and Erna (Isnor) Hiltz. He was a member of St. Martin's Anglican Church, Martins River. He was a veteran of the Second World War, serving overseas with the Canadian Merchant Marine division. He was a former co-owner of Chester Fuels Ltd., Chester. Surviving are his wife, the former Irene F. Whynock, Martins River; sons, Leslie, Wayne, Martins River; sisters, Pauline Cleveland, Martins River; Rita (Mrs. Robert Sears), Woodstock, Ont.; Thelma Porier, Surrey, B.C.; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by daughter, Faye in infancy; sisters, Loretta Hubley, Lila Whynot, Lillian Conrad, Dorothy Cleveland, Betty Anne Hiltz; brothers, Louis, Melburne. No visitation by request. Funeral 1 p.m. Tuesday in St. Mark's Anglican Church, Rev. Michael Mitchell officiating. Burial in St. Martins Cemetery. Donations to Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia. Arrangements entrusted to Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay.

[NI04792] ISNOR, Innes Drew - 80, Kingston, passed away Friday, March 17, 2006, in the New Halifax Infirmary, QEII. Born in Newburne, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Ernest and Mary (Oickle) Eisenhauer. Innes was a member of the Lutheran Church, Newburne, and the last surviving member of his immediate family. His last years of employment were spent with the C.E. Section at 14 Wing, Greenwood. He had a great love for ponies and was a member of the W.N.S.D.P.A. for over 30 years. For many years he owned and showed his draft ponies throughout the Valley at various exhibitions and was also a member of the Annapolis Valley Exhibition Committee. He was a past member of the Kingston Lions Club and was one of the many volunteers associated with the Kingston Steer Barbeque as well as the Port George Jamboree. He received a great deal of enjoyment from attending the jam sessions at Port George Community Hall. Surviving besides his wife, the former Bernice Craig-Morse, are daughter, Joyce (Reg) Huntley, East Kingston; sons, Roger (Mary Lee), Torbrook Mines, and Drew (Gwen), Port Wade; stepchildren, Brian (Cathy) Morse, Warren (Sylvia) Morse, Howard Morse, all of Kingston; Kim (Jennifer) Morse, Carlsbad Springs, Ont.; Zane (Judy) Morse, Margaretsville, and Stacey Morse, Banff, Alta.; grandchildren, Trevor (Theresa) Eisnor, Amherst; Paul (Irene) Eisnor, Sackville; Melissa (Brad) White, Nictaux; Jennifer (Andrew) Carter, Cambridge; Thomas Huntley, East Kingston; Troy (Darlene) Eisnor, Torbrook Mines, and Shelley (Greg) Durling, Margaretsville; six great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his first wife, the former Margaret Penny; sister, Phyllis Corkum, and brothers, Herman, Garnet, Moyle, Floyd and Alden. Visitation will be held from 7-9 p.m. Friday, March 24, in Middleton Funeral Home (902) 825-3448. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, March 25, in Kingston United Baptist Church, Rev. Leon Langille officiating. Private interment will be held in Aylesford Union Cemetery. By request, family flowers only. Donations in memory may be made to Aylesford Union Cemetery, Victorian Order of Nurses or a charity of your choice. On-line condolences may be sent to: middletonfh@ns.sympatico.ca

[NI04799] Wednesday, January 10, 2001 The Halifax Herald Limited

OICKLE, Clyde Emery - 71, Whites Lake, Halifax Co., died January 7, 2001, in the VG Site, QEII, Halifax, Palliative Care Unit. Born in Lower Northfield, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Emery Clyde and Fannie Ameila (Johnson) Oickle. He had worked for Maritime Paper retiring in 1991. Surviving are his wife, the former Betty Ann (Lawson) Baltzer Oickle; daughters, Mary and Yvonne, both of Halifax; sons, Miles "Eddy", Halifax; Bruce, Ontario; brothers, Floyd (Sheila), Jim (Regina), Tyrone (Susan), Miles (Janice); sisters, Irene (Mrs. Gordon Williams), Leora (Mrs. Everette MacDonald), Veronica (Mrs. James Edgar), Mary (Mrs. Wayne Thomas; a number of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his 1st wife, Elizabeth (Reynolds); 2nd wife, Velma P. (Ernst); infant son, Clyde. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. today in Atlantic Funeral Home, 6552 Bayers Road, Archdeacon Sue Moxley officiating. Interment to follow in Oakridge Memory Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society.

[NI04805] MacDONALD, Leora Matilda - 70, White's Lake, passed away peacefully at home
surrounded by her family on Tuesday, February 13, 2007. Born in Lower
Northfield, Bridgewater, she was a daughter of the late Emery and Fannie
(Johnson) Oickle. She grew up living her life in White's Lake with her love
of 52 years, Everett, where they married and raised their children. She
enjoyed life to the fullest and spending quality time with family and
friends. Her enjoyments in life included gardening, fishing, horseshoes,
four-wheeling, snowmobiling, knitting and sewing. She was a former member of
the Ladies Auxiliary and Ladies Dart League of the Royal Canadian Legio
Branch 153, White's Lake. She is survived by her loving husband, Everet
her son, Brad (Geralynn), Brookside; daughter, Luanne (Mike), White's Lake;
grandchildren, Michelle, Meghan, Michael, and Chastity. She is also survived
by sisters, Irene (Gordon) Williams, Spryfield; Veronica (Jim) Edgar,
Bayside; Mary (Wayne) Thomas, Sandy Cove; brothers, Floyd (Sheila) Oickle,
Brookside; Jim (Bev) Oickle, Blockhouse; Tyrone (Susan) Oickle, White's
Lake; Miles (Janice) Oickle, White's Lake; several nieces and nephews. She
was

[NI04817] The Chronicle HeraldThursday March 22, 2007

OICKLE, Ola Gertrude - 60, Prince Rupert, B.C., passed away on Sunday, March 11, 2007, in Prince Rupert General Hospital. Born in Truro, she was a daughter of the late Stanley and Gertrude (Moore) Oickle. She is survived by sisters, Carol Brown (Olan), Kemptown; Joan Cormier (Donald), Chezzetcook; Brenda Henderson (Edgar), Prince Rupert, B.C.; brothers, Stanley Oickle (Marlene), Port Colborne, Ont.; Ronald Oicke, Langley, B.C.; numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by brothers, Gerald and Oran Oickle. Cremation has taken place. No visitation by request. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, March 24, in Mattatall Funeral Home, 55 Young St., Truro, Rev. David MacNaughton officiating, with a reception to follow in the funeral home. Internment will be held at a later date in Watson Cemetery, Truro. Private messages of condolence may be sent to the family by visiting the "guest book" at: www.mattatallfh.com

[NI04823]
Everette Oickle
The community was deeply shocked and saddened on Tuesday evening, Jan. 15th., when word was received of the tragic death of Everette Oickle, Lower Northfield, which occurred while loading pulpwood at Riversdale, Colchester County. Born at Lower Northfield 36 years ago, he was the son of the late Simeon and Sarah (Zinck) Oickle. Surviving to mourn their loss are a sorrowing widow, the former Marie Whynot, of Brooklyn; two children, Maxine and Robert; also five brothers and four sisters, Willis, Kempt; Pearlie, Blockhouse; Emory, Prospect; Stanley, Truro; Oran, Lower Northfield; Mrs. Laura Oickle, Annapolis Royal; Mary, Mrs. Ernest Eisnor, Newburn; Princetta, Mrs. Cecil Oickle, Lower Northfield; and Olive, Mrs. Charles Aulenback, Blockhouse. He was a member of the Anglican faith and his funeral was held on Friday afternoon from his late home to the Union Church at West Northfield conducted by the rector, Rev. Martell. Interment was in Maple Grove cemetery.


Kathy Garber
www.nsobits.ca

[NI04824] In husband obit has (a sorrowing widow, the former Marie Whynot)
In daughters obit has (she was the daughter of the late Everett and Dora (Whynot) Oickle ) Did Dora go by the name Marie ???

[NI04827] The Chronicle HeraldMonday July 2, 2007

WHYNOT, Maxine P. - 67, Liverpool, passed away Saturday, June 30, 2007, in Queens General Hospital, Liverpool. Born in Bridgewater, she was the daughter of the late Everett and Dora (Whynot) Oickle. Maxine worked for Mersey Seafoods and was also a member of the Canoe and Camera Club. Maxine is survived by daughters, Doreen Smith, Liverpool; Darlene (George) Hatt, Lunenburg; Donna (Michael) Arnenburg, New Canada; Marjorie Cosby, Milton; sons, Syd (Midge Balcom), Mark (Louise), both of Milton; Stephen (Joan Wamboldt), Liverpool; sister, Brenda (John) Cunningham, Milton; brothers, Robert, Lockeport; Gary (Deborah) and Ronnie (Shelia), both of Milton; 10 grandchildren; three stepgrandchildren; a number of great-grandchildren and step great-grandchildren. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Chandlers' Funeral Home, Liverpool. Funeral service will be held Wednesday, July 4, in Chandlers' Funeral Chapel, Liverpool at 2 p.m., Rev. Greg Denton officiating. Burial will be at a later date. No flowers by request. Donations may be made to Queens General Hospital Foundation. On-line condolences may be made at: www.chandlersfuneral.com

[NI04836] Margaret E.M.
December 24, 1915.
March 22, 2006.

[NI04856] The Chronicle Herald Tue, August 5th, 2008

MURPHY, Grace Marguerite - 90, Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany, formerly of The Lodge, passed away peacefully with her family by her side on Monday, August 4, 2008 in Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany. Born in Mahone Bay on July 30, 1918, she was a daughter of the late Jason and Elnora (Oickle) Oickle. She is survived by her husband, Harris; son, Earl (Hazel); daughter, Nellie (Purvis); half-sister, Jean Robar, and great-niece, Tanya, who was like a granddaughter; also survived by several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her first husband, Dell M.; seven sisters and three brothers. Funeral service will be held in 11 a.m. Thursday, August 7, in St. Mark's Anglican Church, Mill Cove, Rev. Laura McCue Officiating. Burial to follow in St. James Anglican Church Cemetery, Fox Point. No visitation or flowers by request. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Rosedale Home for Special Care - Van Fund, New Germany, or a charity of choice. A big thank you to the wonderful staff at Rosedale for their support and compassion, also to Dr. Edwards for her kindness. On-line condolences can be made at: www.rawalker.ca

[NI04859] foster parents Leigh and Hilda Wentzell.

[NI04874] Halifax Chronicle-Herald 19 Feb 2004

CLEVERSEY, Grace Janet - 95, West LaHave, Lunenburg Co., passed away Tuesday, February 17, 2004, in Hillside Pines Nursing Home, Bridgewater, where she had been residing. Born in Camperdown, she was a daughter of the late Richard and Flora (Coombs) Hubley. Surviving are daughters, Florence (Dougald) Wile, Wileville; Hazel (Alden) DeLong, Lower Branch; Shirley Knickle, Bridgewater; son, Fred (Frances) Oickle, Lower Sackville; stepdaughter, Judith (Cam) Wilkin, Fredericton; stepson, Weston (Winnie) Cleversey, Dartmouth; sister, Mabel (Earl) Naugler, Hebbville; brother, James Hubley, Orillia, Ont.; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her first husband, Stanley Oickle; second husband, Caines Corkum; third husband, Bronson Cleversey; son, William; brothers, Moyle, Urban, John, George; sisters, Annie, Hattie. Visitation 2-4 p.m. Friday in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater, where funeral service will be 2 p.m., Saturday, Mr. Arnold Sarty officiating. Burial will follow in West LaHave Cemetery. Family flowers only, donations may be made to Parkinsons Society of Canada, Maritime Region or any charity. On-line condolences may be made to: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI04876] Mrs. Elva Weagle 1979 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death of Mrs.Elva Weagle took place suddenly on Saturday at the age of 77 years.
Born in Pine Grove, she was the daughter of the late Amos and Ladia (Whynot) Oickle.
Surviving are a sister, Mrs. William Conrad, Bridgewater; and a brother, Dell, Lower Branch. There are several nephews and nieces. She was predeceased by her husband, Marshall, five brothers,and two sisters.
After resting at the Mahone Funeral Home until Tuesday afternoon, she was taken to St. James Anglican Church where funeral services were held. Rev. W.E. Dye was the officiating clergyman. Music was provided by the organist, Miss Gertie Smeltzer and the church choir. Hymns sung were "O God of Bethel" and "The Lord's My Shepherd."
Burial was in the Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse. Pallbearers were Elmer Dorey, Harry Aulenback, Douglas Hirtle, Aubrey Balcome, Nathan Joudrey, and Roy Conrad.

RR

[NI04911] Town and County News Bridgewater Bulletin

January 21, 1930.

The death of Eldridge Kenneth Aulenback occurred at the home of his father on Friday afternoon, January 10th,at the early age of 17 years and 10 days, after a short illness. He was a bright young man and his genial disposition endeared him to many, who are very sorrowful in his passing. He is survived by his father, four brothers, and six sisters, Gordon of Halifax; Cyril, Fred, and Everett of Bridgewater; Mrs. Grant McGrath, Halifax; Mrs. Victor Hardy, Halifax; Mrs. Fred Jodrey, Mrs. Bert Jodrey, Mrs.William Zinck, and Mrs. Fred Weagle of Bridgewater.

RR

[NI04917] Mrs. Fred Weagle 1972 Bridgewater Bulletin

Mrs. Fred Weagle, 69, Bridgewater, died Sunday, December 10, 1972, at Halifax County Hospital. Born in Liverpool, she was the former Lottie Aulenback, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Aulenback. She is survived by her husband; two daughters, Shirley (Mrs. Thomas White), Halifax; Helen (Mrs. Fenwick Joudrey), Bridgewater; two sisters, Mrs. Violet McGrath, Halifax; Mrs. Elva Zinck, Wileville; one brother, Everett, Wileville; and two grandchildren, Connie and Marjorie White.
The body rested at Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral was held Tuesday at 3 p.m. from Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Rev. Ronald Harris officiating. Burial in Brookside Cemetery.

RR

[NI04920] In the book " Genealogy Descendants of Johann Philipp Aulenbach"...by Dougald (Duke) Aulenback
it has his birth year 1918...but brother Everette is born Nov. 22 1918

[NI04950] died 2yrs old

[NI04971] Halifax Herald 1/27/2004

CLUNEY, Wesley E.M. - 70, Head of Chezzetcook, passed away January 25, 2004, at home, after a lengthy illness. Born in Sherbrooke, he was a son of the late Sydney and Letia (Babineau) Cluney. Surviving are brothers, Carvel Cluney; Kenneth (Linda) Cluney; sisters, Edith Foster, Jeanette Hall; sister-in-law, Violet Cluney; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brothers, Raymond and Frederick; sister, Everist; stepfather, Glenn Aulinback. Cremation has taken place. Memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday, January 29, in Atlantic Funeral Home, 771 Main St., Dartmouth. Burial will be held at a later date in Sherbrooke. Donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society. On-line condolences may be made to: www.atlanticfuneralhomes.com

[NI04997] Wednesday, February 2, 2005 The Halifax Herald Limited

LEADLEY, William Leonard "Bill" - 64, Dartmouth, passed away January 27, 2005. Born March 16, 1940, in Saint John, N.B., he was the son of the late Harold and Beulah Leadley. Bill was an avid gardener, a knowledgeable coin collector, an active member of "The Autumn Club" as well as a music lover. Before retiring, Bill held positions in various trades. He was also a dedicated volunteer for many years assisting residents of Northwood Manor. Bill was a wonderful story teller, and especially enjoyed sharing historical information about Halifax and Dartmouth. Bill was a member of Grace Lutheran Church in Cole Harbour. All those who knew Bill will truly miss him. No visitation. Funeral service will be held 1:30 p.m., Thursday, February 3, in Grace Lutheran Church, 40 Caldwell Rd., Cole Harbour, Pastor Les Skonnord will be officiating. Burial in Camp Hill Cemetery at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to A.L. Mattatall Funeral Home in Dartmouth.

[NI05005] The Chronicle Herald and/or Mail Star Published: Sat, 26 Mar 1994,
"Obituary", Page D23

LEADLEY, Thelma Lenora - 83, Berwick, died March 25, 1994, in Grand
View Manor, Berwick. Born in Halifax, she was a daughter of the late
William L. and Theresa (Corkum) Leadley. She was the last surviving
member of her immediate family. She is survived by several nieces and
nephews. She was predeceased by three brothers, Garnet, Leonard,
Harold; sister, Ida Jones. Cremation has taken place under the
direction of H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick. A memorial
service will take place at a later date. Donations may be made to
Grand View Manor, Berwick.

[NI05013] The Chronicle Herald and/or Mail Star Published: Sun, 18 Apr 1999,
"Obituary-LEADLEY", Page D20

LEADLEY, William - 72, Lower Sackville, died April 16, 1999, at home. Born in Halifax, He was a son of the late Leonard and Marie (Bell Fountain) Leadley. He enjoyed golfing, hunting, fishing and the outdoors. He was a member of Sackville seniors bowling league. He was
also a member of Sackville Legion Seniors Club. Surviving are son, David, Lower Sackville; brothers, Doug, Georgie, Harold, Halifax; Edward, Calgary, Alta.; companion, Cheryl Robicheau. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Jean Hennberry; daughters, Brenda
Lee and Darlene; a son in infancy; sister, Shirley Reid. Visitation 7-9, p.m. today, 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Monday, in Atlantic Funeral Home, 125 Sackville Dr., Lower Sackville. Funeral 10 a.m. Tuesday, in St. John
Vianney Roman Catholic Church, Rev. Gerald David officiating. Burial in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, reception to follow in the funeral home.
Family flowers only, donations to any charity.

[NI05017]
VEINOTTE, Cecil Vernon - 75, Martins Brook, died February 14, 2000, in the Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Snairs Crossing, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Willard and Winnie (Langille) Veinotte. Surviving are his wife, Rosie; stepdaughters, Joan Silver, West Northfield; Kathleen Pentony, Calgary, Alta.; Diane Whynot, Dayspring; Betty Jane Abbott, Newcombville; stepsons, Terry Feener, Big Lots; Robert Feener, Upper Branch; several step-grandchildren; several step-great-grandchildren; sister, Winnie Falkenham, Northwest; half-brother, Anthony Langille, Blockhouse. He was predeceased by brother, St. Clair; stepsons, Rendell Feener, Allen Feener. Graveside service 11 a.m. Thursday, in Maple Grove Cemetery, West Northfield, Rev. Gloria McClure Fraser officiating. Immediate family flowers only. Donations to Maple Grove Cemetery, West Northfield or any charity. Arrangements entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Chapel, Bridgewater. There will be no visitation in the funeral home by request.

[NI05020] VEINOTTE, St. Clair William - 74, Berwick, Kings Co., died July 30, 1997, in Grand View Manor, Berwick. Born in Newburne, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Willard James and Winnie Idella (Langille) Veinotte. He moved from Lunenburg to Berwick in 1953 and owned and operated S.W. Veinotte Superette in Berwick, which later became Veinotte's Riteway. In 1966, he opened a second Riteway store in Waterville and retired in 1975. He was formerly a member of the Berwick Lions Club and Berwick Curling Club. Surviving are sons, Sheldon, Berwick; Laurie, Kingston; stepsons, Roy Edward Muise, Halifax; Patrick Arthur Muise, Toronto; stepdaughters, Elizabeth Jean Muise, Victoria, B.C.; Anne Marie Muise-Usher, Greenwood; brother, Cecil Vernon, Second Peninsula; sister, Winnie Idella Falkenham, Northwest, Lunenburg Co.; three grandchildren; eight step-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, Margaret Jean (Beardsley) Muise-Veinotte; a daughter in infancy. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today, funeral 2 p.m. Friday, both in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick, Rev. Gordon Redden officiating. Burial in Berwick Cemetery. Donations to Grand View Manor or Canadian Cancer Society.

[NI05021] The Chronicle Herald Tuesday November 14, 2006

LANGILLE, Anthony James - 86, formerly of Blockhouse, passed away November 11, 2006, in Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay. Born in Newburne, he was a son of the late Winnifred Langille. He was raised by his late grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Langille (Fauxburg). He was retired from National Sea Products, Lunenburg, where he had worked on the scallop processing line. He enjoyed working in his garden and sport fishing. He is survived by sister, Winnie (Armond) Faulkeham, Northwest; nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, LaVerna Marguerite (Crossland); brothers, St. Clair Veinotte and Cecil Veinotte. Visiting will be 1-2 p.m. Wednesday in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay, followed by a graveside service at 2:30 p.m. in Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse, Rev. Stephen Kristenson officiating. Memorial donations may be made to St. John's Lutheran Church, Mahone Bay or The Lodge That Gives, Halifax, through Mahone Funeral Home, (902) 624-8241 or www.mahonefuneral.ca

[NI05025] OICKLE, Richard Weston — 87, Port Hillford, Guysborough Co., died Sep­tember 18, 2010, in St. Mary’s Memo­rial Hospital, Sherbrooke. Born in Moser’s River, he was a son of the late Edgehill and Matilda (Gammon) Oick­le. Richard joined the Canadian Army and served overseas during the Sec­ond World War with the North Shore Nova, New Brunswick Regiment and after being released with diphtheria and war injuries, he returned home and went to work in the pulpwood in­dustry for Carl Turner. He also worked on the building of apartments in Halifax and Dartmouth after the war. He would later leave and return home to Moser River where he again worked in the pulpwood industry with D. J. Turner Ltd. He later went on to work for Scott Paper as a Contractor. He was known as a 'jack of all trades' from working on cars and building a boat to raising a family. He loved the woods and especially hunting and fish­ing. In his later years he took up wood­working and making furniture. Ri­chard is survived by his dear friend and companion Gretta Pratt, Truro; daughters, Darlene (Jeff) Jordan, Port Hillford; Shirley (Douglas) Oick­le, Antigonish; sisters, Amy Slaun­white, Dartmouth; Barbara Davies, Arnprior, Ont.; grandchildren, Ri­chard Webber, Brett and Kelsey Jor­dan and Elizabeth and Michael Gui­tard; four great-grandchildren; sever­al nieces and nephews. He was prede­ceased by brothers, Vincent and Ro­land and a sister, Grace. Cremation has taken place and visitation will be held from 7-9 p.m. today in G.W. Giffin Funeral Home, 34 Main St., Sher­brooke where funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday with Pastor David Connolly officiating. A private family burial will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial do­nations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, Alz­heimer Society of Nova Scotia or a charity of choice. Arrangements are under the dignified and compassion­ate care of G. W. Giffin Funeral Home, St. Mary’s Chapel, 34 Main St., Sher­brooke. On-line condolences may be made at; www.gwgiffin.com.

[NI05032] OICLE, Johnson Raymond - 86, Sheet Harbour, Halifax County, died August 24, 1992, in Eastern Shore Memorial Hospital, Sheet Harbour. Born in Mosers River, Halifax County, he was a son of the late Edghil and Maude (Sponigle) Oicle. A 44 year employee of Scott Paper Company, retiring in 1972, he worked as a mechanic and trained Scott employee's in Port Hawkesbury in pipe fitting. He was a barber and shoe repairman for many years. He is survived by his wife, the former Hazel Kenney; two daughters, Gail Cameron, Sheet Harbour; Durece (Mrs. Edison Langille), New Glasgow; four sons, Glen, Lower Sackville; Garry, Mosers River; Calder, Dartmouth; Ellery, Timberlea; stepbrother, Richard, Port Hillford, Guysborough County; two sisters, Edna, Lena; two half-sisters, Amy, Barbara; 16 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a twin daughter in infancy; five brothers, Lester, Lawrence, Wallice, Elvin, Eldred; two half-brothers, Roland, Vincent; sister, Gertrude; half-sister, Grace; stepmother, Matilda (Tilly). The body is in Crowell's Funeral Home, Sheet Harbour, visiting 24, 7-9 p.m. today. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday in St. Andrew's Anglican Church, Watt Section, Halifax County, Rev. Dawn Davis and Rev. Russell Harding officiating. Burial will be in parish cemetery. Donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society.

[NI05043] Thomas Jodrie 1826-1919
Sophia Jane Lowe wife of Thomas Jodrie -1830-1912

Wm. Johnson Jodrie
died Jan. 15, 1894
Ae 27 yrs. 10 mos

The Hillcrest Cemetery is across the street from the Milan Community United Methodist Church.

E-Mail Carolyn
Lunen-Links

[NI05049] The Genealogical Center in Lunenburg, NS. has a Alfred Cornelius Veinot listed as a son of James and Sarah Veinot, born on March 15, 1870. Hewas baptized on april 18, 1870. The sponsors were Cornelius B. Veinot and Sarah L. Osmer. Officiating Minister W.H.Snyder. This can be found in the Registry of Baptisms kept in St. JAMES parish , Mahone Bay.


On February 22, 1894 at the age of 24, he received the Apostolic Right of Confirmation in St. James Parish - the name Rupert Cornelius Veinot was used. This can be found in the Registry of Confirmation kept in the Mahone Bay Church. From that point on, the name he used was Rupert Cornelius Veinot until moving to the States. At that time the name was changed to Veino.



Wednesday, December 22, 1948
The Bridgewater Bulletin and South Shore Record
- - Rubert C. Veinot -
Word has been received of the death at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, of
Rubert C. Veinot, formerly of Blockhouse. He was the son of the late
Alfred and Sarah Veinot. Survived besides his wife and eight children
are three sisters, Mrs Antoinette MacKay, Blockhouse; Mrs Annabel
Eisenhauer and Mrs Wilhelmina Arthur, also a brother, William H.C. of
Lunenburg. A brother, Hibbert predeceased him in September of this year.

[NI05050] Sunday, February 27, 2000 The Halifax Herald Limited

ERNST, Wesley Arthur Francis - 107, Blockhouse, Lunenburg Co., died February 24, 2000, at home. Born January 13, 1893, in Clearland, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Obediah and Margaret (Keddy) Ernst. He is survived by his wife of 75 years, C. Edna (Aulenback) Ernst; daughters, Marion Wilneff and her husband Lester, Blockhouse; Norma Sawler and her husband Wilbert, Western Shore; Reanie Fraser and her husband Ted, Pembroke, Ont.; Beatrice Veinotte and her husband Margeson, New Cornwall; sons, Clarence and his wife June, Caledonia, Ont.; Franklyn and his wife Thelma, Dartmouth; Claude, Blockhouse; Burliegh and his wife Rosalie, Blockhouse; Welton, New Cornwall; 25 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by daughters, Jessie Wentzell and Alma Cottenden; sisters, Corella, Daisy, Margaret, Dorothy and Glennie; brothers, Vincent, Ellis, Cecil and Ainsley. Visitation will be held 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. today in Mahone Funeral Home, 32 Parish St., Mahone Bay. Funeral service will be held 3:30 p.m. Monday in St. John's Lutheran Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Val Henning officiating. Burial will be in the Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse. Flowers from the family only please. Memorial donations may be made to Lunenburg County Branch of the Victorian Order of Nurses, Home Care Nova Scotia or St. John's Lutheran Church Memorial

[NI05051] ERNST, Clara Edna - 97, Blockhouse, passed away December 20, 2005, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Middle Cornwall, she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Aulenback. In earlier years she had been employed with the former C.U. Mader Hardware Store, Mahone Bay. She is survived by daughters, Marion (Lester) Wilneff, Blockhouse; Norma (Wilbert) Sawler, Western Shore; Reanie (Edward) Fraser, Ontario; Beatrice (Margeson) Veinotte, Middle Cornwall; sons, Clarence (June), Ontario; Claude and Burleigh (Rosalie), all of Blockhouse; Welton, Middle Cornwall; brother, Asa Aulenback, Dartmouth; grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Wesley; daughters, Jessie and Alma; son, Franklyn; sisters, Emma, Flora, and Mary; twin brothers, Aaron and Ozem; brother, Albert; half-brother, Clarence; grandson, Percy Sawler. Visiting will be 2-4 p.m., Thursday in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Friday in St. John's Lutheran Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Heather Spencer officiating. Burial will be in Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse. Memorial donations may be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or St. John's Lutheran Church through Mahone Funeral Home (902) 624-8241 or www.mahonefuneral.ca

[NI05064] RS141A1b
Index to Late Registration of Births

ChildCOLEMAN, ALBERT CLAUDE
SexM
Date of Birth1878 | 01 | 29 (Y-M-D)
PlaceMONCTON
CountyWESTMORLAND
FatherCOLEMAN, ALBERT SHEPARD
MotherJONES, GEORGIA
Code1878-C-56
MicrofilmF18765


from family bible birth 29 Jan 1876

[NI05067]
Times & Transcript Moncton

1929 - 2010 - Gloria R Coleman, age 81 years of Moncton, passed away at the Kenneth E. Spencer Memorial Home on Saturday, December 4th, 2010. Born in Greenville, Cumberland Co., NS on February 27th, 1929; she was the daughter of the late Herbert and Estelle (Patriquin) O'Brien. Sadly missed by her daughter Deborah Adshade; sons Terry (Ellen), Brian (Anna), Dale Adshade (Wanna); sisters Muriel McLean and Natalie Brown; eight grandchildren, eight great grandchildren and one great great grandchild; also by several nieces, nephews and cousins. Gloria was predeceased by her husband Robert in 2007; sister Ferne Downey; brothers Ormand and Arnold O'Brien.
Visitation will be held at Tuttle Bros. Funeral Home on Wednesday, December 8th, 2010 from 1:00pm until 2:00pm. A memorial service will be held at Tuttle Bros. Memorial Chapel on Wednesday, December 8, 2010 at 2:00pm with Pastor Chet MacPhail officiating. Interment will be in Fairhaven Memorial Gardens. In memory of Gloria, donations made to the Alzheimer's Society or to the Cherryfield United Baptist Church would be appreciated by her family. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Tuttle Bros. Funeral Home. 171 Lutz Street Moncton, NB (506) 857-8564. Online condolences may be made via www.tuttlefuneralhome.ca

[NI05104] OBITUARY: Halifax Herald - Saturday, October 28, 1961.
LAWRENCE KEDDY - Stellarton, 85, passed away at the Aberdeen Hospital Friday. He was born in Lake Granby, Lunenburg County. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lazrus Keddy, he came to Stellarton as a young man and worked in the Allan Shaft. He was a member of Christ Anglican Church. Surviving are seven daughters, Kate (Mrs. J. Dakens); Pauline (Mrs. Chas MacKinnon); Nora (Mrs. Henry Marcott); all of Stellarton, Sarah (Mrs. Chas Kowoloski), West River; Bessie (Mrs. Pat LeBlanc), Pictou; Georgina (Mrs. George Morrison), Glace Bay; Eliza (Mrs. Richard Hawbolt), Canso; four brothers and one sister, William of New Ross, Emerson and Osborne of Lake Granby, Harvey of Port William and May (Mrs. William MacDonald) of Windsor. Remains are resting at the home of his daughter, Mrs Dakens of North Foard Street. Funeral arrangements were not completed.

[NI05106] Said to be the Illegitimate daughter of Barbara Ellen and John Edwin Morse.
Source: The Hiltz Book, by Vernon Keddy

[NI05113] Emmerson Stephen Keddy - 81 of Lake Ramsey, died Friday at home. Born in Lake Ramsey, he was the son of the late Lazrus and Elizabeth (Veinot) Keddy. He is survived by his wife Mary Turner; six daughter, Effie (Mrs Ernest Connors) and Vera (Mrs Clinton Keddy) both of Lake Ramsey; Gladys (Mrs Theodore Crockers), Goldie (Mrs Wilfred Burns) and Velma (Mrs Calvin McDermaid, all of Middleton and Eva (Mrs Carl Hiltz) Frankville : two sons Ruben Branch LaHave and Harry, Ontario. The body is at W.C. Hiltz Funeral Home Kentville. Funeral service will be held today at 2.30 p.m. from the Anglican Church, New Ross with Rev William Bishop officiating. Interment will be in church cemetery.
Taken from the Book: Keddy Family HistoryThe Scotsman and the English Lady II by Vernon Keddy

[NI05114] Mrs Emmerson Keddy 84, of Lake Ramsey died Monday in Fisherman's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Lake Ramsey, the former Mary Luella Turner, she was the daughter of the late Isiah and Eliza (Saltzman) Turner. She is survived by six daughters, Effie (Mrs Ernest Connors), Vera (Mrs Clinton Keddy), both of Lake Ramsey, Gladys (Mrs Theodore Crocker), Goldie (Mrs Wilfred Burns), Velma (Mrs Colin McDermaid), all of Middleton, Eva (Mrs Carl Hiltz) Fraxville, three sons Hibbert, Forties Settlement; Ruben Bridgewater, Harry Colingwood, Ontario: Four sisters, Mrs Annie Porter, Kentville, Mrs Eva Sanford, Hazel (Mrs Claude Wambolt) both of Aylesford, Eunice, New Ross, one brother Henry, Lake Ramsey; 39 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, two daughters, one sister and three brothers. The body is at W.C. Hiltz Funeral Home, Kentville, Funeral service will be held 2.30 p.m. Thursday in Christ Church, New Ross. Rev. Kelvin Pretty officiating. Burial will be in church cemetery. In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Christ Church or the Canadian Cancer Society.

Taken from the Book: Keddy Family HistoryThe Scotsman and the English Lady II by Vernon Keddy

[NI05118] ROWTER, Brian Edgar - 55, Kempt, Queens Co., died January 17, 1998, in QEII Health Sciences Centre, Halifax. He was a son of Freda (Lewis) Rowter and the late William Rowter. He was a member of St. Paul's United Church, Maitland Bridge and a former member of North Queen's Ground Search and Rescue. Surviving are his wife, the former Pauline Mary Veinot; sons, Trevor and Sherrie, Lower Branch; Derek and Margaret, Halifax; brothers, Clarke and Marlene, Melvern Square; Bruce and Sandra, Kempt; sisters, Jeanette and Robert Rawding, North-field, Queens Co.; Claire and Harley White, Kempt; numerous nieces and nephews. The remains have been donated to Dalhousie Medical School. A private memorial service, for family and relatives only, will be 2 p.m. Wednesday in St. Paul's United Church, Maitland Bridge, Rev. Betsy Hogan officiating. Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or The Lodge that Gives. Arrangements entrusted to R.A. Corkum Funeral Home, Wileville.

[NI05123] VIENOT Simon B 1849-07-12 1849-10-27 MBA Nelson & Eliz Parents & Matt Vienot
............................................................................................................................
Source: WAYNE W WALKER CD SHARE
The O'Dell House, Annapolis Royal, N.S......
E-Mail from Luella Marshall August 23, 2006

2. Simon VEINOT
In the Apr 1891 Census for Annapolis Co., Clements West, Sarah VENO was
listed as
aged 39, a widow, born in N.S., parents born in N.S., a member of the Church
of England and a
farmer (1891 26I p.15, l.6).
"Simon VIENO of Waldec Line was buried 15 Mar 1891 in St. Edward's CY" (St.
Clements
PR3, p.61, no.485).
"Aggie Elizabeth VENO of Waldec Line, aged 7 3/4 years, was buried 17 Dec
1893 in St.
Edward's CY" (St. Clements PR3, p.64, no.508).
Children:
i. James VENO; aged 23, unmarried, born in N.S., a member of the Church of
England according to the Apr 1891 Census (1891 26I p.15, l.7);
ii. Liddia VENO; aged 19, unmarried, born in N.S., a member of the Church of
England according to the Apr 1891 Census (1891 26I p.15, l.8);
3 iii. Jeffery VENO; aged 18, born in N.S., a member of the Church of
England
according to the Apr 1891 Census (1891 26I p.15, l.9);
iv. Catherine VENO; aged 15, born in N.S., a member of the Church of
England according to the Apr 1891 Census (1891 26I p.15, l.10);
v. Rosena VENO; aged 14, born in N.S., a member of the Church of England
according to the Apr 1891 Census (1891 26I p.15, l.11);
vi. Austin VENO; aged 10, born in N.S., a member of the Church of England
according to the Apr 1891 Census (1891 26I p.15, l.12);
vii. Hannah VENO; aged 8, born in N.S., a member of the Church of England
according to the Apr 1891 Census (1891 26I p.15, l.13);
viii. Araminda VENO; aged 6, born in N.S., a member of the Church of England
according to the Apr 1891 Census (1891 26I p.15, l.14);
ix. Aggie E. VENO; aged 4, born in N.S., a member of the Church of England
according to the Apr 1891 Census (1891 26I p.15, l.15);
x. Eliza VENO; aged 3, born in N.S., a member of the Church of England
according to the Apr 1891 Census (1891 26I p.15, l.16);
3. Geoffery VENO (Simon)
Jessica or Jerusha APT; b. 5 Jul 1872; m. 24 Dec 1891, T. Jeffrey VENO the
son of
Simon and Sarah VENO; he m. (2nd) 24 Dec 1907, Abbie APT the daughter of Isa
ac APT; he m.
(3rd) 16 Jun 1915, Bertha HARDWICK; Bertha died 12 Jun 1916; he had ch.:
twins b. 29 Jan
1916, Mary VENO and Lawrence VENO; (See VIENOT).
In the 1901 census for Clements West, Geoffery VENO is listed as born 24 Dec
1871
in N.S., aged 29, of Dutch origin, a Baptist and a farmer (1901 26I, p.9,
l.18). His wife Jerusha,
was born 20 Oct 1877 in N.S., aged 24, of Dutch origin and a Baptist (1901
26I, p9, l.19). Living
with them was mother-in-law Sarah APT, (See APT).
Children:
i. Florence M. VENO; "Florence M., b. 10 Sep 1892, aged 8" (1901 26I, p.9,
l.20);
ii. Margaret VENO; "Margaret, b. 20 Feb 1896, aged 5" (1901 26I, p.8, l.21);
iii. Ralph J. VENO; "Ralph J., b. 15 Jan 1899, aged 2" (1901 26I, p.8,
l.22);
iv. Blanche VENO; "Blanche, b. 28 Dec 1900, aged 3 months" (1901 26I, p.8,
l.23);
sources: (1) The Apt Genealogy (1997) by Patricia TANNER;


[NI05124] "VIENOT","Enos","B","1852-05-20","1852-11-04","MBA","Nelson & Eliz","Cornwall",

[NI05127] VIENOT Sophia Eliz B 1860-04-16 1860-09-22 MBA Nelson & Eliz John P Vienot & wife Sophia&CathHaas

[NI05128] Farmington - Herbert Albert Veinot, 59, of Farmington, Lunenburg County, died Saturday in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in New Germany, he was the son of Albert and the late Blanche (Veinot) Veinot of Farmington. He is survived by two sisters, Hyacinth (Mrs. Robert Taylor), Farmington, and Pauline (Mrs. Brian Rowter), Kempt, Queens County. The body is in Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany, where funeral will be held at 2:30 p.m., Rev. Leslie Robertson officiating. Burial will be in Epworth United Church Cemetery, New Germany. Memorial donations may be made to Dawson Memorial Hospital Foundation or St. John's in the Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany. (hand written on obituary - Oct. 11, 1986)


Rosemary Rafuse
www.nsobits.ca

[NI05129]

[NI05130] TAYLOR, Robert Russell - 60, Barss Corner, died March 27, 1996, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born at Barss Corner, he was a son of the late Robert McLearn Taylor and Kathleen (Feindel) Taylor. He was an employee of the Nova Scotia Liquor Commission, New Germany. He was a member of Lunenburg County Christmas Tree Producers Association and Barss Corner United Baptist Church. Surviving are his stepmother, Myrtle (Carver) Taylor, Barss Corner; his wife, the former Hyacinth Veinot; daughters, Catherine (Mrs. Wade Foster), Dayspring; Karen (Mrs. Christopher MacCarthy), Rocky Harbour, Nfld.; Nancy, Bridgewater; sons, John, Farmington; David, Edmonton, Alta.; sister, Ruth (Mrs. Real Samson), Church Point; brother, Ralph, Bible Hill; seven grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by an infant sister, Carolyn Dawn. Cremation has taken place under the direction of New Germany Funeral Home. No visitation by request. Funeral 2 p.m. Saturday in Barss Corner United Baptist Church, Rev. Frank Locke officiating. Burial in Barss Corner Community Cemetery. Immediate family flowers only. Donations to Taylor Memorial Stained Glass Window fund of Barss Corner United Baptist Church.

[NI05141] Stephen A. Hubley, passed away at the home of his son, Charles, on Sunday, March 12th at the age of 97 years. He had been an invalid for four years. He is survived by two daughters, Cora, (Mrs. Bradford Reeves), Mrs. Mae Lohnes; two sons Charles and Fred Hubley, all of Bridgewater. There are also surviving a large number of grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. Funeral services were held from Sweeney's Funeral Parlor on Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. L. Rodbourne. Interment was in the family plot at Brookside Cemetery.

[NI05146] St. James Lutheran Cemetery, Branch LaHave

OICKLE
Clyde George 1893-1961
Luella M. 1893-1947

Clyde George Oickle 1961 Bridgewater Bulletin

On Monday, August 7th, the community of Branch LaHave was shocked to hear of the sudden death of Clyde George Oickle. Born at Lower Branch 68 years ago, he was the son of Isaac and Eliza Oickle. He leaves to mourn his loss, a daughter, Margaret (Mrs. Eugene Crouse); son, Maxwell; sister, Jennie (Mrs. Wilbert Mailman); brother, Garfield, all of Branch LaHave; half sister, Lorna of Bridgewater. His wife
predeceased him fourteen years ago.
Funeral services were held on Thursday afternoon from St.James Lutheran Church, Rev. Donald Himmelman officiating. Interment was at Branch LaHave Cemetery. Pall bearers were as follows: Lawson Whynot, Clarence Lowe, Lowell Rhodenizer, Earl Seamone, Victor Lohnes, and Dalton Mailman.

RR

[NI05149] Hillside Cemetery, Branch LaHave

MAILMAN
Wilbert B. 1880-1954
Jennie Priscilla 1891- 1962

Wilbert B. Mailman 1954 Bridgewater Bulletin

The death of Wilbert B. Mailman occurred suddenly at his home in Branch LaHave on Friday, March 19th. He was the adopted son of the late Rufus and Esther Mailman and was 73 years of age.
Surviving are his wife, Jennie (Oickle); two daughters, Myrtle (Mrs. Elvard Bolivar), Rhodes Corner; Marie (Mrs. Leo Bolivar), of Branch LaHave; four sons, Mervin, Branch LaHave; Maurice, in the Canadian Army, Winnipeg; Milton, Branch LaHave; and Melborne,at Boutilier's Point; also fifteen grandchildren. Funeral services were held from his late residence on Sunday, March 21st, with Lic. W.S. Barker, New Canada, conducting the service. Interment was in Hillside Cemetery, Branch LaHave. Pall bearers were Edgar Bolivar, Delmer Conrad, Cecil Knox, Arnold Conrad, Fred Veinotte, and Earl Wentzell; L.L. Langille, funeral director.

RR

[NI05152] Oickle, Garfield - (1965) The sudden passing of Garfield Oickle of Branch LaHave which occurred while at work on Tuesday afternoon, January 5th, was a great shock to his family and friends. The late Mr. Oickle was born in Bridgewater, July 28th, 1896, son of the late Isaac and Eliza Oickle. At an early age, following the death of his mother, he moved to Branch LaHave, where he permanently resided. He was always willing to help in time of need and will be greatly missed by his neighbours. Left to mourn the loss of a devoted father and grandfather are: a daughter, Kathleen (Mrs. Elmer Bolivar) Baker Settlement; two sons, Clark at home and Rex of Pinehurst; five grandsons, Merrill Bolivar of Dartmouth; Boyd Oickle, Gregory Oickle, Bradford Oickle and Larry Oickle of Pinehurst and a step grandson Theodore MacKay of Union Square. A half-sister Lorna Slauenwhite. Also a number of nephews and nieces. His wife predeceased him January 6th, 1962. One brother and one sister predeceased him. The largely attended funeral was held at St. James Lutheran Church on Thursday at 2 p.m., conducted by Rev. Donald Himmelman. Interment was in the church cemetery at Branch LaHave."


Kathy Garber
www.nsobits.ca

[NI05166] OICKLE, Eva Beatrice — It is with great sadness that the family of Eva Beatrice Oickle, 90, of Ryan Hall, Bridgewater, formerly of Blockhouse, announce her passing on Tuesday, November 23, 2010, in South Shore Re­gional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Blockhouse, she was a daughter of the late Lawrence and Gladys (Demone) Eichel. Eva’s family was the most impor­tant part of her life and home, a special place where she loved to cook and bake. Within the community and surrounding area a variety of people were blessed to benefit from her talent as a great seamstress. This energetic lady was active and lived life to the fullest until her passing. She was a member of St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay. Eva is survived by daughter, Carla (Ross) Pentz, Bridgewater; son, David (Anne) Oickle, Labelle; sisters, Susan Wagner, Mahone Bay; Dorothy Veinotte , Blockhouse; and Gloria Joudrey, Mahone Bay; grandchildren, Trina (Paul) Oickle-Pottie and Deanne Oickle (Kevin Conrad); great-grand­children, Hannah and Mariah Kelley; step grandson, Jorel Pentz; step great­grandchildren, Jessica and Ben Pot­tie. She was predeceased by husband, Charles. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, 11213 Hwy. No. 3, Lu­nenburg. A service to celebrate Eva’s life will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. in St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Ian Wissler officiating. In­terment in Whynott’s Settlement Cem­etery, Whynott’s Settlement. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Ryan Hall Recreation Fund or a charity of your choice. www.sweenyfuneralhome.ca

[NI05169]


[NI05171]
1925-2009

JOUDREY, Donald Merton “Donnie”, 83 of Mahone Bay, passed away June 29, 2009 at South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Mahone Bay, he was a son of the late Morton Daniel and Amynella Miriam (Ernst) Joudrey. Donnie worked for twenty years at South Shore Sales & Service, Lunenburg, then as a commissionaire for 15 years at National Sea Products, Lunenburg, retiring at age 72. He was an Honorary Member of Mahone Bay Fire Department, having served for forty-two years, thirty-five of those years as Secretary. He was also a member of St. James’ Anglican Church, Mahone Bay. Donnie was a dedicated Toronto Maple Leafs fan for which he received light-hearted teasing from the nurses. He is survived by his wife, Gloria (Eichel) Joudrey; daughters, Suzette (Pat) Smith, Mahone Bay; Marilyn (Brad) Tremere, Blockhouse; son, George (Juliette) Joudrey, Blockhouse; “The apple of his eye”, his grandchildren, Aaron (Christina) Joudrey, Maitland; Katie Joudrey, Blockhouse; Ryan Smith, Halifax; Graham and Michael Smith, Mahone Bay; Courtney and Matthew Tremere, Blockhouse and his great-grandchildren, Cole and Leah Joudrey, Maitland. Also surviving are sister, Nita Joudrey, Mahone Bay; sister-in-law, Kaye Joudrey, Wentzell’s Lake; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his daughter, Anne Louise; brother, Gerald Joudrey. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. No visiting by request. A memorial service will be held 11 a.m., Thursday, July 2, 2009 at St. James’ Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, The Rev. Ian Wissler officiating. A reception will follow at St. James' Parish Hall. Interment of ashes will be in Park Cemetery, Mahone Bay. Family flowers only please. Memorial donations may be made to St. James’ Anglican Church, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or Mahone Bay Fire Department. The family would like to thank the special nurses on the fourth floor at South Shore Regional Hospital and also Dr. John Jenkins and Judy for their many years of care and Dr. Heather Robertson for her care of Donnie over the last several months. Donnie was much loved and will be missed by his family and many friends. Arrangements entrusted to Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay (902) 624-8241. On line condolences may be made at: www.mahonefuneral.ca

[NI05175] Halifax Herald 3/10/2000

VEINOT, Howard Thomas - 95, Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany, passed away March 4, 2000, in the South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in The Forties, New Ross, he was a son of the late Enos and Agnes (Corkum) Veinot. After operating his own garage in The Forties in his earlier years, Howard moved to Ontario where he was employed as a mechanic at Ken Helen Motors, Toronto. He returned to Nova Scotia upon retirement. He is survived by daughter, Reta (Courtney) Reeves, New Ross; son, David (Sue) Veinot, Bradford, Ont.; daughter-in-law, Rhoda Veinot, New Ross; four grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his first wife, Vera Hiltz; son, Roy; granddaughter, Maureen Lee Reeves; brothers, Joseph, Clarence, Otis, Edward, Wesley, Beecher, Harry, Guy, Frank and Lawrence; sisters, Ella, Amy, Elsie and Roxie. The body rested in Atlantic Funeral Home, 125 Sackville Dr., Lower Sackville, where the funeral service was held on Wednesday, March 8. Burial was in the Gate of Heaven Cemetery.
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Gate of Heaven Catholic Cemetery
source: http://www.ccchalifax.com/interm/search_view.cfm
Name: HOWARD THOMAS VEINOT
Interm Date: March 08, 2000
Age: 95
Status: RETD MECHANIC
Nativity: LUNENBURG,NS
Cemetery: Gate of Heaven
Section: 6G
Plot: T
Grave: 21A
Funeral Home: AFH
Cremation: No

[NI05181] Vera Constance Veino,80, Toronto, formerly of New Ross, died Friday, September 18 in St. Joseph's Hospital, Toronto. Born in New Ross, she was a daughter of the late David and Matilda (Keddy) Hiltz. She was a resident of Toronto for the last 30 years, and a member of St. Augustine Anglican Church, The Forties,Lunenburg County. she is survived by two sons, David,Toronto; Roy,New Ross; a daughter Rita (Mrs. Courtney Reeves), Toronto; four grandchildren; five great- grandchildren. She was predeceased by a brother, Victor. the body was in H. C. Lindsay's Memorial Chapel, New Ross, Funeral was held Wednesday, September 23 in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, The Forties, Rev. Gordon Neish officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery.

[NI05185] The Chronicle HeraldTuesday June 12, 2007

VEINOT, David Howard - 82, Bradford, Ont., passed away in Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket, Ont., on Thursday, May 17, 2007. Born in The Forties, New Ross, he was a son of the late Vera (Hiltz) and Howard Veinot. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Sue (Pulsifer); daughters, Annamarie and Cheryl; sons, David and Randy; sister, Reta (Courtney) Reeves, New Ross, and sister-in-law, Rhoda Veinot, New Ross. His brother, Roy, predeceased Dave. Funeral service was held in Lathangue Chapel on Tuesday, May 22.

[NI05187] RUBERT L. VEINOTT

MILLVILLE- The death of Rubert L. Veinott occurred at his home in Millville ,Kings County, following a lengthy illness. He was in his 67th year a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Veinott. He is survived my his wife the former Maude Crocker, three brothers, Sidney, Saint John; Dean, of Sydney; and Fred, of Burlington, Hants County. Two sisters, Mrs Laura Frency, of Boston; and Ruth ( Mrs S. T. Grimm), of Halifax. Funeral services were held from the Aylesford Baptist Church with Rev. Mr. Jackson officiating .Interment was in the Aylesford Cemetery.
(March 12 , 1953)

Rupert Lee Veinotte, died 1953 in Millville, Kings County

Item can be found in Registration Year: 1953 - Book: 1953 - Page: 2031 - Number:

[NI05189]
Flossie Blanche Veinotte

Bridgewater Bulletin 1/8/1992

The community of West Northfield was saddened to learn of the passing away of its oldest citizen, Mrs. Flossie Blanche Veinotte on Thursday, November 14, 1991, at the South Shore Regional Hospital after a short illness. She was born at Lower Northfield on April 6, 1895, the daughter of Henry and Phoebe (Joudrey) Zinck. Known as "Nana" to many, she lived her entire married life at West Northfield. She was a faithful member of St. Andrew's Anglican Church, and a member of St. Andrew's Anglican Guild. At 96 years of age she was very interested in all community affairs. She is survived by one daughter, Margaret (Mrs. Laird Arenburg), Truro; three sons, William, Lester and Ervin, all of West Northfield; one sister, Mrs. Beatrice Ramey, Bridgewater; two brothers, Fred Zinck, Lower Northfield; Percey Zinck, Blockhouse; 13 grandchildren; 28 great grandchildren, and one great, great grandchild. She was predeceased by her husband, Perlie Wilson; two sons, Clarence and Elwood who died in infancy; one granddaughter, Judith, Truro; one sister, Effie Langille; two brothers, Angus and William Zinck. The funeral service, under the direction of Sweeny's Funeral Home, took place at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, West Northfield on Saturday, November 16, 1991, with the Rev. Peter Armstrong officiating, assisted by granddaughter layreader, Mrs. Catherine Robar. The choir was in attendance, while granddaughter-in-law, Mrs. Lana Veinotte, provided the beautiful music as organist. Burial took place at the Maple Grove Cemetery. Honourary pallbearers were Graham Campbelle, Eugene Veinotte, Gary Veinot. Pallbearers were David Arenburg, Bruce Veinotte, Keith Veinot, Allen Veinotte, Kevin Veinotte and Phillip Veinot - grandchildren of the deceased.


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[NI05190] Joyce Annabell Veinot, 79, of West Northfield, Lunenburg County, passed away January 17, 2003 at the ALC Unit at Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Harmony Mills, she was a daughter of the late Ashton and Melissa (Eisan) Frail. She was a member of St. Andrew's Anglican Church, West Northfield.
Surviving are her son, Gary (Rita) Veinot, granddaughter, Tabitha all of Cookville; step-grandchildren, Jeff Chandler, B.C., Lisa (Gordie) Rhodenizer, Lower Branch; sisters, Roxie (Lloyd) McBride, Caledonia; Norma Kennedy, Charlottetown; brother, Bernard (Iris) Frail, Mount Uniacke. She was predeceased by husband William Freeman Veinot; step-grandson, Craig Chandler, and sister, Doris.
Visitation was in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral service was held in St. Andrew's Anglican Church, West Northfield, Rev. Catherine Robar officiating, with interment in Maple Grove Cemetery, West Northfield.
Flowers were given by Pauline Veinotte, Eugene and Lana Veinotte, Bruce and Heather Veinotte, Foard and Catherine Robar.
Altar flowers were given by Pauline Veinotte.
Donations were given to VON by Sandi and Keith Veinot
Heart and Stroke Foundation by Ronald and Noreen Dagley
Children's Wish Foundation by Lyle and Brenda Eisener and family; Merle and Elaine Zinck; Beatrice Cross; Glen and Peggy Rhodenizer; Donald Bruhm; Peter and Jane MacPherson; Thelma Kenneally; Stuart, Nancy and Reta Wentzell; Bill and Marilyn Bell; Marion Zinck and Harold MacIssac; and Berna Douglas.
St. Andrew's Anglican Church by Robert Joudrey; Leigh and Beulah Dauphinee; Jason, Melissa, Jessica and Gregory; John and Cecile Burns; Gary and Jane Veino; Marilyn and Jerry Caron; Charles and Nancy Barkhouse; Laurie and Rita Zinck; Cy and Pat Mayo; Joanne and Ray Kelley; Roy and Liz Lewis; Jackie and Heather Turner; Marion Veinotte; David and Marlene Arenburg; Barbara and Percy Veinot; George and Patsy Bruhm; Arthur and Jane Dauphinee; Ozzie and Joyce Wile; Earle and Marjorie Crouse; Roy and Shirley Dagley; Buddy and Joan Wile; Carroll and Peggy Crouse and family; Lana and Eugene Veinotte and family; Wilfred and Erna Joudrey; Florence Veinot; Ruby and Charles Lohnes; St. Andrew's Anglican Ladies Guild of West Northfield; Maxine Stewart and Edna MacKay; Bernard and Iris Frail; Norma Kennedy, Margaret Burns, Greg and Paula Kennedy, and Roxie and Lloyd McBride.
Caledonia Baptist Church by Daisy Frail; Royce and Juna Martin
Maple Grove Cemetery by Franklyn and Carolyn Dauphinee.
CARD OF THANKS
We, the family of the late Joyce Veinot, wish to extend our sincere thanks to Drs. Barss and Watson for their care, the nurses and staff on 3rd floor Surgery, South Shore Regional, and especially Brenda Hiltz and the other nurses in the ALC Unit at Fishermen's Memorial Hospital. We would like to say thank you to Jane Veino for her help while Joyce was still at home, to Pauline Veinotte and Marion Veinotte for taking her shopping and to appointments and for just being such dear friends, to Lyle and Brenda Eisener for being Joyce's family next door for thirty years, to Sweeny's Funeral Home for their outstanding care, guidance and professionalism and to Rev. Catherine Robar for the beautiful service and for her care and support both during and after Joyce's life. Finally we wish to thank Joyce's extended family, friends and neighbours for their thoughtfulness and support for Joyce, for you are truly what brought joy into her life. Thank you.
Gary, Rita and Tabitha Veinot

[NI05192] The Chronicle Herald 09/04/2009

VEINOTTE, Gordon Saunders — 93, Oakhill, Lunenburg Co., passed away Wednesday, September 2, 2009, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Upper Cornwall, he was a son of the late G. Aaron and Seretha (Whynot) Veinotte. He was a founding member of Oakhill and District Fire Department, member of Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 24, Bridgewater, IOOF Lodge No. 63, West Nova Scotia Regiment. Surviving are his wife, the former Olive Penney; sons, Arthur (Susan), Wayne (Sharon), all of Oakhill; Gerald at home; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by brother, Edward; sister, Ellen. A private graveside service will be held at a later date in Brookside Cemetery, Bridgewater. No visitation or flowers by request. Donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia or Oakhill District Fire Department. Arrangements entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater, where on-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI05197] Halifax Herald 11/20/2003

VEINOT, Mary "Patricia" - 83, Meisner's Section, died November 19, 2003, in Grandview Manor, Berwick. Born in Liverpool, Queens Co., she was a daughter of the late Leslie and Cecilia (Thomas) Mansfield. Patricia was a musician, she played the guitar, piano and her group was fondly known as "The Famous Family". Surviving are son, Angus Meisner, Ontario; sisters, Jean Huphman, Mount Uniacke; Phyllis (Hillary Jr.) Little, Kingswood, Halifax Co.; several grandchildren. She was predeceased by husband, Howard; daughter, Mary Comeau; brothers, Joe, Leslie, Douglas. Visiting 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, funeral service 10 a.m. Friday, both in Atlantic Funeral Home, 125 Sackville Dr. Burial in Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Reception to follow in the funeral home. Donations to any charity. On-line condolences at: www.atlanticfuneralhomes.com
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Gate of Heaven Catholic Cemetery
source: http://www.ccchalifax.com/interm/search_view.cfm
Name: MARY PATRICIA VEINOT
Interm Date: November 21, 2003
Age: 83
Status: W/O HOWARD THOMAS
Nativity: LIVERPOOL, NS
Cemetery: Gate of Heaven
Section: 6G
Plot: T
Grave: 21
Funeral Home: AFH
Cremation: No

[NI05206] VEINOT, Maxwell Samuel - 80, New Ross, passed away July 18, 1998, at home. Born in Greenwood, he was a son of the late Wesley and Ruby (Creemer) Veinot. He served in the Canadian Army from 1940-45, serving in the 10th Search Light Battery Regiment. He operated a general store and worked in trucking and construction most of his life until his retirement in 1983. He was a former member of New Ross Fire Department and was one of the original founders. He was a member of Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 79, New Ross. He is survived by his wife, Shirley (Gates); sons, Glenn and wife Anne, Chester; Derrick and wife Florence, Edmonton; Bruce and wife Gail, North Alton; Ian and wife Jo, New Ross; Dana and wife Coleen, New Ross; daughters, Joyce and husband Murray Gates, Bridgewater; Holly and husband Robbie Turner, New Ross; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by brothers, Paul and Vaughan; sister, Joyce. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Tuesday in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, New Ross. Funeral service will be 11 a.m. Wednesday in New Ross Baptist Church, Rev. Michael Lipe officiating, assisted by Rev. Gordon Neish. Interment in New Ross Baptist Cemetery. Donations may be made to New Ross Fire Department, New Ross Baptist Church or a charity of choice.

[NI05209] Ira David Eisner 1956 Bridgewater Bulletin

Friends and relatives were saddened to learn of the passing of Ira David Eisner, prominent Somerset farmer, at Eastern Kings Memorial Hospital, Wolfville, on Monday, November 5th, following several months illness.
Born at Scarsdale, Lunenburg County, 50 years ago, he was the son of the late Bennett and Ida (Sarty) Eisner. He had a kind and generous nature and was held in high esteem by his many friends.
Surviving are his wife, the former Evelyn Jefferson; four sons, Allison, Welsford, Kings County; Lloyd and Wayne, at home; one daughter, Elva (Mrs. Donald DeMonge), Cincinnati, Ohio; four grandchildren; four brothers, Ezra, Collins, Albert, and Joseph, Barss Corner; five sisters, Lilla (Mrs. Sheldon George), Hartford, Conn.; Alma (Mrs. Elden Joudrey), Barss Corner; Annie
(Mrs. Arnold Garber), Aylesford; Mrs. Charity Reeves, Halifax and Mrs.Enid Grover, Bridgewater.
The funeral was held in the Berwick Baptist Church, November 8 at 2 p.m. with interment in the Berwick Cemetery. The service was conducted by the pastor, Rev. James D. Davison. Mrs. Forman Baltzer and Mrs. Gerald West sang two duets, "Good Night Here and Good Morning There" and "Under His Wings."
Pallbearers were Barry Spicer, Gordon Salsman,Kingston; Raymond Meldrum and Malcolm Keddy, Aylesford.
The large congregation and numerous floral tributes were expressions of love and sympathy of many relatives and friends who are grieved by the loss sustained in his passing.

RR

[NI05222] The Halifax Herald Limited Nov 6, 1990

Veinot Paul Ernest, 68. The Forties Lunenburg County , died Sunday at home. Born in Greenwood he was a son of the late Wesley and Ruby Veinot. He served overseas in First Parachute Battalion during the Second World War. He was an electrician prior to being postmaster in New Ross for 38 years, retiring in 1987. He is survived by his wife, the former Shirley Boylan; three sons, Allan, Maplewood; Neil;Kentville; Larry; Middle Sackville; three daughters, Donna Elliott, Susan (Mrs Doran Veinott), Linda (Mrs Dwight Saunders) all of New Ross' a brother Maxwell, New Ross, 12 grandchildren. He was predeceased by a son, Laird, a sister Joyce Gates' a brother Vaughn. The body is in H.C. Lindsay's Memorial Chapel, New Ross, visiting 2-4, 7-9 today. Funeral will be 11 a.m. Tuesday in St Augustine's Anglican Church. The Forties, Rev Gordon Neish officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery, Donations may be made to Nova Scotia Heart Fund or any Charity.

[NI05224] The Halifax Herald Limited Published: Thu, 17 Nov 2005

HACQUOIL, George - 62, Bridgewater, passed away peacefully on November 15, 2005, surrounded by family. He was a son of the late Ellen (Nellie) Warren and grandson of the late William and Hanna Hacquoil. Born in Pool's Cove, NL. George spent most of his career on the sea with the Canadian Coast Guard and National Sea Products. In his spare time, he enjoyed spending time with his family and beloved cat Sassy, playing the guitar and woodworking. He also contributed to his community as a member of the Bridgewater Lions Club. George is survived by his loving wife, Goldie (Veinotte); children, Bill (Martine), Brian (Marilyn), Mary Ann (David), Danny (Robin), Susan (Richard) and Judy. He will also be missed by grandchildren, David, Dale and Jonathan; great-grandson, Morgan; siblings, Brian, Cyril, Tom (Hacquoil) and Tom (Williams), Ellen, Wilson and Steve. George was predeceased by his first wife, Winnifred (Savoury); brother, Donald. Visitation will be held 2-4 p.m. today and a memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Friday, both in Sweeny's Funeral Chapel, Bridgewater, Rev. Robert Zinck officiating. Interment will be in Hillside Cemetery, Clearland. No flowers by request. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the South Shore Regional Hospital, Palliative Care Unit, Bridgewater Lions Club, or to The Lodge That Gives. On-line condolences may be made to: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI05227] Calvin James Weaver 1993 Halifax Mail Star

Publication date: July 28, 1993.

Calvin James Weaver, 63, Lunenburg, died July 24, 1993, in Lunenburg. Born in Blue Rocks, he was a son of the late Arthur and Lois (Tanner) Weaver.He was a fisherman all his life and member of Central United Church, Lunenburg. He is survived by four daughters, Brenda (Mrs. Thomas Williams), donna (Mrs. Percy Haines), both of Lunenburg; Elaine Brown, Centre; Linda Allen, Winnipeg; two sons, Michael, Stonehurst; Terry, Lunenburg; two sisters, Mrs. Beulah Tanner, Lunenburg; Bernice (Mrs. Bernard Tanner), Bridgewater; two brothers, Arthur, Cyril, both of Bridgewater; 13 grandchildren; a great-grandson. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Marjorie Veinotte; sister, Doris; two infant brothers. A memorial service will be 2 p.m. Thursday in Central United Church, Lunenburg, Rev. Laurence Mawhinney officiating. Burial will be at a later date. Immediate family flowers only. Donations may be made to Nova Scotia Lung Association, Shaid Animal Shelter, or any charity through the Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, Lunenburg.

[NI05230] Wallace died in the fire when their house burned on the 26 Nov. 1968

[NI05231] The Chronicle Herald Mon, December 31st, 2007

VEINOTTE, Edith Blanche - 77, Clearland, passed away peacefully December 28, 2007, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. She enjoyed spending time at home with her family, where her time was cherished most. She enjoyed going to the Biscuit Eater for her weekly coffee and biscuit and enjoyed visits from her family and friends. She is survived by daughter, Jane; son-in-law, Bobby, and grandson, Dillon; sister, Matilda (Cedric) Lohnes, Maitland; brother, David (Elaine) Veinotte, Maitland. She was "Grammy" to Jennifer, Jeffrey and Ashleigh Veinotte, Sydnee Brown and Avery Veinotte, who she loved very much. She was predeceased by her husband, Glenwood; father, Wallace Veinotte; mother, Ruth (Milbury) Veinotte; brothers, Paul and Carl Veinotte; sister, Florence (Veinotte) Barry. Cremation has taken place. No visitation by request. A graveside service will be held at a later date. Memorial donations may be made to S.H.A.I.D. Tree Animal Shelter. Arrangements are in the care of Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay (902) 624-8241 or on-line at: www.mahonefuneral.ca. We would like to thank the office of Dr. McAuley and Dr. Steeves for Mom's care, the Victorian Order of Nurses for the weekly visits, Dr. Abriel and the palliative care team for their help and support, the many doctors and nurses at Fishermen's Memorial Hospital and South Shore Regional Hospital for all the care she had received. To staff at Kinburn Pharmacy, a thank you as well. Last, but not least, to Bob and Christine Morse for making the process easier. Thanks to everyone. Jane, Bobby and Dillon Wentzell.

[NI05241] LUTZ (Joudrey), Dora Blanche - Nicholsville, Kings Co., passed away Saturday, January, 2, 1999, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Lake Paul, Kings Co., she was a daughter of the late Rupert and Laura (Lutz) Joudrey. She was a member of the Aylesford United Church. She spent her lifetime as a homemaker and caregiver to her family. She is survived by sons, Earle, at home; Vincent, Nicholsville; Reginald, Berwick; daughters, Annie Harding, Factorydale; Beatrice (Henry) Matthews, Dalhousie; Joyce Gates, Millville; Mona (Reid) Gould, Nicholsville; Cheryl (Orland) Rainforth, Morristown; sisters, Ruby (Cecil) Rawding, Millville; Nina (Cecil) Veinotte, Factorydale; grandchildren, Leslie Harding, Debbie Cummings, Bryon Harding, Ivy Palmer, Timothy Harding, Laurie Harding, Richmond Matthews, Tony Matthews, Stephen Lutz, Bonnie Bousefield, Judi Podgurski, Randy Lutz, David Gates, Ronald Gates, Patti Gates, Danny Gould, Gary Gould, Bobby Gould, Twilla Ayling, Kristal Lutz; 27 great-grandchildren; one great great-grandchild. She was predeceased by her husband, E. Doran Lutz; sisters, Gertrude, Marie, Annie, Ella and Bertha; brothers, Frank, Fred and Vance; daughter, Violet; son, Arthur in infancy. Visitation will take place 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, January 4, in the H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick, from where the funeral service will be held 3 p.m. Tuesday, January 5, Rev. Howard Crooks officiating. Burial in the Morristown Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to the Aylesford United Church, the Victorian Order of Nurses or a charity of your choice.

[NI05253] HIRTLE, Leslie Gerald - 55, Clearland, Lunenburg Co., died March 26, 2000, in the South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Second Peninsula, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Gurney and Sadie (Cross) Hirtle. He had been self employed in housing renovation and siding. He is survived by his wife, Mayola Grace (Oickle) Hirtle; daughters, Paula Young and her husband Scott, Cookville; Susan, at home; sisters, Lavonne Conrad, East Lahave; Lila Hirtle, Clearland; Doris Stevens and her husband Donald, Clearland; Linda MacAllister, Toronto. He was predeceased by a brother Ellis. A gathering of family and friends will be held 7 - 9 p.m. Monday, April 3 in the Calvary Temple Church Hall, Mahone Bay. A family service for the burial of ashes, in the Second Peninsula Cemetery, will be held at a later date, Rev. James Haughan officiating. Memorial donations in memory of Leslie may be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or Calvary Temple, Mahone Bay. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Mahone Funeral Home, 32 Parish St., Mahone Bay.

[NI05264] St.John's Anglican Cemetery, New Germany

VEINOT
George R. 1921-1999
Doris A. 1924-2001

VEINOT, George Rollen-78 New Germany,Lunenburg Co., passed away Wednesday, May 12 1999, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in New Canada, he was the son of the late Terry and Rachel (smith) Veinot. He was a veteran of the Second World War, serving overseas. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 102, New Germany. He was a retired employee of Bowater Mersey Paper Company. Surviving are his wife, the former Doris Varner, daughters Beverly Hawksworth and husband George, Elmwood, Gail Hawksworth and husband Randy, Springfield; sons Wayne and wife Ann, Larry and wife Vicki, both of Calgary,sisters Inez Notarangelo, Falkland Ridge, Beryl Deal, Meisners Section, Ruth Conrad and husband Russell and Vivian Charlton, both of Springfield, brother Terry and wife Estella, Mnnastery, grandchildren, Tammy and Mitchell MsCarthy, Tracey and Mark Lowe, Cindy Hawksworth, Robin and Garth Gabriel , Melissa Hawksworth, Theresa Hawksworth Robin and Carmen Currie, Jason and Susan Veinot, Melody, Chad, Elissa and Caissie-Ann-Veinot: Eight great-grandchildren. Predeceased by sister Annetta Zinck, grandson Wayne Randolph Hawksworth. Visitation for family and friends will be Saturday from 7-9 p.m. in New Germany Funeral Home. 4895 Route 10 where a Legion memorial service will be at 7.15 p.m. and funeral 2 p.m. Sunday Rev. Gloria McClure-Fraser officiating. Interment of ashes will follow in St John in the Wilderness Anglican Church Cemetery

[NI05265] VEINOT, Doris Adelia - 76, loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother, passed away Thursday evening in the QEII Health Sciences Centre, Halifax with her family by her side. Doris was born in New Germany to the late Arleigh and Alda (Emino) Varner. She was a member of St. John in the Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany, where she supported the efforts of the ACW. She was a past president of the Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary, Branch No. 102, New Germany, where she was presently serving on the Executive and Nominating Committees. She was a school teacher during the Second World War, teaching in Lake Pleasant.
Surviving are her children Beverly Hawksworth and husband George, Elmwood; Gail Hawksworth and husband Randy, Springfield, Wayne Veinot and wife Ann, Larry Veinot and wife Vicki, all of Calgary, Alta ; sister Mildred MacKay and husband Karl, Upper Northfield, grandchildren, Tammy McCarthy, Tracey Lowe, Cindy Hawksworth, Robin Gabriel, Melissa Hawksworth, Theresa Hawksworth, Robin Currie, Jason Veinot, Melody Veinot, Chad Veinot, Elissa Veinot, Cassie-Ann Veinot; 10 great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband G. Rollen Veinot, in 1999; grandson Wayne Randolph Hawksworth; brother Ray Varner. Visitation Sunday evening 7-9 pm. In New Germany Furneral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany, where Furneral service will be 2 pm. Monday, Rev. Gloria McClure-Fraser officiating. Interment of ashes will follow in St. John in the wilderness Anglican Church Cemetery

[NI05275] VEINOTTE, Ernest Mansfield - 78, Sweetland, Lunenburg Co., died January 25, 1997, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Sweetland, he was a son of the late Wilbert and Martha (Eisenhauer) Veinotte. He was a past employee of National Sea Products, Lunenburg, and the Department of Transportation, survey crew. Surviving are daughters, Viola Naulls, Trenton, Ont.; Evelyn (Mrs. Basil Church), First Peninsula, Lunenburg Co.; Roselene (Mrs. S.J. McCulley), Victoria, B.C.; Erma Hackett, Northwest, Lunenburg Co.; son, Derrel, Midville Branch; sister, Pauline Zinck, Bayport; 15 grandchildren; 13 greatgrandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Daisy Marguerite Slauenwhite; daughter, Lillian; a grandson; sister, Lena; twin sister, Edna; brothers, Elvin, Maurice, Norman. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, funeral 2 p.m. Wednesday, both in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay, Rev. Robert Rock officiating. Burial in Sweetland Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, The Lung Association or to any charity.

[NI05278] EISENHAUER, Charlotte A. - 88, Halifax, formerly of Walden, Lunenburg County, died March 30, 1993, in Halifax. Born in Dalhousie, Kings County, she was a daughter of the late Amos and Amelia (Wentzell) Veinotte. She was domestically employed with Dr. and Mrs. Gordon W. Bethune for the past 35 years. She is survived by two daughters, Margaret (Mrs. Gene Daniel), Shirley (Mrs. Melbourne Hiltz), both of New Ross; son, Harry, Walden; sister, Mrs. Alice Hiltz, Forties, Lunenburg County; 11 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, James Alexander; three sisters, Lorena, Delilah, Elizabeth; two brothers, Kenneth, Harold; granddaughter, Patsy Eisenhauer. The body is in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay, where funeral will be 3 p.m. today, Rev. Carolyn Tomlin officiating. Burial will be in Lower Walden Cemetery. Donations may be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or any charity.

[NI05280] HILTZ, Alice Evelyn - 94, Forties, Lunenburg Co., died April 3, 1996, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Dalhousie, Annapolis Co., she was a daughter of the late Amos and Amelia (Wentzell) Veinot. She resided at the home of her son Maxwell until her death. She was a member of St. Augustine Anglican Church, Forties, and took an active part in church and community affairs. Surviving are sons, Amos, Niagara Falls, Ont.; Maurice, Ontario; Clifton, Fraxville, Lunenburg Co.; Melbourne, Maxwell (Max), Forties; daughters, Ada (Mrs. Floyd Jollymore), New Ross; Roxie Cote, Kentville; 10 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Percy Loren; grandson, Allan; brothers, Kenneth, Gerald; sisters, Lorena, Elizabeth Charlotte, Alberta, Delilah. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Friday in H.C. Lindsay Funeral Home, New Ross. Funeral 11 a.m. Saturday in St. Augustine Anglican Church, Forties, Rev. Gordon Neish officiating. Burial in St. Augustine Anglican Church Cemetery. Donations to St. Augustine Anglican Church or any charity.

[NI05289] Leonard Harold Zwicker, Well Known Wileville Businessman Dies, 59, of Wileville, Lunenburg County, passed away Tuesday May 21, 2002 at home with his family by his side after a courageous battle with cancer. Born in Wileville, he was a son of Esther (Wile) (Zwicker) Wentzell of Baker Settlement and the late Harold Zwicker. Len began the plumbing trade at the age of 16 Years. He worked for approximately 10 years with the former Powers Bros. of Lunenburg. In 1973, he began his own business, known as Len’s Plumbing and Heating Ltd., working from his home site in Wileville. In 1986, he opened the Mr. Plumber Store at the same location. He worked both businesses until he could no longer work due to illness in the summer of 2001 at which time, his son in law, Donnie, took over operations. He is survived by his loving wife of 38 years, Diane (Barry); daughters, Holly (Patrick) Sweeny; Stephanie (Donnie) Woodsworth, both of which were his pride and joy; his precious grandchildren, Amanda and Jeremy Sweeny, all from Pinegrove; sisters, Lucy (Bruce) Bailey, Dayspring; Anne Llewellyn, Camperdown; brothers, Richard (Beverly), Upper LaHave; Frank (Ann), Baker Settlement; step father, Cyril Wentzell, Baker Settlement; several aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins; sister in law, Ada Barry, Bramalea, Ont. Visitation will be held Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9pm in Sweeny’s Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral service will be held 1:30pm Friday in the Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Bridgewater, Archdeacon John Clarke officiating, assisted by Rev. Ivan Norton. A private family burial will follow in the Brookside cemetery, Bridgewater. A reception will follow at the family home in Wileville. Immediate family flowers only. In lieu of flowers, memorials donations may be made to Lunenburg County Palliative Care or Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Bridgewater through the funeral home or online at www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI05290] Info on their children came from Susan (Veinotte) Levy

[NI05313] The Chronicle Herald Sat, May 24th, 2008


LANGILLE, Carl Harold - 62, Centrelea, Annapolis Co., passed away May 22, 2008, in Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Bridgewater, he was a son of the late Robert and Margaret (Piggott) Langille. Carl worked for Michelin Tire for over 30 years. Although he was a late starter, he was an avid golfer. He enjoyed playing crib, fishing and hunting. He especially enjoyed working on computers. He is survived by his wife, Susan (Taylor); sons, Matthew and Darren, both at home; Michael (Tammy), Bridgetown; grandchildren, Robyn and Devin; sister, Florence "Flossie" (Charles) Bent, Beaconsfield; half-sister, Doris Emberly, Bridgewater; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brother, George; half-brothers, Roger, Ernest, Edwin, Donald, and Evan; half-sisters, Marguerite Knickle, Edna Rhodenizer, Amy Joyce, and Audrey Conrad. Visitation will be held 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday in Kaulbach Family Funeral Home, Bridgetown. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Tuesday in Bridgetown Baptist Church with Rev. George Neily officiating. Interment will be in Centrelea Cemetery. Donations in memory may be sent to the Lung Association of Nova Scotia. E-mail condolences may be sent to: KAULBACHFH@ns.aliantzinc.ca

[NI05325] Monday, December 27, 2004 The Halifax Herald Limited

LANGILLE, Evan Robert - 91, Halifax, with his "Hon" by his side, passed away December 25, 2004, in the New Halifax Infirmary, QEII. Born in Blockhouse, August 31, 1913, Evan was a son of the late Robert and Charlotte (Ernst) Langille. He was a veteran of the Second World War and retired from CFB Stadacona in 1978 as a stationery engineer. Evan and Louise (Munroe) were married May 4, 1940 - a romance that endured over 64 years. He is also survived by son, Paul (Catherine), Molega Lake; daughters, Irene (Kenneth) Sampson, Kingston, Ont.; Nancy (Terry) Scott, Cambridge, Ont.; grandchildren, Shawn (Shelley) Sampson, Louise (nee Scott) (Paolo) Cremasco, Laura Sampson and Karen (Nick) Scott-Cone, all of Ontario; stepgranddaughter, Amber Langille, Hubbards; great-grandsons, Alexander and Zachary Sampson, Scott Cremasco; sister, Doris Emberly, Dayspring; half-sister, Florence (Charles) Bent; half-brother, Carl (Susan), Bridgetown. He was predeceased by sisters, Edna Rhodenizer, Marguerite Knickle, Amy Joyce, Audrey Conrad; brothers, Roger, Edwin, Ernest and Donald. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Atlantic Funeral Home, 6552 Bayers Rd., Halifax. Funeral service will be held Wednesday, December 29, at 2 p.m. in Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, 2098 Windsor St., Halifax, Rev. Kimber MacNabb officiating. A reception will follow. Interment will be in Fairview Lawn Cemetery, Windsor St., Halifax. Family flowers only. Donations in Evan's memory may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia. Special thanks to the nurses of 6th floor, New Halifax Infirmary, QEII, for their tender care of Evan and Louise.

[NI05329] Tuesday, March 21, 2000 The Halifax Herald Limited

CONRAD, Audrey Catherine - 84, West LaHave, passed away March 19, 2000, in the Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay. Born in Blockhouse, she was a daughter of the late Robert and Charlotte (Ernst) Langille. She is survived by daughters-in-law, Agnes Conrad, Hubbards; Marilyn Conrad, Lincoln, N.B.; grandchildren, Barry Conrad, Betty Ervin, Byron Conrad, Crystal Keddy, Cynthia Conrad; six great-grandchildren; sister, Doris Emberly, Dayspring; brother, Evan Langille, Halifax; half-sister, Florence Bent; half-brother, Carl Langille, both of Annapolis Valley. She was predeceased by her husband, Amiel L.; sons, Carroll, Gerald; sisters, Edna Rhodenhiser, Amy Joyce, Marguerite Knickle; brothers, Ernest Langille, Edwin Langille, Roger Langille, Donald Langille. Visitation will be held 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Wednesday in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday in Redeemer Lutheran Church, Conquerall Bank, Rev. William Gustafson officiating. Interment to follow in Pleasantville Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Redeemer Lutheran Church, Conquerall Bank.

[NI05331] Edwin Langille 1936 Bridgewater Bulletin

The whole community mourned the passing of Edwin Langille, whose funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon, October 7th. After a short service at the house, the cortege moved to St. Paul's Lutheran Church, of which the deceased was a member. The service was conduced by his pastor, the Rev. C.H. Whitteker, assisted by the Rev. Douglas A.Conrad of the Conquerall Parish.
The deceased was a member of the 1st. Battalion Lunenburg Regiment, the officers and men of which marched in the funeral procession. Lt. Col. G.W. Bullock and Batt. Sergeant-Major Connolly were the officers in charge.
The late Mr. Langille's comrades acted as pall-bearers and members of the firing squad. At the grave, the Last Post was sounded.
The deceased was also a member of the Bridgewater Band, and they, too, took a part in the last rites of their fellow member.
Besides his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Langille, he is survived by five sisters and three brothers. They are: (Amy) Mrs. William Conrad, Halifax; Ernest, Mader's Cove; Evan, at sea; Edna, Audrey, Marguerite, Doris, and Donald, at home.

RR

[NI05332] Rec'd from Jerry Randall - transcribed by Liz - hand date on clipping Nov/88

Chronicle Herald - On Nov 7 1988, an obit for Marguerite E Knickle of North West.

Knickle - Marguerite Evelyn, 69, Northwest, died Saturday in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Mahone Bay, she was the daughter of the late Robert and Charlotte (Ernst) Langille. She was a member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Lunenburg and a member of the Town Club. She is survived by three sisters, Doris (Mrs. James Emberly), Dayspring; Audrey (Mrs. Amuel Conrad), West LaHave; Mrs. Amy Joyce, Carleton Corner; a brother, Evan, Halifax; a step-sister, Mrs. Florence Langille; a step-brother, Carl Langille, both of Centerlea, Annapolis County; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Warren; four brothers, Roger, Edwin, Ernest and Donald; a sister, Edna; a half-brother, George Langille. The body is in Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, Lunenburg. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Lunenburg, Rev. Laurence Mawhinney officiating. Burial in Hillcrest Cemetery, Lunenburg. Family flowers only. Memorial ! donations may be made to St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church or the Canadian Cancer Society.

[NI05336] Wednesday, January 30, 2002 The Halifax Herald Limited

PERNETTE (Silver), Elmeda D. - 69, West LaHave, Lunenburg Co., passed away peacefully January 29, 2002, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, after a lengthy illness. Born in Lake Pleasant, Annapolis Co., she was the eldest daughter of the late Wesley and Florence (Wile) Silver. Mom loved her family, her house and her friends. She is survived by her husband, Donald; children, Alan (Annette), Crescent Beach; Dawn (John) Millett, First Peninsula; Daphne (Paul) Hayward, West Dublin; Christine (Adam) Gladwin, Bridgewater; Christopher (Karla), Northwest; eight precious grandchildren; sister, Betty (Max) Engler, Dartmouth; brothers, Harvey (Mona), Springfield; Fred (Carolyn), New Germany; Gordon (Terry), Roundhill. A memorial service will be held 1 p.m. Friday, February 1, in West Side United Church, Pentz, Rev. Sally McShane officiating. There will be no visitation at the funeral home by request. Family flowers only. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to a charity of your choice through Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater or www.sweenysfuneralhome.com





[NI05338] The Chronicle Herald Sat, April 5th, 2008

SILVER, Harvey Frederick - 72, Springfield, Annapolis Co., passed away on Thursday, April 3, 2008, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Springfield, he was a son of the late Wesley and Florence (Wile) Silver. Prior to retirement, Harvey was employed with Michelin Tires, Bridgewater, for 20 years. He was a deacon and trustee of Springfield United Baptist Church, Springfield. Harvey built a saw mill in 1982 where he spent many hours milling and in 1986 decided to mill the lumber and build the Springfield store. He found much enjoyment camping with his family and friends. Surviving are his wife, Mona Dianne (Holland) Silver; daughter, Michelle (Jerome) Richard, New Germany; son, Neil (Terese) Silver, Bridgewater; grandchildren, Brittney and Brandon Richard, New Germany; sister, Betty (Max) Engler, Dartmouth; brother, Gordon (Terry), New Minas; sister-in-law, Carolyn Silver, New Germany; brother-in-law, Donald Pernette, West LaHave, and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by sister, Elmeda Pernette; brother, Fredie Silver, and in infancy, Chipman Silver; granddaughter, Olivia Anne Silver in infancy. There will be no visitation at the funeral home by request. Service 11 a.m. Monday in Springfield United Baptist Church, Rev. Robert Gates officiating, assisted by Rev. Hayward Baker. Private family burial to follow and everyone is welcome to attend a reception immediately following the service. Donations may be made to the Springfield United Baptist Church, IWK Health Centre Foundation, Canadian Cancer Society or charity of choice. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Sweeny's Funeral Home, New Germany, where on-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI05339] Fredie Gorman Silver (MWO Retired)
February 24, 1942 - February 12, 2003
On February 12, 2003, I lost my best friend and loving husband of 41 years. My children Stephanie, Fred, Tina and Shawn lost their wonderful father. Ron, Nancy, David and Kim lost a terrific father-in-law, and our grandchildren Charles, Michelle, Emily, Dylan, Connor, Sarah, Kate, Madison and Jacob lost their Grampy.
Fred died in a placed he loved, his woodlot in Lake Pleasant. It was the place he went to grieve for his lost mother Florence, sister Elmeda, and parents-in-law, Kenneth and Joyce. He loved to hear the wind whistling through the trees and the birds singing and to watch the deer feeding outside his camp door.
Fred was born in Springfield, Annapolis County, son of the late Florence and Wesley Silver. He joined the Royal Canadian Navy in Swift Current, Saskatchewan in November 1959. During his eight year career in the Navy, he served on the HMCS St. Croix and was among the commissioning crew of the HMCS Provider. In 1968, Fred transferred to the Royal Canadian Air Force, and from that time until his retirement in 1985 our family moved back and forth across Canada numerous times.
After his retirement, Fred worked at South Shore Ready Mix, and then became Manager of Fred's Irving in New Germany. Fred was a member of the Reserve Unit in Bridgewater until his retirement in 1997, and was a member of St. John's in the Wilderness Anglican Church.
Fred will be sadly missed by his brothers and sisters-in-law, Harvey and Mona, Springfield, and Gordon and Terry, Round Hill, his sister Betty and her husband Max, Dartmouth and brother-in-law Donald, West LaHave. His loss is also felt by his many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, neighbours and friends.
A celebration of Fred's life was held on February 16, 2003 at St. John in the Wilderness Anglican Church.
CARD OF THANKS
It is hard to put into words our feelings of appreciation to all the family and friends who helped us with words of comfort, hugs, calls, visits, flowers to our home, fruit baskets, cards, e-mails, and countless meals after Fred's tragic death.
Thank you to Reverend Catherine Robar, Janet Tipert, the church choir, organist Lana Veinotte, piper Sandy MacMillan, and the honour guard from Greenwood, all who played an important role in the celebration of Fred's life.
Thank you to Adam Tipert and Sweeny's Funeral Home for making things as easy as possible in a difficult situation.
Thank you to the members of the ACW for the delicious lunch provided after the service.
We were also very moved by the overwhelming number of memorial donations made in Fred's name to the St. John's in the Wilderness Hall and various other churches and charities. Thank you to all who contributed so generously in Fred's memory.
May God's love always shine on each and every one of you who shared in the joy of Fred's life and who share now in our sorrow after his death.
Carolyn and family

[NI05356] Mrs Hector Mosher - The funeral of the late Mrs Hector Mosher, who
passed away at the Fishermen's Memorial Hospital August 14th, was held
from Sweeny's Funeral Home Tuesday, August 17th. She was 60 years of
age and the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Obediah Rafuse of North
West. Rev R Webber was the officiating clergyman and interment was in
Hillcrest Cemetery. Pall bearers were nephews, Derrell and Ronald
Oickle; Murray and Douglas Rhodenizer. The late Mrs Mosher is survived
by her husband Hector; one son Ronald of Halifax; and two grandchildren,
Deborah and Sherrie. Also surviving are four sisters, Pearl (Mrs
William Veneau), Lunenburg; Mrs Beulah Oickle, Northwest; Hildred, (Mrs
Douglas Schwartz), Mass; Lucille (Mrs George Mullen), Mass. She was
predeceased by three sisters, Leone (Mrs Arthur King), Mass; Minerva
(Mrs James Daniels), Halifax; and Vivian (Mrs Mark Rhodenizer),
Cookville. The floral tributes are as as follows: (not copied) (LPE of
Wed, Aug 25 1965, pg 6)

Daisy Thelma Mosher (nee Rafuse)
Source Dave Tanner
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Chronicle Herald - Tuesday, 04 August 1965 - Page 7 -

Mrs. Hector Mosher -

Funeral service for Mrs. Hector Mosher of Lunenburg was held from Sweeney's
Funeral Home. Interment was in Hillcrest Cemetery. Mrs. Mosher, the former
Daisy Rafuse of North West, Lunenburg County, died in Fishermen's Memorial
Hospital at the age of 60. Besides her husband she is survived by one son,
Ronald, Halifax; two grandchildren; four sisters, Pearl (Mrs. William
Veneau), Lunenburg; Mrs. Beulah Oickle, Northwest; Hildred (Mrs. Douglas
Schwartz), Mass.; Lucille (Mrs. George Mullen) Massachusetts. She was
predeceased by three sisters, Leone (Mrs. Arthur King), Minerva (Mrs. James
Daniels), and Vivian (Mrs. Mark Rhodenizer).

Note: She was the daughter of Obediah Timothy Rafuse by his wife Mary Alice
Greaser (Creaser?).

Richard Noble

[NI05366] OICKLE, Wallace St. Clair - 86, Lower Northfield, died April 10, 1995, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Lower Northfield, he was a son of the late Jacob and Bessie (Wagner) Oickle. Surviving are stepdaughters, Agnes (Mrs. Harold Veinotte), Oakland; Gladys Feener, Maitland; Peggy (Mrs. Rex MacKay), Lower Northfield; stepson, Elliott, Lower Northfield; sisters, Hazel Daniels, North River; Leda (Mrs. Sydney Osborne), Oakhill; Ivy (Mrs. Bert Dauphinee), Florence Veinot, West Northfield; 13 step-grandchildren; 11 step-great-grandchildren; a step-great-greatgrandchild. He was predeceased by his wife, Beatrice; stepson, Douglas; step-granddaughter, Doris; sister, Elsie; brothers, Oswald, one in infancy. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, funeral 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Sweeny's Funeral Home chapel, Bridgewater. Burial in Maple Grove Cemetery, West Northfield. Family flowers only. Donations to any charity.

[NI05368] OIKLE, Oswald L. - 82, Lower Northfield, Lunenburg Co., died March 20, 1995, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Lower Northfield, he was a son of the late Jacob and Bessie (Wagner) Oikle. Surviving are his wife, Mildred; brother, Wallace, Lower Northfield; sisters, Hazel Daniels, North River; Leda (Mrs. Sidney Osborne), Oak Hill; Ivy (Mrs. Bert Dauphinee), Florence Veinot, West Northfield. He was predeceased by a sister, Elsie. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, funeral 2 p.m. Thursday in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater, Rev. Grant Walls officiating. Burial in Maple Grove Cemetery, West Northfield. Family flowers only. Donations to Maple Grove Cemetery fund or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia.

[NI05370] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 09/01/98
Category: News
Page: B16

DAUPHINEE, Ivy May - 80, West Northfield, died August 31, 1998, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Lower Northfield, she was a daughter of the late Jacob and Bessie (Wagner) Oickle. Surviving are her husband, Bert; daughters, Erna (Mrs. Wilfred Joudrey), Patricia (Mrs. Cyril Mayo), West Northfield; son, Arthur, Auburndale; sisters, Hazel Daniels, North River; Leda (Mrs. Sydney Osborne), Oakhill; Florence Veinot, West Northfield; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by sister, Elsie; brothers, Wallace, Oswald, a brother in infancy; a daughter in infancy. Visitation 7-9 p.m. Wednesday in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral 2 p.m. Thursday in St. Andrew's Anglican Church, West Northfield, Rev. Gloria McClure-Fraser officiating. Burial in Maple Grove Cemetery, West Northfield. No flowers by request. Donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, South Shore Regional Hospital Foundation, Bridgewater, or any charity.

[NI05376] Sweenys website
www.nsobits.ca

Bert Maxwell Dauphinee - 87, of West Northfield, passed away November 22, 2001 in the Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany. Born in Lower Northfield, he was the son of the late Arkanas and Maude (Eichel) Dauphinee. He owned and operated the Turkey Burger in Cookville for over 25 years. He received his 50year jewel from St Mark’s Lodge in Halifax. He was a member of Acacia Lodge #39, Antiquity Perceptory Lodge and the South Shore Shrine Club. He is survived by daughters, Erna (Wilfred) Joudrey, West Northfield; Patricia, (Cyril) Mayo, West Northfield; a son Arthur (Jayne), Auburndale; 9 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; brothers, Donald, Upper LaHave; Lester, Barss Corner. He was predeceased by his wife, Ivy (Oickle); a daughter in infancy; brothers, Evans, Malcolm, Wallace, Owen, Albert, Harry; sister Carrie. Visitation will be held 2-4 PM Saturday in Sweeny’s Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral will be held 1:30 pm Sunday from St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, West Northfield, Rev. Gloria McClure-Fraser officiating. Burial will follow in the Maple Grove Cemetery, West Northfield. Family flowers by request. Donations may be made to St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, West Northfield, R R # 2 Bridgewater, B4V 2W1, through the funeral home or at www.sweenysfuneralhome.com.

[NI05380] Tuesday, June 14, 1927 Bridgewater Bulletin
John Alfred Oikle
On Thursday, June 2nd, John Alfred, son of the late Joseph Oikle of
Lower Northfield, passed away at Halifax, where he had gone to receive
medical treatment, about a week before.
Deceased had not been well for about two years previous to his death.
He was a life-long citizen of Lower Northfield, and was well liked by
all who knew him. He was 58 years of age and a very faithful member of
the Anglican faith.
He leaves a sorrowing widow, Margaret, daughter of the late William
Lohnes of Upper Northfield, whom he married about ten years ago, also
three brothers and four sisters, - Mrs Asaph Oikle (Amelia); Jacob and
Freeman of Lower Northfield; Henry; Mrs Nathaniel Lohnes (Alice) of
Upper Northfield; Mrs Amos Ernst (Lavinia) of Union Square and Mrs
Benjamin Wagner (Phobe) of Worcester, Mass. Funeral was held Saturday
afternoon at West Northfield. Interment at Maple Grove Cemetery, Mr
Andrews (student of King's College) officiating. Sermon was preached from
the text Romans 6-8.
The were very many beautiful floral offerings from relatives and
friends.

[NI05386] MORTON, MRS. MAUD (WHYNOT) - NEW GERMANY- Mrs. Maud Morton, 85, of New Germany died Thursday in Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in New Germany, she was a daughter of the late Freeman Whynot and Mary (Robar) Whynot. Surviving are four daughters, Beulah (Mrs. Laurie Lohnes) and Vera (Mrs. Lossie Fancy), both of Upper Northfield, Lunenburg County; Mrs. Hazel Lohnes. Digby, and Mrs. Glenda Ramey, New Germany; a son Basil, Barss Corner, Lunenburg County; a sister Mae (Mrs. Edward Ernest), New Germany; 13 grand-children and 11 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband Leo and two brothers, Morrell and Oran. The body is in Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral will be 2:30 p.m. Sunday in St. John's in the Wilderness Anglican Church, New Germany, Rev. Gordon Rigby officiating, with burial in the church cemetery.

[NI05389] Mrs. Phoebe May Wagner 1950 Bridgewater Bulletin

Mrs. Phoebe May (Oickle) Wagner, 69, of Sawyer Lane, Holden, Mass., died
at her home September 14,1950 She was born in Lower Northfield, the daughter
of the late Joseph and Eliza Oickle, and had resided in Holden the past
three years, having lived 21 years previously in Worcester, Mass.
She was the wife of Benjamin E. Wagner. Also surviving are a sister,
Alice, Mrs Nathaniel Lohnes of Upper Northfield; six sons, W. Mark, Carl
F. and L. Maxwell, all of Mendon, Mass. Ralph O. of Holden, Earl R. and
Glen O., both of Worcester, two daughters, Miss Neille M. Wagner, of
Holden and Ethel A., wife of Joseph Gorski, of Worcester; 14
grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Death occurred after a short illness, and the couple had just
celebrated their 50th Anniversary on September 1.
Funeral services were at the Miles Memorial Chapel in Jefferson,
Mass., with Rev. Richard G. Preston, of All Saints Episcopal church of
Worcester, officiating. Interment was in Grove cemetery.
Flowers and expressions of sympathy were numerous, and the Wagner
family wish to thank all those who remembered them in their great loss.

RR

[NI05390] The Chronicle Herald Sat, February 23rd, 2008

ZINCK, Naomi "Pauline" - 96, Halifax and formerly of Bayport, passed away Thursday, February 21, 2008, in the Halifax Infirmary, QEII, Halifax. Born in Sweetland, Lunenburg Co., she was a daughter of the late Wilbur and Martha (Eisenhauer) Veinotte. Pauline was the last surviving member of her immediate family. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. She is survived by daughter, Sylvia and son-in-law, Charles Mossman, Halifax; grandchildren, Heather (Gary) Tilman, Lower Sackville; Sheila (Paul) Morris, Bedford; great-grandchildren, Shauna, Melanie, David, Jennifer, and sister-in-law, Emily Zinck, Lunenburg. She was predeceased by her husband, Paul; sisters, Edna, Lena; brothers, Norman, Elvin, Maurice and Ernest. Friends are invited to share their memories of Pauline with her family during visitation in Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, 11213 Highway 3, Lunenburg, today from 7-9 p.m. and where the service to celebrate Pauline's life will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. Interment will be in Bayport Cemetery, Bayport. Family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or to the charity of your choice. Pauline's family would like to thank the doctors, nurses and staff at St. Vincent's Guest Home for the wonderful compassionate care while Pauline resided at the home. We thank the doctors and nurses at the QEII 4.1 Unit for all their concerns. A special thanks to family and friends for their love and support of Pauline. www.sweenyfuneralhome.ca

[NI05391] CORNELIUS, Pearl Anne - 85, Chester, passed away August 29, 2001, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in New Ross, she was a daughter of the late Ralph and Nellie (Leopold) Broome. In her younger years she was an avid gardener and grew roses that were admired by many. Pearl loved to travel and enjoyed the company of her family and friends. Surviving are daughter, Avis and son-in-law, Cyril Armstrong, Chester; son, Wilbert, St. Catharines, Ont.; grandchildren, Daphne Armstrong, Spryfield; Brenda Crossley, Carol Crossley, Raymond Crossley, all of British Columbia; Glen Crossley, St. Catharines, Ont.; six great-grandchildren; sisters, Helen Hamilton, Dartmouth; Vivian Voiculescu, Roberta Graham, both of Halifax; Ruth Redden, Falmouth; brothers, Alvah Wile, Joseph Wile, Falmouth; Aubry Wile, Martock; Howard, Currys Corner; Theodore, Windsor Forks. She was predeceased by her first husband, Noel L. Crossley, Worcester, Mass.; second husband, Earl "Babe" Cornelius. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Saturday in Davis Funeral Home, Chester, from where funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Sunday, Rev. Dan Green officiating. Burial in Baptist Old Burial Ground, Chester. Reception to follow in church hall. In lieu of flowers, donations to South Shore Regional Hospital Foundation, Echo Lab.

[NI05399] Maurice P. Veinotte 1986 Halifax Herald

Maurice P. Veinotte, 80, of Mahone Bay, Lunenburg County, died Tuesday, January 14, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg.
Born in Sweetland, Lunenburg County, he was a son of the late Wilbert and Martha (Eisenhauer) Veinotte.
He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, Mahone Bay.
He is survived by a daughter, Verona Sorckoff, Calgary; two sisters, Mrs. Pauline Zinck, Bayport; and Lena (Mrs. Reginald Slauenwhite), Sweetland; a brother, Ernest, Sweetland; and two grandsons.
He was predeceased by his wife, the former Fannie Slauenwhite; a sister, Edna; two brothers, Norman and Elvin.
The body is in Dana L. Sweeny's Funeral Home, Lunenburg. Funeral service will be held Thursday in St. John's Lutheran Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. George Wawin officiating. Burial will be in Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse.

RR

[NI05409] Lillian Pauline Grieve 1961
Relatives and friends were shocked and saddened to learn of the passing of Mrs. Michael Grieve (nee Lillian Pauline Veinotte) of 978 Esquimalt Road, Victoria, British Columbia, on April 25, 1961. She was a resident here since August, 1960, and was formerly from Sweetland. She was a graduate of Grace Maternity School of Nursing, Halifax in May of 1960. She leaves to mourn her passing, a husband, Michael; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Veinotte of Sweetland; a grandmother, Mrs. Martha Veinotte, also of Sweetland; four sisters, Viola (Mrs. Andrew Proulx) of South Portage LaPrairie, Manitoba; Evelyn at Lunenburg; Rosalene and Erma, at
home; a brother, Derrel, at home; and a number of aunts, uncles, and cousins. Funeral services were held for her and baby on Thursday, April 27, from McCall Bros. Family Chapel, with the infant son placed in her arms. Padre C.H. MacLean officiated. Interment in Royal Oak Burial Park, Victoria.

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[NI05423] 1901 Census
District:NS LUNENBURG (#37)
Subdistrict:Northfield a(1) Page 11

33 102 Veinot Stephen M Head M Oct 19 1842 59
34 102 Veinot Lucy Ann F Wife M Oct 10 1841 60
35 102 Veinot Joseph M Son S Jan 13 1868 33

[NI05426] William was blind (Source Paul Jodrey ( Veinot books )
He never married

[NI05427] Tuesday, June 14, 1927 Bridgewater Bulletin
James Robert Langille
On the evening of June 1st, there passed away at the Dawson Memorial
Hospital, James Robert Langille of West Northfield, aged 53 years. Left
to mourn his loss are his father, Ananias Langille, his wife and
daughter and a large circle of relatives and friends. The funeral which
was conducted by Mr G. Macregor Grant, assistant minister of the New
Germany United Church was marked by a large attendance and beautiful
floral offerings.

[NI05429] "NOWE","James Levi & Ada Augusta Acker","Emily Louisa","1886-12-28","1887-09-05","LL",,,"B"

[NI05431] "NOWE","James Levi & Ada Augusta Acker","Phoebe Ann","1890-07-14","1890-12-29","LL",,,"B"

[NI05433] Mrs. Lillie Bruhm 1965 Bridgewater Bulletin

On July 20, 1965, the community of New Cornwall was saddened to hear of the passing of a dearly beloved friend, Mrs. Lillie Bruhm. She entered the Fishermen's Memorial Hospital on July 15, and although in failing health, her passing was sudden. Widow of the late Wilbert Bruhm who predeceased her in 1951, she was the daughter of the late William and Ellie Kaulback Banks. She was born at
Maplewood, Lunenburg County, May 15, 1885.
A dearly beloved mother, she is survived by two daughters, Marion (Mrs. Clarence Wagner), New Germany; Mabel (Mrs. Laurence Veinotte), New Cornwall; two sons, Murray, New Cornwall; and Maurice, with whom she resided at the old homestead. One daughter, Mildred (Mrs. George Wentzell)
and an infant son predeceased her. There are 22 living grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. There is also a sister, Hannah (Mrs. Everett Wentzell), Maplewood. One brother, Arnold , predeceased her.
Mrs. Bruhm was a faithful and devoted member of the United Baptist Church and when health permitte a valued member of the church choir, Sunday School, and Women's Missionary Society. She was also president of the W.I.N.S. for
man years, and many in the community sought her guidance and help in many ways.
Funeral service was held on Friday afternoon at 2:30 from the New Cornwall United Baptist Church,conducted by Rev. Eric Miner, Mahone Bay. The hymns were "Nearer,Still Nearer" and "Good Night and Good Morning." Pall bearers were six grandsons, Clarke, Brenton, and Gilbert Wagner, Roger and Lowell Wentzell, and Floyd Bruhm. Interment was in the Union Cemetery.

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[NI05434] Tuesday, April 11, 2000 The Halifax Herald Limit

BRUHM, Murray E. - 87, Middle Cornwall, Lunenburg Co., died April 10, 2000, in the South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Middle Cornwall, he was a son of the late Wilbert and Lillie (Banks) Bruhm. Surviving are daughters, Rosamond Langille, Middle Cornwall; Barbara Keddy, Sarnia, Ont.; son, Paul, Orillia, Ont.; sister, Mabel Veinotte, Middle Cornwall; grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, Bertha (Nauss); sons, Bruce, Floyd; sisters, Mildred, Marion; brother, Maurice. No Visitation. A graveside service at 3 p.m. Wednesday in United Baptist Cemetery, New Cornwall, Rev. Robert Rock officiating. Donations to St. Mark's Lutheran Church, New Cornwall or any charity. Arrangements have been entrusted to Mahone Funeral Home, 32 Parish St., Mahone Bay.

[NI05436] Mrs. Mildred Wentzell 1958
Mildred Catherine, wife of George Wentzell,passed away at her home in Maplewood, August 6, 1958, following a short illness. She was born at Cornwall, September 13, 1906, and was the daughter of Lily Banks Bruhm and the late Wilbert Bruhm.
Surviving besides her husband are three sons and three daughters: Beatrice, Pearl, Mabel; Roger, Lowell, and Wilbert. Also surviving are her mother, Mrs. Lily Bruhm of New Cornwall; two sisters, Mabel (Mrs. Laurence Veinot) of New Cornwall; Marion (Mrs. Clarence Wagner) of New Germany; and two
brothers, Murray of New Germany and Maurice of New Cornwall. Mrs. Wentzell will be greatly missed by all who knew her. She was a faithful member of Parkdale-Maplewood Baptist Church. She took an active part in all community work and was also a member of Rhodora Rebekah Lodge, No. 116.
The largely attended funeral was held fromParkdale-Maplewood Church at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, with Rev. Eric Miner officiating. Hymns sung were "A Shelter in the Time of Storm," "Meet Me There," and "Saved By Grace."
Pallbearers were Oran Veinot, Carl Spidle, Paul zinck, Maynard Veinot, Gerald Cook, and Milton Rhodenizer.
Interment was in Parkdale Cemetery. Rhodora Rebekah Lodge held their ceremony at the cemetery.

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[NI05438] Maurice William Bruhm 1983 Halifax Herald

Maurice William Bruhm, 63, of Middle Cornwall, Lunenburg County, died Thursday in Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Middle Cornwall, he was a son of the late Wilbert and Lillie (Banks) Bruhm.
He owned and operated a lumber mill in Cornwall which had been run by his father and uncles. He served on the Municipal Council for 17 years and was a councillor for St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Middle Cornwall for 35 years. He was active in community activities and was a leader of the 4-H Club.
Surviving are his wife, the former Marion Mader; a daughter, Mary Anne, Williams Lake, British Columbia; three sons, Michael, Prince George, British Columbia; James, Grand Cache, Alberta; and Christopher, at home; a sister, Mrs. Lawrence Veinotte, Middle Cornwall; and a brother, Murray, New Cornwall. He was predeceased by an infant son and two sisters, Mildred and Marion.
The body is in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral will be 2:30 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. George Wawin officiating, with burial in Cornwall Cemetery. Donations may be made to the Nova Scotia Kidney Foundation or St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Middle Cornwall.

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[NI05456]
Joseph Eldridge Ernst Halifax Herald
Handwritten date: December 18, 1990.

Joseph Eldridge Ernst, 88, Blockhouse, died Thursday in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Union Square, he was a son of the late Amos and Lavinia (Oickle)Ernst. He was a woodsman and carpenter. He is survived by two sons,Llewellyn, Claude, both of Blockhouse; four sisters, Mrs. Grace MacKay, New Germany;Mrs. Vera MacKay, Genevieve (Mrs. Leon Veinot), both of Upper Northfield; Miss Maude Ernst, Union Square; a brother, Obediah, Union Square; a granddaughter, Eugenie. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Amy Pearl Aulenback; three sisters, Alice, Mary, Minnie; five brothers, Howard, Freeman, Charles, Ray, Leroy in infancy. The body is in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay, visiting 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday. Funeral will be 10:30 a.m. Monday in St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Rod Gillis officiating. Burial in Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse. Donations to Fishermen's Memorial Hospital or any charity.

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[NI05458] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 02/07/97
Category: News
Page: C16

ERNST, Llewellyn D. - 69, Blockhouse, died February 5, 1997, in QEII Health Sciences Centre, Infirmary Site. Born in Blockhouse, he was a son of the late Joseph and Amy (Aulenback) Ernst. Prior to his retirement, he was employed for 18 years with National Sea Products, Lunenburg. He is survived by his wife, Isabel (Hebb) Ernst; brother, Claude and wife Helen; godchild, Eugenie Ernst, Halifax; several nieces and nephews. Visiting will be in the Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay, this evening from 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be held 2:30 p.m. Saturday in St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Linda Macdonald officiating. Burial will be in Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse. Memorial donations may be made to SHAID Animal Shelter, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or any other charity.

[NI05459] Saturday, June 8, 2002 The Halifax Herald Limited

ERNST, Claude Eugene - 70, Blockhouse, Lunenburg Co., died Friday, June 7, 2002, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Blockhouse, he was a son of the late Joseph and Amy (Aulenback) Ernst. He was a member of St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay and past member of the Blockhouse Fire Department. Surviving are his wife, the former Helen MacKay; daughter, Eugenie Ernst, Halifax; sister-in-law, Isabel Ernst, Blockhouse. He was predeceased by brother, Llewelyn Ernst. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday in Mahone Funeral Home, 32 Parish St., Mahone Bay. Funeral 11 a.m. Monday in St. James Anglican Church, Rev. Linda Macdonald officiating. Burial in Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Fishermen's Memorial Hospital Palliative Care, Garden of Rest Cemetery or a charity of choice.

[NI05465] Tuesday, January 29, 1929
The Bridgewater Bulletin

Joseph Leamon Sarty
Joseph Leamon, son of Daniel and Louisa (Ramey) Sarty, was born on the
eighth day of September, 1879, at Lakeville (now Laconia), Lunenburg
County, Nova Scotia. When three years old he moved with his parents to
Bridgewater where the rest of his life was spent. For some years after
leaving school he engaged in various lines of employment. For the past
nine years he was employed by Acadia Gas Engines, Ltd. He was
conscientious in the performance of whatever labor to which he turned
his hands. His employers could always depend upon him as a faithful and
painstaking workman.
On December 7th, 1907 he united in marriage with Christiana Weagle.
The union was blessed with two children-one daughter and one son. He was
baptized in infancy and at the age of fifteen years confirmed in the
Anglican Church. For the past twelve years he was connected with St
Paul's Lutheran Church. In this church he served several terms as deacon.
While holding this office he was noted for his punctuality in attending
the meetings, of the Church Council. He regularly sang in the choir,
never missing a service of worship, except on account illness.
After a brief sickness, resulting from an attack of influenza which he
had suffered several weeks ago, but from which it was thought he had
recovered, he passed into the unseen world on Tuesday morning, January
22nd, 1929. In his late home his departure is mourned by his widow, one
daughter, Nellie Louise, one son, Robert Leamon, and one brother, John.
The following sisters also survive to mourn his passing from the earthly
life; Mrs Asher [??or Alsher] Woodworth, Bridgewater; Mrs Arthur Sproul,
Bridgewater; Mrs William White, Boston, Mass., and Miss Effie Sarty,
Boston, Mass.
Funeral services were held at his late residence on King street,
Thursday afternoon, January 24th. Rev Geo. P. Eddy officiating. Members
of St Paul's choir sang appropriate hymns. There were many floral
tributes.
-
Card of Thanks
Mrs Sarty, and family wish to thank all those who so kindly helped them
in any way in their sad bereavement, also those who sent flowers,
letters, and cards of sympathy.

[NI05471] MacKay, Vera Blanche, 90, Upper Northfield, Lunenburg County, passed away
Wednesday, March 24, 2004 at South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater.
Born in Union Square, Vera was a daughter of the late Amos and Lavenia
(Oickle) Ernst. She was a member of St. Paul's Anglican Church, Union
Square, where she served with the ladies guild. She was an avid card player
and loved bingo, knitting socks and doing puzzle books.
Surviving are her daughter, Heather MacKay, Upper Northfield; sisters, Grace
MacKay, New Germany; Genevieve Veinot, Upper Northfield; Maude Ernst, Union
Square; and nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, George
MacKay; sisters, Alice Veinotte, Mary Olson, Minnie Vautour; brothers, Leroy
in infancy, Freeman, Charles, Howard, Joseph, Ray and Obediah.
A funeral service was held on Saturday, March 27, 2004 at St. Paul's
Anglican Church, Union Square. Rev. Tom Henderson officiated. Burial
followed in Union Square Cemetery.

[NI05473] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 10/16/93
Category: News
Page: C12

ERNST, Obediah Amos - 77, Union Square, Lunenburg County, died October 12, 1993, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Union Square, he was a son of the late Amos and Lavenia (Oickle) Ernst. He served in the Royal Canadian Army during the Second World War. He worked for Bowater Mersey in the woods most of his life. He was a member of St. Paul's Anglican Church, Union Square. He is survived by four sisters, Maude Ernst, Union Square; Grace MacKay, New Germany; Vera MacKay, Genevieve Veinot, both of Upper Northfield. He was predeceased by three sisters, Alice, Mary, Minnie; six brothers, Freeman, Charles, Howard, Joseph, Ray, Leroy in infancy. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Langilles Funeral Home, New Germany. A memorial service will be 2 p.m. October 20 in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Rev. Peter Armstrong officiating. Burial will be in Union Square Cemetery. Donations may be made to St. Paul's Anglican Church.

[NI05474] The Chronicle Herald Fri, January 9th, 2009

VEINOT, Genevieve Inez - 90, Upper Northfield, Lunenburg Co., passed away on Wednesday, January 7, 2009, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Union Square, she was a daughter of the late Amos and Lavine (Oickle) Ernst. She was a member of St. Paul's Anglican Church, Union Square. Surviving are her daughters, Joyce Rafuse, Inez (Boyd) Hebb, all of Upper Northfield; son, Basil (Donna) Veinot, Upper Northfield; sisters, Grace MacKay, New Germany; Maude Ernst, Union Square; grandchildren, Angela Veinot, Todd Veinot, Chris Hebb, Jodi Kelly; great-grandchildren, Jadzia Hebb, Logan Hebb, Ellie Silver, Madison Silver; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by husband, Leon; son, William; sisters, Vera MacKay, Minnie Vautour, Mary Olsen, Alice Veinot; brothers, Freeman, Charles, Joseph, Howard, Ray, Obediah. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, in Sweeny's Funeral Home, 4895 route 10, New Germany. Funeral 11 a.m. Saturday, in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Union Square. Rev. Anna Hoeg officiating. Burial in Hillside Cemetery, Upper Northfield. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Paul's Anglican Church, Canadian Cancer Society or charity of choice. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI05475] Leon Burton Veinot

Bridgewater Bulletin 5/13/1992

Upper Northfield - The community of Upper Northfield was saddened on Saturday, March 28, 1992, when word was received that Leon Burton Veinot had gone to his eternal rest at the South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, at the age of 83 years. Although in failing health for several years, he was tenderly cared for by his wife Genevieve, daughter-in-law Donna, and other family members. The highlight of his day was a visit from a neighbor, relative or friend. Born in Upper Northfield, he was the son of the late Leander and Laura (MacKay) Veinot. He lived his entire life in Upper Northfield, working many years as a cooper in the Annapolis Valley, and later with the Mersey Paper Company. He was a member of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, and attended regularly as long as health permitted. He leaves to mourn his wife Genevieve (Ernst); two daughtes, Joyce (Mrs. Calvin Rafuse), and Inez (Mrs. Boyd Hebb), both of Upper Northfield; two sons, William (Billy) at home, and Basil of Upper Northfield; also four grandchildren. He was predeceased by his two sisters, Alma and Mary. The body rested at the New Germany Funeral Home. Funeral service was held on Tuesday afternoon, March 31, 1992 at 2:00 p.m. from Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, Upper Northfield, with the Rev. William Gustafson and Rev. Peter Armstrong officiating. Burial was in Hillside Cemetery. Pallbearers were friends and relatives of the deceased - Lincoln Lohnes, Ross Veinot, Ralph Veinot, Dale MacKay, Roland Oickle and Karl MacKay.


Betty Rhodenizer

[NI05484]
Eva Muriel Louisa Veinot 1975 Bridgewater Bulletin

Eva Muriel Louisa Veinot, widow of the late Jason Alonzo Veinot of Baker Settlement, Nova Scotia, passed away suddenly at the Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater, on June 17, 1975 at the age of 81. Born at Blockhouse on August 7, 1893, she was a daughter of the late Henry and Louisa (Barry) Ernst. She was predeceased by two sons, Wallace and Kenneth.
Surviving are four sons, Leo, Vancouver; Arnold, Newcombville; Aaron, Baker Settlement; Albert, Halifax; six daughters, Linda (Mrs. Harry Domino), Bridgewater; Mary (Mrs. Everette Zwicker), Baker Settlement;Bernice (Mrs. Harry Fraser), Dayspring; Ellen (Mrs.Russell Stewart), Camperdown; Georgina, Bridgewater; Marion, New Elm; one brother, William, Blockhouse; a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren.
The body rested at Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater.
Mrs.Veinot was a member of St.Luke's Lutheran Church.
Funeral services were held at St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Baker Settlement on June 20 at 2 p.m., Rev. Jim Anderson officiating.
Hymns sung were "The Lord is My Shepherd" and "Unto The Hills."
Interment was in the family plot in the Union Cemetery, Baker Settlement.
Pallbearers were Donald Norwood, Warren Norwood, Lorraine Aulenback, Earl Weagle, Wilton Bolivar, and Lowell Faulkenham.

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[NI05487] Halifax Herald 7/11/2000

VENO, Letitia Ellen - 100, Newcombville, passed away July 9, 2000, in the South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Chelsea, she was a daughter of the late John and Catherine (Robar) Getson. She was the last surviving member of a family of 12. She is survived by son, Norman and wife Vivian, Baker Settlement; daughters, Norma Zinck, Beryl and husband Dawson Wile, Beatrice and husband Dana Fancy, all of Wileville; 12 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; nine great great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Sylvanus; sister, Ada; granddaughters, Cathy Zinck and Carolyn Ross. Visitation will be today from 7-9 p.m., in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral service will be held 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, in All Saints Lutheran Church, Newcombville, Rev. Willis Ott officiating. Burial will follow in the Baker Settlement Cemetery. Family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to All Saints Lutheran Church.

[NI05501] Halifax Herald 4/16/2000

ZWICKER, Eric - 66, Halifax, passed away April 14, 2000, in the VG Site, QEII. Born in Parkdale, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Stedman and Lucyann (Rafuse) Zwicker. He retired from the Halifax District School Board after 26 years of service. He was a member of the Mulgrave Park Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, the former Betty Ward; son, Murray and wife Lynn, Halifax; daughter, Heather and husband Francois, Dartmouth; brothers, Donald, Kentville; Maurice, Lincoln, Gilbert, Aubrey, all of Ontario; sister, Marion and husband Eric Wilson, East Dalhousie, Annapolis Co.; grandchildren, Jeremy, Shaun, Julia, Nicholas, Jeffrey; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his sister, Jenny; brother, Lloyd in infancy; brother, Paul. Visiting will be 2-5 p.m. today, April 16, in Atlantic Funeral Home, 6552 Bayers Rd., Halifax. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Monday, April 17, in Mulgrave Park Baptist Church, Rev. Leo Fletcher officiating. Burial will be in Oakridge Memory Gardens. Reception to follow at the church. Memorial donations may be made to palliative care or charity of choice.

[NI05505] Halifax Herald 4/17/2000

ZWICKER, Donald Howard - 79, Evergreen Home for Special Care, Kentville, formerly of Parkdale, Lunenburg Co., died April 16, 2000, in the home. Born in Parkdale, he was a son of the late Stedman and Lucyann (Rafuse) Zwicker. Surviving are his wife, the former Vivian Hiltz; son, Terry, Western Shore; daughter, Alma Ann Himmelman, Martins River; stepsons, David Galley, Gary Galley; stepdaughter, Wendy Feener; brothers, Aubrey, Toronto; Gilbert, Lincoln, Morris, Ontario; sister, Marion Wilson, Dalhousie; three grandchildren; six step-grandchildren. He was predeceased by brothers, Eric, Paul; sister, Jennie; an infant son. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today in W.C. Hiltz Funeral Parlour, Kentville. Graveside funeral 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in Elm Grove Cemetery, Steam Mill, Rev. Dr. Freeman Fenerty officiating. Family flowers only. Donation to the VON, Kings Branch, Canadian Diabetes Association or Evergreen Home for Special Care Society.

[NI05510] Mrs. Florence Evelene Fancy

Per C.H Index 05-05-64

NEW GERMANY - Mrs. Florence Eveline, wife of Guy Fancy of East Dalhousie,
died at the Halifax Convalescnet Home on Wednesday, after two years of
illness.
Born in Forties Settlement, 52 years ago, Mrs. Fancy was the daughter of
Edward and Loretta (Bezanson) Keddy.
Surviving besides her parents and husband are two daughters, Rehna
(Mrs. Charles Joudrey) of Cherryfield Road; Greta (Mrs. Errol Crossland) of
East Dalhousie; two sons, Arnold and Grover of East Dalhousie; two sisters
Alberta (Mrs. George Rhodenizer) of Lunenburg; Frances (Mrs. Hibbert Keddy)
of Forties and six brothers, Seward of Lake Ramsey; Lloyd, Gordon, George,
Douglas, all of Forties; and Theordore of Truro.
The funeral service was conducted from the Anglican Church, East
Dalhousie, with Rev. Richard Mowrey officiating. Interment was in the
Anglican cemetery in East Dalhousie.

[NI05523] ERNST, Clayton LeRoy - 75, Berwick, formerly of Aylesford, died January 7, 1993, in Western Kings Memorial Hospital. Born in Newburn, Lunenburg County, he was a son of the late James and Nettie (Feindel) Ernst. He moved to Aylesford 33 years ago and had worked at various jobs in the Berwick area. He is survived by a son, Clayton Jr., Edmonton, Alta.; five daughters, Sylvia Forsyth, Berwick West; Patricia (Mrs. Mansfield Hopkins), Joslyn (Mrs. Robert Barkhouse), both of Dartmouth; Evelyn (Mrs. Blu Alexander), Edmonton; Lorie (Mrs. Adrian Wilson), Thorsby, Alta; two sisters, Mildred Whynot, New Germany; Mabel Veinot, Kentville; 10 grandchildren. He was predeceased by two sons, Byron, Franklyn; five brothers, James, Edward, Albert, Lemuel, Laurie; two sisters, Lettie, Flora. The body is in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick, visiting 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today. A graveside service will be 2 p.m. Sunday in Berwick Cemetery, Rev. Donald MacPherson officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Western King Memorial Hospital or Berwick United Church.

[NI05525] Daughters obit has her as Eva Ramey???

[NI05526] OICKLE - Zelda Blanche - 74yrs. old of New Germany, died September 27,1994, in Rosedale Home for Special Care. Born at Union Square, Lunenburg County, she was the daughter of the late Edwin Ahiah and Eva (Ramey) Veinot. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church. She is survived by her husband Reginald Frederick, New Germany; son Mervyn, Wilmot, sister Reba Veinot, Wentzalls Lake; brother, Perry; West Northfield. She was predeceased by three sisters, Charlotte, Roxy, Frances; six brothers, Cameron, Russell, Donald, Keith,Max, Percy. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 today at Langilles Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral will be 2 PM Friday in Trinity Lutheran Church, New Germany. Rev. Robert Robb officiating. Burial will be in Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery. Donations may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church.

[NI05527] Monday, July 4, 2005 The Halifax Herald Limited


OICKLE, Reginald Frederick - 86, Kingston, died July 3, 2005, in Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Hastings, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late Archibald and Hattie (Cole) Oickle. He is survived by son, Mervyn (Diana), Greenwood, and sister, Lena (Clarence) Kaulback, Truro. He was predeceased by wife, Zelda; sisters, Beatrice, Elsie, and brother, Ernest. Private interment will be held at a later date in Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery, New Germany. On-line condolences may be sent to: middletonfh@ns.sympatico.ca

[NI05531] Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics Online

Hope DeWillow Best, born 1872 in Queens County

Item can be found in Registration Year: 1872 - Book: 1819 - Page: 87 - Number: 20

[NI05553] "LEGGE","William","D","1825-01-03",,"SJAL",,"60y","Martins River"

[NI05555] "LEGGE","William John","B","1789-05-01","1789-05-17","SJAL","William & Cath Margaret",,"John & Barbara Bolliver, Wm Legge"


This is the Last Will and Testament of me, William Legge of New Ross in the County of Lunenburg, farmer, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do make and declare this to be my last Will and Testament, in manner following that is to say: I order that all my just debts, funeral expenses and charges of proving this is my will, be in the first place paid and satisfied and after payment thereof and every part thereof. Secondly I give and bequeath to my Son in Law Samuel McDow, his heirs and assigns, all that certain tract piece, or parcel of land, situate, lying and being on the north side of the Annapolis Road in the said settlement, of New Ross and County aforesaid, being Lot No 1 in Division Letter I containing one hundred acres more or less, with all the singular houses, buildings, ways, and privileges thereunto belonging or of pertaining thereto, in consideration of which be the said Samuel McDow in his heirs and assigns is to furnish my beloved Wife Mary Ann with good sufficient board and lodging during her natural life. Thirdly I give and bequeath to my Grandson John Sarty, his heirs and assigns all that certain tract, piece, or parcel of Land situate, lying and being on the South side of the Annapolis road, being the Eastern half of Lot No 2 in Division letter K in the settlement and county aforesaid, containing fifty acres, more or less, with all sungular, the Houses, Buildings, Ways and privileges thereunto belonging or appertaining thereto. Fourthly also give and bequeath the large single Iron stove and pipe to the said John Sarty(the said stove being his fathers) Fifthly, I give and bequeath unto my beloved Daughter Catherine, wife of Issac Keddy, the sum of five pounds of lawful money of Nova Scotia, Sixthly I giver and bequeath unto my beloved daughter Eliza the wife of Michael Keddy, the sum of five pounds of lawful money of Nova Scotia, Seventhly, I give and bequeath to Elizabeth wife of James Keddy, one Shilling Sterling, she having her share of the property before the making of this will: the above sums to be paid to the respective Legalees eighteen months after the demise of my beloved wife Mary Ann. Eightly, I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Mary Ann all my personal property that may be possessed at the time of death. Lastly, I hereby nominate and appoint George Turner Esq. and Issac Keddy of New Ross, and County of aforesaid Executers of this my last will. hereby revoking and making void all former and other wills, by me at any time heretofore made and declare this only to be my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof, I the said Testator, have to this my last Will and Testament set my hand and Seal, this eighteenth day of April in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty four.
Signed sealed publisyed and declared by the said William Legge for his last Will and Testament, who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses thereto.

His William X Legg
Mark

George Turner...John Gates Sr...Issac Keddy...Samuel Turner

Lunenburg Sept 17 1864.
This is the last will and Testament of the said William Legge was duly proved on the oath of Issac Keddy, one of the subscribing witnesses thereto, as he his affidavit on file with more fully appear; and on the same day probate was granted to George turner and Issac Keddy, Executors names in said will, they being first duly sworn into office

Adolphus Gaetz
Register of Probate

[NI05561] Census Place:Block House, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada
Source:FHL Film 1375806 NAC C-13170 Dist 11 SubDist C Div 3 Page 4 Family 21 SexMarrAgeOriginBirthplace
Zenas THOMPSONMW80ScottishNova Scotia
Occ:CooperReligion:C. Methodist
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Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia Census - 1871
Mahone Bay Division 2

132THOMPSONLENAS1801
(THOMPSON)ELLONAR1807

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[NI05564] "LEGGE","Benjamin George","B","1805-08-08","1805-09-22","SJAL","William & Cath Margaret",,"Benjamin Bremner, John G Langille"

[NI05599] Twin to John David

[NI05601] Twin to Paulus

[NI05629] VEINOTTE, Clinton Arlee - 75, New Germany, Lunenburg County, died September 4, 1993, in Victoria General Hospital, Halifax. Born in Union Square, Lunenburg County, he was a son of the late Bennett and Alice (Ernst) Veinotte. He was a truck driver in his early years before going to work for Bowater-Mersey, working in the woods and later in the mill until retirement in 1976. He was an active builder, versatile repairman, working his woodsplitter and was an avid woodsman. He was a member of St. Paul's Anglican Church and Rosedale New Horizon's Senior Citizens Club. He is survived by his wife, the former Mavis Arlene Corkum; two daughters, Laverne, New Germany; Linda, Upper Northfield; six grandchildren; three greatgrandchildren; two sisters, Jessie, New Germany; Florence, Halifax; three brothers, Stuart, New Germany; Maurice, Halifax; Lawrence, Bridgewater. He was predeceased by three brothers, Carol, Gerald, Murry. Funeral will be 2 p.m. today in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Rev. Peter Armstrong officiating. Burial will be in Union Square Cemetery under the direction of Langilles Funeral Home, New Germany. Donations may be made to Canadian Liver Foundation, Kidney Foundation of Canada, Nova Scotia Branch or Canadian Diabetes Association.

[NI05630] Union Square Cemetery

FANCY
Willis Albert 1907-1992
Jessie Levine 1919-1998


FANCY, Jessie Levine - 79, New Germany, died February 24, 1998, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Union Square, she was a daughter of the late Bennett and Alice (Ernst) Veinotte. She married Willis A. Fancy and together they had a long and loving life at their home in Union Square. She became a resident of Rosedale Home for Special Care in New Germany in 1991. Willis joined her there until his death in 1992. She was a wonderful wife, sister, aunt, neighbour and friend to all. She always had a gentle and caring way about her. Surviving are sister, Florence Veinotte, Halifax; brothers, Maurice, Bridgewater; Lawrence, Cookville; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Willis Albert Fancy; brothers, Stuart, Clinton, Murry, Carol, Gerald. Funeral 10 a.m. today in Epworth United Church, New Germany, Rev. Wayne Mitton officiating. Cremation under the direction of South Shore Crematorium, Bridgewater. Burial in Union Square Cemetery. Donations to Union Square Cemetery, Rosedale Home for Special Care or Epworth United Church.

[NI05632] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 10/10/97
Category: News
Page: B4

VEINOTTE, Stuart Emerald - 69, New Germany, Lunenburg Co., died October 8, 1997, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Union Square, he was a son of the late Bennett and Alice (Ernst) Veinotte. He worked at Bowater-Mersey, woodland department, as a bulldozer operator and mechanic for 43 years, retiring in 1986. He was a member of the United Baptist Church, Barss Corner. He gave 117 donations of blood to the Red Cross. Surviving are his wife, Daisy; son, Stephen, New Germany; sisters, Jessie Fancy, Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany; Florence Veinotte, Glades Nursing Home, Halifax; brothers, Maurice, Bridgewater; Lawrence, Cookville. He was predeceased by brothers, Clinton, Carol, Murry, Gerald. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. Saturday in Barss Corner United Baptist Church, Rev. Karl Uhrstrom officiating. Burial in Springfield United Baptist Church Cemetery. Donations to Barss Corner United Baptist Church, Springfield United Baptist Church Cemetery or any charity.

[NI05636] "ERNST","Chris & Juliane Cath Robar","Jacob","1809-08-06","1809-10-25","ZLL",,,"B"

[NI05644] Caspar Ernst Bridgewater Bulletin, dated February 24, 1914.

The death of Caspar Ernst took place on February 19th, at his residence, Bridgewater, at the advanced age of 96 years and 4 months. He leaves a son and daughter, Simeon Ernst, jeweler, and Dr. Victoria Ernst, of this town. Mr. Ernst was born at Blockhouse, the son of the late Thomas Ernst. At an early age, before he was 20, with his brother, Christian, he bought the farms now owned by Alzonas Silver and Whitford Ernst and lived there previous to moving into town, where he has resided ever since. The funeral took place on Saturday conducted by Rev. W.E. Buchhholtz.

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[NI05645] "VIENOT","John Peter & Mary Cath","Hannah Judith","1823-06-02","1824-01-13","DRL",,,"B"
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Town and County News Bridgewater Buletin January 6, 1903.

Th death of Judith, wife of Caspar Ernst, occurred on Monday morning. She was born in June, 1821 and leaves a son, Simeon, jeweller, and daughter, Victoria, physician of this town. The funeral will take place on Wednesday afternoon.

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[NI05651] "VIENOT","John Peter & Mary Cath","Isabella","1825-04-20","1825-07-24","DRL",,,"B"

[NI05666]
MURPHY, Clarence Reginald "Reg" - 74, Berwick, Kings Co., passed away Friday, April 28, 2000, in the Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Aylesford, Kings Co., he was a son of the late Charles H. and Emma A. (Steadman) Murphy. He had worked for Dr. Bezanson; the Canning Factory in Aylesford and for Piercey's Supplies in Halifax for 42 years. Surviving are his wife, Florence (Meldrum) Murphy, Berwick; son, Barry (Joann) Murphy, Lower Sackville; daughters, Elaine Murphy, Aylesford; Ann (Ron) Carrigan, Dartmouth; grandchildren, Kevin, Tina, Melissa, Stephanie and Lauren; great-grandchildren, Shea, Christopher and Liam; brothers, Irvin, Halifax; Allison, Dartmouth; Clayton, Bridgetown; sisters, Dorothy McKay, Gladys Hiscoe, Elsie Wagstaff, all of Aylesford; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brothers, Harold, James and Charles; sisters, Edna Whynott, Mary Hiltz and Audrey Murphy. Visitation will be held from 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday with the funeral service at 2 p.m. Monday, both in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick, Rev. Donald MacPherson officiating. Burial in the Berwick Cemetery. Donations in memory may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or the Canadian Cancer Society.

[NI05673] The Chronicle HeraldThursday May 31, 2007

MURPHY, Irvin St. Clair - 85, Halifax, passed away at home on May 29, 2007. Born in Aylesford, Kings Co., he was a son of the late Charles and Emma (Steadman) Murphy. Irvin was a veteran of the Second World War, having served with the West Nova Regiment. He was employed at HMCS Dockyards and Irving Oil, from where he retired on January 1, 1989. He was a semi-professional gardener and took pride in his green thumb. He was an ardent cribbage player and was active in the Spryfield Young at Hearts Club, where he was good friends to all. Irvin is survived by his daughter, Carol (John) Keating; son, David (Debi); granddaughter, Jennifer (Ryan) Armitage; grandson, Jason; great-grandson, Dylan Armitage. He is also survived by his sister, Elsie Wagstaff, Aylesford; brother, Allison (Marg), Dartmouth; sister-in-law, Florence; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife of 50 years, Gladys (Chapman); sisters, Dorothy McKay, Gladys Hiscoe, Edna Whynott, Mary Hiltz, Audrey Murphy; brothers, Clayton, Reginald, Harold, James and Charles. Cremation has taken place under the care and direction of J. Albert Walker Funeral Home (2005) Ltd., 149 Herring Cove Rd., Spryfield (477-5601). Visitation will be held from 3-4 p.m. Sunday, June 3, with a memorial service to follow in the funeral home chapel, Rev. Patricia Malin officiating. Family flowers only. Donations in Irvin's memory may be made to the Lung Association of Nova Scotia (443-8141) or Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia (423-7530). On-line condolences may be sent to: wfh2005@ns.sympatico.ca

[NI05674] MURPHY, Allison Leroy "Murph" — 81, Dartmouth. Devoted husband and father passed peacefully June 17, 2009, in Dartmouth General Hospital. Born in Aylesford, he was a son of the late Charles and Emma (Steadman) Murphy. Murph was employed with Piercey Supply Ltd. where he retired in October 1992. Murph is survived by his loving wife of 47 years, Margaret (Csunyoscka); daughters, Kathy, Kim, Susan and Karen, all of Dartmouth; son, Blair (Shirley), Lake Echo; and his only grandson, Michael. He is also survived by his sister, Elsie Wagstaff, Aylesford; sister-in-law, Florence Murphy, Berwick; and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his sisters, Dorothy McKay, Gladys Hiscoe, Edna Whynott, Mary Hiltz, Audrey Murphy; brothers, Clayton, Reginald, Harold, James and Charles. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Monday, June 22 in Atlantic Funeral Home, 771 Main St., Dartmouth. Interment in Dartmouth Memorial Gardens. Reception to follow in Atlantic Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Nova Scotia Lung Association or Canadian Diabetes Association. On-line condolences may be sent to the family by visiting: www.atlanticfuneralhomes.com

[NI05675] MURPHY, Clayton Herman - 71, Bridgetown Adult Residential Centre, formerly of Upper Canard, Kings Co., passed away, Sunday, January 11, 2004, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Aylesford, Kings Co., he was a son of the late Charles and Emma (Steadman) Murphy. He is survived by his wife, the former Shirley England; daughters, Heather (Ron) Monteith, CFB Borden, Ont.; Sheila (Peter) Hughes, Habitant, Kings Co.; Sheri, Timberlea, Halifax Co.; sons, Brian, Spring Valley, P.E.I.; Blaine, Timberlea; sisters, Gladys Hiscoe and Elsie Wagstaff, both of Aylesford; brothers, Irvin, Halifax; Allison, Dartmouth; grandchildren, Jeffrey and Melissa Monteith, Ashley, Matthew and Emily Hughes. He was predeceased by sisters, Dorothy McKay, Mary Hiltz, Edna Whynott, Audrey Murphy; brothers, James, Charles, Harold, and Reginald. There will be no visitation by family request. A funeral service will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, January 14, in W.C. Hiltz/White Family Funeral Home, Kentville, Canon S.J.P. Davies officiating. Burial will take place in St. John's Anglican Church Cemetery, Church Street, Port Williams, Kings Co. Family flowers only by family request. Donations in memory may be made to Bridgetown Adult Residential Centre Bus Fund. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to W.C. Hiltz/White Family Funeral Home, Kentville.

[NI05678] Thursday, January 13, 2005 The Halifax Herald Limited

HISCOE, Gladys Marguerite - 73, Aylesford, Kings Co., passed away Wednesday, January 12, 2005, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Aylesford, she was a daughter of the late Charles and Emma (Stedman) Murphy. Gladys had worked on various farms for most of her life and had been employed at Scotian Gold Ltd., in Aylesford and Coldbrook, and most recently had been employed at Sawler Gardens Ltd., Somerset, before she retired. Surviving are her son, Gary (April McCullough) Hiscoe, Aylesford; grandsons, Brad, Jeff, Zachary and Jamie Hiscoe, all of Aylesford; sister, Elsie Wagstaff, Aylesford; brothers, Ervin and Allison Murphy, Halifax; several nieces and nephews. Besides her parents she was predeceased by her husband, Raymond Hiscoe; son, Timothy Hiscoe; sisters, Mary Hiltz, Dorothy McKay, Audrey Murphy, and Edna Whynott; brothers, Charles, Harold, Clarence "Reg", James and Clayton Murphy. There will be no visitation. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, January 14, in Aylesford Union Cemetery, Rev. Clyde Lowe officiating. Donations in memory may be made to Lung Association of Nova Scotia or any charity. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to H.C. Lindsay's Memorial Chapel, Berwick. Condolences may be sent via e-mail to: lindsayfunerals@ns.aliantzinc.ca

[NI05682] MURPHY, Harold Leslie - 74, Aylesford, Kings County, died December 3, 1993, at home. Born in Aylesford, he was a son of the late Charles and Emma (Steadman) Murphy. He served his country overseas during the Second World War, where he was wounded in Holland. He returned home in 1945. He was the recipient of the Italy Star, France and Germany Star, Canadian Volunteer Service Medal and Clasp and the War Medal, 1939-45. He was employed for 30 years with the Department of National Defense at CFB Greenwood, retiring in 1984. He is survived by his wife, the former Shirley Lutz; three sons, Wayne, Aylesford Mountain; Harold Jr., Red Deer, Alta.; Kirk, Kentville; three daughters, Nanette (Mrs. John Keddy), Burlington, Ont.; Patricia Blenus, Kingston; Pamela (Mrs. Paul Morton), Welsford; four brothers, Reginald, Berwick; Ervin, Allison, both of Halifax; Clayton, Centreville; four sisters, Dorothy McKay, Gladys (Mrs. Raymond Hiscoe), Elsie Wagstaff, all of Aylesford; Audrey Murphy, Auburn; 13 grandchildren; a great-grandchild. He was predeceased by two brothers, James, Charles; two sisters, Edna Whynott, Mary Hiltz. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, Berwick, where a legion service will be 7:30 p.m. Sunday and where funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday. Burial will be in Berwick Cemetery. Donations may be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or Nova Scotia Lung Association. cunseen world on Tuesday morning,
Funeral services were held at his late residence on King street,
Thursday afternoon, January 24th. Rev Geo. P. Eddy officiating. Members
of St Paul's choir sang appropriate hymns. There were many floral
tributes.

[NI05684] Never Married

[NI05689] MURPHY, Audrey Louise - 66, Auburn, Kings Co., died December 12, 1996, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Aylesford, Kings Co., she was a daughter of the late Charles and Emma (Steadman) Murphy. Surviving are daughter, Joan (Mrs. Arthur Salsman), Berwick; brothers, Clarence (Reg), Berwick; Irvin, Allison, Halifax; Clayton, Bridgetown; sisters, Dorothy McKay, Gladys Hiscoe, Elsie Wagstaff, Aylesford; two grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, George LeRoy Murphy; brothers, Harold, James, Charles; sisters, Edna Whynott, Mary Hiltz. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, funeral 2 p.m. Sunday, both in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel, 192 Commercial St., Berwick, Rev. Clyde Lowe officiating. Burial in Berwick Cemetery. Family flowers only by request. Donations to The Lung Association or any charity.

[NI05692] died 9 yrs of age

[NI05695] died 18 mos

[NI05697] Mrs. Garret Veinot Bridgewater Bulletin, dated March 7, 1911.

The remains of the late Mrs. Garret Veinot, formerly of this town, came from Boston on Saturday and were buried in Brookside Cemetery. Mrs. Veinot was Caroline, daughter of the late Jacob Silver. She died on Wednesday, March 2 nd, in the ninety-third year of her age. She leaves four sons, James of New Germany, William of Northfield, Stephen of Boston, and Alfred of Bridgewater; and three daughters, Mrs. Henry Taylor, Mrs. Lee Thomas, of Boston, and Mrs. Sarah Atkins of Roxbury, Mass. Mrs. Veinot left Bridgewater fifteen years ago, and has since resided with her son, Stephen, in Boston. She had 7 children, 28 grandchildren, 32 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren.

[NI05700] "VIENOT","John Peter & Mary Cath","Abel","1829-01-20","1829-04-25","DRL",,,"B"

[NI05702] "VIENOT","John Peter & Mary Cath","Cath Eliz","1835-05-21","1835-10-18","DRL",,,"B"

[NI05714] NOTARANGELO, Lewis Bradford - 83, Falkland Ridge, died January 21, 1996, in the Halifax Infirmary. Born in Falkland Ridge, he was the son of the late Michael and Nina (McNayr) Notarangelo. He was retired from the Department of Highways and was a woodsman. He was a founding member of Springfield Volunteer Fire Department. Surviving are his wife, the former Inez Veinot; stepdaughter, Maia Jack, Wentzells Lake; stepsons, Roy Holdershaw, New Germany; Joe Holdershaw, Hemford; sisters, Eunice (Mrs. Harry (Pete) Burgoyne), Geraldine (Mrs. Gordon Medicraft), Middleton; Mabel (Mrs. Hazen Rainforth), Windermere; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by sisters, Mary, Willa, one ininfancy. Funeral 2 p.m. today in Falkland Ridge United Baptist Church, Pastor Brian Wheaton officiating. Burial in Falkland Ridge Cemetery. Donations to any charity.

[NI05716] CHARLTON, Laurie Stanley - 69, Lake Pleasant, Annapolis Co., died February 22, 1995, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born at Lake Pleasant, he was a son of Arabel (Sproule) Charlton, Lake Pleasant and the late Stanley Clifton Charlton. He worked for the Department of Highways for 29 years as a heavy equipment operator until his retirement in June, 1986. Surviving are his wife, the former Vivian Veinot; sons, Clifton (Tippy), Middleton; Bruce, Debec, N.B.; Eric, Lake Pleasant; sister, Isabel (Mrs. Richard Andrews), Waverley; brother, Howard, New Germany; four grandchildren. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Langilles Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. Friday in Springfield United Baptist Church, Springfield, Rev. Brian Wheaton officiating. Burial in Springfield Cemetery. Donations to United Baptist Church Cemetery or Canadian Cancer Society.

[NI05717] The Chronicle Herald Thu, May 22nd, 2008

CONRAD, Russell Leon - 91, Springfield, Annapolis Co., passed away in Camp Hill Veterans' Memorial Building, QEII, Halifax, on Saturday, May 17, 2008. Born in Hemford, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late James Garfield and Flo (Russell) Conrad and was the last surviving member of his immediate family. Russell was a veteran of the Second World War, having served with the Royal Canadian Air Force. He was very active with his community over the years. He was a founding member of the Springfield Fire Department, a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 102, New Germany serving as secretary for a number of years. Russell also worked for his church for many years. He enjoyed bowling, loved to golf and was very passionate when it came to the care of his lawn. He is survived by his wife, Ruth (Veinot); daughter, Karen (Tim) Fisher, Bridgewater; granddaughters, Riley and Brittany; special nephew, Barry, and other numerous nieces and nephews. Russell was predeceased by his sister, Jean Schnare, and brother, Ronald Conrad. There will be no visitation by request. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Friday, May 23, in Springfield United Baptist Church, Rev. Robert Gates officiating. A private burial will follow. Immediate family flowers only, please. Memorial donations in Russell's memory may be made to Springfield United Baptist Church or the Springfield Fire Department. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI05718] Smith George E M Head M Jul 29 1860 40
Smith Annetta F Wife M Apr 29 1864 36
Smith Abia F Daughter S Feb 14 1886 15
Smith Flora F Daughter S Nov 29 1887 13
Smith Edward M Son S Aug 14 1889 11
Smith Celia F Daughter S Jun 25 1891 9
Smith Cinderella F Daughter S Nov 17 1893 7
Smith Ishmael M Son S Oct 25 1895 5
Smith Jerolan? M Son S Nov 17 1897 3
Smith Rachel F Daughter S Sep 12 1899 1


Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Baker Settlement, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:a
Archives Microfilm:T-6453

[NI05723] The Chronicle Herald and/or Mail Star Published: Mon, 2 Aug 1999, "Obituary-MacEAHERN", Page B12

MacEAHERN, Bernard Vincent - 50, Monastery, Antigonish Co., died July 31, 1999, in St. Martha's Regional Hospital. Born in Antigonish, he was the son of Rita (Grant) and the late Leo MacEachern. He graduated from St. Andrew Rural High School in 1966 and from St. Fancis Xavier University with a bachelor of education degree in 1972. Most of his teaching career was spent at Chedabucto Elementary School, Guysborough. He taught the 1998-99 term at Havre Boucher Consolidated. He is survived by his wife, Diane MacDonald; daughters, Danna; Megan, at home; sons; Michael, Scott, at home; sister, Madonna Boucher, Monastery; brothers, Ray; Havre Boucher; Grant; Cedric; Jim, Monastery; Donald, Mississauga; Allan, Pictou; Greg, Ottawa; several foster brothers and sisters. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today, 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Tuesday in St. Peter's Place, Tracadie. Funeral 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in St. Peter's Church, Tracadie, Rev. John Barry officiating. Burial in the parish cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Peter's Parish Building Fund L'Arche, Antigonish, or any charity. Arrangements entrusted to the C.L. Curry Funeral Home, Antigonish.

[NI05736] The Chronicle Herald Tuesday May 8, 2007

LANTZ, Jeffery Francis - Clearland, passed away peacefully May 6, 2007, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater, at the age of 50. Jeff is remembered for his happy go lucky attitude and his always being willing to help anybody. He was a son of Lloyd Lantz, Clearland, and the late Pauline (Langille) Lantz. He is survived, and will be sadly missed by his wife of 25 years, Louise (Zwicker); daughters, Chasity (Evan), Atilia (Jonathan); son, Tristin and Joanna; grandchildren, Sydne, Xavier, and Sky; brother, Thomas (Roxanne), Clearland; sister, Susan (Reggie), Cornwall. Cremation has taken place. Visiting will be 7-9 p.m. today in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday in St. James' Anglican Church, Rev. Bonnie Baird officiating. Burial of ashes will be at a later date. No flowers by family request. Memorial donations may be made to the Palliative Care Unit of Fishermen's Memorial Hospital; Victorian Order of Nurses, Lunenburg County Branch; The Arthritis Society or Canadian Cancer Society through Mahone Funeral Home (902) 624-8241 or on-line www.mahonefuneral.ca "When I come to the end of the road And the sun has set on me, I want no rites in a gloom filled room, Why cry for a soul set free? Miss me a little but not too long, And not with your head bowed low. Remember the Love that we all shared, Miss me but let me go!"

[NI05741] Halifax Herald 9/3/2002

VEINOT, Eugene Oscar - 88, Hemford, Lunenburg Co., died Friday, August 30, 2002, at home in Hemford. He was the son of the late Leander Rufus and Annie Mae (Snyder) Veinot. In his early years he attended school in Ontario and later worked in the woods in Hemford. He then went to work with the Maritime Tel & Tel for eight years and on to Nova Scotia Power Commission, starting as a power metre reader and working his way up to district supervisor and retired after 35 years of service. He was a member and Past Master of Hillcrest Masonic Lodge, New Germany for 58 years. He liked to work in his workshop and garden. He was an avid supporter of Hemford Fire Department and served as Fire Chief for many years. He served on the board of directors of Rosedale Home for Special Care, New Germany, for 11 years. He was always willing to help out with the lodge, church or any community function. He was forever helping his friends and neighbours. He is survived by his wife of 68 years, the former Beatrice Mailman, Hemford; daughters, Sonia (Dan) Veno, Simpson's Corner; Sandra MacQuarrie (Richard Allen), Pleasant River; grandchildren, Hector, Toronto; Jeffrey, Bridgewater; Mardi (Lloyd) Smith, Nineveh; great-grandchildren, Aaron, Cody, both of Nineveh; great-granddaughter, Kailee MacQuarrie, Bridgewater; sister, Ola McMahon, Larder Lake, Ont. He was predeceased by infant son, Hilton Leander; brother, Aubrey. A Masonic service and visitation was held Monday in Langille's Funeral Home. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. The body has been cremated. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. today in Emmanuel United Church, Hemford, Rev. Nancy Price officiating. There will be a private committal service following the memorial service in Hemford Cemetery, for the family only. Donations may be made to the Emmanuel United Church, Hemford Cemetery, Hemford Fire Department or any charity of choice.

[NI05742] VEINOT, Beatrice Ruth — 94, Hem­ford, Lunenburg Co., passed away on Monday, January 3, 2011, in Harbour View Haven Nursing Home, Lunen­burg, where she had been residing. Born in Hemford, she was a daughter of the late Alden and Samantha (Lohnes) Mailman. She was an active supporter of Emmanuel United Church, Hemford, where she had for­merly served as a steward. She was al­so an avid supporter of all community activities and functions. Surviving are her daughters, Sonia (Dan) Veno, Simpsons Corner; Sandra (Richard Al­len) MacQuarrie, Pleasant River; grandchildren, Hector MacQuarrie, Toronto; Jeffrey MacQuarrie, Lake Mush Mush; Mardi (Lloyd) Smith, Nineveh; great-grandchildren, Aaron Smith, Cody Smith, Kailee MacQuarrie; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Eu­gene Oscar Veinot; infant son, Hilton; brother, Donald Mailman; half-sister, Damie (Lohnes) Turner; half-brother, Cecil Lohnes. Visitation 2-4 p.m. Thursday in Sweeny’s Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany. Funeral 11 a.m. Friday in Emmanuel United Church, Hemford, Rev. Dale Gray offi­ciating. Private family interment to follow in Hemford Community Ceme­tery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Emmanuel United Church, Hemford Community Cemetery or Hemford and District Fire Depart­ment. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI05744] WHITMAN, Wilfred Lewis - 78, Lawrencetown, Annapolis County, died November 22, 1992, in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Inglisville, Annapolis County, he was a son of the late Ambrose and Alicia (Taylor) Whitman. He was a retired carpenter and a veteran of the Second World War. He is survived by his wife, the former Iona Eisner; son, Daniel, Lawrencetown; daughter, Maxine Grant, Lawrencetown; sister, Lydie (Mrs. Gleddon O'Neil), Inglisville; brother, Gorden, North Bay, Ont.; eight grandchildren; six greatgrandchildren. He was predeceased by seven brothers, Clyde, Gilbert, Allister, Clifford, Cyril, Clarence, Laurie; two sisters, Gertrude, Gladys. The body is in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home, Middleton, where funeral will be 11 a.m. Thursday, Dr. Philip Griffin-Allwood officiating. Burial will be in Pine Grove Cemetery, Middleton. Donations may be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or Canadian Cancer Society.

[NI05751] Everett Veinot
There died at Nineveh, on the 12th inst., Everett Veinot, eldest son of Joseph Veinot. He suffered long and patiently from the effects of a pulmonary disease. He leaves besides his parents a wife, one step-son, four brothers and one sister to mourn their sad loss, to whom this community tender their kind sympathy. He was interred in the Hemford Cemetery, on the 15th inst., the funeral being conducted by the Rev. J.M. Hooker. (hand written on obituary - March 12, 1922)


Rosemary Rafuse
www.nsobits.ca

[NI05754] MILFORD VEINOT
Mahone Bay- Milford Veinot, 74,of Mahone Bay and formerly of Hemford, Lunenburg County, died Wednesday Feb. 01, 1978 in Fisherman's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Hemford, he was the son of the late Joseph and Minna (Hirtle) Veinot. Surviving is one son Everett, Bloomington, Annapolis County; one sister Beryl (Mrs. Stanley Jagodzinski ), Reynoldsburg, Ohio; three brothers, Nelson and Lloyd, both of Simpson Corner, Lunenburg County; Terry, Springfield,Lunenburg County; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. he as predeceased by three brothers. The body is at the Mahone funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral will be Saturday at 3pm in the Hemford Immanuel Union Church, Rev. Rolf Meindel officiating. Burial will be in the Hemford Cemetery.

[NI05758] NELSON LYNN VEINOT

Nelson Lynn Veinot, 81, of 226 Spring Street, Portland Maine, passed away in Portland Hospital Tuesday, March 31,1981 after an illness of several weeks. He was born in Ninevah, Lunenburg County, a son of Joseph and Minna(Hirtle) Veinot. After attending school and as a young man, Mr. Veinot moved to Bangor, Maine, and was employed as a woodsman for a short time. He later worked with the A. and P. Bakery till retiring at the age of 65. Surviving besides, his wife, Phoebe ( Bucknam) Veinot,are three sons, Nelson L. Jr., Joseph of Portland, and Harold R. of Sanford, Maine. two stepsons,Reginald McKenney and Gordon McKenney; a stepdaughter Margaret-Curran, all of Portland; a brother Lloyd of Simpson's Corner, Lunenburg County; a sister Beryl of Reynoldburg,Ohio, USA.
Funeral service was held at 11 A.M. Friday at the funeral home of Hay and Peabody, 749 Congress Street, Rev. Arthur Moore officiating with burial in the Forest Hill Cemetery, South Portland.

[NI05760] LLOYD BERTRAND VEINOT- The many friends and relatives of the late Lloyd B. Veinot were saddened to hear of his passing away at Simpson's Corner at the age of 80 years. Born in Nineveh, Lunenburg County, he was the son of the late Joseph and Minna (Hirtle) Veinot. In 1940, he enlisted in the Second World War, serving as a gunner in the First Anti-Aircraft Battery until returning home in 1942. He received the Canadian Volunteer Service Medal and also War Medal 1939-1945. After returning home he worked as a woodsman for many years. He enjoyed the outdoors and was an avid hunter and fisherman. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather, and will be sadly missed by all those who knew him. He is survived by his wife, the former Goldie May Lowe; two daughters, Sherry Gail Veinot, New Germany, Jeannette Woodworth, Hem ford, a son Bramer Nictaux, a sister Beryl Jogodzinski, Reynoldsburg, Ohio; seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by six brothers, Everet, Terry, Lawrence, Nelson, Oren and Melford. The funeral service was held on Tuesday August 16, 1988 and Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany with Rev. Les Robertson officiating. Organist was Harley Rhoddy, Simpson's Corner. Hymns rendered were "Rock of Ages", and "The Lord is My Shepherd, burial was in the Simpson's Corner Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Raymond Durling, Randolph Conrad, Eddie Lohnes, Gilford Hyson, Rex Veinot, and Milton Snyder.
Following is a list of flowers and donations..
Casket Spray wife Goldie
Broken Heart Sherry and Craig
Wreaths - Durrelle, Raymond and Beatrice Durling; Royal Canadian Legion Branch #102
Heart - Uncle Sollie and family
Basket - Jeannette and Marlon, Pamela and Adam
Spray - Bramer and Lucy; Dougald, Lloyd and families
Cross - Phillip, Christine, Dean and Luther
Union Church Simpson's Corner - Ellison, Shirley, Stanley, Crystal and Shawn; Irene Emino, Alice Woodworth, Irving and Doris; Raeburn,Janet,and family; Mervin, Donna and girls; Frankie Dianne and girls; Laurie, Mary Ann and boys.

South Shore Regional Hospital Foundation - Lorna, Robert and Neil Silver; Arthur, Ethel and girls; Agnes Robar and Jimmy Oickle; Foster and Pat Veinot; Parkinson's Disease Foundation - D'Arcy and Debbie Silver and girls; Lamont and Annette Zinck; Ivan Veinotte.
Hemford Fire Department - Arnold Jr. and Marlene Demone; Lew and Inez Notarangelo; Rollen and Doris Veinot;Carol; Murial and Carolanne Gaul; Margaret Hubley; Russell and Ruth Conrad; Rachel Veinot; Bonnie and Orlo Murray; Suzy Joudrey; Corinna and David; Beryl Jagodinski.
Lunenburg Ground Search and Rescue - Margaret Leary and Lois Damon; Roderick and Monique Veinot and family; Carol and Merrill Veinot, Wendy Zinck and Shelly Oakley; Lois Veinot; Janice and Richard Pelley; Mildred Mader and family;Staff of Saunder's Motors; Charles and Rhena Joudrey; Sandra and Cordell; Fred Lowe; Clifford and Elieen Drew; Wally, Heather and Wendy Stewart; Richard and Dianne Smith;and family; Marie Mailman; Russell and Pauline Burgoyne; Annie Joudrey, Eric and Mildred Arenburg and boys. Pearl Arenburg; Mr and Mr Robert Comeau and family; Mr and Mrs Murray Robar; Cedric and Delilah Lowe; Garth and Darlene Hyson; Sandra Mcinnes; Robert and Beatrice Veinot; Aubrey, Shirlette and girls; Clark Veinot, Peter and Joyce Saunders; Ralph and Orie Burchell, Clyde and Laverne Zinck; Beryl Deal; Laurie, Vivian and Eric Charlton.
The many sympathy cards and letters are too numerous to acknowledge individually, but were greatly appreciated.

Card of Thanks
The family of the late Lloyd B. Veinot would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all the people who gave food and their time during the week of the search. also special thanks to the businesses and organizations that donated food and money; the Hemford and district Fire Department; all the Ground Search and Rescue Teams; RCMP Officers; the Dept of Lands and Forests and helicopter units; the many men and women who volunteered in the search; the people who sent cards, made charitable donations and visited; Dr. Kydd for his visit; Barry and Marilyn Starratt of Langille's Funeral Home, Rev. Les Robertson; the organist and pallbearers.
Special thanks also to Sandra Joudrey for her thoughtfulness and caring
Your efforts and kindness during this difficult time will always be remembered. God Bless each and every one of you
Goldie, Sherry and Craig


Two months ago today
The Tragic Moment Came
God Wanted you in Heaven
and Called upon your Name
One Heart of Gold Stopped Beating
Hard Working Hands At Rest
God Broke our Hearts to Prove to Us
He Only Takes the Best
The Leaves and Flowers May Wither
The Golden Sun May Set
But the Hearts that Loved you Dearly
Are the Ones you don't Forget
There was no time to say good-bye
The day you went away
You left us, oh so suddenly
Two month ago today

[NI05772] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 11/25/92
Category: News
Page: C8


EIKLE, Jean Gertrude - 66, Bridgewater, formerly of Maitland, Lunenburg County, died November 23, 1992, at home. Born in Oak Hill, Lunenburg County, she was a daughter of the late Robert and Dorothy (Smith) Wagner. She is survived by two daughters, Deborah (Mrs. LeVon Hazel), Conquerall Bank; Maxine (Mrs. David Conrad), Lower Sackville; son, Carl, Lake Centre; four sisters, Jessie Cross, Pauline Fraser, both of Hebbville; Ruth (Mrs. Vic Flemming), Halifax; Diane (Mrs. Tony Thibodeau), First South; two brothers, Wallace, Maitland; Ronald, Chelsea; seven grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Glenwood; son, Andrew; four brothers, Douglas, Lawrence, Donald, infant Paul. The body is in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater, visiting 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Thursday. Funeral will be 11 a.m. Friday in Christ Anglican Church, Maitland, Rev. Rod Gillis officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to Mental Health Unit of South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater.

[NI05779] According to Terry Veinot, Harold Silver and Roland Veinot had purchased a truck to haul pit-prop's with. They were returning from Weymouth and Harold decided to look on the back of the truck for the spare tire at which point he opened the truck's door and fell out with the truck driving over him.

[NI05801] William Duffus Snyder, died 1936 in Hemford, Lunenburg County

Item can be found in Registration Year: 1936 - Book: 161 - Page: 856 - Number:

Names his mother as being a Rosanna Zwicker

[NI05802] Listing in Hemford Cemetery:
SNYDER, Lettia b., Aug 3, 1853, d. Dec 31, 1895, wife of Duffus Snyder

[NI05806] The Chronicle Herald Saturday February 24, 2007

TOMPKINS, Gordon Charles - 61, Hampton, Annapolis Co., passed away Thursday, February 22, 2007, in Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Middleton, he was a son of the late Arthur and Sadie (Caldwell) (Hawksworth) Tompkins. Gordon had an innate sense of nature. He understood the weather, tides, animals and hunting. He loved the shore life, fishing and beach walking. He will be sorely missed by everyone. He is survived by his wife, Doreen; daughter, Lisa McDonald (Chris), Greenwood; son, Robert Tompkins, Round Hill; grandchildren, Chris and Ashley; stepgrandchildren, Devin and Angie; sisters, Mary Lea, Berwick; Grace Bruhm, Dartmouth; brother, Edward Tompkins, Vancouver, B.C.; many nieces and nephews, and his stepfather, Parker Hawksworth. He was predeceased by his brothers, Ronnie, Earl, James, and half-brother, Robert Hawksworth. Visitation will take place Sunday, February 25, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. in Kaulbach Family Funeral Home, Bridgetown. Funeral service will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in Hampton Baptist Church, Hampton, Pastor Bill Patterson officiating. Interment in Hampton Cemetery at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Soldiers' Memorial Hospital Palliative Care Unit, Canadian Cancer Society, or to a charity of choice. E-mail condolences may be sent to: KAULBACHFH@ns.aliantzinc.ca

[NI05812] The Chronicle Herald Mon, March 31st, 2008

NAUSS, Evelyn Pauline - 95, New Germany, Lunenburg Co., passed away on Saturday, March 29, 2008, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Watford, she was a daughter of the late Truman and Nina (Zinck) Veinot. She was educated as a teacher, having taught in many one room school houses and later finishing her career and retiring at West Northfield Elementary School, West Northfield. She was a member of Epworth United Church, New Germany. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Surviving are her daughter, Alice (Jerry) Rafuse, Parkdale; stepdaughter, Bonnie (Orie) Wentzell, New Germany; sons, Quentin (Arlene) Moore, Halifax; Victor (Marilyn) Moore, New Germany; grandchildren, David, Carson, Kevin, Cathy; Vance, Ruth, Kim; Julie; Amy, Aaron, Arden; stepgrandchildren, Graham, Trudy, Dwaine; several great-grandchildren and great great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Donald Alexander Nauss; sons, Sherman, Lewis; sisters, Grace Hampton, Alice Beck; brothers, Albert, Earl, Clarence, Richard, and Joseph; grandson, Richard. Visitation 7-9 p.m. today in Sweeny's Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. Tuesday in Epworth United Church, Rev. Joan Conrad officiating. Private family burial in Epworth Cemetery. Family flowers only, donations may be made to Epworth United Church, South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater or charity of choice. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI05813] Indian Brook Cemetery

VEINOT
Earl Carlton
October 6, 1904.
September 1, 1962.

Earl Carlton Veinot 1962 Bridgewater Bulletin

Earl Carlton Veinot passed away at his home in New Germany on September 1 st, 1962, at the age of 57 years. He was born at Livermore Falls, Maine, but spent the greater part of his life in the New Germany district.
Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Nina Veinot; also two sisters and three brothers, namely: Albert and Richard of New Germany; Evelyn (Mrs. Clifford Moore), of Stanburne; Joseph of Lawrencetown; and Grace (Mrs. Gordon Hampton), of Winnipeg; one sister and one brothere predeceased him.
The funeral service was held at Langille's Funeral Home, Barss Corner, on September 3rd, with Rev. MacDonald of New Germany United Church officiating. Hymns sung were "Nearer, My God, To Thee" and "O God, Our Help in Ages Past" rendered by the choir of the United Church of Barss Corner.

He was laid to rest in Indian Brook Cemetery. Pall bearers were Roderick Wentzell, Crosfield Bell, Edwin Fancy, Stanley Silver, Robert Silver, and Lawrence Silver.

[NI05814] Clarence William Veinote 1938 Bridgewater Bulletin

After a short illness, the death occurred September 12, at the Dawson Memorial Hospital, Bridgewater, of Clarence William Veinote, aged 30 years, son of Mrs. Trueman Veinote and the late Trueman Veinote of Watford.
Possessing a quiet disposition he had many relatives and friends who regret his passing. Surviving are his wife, formerly Miss Dorothy Drew; his mother; four brothers and two sisters;
Albert, Earl ,Richard, Joseph, (Evelyn) Mrs. Clifford Moore and Grace. One sister, Alice, predeceased him.
The funeral service was held on Wednesday from the family home and was conducted by Rev.W.H. Palmer of the United Church, who based his address on thoughts found in Psalm 23. Hymns sung were "Nearer, My God , To Thee," "Sun of My Soul Thou Saviour Dear," and "I Need Thee Every Hour." Pallbearers were Nelson Knox, Eldred Fancy, Lawrence Silver, Crosfield Bell, Elmer Penney, and Arnold Lohnes. Interment was made at the Indian Brook Cemetery.

RR

[NI05818] COMEAU, Joy Maria - 42, Marshalltown, passed away February 23, 2003, in Digby General Hospital, surrounded by her family. Born in Middleton, she was a daughter of Vernon (Janette) and the late Alberta (Allison) Vienot. She was a mother of two boys. She had battled with cancer for one year. Surviving are her husband, Edward; sons, Paul and Michael, both at home; sisters, Heather, Kentville; Holly (David) Rafuse, Aylesford; stepbrothers, Cyril, Seth, Lorne, Wayne and Dan; stepsisters, Alma, Althia, Anita; grandmother, Ethel Burling, Bridgetown; eight nephews; two nieces. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, funeral service 2 p.m. Wednesday, both in Jayne's Funeral Home, 7 Birch St., Digby, Pastor Chuck Daniels officiating. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, Digby. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society. On-line condolences may be sent to: jaynes@funeralscanada.com

[NI05825] WOODWORTH, Jeanette Lola - 58, Hemford, Lunenburg Co., died January 18, 1996, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Simpsons Corner, Lunenburg Co., she was a daughter of the late Lloyd and Goldie (Lowe) Veinot. She was a former member of the Women's Institute of Nova Scotia and a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, New Germany. Surviving are sons, Dwight, Nineveh, Lunenburg Co.; Durrelle, Lower Cornwall; Phillip, Simpsons Corner; Marlon, Hemford; daughter, Pamela (Mrs. Adam Minick), Upper Northfield, Lunenburg Co.; brother, Braemer, Nicatux; five grandchildren; two nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Glen; son, Darrell. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in R.A. Corkum Funeral Home, Wileville. Funeral 4 p.m. Saturday in Emmanuel Union Church, Hemford, Rev. Ted Heintz and Rev. William Gustafson officiating. Burial in Hemford Cemetery. Immediate family flowers only. Donations to Lunenburg County Home Support Service, Canadian Cancer Society or Canadian Diabetes Association.

[NI05829] Tuesday, December 29, 1953 The Mail-Star, Halifax, N.S.
MRS A. R. LORD
A former Nova Scotian, Mrs A. R. Lord, passed away yesterday at Benton Harbor,
Michigan. Mrs Lord was the former Samantha Ernst of Simpson's Corner, Lunenburg
County. Her first husband, John Arthur Lowe, a veteran of the First World War
predeceased her. Mrs Lord was born in Simpson's Corner and resided in Nova
Scotia the greater part of her life. She moved to Brenton Harbor about 10 years
ago. A member of the Church of England, she was active in church circles all
her life.
Surviving besides her husband, are eleven children, Elwin Lowe, Bridgetown;
Fred Lowe, Chipman, N.B.; Mrs Gordon Bealer, St. George, N.B.; Lawton Lowe,
Stanley, Hants County; Mrs Kirk Whalen, St Margarets Bay; Mrs Eugene Mader,
Chester; Mrs Clyde Zinck, East Chester; Mrs Obie Snider, Halifax; Mrs Lloyd
Veinot, Simpson's Corner; Glen Lowe, Bridgewater and Murray Lowe, Halifax. Two
children predeceased her. The remains will be forwarded to New Germany and the
funeral will be held from the home of Mrs Lloyd Veinot of Simpson's Corner.
Hillside Cemetery, Simpson's Corner, Lun Co, NS

[NI05862] Allan E Langille - Blockhouse - Funeral for Allan E Langille, 82, of Blockhouse, was held Friday in St John's Lutheran Church, Mahone Bay, Rev George Wawin officiating. He died Tuesday in the Victoria General Hospital, Halifax. Born in Blockhouse, he was a son of the late Enos and Alice (Ernst) Langille. He is survived by his wife, the former Florence Ernst; two sons, Edward, Blockhouse; Lloyd, Westville; three sisters, Letitia (Mrs Harry Veinot), Blockhouse; Charlotte (Mrs Nepean Robar), Bridgewater; Emily (Mrs Charles Smeltzer), Lunenburg; two brothers, Robie and Orbin, both of Blockhouse; nine grandchildren, and three great grandchildren. He was predeceased by a son Franklin; four sisters, Clara, Effie, Elva, and Lottie; and three brothers, Ozem, Orin, and Lawrence. Burial took place in the Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse. Donations may be made to St John's Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, or the Nova Scotia Heart Foundation. (Hfx Chronicle Herald of Sat, Feb 11 1984, p!
g 32)

[NI05864] Drowned

[NI05867] Emma Blanch Silver, born 1889 in Garden Lots, Lunenburg County
Item can be found in Registration Year: 1904 - Book: 1904 - Page: 91302431 - Number:

[NI05872] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 01/21/95
Category: News
Page: B8

LANGILLE, Robie St. Clair - 82, Blockhouse, Lunenburg Co., died January 20, 1995, in Mahone Nursing Home, Mahone Bay. Born at Langilles Lake, Blockhouse, he was a son of the late Enos and Alice Victoria (Ernst) Langille. He was a member of St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay and was a woodsman all of his life. Surviving are sons, Gerald, Oakhill, Lunenburg Co.; Vernon, Caledonia; sisters, Mrs. Letitia Veinot, Blockhouse; Mrs. Charlotte Robar, Mahone Nursing Home; brother, Orbin, Blockhouse; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by sisters, Clara, Emily, Effie, Elva, Lottie; brothers, Ozem, Allen, Orin, Lawrence. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday in Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, Lunenburg. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday in St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Linda MacDonald officiating. Burial in Old Blockhouse Cemetery. Immediate family flowers only. Donations to any charity.

[NI05880] The Chronicle Herald Tue, November 11th, 2008

LANGILLE, Orbin Wilfred -89, Blockhouse, passed away Sunday, November 9, 2008, at home. Born in Blockhouse, he was a son of the late Enos and Alice (Ernst) Langille. In his earlier years he was employed with the Mersey Pulp and Paper Company in Liverpool. An avid outdoorsman, he was blessed to be able to earn a living working in the woods, continually surrounded by the environment that he loved. Orbin enjoyed supplying wood and Christmas trees to many in the area. A warm welcome always greeted family and friends and he was known to enjoy a good competitive game of cards. Orbin was a member of St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family and will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. He is survived by his companion, Mae Hiltz, Martin's River, and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by sisters, Clara, Emily Effie, Lottie, Elva, Charlotte, Letitia and brothers, Ozem, Allen, Orin, Lawrence and Robie. Friends are invited to share their memories of Orbin during visitation in Dana L. Sweeny Funeral Home, 11213, Hwy. 3, Lunenburg, Wednesday, from 2-4 p.m. Funeral service to celebrate Orbin's life will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. in St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Ian Wissler officiating. Interment will be in Garden of Rest Cemetery, Blockhouse. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to St. James Anglican Church, or Garden of Rest Cemetery. www.sweenyfuneralhome.ca At peace with nature and with God.

[NI05894] The Chronicle Herald Wednesday August 16, 2006

OICKLE, Lloyd William - 71, Simpsons Corner, formerly of North River, Lunenburg Co., passed away on Monday, August 14, 2006, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Lakeview, King Co., he was a son of the late John and Jenny (Barkhouse) Oickle. Surviving are his wife, Lois Maling, Springfield; daughter, Rose, Springfield; sons, William (Jennifer Baker), Clementsvale; David (Stephanie Smith), Simpsons Corner; sisters, Ruth Reid, Canaan; Mary (Francis) Keddy, Waterville; brothers, Albert, Ontario; James, East Dalhousie; grandson, Jonathan Oickle; stepgrandchildren, Cecilia Smith, Donald "D.J." Smith, Caleb Huntley; a nephew, several nieces. He was predeceased by sister, Alma Rose Oickle; brother, Maynard. No visitation at the funeral home by request. A public graveside service will be 2 p.m. Thursday in St. Cyprian's Anglican Church Cemetery, East Dalhousie, Rev. Catherine Robar officiating. Family flowers only. Donations to a charity of choice. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Sweeny's Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany, where on-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI05918] Tuesday, January 24, 1933 The Bridgewater Bulletin
- Mrs Gideon Langille -
The death of Adelaide, widow of Gideon Langille, New Germany, occurred
at the home of her son, Norman, on Jan. 9th, at the age of 76 years.
Although she had been in failing health for some time she had
entertained the numbers of her family at dinner on Christmas Day,
preparing the meal herself. She was taken sick the following day and was
confined to her bed just two weeks before death occurred. Her husband
predeceased her in 1917.
Beside the son, Norman, with whom she resided there remains two
daughters, Edith, wife of Fred Fancy, of Union Square, and Rebecca,
whose husband William Read is at present very seriously ill in their
home near Springfield, Mass. There remain, also, six grand children and
seven great grand children. She was the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs
Jacob Nauss, of Middle Cornwall and of this family of seven surviving
members are Joshua Nauss of New Germany and Ralph Nauss, of Detroit,
Mich.
The funeral on Wednesday afternoon was conducted by Rev. G. W.
Bullock of Bridgewater, and after Church here the body was laid to rest
beside her husband in the cemetery at Middle Cornwall.

[NI05920] Peter A. Mader, died 1916 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County
Item can be found in Registration Year: 1916 - Book: 42 - Page: 388 - Number: 1268

[NI05929] Martin Gravers, died 1931 in Blockhouse, Lunenburg County
Item can be found in Registration Year: 1931 - Book: 149 - Page: 343 - Number:

[NI05933] VEINOTTE, Janet Marie Frances - 83, Blockhouse, Lunenburg Co., died December
26, 2003, at home. Born in Blockhouse, she was a daughter of the late Martin
and Eva (Mader) Graversgaard. She is survived by son, James (Deborah); sisters,
Pauline Balcome, Noona Adams, Virginia Keefe; grandsons, Jeremy and Christopher
Veinotte. She was predeceased by her husband, Francis; brother, Jens; infant
brother, Andrew. No visiting by request. Memorial service will be held 2 p.m.
Monday, December 29, in St. James' Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Tom
Henderson officiating. Burial will be in Old Blockhouse Cemetery. Family
flowers only please. Memorial donations may be made to St. James' Anglican
Church, Blockhouse Cemeteries Fund or Blockhouse Fire Department. Arrangements
are under the care of Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay.

[NI05938] VEINOTTE, E. Francis - 75, Blockhouse, Lunenburg County, died October 17, 1993, in Fishermen's Memorial Hospital, Lunenburg. Born in Maitland, Lunenburg County, he was a son of the late William and Lois (Joudrey) Veinotte. Prior to his retirement, he was a millwright with Nova Scotia Building Supplies, Blockhouse. He is survived by his wife, the former Janet Graversgaard; son, James, Blockhouse; sister, Betty (Mrs. Arthur Barry), Maitland; brother, Ronald, Blockhouse; two grandsons. He was predeceased by a brother, Reginald. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in St. James Anglican Church, Mahone Bay, Rev. Linda Macdonald officiating. Burial will be in Old Blockhouse Cemetery. Donations may be made to any charity.

[NI05969] "VIENOT","Nathan Freeman","B","1859-06-09","1859-06-21","MBA","James & Margaret","Cornwall",

[NI05971] "DARE","Benjamin","M","1850-02-19",,"MBA","Lucy Ann Rafuse of Chester",,

[NI05979] In Memory of
C A VEINOTTE
Private
734106
25th Bn., Canadian Infantry (Nova Scotia Regt.)
who died on
Friday, 27th April 1917. Age 23.
Additional Information: Son of Nathan and Sabina Veinotte, of Upper New Cornwall, Nova Scotia.


Commemorative Information
Cemetery: BARLIN COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Reference/
Panel Number: I. A. 68.

Location: Barlin is a village about 11 kilometers south-west of Bethune on the D188, between the Bethune-Arras and Bethune-St. Pol roads, about 6.5 kilometers south-east of Bruay. The Communal Cemetery and Extension lie to the north of the village on the D171 road to Houchin. The Cemetery Extension is entered from the road by six steps.


Historical Information: The Extension was begun by the French troops in October 1914; and in March 1916, when the French Tenth Army moved Southward and its place was taken by British troops, the 6th Casualty Clearing Station came to Barlin and buried in the Extension. In November 1917, Barlin began to be shelled, and the hospital was moved back to Ruitz; but the Extension came into use again in March and April 1918, during the German attack on this front. There are now over 1,000, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site.

.............................................................................................................................
VEINOTTE, CHARLES ALEXANDER
RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 9924 - 43
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http://data2.archives.ca/cef/gpc016/649764b.gif
No: 734106 Charles Alexander Veinotte was born September 29, 1895 at Upper Cornwall, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He served for a time in the 75th. Regiment before enlisting at Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. He received a medical examination on February 29, 1916 and then enlisted on March 2, 1916. Charles was a single man, a lumberman and a Methodist and gave the name of his next of kin, as his brother, Edward,also of Upper Cornwall. Charles was 20 years and 4 months of age, stood 5'-6", he had a 38" chest (including a 2-1/2" expansion), a dark complexion, brown eyes and
black hair.
..........................................................................................................
No: 734106 Private C. A. Veinotte, 25th. Battalion, CanadianInfantry (Nova Scotia Regiment), son of Nathan and Sabina Veinotte of Upper New Cornwall, Nova Scotia, died April 27, 1917, aged 23 years. He is buried in Barlin Communal Cemetery Extension, Barlin (southwest of Bethune and southeast of Bruay in the Pas de Calais), France.

Bill Tufts

[NI05980] wounded in WW I in France: enlisted in 219th Battle then transferred to the Engineers.


Edward St.Clair Veinotte 1960 should be 1961 Bridgewater Bulletin

Edward St.Clair Veinotte died suddenly at his home, 203 Aberdeen Road, Bridgewater, on Sunday, December 17th. He was 66. Born at Newburne, Lunenburg County, son of the late Nathaniel and Sabina Veinott, he was the last surviving member of his family. His brother, Charles, was killed in France during World War I.He is survived by his wife, the former Mary Aulenback. Himself a World War I veteran enlisting in the 219th. Battalion later transferring to the
Engineers in France. The funeral was held from the Lutheran Church, conducted by Rev. Dr. C.H. Whitteker.
Interment was in Brookside Cemetery.
The pall bearers were Comrades Everett Wentzell, Everett Hirtle, Bernard Churchill, George Murray, Warren Himmelman, and William Munroe.

RR

.............................................................................................................................
VEINOTTE, EDWARD ST. CLAIR
RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 9924 - 47
No: 282366 Edward St. Clair Veinot (spelled "Veinot" throughout this document) was born September 1, 1896 at New Cornwall, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. In 1916, he was an unmarried farmer living in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, where he enlisted on March 13th. in the 219th. Overseas ("Highland") Battalion. He gave his oath to King George V, attested that the information he had given about himself was true, he passed a medical examination and his certificate was approved and signed all on the same day.
A Methodist by faith, he gave the name of his uncle, Austin
Veinot of New Cornwall as his next of kin. Edward was 19 years of age, was 5'-9" tall and he had a 38" chest (including a 3" expansion), a medium complexion, light brown eyes, brown hair and a birthmark on the left side of his jaw.

Bill Tufts

[NI05985] The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star
Published: 12/19/94
Category: News
Page: C15

WARD, Harold Lester - 93, Auburn, Kings Co., died December 17, 1994, in Evergreen Nursing Home, Kentville. Born in Nicholsville, he was a son of the late William and Bessie (Allen) Ward. Surviving are his daughter, Mrs. Helen Acker, Bonnie River, N.B.; son, Gerald, Auburn; sister, Mrs. Myrtle Shaw, Auburn; half-brother, Roy Ward, Nicholsville; 15 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Ethel Beck; sister, Kathleen. Funeral will be 11 a.m. Tuesday in Warren T. Roop Funeral Home, Middleton. Burial in Aylesford Cemetery. Donations to any charity.

[NI05991] was 7 yrs. old on the 1881 census; is reported to have died young.
(Taken from book (Newburne Then and Now)

[NI05992] Albert and David were twins

[NI06001] 1871 Dalhousie Census records:
Acker Jacob --m--48 Luth. German farmer married
Sophie --f-- 42 " " "
Jacob --m--18
Austin --m--21
Elizabeth--f--17
Louisa --f--15
John --m-12
Dresila --f--10
James --m--8
Emma --f- -6
Major --m--3


1881 Dalhousie Census records:
Acker Sophia -54- Methodist German farmer
David -22-
Louisa -24-
Dresilla -20-
James -16-
Emma -13-
Major -12-
Emery -1-
Thomas -2/12 feb.-

[NI06002] "ALLEN","Sophia","B","1826-08-20","David & Elizabeth",,"1826-10-19",,"DRL"

[NI06010] Indian Brook Cemetery

VEINOT
Richard Owen 1910-1996

Richard Owen Veinot 1996 Halifax Herald


VEINOT, Richard Owen - 85, New Germany, Lunenburg Co., died July 19, 1996, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Barss Corner, he was a son of the late Truman and Adina (Nina) (Zinck) Veinot. He worked for McKay's Mill as a labourer. He also drove a school bus in the New Germany area and was a woodsman. Surviving are his companion, Grace Barkhouse; sisters, Evelyn (Mrs. Donald Nauss), New Germany; Grace (Mrs. Gordon Hampton), Winnipeg; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by sister, Alice; brothers, Albert, Earl, Clarence, Joseph. Funeral 2 p.m. today in Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany, Rev. Wayne Mitton officiating. Burial in Indian Brook Cemetery, Watford, Lunenburg Co. Donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, Epworth United Church, New Germany or any charity.

[NI06013] MOORE, Clifford Lewis - 87, Falkland Ridge, Annapolis Co., died October 17, 1996, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Watford, Lunenburg Co., he was a son of the late John Edward and Jerimina (Rhodenizer) Moore. He was a mixed farmer. He also worked as a woodsman most of his life. Surviving are daughter, Alice (Mrs. Gerald Rafuse), Parkdale; sons, Quentin, Halifax; Victor, New Germany; 12 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; sister, Ethel Perlene, Lower LaHave. He was predeceased by sons, Sherman, Lewis; sisters, Maude, Laura, Cora, Betty, Pharonie (Frances); brothers, Arch, Dennis, Evanda, Wilfred, Harold. Funeral 2 p.m. today in Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany, Rev. Miriam Uhrstrom officiating. Burial in Barss Corner United Baptist Church Cemetery. Donations to Kidney Foundation of Canada, Nova Scotia branch, Barss Corner United Baptist Church Cemetery, South Shore Regional Hospital or any charity.

[NI06031] WOODWORTH William B 1805-01-21 1805-02-25 SJAL William & Sophia Dorothy

[NI06032] "WOODWORTH","William & Sophia","John","1814-07-15","1815-01-17","SJAL",,,"B"

[NI06033] Shankles files

"WEIL","Andrew","B","1758 abt","1758-05-12","SJAL","Fred & Cath",,

WILE Andrew D 1832-04-21 SJAL left 16 children, h/Sus Eliz Feindel 74y Upper La Have

[NI06036] Shankles files

WILE Andrew B 1807-08-26 1807-09-28 DRL Andrew & Susanna Eliz

[NI06039] WILE Ann Cath B 1790-12-15 1790-07-24 ZLL Andreas & Regina Eliz Fred Weil & Anna
WILE Ann Cath Eliz D 1791-06-27 ZLL d/Andreas 6m

[NI06044] WILE David B 1818 abt 1818-10-08 IGI Andrew & Susanna Eliz Feindel

[NI06048] "WEIL","Joseph","B","1823 abt","1823-12-14","IGI","Andrew & Susanna Eliz Feindel",,

[NI06050] died of diphtheria

[NI06051] died of diphtheria

[NI06062] Tuesday, April 17, 1934 The Bridgewater Bulletin
- Stephen Haines -
NEW GERMANY, April 2 - The funeral of Stephen Haines, who passed away at
Herman's Island recently, was held from the United Baptist Church at
Barss' Corner, was conducted by Rev. W. R. MacWalker. Mr Haines was the
son of the late Mr and Mrs Edwin Haines and was born at New Canada March
24, 1865, his passing away being on the day following his sixty-ninth
birthday. Of this family surviving members are three brothers, Twining
of Farmington, Mathew of New Canada, and Allan of Grainsville, New
Brunswick; and one sister, Laura, wife of Caleb Arenburg, of Stanburne.
At the time of his first marriage to Miss Alice Langille, he took up his
residence at Farmington where the family resided for 28 years. Of this
union two sons survive: Stuart, New Germany, and Harold, Framington.
His second wife, before marriage, Mrs Annie Etta Whittler, of Lynn,
Mass., survives, also one son, Waldo, living at Herman's Island.
...........................................................................................................................
Haines Stephen M Head M Mar 24 1864 37
Haines Alice F Wife M Jul 13 1868 32
Haines Stewart M Son S Aug 13 1894 6
Haines Harold M Son S Mar 18 1898 3

Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Barss Corner, LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:37
Subdistrict Number:b
Archives Microfilm:T-6454

[NI06064] The Chronicle Herald Fri, November 21st, 2008

CORKUM, Florence Mildred -98, Bridgewater, Lunenburg Co., formerly of Pleasantville, passed away after a short illness on November 19, 2008, in Hillside Pines Home for Special Care, Bridgewater, with family and friends at her side. Born in Pleasantville, she was a daughter of the late William and Ester (Neil) Sarty. She is survived by daughters, Gloria (Bernard) Hagerty, Kathryn Whynot; sisters, Geneva Lockhart, Leah Randall and Arlene Snyder; grandchildren, Beth (John) Coolen, Brent (Natalie) Hagerty, Theressa (Curtis) Hynick; six great-grandchildren and one great great-grandchild; many nieces and nephews. Beside her parents, she was predeceased by her first husband, Albert Meisner; second husband, Arthur Corkum, as well as sisters, Grace Cameron, Rita Bustin, Viola Bond; brother, Willard Sarty. Visitation 2-4 p.m. today, funeral service 2 p.m. Saturday, both in R. A. Corkum Funeral Home Wileville, Rev. Douglas Porter officiating. Burial in Corkum Family Cemetery, Mount Pleasant. Family flowers only. Memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice. On-line condolences may be made by visiting: www.corkumfuneralhome.ca

[NI06068] MOORE, Lewis Eugene - 60, Cowan's Bay, Ont., died December 28, 1993, in Ross Memorial Hospital, Lindsay, Ont. Born in Barss Corner, Lunenburg County, he was a son of Clifford Moore, Falkland Ridge, Annapolis County and Evelyn (Mrs. Donald Nauss), New Germany. He is survived by his wife, the former Sheila Minor; two brothers, Quentin, Timberlea; Victor, New Germany; sister, Alice (Mrs. Gerald Rafuse), Parkdale. He was predeceased by a brother, Sherman. Service was held December 31 in Bobcaygeon Chapel of the Illman-Platter Funeral Home, Bobcaygeon, Ont.

[NI06070] ROBAR, Elwood James - 80, North River, Lunenburg County, died November 1, 1994, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born at North River, he was a son of the late Emery George and Laura Mable (Acker) Robar. He worked at logging with Kirk's Christmas Tree and also with Zwicker's Mill. He is survived by daughters, Francis (Mrs. David Carter), Berwick; Vivian Robar, Watford; sons, Gordon, Chester, both of North River; four grandchildren; sister, Elrita Daniels, North River. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Elda Selena Acker; daughter, Leona; a child in infancy; a grandchild; three great-grandchildren; sister, Stella; brother, Caleb. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Langilles Funeral Home, New Germany, where funeral will be 2 p.m. Saturday, Rev. Robert Robb officiating. Burial will be in North River Cemetery, Lunenburg County. Donations may be made to defibrillator fund of Lunenburg County Ambulance or St. Paul's Lutheran Church.

[NI06071] Percy L Oickle - Barss Corner, Lunenburg County - Percy Lloyd Oickle, 79, of Barss Corner, died Friday in Cole Harbor. Born in Lower Northfield, he was a son of the late Henry and Janetta (Fancy) Oickle. He was a member of Epworth United Church, New Germany. He is survived by four daughters, Myra (Mrs Arlee Delond), Bridgewater; Maysie (Mrs Bert Stewart), Mount Forest, Ont; Marie (Mrs Charles Cook), Charlottetown; Janetta (Mrs Hector Powers), Bridgewater; fifteen grandchildren; four great grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Luella May Whynot; and two brothers, Hubert and Basil. The body is at Langille's Funeral Home, New Germany. Funeral service will be held Sunday at 2 pm in Epworth United Church, Rev Sandy McPherson officiating. Burial will be in Barss Corner Community cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Barss Corner Community Cemetery fund. (CH of Sat, Mar 5 1977, pg 28)

[NI06073] Mrs Arlee Delong - Bridgewater - Mrs Arlee Delong, 57, died Thursday at Victoria General Hospital, Halifax. Born in Upper Northfield, she was a daughter of the late Percy and Luella (Whynot) Oickle. She is survived by her husband Arlee; one son Reid, Comox, B C; two grandchildren; three sisters, Maysie (Mrs Gilbert Stewart), Mount Forest, Ontario; Marie (Mrs Charles Cook), Charlottetown; Janetta (Mrs Hector Powers), Bridgewater. The body is at Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater. Funeral service will be 1:30 pm Sunday at Bridgewater United Baptist Church, Rev J Melville Scott officiating. Interment in Barss Corner Community cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Barss Corner Community cemetery fund. (CH of Sat, Mar 27 1977, pg 47)

[NI06081] Alma Jean Oickle
Upper Northfield - It was with deep sorrow and regret that a large circle of relatives and friends learned of the passing on Monday evening, May 7, 1984 at Hillside Pines ""Home of Special Care"" of Alma Jean Oickle, age 81, widow of the late Hubert Oickle of Upper Northfield. The late Mrs. Oickle was born Sept. 30, 1902, at Upper Northfield and was the daughter of the late Leander and Laura (MacKay) Veinot. She was a member of Mr. Calvary Lutheran Church, the L.C.W., Hawthorne Rebekah Lodge of New Germany, the U.C.W. and a former member of the Womens' Institute. She is survived by one daughter Hope (Mrs. Lincoln Lohnes) and one son Debney, both of Upper Northfield; one brother Leon, also of Upper Northfield; four granddaughters and seven great grandchildren. Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her husband in 1968, and a sister Mary (Mrs. James Silver). The body rested at Sweeny's Funeral Home where on Wednesday evening the Rebekah Lodge held a memorial service. Funeral Service which was largely attended was held from St. Calvary Lutheran Church on Thursday morning, May 10 at 11 a.m. and was conducted by Rev. Wm. Gustafson, assisted by Rev. Gary Patterson. Interment was in Hillside Cemetery, Upper Northfield."


Marie Joudrey's files
www.nsobits.ca

[NI06082] Friday, February 22, 2002 The Halifax Herald Limited

OICKLE, Debney Basil - 77, Upper Northfield, Lunenburg Co., passed away February 20, 2002, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Upper Northfield, he was a son of the late Hubert and Alma (Veinot) Oickle. He was a member of Upper Northfield United Church, a life member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 24, Bridgewater, was a member of the MicMac Rod and Gun Club in Wentzell's Lake. He was one of the founding members of the LaHave River Ramblers Square Dancing Club. He is survived by his daughters, Mary Ellen (Mrs. Wayne Zinck), Brenda (Mrs. James Fancy), both of Upper Northfield; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; sister, Hope (Lincoln) Lohnes, Upper Northfield. He was predeceased by his wife, Shirley (Mossman); daughter, Marilyn Woodworth. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. today in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater, with a public Legion tribute service being held at 7 p.m. Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday in Upper Northfield United Church, Lt. Don McFadden officiating. Burial will follow in Hillside Cemetery, Upper Northfield. Family flowers only. Memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or Upper Northfield United Church, through the funeral home or at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.com

[NI06085] Laura Veinot
Death cast a gloom over the community of Upper Northfield and surrounding districts on Wednesday evening, June 7th, 1972, when it claimed a good friend and neighbour in the person of Mrs. Laura Veinot, widow of the late Leander Veinot and familiarly known to all as Grammie Laura, at the age of 90 years. In spite of her many years, she was still young in heart, and was very active up to the time of her death which came very sudden. She was a devoted mother and grandmother and will be sadly missed in her home and community. She was a daughter of the late Mary and Adolphus MacKay and was born at Upper Northfield, where she lived her entire life. A faithful member of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, L.C.W. group and Good Will Sewing Circle, she took a keen interest in all phases of its work. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Alma Oickle, one son Leon, with whom she resided, 7 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral service which was largely attended was held from Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church on Friday, June 9th, at 2 p.m. and was conducted by her pastor, Rev. Richard Tubbe. Interment was in the Upper Northfield cemetery.


Rosemary Rafuse
www.nsobits.ca

[NI06087] Theodore Bernard MacKay passed away on September 1, 2003 at his home in Union Square. Born in Upper Northfield on February 9, 1941, he was the son of the late Keith and Annie (MacKay) MacKay. He is survived by his wife, Sylvia (Veinot), daughter Charlene, Union Square; sons Todd (Sheila Fillmore), Union Square; Trevor, Cochrane, Ontario; Sheldon (Tabatha Zinck), New Germany. Also surviving are half-brothers Boyd (Karen) Oickle, Cookville; Gregory (Stephanie) Oickle, Bridgewater; Bradford (Janet) Oickle, Alberta; Larry Oickle, Pinehurst; two grandsons, Daniel and Anthony. He was predeceased by his stepfather, Rex Oickle and uncle and sister-in-law Eugene and Marlene MacKay.
Funeral service was held on September 4, 2003 at St. Paul's Anglican Church, Union Square. Burial was in the Union Square Cemetery. Pallbearers were relatives and friends of the family: Clayton MacKay, Troy MacKay, Corey Robar, Randy Conrad, Winston Meisner and Kevin Wentzel.
As Father's Day approaches, the wife and family of the late Theodore MacKay extend a much belated but very sincere thanks to family and friends who comforted and supported them at the time of and subsequent to Theodore's death. Thanks to all for the floral arrangements received. Thank you for the prayers and the messages of comfort in cards, phone calls and e-mails. A heartfelt thanks to the Rev. Tom Henderson, Janet Tipert, Adam Tipert and his fellow workers at Sweeny's Funeral Home and pallbearers. We are thankful for the generous donations to St. Paul's Anglican Church, Union Square Cemetery and to the family. Thank you to family and friends who brought food to the home and to the reception at Merle's home after the burial. We would like to express our thanks to the many doctors who cared for Theodore throughout the years, especially Dr. J. Jenkins and his receptionist, Judy. Sylvia would like to thank the people who had continued to befriend Theodore in these last years !
in spite of his complex issues and problems. It meant so much to both of us.
Wife and Family

[NI06088] NAUSS, Donald Alexander - 86, New Germany, Lunenburg Co., died February 2, 1999, in South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Farmington, he was a son of the late Joshua and Zilpha (Conrad) Nauss. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, New Germany. He was a retired carpenter and foreman for Acadia Construction, Bridgewater. He was an avid gardener, carpenter, enjoyed camping and the outdoors. He was a past member of the Lunenburg County Bluegrass Association. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family. Surviving are his wife, the former Evelyn Veinot; daughter, Bonnie (Mrs. Orie Wentzell), New Germany; stepdaughter, Alice (Mrs. Gerald Rafuse), Parkdale; stepsons, Victor Moore, New Germany; Quentin Moore, Halifax; three grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; several step-grandchildren and great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his first wife, the former Alice Meisner; sisters, Sadie, Maymie, Alice; brothers, Ernest, Archie, Laurie, Harry, Robert; stepsons, Sherman, Lewis. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in New Germany Funeral Home, 4895 Route 10, New Germany. Funeral 2 p.m. Friday in Trinity Lutheran Church, Rev. Ted Heinze and Don McFadden officiating. Burial in the church cemetery. Donations to Trinity Lutheran Church, Epworth United Church or New Germany Medical Centre.

[NI06145] Albert, his wife, two daughters & his brother Eli died in a fire 11/5/1928. 9 Children Married Sophia Eliz. Ernst, sister of Louisa who married Elias Naas

[NI06146] twin to Alice

[NI06147] twin to Henry
Mrs. Alice WHYNOT
Halifax Herald - 22 Dec 1943 Monday

MRS. J. W. WHYNOT
SPRINGFIELD, Dec.18- After a lingering illness Mrs. J. Wallace (Alice) Whynot passed away at her home in Springfield Wednesday, Dec 15, at the age of 67 years.
The deceased is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Royal Balcom of Nictaux and Mrs. Arthur Rent, of Halifax; five sons, James of Eureka, Cal., Arthur of Wolfville, Clarence overseas, Steadman and Carl of Springfield; and three sisters, Mrs. Clarence Beach of Boston, Mrs. Naas of Washington and Mrs. Lemuel Niford of Conqueral Mills. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Mr. Palmer of New Germany this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment was in Springfield Cemetery.

Source Ron Zinck

[NI06164] Lived in the farm house that his father built in Conquerall Bank, Nova
Scotia. It overlooked the La Have river.

[NI06170] As a young man he left Conquerall Bank, Nova Scotia and settled in
Fitchburg, Massachusetts. He worked there as a Bricklayer. He advertised
that he could lay 2000 bricks a day.

~1919 - Shortly after WW1 he traveled to Madison Tennessee. After a year
or so, he moved on to Jackson Mississippi, where he lived for several
years.

Wilbert and a partner opened a cookie shop in Mobile Alabama. The partner
was later bought-out.

[NI06192] died 08 Jan 1871 65 yrs.

[NI06209] Shankles BDM
FEINDEL Joel B 1839-06-23 1839-09-22 SJAL Adam & Sophia

[NI06215] "ACKER","Charles Austin","B","1848-01-08","1848-05-20","ZLL","Jacob & Sophia",,"Geo Acker & wife, Anna Christina"

Springfield Cemetery
Charles A Auckor
Charles A son of Jacob and Sophia Auckor, died 13 Jul 1873 aged 24 yrs 6 mons

[NI06219] Mrs. Sophia Isabella Feindel 1940 Bridgewater Bulletin
Mrs. Sophia Isabella Feindel, aged 79 years, wife of the late Ariel Feindel, passed away Monday. April 22nd, at 1 a.m. at her residence here after an illness of two years. She was a devoted mother of Christian character.Surviving of twelve children are Robert R., Archibald, and Beatrice S., of Bridgewater; Hilda (Mrs. Oliver Allen) of Melrose, N.B.; Bessie (Mrs. L.C. Knickle) of Truro; and Kathleen of Halifax; two sisters, Mary in England; and Bessie in Connecticut; a brother, William, died this month in Ireland; 20 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.She was born at Broad Cove, Lunenburg County, daughter of James Robert Fayle, seventy-nine years ago.
The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at the home.

RR

[NI06224]
Robert Gray Silver, born 1867 in Lunenburg County
Item can be found in Registration Year: 1867 - Book: 1817 - Page: 58 - Number: 577
...........................................................................................................................

Robert Grey Silver, died 1938 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County
Item can be found in Registration Year: 1938 - Book: 174 - Page: 380 - Number:

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Robert G. Silver Bridgewater Bulletin, dated January 26, 1938.
Lunenburg News
Robert G. Silver, a well-known highly respected citizen of this town, passed away recently following an illness of several weeks. Besides his widow, he is survived by one son, Douglas Silver of Glace Bay and one daughter, Frances, a member of the local staff of the Bank of Montreal. There also survives two sisters, Margaret, wife of Creighton Zinck and Ellen, widow of G. Allen of Worcester, Mass. The funeral took place on Tuesday, the service being conducted by Rev. H.Stanley Bland of Central United Church of which deceased was a faithful member. The members of the Loyal Orange Lodge, with which the deceased was affilated and in which he took a deep interest, attended the funeral in a body. Interment was in Hillcrest Cemetery.

RR

[NI06236] FEINDEL Simon B 1868-03-01 1868-08-02 MBA Joel & lavinia A

[NI06237] Shankles BDM
FEINDEL Edward B 1870-08-15 LCO Joel & Adelia Knock

[NI06241] Shankles BDM
FEINDEL Isaac B 1869-04-23 1869-08-01 MBA Joel & Lavinia Adelaide

[NI06243] FEINDEL ROOTS

By G.I.K. Feindel
Curator of DesBrisay
Museum (1966-1980

Most likely origin
of the surname "Feindel"
The derivation of the name "Feindel" dates before the year 1034 when the spelling was "Feindl: meaning hostile in German. Sometime prior to this date two rich brothers founded the castles of Sterrenburg and Liebenstein out of an inheritance left to them by their father. They were toll fortresses located in the village of Bornhofen on the Rhine River, south of Heidelburg, and they were in the services of the old German Empire. The brothers disagreed and eventually a wall of stone was built between the two castles in close proximity to both. Later a bloody feud. resulted and the victor claimed and took all. This was a time of club law (when might was the law). The two fortresses are known today as Sterrenburg and Liebenstein, the castles of the "Feindl Bruder" or hostile brothers. I have in my possession two photographs of the castles as described taken in 1954. They are shown in ruins. These were acquired by my second cousin Colonel J.R. Feindel, M.D. C.M., during his stay in Germany with the occupation forces following the second World War.
Some records of the mid 1700's show the spelling of the name as "Feinthel"and in recent years I have noted it as "Feindell" as used by a few. However, the spelling "Feindel" has stood the test of time and has remained steady and constant by the public at large.

The Feindel Family
from 1710-1961

Part of the plan for the effective occupation of Nova Scotia after the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle and the restoration of Louisburg to France, was founding of Halifax in 1749, and the distribution of Foreign Protestants amongst Acadian settlements.
To this end about 2500 Germans, Swiss, and French Protestants were attracted to Halifax between 1749 and 1753. Volume 28 of Public Archives of N.S. reports the arrival of 10 vessels from Rotterdam, Germany between 1750 and 1752 with 2230 Germans, Swiss and French Immigrants on board.
At the time of their embarkation from Germany, the church bells summoned them to a special religious services and great lamentation was manifest at their departure (ref: DeBrisay's History page 23).
Among the first of these ships to arrive in Halifax were the Pearl, Ann, Gale, Sally, Betty, Murdock and Swan.
The writer has seen the photostatic copy of the original shipping register of the good ship "Gale" at the home of Dr. Winthrop Bell of Chester N.S. who is historian and author of the "Foreign Protestants and Settlements of Nova Scotia. The "Gales" register records the name of Georg Jacob Feinthel, 42 years old, from Duenponts, a town located in Palatinate Germany (a state of the old German Empire on the River Rhine).
Georg Jacob Feinthel was accompanied by his wife, Elizabeth, son George Michael, four to fourteen years of age; infant daughter, Apolonia; adult daughter Maria Barbara. (Ref. Bell's Memo's).
They embarked at Rotterdam on June 5, 1752 with 245 others on board, and arrived in Halifax on Sept 6, (Bell's History page 240).
The initiative of the French at Chignecto and fear of the Indian hostility led British officials to abandon the original plan of settling the immigrants amongst the Acadians, and to plant them nearer Halifax; hence the founding of Lunenburg (P.A.N.S. Public Archives of Nova Scotia.
On May 28, 1753, 1453 settlers, 92 regular troops and 66 rangers embarked at Halifax and arrived at Lunenburg (at the time called Melegash - the Mic-Mac Indian name for Melky Bay) on June 7, all under command of Colonel Lawrence. They landed on the shore of the harbor at the outlet of a small brook, which they named Rous's Brook in honor of Capt Rous, under whose safe conduct they had arrived. (DeBrisay History).
In consequence of a British proclamation published in Germany in 1750, each settler who came to Nova Scotia was to receive 50 acres of land free of rent and taxes for 10 years, with 10 additional acres for each member of the family (DeBrisay's History).
The land at Lunenburg was laid out according to a plan approved by Governor Hopson at Halifax in six divisions - namely Zouberbuhler's, Creighton's, Morreau's, Rudolfs, Straesburgher's, and Steinfort's divisions, named after officers in command. Each division consisted of eight blocks, and each block was then divided in 14 lots of 60x40 feet (ref' Bell's History).
Georg Jacob Feinthel was given lot C5, Zouberbuhler's Division (Bell's memo's ) This would be on the north side of Lincoln Street, the property now owned by F.F. Comstock, Optometrist, 1961.

PAGE 2
FEINDEL ROOTS
BY G.I.K. FEINDEL
CURATOR OF DESBRISAY MUSEUM
1966-1980

My interest in the Feindel family prompted me in 1942 to compile information pertaining to that subject that could be substantiated with reliable references. My research deal with the direct line of my family only. However, my ancestors are common to all descendants of the early Feindels. Therefore my family history is being published here for the purpose of motivating interest in other branches of the family tree, so they may pursue their own genealogical research, if they so desire. As stated the beginning of my family history is the same for all branches of the Feindel family. Those who become interested will find the experience a rewarding one. Best wishes to all who become involved.

The settlers at Lunenburg were victualed out of Halifax for some few years until they became established. Victualing lists of 1755, N.S.P.A., record the following names - the father Georg Jacob Feinthel and his wife Elizabeth, also the children - Maria Barbara Feinthel and George Michael Feinthel. The papers of Canon Harris N.S.P.A., also record the birth of another son, Georg Conrad Feinthel in the same year. The daughter Apolonia's name, however, was disappeared from the above lists, and by 1757 lists both the fathers, Georg Jacob and the mother's Elizabeth names have disappeared also, but in 1756 Elizabeth married George Frederick Emeno, therefore the father Georg Jacob, must have died between 1755 and 1756 victualing lists.
The daughter Maria Barbara, married Theodore Nau in September, 1768 (Ref Bell's Memo's).
To summarize the foregoing children of John Jacob Feindel and his wife Elizabeth were; George Michael Apolonia, Maria Barbara, and George Conrad, born 1755 in Lunenburg.
Note: DeBrisay History on page 55 states that an early treaty of peace was signed with Francis Mius Chief of Mic-Macs, at LaHave on Nov 9, 1761. I thought it might be timely to insert the above in order to give the reader some idea of the conditions that existed at this time.

2ND GENERATION

George Michael, son of Georg Jacob being listed as an orphan, received a 300 acre grant in Second Division G17 in 1764 (Ref Bell's memo's and the Registrar of Deeds and Grants at Bridgewater). The writer has a copy of the old plan showing the early Feindel with grants) According to Canon E.A Harris notes on the Feindel family, preserved in the N.S.P.A. George Michael moved to the United States and lived in Worcester Mass. Where he met Ann Mary Lord. He returned to Lunenburg Co., however, before the Revolutionary War started, bringing the latter presumably by Col Joseph Pernette to J.P. for whom he worked as an artisan, with him. They were married at West La Have in August 1766. She was born 1749 and died 1823 - aged 74.
Book 443 P.A.N.S. under the returns of Township Lunenburg January 1st 1770 records as follows:
George Feindel and his wife and list of their stock as follows - two cows, one young meat cattle and one swine. The children George Michael and wife, the former Anna Mary Lord, were Elizabeth, who married Lorenz Denbert in 1798. Anna Maria, born Dec 29, 1770 married J Michael Fenzy in 1786, Georg Gerhardt born 1772. Sophia Dorothea, born 1777, married Wm Woodworth 1799. Suzanne Elizabeth born 1785 married Andreas Weil, 1804 Maria Barbara born 1787 married Philip Hiltz, 1812 Maria Catherine born 1790, John born July