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CB Obits Years Prior to 1900
Last Name Full Name Published in Date Published Contributor Obit Date of Death Born at or Date of Birth Notes
Ahearn John Ahearn Vital Stats – 1875, Cape Breton Death Certificates 30/01/1875 Colin Waye John Ahearn, male, age 84, widower, born Waterford, Ireland, 30 Jan. 1875, Sydney, informant J.G. Kavanagh


Ayles William Ayles Vital Stats – 1875, Cape Breton Death Certificates 14/05/1875 Colin Waye - William Ayles, male, age 39, married, born Gabarous, parents – Timothy and Catherine, farmers, 14 May 1875, Gabarous, informant John Ayles


Bagnell Margaret Jane Bagnell Messenger and Visitor, Saint John, N.B. (Daniel F Johnson : Volume 87 Number 2924 Collection) 19/04/1893 Donald A. Snow d. Gabarus, Jan. 24, of consumption, Margaret Jane BAGNELL, age 7 years 5 mos., youngest child of Deacon George BAGNELL. The funeral exercises were conducted by the pastor, assisted by Rev. Craft, Methodist.


Bagnell Matilda Bagnell North Sydney Herald 24/05/1893 Donald Snow Source. BAGNELL: Matilda. 52. WIfe of Thomas Bagnell, at Gabarus, May 10


Barron Lawrence Barron CapeBreton News 14/04/1855 Juanita MacDonald BARRON: LAWRENCE, age 78. Native of Waterford, Ireland. Died April 10th, 1855, at Low Point, CapeBreton.


Boland Michael Boland CapeBreton News 13/08/1853 Juanita MacDonald BOLAND: MICHAEL, age 54, Native of Ballilagh, County of Waterford, Ireland. Brother to WALTER BOLAND, of Sydney. Died Halifax. March 8th, 1853.


Boudrot Capt. Thomas Boudrot The Casket 30/10/1890 Mary Chaplain Obituary The well-known Capt. Thomas Boudrot died at his residence in Arichat on Thursday evening, the 23rd inst., after a lingering illness, which he bore with resolute endurance and Christian resignation. He was yet in the youth of old age, being only fifty-five years, and leaves a wife, a large family, and an extensive circle of friends to mourn their irreparable loss. Capt. Boudrot was one of the many descendants of a French family that settled in Cape Breton over a century ago. When quite young he took to the sea-faring life, and in due course of time became Shipmaster and owner. Being of a kind heart and charitable disposition, the needy never asked of him in vain. He was brother to the late Hon. Chas. Boudrot, a member of the Legislative Council, who died a few years ago. Requiescat in pace. 23/10/1890

Boutilier Joseph Boutilier GLACE BAY COASTAL COURIER 13/03/1875 Colin Waye - Joseph Boutilier, male, 5 days, infant, born Cow Bay, parents – David and Lydia Boutilier, Laborer, 13 March 1875, Cow Bay,


Brann Bobery (?) M. Brann Death Certificate 25/10/1871 Colin D. Waye -Bobery (?) M. Brann, male, 5 mths., born Cow Bay, s/o William Brann,collier,Oct.25,1871,Glace Bay, informant W. Brann 25/10/1871

Burke Captain Michael Burke THE CASKET 24/03/1898 Maureen McNeil THE LATE CAPTAIN MICHAEL BURKE - Another of Cape Breton's oldest and most repected citizens has been called away in the person of Captain Michael Burke of Main-a-dieu. The summons came on the 6th inst. when consoled with the last rites of the Catholic Church of which he had been a most faithful member, he reparted this life fully resigned to the will of Almighty God. Captain Burke had lived a most useful life and a life which was indeed above the ordinary. He was born at Main-a-dieu on the 10th of June 1812 and at an early entered upon the sea-faring life, during the course of which he had seen the greater part of the world. He may be said to have been a sea captian of the old school and as a consquence was a sea captain in every sense of the term. He owned at one time or another as many as fifteen vessels, the greater number of which he had built with his own hands. During the last twenty years Captain Burke lived practically in seclusion giving himself up to the study and as he so very himself said to a preparation for the end to which we were all created. There can be no mistaking it, Capt. Burke was a thorough student and any man whoever had the pleasure of conversing with him will readily testify to this fact. His remains will be laid to rest in the cemetery at Main-a-dieu on the 8th inst. after a solemn High Mass of Requiem. He leaves behind him one surviving son, Captain William Burke, one daughter Mrs Bates of Louisbourg and a large number of grandchildren. To thes we extend our heartfelt sympathies. R.I.P. 24/03/1898

Burke Nicholas Burke Semi Weekly Sydney Express 28/10/1879 Juanita MacDonald BURKE: NICHOLAS, aged 60 (?). Native of Tipperary County, Ireland. Resident of Lingan, CapeBreton for 45 yrs. Died Oct. 20th, 1879. Survived by wife and six children


Caffray Jane Elizabeth Caffray Death Certificate 16/11/1871 Colin D. Waye -Jane Elizabeth Caffray, female, 30,married, North Sydney, d/o Robert and Maria Nesbit, Nov.16,1871, informant Maria M. Nesbit


Canary Thomas Canary VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 29/02/1868 Maureen McNeil Canary, Thomas, male age 84, born Ireland, no parents names given, died 29 Feb. 1868 of Old Age at Ingonish. Informant James Canary. Registar J.W. Burke, Ingonish.


Chiasson Mary Chiasson VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 31/10/1871 Maureen McNeil Chiasson, Mary, female age 25, daughter of Calip and Ann Daisley, died 31 Oct. 1871. Informant Vilar Chiasson. Registar Neil McAskill at Cape North.


Clarkeson Thomas Clarkeson Death Certificate 19/12/1871 Colin D. Waye - Thomas Clarkeson, male, 60, married, born Scotland, s/o John Clarkeson (both dead), informant Thomas Clarkeson-Dec.19, 1871, Sydney Mines


Corbett Margaret (MacKenzie) Corbett
05/11/1749 R. Fraser Sydney Mines - The funeral of the late Mrs. Margaret Corbett, Ross Ferry, was held Saturday, Nov 5th, from the Fillmore and Whitman Funeral Home at 2:00 p.m. The service was conducted by Rev. T. W. Brett. Hymns sung were The Lord Is My Shepherd and What A Friend We Have In Jesus. Pall bearers were Philip MacLeod, Alex Grant, David Fraser, Alexander D. Fraser, John MacKay and David MacDermid. Interment was made in Man Of War Cemetery, Ross Ferry.[NO DATE]

Russell Johnson: Margaret MacKenzie 1875, d/o Donald MacKenzie 1835 and Sarah MacRae 1845. In 1909 she married William Corbett b. 1856. Both buried in Man O' War cemetery, no dates on Margaret's stone. Her husband d. 1943
Corcoran Jeremiah H. Corcoran Cape Breton Free Press 26/01/1845 Juanita MacDonald CORCORAN: JEREMIAH H., age 42. Teacher. Native of County Galway, Ireland. Died January 21st, 1845, Sydney Mines, CapeBreton


Cunningham John Cunningham
16/05/1864 Ann Batten Cunningham, John was a member of the 23rd Massachusetts Infantry, Company I and was born in Cape Breton (then a part of Nova Scotia?). He was 19 years old at the time of his enrollment as a musician on July 28, 1862. On May 16, 1864 he was killed at Drury's Bluff.


Dodd Mrs. Charles Dodd Vital Stats – 1875, Cape Breton Death Certificates 01/02/1875 Colin Waye - Mrs. Charles Dodd, female, age80, married, Feb.1, 1875, Sydney, informant A. MacIntyre


Donahue James Donahue VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 19/12/1869 Maureen McNeil Donahue, James, male age 88, died 19 Dec. 1869, married son of Thomas and Mary Donahue at Bay St. Lawrence of Old Age. Informant James Donahue.


Dunphy Martin Dunphy CapeBreton Free Press April 12, 1845 31/03/1845 Juanita MacDonald DUNPHY: MARTIN, age 62 yrs. Native of Kilkenny, Ireland. Died March 31, 1845, at his residence, Lake Kilkenny, CapeBreton.


Farrell Thomas Farrell The Casket 30/09/1897 Maureen McNeil Thomas Farrell at Little Glace Bay on the 14th instrument, in the 58th year of his age, Thomas Farrell and esteemed citizen of L. G.Bay, after ailing for years. He bore his illness patiently and humbly submitted to the Divine Will. He leaves a wife, five sons and five daughters to mourn the loss of an affectionate husband and father. May his soul rest in peace.


Ferguson Donald Ferguson DEATH RECORDS -MACLEAN UNITED CHURCH or STEWART UNITED CHURCH, Whycocomagh 02/03/1895 Juanita Macadonald DONALD FERGUSON d. Roseburn 02/03/1895

Finlayson Solomon Finlayson Death Certificate 11/12/1871 Colin D. Waye - Solomon Finlayson,male,25,married, born Point Edward, s/o Duncan and Ann Finlayson, informant Elizabeth Finlayson - Dec. 11,1871, Sydney Mines


Fitzpatrick William Fitzpatrick CapeBreton News 06/03/1852 Juanita MacDonald FITZPATRICK: WILLIAM, age 79. Native of Cork, Ireland. Died Feb. 26th, 1852, Sydney, CapeBreton.


Glassel Margaret Glassel Death Certificate 15/10/1871 Colin D. Waye - Margaret Glassel, female, still born, Glace Bay, parents John Glassel and Ham Culer (?), informant Margaret Buchanan, Oct.15, 1871, Little Glace Bay


Gleason Elizabeth E. Gleason Death Certificate 07/11/1871 Colin D. Waye -Elizabeth E. Gleason, female, infant, born Glace Bay, d/o Francis Gleason, collier, Nov.7, 1871, informant Francis Gleason


Healan Maurice Healan CapeBreton News 19/10/1850 Juanita MacDonald HEALAN: MAURICE, age 59. Native of County Cork, Ireland. Died Oct. 11, 1850, Low Point, CapeBreton.


Howley Lawrence Howley CapeBreton News 18/10/1851 Juanita MacDonald HOWLEY: LAWRENCE. age 61. Native of the Parish of Mooncoin, County of Kilkenny, Ireland. Died Oct. 14th, 1851, on the Bridgeport Rd, CapeBreton.


Johnston Annie Johnston
31/12/1749 R. Fraser The death of Mrs. Annie Johnston, 74, a well known and esteemed Whitney Pier resident occurred yesterday morning in City of Sydney Hospital after a brief illness. A native of Boularderie Mrs. Johnston had lived at Whitney Pier for a number of years and was a valued member of Trinity United Church and UCW. She resided at 27 Connaught Street. Besides her husband, Donald John, she is survived by two sons, Donald at Whitney Pier and Everett in Toronto, four daughters, Margaret (Mrs. Frank Sedgewick) of Montreal; Irene, at home; Helen (Mrs. George Morrison), Truro; and Pearl (Mrs. Merritt Richardson), South Bar; one brother John Morrison, Detroit, Mich., and two sisters, Mrs. John Crowley, and Mrs. Edward Adams, both in Massachusetts. The remains rest at the Fillmore Funeral Home where funeral services will be held at two o’clock Monday afternoon. Interment will take place in Forest Haven Memorial Gardens. [NO DATE] 31/12/1749

Jost Maude Jost Vital Stats – 1875, Cape Breton Death Certificates 22/02/1875 Colin Waye - Maude Jost, female, 16, spinster, born Sydney, parents – James and Annie Jost, 22Feb. 1875, Sydney, informant A. MacIntyre


Landers Nicholas Landers CapeBreton News 08/10/1853 Juanita MacDonald LANDERS: NICHOLAS, age 57. Native of Ireland. Died Oct. 2nd, 1853.


Lorway James Lorway Vital Stats – 1875, Cape Breton Death Certificates 23/01/1875 Colin Waye - James Lorway, male, age 44, bach, born Sydney, master mariner, 23 Jan,1875, Sydney, informant R. Martin (registrar)


MacAulay Mrs. Aulay MacAulay MacTalla Vol. II. No. 35 24/03/1894 R. Fraser MacTalla Vol. II. Sidni, C.B., Di-Sathairne, Am Mart 24, 1894. No. 35 Di-ciaduin air an t-seachdain s’a-chaidh chaochail bantrach Amhlaidh’Ic Amhlaidh aig Man-O-War Point, Boulardaei. Bha I ceud bliadhna s’a seachd a dh’aois. Chaidh a h-adh-lacadh Di-haoine. On Wednesday of last week the widow of Aulay MacAulay died at Man O War Point Boularderie. She was 107 years of age. She was buried on Friday. Translated by Rosemary McCormack, Iona, NS.


MacDonald Donald MacDonald DEATH RECORDS -MACLEAN UNITED CHURCH or STEWART UNITED CHURCH, Whycocomagh 31/05/1898 Juanita MacDonald DONALD MACDONALD, d. Stewartdale 31/05/1898

MacDonald Hector MacDonald DEATH RECORDS -MACLEAN UNITED CHURCH or STEWART UNITED CHURCH, Whycocomagh 31/10/1899 Juanita MacDonald HECTOR MACDONALD, d. Stewartdale


MacDonald Hugh MacDonald DEATH RECORDS -MACLEAN UNITED CHURCH or STEWART UNITED CHURCH, Whycocomagh 31/12/1893 Juanita MacDonald 1893:HUGH MACDONALD, d. Stewartdale

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MacDonald John MacDonald GLACE BAY COASTAL COURIER 16/12/1749 Maureen McNeil Glace Bay, Dec. 16 - John MacDonald, native of Bridgeport, succumbed to a sudden heart attack in Providence, R.I., relatives here were advised today. Mr. MacDonald, who is well known in sports circles, was apparently in good health, and was on his way to the bowling alleys in Providence, in company with his parish priest, to assist the young boys of the parish in their sporting activities, and was away from his home but five minutes when he was seized with a heart attack. His sudden, unexpected passing was a great shock to relatives and friends, and is deeply regretted by many who knew and admired Mr.MacDonald. Fifty-nine years old, Mr. MacDonald was born in Bridgeport, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Neil MacDonald. He left Bridgeport in 1910 to take up residence in Providence, where he has since lived. His marriage took place in Providence. He was a member of the well-known Bridgeport family of boxers and long-distance runners, and boxed in Cape Breton and the United States. He was keenly interested in helping the youth of the Catholic parish to which he belonged with their sporting activities and was a friend to all the young boys there. Mr. MacDonald visited Glace Bay this past summer with his wife when he renewed acquaintances with his brothers and sisters here. He is survived by his wife, and two children, Mary, R.N., and John Jr., who is a member of the Providence Fire Department. Five brothers survive, Archie, in Calgary, Alta; Neil, Rhode Island; Eddie and Joe in Bridgeport and Stevie MacDonald, Reidville, Glace Bay. Also five sisters, (Sadie) Mrs. M.J. Daley of Brighton, Mass.; (Mary) Mrs. Dan A. MacDonald; (Anne) Mrs. Stanley MacDonald; (Jessie) Mrs. Leo MacIntyre and Margaret at home, all of Bridgeport. A brother Dannie died in the ring in Rhode Island in 1916. Burial will be made in Providence, R. I. on Friday morning.[Late 1940's] [NO DATE]


MacDonald Mrs. Archibald MacDonald DEATH RECORDS -MACLEAN UNITED CHURCH or STEWART UNITED CHURCH, Whycocomagh 31/12/1895 Juanita Macadonald MRS. ARCHIBALD MACDONALD, d. Stewartdale

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MacDonald Mrs. John MacDonald DEATH RECORDS -MACLEAN UNITED CHURCH or STEWART UNITED CHURCH, Whycocomagh 25/03/1896 Juanita MacDonald MRS. JOHN MACDONALD, d. Stewartdale


MacDonald Mrs. John MacDonald DEATH RECORDS -MACLEAN UNITED CHURCH or STEWART UNITED CHURCH, Whycocomagh 31/12/1749 Juanita MacDonald (no date):MRS. JOHN MACDONALD (Gseg could be for Jessie? don't know) d. New Canada


MacDougal Annie MacDougal Death Certificate 28/12/1871 Colin D. Waye -Annie MacDougall, female, spinster, Glace Bay, d/o Donald MacDougall, Dec.28,1871,Glace Bay, Bilivus Fever, informant J.L. McKay 28/12/1871

MacDougall Mary A. MacDougall
31/12/1749 Cindy McLean MRS MARY A MacDOUGALL of Antigonish, died in St Martha's Hospital, Thursday. She was born at Arisaig, Antigonish County, daughter of the late Donald and Isabel Gillis. Her married life was spent at Christmas Island. Her husband, DJ MacDougall, died in 1945. She is survived by three daughters, Catherine (Mrs Robert Morgan), Belmont, Mass; Sister Isabel, CND, Mount St Bernard, Antigonish; Elizabeth, Antigonish; five sons, Frank, Brighton Mass; William, Oshawa, On; John, Montreal; Rev Hugh, Ottawa; Cameron, Florida; two sisters, Mrs DH MacDonald, Antigonish; Mrs DR MacGillivray, Ardess, Pictou County; one brother, Colin Gillis, of Arisaig. A son, Colin, was killed while serving with the RCAF in Europe. A son, Norman, died in infancy. A sister, Mrs Mamie MacDonald of Antigonish, and a brother, Alexander Gilllis, of California, are dead. A Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St Ninian's Cathedral Saturday at 5:15 p.m. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St Barra's Church, Christmas Island, Sunday at 11:30 a.m. Burial will be in St Barra's Parish Cemetery. (No date. NOTE-- on the back there is part of a tender request for the department of highways with dates of Tuesday November, and Tuesday, October--and something about 'section in Pictou' and 'Pinetree Road Overpass') [No Date]


MacDougall Mrs. Hector MacDougall DEATH RECORDS -MACLEAN UNITED CHURCH or STEWART UNITED CHURCH, Whycocomagh 18/09/1895 Juanita MacDonald MRS. HECTOR MACDOUGALL d. Stewartdale


MacIntosh Murdo MacIntosh DEATH RECORDS -MACLEAN UNITED CHURCH or STEWART UNITED CHURCH, Whycocomagh 31/12/1893 Juanita MacDonald 1893 MURDO MACINTOSH, d. Stewartdale

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MacKay Ann MacKay Death Certificate 24/12/1871 Colin D. Waye -Ann MacKay, female, 50, married, Dec.24, 1871, Glace Bay, consumption, informant J.L. McKay, Little Glace Bay 24/12/1871

MacKay Mary A. MacKay Vital Stats – 1875, Cape Breton Death Certificates 12/05/1875 Colin Waye Mary A. MacKay, female, age 20, single, born Fourchu, parents- Donald and Catherine, farmers, 12 may 1875, Big Lake, informant D.J. MacKay


MacKay Mrs. William MacKay
31/12/1749 R. Fraser Paynton – The death of Mrs. MacKay of Paynton is regretted by the whole community. A member of the Presbyterian Church, Mrs. MacKay was greatly respected by everyone. She was born at Baddeck, N.S., in 1849 and was married to the late William MacKay in 1870. She is survived by six daughters and two sons: Mrs. McKinnon, of Butte, Montana; Mrs. Little, Coal Branch, N.B.; Miss MacKay, Paynton; Mrs. McKinnon, Paynton; Mrs. McLeod, Cape Breton; Mrs. Wells, Wilkie; Dr. W. G. MacKay, Edmonton; John G. MacKay, Detroit. Her husband and two sons, dr. M. E. MacKay and Alex, predeceased her. The funeral service held at the house was conducted by Rev. W. H. Walton of the Anglican Church. Captain A. M. Black presided at the organ. Interment was made in the Paynton cemetery. The pall bearers were, Messrs. Walker, L. Fraser, Johnson, O. Stone, P. Murphy and George Wyatt. Many beautiful flowers bore tribute to the high esteem in which the deceased was held. [no date]


MacKenzie Georgie MacKenzie
28/09/1749 R. Fraser Word of the death of Miss Georgie MacKenzie, R.N. which occurred in Montreal on Sept. 28, was received with sincere regret by a wide circle of friends in Pictou. She was born at Roger’s Hill, a daughter of the late Alan and Margaret (Fraser) MacKenzie and following the death of her parents resided at Roger’s Hill with her grandparents until she came to Pictou to attend school. She took her nurse’s training course in Montreal and practised her profession there for several years, then returned to Pictou where she spent about twenty years. In 1940? She returned to Montreal and re- sided there until her death. One sister, Mrs Isaac Gammell, and a niece, Miss Jean Gammell, pre- deceased her. She is survived by thre nephews, Alan and Robert Gammell in Montreal and Graham in Toronto. The funeral was held in Montreal Oct. 1 with interment in Mount Royal Cemetery.[NO DATE]


MacKinnon Jessie MacKinnon MACLEAN UNITED CHURCH or STEWART UNITED CHURCH, Whycocomagh 13/04/1876 Juanita MacDonald JESSIE MACKINNON, age 18, b. Mabou, d. Stewartdale; d/o JAMES and JESSIE CAMPBELL (aka The Tailors)


MacKinnon Mrs. Angus MacKinnon DEATH RECORDS -MACLEAN UNITED CHURCH or STEWART UNITED CHURCH, Whycocomagh 16/05/1898 Juanita MacDonald MRS. ANGUS MACKINNON d. Upper New Canada.


MacLean Brenda MacLean
17/12/1749 R. Fraser GLACE BAY - Mrs. Brenda MacLean, 73, The Cove, died Monday, December 17 at the residence. Born in Glace Bay, she was the daughter of the late William Daniel and Mary ( MacKenzie ) Rutherford. She was a member of Knox United Church. She is survived by a sister, Hazel Coleman, Fredericton, N.B. She was predeceased by her husband, John. A memorial service will be held in The Cove chapel, Friday at 2 p.m. with Rev. T. Whent officiating.[NO DATE] 17/12/1749 Glace Bay
MacLean John MacLean Death Certificate 02/11/1871 Colin D. Waye - John MacLean, collier, male, 64, married, born Scotland, s/o Neil McLean, farmer, Nov.2, 1871, Glace Bay, informant Daniel McLean


MacLean Mrs. Allan MacLean DEATH RECORDS -MACLEAN UNITED CHURCH or STEWART UNITED CHURCH, Whycocomagh 19/08/1894 Juanita MacDonald MRS. ALLAN MACLEAN d. Roseburn


MacLellan Mrs. Neil MacLellan DEATH RECORDS -MACLEAN UNITED CHURCH or STEWART UNITED CHURCH, Whycocomagh 26/02/1897 Juanita MacDonald MRS NEIL MACLELLAN, d. Roseburn


MacNeil Agnes MacNeil Vital Stats – 1875, Cape Breton Death Certificates 24/04/1875 Colin Waye - Agnes MacNeil, female, 3m., infant, born Boisdale, Donald and Christine, 24 April, 1875, Boisdale, informant, Donald MacNeil 24/04/1875

MacNeil Elizabeth MacNeil Cape Breton Post 31/03/1875 Colin Waye - Elizabeth MacNeil, female, 1m., infant, born Boularderie, John and Mary, farmers, 31 March 1875, Boularderie, informant John MacNeil


MacNeil Malcolm MacNeil The Casket 29/07/1897 Maureen McNeil MacNeil, Malcolm at Reserve Mines - died on Friday July 9,1897, at Reserve Mines, C.B., blacksmith in the 44th year of his age. May he rest in peace.


MacQueen Margaret MacQueen DEATH RECORDS -MACLEAN UNITED CHURCH or STEWART UNITED CHURCH, Whycocomagh 06/07/1893 Juanita MacDonald MISS MARGARET MACQUEEN, d. New Canada


MacQueen Mary S. MacQueen DEATH RECORDS -MACLEAN UNITED CHURCH or STEWART UNITED CHURCH, Whycocomagh 31/12/1893 Juanita MacDonald 1893: MISS MARY S. MACQUEEN, d. New Canada

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Matheson Jessica Matheson Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management 03/12/1868 Sheila Matheson 3 Dec 1868 Sydney Mines - Jessica (MacLean) Matheson wife of Hugh Matheson b. 1812, Scotland 56 years old d/o John and Ann MacLean Informant: Hugh Matheson.


McArel Elizabeth McArel Vital Stats – 1875, Cape Breton Death Certificates 11/03/1875 Colin Waye - Elizabeth McArel, merchant, female, age 34, married, born Sydney Mines, parents – Campbell, coal cutter, 11 March 1875, Cow Bay, Dropsey, informant, David McArel


McAulay Daughters McAulay North Sydney Herald 31/03/1896 R. Fraser DOUBLE BEREAVEMENT - In last issue the Herald recorded the death of a [tear] year old daughter of Mr and Mrs James McAulay, of Man-o’-War Point, Boularderie, whose death occurred the 9th inst. Her funeral took place on Wednesday. On Thursday death again visited the family and the bereaved parents were called upon to mourn the loss of another daughter, a young woman about 29 years of age. She was buried on Saturday and was followed to her last resting place by the friends and neighbors of the doubly bereaved family. Death is ever sad, but in a case of this kind, when two members of the same family are taken off within a few days of each other, it is rendered doubly so. Mr and Mrs McAulay have the heartfelt sympathy of all their friends in their great bereavement. [North Sydney Herald Undated clipping][Mar 1896] 09/03/1896

McAulay John L. McAulay
31/12/1749 R. Fraser Mr. John Lewis McAulay, C.N. R. Police Officer died in halifax on April 12, at the age of 49 yrs. Mr. McAulay leaves to mourn two children, Mildred, age 16 yrs. Murray 15 yrs,, also one sister, Mrs. Margaret McLeod, Millville, and three brothers, Peter of Florence, Murdoch of Arizona, and Angus of Boston. The remains arrived in Florence on No.7 train accompanied by special C.N.R. agent John B. Floyd, and was met at Stellarton by Officer Dan Thomas. Officers representing C.N.R. police force at funeral were special officer J.B. Floyd, Halifax, William Tupper of Truro Division, and Officers Dan Thomas and James Gillis, also of Truro Division. The funeral was held at Wilson United Church Sunday afternoon, and after an impressive sermon by Rev. A.R. Wallis the procession followed he remains of one of Florence's best and most respectful (sic) citizens, to the little graveyard at George's River. [NO DATE]

[received from Marjorie Jeans 4 Feb 2005] [2 obits were mixed, so I hope I can sort them out]
McAulay Lena McAulay
31/12/1749 R. Fraser Obituary On the 11th inst. The death occurred at Sydney Mines of Miss Lena McAulay waitress at Coronation Hotel. The demise of the deceased, who until a few days ago was the very picture of health came as a shock to her friends and acquaintances. All that medical skill could do was done – being attended by five physicians -- but to no avail. The home at Boularderie Centre, twenty miles away, was notified by fire[sic] and three hours later a brother and the tender mother arrived; but alas, too late. The case and circumstances has a tone of sadness in it and is touchingly referred to by those who were even slightly acquainted with the deceased. The remains were taken to Boularderie Monday for burial. The proprietor of the Coronation Mr. Kilpatrick, placed all his teams at the disposal of the boarders who remained from work and followed the funeral to Little Bras d’Or. The deceased was twenty-two years of age and was very highly esteemed. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved family. Com. [no date] [on scrapbook page from Buddy MacKenzie, Windsor, N.S.][1901-1905]


McDougall Catherine McDougall The Casket 04/09/1873 Maureen McNeil At Christmas Island on the 19th inst. Catherine aged 80 widow of the late Archibald McDougall of that place. The deceased was born at Cape George, Antigonish and leaves a large circle of friends to mourn her death. RIP 19/09/1873

McGrath Mrs. W. D. McGrath
31/12/1749 Cindy McLean NORTH SYDNEY MRS W.D. McGRATH Word was received here Wednesday night of the death at Moncton, NB, of Mrs W.D. McGrath, 39, who died after a lengthy illness. She was the former Moira MacDonald of North Sydney. The deceased was a daughter of Mrs Edna MacDonald, Pleasant Street and the late A.J. MacDonald. She had resided in Moncton for the past nine years. A member of the Roman Catholic church, she attended St Joseph's Church when living here. She is survived by her husband, formerly of Sydney, and two daughters, Aileen and Anne; also her mother, here; one sister (Sylvia), Mrs D. Stark, Detroit, and three brothers Alexander (Sandy) Gagetown, NB; Hughie of Sydney Mines, and Reginald of North Sydney. The funeral will be held at Moncton on Saturday. ( No date)


McKenzie Duncan McKenzie ref: Vol 2 P 16 # 18 Death Records, Cemetery Book Page 167 17/03/1869 Joyce Coleman DUNCAN McKENZIE; son of Alexander and Ann McKenzie of Scotland wife: Margret b. 1834 d. 1905, born: Cape Breton 14 Nov 1827, died: 17 March 1869, age: 41 yrs 4 mo and 3 days, occ: Mariner, cause: fracture skull, buried: Gifford Cemetery-Provincetown Lot 141; wife is also buried there , Cemetery Book Page 167. This was written up in the Provincetown Advocate……..24 March 1869 Captain Duncan McKenzie died on the 24th March 1869 at Jesse Cook's Wharf. Mr. McKenzie died while working on the Schooner BALTIC. He was thrown by the foremast and fractured his skull causing instant death. Mr. McKenzie was a member of the Provincetown Fire Dept. Engine #4. He was was also a member of King Hiram's Lodge. He had been nominated to a degree of Master Mason the evening before his death. Mr. McKenzie had the largest funeral in Provincetown's history.


McLean John McLean Vital Stats – 1875, Cape Breton Death Certificates 30/04/1875 Colin Waye John McLean, age 72, married, Born Barra Str., parents Angus and Ann, farmers, died 30 April, 1875, Frenchvale, Heart disease, informant Donald MacDonald, Register Stephen McNeil, Beaver Cove


McLennan Hector McLennan North Sydney Herald 05/03/1896 R. Fraser A young man named Hector McLennan, son of Mr Donald McLennan, of Backlands, Boularderie, returned home in ill health a few months ago from Montana, and his death occurred the 5th inst. The deceased worked for some time in the silver smelting works in Montana. This work is so injurious to health that very few people can stand it for any length of time. Some idea of the deadly effects of the smelting work may be learned from the fact that 19 other workmen who were employed with young McLennan have died within the past few years. Every one of 20 men who worked with Mr McLennan are now dead. The inhaling of dust, which settles on the lungs notwithstanding the great precautions taken by workmen to prevent it, soon causes death. [North Sydney Herald Undated clipping][Mar 1896]


McNeil Alexander McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 05/04/1875 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Alexander, male age 63, married, born on Isle of Barra, son of Donald McNeil, farmer, died 5 Apr. 1875 of Consumption at Ingonish. Informant John McNeil. Registar J.W. Burke, Ingonish. 05/04/1875

McNeil Ann McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 02/06/1874 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Ann, female age 90, married, born in Scotland, daughter of Mal. and Kate McNeil, died 2 June 1874 at Grand Narrows. Informant JN McInnis. Registar JN McInnis, Grand Narrows. 02/06/1874

McNeil Catherine McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 11/11/1876 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Catherine, female age 92 born Scotland, widow, parents Rory and Mary McNeil, died 11 Nov. 1876 at Washabuck of Old Age, Informant Michael McNeil. Registar W. MacDonald. 11/11/1876

McNeil Christina McNeil The Casket 16/07/1891 Maureen McNeil 1890 - McNeil at River Tier , County of Richmond on the 4th inst. After a brief but painful illness, fortified by the last Rites of the Catholic Church, Christina, relict of the late John Brown McNeil at the advanced age of 80 years. 04/07/1891

McNeil Elizabeth McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 12/09/1873 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Elizabeth, age 12, born Ingonish, daughter of Alex McNeil and Christie McDonald, farmers, died 12 Sept. 1873 at Ingonish of Consumption. Informant Alexander McNeil. Registar Father John Burke, Ingonish.


McNeil Elizabeth McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 14/10/1876 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Elizabeth, female age 57, married born Grand Narrows, parents John and Catherine McNeil, farmers, died 14 Oct. 1876, of Phthisis at Washabuck. Informant Stephen McNeil of Washabuck. Registar, W. MacDonald.


McNeil Flora McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 24/10/1869 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Flora, female age 63, widow, born Scotland, daughter of Neil and Christy McNeil farmers died 24 Oct. 1869, of Rheumatism at Cape North.


McNeil Isabelle McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 19/05/1876 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Isabelle, female age 76, married, born Bras d'or, parents Donald and Mary McNeil, farmers, died 19 May 1876 at Cape North of Consumption. Informant Rod MacKenzie. Registar, Neil McAskill.


McNeil Janet McNeil The Casket edition 26 page 2 10/07/1890 Maureen McNeil ( Not C.B.Directly, a lot of history in it. Janet McNeil's brother John Brown McNeil II settled in Richmond Co- River Tillard.) Janet McNeil daughter of John McNeil (Brown) and Mary Grant and widow of the late Angus McDonald (Malcolm) died at the rear of the Cove on the 2nd of July. The deceased was a woman of strong and sterling character. Altough she lived over one hundred years, she was never really sick until the end came. The only failure of her faculties was a slight deafness that crept upon her during the last years of her life, but strange to say she recovered her hearing, during the last few days of her life. She raised a family of seven boys and seven girls who are today with their descendants widely scattered over Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the United States. On the 4th of July her remains were brought to the parish church, Arisaig, where a requiem Mass was song for the repose of her soul. In the absence of an ordinary choir, Miss Maggie McAdam and Miss Maggie McLean sang the various parts of the service with remarkable sweetness and expression. The Pie Jesus was touching rendered. The Tantum Ergo sung to the plaintive air of The Last Rose of Summer whether warranted by the Robrie or not, (it is not commendable for one to publish one’s achievements in Contravention of the Robrica) was under the circumstance quite appropiate. She was indeed the last of our parish of the noble race that raised the first smoke over their log huts in the primeval forest of our country. The deceased was born at the Cove in June of 1790 and was consequently in the 101st year of her age. It was but 14 years before that the first white settlers settled at Town Point near the present town of Antigonish in 1776, as the records testify as being the date of the first settlement of Antigonish. About the same date one of the two families pitched their tents in Arisaig as what is known now as the Glebe Farm. A few years afterwards two families John McNeil (Brown) and John McNeil (Breac) penetrated the forest and raised smoke in the fine locality now known as Malignant Cove. The subject of our notice was the second white girl born at the Cove. At the time of her birth from the Cove to Arigaig, there were none but the two families already named. A protestant family by the name of Cameron predeced the McNeils in the cove, but o.n the advent of the two Papist families, Cameron fearing the too close proximity of the papist as a contagion, pulled up his stakes and left the place. I record the fact as illustrative of the spirit of the times. The teaching of Knox, of the Westminister Confession, and of Bunyan had inoculated the minds of Protestants with fearful notions about Catholics as the spiritual subjects of Antichrist. What a wonderful change in that respect has the century brought about. The 18th century was indeed an iron age for the Catholics of the world. Dark and lowering was the outlook for Catholics in the Highland of Scotland, about one hundred years ago. How different is the Scotland of today from the dark period when great Bishop Hays wandered up and down the country about his weary work, licker a thief than a bishop a quaint writer of the time described him. In false liberality about religion I find no faith; hatred of hereay is one of the virtues of the saints. I have often pondered with satisfaction how the fierce bigotry of the past has subsided within my own recollection. Coming to this country and in many instances driven away from their own misty shores and ancestral glens, by persecuting spirit of worthless upstarts, our nobler and brave fathers wisely clung together in the land of their exile. As a notable result of this I may mention,that there is not today a single protestant family within the bounds of her parish of Arisaig - a state of things somewhat rare at least in our country. The original home and habitat of the McNeils of the Cove was the Isle of Barra on the west coast of Scotland. I have always heard of the Barra men spoken of as being noted for their faithful adherance to the faith of their fathers and my own experience seems to confirm the tradition. Their immediate occasion of coming to this country is thus told. When the American War of Independence was in full blast, England sent her recuiting sergents to the Western Isles. The eighty second regiment was then raised in Barra and was largely composed of McNeils. An elder brother was drafted, but John being in his twenty-second year of his age, offered himself as a substituate and was accepted. In the Army he was called John McNeil (Brown) as a distinction from John McNeil, (Breac), John McNeil (Ban) and John McNeil (Black) etc. names so numerous in the regiment. In the regiment John McNeil (Brown) came to the United States. At the close of the war, the regiment came down to Halifax and was disbanded, each soldier being presented with a document entitling him to 500 acres of crown land. Some of them went to Canada, while others moved eastward to the county of Pictou. Our Hero soujourned for some time at the middle river where he formed an acquaintance of Mary Grant . After he made an opening in the forest and raised his shanty at the Cove, John brought Mary to Arisaig where in the presence of the late Rev. Alexander McDonald they were united in the indisolvable bonds of matrimony. This John McNeil (Brown) and Mary Grant were the parents of Janet McNeil whose remains were committed to mother earth on last Friday. Arisaig SA


McNeil John McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 27/05/1868 Maureen McNeil McNeil, John, male age 70, married born Scotland, son of Roderick and Mary McNeil died 27 May 1868 of Consumption. Informant George McNeil. Registar Neil McAskill at Cape North.


McNeil Malcolm McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 02/11/1873 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Malcolm, male age 80, married, born Scotland, son of John and Mary McNeil died 2 Nov. 1873 at Grand Narrows of Heart Disease. Informant John McNeil. Registar Jas McNeil of Grand Narrows.


McNeil Malcolm McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 20/01/1866 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Malcolm, male age 91 born ?? Washabuck, son of Archibald and Mary McNeil of Barra, died 20 Jan. 1866 in Washabuck of Old Age. Registar Robert Elmsly.


McNeil Malcolm McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 22/07/1897 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Mr. Malcolm of Glace Bay died July 15,1897 in his 63 year from a brain hemmorhage, survived by his wife and only son Neil.


McNeil Malcolm McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 27/01/1897 Ann (MacDonald) Batten Malcolm McNeil father of the wife of John A. Taillon, of Dundee, died at Middle Cape Bras d'Or Lake, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.aged 72 years


McNeil Mary McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 05/01/1871 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Mary, female age 92, born Scotland, widow, daughter of Laughlin and Mary McLean, died 5 Jan. 1871 at Washabuck. Informant Christina McNeil. Registar J.S. McNeil at Grand Narrows.


McNeil Murdock McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 18/12/1867 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Murdock, male age 56, married born PEI., son of Robert McNeil and Effey McLeod, died 18 Dec. 1867 at Cape North of Dropsy. Informant Ann MacLeod. Registar Neil McAskill.


McNeil Neil McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 28/04/1873 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Neil, male age 60, born Barra, Scotland, son of August (dec.) and Flora McNeil, farmers, died 28 Apr. 1873 at Bay St. Lawrence of Stone. Informant Mary McNeil. Registar Neil McAskill of Cape North and Bay St. Lawrence.


McNeil Nelly McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 12/01/1877 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Nelly, female age 87, widow born Scotland, parents ? Robinson, died 12 Jan. 1877 in Washabuck. Informant and registar J.A. McDonald.


McNeil Paul McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 20/05/1870 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Paul, male age 50, married, born Scotland, son of John and Sarah McNeil, farmers, died 20 May 1870 of Consumption at Cape North. Informant Sarah McNeil. Registar Neil McAskill, Cape North.


McNeil Philip McNeil Death Certificate 16/10/1871 Colin D. Waye - Philip McNeil,male,70,married,born Scotland, s/o Donald McNeil, farmer, informant Michael McNeil, Little Glace Bay, Oct.16.1871,Bridgeport


McNeil Stephen D. R. McNeil
05/01/1749 Maureen McNeil At Benacadie Jan.5, Stephen D.R. McNeil, (Sgelbbain Dombull Ruiaraldh) of pneumonia, at age 89 years. He is survived by his wife, four sons and one daughter.


McNeil Stephen McNeil VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 18/08/1876 Maureen McNeil McNeil, Stephen, male age 23, bachelor, born Ingonish, son of Alex and Christene McNeil, farmers, died 18 Aug. 1876 at St. Paul's Island of Water Spout. Informant Sam'l C. Campbell. Registar Neil McAskill of Cape North.


McReady Arnold McReady
31/12/1749 R. Fraser North Sydney - Arnold McReady, 67, passed away Sunday in St. Elizabeth Hospital after an illness of some time. Born at Point Aconi, he had resided in Sydney Mines for the past several months, prior to that he had been a resident of North Sydney for 35 years. A well known resident of that community, he had operated the Blue and White Restaurant for some years and in the past several years operated canteen concessions at Indian Beach and yearly at the Cape Breton Farmer Exhibition. A member of St. Joseph’s Parish, he is survived by his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Anne Hollis, Halifax, and Audrey also in Halifax; and by three brothers Arnold, New Jersey, he is[cut off - no date] 31/12/1749

McVicar Donald McVicar Halifax Citizen 14/06/1866 Lark Szick Mysterious Death. -- A correspondent of the Cape Breton News says: -- On Saturday the 2nd of June, the body of Donald McVicar, who had been missing for over three months, was found at the wharf of the Gowrie Mines. An inquest was held before Dr. Kirkwood, Coroner, and after a very careful investigation, the Jury returned a verdict of Found Drowned, but owing to the decomposed state of the body, could not say in what manner the deceased came to his death, but at the same time from the evidence adduced that he must have met with foul play. Strange to say he was connected with the much talked of Zero. The last that was seen or heard of McVicar was going on board of the Zero, accompanied by two of her crew. How he came to his untimely end will as a matter of course remains a Mystery. 02/06/1866

Meloney John A. Meloney Vital Stats – 1875, Cape Breton Death Certificates 25/02/1875 Colin Waye - John A. Meloney, male, age 1 &1/2, infant, born Sydney, parents – H.C. & Eliza Meloney, 25 Feb. 1875, Sydney


Moffatt Elijah William Moffatt Death Certificate 20/10/1871 Colin D. Waye -Elijah William Moffatt, male,9,North Sydney, s/o George and Isabella, Oct.20,1871, informant George B. Moffatt


Musgrave Janey Musgrave Death Certificate 28/11/1871 Colin D. Waye -Janey Musgrave ,Female,11, North Sydney, d/o John and Agnes Musgrave, Nov.28,1871, informant B.E. Egans


O’Connor Dr. Alfred S. O’Connor Sydney Record p 12 31/12/1749 R. Fraser DR. ALFRED S. O’CONNOR Once Led Exchange Club Private Funeral Services Planned For Dr. O’Connor The private funeral of Dr. Alfred S. O’Connor, 61, of 5 Greenbriar Lane, who died yesterday in Hahnemann Hospital, will be held Monday morning at his home. A solemn high mass will follow at 9 a.m. in Blessed Sacrament Church. Burial will be in St. John’s Cemetery. There are no calling hours. It is requested flowers be omitted and contributions instead be sent to United Cerebral Palsy Association of Worcester County Inc, 288 Main Street. Dr, O’Connor was chief of pediatrics at City Hospital and a pediatrician in Worcester for 25 years. He was born in Worcester, son of the late James F. and Sarah (Smith) O’Connor, was graduated from Classical High School and received the bachelor of arts degree from Holy Cross College in 1914. He was graduated from Tufts Medical School in 1918. Dr. O’Connor began his internship at City Hospital in 1918. The following year he was appointed to the hospital staff and began the general practice of medicine. In 1929 he began the practice of pediatrics with an office in the Slater Building, continuing there until his death. He became a senior pediatrician at City Hospital 10 years ago with Dr. Thomas P. Cunningham alternately serving with him as chief of pediatrics. Dr. O’Connor also was a member of the pediatric staff of Hahnemann and Belmont Hospitals, and served as consultant in pediatrics at Marlboro and Southbridge hospitals. He served for several years as clinical professor of pediatrics at the University of Vermont medical school. He served in the Army Medical Reserve in World War I, and in World War II was a Selective Service examining physician for local Board No. 167. Dr. O’Connor was a charter member of the Sedative Club. He was also a member of Worchester Country Club, Worcester District Medical Society, Massachusetts Medical Society, American Medical Association and New England Pediatric Society. He was a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and a past president of the Exchange Club. He leaves his wife, Frances W. (Hull) O’Connor; two sisters, Mrs. Thomas A. Kelleher and Ida M., wife of Charles W. Saxe, all of Worcester, and several nieces and nephews. [no date]


Peppy Dinah Peppy VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 23/10/1876 Maureen McNeil Peppy, Dinah, female age 70, married born in Conception Bay, NFLD. daughter of Henry and Mary Thistle, Ship master, died 23 Oct. 1876 at Baddeck of Phthisis. Informant George Peppy, Registar R. Elmsly at Baddeck. 23/10/1876

Peters Baby Peters Vital Stats – 1875, Cape Breton Death Certificates 19/01/1875 Colin Waye - Peters, male, 9 days, child, born Cow Bay, parents - Joel &Elizabeth Peters, Laborer, 19 Jan. 1875, Cow Bay 19/01/1875

Petipas Albert Petipas The Casket 30/10/1890 Mary Chaplain The sad intelligence of the drowning of Albert Petipas, on the homeward voyage from the Grand Banks, reached here from Boston a few days ago. This is the third young man belonging to Descousse who met with a watery grave within the last three months.


Richardson Elizabeth Richardson Vital Stats – 1875, Cape Breton Death Certificates 01/01/1875 Colin Waye - Elizabeth Richardson, female, 84, married, born Tipperary, Ireland, parents- John and Ann Cochrane(?), Jan.1, 1875, South Bar, informant W.J. Richardson


Robinson Sarah Robinson Vital Stats – 1875, Cape Breton Death Certificates 20/01/1875 Colin Waye - Sarah Robinson, female, age 34, married, born Leitches Creek, parents –Ronald MacDonald, 20 Jan.1875, Sydney, informant C.B. Tomie(?)


Shanahan Josephine Shanahan The Casket 30/09/1897 Maureen McNeil Not quite an obit, but a message of Condolence - for the Shanahan family on the death of Josephine Sept.30,1897 - Resolution of Condolence - At the regular meeting of the St. Anne’s branch, No 284, C.M.B.A. of Little Glace Bay held on Wednesday evening, the 22nd instant the following resolution was moved by Bro. John Brean and second by Bro. Joseph A. Currie. Whereas, it has pleased Almighty God to remove by death, Josephine Shanahan, sister of Brother Lawrence Shanahan. Resolved, That we the members of Branch 284, hearby express our heartfelt sorrow for the loss sustained by our respected brother and family and extend to them our sincere sympathy and condolence. Resolved, that a copy of this resolution be inserted in the minutes of the meeting, a copy tentered to Brother Shanahan and another the Canadian and Antigonish Casket.


Sullivan Catherine Sullivan VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 11/07/1870 Maureen McNeil Sullivan, Catherine, female age 75, widow, born Little Bras d'or, died 11 July 1870 at Ingonish. Informant Mrs. Daniel Jackson. Registar John W. Burke, Ingonish. 11/07/1870

Sutherland Bessie Sutherland Vital Stats – 1875, Cape Breton Death Certificates 25/02/1875 Colin Waye - Bessie Sutherland, female, age 23, spinster, born Sydney, parents – Sutherland, 25 Feb. 1875, Sydney, informant A. MacIntyre 25/02/1875

Sutherland John Sutherland VICTORIA COUNTY DEATHS 23/02/1872 Maureen McNeil Sutherland, John, male age 99, bachelor born Scotland, son of Allan Sutherland, died 23 Feb. 1872 at Cape Dauphin. Informant John Sutherland. Registar C.L. Campbell at New Campbellton.


Tye Eliza Love Tye The Casket 01/07/1897 Maureen McNeil New Victoria Mines - Tye on the morning of the 22nd of June, Eliza Love, child of James and Victoria Tye aged one year and eight months.


Wagner James Wagner CapeBreton Free Press Aug. 30, 1844 30/08/1844 Juanita MacDonald WAGNER: JAMES, age 64. Native of Clanakilty, Ireland. Died August 25th, 1844, Sydney, CapeBreton.


Way Rachel Way Death Certificate 07/12/1871 Colin D. Waye -Rachel Way,female,84, widow, born Main-a Dieu, nee Dillon, informant Honor Way-Dec. 7, 1871, Sydney Mines



 

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