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From: Alta Flynt <>
Subject: [ROOTS-L] Thistle Mission Band Newspaper Clippings-72
Date: Mon, 06 Nov 2000 10:08:29 -0600
Main Surnames: FLEMING, WHEELER, HAINING, BREWER, FISHER; Also: GORDON,
SINCLAIR, SHAW, EVERETT, MANZER, LIMERICK, FISHER, O'NEILL, MITCHELL,
JEWETT, CUMMINGS, SMITH, CAMERON, HOLDER, SUTHERLAND, FORBES, MacVEY,
BOYCE CROWE, DENNISON, WINKLER, SHAW, GRAY.
(There is no date on this clipping, but in clippings number 36, the
funeral of Mrs. Annie C. Shaw, was from the home of Mrs. A. C. Fleming,
379 Charlotte street on March 2nd, 1937.)
The Late Mrs. Fleming.
The funeral of the late Mrs. A. C. Fleming took place this afternoon
from her late home in Charlotte street and was very largely attended,
all classes and creeds being present to pay tribute to a gracious lady
and kind friend. Service was conducted by Rev. Dr. M. A. Gordon, M. C.
and members of the choir were present and sang several hymns. There was
a profusion of floral tributes and interment made in Rural Cemetery
extension. Hundreds of friends called at the home and paid tribute to
their friend. The chief mourners were A. C. Fleming, John A. Fleming,
William Sinclair, Robert Fred Shaw, Edward Everett, Daniel Manzer, Ralph
Sinclair, Arthur McF. Limerick, Ralph V. Limerick, Walter Limerick, F.
Carleton Fisher, Saint John; Edward J. O'Neill, Lynn, Mass., George
Mitchell, Marblehead, Mass., Gordon Jewett, Worcester, Mass., and Alex.
Cummings. The pall-bearers were Harry A. Smith, D. F. Cameron, Cecil D.
Holder, T. E. Sutherland, C. H. Forbes, C. A. MacVey, M. B. E.
WHEELER -- Entered into rest at Marysville, N. B., March 8, 1944, Miss
Katie Elizabeth Wheeler, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Wheeler, aged 48 years.
Funeral from the home of her sister, Mrs. Edward Boyce, Bridge street,
Marysville, Saturday afternoon with service at two o'clock by Rev. A. G.
Crowe, and interment in Baptist Cemetery.
Miss Wheeler's Death.
Miss Katie Elizabeth Wheeler died last evening at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Edward Boyce, Bridge street, Marysville, after only two
days illness. The late Miss Wheeler who was 48 years old was born in
Marysville and resided there all her life. She was the daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wheeler. She was well known and respected by
all who knew her. A host of friends will regret to learn of her death.
She is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Edward Boyce, with whom she
resided; Mrs. Harry Dennison, of Toronto, and Mrs. Edward Winkler, of
Chicago. Two brothers also survive, they are Joseph Wheeler, of
Milltown, Me., and Frank Wheeler, of Douglas. The funeral will take
place on Saturday afternoon at two o'clock with service at the home of
Miss Wheeler's sister, Mrs. Edward Boyce, by Rev. A. G. Crowe and
interment at the Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.
HAINING -- At Marysville, N. B., October 6th, 1943, Miss Delia G.
Haining, daughter of the late Alexander and Rebecca (Brewer) Haining,
New Maryland, aged 76 years.
Funeral Friday afternoon from home of her cousin, Miss Ella Shaw, 320
Morrison street, Marysville, with service at two o'clock by Rev. A. G.
Crowe and inerment in New Maryland Cemetery.
Died at Marysville.
The death occurred at Marysville this morning of Miss Delia G. Haining
after an illness of 10 days aged 75 years. Miss Haining was born at New
Maryland, a daughter of the late Alexander and Rebecca (Brewer) Haining,
pioneers of New Maryland, and lived there until about six years ago when
she went to Marysville to live with her cousin, Miss Ella Shaw. She was
one of the best known and most highly esteemed women of New Maryland,
the Haining home being known for its hospitality and friendship. She
had many friends who will learn with regret of her death. She is
survived by a number of nieces, nephews and cousins. The funeral will
take place on Friday afternoon from the home of her cousin, Miss Shaw,
320 Morrison street, Marysville, with service at two o'clock by Rev. A.
G. Crowe and interment made in New Maryland Cemetery.
FISHER -- At Fredericton, N. B., December 21st, 1943, William H. Fisher,
aged seventy-seven years.
Funeral tomorrow afternoon from his late home, 658 Union street, with
prayers for the family at two o'clock followed by service in Christ
Church Cathedral by Very Rev. S. C. Gray and interment made in Rural
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