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From: Alta Flynt <>
Subject: [ROOTS-L] Thistle Mission Band Newspaper Clippings-73
Date: Tue, 07 Nov 2000 11:23:45 -0600
Main Surnames: WYLLIE, VAUGHAN, SHERMAN, CHARTERS, SMITH, NICKERSON,
MOORE; Also: NEWCOMBE, MYSHRALL, IRVING, CROWE, TELFORD, LORING, RICE,
MANUEL, EVERETT, MUNRO, DUNLAP, MacLEAN, PENTZ.
(There is no date on this clipping, and the size of the type and spacing
of the lines is different from the other clippings.)
WYLLIE - VAUGHAN.
A pretty home wedding occurred Wednesday evening at the home of the
bride's grandfather, P. M. Studley, Main street, Thomaston. The
contracting parties were Miss Edith A. Wyllie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
T. B. Wyllie and Benjamin Vaughan of Waltham. Mass.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. A. Newcombe, pastor of the
Thomaston Baptist church, in the presence of the relatives and intimate
friends only of the bride and groom. The bride was becomingly gowned in
white and was unattended.
It was expected that Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan would leave on the Pullman
train Wednesday evening for Boston, and with the expectation of giving
them a royal send off about 50 of their young friends gathered at the
station with a generous supply of rice. They were much disappointed in
not finding the bridal pair, who had meanwhile driven to Rockland in a
Mr. Vaughan is an electrician at Waltham, Mass., and the bride is a
well known and popular Thomaston young lady. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan will
make their future home in Waltham, Mass.
(There is no date on this clipping.)
Died in Hospital To-day.
The death occurred in Victoria Public Hospital at an early hour this
morning of H. Blanch Sherman, of Marysville after 12 days illness at the
age of 38 years. Deceased was born in Marysville a son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Sherman and had lived in Marysville all his life. He was
employed in the Canadian Cottons Co. Ltd. Mill for the past 14 years and
had a great many friends who will learn of his death with regret. He is
survived by his widow, a son, Harold; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Sherman, Marysville, four sisters, Mrs. Harry Myshrall, Fredericton;
Mrs. Lewis Irving, Marysville; Misses Beulah and Barbara Sherman, at
home; two brothers, William Sherman, Bristol, Conn., and John Sherman
with the Seaforth Highlanders in England. The funeral will take place
on Thursday afternoon from the home of his father, 21 Allen street with
service at two o'clock by Rev. A. G. Crowe and interment in the Untied
Baptist Cemetery, Marysville.
CHARTERS -- Entered into rest at Fredericton, N. B., April 14th, 1938,
Mrs. Minnie W. Charters, widow of Thomas Charters, aged 70 years.
The funeral will take place on Saturday afternoon from her late home in
Beaverbrook street with service at two o'clock by Rev. George Telford,
M. A., B. D., and interment in Forest Hill Cemetery.
In loving memory of our dear father, Nehemiah Smith, who entered into
rest one year ago today, September 30, 1938.
We often side and think of him when we are all alone,
For memory is the only friend that grief can call its own;
Like ivy on the withered oak, when all other things decay,
Our love for hm will still keep green, and never fade away.
Sadly missed by SONS and DAUGHTERS
(There is no date on this clipping but the announcement of the death of
Philip E. Nickerson on April 17th, 1941 was included in clippings number
Many at Funeral.
At the funeral on Saturday afternoon of the late Philip E. Nickerson
from his home in Marysville a great many people were present and
followed the hearse to McAdam's Funeral Home in Fredericton where the
body rested until time to be placed on the 7.05 train Saturday night for
Orrington, Me., where interment was made yesterday afternoon. There
were a great many floral tributes silent tribute to a man who held the
respect of all who knew him. At the house the service was conducted by
Rev. W. S. Loring, pastor of Marysville United Church, assisted by Rev.
J. M. Rice and Rev. M. H. Manuel, former pastors, Licentiate Thomas
Everett, Rev. W. Fraser Munro of Fredericton, and Rev. F. A. Dunlap,
Marysville. Rev. A. F. MacLean of this city, and Rev. A. G. Pentz of
Devon, represented the Presbytery of Fredericton.
MOORE -- At Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N. B., July 28thy,
1941, Mrs. Beatrics V. Moore, wife of Roy C. Moore of Marysville, aged
Funeral from her late home on Wednesday afternoon with service at the
house at two o'clock by Rev. F. A. Dunlap and interment in United Church
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