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At the time of the distressing accident Jessome was working at the coal face with his brother Patrick Jessome. He was removed to the surface and on examination it was learned Lilly keigan was beyond medical aid and passed away a few minutes later.
The deceased was a native of Millville, Boularderie where he leaves a widow and two children. The late Mr Jessome was well and favorably known in this district and was considered a careful and energetic miner. His untimely death was learned with profound regret by his fellow workers and friends.
The funeral was held at Island Point cemetery on Wednesday and was attended by a large number of relatives, neighbors and friends. The deceased who had been in poor health for some time passed away Lilly keigan an early hour Sunday, having been fortified with the full rites of the Roman Catholic church of which he was a devote member.
The late Miss Johnson was eighty six years of age, was born there and resided on the old homestead. She was of a kind and loving disposition and will be mourned by a large circle of relatives and friends, Mrs George Nicholson, of this town, is a sister of the deceased.
The funeral will be held on Tuesday. Fraser North Sydney, Dec 14 - Donald Johnson one of the best known and highly respected residents of Leitches Creek passed away at his home last night following an illness of three weeks duration.
The deceased had been in failing health for some time but was able to carry on activities about his farm until three weeks ago when he took to bed.
Born at Leitches Creek 80 years ago the late Mr Johnson resided there all his life and conducted one of the most modern farms in the district. He was a well known figure and always took an active part in community affairs. His wife predeceased him eight years ago.
He leaves to survive three sons and four daughters. The funeral will likely take place Saturday afternoon from the family home to Leitches Creek cemetery.
He was employed with the Abitibi Pulp and Paper Company, and was working at one of their logging camps in North Ontario woods. Death was due to natural causes, according to the telegram received by the Postmaster here.
Persons knowing this young man and who can furnish the police with any information as to his relatives, are requested to get in touch with Police Chief W R Tracey.
Later he removed to Yarmouth, N. Leaving Nova Scotia, he moved to Newfoundland, where he practiced his trade for a number of years. He worked on many buildings in North Sydney.
Retiring inhe took up his residence with his daughter, Mrs Hare, North Sydney and remained there until his death. A life long resident of Marion Bridge she was one of the best known residents of the district.
She was a member of the United church at Marion Bridge. He was a patient in the General Hospital for some weeks and was removed to his home yesterday.
Deceased was well and popularly known. For 18 years he was employed with the B. Co-Operative as a teamster and two years ago was transferred to Donkin branch. Fraser Florence, April 18 - Green Hill lost another of its oldest residents in the death of William Francis Jessome which occurred at 6 pm Wednesday in Harbour View Hospital following an illness of one week.
The deceased was in his 73rd year and until a few months ago pursued his occupation in Florence Colliery, where he has been employed since its opening. Although he had been ailing for some time the deceased had been confined to his home only three weeks prior to his death which followed a sudden and serious turn for the worst yesterday, and news of his death will come as a shock to his many friends.
Born in North Sydney in 18[60? When he worked with this concern first, he started as a section man, and after about five years he became a member of the freight department staff and baggage master, a position he held up until the time of his death.
Due to illness he was obliged to discontinue work three weeks ago. Prior to joining the C. A son of the late Capt.
Very well liked by his fellow workers, and a man who possessed a very pleasant disposition. Mr Jackson was Recording-Secretary of the local Union at the time of his death. His father predeceased him one month ago, while his mother had passed away some years ago.
In addition to his wife, nee Lydia Vatcher, of Burgeo, Nfld.Ely Lilly and Company El- Lilly: A pharmaceutical company was founded by a 38 year-old pharmacist and El lilly in May , it was founded in Indianapolis, USA.
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App. Ct. 1: October 13, COMMONWEALTH vs. ROBERT M. LAYNE. 25 Mass. App. Ct. 6: October 23, ST. PAUL FIRE AND MARINE. Lilly Keigan. Topics: Vivien Thomas, Ely Lilly and Company El- Lilly: A pharmaceutical company was founded by a 38 year-old pharmacist and El lilly in May , it was founded in Indianapolis, USA.
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