Re: OBIT - GOODWIN, Silas, 1942

Hi
Can anyone positively connect him to Daniel Goodwin and Sarah Hunt? I
can't.
Dorothy Goodwin Ballard
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From: "E.Rodier" <cerear@...>
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> Subject: [nscumber] OBIT - GOODWIN, Silas, 1942
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> > Anyone know who his parents are and names of his three wives?
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> > OBITUARY
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> > Cadman's Corner, May 30 - The death of Mr. Silas GOODWIN occurred on
> > Tuesday, April 28th, at 4:30 p.m., at the home of his son, Mr. Arthur
> > Goodwin with whom he had resided for the past two months. The late Mr.
> > Goodwin was 76 years of age and had been married three times. His third
> > wife passed away sixteen years ago. Mr. Goodwin is survived by five
> > sons, Arthur T., Little Shemogue, N.B.; Walter W., Debert, N.S.; Abner
> > S., Halifax, N.S.; Merritt, New Scotland, N.B.; Floyd and Fred,
> > Somewhere in England and one daughter, Beatrice, of Fredericton, N.B.;
> > one brother, Wesley, Port Elgin, N.B.; also twenty-one grandchildren and
> > six great-grandchildren. The funeral was held at the home of his son,
> > Arthur, on Thursday afternoon at 3.30 and was conducted by Rev. E.
> > Lockhart. The hymns sung were "The Lord's My Shepherd", "Lead Kindly
> > Light", and a solo "My Mother's Prayers" was rendered by Mr. Connolly.
> > The pallbearers were Arthur and Walter, sons, Charles Brown, John
> > Simpson, Andrew Harvie and Albert Walton. Interment was in the family
> > lot at Fernwood Cemetery, Port Elgin. Those who attended the service
> > from outside points were son Walter, Debert, N.S., Mr. and Mrs. Charles
> > L. Brown and family, East Mapleton, N.S., granddaughter Mae, Cape
> > Tormentine, N.B. and friends from Port Elgin and Chapman's Corner.
> > Other members of the family were unable to be present.
> >
> > From the Sackville Tribune Newspaper, dated Monday, 1 June 1942, page 4.
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