Re: Funeral - Mrs. George Clarke, nee Thelma Pauline Yorke_ , May 193


Thank you for posting her obit. as I didn't have it.

Strange, there are only 5 children named in her obit; the youngest and 6th
child missing would be Paul Thelmer Clark.

Paul was adopted at an early age by Morley G. Taylor & Grace Arnold Porter
of Parrsboro and his name changed at time of adoption to Paul William
Taylor. Paul was married twice, 1st to June Nedra Winters; 2 children,
Charles and John. 2nd to Sharon Brown, three children, Patrick, Andrew and

Chronicle Herald, Tuesday, October 6, 1987; Reel #6301, PANS, Halifax, N.S.
Taylor, Paul W. - 52, Berwick, died September 30 as the result of a car
accident in Moncton. Born in Parrsboro, he was the son of the late Morley
and Grace (Porter) Taylor. He is survived by his wife, the former Sharon
Brown; one daughter, Angela, Berwick; four sons, Andrew and Patrick, both of
Berwick; John, Vancouver, B.C.; Charles, Peterborough, Ont.; one sister,
Marjorie (Mrs. Donald Ross), Halifax. Grave side committal service will be
Wednesday at 6 p.m. in Parrsboro United Cemetery, Rev. Elaine Palmer

Source: Dave Winter


on 8/21/07 7:01 PM, Kathryn Jeffers at kjeffers@... wrote:


Parrsboro, May 25 - The funeral of the late Mrs. George Clarke whose
death occurred in All Saints Hospital, Springhill on Saturday May 20th,
was held from the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Yorke, Spring
Street, on Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Interment being made in
the Baptist cemetery, Diligent River. The deceased before her marriage
was Thelma Pauline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Yorke and was only 27
years of age. She is survived by her husband and six small children,
the youngest of whom is only three weeks old. The children are Eleanor,
George, John, Roy, and Hugh. She is also survived by her parents, seven
brothers and three sisters. The brothers are Emery of New York, Lorne
of Boston, Harold, Alex, Gardner, Edmund and Joseph at home, and the
sisters are Mrs. Lawrence Armstrong, New York, and Mrs. Jos. Canning and
Frances at home. (From the Amherst Daily News Newspaper, published
Friday, 26 May 1933, page 4.)

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