Re: Capt. Burpee Rufus Tupper of Scott's Bay / Parrsboro; _ Newcombe r

Hi Dave,

Victoria, B.C. is also digging out of a dump of snow. Quite unusual for

The subject line of this post caught my attention but I don’t see the
relation to the Newcombe family. Maybe I’m blind through all the snow but
could someone spell out the relationship.


From: keysie@...
<> > wrote:

> A related obit from Kathryn:
> Oxford - Stanley Edward ROGERS, 93, died Sunday, December 19, 1983, in
> Hill Hospital. Born in Stellarton, he was a son of the late James and
> (RUSHTON) Rogers. He was a veteran of the First and Second World Wars, a
> member of Knights of Pythias and the Royal Canadian Legion. He was a
> of the United Baptist Church, Oxford, and he worked in lumbering, farming
> insurance. He is survived by six sons, Emerson, Sydney River; Sheldon and
> Douglas, both of Oxford; Nathan, Hannon, Ontario; Prescott, Windsor;
> Kanata, Ontario; two daughters, Audrey (Mrs. Harland AKERMAN), Great
> Emily, (Mrs. Hugh ASHCROFT), Halifax; a brother, Willard, and a sister,
> Blanche (Mrs. Richard EDWARDS); 23 grandchildren and 29
> He was predeceased by his wife, ***the former Juanita TUPPER***; two
> Owen and Clarence, and a sister, Amy. The body is in MacDiarmid's Funeral
> Home, Oxford. Funeral will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, December 22, in
> the United Baptist Church, Oxford, Rev. Dewis Rector officiating, assisted
> Lic. Raeburn McNeil. Burial will be in the Windham Cemetery. [Source: K
> Jeffers 2001-04-29]
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