Adigail (Keddy) Jacklin Swan of Parrsboro & Amherst; Willi_ gar relate

From the obit below plus others I've looked at, I'm assuming Frederick
Harold Jacklin was in a previous relationship with issue of a son, Arthur
Jacklin before he married Abbie Keddy.

News & Sentinel, Amherst, Friday, December 20, 1957, pg. #4; Reel #2713,
NSARM, Halifax, N.S.
OBITUARY: Mrs. William Swan
Mrs. William Swan of 16 Dundonald Street passed away very suddenly at her
home Thursday morning, December 19. Her death came as a sudden shock to her
family and many friends. She was 61 years of age. Formerly Abbie Keddy,
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alex Keddy of Parrsboro. She was born in
Parrsboro and has lived in Amherst for over 40 years. She was a member of
the Immanuel Church. She was predeceased by her husband, the late Fred
Jacklin of Amherst on March 1, 1949. She was also predeceased by one
brother, Harry Keddy of Amherst on June 26, 1943. She is survived by her
second husband and by her first marriage one daughter, Pauline (Mrs. Lyman
Smith) of Freetown, P.E.I.; two sons, Kenny of Amherst and Vernon of
Halifax; one step-son, Arthur Jacklin of Vancouver, B.C. and eight
grandchildren. By her second marriage she is survived by four daughters,
Muriel (Mrs. Peter Gray), Mildred (Mrs. Royol Tower), Mrs. Lillian Crossman
and Miss Beulah Swan, all of Amherst; two sisters, Mrs. Bud Winters of
Maccan and Annie Repetto of Parrsboro; three brothers, Ruben Keddy of
Amherst; William and Frank Keddy of Worcester, Mass. The remains are resting
at her late residence, 16 Dundonald Street, from where the funeral service
will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment in Highland Cemetery.

Source: Dave Winter, 12 Sep 2011
Note: Believe four daughters from second marriage to be her step-daughters